He has some good songs. Ally McBeal was obsessed with him. And when Kimora Lee and Russell Simmons got married, "Let's Stay Together" was their first dance. I read that in In Style. I've always remembered it because it seemed like an odd choice for a wedding. (They didn't follow that advice.)
His face is so familiar to me. But I think I mostly remember him from The Love Boat. Believe it or not, I am too young to remember Bonanza.
A Bond girl. Very pale and rickety-looking. I think I just know her from Quantum of Solace.
Came out of nowhere to play Alice Cullen in the Twilight series. The hideous wig they put her in makes her look like a very sexy ferret. But in real life, with her real hair, she's quite attractive. I think she is good casting. Better than the other Cullens (except for Edward.)
I still love that guy from when he was Willow's boyfriend Oz on Buffy, before she found her true calling as a lesbian. He put a hilarious spin on every line. I mourned his passing from the show.
The guy's moment has obviously passed. For a while, he was everywhere, and I couldn't understand why--he was unbearable, even in tiny doses. Round about the time he starred in a movie called Freddy Got Fingered and married Drew Barrymore (was she heavily sedated at the time?) he reached his peak. Then the movie became a national joke, his house burned down in the middle of the night, and Drew divorced him. The End.
The go-to guy for stoic Native American portrayals. His IMDB filmography shows little variation in that specialty. I wonder if he's ever played anything totally against type. And if he cares. Also, he shares a name with the famous British novelist. Weird.
The best for last. What is the deal with a guy named "Norman Greenbaum" singing "Spirit in the Sky?" Never been a sinner/Never sinned/I got a friend in Jesus. That is not what a Norman Greenbaum sings. A Norman Greenbaum sings "Dayenu" at the seder. Or "Hava Negila" at a wedding. A Norman Greenbaum lives on the Lower East Side, went to City College, and hangs out at Barney Greengrass, where he feels very strongly about the herring. And, in fact, I finally satisfied a lifelong question with a quick Wikipedia search: yes, he's a practicing Jew. Okay.
Readers? Who did I miss?