He may have been one of the most celebrated and iconic classic film stars of all time, but Charlie Chaplin wasn't winning any awards in the love department. We review his Hollywood matrimonies and their shocking twists.
Bette Davis was born on April 5, 1908. The trailblazing Hollywood icon survived over half a century in show business, multiple marriages, a mastectomy and stroke — but never lost her spit-fire comebacks and tell-it-like-it-is persona.
Seventy-five years ago, Hattie McDaniel made history as the first African American to win an Oscar. From humble beginnings, McDaniel was a born entertainer and her role as “Mammy” in 1939’s 'Gone With The Wind' solidified her as an enduring cinema icon.
The film 'Third Person' opens this weekend, making now the perfect time to check out the offbeat tweets of its star Olivia Wilde. She's candid, she's quirky, and she's real, all in 140 characters or less.
We take a look back at the life of groundbreaking actress and activist Ruby Dee who died yesterday at the age of 91.
For us at Bio.com, May has been a celebration of American West legends—both historical and cinematic. And when it comes to the Hollywood cowboy, Marion Mitchell Morrison—more commonly known as John Wayne—is one of the most widely recognized...