On this date in geeky history…

On this date in geeky history…

#OTD (31 December) in geeky history in 1999: Predators from Neptune opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (31 December) in geeky history: Val Kilmer (Batman Forever), Anthony Hopkins (Westworld), James Remar (Black Lightning), Ben Kingsley (Thunderbirds), Tim Matheson (Jonny Quest), Bebe Neuwirth (Jumanji), Li Gong (The Monkey King 2), Elaine Cassidy (The Others), Steve Byers (Immortals), Claire Lautier (Elf), Barbara Carrera (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Vernon Wells (The Road Warrior), Michael McDonald (Ghostbusters), Jane Badler (V), Chandra West (White Noise), Taylor Hackford (The Devil’s Advocate), Lisa Joyner (Next), John Denver (Oh, God!), Tim Considine (The Shaggy Dog), Theresa Harris (I Walked with a Zombie), Rosalind Cash (The Omega Man), Peter Williams (The Chronicles of Riddick), Edward Bunker (The Running Man), Bronson Pelletier (The Twilight Saga: New Moon), Chris Terrio (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Rex Allen (Charlotte’s Web), Valentina Vargas (Hellraiser: Bloodline), Joe Dallesandro (Blood for Dracula), Adam Rifkin (Chillerama), Susan Wokoma (Crazyhead), Geri Reischl (The Brotherhood of Satan), Victor Raider-Wexler (Minority Report), Amelia Kinkade (Night of the Demons), Bruce Ramsay (Hamlet), Neil Ross (The Transformers), Sean S. Cunningham (Friday the 13th), Mia Cottet (Joan of Arcadia), Rhys Williams (Skullduggery), Frank Gatliff (Doctor Who), Jason Robards Sr. (Zombies on Broadway), Joanna Johnson (The Twilight Zone), Nina Li Chi (A Chinese Ghost Story III), Geoff Meed (Resident Evil: Extinction), David Pevsner (Scrooge & Marley), Kincso Norah Petho (1000: The Sword in the Stone), Richard Hamilton (Men in Black), Brett Porter (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country), Kenny Morrison (The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter), David Froman (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Scott Ian (The Walking Dead), Terry Rhoads (The Day After Tomorrow), Roberto Lombardi (The Cemetery), Orry-Kelly (The Walking Dead), Julian Stone (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Chris Niosi (Tales of Zestiria the X), Maddie Taylor (Open Season), Gabby Douglas (The Vampire Diaries), Glenn Leedy (The Song of the South), Peta Rutter (Power Rangers Mystic Force), Ronnie Del Carmen (Inside Out), Ronald Adam (The Haunting), Psy (Iconoclast), Connie Willis (Doomsday Book), Susan Shwartz (Silk Roads and Shadows), Junot Díaz (The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao), Ellen Datlow (The Best Horror of the Year: Volume One)…

#OTD (30 December) in geeky history in 2016: Infected series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (30 December) in geeky history: Eliza Dushku (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Caity Lotz (Arrow), Lucy Punch (Into the Woods), Tracey Ullman (Into the Woods), Kristin Kreuk (Smallville), Faye Marsay (Game of Thrones), George Newbern (Justice League), Sheryl Lee Ralph (Justice League), Fred Ward (Tremors), Daniel Sunjata (The Dark Knight Rises), Jason Behr (Roswell), LeBron James (Space Jam 2), Meredith Monroe (Iron Man), Russ Tamblyn (The Haunting), Ashley Zukerman (Childhood’s End), Tyrese Gibson (Transformers), Sophie Ward (Book of Blood), Kelli Maroney (Night of the Comet), Jena Sims (Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader), Anna Wood (Chronicle), Catherine Taber (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Chris Vance (Supergirl), Jack Lord (The Invaders), Bennett Miller (A Christmas Carol), Jeanette Nolan (The Fox and the Hound), Davy Jones (The Monkees), Michael Nesmith (The Monkees), C.S. Lee (Chuck), Patricia Kalember (Signs), Betty Aberlin (Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood), Concetta Tomei (Deep Impact), James Burrows (3rd Rock from the Sun), Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger), Glyn Dearman (A Christmas Carol), Ellen Sandweiss (The Evil Dead), Joseph Bologna (Superman), Jack Riley (Spaceballs), Akosua Busia (Brother Future), Andrew Fleming (The Craft), Noley Thornton (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Maureen Flannigan (Out of This World), Xanthan Radley (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Michael Burns (The Bionic Woman), Joel Swetow (Alice in Wonderland), Ellie Goulding (Sesame Street), Laila Ali (Sheena), Dennie Moore (The Perfect Specimen), John Litel (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Josh Sussman (Wizards of Waverly Place), Matt Lauer (Land of the Lost), Tom Keene (Plan Nine from Outer Space), Meredith Viera (The Stepford Wives), Nicolette Pierini (The Evil’s Gate), Bo Diddley (Rockula), Ryan Scheckler (Tooth Fairy), Macon McCalman (Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann), Eddie Mills (Sliders), Nick Principe (Halloween), Zahf Paroo (Altered Carbon),Dean Harris (Blake’s 7), Heidi Fleiss (Alien 51), Bert Parks (The Bionic Woman), Sean CW Johnson (Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue), Rosina Lawrence (A Connecticut Yankee), Marcell Rév (Jupiter’s Moon), Trish Suhr (Charmed), Rudyard Kipling (The Jungle Book), S.P. Somtow (Mallworld), James Kahn (World Enough and Time)…

#OTD (29 December) in geeky history in 1993: Ghost in the Machine opens (at IMDb); in 1969-Gene Roddenberry and Majel Barrett wed (after an unofficial ceremony on August 6)

Born #OTD (29 December) in geeky history: Barbara Steele (Dark Shadows), Jude Law (Captain Marvel), Alison Brie (BoJack Horseman), Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Ross Lynch (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Charlotte Riley (Edge of Tomorrow), Jon Voight (Transformers), Ted Danson (The Good Place), Jane Levy (Evil Dead), Patricia Clarkson (The Green Mile), Patrick Fischler (Undergods), Tori Anderson (Killjoys), Jennifer Ehle (RoboCop), Dylan Minnette (Let Me In), Lilly Wachowski (The Matrix), Michael Cudlitz (The Walking Dead), Mary Tyler Moore (How the Toys Saved Christmas), Danny McBride (The Angry Birds Movie), Bernard Cribbins (Doctor Who), Leonar Varela (Blade II), Paris Berelc (Mighty Med), Shawn Hatosy (The Faculty), Mekhi Phifer (Frequency), Kevin Weisman (Runaways), Iain De Caestecker (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Brady Smith (Ghost Whisperer), Maria Dizzia (Fringe), Ennis Esmer (Dark Matter), Viveca Lindfors (Stargate), Robert Hyatt (Alien Seed), Dina Merrill (Batman), Barry Atsma (Miffy the Movie), Ali Hillis (Regular Show), John Newton (Superboy), Jon Polito (The Crow), Charlayne Woodard (Unbreakable), Jo Van Fleet (Cinderella), Joseph Mayer (Heaven Can Wait), Jason-Shane Scott (The Sandman), Ok-bin Kim (Thirst), Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick (The Omen), Marianne Faithfull (Ghost Story), Ed Flanders (Salem’s Lot), Paula Poundstone (Hyperspace), Kimberly Russell (The Princess and the Frog), Sean Stone (Paranormal Activity Security Squad), Sandra Nelson (Star Trek: Voyager), Gelsey Kirkland (The Nutcracker), Inga Swenson (Earth II), Oliver Hirschbiegel (The Invasion), Janice Man (The Midnight After), Claire Dodd (The Mad Doctor of Market Street), Joey House (The Last Man on Planet Earth), Sarah Colonna (Invasion), Yvonne Elliman (Jesus Christ Superstar), Mark Gruner (Fantastic Planet), Emory Parnell (The Rocket Man), Robert Wightman (Airwolf), Matt Murphy (The Ray Bradbury Theatre), Jason Hopkins (Tremors 3: Back to Perfection), Brooke Frost (The Lady Is a Doll), Dexter Holland (The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time), Vito D’Ambrosio (The Flash), Julian Bleach (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Barbara Read (The Shadow Returns), Ashleigh Banfield (Rise of the Damned), George Marshall (Scared Stiff), Ingrid Torrance (The 4400), Mike Nussbaum (Men in Black), Katie Sheridan (Genie in the House), Sebastien Roberts (Hellraiser: Revelations), Caroline Tudor (Mortal Kombat: Legacy), Susie Garrett (Wicked Stepmother), Philip Ridley (Heartless), Deanna Brigidi (Jumper), Ray DeLaurentis (The Fairly OddParents), Freda Jackson (Clash of the Titans), Alexander Goodwin (Mimic), Paul Rudnick (The Stepford Wives), Alan David (Doctor Who), Otis Harlan (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Charles L. Harness (The Ring of Ritornel)…

#OTD (28 December) in geeky history in 1963: To Beep or Not to Beep (Wile E. Coyote) opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (28 December) in geeky history: Nichelle Nichols (Star Trek: The Original Series), Denzel Washington (The Book of Eli), Noomi Rapace (What Happened to Monday), Maggie Smith (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Stan Lee (Spider-Man), Sienna Miller (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra), Joe Manganiello (True Blood), Elaine Hendrix (Joan of Arcadia), Alex Dimitriades (Ghost Ship), Vanessa Ferlito (Death Proof), Beau Garrett (Tron: Legacy), Jessie Buckley (The Tempest), Hannah Tointon (The Children), Thomas Dekker (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Brendan Hines (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Mackenzie Rosman (Ghost Shark), André Holland (A Wrinkle in Time), Madison De La Garza (Muertoons), Chad McQueen (V), John Legend (Crow: The Legend), Martin Milner (13 Ghosts), Bree Williamson (Dallas & Robo), Lew Ayres (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Andrew Duggan (It Lives Again), Seth Meyers (The Awesomes), Hildegard Knef (Warum die UFOs unseren Salat klauen), Terri Garber (Snakehead Swamp), Michael Spears (Z Nation), Adam Gregory (Winx Club), Shawn Harrison (Legion of Super Heroes), F.W. Murnau (Nosferatu), Jan Bijvoet (Undergods), Frank Kelly (Rat), Taryn Terrell (Jurassic World), Randle Mell (The Postman), Kim Chan (The Fifth Element), Gayle King (The Manchurian Candidate), Barbara Dana (Sesame Street), Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace (Dead Set), Kara Flowers (Passengers), Billy Chaplin (Tobor the Great), Andrew Jenkins (Once Upon a Time), William Bassett (Creator), Stephen Frost (Doctor Who), Lou Jacobi (Amazon Women on the Moon), Malcolm Gets (Incredi-Girl), Cindy Harrell (The Twilight Zone), Pamela Duncan (Attack of the Crab Monsters), Hilton McRae (Macbeth), Ben Ryan Ganger (Ed Wood), Tony Fields (Trick or Treat), Phil Abrams (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Bob Holt (Wizards), Fay Hauser (The Hot Chick), Brenda Grate (Tarzan II), Greg Coolidge (The Troop), Tannis Vallely (Total Recall), Charles Maxwell (Star Trek: The Original Series), Edgar Vivar (El Chapulín Colorado), Henry Rowland (Captain Midnight), Begoña Palacios (El vampiro sangriento), Bruce Yarnell (My Brother, the Angel), Ron Krauss (Alien Hunter), George Zebrowski (Stranger Suns)…

#OTD (27 December) in geeky history in 2013: Journey of the Cartoon Man opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (27 December) in geeky history: Aharon Ipalé (The Mummy), Olivia Cooke (Ready Player One), Hera Hilmar (Mortal Engines), Timothée Chalamet (Dune), Emilie de Ravin (Lost), Sarah Vowell (The Incredibles), Gaspar Noé (Enter the Void), Salman Khan (Hanuman Da’ Damdaar), Chloe Bridges (Skate God), Gérard Depardieu (Glenn, the Flying Robot), Sitara Hewitt (Lost Girl), John Amos (Hauntsville), Eva LaRue (RoboCop 3), Lily Cole (Doctor Who), Bill Goldberg (The Flash), Elizabeth Rodriguez (Logan), Charles Band (Trancers), Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator), Aaron Stanford (12 Monkeys), Lisa Jakub (Independence Day), Masi Oka (Heroes), Heather O’Rourke (Poltergeist), Wilson Cruz (Star Trek: Discovery), Tova Felshuh (Lady in the Water), Jessica Harmon (The 100), Thomas Wilson Brown (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), Chyna (3rd Rock from the Sun), Jean Hale (Batman), Jae Head (Hancock), Theresa Randle (Spawn), Harry Goaz (Twin Peaks), Maryam D’Abo (Something Is Out There), Sydney Greenstreet (Between Two Worlds), Sinead Keenan (Doctor Who), Ian Gomez (Supergirl), Gennie James (The Hugga Bunch), Marek Oravec (Captain America: The First Avenger), Victoria Paige Meyerink (Time Travelers), Carlos Cuevas (The Ministry of Time), Alex Skuby (Transformers Universe), Lanette Ware (Supernatural)…

#OTD (26 December) in geeky history in 1973: The Exorcist opens

Born #OTD (26 December) in geeky history: Donald Moffatt (The Thing), Kit Harrington (Game of Thrones), Temuera Morrison (Aquaman), Jared Leto (Suicide Squad), Georgia Hirst (Ravers), Beth Behrs (Monsters University), Eden Sher (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Danielle Cormack (Xena: Warrior Princess), John Lynch (Merlin), David Lowery (Pete’s Dragon), Richard Widmark (To the Devil a Daughter), Samantha Boscarino (Wizards of Waverly Place), Kathleen Crowley (Target Earth), Weston Cage Coppola (Raven), Joshua John Miller (Near Dark), Elisha Cook Jr. (Star Trek: The Original Series), Sandra Taylor (Paranormal Movie), Tahnee Welch (Cocoon), Bill Lawrence (Clone High), Tiffany Brissette (Small Wonder), Roxanne Pallett (Devil’s Tower), Nikolai Nikolaeff (Daredevil), Zach Mills (Super 8), Shun Oguri (Harlock: Space Pirate), Steve Allen (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Alan King (Cat’s Eye), Steve Bisley (Mad Max), Lars Ulrich (Dave the Barbarian), Jacqueline Steiger (Matilda), Tricia Leigh Fisher (No Ordinary Family), Caroll Spinney (Sesame Street), Victoria Racimo (Prophecy), David Sedaris (BoJack Horseman), Phil Spector (I Dream of Jeannie), Joyce Jillson (Kolchak: the Night Stalker), Don Barclay (Mary Poppins), Graham Shiels (Guardians of the Galaxy), Chuck Hicks (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Hunter Carson (Invaders from Mars), Vladimir Sokoloff (The Twilight Zone), Shirley Patterson (Batman), Byron Howard (Zootopia), Fred Schepisi (Iceman), Brad Swaile (Death Note), Trina Parks (Immortal Kiss), Marguerite Churchill (The Walking Dead), Steve Le Marquand (The Sea Princesses), Eugene Khumbanyiwa (District 9), Alberto Morin (The Green Hornet), Reichen Lehmkuhl (The Scorned), Denis Quilley (Timeslip), Marcus Lyle Brown (The Host), Tony Rosato (Scaredy Squirrel), Robert V. Barron (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Kristina Kell (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Sean Sullivan (2001: A Space Odyssey), Jon Kilik (The Hunger Games), Akihiko Hirata (Gojira), Keri Maletto (Midnight, Texas), David Sedaris (Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary)…

#OTD (25 December) in geeky history in 1980: Altered States opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (25 December) in geeky history: Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone), Perdita Weeks (Penny Dreadful), Sissy Spacek (Carrie), Humphrey Bogart (The Return of Dr. X), Rachel Keller (Legion), Seyned Saleh (Mute), CCH Pounder (Avatar), Noelle Parker (Ernest Saves Christmas), Gary Sandy (Troll), Dick Miller (The Little Shop of Horrors), Moneca Delain (Smallville), Stuart Wilson (Perfect Creature), Jillie Mack (Tales from the Darkside), Georgia Moffett (Doctor Who), Edward Burnham (Doctor Who), Dean Cameron (Deep Core), Patrick Baladi (No Heroics), Mabel King (The Wiz), Annie Lennox (1984), Mike Mazurki (It’s About Time), Barton MacLane (I Dream of Jeannie), Eugenia Kuzmina (True Blood), Hal Scardino (The Indian in the Cupboard), Twink Caplan (Look Who’s Talking Too), Dylan Vox (Dead 7), Barbara Mandrell (Touched by an Angel), Jessica Origliasso (Cybergirl), Michael D. Roberts (Dark Shadows), Frank Ferguson (Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein), John Ashley (The Twilight People), Cab Calloway (The Littlest Angel), Paul Wilson (Star Trek: Voyager), Ewen McIntosh (The Lobster), John Capodice (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective), Jimmy Buffett (Repo Man), Royce D. Applegate (Splash), Tony Martin (Ali Baba Goes to Town), Cameron Ocasio (Child Eater), Nicholas Hope (Scooby-Doo), Rob Mariano (SCI FI Investigates), Klea Scott (Minority Report), Katie Wright (A.I. Artificial Intelligence), Eric Dean (Office of the Dead), Bridgetta Tomarchio (Zombthology), Candy Candido (Peter Pan), Patrick Brennan (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Joe Urla (Deep Impact), Jeff Upton (Stargate SG-1), Irish McCalla (She Demons), Cheryl Chase (Rugrats), Kenny Everett (Captain Kremmen), Ron Bottitta (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), J. Edward Bromberg (Pillow of Death), Oscar Polk (Cabin in the Sky), Terrence O’Hara (Heroes), Murphy Guyer (Batman: The Telltale Series), John Verros (One Step Beyond),Larry Csonka (The Six Million Dollar Man)…

#OTD (24 December) in geeky history in 1968: The Love Bug opens in limited release in the USA (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (24 December) in geeky history: Nicholas Meyer (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Ben Guerens (Legacies), Michael Raymond-Jones (Once Upon a Time), Ava Gardner (One Touch of Venus), Sofia Black-D’Elia (Project Almanac), Diedrich Bader (Batman: The Brave and the Bold), Clarence Gilyard Jr. (Left Behind: The Movie), Amaury Nolasco (Transformers), Abigail Klein (Transformers: Age of Extinction), Wade Williams (The Dark Knight Rises), Edwidge Fenech (Dottor Jekyll e gentile signora), Gavin O’Connor (The Green Hornet), Austin Stowell (Colossal), Ana Brenda Contreras (Blue Demon), Mark Valley (Fringe), Sharon Farrell (Night of the Comet), Grand L. Bush (The Visitor), Michael Curtiz (The Walking Dead), Julius Tennon (Small Soldiers), Matt Passmore (Son of the Mask), Timothy Carhart (The X-Files), Jeremy Davidson (Gotham), Caroline Aherne (Strange Hill High), Ryan Seacrest (Shrek Forever After), Robert Ridgely (Uncle Croc’s Block), Lynn Chen (Fear the Walking Dead), Michael Billington (UFO), Ruth Chatterton (Hamlet), Jill Bennett (The Skull), Carmen Moore (Flash Gordon), Janet Carroll (The Omega Code), Keith Silverstein (Ghost in the Shell), Sean Cameron Mitchell (The Mummy), Satomi Ishihara (Shin Godzilla), Steve Smith (Space Ghost Coast to Coast), Perry Lang (Dark Skies), Camille Balsamo (Parasitic), Lemmy (Return to Nuke ‘Em High Volume 1), Louis Tomlinson (Family Guy), Jesús Ochoa (El Santos vs la Tetona Mendoza), Christiane Schmidtmer (Wonder Woman), Nick Love (Monsters), Breck Eisner (The Crazies), Scott Spiegel (The Evil Dead), Randy J. Goodwin (The Vampire Diaries), David Arkin (Popeye), Will Oldham (Animals.), Stephanie Hodge (Evolution), Mark Millar (Kick-Ass), Norman Rossington (Digby: The Biggest Dog in the World), Ricky Grover (Zapped), Kate Danson (Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog), Randy Crenshaw (The Nightmare Before Christmas), Mickey Knox (Cemetery Man), Kate McInich (Space Cases), Carol Haney (Wonder Man), Lem Dobbs (Dark City), Vincent Caso (The Guild), Tetsuya Kakihara (Fairy Tale), Valerie Rush (The Ghosts of Motley Hall), Franz Waxman (Bride of Frankenstein), Helen Brown (The Twilight Zone), Stephenie Meyer (Twilight), Fritz Leiber (Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser), Johnny Gruelle (Raggedy Ann), Eric Van Lustbader (The Ring of Five Dragons)…

#OTD (23 December) in geeky history in 2016: Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia debuts (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (23 December) in geeky history: Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things), Alison Sudol (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Josh Cowdery (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Estella Warren (Planet of the Apes), Corey Haim (The Lost Boys), Joan Severance (Black Scorpion), Cheryl Howard (Splash), Noël Wells (Wander Over Yonder), Jess Harnell (Transformers), Frederic Forrest (It Lives Again), Spencer Daniels (Star Trek), Harry Shearer (This Is Spinal Tap), Nick Moran (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1), Susan Lucci (That’s So Raven), Summer Altice (The Scorpion King), James Stacy (Something Wicked This Way Comes), James Gregory (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Elizabeth Hartman (The Secret of NIMH), Harry Guardino (Wonder Woman), Eddie Vedder (Twin Peaks), Anna Maria Perez de Tagle (Charmed), Ronnie Schell (G-Force), Holly Madison (Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!), Judy Strangis (Electra Woman and Dyna Girl), Stefan Arngrim (Land of the Giants), Dan Shea (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Reed Alexander (The Northlander), Shelley Malil (Holes), Carla Bruni (Midnight in Paris), Antole Taubman (Captain America: The First Avenger), Charles Herbert (13 Ghosts), Maurice Denham (Curse of the Demon), Kumar Pallana (Another Earth), Jennifer Van Dyck (Fringe), Daryl Wein (The Hebrew Hammer), Peter Medak (Space: 1999), John Cromwell (The Enchanted Cottage), Nej Adamson (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest), Gerald S. O’Loughlin (Automan), Mark Wheeler (Automan), Alan North (Highlander), Christian Potenza (Sidekick), Barbara Ruick (Cinderella), Jennifer Hoffman (Dummie de Mummie), Martha Byrne (Anna to the Infinite Power), Fredi Washington (Ouanga), John Callahan (Dinocroc vs. Supergator), Ike Jones (Teenage Zombies), Noel Thurman (Dorothy and the Witches of Oz), Eric Blore (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mister Toad), Noel Purcell (The 3 Worlds of Gulliver), Jean Brooks (The Seventh Victim), Adnan Haskovic (Snowpiercer), Leonard Stern (Get Smart), Carole Costello (Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy), Holly Dale (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Jim Harbaugh (The Adventures of Brisco Country, Jr.), Ryan Locke (The Gingerdead Man), Victor Izay (Blood Orgy of the She-Devils), Paul Kratka (Friday the 13th Part III), Devin Lytle (A Very Potter Musical), Luke Matheny (Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street), David Doremus (Nanny and the Professor), Trisha Goddard (Shaun of the Dead), Jon Donahue (Cloud Atlas), Joel McDonald (Space Dandy), The Naked Cowboy (Pacific Mermaid), Anne O’Neal (The Twilight Zone), Fred Aldrich (Earth vs. the Flying Saucers)…

#OTD (22 December) in geeky history in 2000: Dracula 2000 opens

Born #OTD (22 December) in geeky history: David S. Goyer (Blade), Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers), Ralph Fiennes (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Neel Seethi (The Jungle Book), Chris Carmack (Alpha and Omega), Genevieve Hannelius (Future-Worm), Hector Elizondo (Elena of Avalor), Shioli Kutsuna (Deadpool 2), Gregor Fisher (1984), Vanessa Paradis (A Monster in Paris), Lenny von Dohlen (Twin Peaks), Thunderbird Dinwiddie (The Walking Dead), Greg Finley (The Flash), Ruth Roman (The Outer Limits), Joe Dinicol (Diary of the Dead), Peggie Castle (Invasion, U.S.A.), Deborah Twiss (Kick-Ass), Barbara Billingsley (Muppet Babies), Logan Huffman (V), BernNadette Stanis (Black Jesus), Lynne Thigpen (Bicentennial Man), Jordin Sparks (Left Behind), Heather Donahue (The Blair Witch Project), Gene Rayburn (Fantasy Island), Jean-Baptiste Maunier (Merlin), Graham Beckel (Battlestar Galactica), Gianna Simone (Star Trek Into Darkness), Meghan Trainor (Smurfs: The Lost Village), Nicholas Hormann (The Hand), Sergi López (Pan’s Labyrinth), Jay Brazeau (Watchmen), Dodie Marshall (My Favorite Martian), Hugh Quarshie (Highlander), Omar J. Dorsey (Race to Witch Mountain), Darri Ingolfsson (The Originals), Iván Kamarás (Hellboy II: The Golden Army), Maria Erwolter (The Ritual), Patricia Hayes (Willow), Aliana Lohan (Mostly Ghostly), Victoria Alonso (Iron Man), Frankie Darro (The Phantom Empire), Maurice Gibb (The Supernaturals), Pat Mastroianni (Godzilla), Peggy Ashcroft (The Tempest), Freddie Francis (Trog), Ted Monte (Abner, the Invisible Dog), Ashton Mojo (The Hunger Games), Minor Watson (The Monster and the Girl), Brandi Cunningham (Evil Bong), Franc Luz (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Wolf Larson (Tarzán), Elle Travis (Dead Air), Dan Stanton (Terminator 2: Judgement Day), Don Stanton (Terminator 2: Judgement Day), Michael Berry Jr. (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Emil Sitka (The Three Stooges in Orbit), Mike B. Brooks (Waterworld), Tony Scotti (The Resurrected), Noel Howlett (Five Million Years to Earth), Peter Helm (The Andromeda Strain), Matthew J. Kok (2030 C.E.), Alan Carney (The Absent Minded Professor), Bunny Levine (Slime City), David Heavener (Ghost Aliens), Remy Thorne (Rubber), Marcy Hanson (The Girl, the Gold Watch & Dynamite), MacIntyre Dixon (Popeye), Pierre Brasseur (The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird), Charles de Lint (Moonheart), Brian Daley (Requiem for a Ruler of Worlds)…

#OTD (21 December) in geeky history in 1979: The Black Hole opens (at IMDb

Born #OTD (21 December) in geeky history: Jane Fonda (Barbarella), Samuel L. Jackson (The Avengers), Kiefer Sutherland (The Lost Boys), Steven Yuen (The Walking Dead), Tom Payne (The Walking Dead), Fabiana Udenio (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery), Michelle Hurd (Daredevil), Tuva Novotny (Annihilation), Tom Sturridge (FairyTale: A True Story), Julie Delpy (An American Werewolf in Paris), Ray Romano (Ice Age), Jane Kaczmarek (Pleasantville), Andy Dick (Inspector Gadget), Dennis Boutsikaris (They Crawl), Rutina Wesley (True Blood), Jack Noseworthy (Surrogates), Eve Mauro (Land of the Lost), Josh Mostel (The Brother from Another Planet), Jack Nance (Dune), Ed Nelson (The Girl, The Gold Watch & Everything), Khrystyne Haje (The Zeta Project), Lisa Gerritsen (Locusts), Danielle von Zerneck (My Science Project), Karri Turner (Get Smart), Paul Winchell (Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too), Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine (Men in Black II), Barry Gordon (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle), Michael Horse (Twin Peaks), Cynthia Murell (Sand), Steven Mnuchin (Mad Max: Fury Road), Glenn Fitzgerald (The Sixth Sense), Jared Martin (War of the Worlds), Daniel Brocklebank (Merlin), Frank Zappa (The Ren & Stimpy Show), John Quayle (Fishtales), John Erick Dowdle (Devil), AJ Bowen (The Signal), Jeffrey Katzenberg (Shrek), Joe Mantell (The Birds), Devon Ericson (Night of the Comet), Rudy Scolari (Star Trek: The Original Series), Spike Spencer (League of Legends), Nicola Cowper (Transmutations), Guy Wilkerson (Captain Midnight), Rachel Sutherland (Lost Girl), Chris Luck (The Legend of Tarzan), Skye Aubrey (Superboy), Grant Richards (The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake), Jane How (Doctor Who), Martin Bayfield (Wrath of the Titans)…

#OTD (20 December) in geeky history in 1983: the Search for the VHO episode of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe debuts at IMDb

Born #OTD (20 December) in geeky history: Joel Gretsch (V), Nicole de Boer (The Dead Zone), Jonah Hill (The Lego Batman movie), Jenny Agutter (Logan’s Run), Bob Morley (The 100), Dennis Morgan (The Return of Doctor X), Pamela Austin (The Twilight Zone), John Spencer (WarGames), Colin Woodell (The Originals), Joe Cornish (Attack the Block), Joyce Hyser (The Flash), JoJo (Aquamarine), Ramon Rodriguez (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Alexandre Willaume (Tomb Raider), John Hillerman (Audrey Rose), Jillian Rose Reed (Age of Dinosaurs), Kathryn Joosten (Bedtime Stories), Blanche Baker (Deep in the Darkness), Irene Dunn (It Grows on Trees), Dick Wolf (Mann & Machine), Lucy Pinder (Strippers vs. Werewolves), Audrey Totter (Science Fiction Theatre), Allan Hyde (True Blood), Iqbal Theba (Voltron), George Roy Hill (Slaughterhouse-Five), Claudia Jennings (Deathsport), Jacqueline Pearce (Blake’s 7), Robert Cavanah (Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life), Sloane Momsen (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Tim Bevan (The Little Mermaid), Hunter Gomez (The Little Mermaid), Angel Tompkins (Knight Rider), Mala Powers (The Colossus of New York), Ilean Almaguer (Counterpart), Jimmie F. Skaggs (Puppet Master), Albert Dekker (Dr. Cyclops), Charley Grapewin (The Wizard of Oz), Rachel Ramras (The Looney Tunes Show), Jason McKinnon (Night at the Museum), Eduardo Sánchez (The Blair Witch Project), Vanya Asher (Eureka), John “Bud” Cardos (The Dark), Neil Giuntoli (Child’s Play), Tommy Savas (The Last Ship), Callie Croughwell (Iron Man), Peter Criss (Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park), Jillian Grace (Epic Movie), Corrie Clark (The Outer Limits), Charlie Callas (Legends of the Superheroes), Tom Gries (Batman), Julie Stevens (The Avengers), Tommy Cole (The Pee Wee Herman Show), Howard Berger (The Walking Dead), Ernest Morrison (Spooks Run Wild), Sara Magdalin (Matilda), Nicole Murray (The Day of the Triffids), David Alford (Existo), Momona Komagata (Continuum), Jacob Johnston (Avengers: Infinity War), Zoe Warner (Blizzard), Edwin Abbott (Flatland)…

#OTD (19 December) in geeky history in 2001: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring opens at IMDb

Born #OTD (19 December) in geeky history: Kristy Swanson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Jake Gyllenhaal (Spider-Man: Far From Home), Alyssa Milano (Charmed), Jennifer Beals (The Bride), Marla Sokoloff (Bionicle: The Legend Reborn), Hermione Corfield (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Til Schweiger (Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life), Amy Locane (Legend of the Mummy), Jessica Steen (Armageddon), Ken Marino (iZombie), Robert Urich (The Ice Pirates), Tim Reid (It), Scott Cohen (The 10th Kingdom), Libe Barer (Colony), Paul Rhys (Being Human), Robert McNaughton (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Tara Summers (Lucifer), Joshua Bitton (Lucifer), Elaine Joyce (Trick or Treat), Béatrice Dalle (Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space), Rosa Blasi (The Grudge), James Booth (The Breed), Gordon Jackson (The Medusa Touch), Jill Talley (SpongeBob SquarePants), Ralph Richardson (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes), Mike Lookinland (The Brady Kids), Nancy Kyes (Halloween), Lauren Sanchez (The Day After Tomorrow), Richard Hammond (Phineas and Ferb), Blake Lindsley (Starship Troopers), Claire Cox (Eragon), Paul Brinegar (The Creature Wasn’t Nice), Jack Fisk (The Invasion), David Reale (Beyblade), Sam Kelly (Nanny McPhee Returns), Irina Voronina (Lazer Team), Miles Bakshi (Shrek Forever After), Marlene Clark (The Beast Must Die), Peter Mann (Frankenstein Conquers the World), Charles Picerni (Demolition Man), Natalia de Molina (Rendezvous), Gary Fleder (Impostor), Graham King (Hugo), Igor Djordjevic (Hamlet), Michael Milhoan (Field of Dreams), Luke Cook (The Librarians), John Gulager (Feast), Robert B. Sherman (The Jungle Book), Matthew Waterhouse (Doctor Who), Rita Taggart (Inspector Gadget), Linda Woolverton (Maleficent), Albert Moses (An American Werewolf in London), Patricia Vonne (Spy Kids), Rufus (The City of Lost Children), Robert Kino (Night of the Creeps), Reiko Sato (Sûpâ jaiantsu – Kaiseijin no majô), Laurie MacDonald (Men in Black), Roy Ward Baker (Asylum), Frank Zagarino (Orion’s Key), Anastasiya Vertinskaya (Hamlet), Jon St. John (Duke Nukem 3D), Brandon Sanderson (Mistborn)…

#OTD (18 December) in geeky history in 1985: Brazil opens at IMDb

Born #OTD (18 December) in geeky history: Brad Pitt (Twelve Monkeys), Emily Atack (Zombie Spring Spreakers), Steven Spielberg (Jurassic Park), Ray Liotta (Field of Dreams), Jason Mantzoukas (The Lego Batman Movie), Ashley Benson (Pixels), Katie Holmes (Batman Begins), Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers), Emily Swallow (Castlevania), Josh Dallas (Thor), Rachel Griffiths (The Osiris Child), Bridgit Mendler (Wizards of Waverly Place), Christina Aguilera (The Emoji Movie), Cicely Tyson (Ms. Scrooge), Jeff Kober (The Walking Dead), Shawn Christian (Birds of Prey), Sia (Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?), Larry D. Mann (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer), Gladys Cooper (The Twilight Zone), Victoria Platt (Mutant X), Koyuki (Blood: The Last Vampire), Candice Rialson (Chatterbox!), Anna Walton (Hellboy II: The Golden Diary), Roger Smith (Man of a Thousand Faces), Robson Green (Being Human), Sion Sono (Tokyo Vampire Hotel), Keith Richards (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Kari Byron (The Orville), Roger E. Mosley (RoboCop), Lucy Deakins (The Boy Who Could Fly), DMX (The Bleeding), Ossie Davis (Bubba Ho-Tep), Lynn Bari (Science Fiction Theatre), Nina Wadia (Doctor Who), Leila Arcieri (Mammoth), Baron Vaughn (Mystery Science Fiction Theater 3000: The Return), Peggy Cummins (Night of the Demon), T.K. Carter (The Thing), Sarina Taylor (The Necromancer), Alex Sgambati (Sleepy Hollow), Natalie Gal (Life on Mars), Ravi Patel (Transformers), Billie Eilish (X-Men: Apocalypse), Ania Sowinski (Urban Gothic), Alan Rudolph (Nightmare Circus), Julian Arahanga (The Matrix), Diane Disney (The Pixar Story), Allan Keyser (Night of the Creeps), Jules Dassin (The Canterville Ghost), Bill Zuckert (Star Trek: The Original Series), Amy Grabow (Supernatural), Rob Van Dam (3-Headed Shark Attack), Joni Flynn (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Melanie Kinnaman (Friday the 13th: A New Beginning), Kirsty Strain (Outlander), Yûki Furukawa (Erased), Marne Maitland (The Reptile), Krizia Bajos (The Walking Dead: Michonne), Tiffany Mulheran (Lesbian Vampire Killers), Erin Simms (Fringe), Rosemary Leach (The Tomorrow People), James Sie (Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny), Leonard Maltin (Gremlins 2: The New Batch), Nicole Hansen (American Cyborg: Steel Warrior), Rah Digga (Thir13en Ghosts), James Payton (The Shadow of Bigfoot), Susan Sackett (Letters to Star Trek), Michael Moorcock (Elric of Melniboné), Alfred Bester (The Demolished Man)…

#OTD (17 December) in geeky history in 1982: The Dark Crystal opens at IMDb

Born #OTD (17 December) in geeky history: Milla Jovovich (The Fifth Element), Katheryn Winnick (The Dark Tower), Bill Pullman (Independence Day), Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story), Claire Forlani (Meet Joe Black), Peter Farrelly (Osmosis Jones), Giovanni Ribisi (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow), Kiersey Clemons (Flashpoint), Daniel Tay (Elf), Laurie Holden (The Walking Dead), Eugene Levy (Finding Dory), Shannon Woodward (Westworld), Rian Johnson (Looper), Ernie Hudson (Ghost Busters), Nat Wolff (Death Note), Wes Studi (Mystery Men), Bernard Hill (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Ian Petrella (Once a Hero), Eric Brown (Waxwork), Sean Patrick Thomas (Halloween: Resurrection), Marissa Ribisi (Pleasantville), Emma Bell (The Walking Dead), Jayne Eastwood (Dawn of the Dead), Juliet Aubrey (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Richard Long (House on Haunted Hill), Leah Lail (Little Nicky), Aqueela Zoll (Dances with Werewolves), Steve Zissis (Her), Richard Young (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Kate Hewlett (Stargate: Atlantis), George Lindsay (The Aristocats), Chuck Liddell (Blade: The Series), Gregg Araki (Kaboom), Barry Livingston (The Orville), Ashley Edner (Star Trek: Beyond), Tyler Young (Polaroid), Christopher Cazenove (Charmed), Samuel Hadida (Criminal), Douglas Tait (Hellboy), Duff Goldman (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Dave Madden (Charlotte’s Web), Owen Brenman (Woof!), Joel Brooks (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Jamie Tisdale (The Leftovers), Sally Menke (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Thomas Law (The World’s End), Marilyn Hassett (The Six Million Dollar Man), Desmond Askew (Roswell), Jordan Garrett (Journeyman), Mark Wystrach (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight), Veronica Lauren (Forever Young), Denise Cheshire (Men in Black II), Joan Woodbury (The Time Travelers), Matthew Harrison (Watchmen), Gina DeVivo (Callisto 6), House Jameson (Dark Shadows), Ian Fried (The Secret of NIMH), Marilyn Eastman (Night of the Living Dead), Brittany Gray (Lost Girl), Novella Nelson (Devil’s Advocate), Leander Suleiman (Powers), Jessica Gee-George (The Land Before Time), Hattie Hayridge (Red Dwarf), Ian Kelsey (The Dark Channel), Richard Ng (Future Cops), Roger Casamajor (Pan’s Labyrinth), Clive Robertson (Starhunter), Eui-sung Kim (Train to Busan), David Butler (Just Imagine), Jacqueline Hill (Doctor Who), Jack L. Chalker (Midnight at the Well of Souls)…

#OTD (16 December) in geeky history in 1938: A Christmas Carol opens

Born #OTD (16 December) in geeky history: Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones), Miranda Otto (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Shane Black (The Monster Squad), Theo James (Divergent), Anna Popplewell (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Stephan James (My Babysitters’ a Vampire), Jonathan Scarfe (Van Helsing), Benjamin Bratt (Coco), Xander Berkeley (Gattaca), Jon Tenney (Legion), James Mangold (Logan), Liv Ullmann (Lost Horizon), Peter Dante (Strange Wilderness), Jyoti Amge (American Horror Story), Joyce Bullifant (Weird Science), J.B. Smoove (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Sam Robards (A.I. Artificial Intelligence), Alison La Placa (Voyage of the Rock and Roll Aliens), Ben Cross (Star Trek), Billy Gibbons (Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme), Melanie Smith (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Joe Absolom (Frighteners), Daniel Cosgrove (All Souls), Terence Knox (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Larry Poindexter (Blade: The Series), Stephanie Pearson (Insidious: Chapter 2), Terry Carter (Battlestar Galactica), Patti Deutsch (The Emperor’s New Groove), Christopher Biggins (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Axle Whitehead (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Allan Graf (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Steven Bochco (Capitol Critters), Paul Vogt (The Orville), Happy Jankell (Real Humans), Scott Bailey (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight), Earl Poitier (Roswell), Olive Gray (Year Million), Justin Mentell (G-Force), Peter Van Norden (The Stand), Bill Hicks (The Counts of the Netherworld), Tom Stern (RoboCop), Jeff Kanew (Cursed), Christina Cabot (The Incredible Hulk), Nicholas Courtney  (Doctor Who), Tony Christian (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Stuart Rudin (Stake Land), Angela Bloomfield (The Frighteners), Valerie Chow (The Vampire Combat), Arnie Pantoja (Red Shirts), Marian Waldman (The Starlost), LaChanze (Hercules), Eugene Robert Glazer (Scanner Cop II), Katie Leigh (Darkwing Duck), Bryce Robinson (Flashforward), Dori Brenner (Altered States), Hardie Albright (Bambi), Anne Caillon (Haven), Bill Johnson (Supernatural Activity), Lesley Stahl (Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa), Peter Schrum (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Ronald Allen (Doctor Who), Gail Thackray (Curse of the Komodo), Georgie Parker (The 13th Floor), Noël Coward (Blithe Spirit), Arthur C. Clarke (Childhood’s End), Philip K. Dick (The Man in the High Castle), Randall Garrett (The Eyes Have It), Peter Dickinson (The Weathermonger)…

#OTD (15 December) in geeky history in 1983: Automan debuts at IMDb

Born #OTD in geeky history: Garrett Wang (Star Trek: Voyager), Rachel Brosnahan (The Unborn), Charlie Cox (The Daredevil), Michelle Dockery (Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather), Nichole Bloom (Teen Wolf), Don Johnson (A Boy and His Dog), Camilla Luddington (Tomb Raider), Ralph Ineson (The Witch), Helen Slater (Supergirl), Adam Brody (Jennifer’s Body), Michael Shanks (Stargate SG-1), Stefania LaVie Owen (Krampus), Molly Price (Bionic Woman), Stuart Townsend (Night Stalker), Geoff Stults (Zoo), Brendan Fletcher (Freddy vs. Jason), Alex Solowitz (Wolfenstein: The New Order), Tim Conway (SpongeBob SquarePants), Cassandra Harris (Space: 1999), Kuma (Dog with a Blog), Marta DuBois (Star Trek: The Next Generation), John Lee Hancock (Snow White and the Huntsman), Alexandra Tydings (Xena: Warrior Princess), Kasey Rogers (Bewitched), Julie Taymor (The Lion King), Andrea Di Stefano (The Life of Pi), Victoria Summer (Transformers: Age of Extinction), Alex Cox (Repo Man), Rodney Bingenheimer (Repo Man), Morgan Paull (Blade Runner), Jack Gwillim (Jason and the Argonauts), Ellie Cornell (House of the Dead), Karl Makinen (The Walking Dead), Sonalii Castillo (The Outpost), Kathy Kersh (Batman), Brett Rickaby (Castle Rock), Judi West (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.), Gordon Douglas (Them!), Gail Bonney (Star Trek: The Original Series), Yvonne Monlaur (The Brides of Dracula), Josh Feldman (Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups), Amy Holt (Dinocroc vs. Supergator), David Gwillim (The Island at the Top of the World), Michael Keep (The Twilight Zone), Isobel Block (The Kiss of the Vampire), Heidi Bohay (Superstition), Levani (Independence Day), Michael E. Uslan (Batman Begins), Emma Lockhart (Batman Begins), Walon Green (Strange New World), Karen Morrow (Tabitha), Michael Ross (Attack of the 50 Foot Woman), Betty Kean (Dreamscape), Neil McDermott (Doctor Who), Gregory Abbey (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)…

#OTD (14 December) in geeky history in 2005: King Kong opens

Born #OTD (14 December) in geeky history: Don Franklin (Seven Days), Vanessa Hudgens (Powerless), Natascha McElhone (Solaris), Jackson Rathbone (Twilight), Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extraterrestrial), Tori Kelly (Sing), Miranda Hart (Hyperdrive), KaDee Strickland (The Grudge), Patty Duke (4D Man), Tammy Blanchard (Into the Woods), Michaela Watkins (Medium), Nancy Valen (Dune 2000), Matthew McNulty (Misfits), Lee Remick (The Omen), Rebecca Gibney (Salem’s Lot), Ted Raimi (Ash vs Evil Dead), Sophie Monk (Click), Frances Bavier (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Jane Birkin (Cinderella), Lynne Marie Stewart (Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure), Vicki Michelle (Virgin Witch), Debbie Lee Carrington (Men in Black), Celia Weston (American Horror Story), Lewis Arquette (Little Nicky), Lillian Randolph (It’s a Wonderful Life), Tia Texada (Static Shock), Janette Scott (The Day of the Triffids), Eric Anderson (Gods Behaving Badly), Michael Stoyanov (The Dark Knight), Héctor Jiménez (El Santos vs la Tetona Mendoza), Thuy Trang (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Karey Kirkpatrick (Smallfoot), George Furth (The Man with Two Brains), Morey Amsterdam (Project U.F.O.), Laurence Naismith (Village of the Damned), Dino Stamatopoulus (Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole), Barbara Leigh-Hunt (Macbeth), Hal Williams (Herbie Rides Again), Joe Brooks (Gremlins), Abbe Lane (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Marissa Cuevas (Lab Rats), Patrick O’Brien Demsey (Thor), Peter Murnik (Armageddon), James Horan (Transformers Prime), Margaret John (Game of Thrones), Max Topplin (Carrie), Marge Redmond (The Flying Nun), Carlos Navarro (The Walking Dead), Joe Rokicki (Jack Frost), Frederick Worlock (One Hundred and One Dalmatians), Jenny Sullivan (V), Peter Mamakos (Batman), Elyse Knox (The Mummy’s Tomb), Vijay Amritraj (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home), Guy Middleton (Doctor Who), Shirley Jackson (The Haunting of Hill House), Kelley Armstrong (Sea of Shadows)…

#OTD (13 December) in geeky history in 1940: Mysterious Doctor Satan serial 1st chapter opens

Born #OTD (13 December) in geeky history: Dick Van Dyke (Mary Poppins), Jamie Foxx (Spawn), Wendie Malick (The Emperor’s New Groove), Christopher Plummer (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country), Steve Buscemi (Monsters, Inc.), Tony Curran (Underworld: Evolution), Taylor Swift (The Lorax), Darlene Cates (Wolf Girl), Lynn-Holly Johnson (The Watcher in the Woods), Robert Prosky (Christine), Laurence Leboeuf (Turbo Kid), Michael Socha (The Aliens), Don Taylor (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Johnny Whitaker (Sigmund and the Sea Monsters), Van Heflin (The Last Child), Robert Lindsay (Atlantis), Bart Johnson (Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street), Jeffrey Pierce (Castle Rock), Richard Hillman (Teenage Caveman), Tanya van Graan (Death Race: Inferno), Satya Bhabha (Sense8), Karen Lorre (The X-Files), F. William Parker (The X-Files), John Davidson (Edward Scissorhands), Kathy Garver (Spider-Man), Harry Gregson-Williams (Shrek), Curt Jurgens (Cagliostro), John Hart (The Greatest American Hero), James Kyson (Preacher), Norman Foster (Batman), Amy Stoch (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Billy Van Zandt (Star Trek: The Motion Picture), Charlie Talbert (Max Reload and the Nether Blasters), Afemo Omilami (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Christie Clark (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge), Maria Riva (Scrooged), Lou Adler (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Charlotte Milchard (The Fourth Kind), Heather North (Scooby Doo, Where Are You!), Anouska Hempel (Space: 1999), Cliff Emmich (Halloween II), Aiden Flowers (The Originals), Rosemarie Dunham (The Wolves of Kromer), Richard D. Zanuck (Cocoon), Darrell Larson (The Manchurian Candidate), Peter Deming (Twin Peaks), Mary Morris (The Prisoner), Larry Parks (Down to Earth), Carol Locatell (Friday the 13th: A New Beginning), Chelsea Hertford (Poltergeist II: The Other Side), Leslie Williams (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Robert Leeshock (Star Leaf), Dawn Michelle Bennett (Freedom Planet), Jush Allen (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), R.A. MacAvoy (The Book of Kells)…

#OTD (12 December) in geeky history in 1983: (fictional) Shawn Farrell born (The 4400)

Born #OTD (12 December) in geeky history: Sarah Douglas (Superman II), Jennifer Connelly (The Rocketeer), Lucas Hedges (Zero Theorem), Mädchen Amick (Twin Peaks), Bill Nighy (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest), Mayim Bialik (Lloyd in Space), Rajinikanth (Enthiran), Regina Hall (Superhero Movie), Frank Sinatra (The Manchurian Candidate), Gbenga Akinnagbe (Independence Day: Resurgence), Sheree J. Wilson (Hellbound), Dyllan Christopher (Armageddon), Lucas Jade Zumann (Sinister 2), Edward G. Robinson (Soylent Green), Bob Barker (SpongeBob SquarePants), Darleen Carr (The Jungle Book), Kenneth Cranham (The Legend of Hercules), Wings Hauser (Rubber), Tamara Duarte (Wynonna Earp), Gianni Russo (Super Mario Bros.), Romano Orzari (Turbo Kid), Phyllis Somerille (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Cathy Rigby (Peter Pan), Holly Gagnier (SeaQuest 2032), Ana Alicia (Halloween II), Kate Todd (My Babysitter’s a Vampire), Anne Bobby (Bioshock), Al Harrington (Escape from Atlantis), Kunal Sharma (Phil of the Future), Brandon Maggart (Jennifer Slept Here), Dionne Warwick (Captain Planet and the Planeteers), Kevin Coughlin (The Invaders), Leslie Schofield (Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope), Michael Traynor (The Walking Dead), Karen Morley (The Mask of Fu Manchu), Sara Barrett (Dungeon Siege II), Sarah Sutton (Doctor Who), Jean Anderson (Late Night Horror), Patrick McAuley (The Conjuring 2), Daniel Magder (X-Men), Paula Wagner (Death Race), Erika-Shaye Gair (Battlestar Galactica), Michael Keenan (Star Trek: Voyager), Marc Graue (Spider-Man: Friend or Foe), Ivan E. Roth (Night of the Comet), Josh Heald (Hot Tub Time Machine), Annette Stroyberg (Agent of Doom), Fabrizio Santinio (Captain America: The First Avenger), Jaclyn Dahm (RoboCop: Prime Directives), Yolande Turner (The Avengers), Laura Hope Crews (The Blue Bird), Donna Burke (Silent Hill 2), Don C. Harvey (The Outer Limits), Anne V. Coates (The Golden Compass), Ruth Morris (The Flying Bus in Oz), Tim Pratt (The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl)…

#OTD (11 December) in geeky history in 1991: Hook opens

Born #OTD (11 December) in geeky history: Hailee Steinfeld (Bumblebee), Teri Garr (Star Trek: The Original Series), Courtney Henggeler (Stitchers), Rita Moreno (Elena of Avalor), Ashley Hinshaw (Chronicle), Alex Russell (Chronicle), Max Martini (Pacific Rim), Gary Dourdan (Alien: Resurrection), Ben Browder (Farscape), Taylor Hickson (Deadpool), Donna Mills (The Stepford Husbands), Bess Armstrong (Jekyll and Hyde…Together Again), Rider Strong (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Yasiin Bey (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Stephen Moore (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Gary Carr (Frankenstein’s Wedding…Live in Leeds), Nesta Cooper (Travelers), Marie Windsor (Cat-Women of the Moon), Liz Smith (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Mo’Nique (Rugrats), Jean-Louis Trintignant (Immortal), Lynda Day George (Wonder Woman), Jennifer Newton (Superman Classic), Rusty Joiner (Resident Evil: Extinction), Carlo Ponti (The 10th Victim), Zienia Morton (Space: 1999), Rex Holman (Star Trek: The Original Series), Isaella Hofmann (The Flash), Tom Shadyac (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective), Sandra Echeverría (The Book of Life), Gilbert Roland (Kung Fu), Mary Gallagher (Frankenstein), Richard Devon (War of the Satellites), Tasneem Roc (Spirited), Maila Nurmi (Vampira), Susan Blanchard (They Live), Jean Marais (Beauty and the Beast), Peter Kelamis (Tooth Fairy), Donna Bullock (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Alex House (Todd & the Book of Pure Evil), Elizabeth Baur (Nanny and the Professor), Peter Donald Badalementi II (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Hamish Blake (The Librarians), Kimberly Scott (The Abyss), Tom Hayden (The Six Million Dollar Man), Richard Carter (Mad Max: Fury Road), Nancy Linehan Charles (Minority Report), Jon Brion (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Susan Seidelman (The Electric Company), Dick Tufeld (Lost in Space), Paul Wegener (The Golem), Jere Rae Mansfield (The Lord of the Rings), Howard Storm (Once Bitten), Gary Joseph Thorup (Jumanji), Wynn Irwin (Manimal), Robert Arden (Little Shop of Horrors), Sam Kalidi (Iron Man), Jared Hillman (Zombie Murder Explosion Die!), Tiffany Alvord (School Spirits), Val Guest (The Day the Earth Caught Fire), William Joyce (Epic), Terry Turner (3rd Rock from the Sun), John Buscema (The Avengers)…

#OTD (10 December) in geeky history in 2010: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader opens

Born #OTD (10 December) in geeky history: Alexander Courage (Star Trek: The Original Series), Emmanuelle Chriqui (Beware the Batman), Patrick John Flueger (The 4400), Raven-Symoné (That’s So Raven), Melissa Roxburgh (Star Trek: Beyond), Kenneth Branagh (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Michael Clarke Duncan (The Green MIle), Nia Peeples (Werewolf: The Beast Among Us), Xavier Samuel (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), Susan Dey (Looker), Catherine Parks (Looker), Fionnula Flanagan (The Others), Amanda Anka (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Arden Myrin (Evan Almighty), Summer Phoenix (The Faculty), Douglas Kenney (Heavy Metal), Tommy Kirk (Village of the Giants), Tisha Sterling (Village of the Giants), Kristine DeBell (Lifepod), Dan Blocker (Outer Space Jitters), Mako (Conan the Barbarian), Tommy Rettig (The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.), John Colicos (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Arnold Pinnick (The Incredible Hulk), John J. York (Werewolf), Margaret Ratliff (Piranha-Man vs. Werewolf-Man: Howl of the Piranha), Jean Byron (Invisible Invaders), Alexis Raich (Fringe), Hal Baylor (A Boy and His Dog), Caleb Ross (The Tribe), Conner Dwelly (The Predator), Enrique Castillo (Deja Vu), David Avalon (Elf), Mark Moseley (Shrek 2),Reginald Rose (The Twilight Zone), Ken Campbell (Alice in Wonderland), Anne Gwynne (House of Frankenstein), Harry Fowler (Doctor Who), Chad Stuart (The Jungle Book), George J. Lewis (7 Faces of Dr. Lao), Tatsuya Gashûin (Spirited Away), Harry Locke (The Creeping Flesh), David Wells (Starman), Eva Robbins (Hercules), Rorie Stockton (Doll Master), Christopher Disney Miller (The Black Hole), Moyna MacGill (The Picture of Dorian Gray), Richard Francis-Bruce (Ghost Rider), Patrick Westwood (Space: 1999), Mary Norton (The Borrowers), George MacDonald (The Princess and the Goblin), Cornelia Funke (Inkheart)…

#OTD (9 December) in geeky history in 2005: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe opens

Born #OTD (9 December) in geeky history: Margaret Hamilton (The Wizard of Oz), Dame Judi Dench (Artemis Fowl), Beau Bridges (Stargate SG-1), Michael Nouri (The Hidden), Michael Dorn (Star Trek: The Next Generation), John Malkovich (Warm Bodies), Raja Gosnell (Scooby-Doo), Stefen Fangmeir (Jurassic Park), Felicity Huffman (Kim Possible), Kirk Douglas (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Simon Helberg (Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness), Jesse Metcalfe (Smallville), Toby Huss (The Venture Brothers), Reiko Aylesworth (Revolution), Eloise Jarvis McGraw (Merry Go Round in Oz)…

#OTD (8 December) in geeky history in 2004: Blade: Trinity opens

Born #OTD (8 December) in geeky history: Lee J. Cobb (The Exorcist), AnnSophia Robb (Bridge to Terabithia), Dominic Monaghan (Lost), Ian Somerhalder (Lost), Kim Basinger (Batman), Matthias Schoenaerts (Tobias and His Lion), Teri Hatcher (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), John Rubinstein (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), David Carradine (Death Race 2000), Deborra-Lee Furness (Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole), Nicki Minaj (Steven Universe), Nancy Meyer (What Women Want), Wendell Pierce (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2), Tyler Mane (X-Men), David Harewood (Supergirl), Utkarsh Ambudkar (The Muppets), Owen Teague (It), James MacArthur (Superboy), Katie Stevens (Polaroid), Rick Baker (Men in Black),

#OTD (7 December) in geeky history in 1945: House of Dracula opens at IMDb

Born #OTD (7 December) in geeky history: Ted Knight (The Batman/Superman Hour), Tom Waits (The Dead Don’t Die), Jennifer Carpenter (The Exorcism of Emily Rose), Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road), C. Thomas Howell (E.T.The Extra-Terrestrial), Emily Browning (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Priscilla Barnes (Lords of the Deep), Caleb Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class), Eli Wallach (The Sentinel), Shiri Appleby (Roswell), Jack Huston (Outlander), Ellen Burstyn (The Exorcist), Mark Duplass (Safety Not Guaranteed), Jeffrey Wright (Westworld), Patrick Fabian (The Last Exorcism), Mark Rolston (Young Justice), Clive Russell (The Wolfman), Christa Campbell (Hellboy), James Keach (Wishman), Sara Bareilles (Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert), Kenneth Colley (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), Rosalind Ayres (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Eric Bauza (Transformers: Robots in Disguise), Rod Cameron (The Electronic Monster), Hurd Hatfield (The Picture of Dorian Gray), Louis Prima (The Jungle Book), Carrie Kei Heim (Santa Claus: The Movie), Georges Corraface (Escape from L.A.), Jesse Johnson (Twin Peaks), Jay Johnson (Dogma), Stephanie D’Abruzzo (Sesame Street), Wendy Padbury (Doctor Who), W.D. Richter (Big Trouble in Little China), Greg Ayres (Chrono Crusade), Randall Einhorn (The Muppets), Larry Bird (Space Jam), Arch Oboler (Lights Out), Leigh Brackett (The Sword of Rhiannon)…

#OTD (6 December) in geeky history in 1991: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country opens

Born #OTD (6 December) in geeky history: Janine Turner (Monkey Shines), Lindsay Price (Purple People Eater), Sarah Rafferty (Tremors), Tom Hulce (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), Stefanie Scott (Insidious: Chapter 3), JoBeth Williams (Poltergeist), Nora Kirkpatrick (Bayou Tales), Torri Higginson (Stargate: Atlantis), Colin Salmon (Resident Evil), Colleen Haskell (The Animal), Agnes Moorehead (Bewitched), Noel Clarke (Doctor Who), Jack De Sena (Avatar: The Last Airbender), Kelly Frye (The Flash), Angela Gots (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Ashley Madekwe (Salem), Steven Wright (Babe: Pig in the City), Jens Hultén (Ragnarok), Leon Russom (A Quiet Place), Gina Hecht (Mork & Mindy), Max Kasch (Holes), Wende Wagner (Rosemary’s Baby), Ryan Kennedy (Blade: The Series), Bobby Van (Lost Horizon), Nick Park (The Curse of the Were-Rabbit), Tommy Wirkola (What Happened to Monday?), Della Saba (Zootopia), Wally Cox (Underdog), James Naughton (Planet of the Apes), Yorgo Voyagis (The City of Lost Children), Michael Jonsson (Arrow), Craig Brewer (The Legend of Tarzan), Colin Farrell (The Land That Time Forgot), Kit Culkin (Hamlet), Sergio Corbucci (Super Fuzz), Lisa Rotondi (The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human), Jack Thorne (The Fades), Lewis Macleod (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace)…

#OTD (5 December) in geeky history in 1980: Flash Gordon opens at IMDb

Born #OTD (5 December) in geeky history: Walt Disney (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), Paula Patton (Somewhere Between), Amy Acker (Angel), Jessica Paré (Hot Tub Time Machine), Adan Canto (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Frankie Muniz (Stay Alive), Lisa Marie (Ed Wood), Dolly Wells (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Morgan Brittany (The Twilight Zone), Nick Stahl (Carnivàle), Ross Bagley (Independence Day), Fritz Lang (Metropolis), Jeroen Krabbé (Ever After: A Cinderella Story), Adolph Caesar (The Wild Wild West), Morgan David Jones (The Whispers), Najarra Townsend (Contracted), Margaret Cho (Bright), Lisa Sheridan (Invasion), Amara Zaragoza (Supernatural), Kali Rocha (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Gabriel Luna (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Walt Dohrn (Trolls), Keri Hilson (Riddick), Brad Carter (Ascension), Brian Backer (Vamps), Otto Preminger (Batman), Ben Levin (Time After Time), Linus Sandgren (The Nutcracker and the Four Realms), John Erwin (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), Eric Etebari (Witchblade), Alex Kapp (Drop Dead Diva), Margaret Hayes (Lights Out), Lydia Leonard (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Emily Wheaton (Gods of Egypt), Natalie Cohen (Death Valley), George Savalas (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Little Richard (Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme), Alvy Moore (A Boy and His Dog), Armando Riesco (A Gifted Man), Mandy Amano (Teeth and Blood), Kyle McCarley (Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans), Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later), Norman Burton (Planet of the Apes), Carrie Hamilton (The X-Files), Peter Hansen (Dragonfly), Nunnally Johnson (Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid), Lucas Leguizamo (Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs), Pat Goldin (The Man from Planet X), Julie Khaner (Videodrome), Maud Hansson (The Seventh Seal), Asa Somers (Person of Interest), Christopher Guard (The Lord of the Rings), Kevin “ohGr’ Ogilvie (Repo! The Genetic Opera), Bobby Hosea (Independence Day), Shizuka Itô (Sailor Moon Crystal), Steve Rally (Paranormal Island), Gregory Tyree Boyce (Twilight), Aldo Lado (The Humanoid), Doctor Dré (Super Force), Calvin Trillin (Michael), Richard Gibbs (Battlestar Galactica)…

#OTD (4 December) in geeky history in 2015: Robot World premiers at Other Worlds Austin (TX)

Born #OTD (4 December) in geeky history: Marisa Tomei (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Jeff Bridges (TRON), Tyra Banks (Halloween: Resurrection), Tony Todd (Candyman), Fred Armisen (Final Space), Chelsea Noble (Left Behind: The Movie), Nafessa Williams (Black Lightning), Kevin Sussman (A.I. Artificial Intelligence), Victor French (Highway to Heaven), Marcus D’Amico (Superman II), Pamela Stephenson (Superman III), Horst Buchholz (The Amazing Captain Nemo), Robin Dearden (Fantasy Hospital), Donnelly Rhodes (Battlestar Galactica), Patricia Wettig (The Langoliers), Orlando Brown (That’s So Raven), Álex de la Iglesia (Acción mutante), David Bailie (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Mick Garris (Hocus Pocus), Veronica Taylor (Pokémon), Gwen Humble (Werewolf), Michael Bates (A Clockwork Orange), Ronnie Corbett (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Carey Means (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Pei-Pei Cheng (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), Ned Romero (Star Trek: The Original Series), Karen Landry (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Jacob Tomuri (Mad Max: Fury Road), Dena Dietrich (Out of This World), Fay DeWitt (Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters), John Kitzmiller (Mars, God of War), Gérard Philipe (Beauty and the Devil), Mark Robson (Isle of the Dead), Wink Martindale (The Jetsons), Jennifer Levinson (Triassic World), James Cossins (The Lost Continent), James Francis Ginty (Surrogates), Harry Hains (American Horror Story), Marianne Edwards (Shrimps for a Day), Rochelle Swanson (Droid Gunner), Jimmy Hunt (Invaders from Mars), Julie Lemieux (Rupert), Jennifer Elizabeth (The Amazing Spider-Man), Charlotte Wynters (The Phantom Speaks), Tanner Fontana (The Originals), Ryan Kavanaugh (Death Race), Joshua Osei (Patient Zero), Gary Cockrell (Tarzan the Magnificent), George Maguire (Nosferatu), John L. Adams (The Dead Zone), Tony Munch (Strange Days at Blake Holsey High), Paul Cavonis (The Six Million Dollar Man), Samuel Butler (Erewhon), Karl Edward Wagner (Dark Crusade)…

#OTD (3 December) in geeky history in 1982: Jekyll and Hyde…Together Again opens in New York City

Born #OTD (3 December) in geeky history: Michael Angarano (Sky High), Jenna Dewan (Supergirl), Amanda Seyfried (Twin Peaks), Brendan Fraser (George of the Jungle), Afton Smith (George of the Jungle), Julianne Moore (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1), Mark Deklin (Tarzan), Anna Chlumsky (Cupid), Tiffany Haddish (The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part), Daryl Hannah (Blade Runner), Ola Rapace (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets), Holly Marie Combs (Charmed), Joseph Gatt (Dumbo), Keegan Connor Tracy (Once Upon a Time), Jake T. Austin (Wizards of Waverly Place), Jean-Luc Godard (Alphaville), Melody Anderson (Flash Gordon), Shanley Caswell (The Conjuring), Brian Bonsall (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Nicolas Coster (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Heather Menzies-Urich (Logan’s Run), Mel Smith (The Princess Bride), Andrew Stanton (WALL-E), Steve Harris (Awake), Adam Wingard (Godzilla vs. Kong), Ethan Sandler (Meet the Robinsons), Steven Culp (The Last Ship), Bruno Campos (The Princess and the Frog), Vanessa Cloke (The Walking Dead), Len Lesser (The Werewolf Reborn!), Valérie Quennessen (Conan the Barbarian), Isabelle Nélisse (It), Don CAlfa (The Return of the Living Dead), Ozzy Osbourne (Sherlock Gnomes), Jonathan Cherry (House of the Dead), Rainbow Francks (Stargate: Atlantis), Mary Alice (Enter the Matrix), Eugene Clark (Land of the Dead), Barbara Garrick (Jumper), Michael Gough (Batman: Arkham Origins), Josh Dean (Fantastic Four), Shelly Desai (Escape from L.A.), Susanne Cramer (Get Smart), Cristi Harris (Night of the Demons 2), Joris Jarsky (Blindness), Nino Rota (Phantom Lovers), Tony Mordente (The Greatest American Hero), Neith Hunter (Near Dark), Andrea Romano (DuckTales), Duran Fulton Brown (Jekyll and Hyde), Mickey Simpson (Adventures of Superman), Gabrielle Tuite (Iron Man), Frank Joslyn Baum (The Laughing Dragon of Oz)…

#OTD (2 December) in geeky history in 2005: Æon Flux opens in the USA

Born #OTD (2 December) in geeky history: Lucy Liu (Kung Fu Panda), Alfred Enoch (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Steven Bauer (Werewolf: The Beast Among Us), Rena Sofer (Heroes), Joe Lo Truglio (Paul), Jana Kramer (Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis), Britney Spears (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Brendan Coyle (Requiem), Julie Harris (The Haunting), Dan Gauthier (Teen Witch), Dennis Christopher (It), Bill Erwin (Somewhere in Time), Ray Walston (My Favorite Martian), Connie Booth (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Trond Fausa (The Innocents), Dan Butler (The Mist), Cassie Steele (Relic Hunter), Anthony “Treach” Criss (Feast), Keith Szarabajka (The Dark Knight), Leo Gordon (The Haunted Palace), Jonathan Frid (Dark Shadows), Penelope Spheeris (Visitors from the Unknown), Yvonne Catterfeld (Beauty and the Beast), Warren William (The Wolf Man), Suzy Nakamura (American Zombie), Cathy Lee Crosby (Wonder Woman), Nadja Regin (The Invisible Man), Meghan Black (X-Men: Evolution), Eric Jungmann (Night Stalker), Robert F. Simon (The Amazing Spider-Man), Sadie Alexandru (Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage), Henry Kingi (Predator 2), Colleen Rennison (Stargate SG-1), Donald Woods (Dimension 5), John Ajvide Lindqvist (Let Me In), Carla Ortiz (Curse of the Mayans), Grant Masters (Await Further Instructions), Arch Hall Jr. (Eegah), Natacha Itzel (The Dunwich Horror), Tsutomo Yamazaki (Space Battleship Yamato), Garry Pastore (Gotham), Renee Tenison (Mortal Kombat: Conquest), Kent Shocknek (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Nick Cheung (Keeper of Darkness), Marc Platt (Down to Earth), Sybille Schmitz (Vampyr), Don Fellows (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Natasha Perry (Haunted: The Ferryman), John D. Collins (Doctor Who), Michael Wesley-Smith (The Tribe), Frank Reicher (King Kong), Paul A. Kaufman (Grimm), Hal Pyke (Blade Runner), Janet Landgard (Moonchild), Murray Miller (American Dad!), Linda Redfern (The Omega Man), Nancy Snyder (The Kirlian Witness), Jimmy Sangster (The Curse of Frankenstein), Russ Russo (Revolution), Jerry Sohl (The Transcendent Man), Florence Barclay (The Upas Tree), Delos W. Lovelace (King Kong)…

#OTD (1 December) in geeky history in 1973: Horror Express opens

Born #OTD (1 December) in geeky history: Zoë Kravitz (Mad Max: Fury Road), Melissa Jaffer (Mad Max: Fury Road), Sarah Silverman (Wreck-It Ralph), Emily Mortimer (Mary Poppins Returns), Woody Allen (Sleeper), Riz Ahmed (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Katherine LaNasa (Future Man), Janelle Monáe (Lady and the Tramp), Mark Ghanimé (The Age of Adaline), Nestor Carbonell (Lost), Deep Roy (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Karissa Lee Staples (The Lottery), Bette Midler (Hocus Pocus), Treat Williams (The Phantom), Jeremy Northam (Cypher), Dean O’Gorham (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), David Hornsby (Minority Report), Nate Torrence (Get Smart), Richard Pryor (Superman III), Stefan Kapicic (Deadpool), Charlene Tilton (Freaky Friday), Dick Shawn (Batman & Robin), Olivia Grace Applegate (Blood Fest), Obba Babatundé (Disney Infinity 3.0), Golden Brooks (Star Trek: Enterprise), Carol Alt (Snakehead Terror), Julie Condra (Eerie, Indiana), Akiva Schaffer (The Lego Movie), Allyn Ann McLerie (The Duck Factory), Ron Melendez (American Horror Story), Mary Martin (Peter Pan), Cyril Ritchard (Peter Pan), David Doyle (Capricorn One), Paul Picerni (Capricorn One), Maggie Steed (Paddington 2), Malochi Throne (Star Trek: The Original Series), Larry Charles (The Tick), Andrew Adamson (Shrek), Michael Esper (BrainDead), Jouka Ahola (War of the Dead), James Greene (Alien Nation), Lombardo Boyar (Happy Feet), Michael Maize (Gotham), Norman Leavitt (The Wild Wild West), Ralph Manza (Godzilla), Ellen McLain (Portal), Jonny Cruz (Overwatch), Robert Symonds (The Exorcist), Carles Prats (Drácula Barcelona), Gary Grossman (Leprechaun 4: In Space), James Bell (I Walked with a Zombie), John Merivale (Caltiki, the Immortal Monster), Eddie Smith (The Nutty Professor), Stephen Blackehart (Guardians of the Galaxy), Mark Thompson (Mother Ghost), Meegan Godfrey (Zombieland), Harold Goodwin (The Boy Who Cried Werewolf), Carol Dilworth (Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)), Charles G. Finney (The Circus of Dr. Lao), Jo Walton (The King’s Peace)…

#OTD (30 November) in geeky history in 1953: Meet Mr. Lucifer opens in the UK

Born #OTD (30 November) in geeky history: Ridley Scott (Blade Runner), Kaley Cuoco (Harley Quinn), John Kani (Black Panther), Elisha Cuthbert (Are You Afraid of the Dark?), Ben Stiller (Night at the Museum), Mandy Patinkin (The Princess Bride), Gael García Bernal (The Science of Sleep), Chrissy Teigen (Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation), Jessalyn Gilsig (Heroes), Rebecca Rittenhouse (The Handmaid’s Tale), Terrence Malick (The Tree of Life), Robert Guillaume (The Lion King), Adelaide Clemens (Watchmen), Stephen Campbell Moore (Season of the Witch), Diego Klattenhoff (Pacific Rim), Emmanuel Lubezki (Children of Men), Richard Brake (Doom), Nelsan Ellis (True Blood), Billy Drago (Lunarcop), Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story), Margaret Whitton (Little Monsters), Jim Maxwell (The Incredible Hulk), Judith Roberts (Dead Silence), Perrey Reeves (The Jurassic Games), Michelle Burke (Coneheads), Marc Forster (World War Z), Richard Crenna (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series), Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (Batman: The Animated Series), Virginia Mayo (Wonder Man), Henry Selick (Coraline), Hiam Abbass (Blade Runner 2049), David Howard Thornton (Gotham), Chris Weitz (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Jack Ging (The Six Million Dollar Man), Bo Welch (Edward Scissorhands), Colin Mochrie (Annedroids), Nancy Everhard (DeepStar Six), Jordan Belfi (Surrogates), Rex Reason (This Island Earth), Kat Stewart (Macbeth), Billy Idol (Heavy Metal 2000), Andrew Tiernan (Automata), Walter Jones (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Luke Hawker (Krampus), June Chadwick (V), Omahyra (X-Men: The Last Stand), P.J. Hogan (Peter Pan), Anya Longwell (Death Becomes Her), Christel Kalil (W.I.T.C.H.), J.C. Quinn (Maximum Overdrive), Hope Holiday (Space Mutiny), Carol Anne Selflinger (Wonderbug), Sandy Descher (Them!), Justin Lazard (Species II), Michael Gwynn (Village of the Damned), William Vail (Poltergeist), William Melling (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead), Jonathan Swift (Gulliver’s Travels), Mark Twain (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), Daniel Keys Moran (The Grey Maelstrom)…

#OTD (29 November) in geeky history in 1946: The Fistic Mystic (Popeye) opens

Born #OTD (29 November) in geeky history: Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther), Gemma Chan (Humans), Joel Coen (Darkman), Anna Faris (The Emoji Movie), Lauren German (Lucifer), Janina Gavankar (True Blood), Paola Turbay (True Blood), Naoki Mori (Torchwood), Lucas Black (Legion), Tom Sizemore (Red Planet), Andrew McCarthy (The Spiderwick Chronicles), Don Cheadle (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Cathy Moriarty (Casper), Diane Ladd (Carnosaur), Jeff Fahey (Lost), Kim Delaney (Mission to Mars), Julian Ovenden (Person of Interest), Laura Marano (Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip), Diego Boneto (Monster Hunter), Jennifer Elise Cox (Bewitched), Dany Garcia (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Howie Mandel (Gremlins), Garry Shandling (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Beatrice Rosen (2012), Tiffany Smith (Supernatural), Tom Wright (Inhumans), Gena Lee Nolin (Sheena), Yvonne Suhor (Sheena), Larry Joe Campbell (R.I.P.D.), Hannah Endicott-Douglas (Good Witch), David Rintoul (Game of Thrones), Samantha Ivers (Enchanted), Yakima Canutt (Manhunt of Mystery Island), John Calvin (Dragonworld), Jessica Makinson (South Park), Jackie Hoffman (Freaky Friday), Fran Ryan (Manimal), Wyatt Smith (The Polar Express), Ursula Burton (The Dead Girls Detective Agency), Eddie Spears (DreamKeeper), Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit (Game of Thrones), Jackie Stallone (Beach Babes from Beyond), Ellen Cleghorne (Armageddon), Jesse F. Johnson (The Amazing Spider-Man), Amanda Walker (Cloud Atlas), Connie Izay (Man from Atlantis), Anna Eastenden (Who Wants to Be a Superhero?), Shintarô Katsu (Saga of the Phoenix), Peter Hooten (Dr. Strange), Hinton Battle (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Peter Elbling (Honey I Blew Up the Kid), Kris Kamm (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), Aimée Castle (Big Wolf on Campus), Kimberly Cullum (Quantum Leap), Naomi Stevens (The Flying Nun), Mike Barker (The Handmaid’s Tale), Seung-ryong Ryu (Psychokinesis), Timo Vuorensola (Iron Sky), Juri Henley-Coon (Believe), David William No (Altered Carbon), Dale Van Sickel (Zombies of the Stratosphere), C.S. Lewis (The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Madeleine L’Engle (A Wrinkle in Time)…

#OTD (28 November) in geeky history in 2014: There’s Something in the Pilliga premieres at Monster Fest in Australia

Born #OTD (28 November) in geeky history: Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men), Karen Gillan (Doctor Who), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane), Johnny Simmons (Jennifer’s Body), Judd Nelson (The Transformers: The Movie), Ed Harris (Westworld), Alan Ritchson (Titans), Gloria Grahame (The Outer Limits), Aimee Garcia (Lucifer), Stephnie Weir (Flashforward), Daniel Henney (Big Hero 6), Sunny Mabrey (Once Upon a Time), Ryan Kwanten (True Blood), Scarlett Pomers (Star Trek: Voyager), Jane Sibbett (Arrival II), Anna Nicole Smith (Illegal Aliens), Martin Cummins (The Whispers), S. Epatha Merkerson (Slipstream), James Karen (The Return of the Living Dead), Thom Mathews (The Return of the Living Dead), Emun Elliott (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Hope Lange (The Ghost & Mrs. Muir), Colman Domingo (Fear the Walking Dead), Alexander Godunov (The Runestone), Martin Clunes (Doctor Who), Joe Dante (Gremlins), Jon Stewart (The Faculty), Jacqui Ainsley (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword), Randy Newman (Toy Story), Lucy Gutteridge (Hammer House of Horror), Paul Shaffer (Hercules), Ryan Sampson (The Frankenstein Chronicles), Jeffrey Byron (Star Trek), Abigail Marlowe (Star Wars: Battlefront II), Jonathan Mostow (Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines), Pamela Hayden (The Simpsons), Michael Ritchie (The Golden Child), Maria-Elena Laas (The Hot Chick), Rif Hutton (Star Trek: Generations), Menina Fortunato (Star Trek: Enterprise), Chuck Mitchell (Ghost Chase), Krystal Vee (Star Trek: Captain Pike), Yasuko Matsuyuki (Fullmetal Alchemist), Karen Montgomery (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Hayden Tank (Freaky Friday), Maurissa Tancharoen (Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog), Cornelia Guest (Zoom), Molly Brolin (Men in Black 3), Frank Fontaine (The Covenant), Naoko Yamada (Guardian of the Sacred Spirit), Juli Reding (Tormented), Kelly Wenham (Merlin), Kristian Schmid (Scooby-Doo), Shannon Farnon (Super Friends), Denice D. Lewis (Necronomicon), Kosha Engler (Tuck Everlasting), Jodie Resther (Are You Afraid of the Dark?), Patrick B. O’Brien (Unbreakable), Sterling Macer Jr. (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Harry Bartell (The Wild Wild West), Mark Hodder (The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack)…

#OTD (27 November) in geeky history in: 1973 – (fictional) Samantha Mulder, Fox Mulder’s sister, is abducted by aliens; 1981 – Darkroom debuts; 2002 – Solaris opens

Born #OTD (27 November) in geeky history: Fisher Stevens (Short Circuit), William Fichtner (Invasion), Alison Pill (American Horror Story), Michael Vartan (The Mists of Avalon), Sharlto Copley (District 9), Brooke Langton (The Last Ship), Jennifer O’Dell (The Lost World), Bruce Lee (The Green Hornet), Kirk Acevedo (Arrow), Kathryn Bigelow (Near Dark), Robin Givens (Blankman), Elizabeth Marvel (Person of Interest), Samantha Bond (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Jaleel White (Sonic the Hedgehog), Curtis Strong (Supernatural), Ali Astin (The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King), Don Yesso (Hocus Pocus), James Avery (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Chin Han (The Dark Knight), Aubrey Peeples (Jem and the Holograms), Michael Rispoli (Kick-Ass), Tadanobu Asano (Thor: Ragnarok), Steve Oedekerk (Kung Pow: Enter the Fist), Kimmy Robertson (Beauty and the Beast), Alec Newman (Children of Dune), Rebecca Ferratti (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective), Gerrit Graham (Phantom of the Paradise), Adam Shankman (Disenchanted), Arjay Smith (The Day After Tomorrow), Randal Reeder (Deadpool), Patricia McPherson (Knight Rider), Bill Nye (Miles from Tomorrowland), Connie Sawyer (Sliders), Barbara Anderson (Star Trek: The Original Series), Ricardo Hoyos (Bumblebee), John Alderton (Zardoz), Todd Giebenhain (Galaxy Quest), Samantha Harris (George of the Jungle), Gregory Hoblit (Frequency), Marshall Thompson (It! The Terror from Beyond Space), Joanne Boland (Land of the Dead), Tom Morga (Star Trek: The Motion Picture), Shane Haboucha (Justice League Unlimited), Stephen Elliott (The Six Million Dollar Man), Nicole Elizabeth Berger (Prescient), Joshua Harris (Twin Peaks), Cassie Silva (Straight Outta Oz), Alex Neuberger (Underdog), Michael Tolan (Norman Corwin Presents), Stewart Moss (The Bat People), Sage Correa (Peanuts), John Dullaghan (Battlestar Galactica), Shane Salerno (Avatar 2), Alexandra Hart-Gilliams (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Patricia Zentilli (Lexx), Ina Victor (My Favorite Martian), Vera Fischer (The Clone), Mona Washbourne (The Bed Sitting Room), Ann Prentiss (Captain Nice), Rodney Bewes (Unidentified Flying Oddball), Christopher Rob Bowen (The Working Dead), Raymond Greenleaf (The Twilight Zone), L. Sprague de Camp (The Incomplete Enchanter), Melinda M. Snodgrass (The Edge of Reason), Michael A. Stackpole (Fortress Draconis)…

#OTD (26 November) in geeky history in 1986: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home opens

Born #OTD (26 November) in geeky history: Rita Ora (Pokémon Detective Pikachu), Rob Raco (Supernatural), Peter Facinelli (Twilight), Tamsin Egerton (Camelot), Trevor Morgan (The Sixth Sense), Kristin Bauer van Straten (True Blood), Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (Game of Thrones), Jessica Camacho (The Flash), Mark Margolis (American Horror Story), Jamie Rose (Chopper Chicks in Zombietown), Garcelle Beauvais (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Scott Adsit (Big Hero 6), Daniel Davis (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Frances Dee (I Walked with a Zombie), Ryan Robbins (Sanctuary), Tina Turner (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome), Scott Jacoby (The Supernaturals), Lia Williams (The Uninvited), Rich Little (Christmas Carol), Juanin Clay (WarGames), Robert Goulet (Beetlejuice), Adam J. Harrington (House of the Dead), DJ Khaled (Spies in Disguise), Don Lake (Zootopia), Cyril Cusack (Fahrenheit 451), Marianne Muellererleile (W.I.T.C.H.), Mark L. Lester (Firestarter), Henry Beckman (The X-Files), Evans Evans (Prophecy), Susanne Zenor (Rabbit Test), Julien Temple (Earth Girls Are Easy), Marcia Warren (Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness), Buddy Quaid (Lost Souls), Frank Chiesurin (Resident Evil: Apocalypse), Betta St. John (The City of the Dead), Francesca Fowler (Doctor Who), Bill Baldwin (The Incredible Hulk), Marianne McAndrew (The Bat People), Michael DeLano (Alien Intruder), Michael Gregory(RoboCop), Lorissa McComas (Piranha), Robin Dyke (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Adele Jergens (Day the World Ended), Jun Fukuyama (Blue Exorcist), Louis Turenne (Babylon 5), Miles Doleac (Santa Jaws), John Carter (The Andromeda Strain), Don Hahn (Maleficent), Wesley Archer (Rick and Morty), Sean Patrick O’Reilly (Howard Lovecraft and the Undersea Kingdom), Gilda Texter (The Green Mile), Jordy Benattar (The Spiderwick Chronicles), Daron Nefcy (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Béla Gabor Lenz (Dark), Charles M. Schulz (Peanuts), Frederik Pohl (Gateway), James Dashner (Maze Runner)…

#OTD (25 November) in geeky history in 1998: Babe: Pig in the City opens

Born #OTD (25 November) in geeky history: Joel Kinnaman (RoboCop), Jill Hennessey (RoboCop 3), Katie Cassidy (Arrow), Christina Applegate (The Book of Life), Dougray Scott (Fear the Walking Dead), Ricardo Montalban (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), John Larroquette (The Librarians), Jeffrey Hunter (Star Trek: The Original Series), Bily Burke (Twilight), Amy Seimetz (Alien: Covenant), Haley Webb (Teen Wolf), Jill Flint (The Amazing Spider-Man), Natalia Cordova-Buckley (Agents of S.H.I.EL.D.), Darlanne Flueg (Battle Beyond the Stars), Jerry Ferrara (Battleship), Stefanie von Pfetten (The Man in the High Castle), Tracey Walker (Repo Man), Eddie Steeples (Zombie Apocalypse), Kenneth Mitchell (Jericho), Mary Jo Deschanel (2010: The Year We Made Contact), Noel Neill (Adventures of Superman), Kevin Chamberlin (Heroes), Matt Clark (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Ben Stein (The Mask), Kathryn Grant (The 7th Voyage of Sinbad), Bruno Tonioli (Ella Enchanted), Beverly Washburn (Star Trek: The Original Series), Paul Copley (Torchwood), Steve Brodie (The Giant Spider Invasion), Robert Kurtzman (From Dusk Till Dawn), Bruce Hopkins (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Stephen Ford (Teen Wolf), Amy Grant (Lost: A Sheep Story), Rosanna Schiaffino (Cagliostro), John Lehr (The Journey of Allen Strange), Jessie Royce Landis (It Happens Every Spring), Cameron Moulène (Haunting on Fraternity Row), Michael Feast (Game of Thrones), Monique St. Pierre (Stryker), James Hayden (The Nesting), Terry Kilburn (A Christmas Carol), Harry Landis (Johnny and the Dead), Joyce Cohen (Independence Day), Melissa Paulo (Star Trek: Into Darkness), Shelagh Fraser (Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope), Mark Frost (Fantastic Four), Francesca Gonshaw (She-Wolf of London), Joe DiMaggio (Angels in the Outfield), Takayo Fischer (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), Jack Hogan (Tarzan), Jonathan Kaplan (Witches of East End), Gregg Turkington (Ant-Man), James Westmoreland (The Wild Wild West), Savannah Brooke Lanthem (Lost), Zack Shada (Lost), Joher Coleman (Earth Girls Are Easy), Jeff Doucette (Splash), Helen Gahagan (She), Thomas A. Geas (The Wild Wild West), Chris Claremont (The X-Men), Poul Anderson (Earthman’s Burden), Charlaine Harris (Dead Until Dark), Marc Brown (Arthur’s Halloween)…

#OTD (24 November) in geeky history in 1958: The Time Element (pilot for The Twilight Zone) debuts

Born #OTD (24 November) in geeky history: Garret Dillahunt (The 4400), Gwilym Lee (Isle of Dogs), Katherine Heigl (Roswell), Colin Hanks (Roswell), Sarah Hyland (Vampire Academy), Lola Glaudini (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Stephen Merchant (Logan), Shirley Henderson (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Elena Satine (The Gifted), Danielle Nicolet (The Flash), Denise Crosby (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Billy Connolly (Brave), Conleth Hill (Game of Thrones), Lisa Howard (Highlander), Amanda Wyss (Highlander), Dwight Schultz (Star Trek: Voyager), Shae D’Lyn (Ghost Mom), Geraldine Fitzgerald (Poltergeist II: The Other Side), Peyton Meyer (Dog with a Blog), Karine Vanasse (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Alain Chabat (The Science of Sleep), David Neidorf (Beauty and the Beast), Brandon Molale (True Blood), Sophie van Winden (Rood), Scott Krinsky (Chuck), Stanley Livingston (Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold), Howard Duff (Batman), Jennifer Badger (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Ruben Santiago-Hudson (The Devil’s Advocate), Kevin Breznahan (Alien Autopsy), Robin Stille (Vampire Knights), Joey Ansah (Attack the Block), Thierry Lhermitte (Speaking of the Devil), Jim Van Bebber (Last American Horror Show), Glenn Withrow (ALF), Richard Leech (Doctor Who), Debra Lamb (There’s No Such Thing as Zombies), Alistair MgGowan (Robbie the Reindeer in Legend of the Lost Tribe), David Newell (Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood), Georgia Pemberton (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children), Brad Sherwood (Digimon Data Squad), Michael Patrick Carter (Child’s Play), Cathleen Nesbitt (The Haunting of Julia), Alan Lake (Doctor Who), Ken Hutchison (Doctor Who), Joan Sanderson (The Great Muppet Caper), René Enríquez (Blood Bath), Joe Howard (American Horror Story), Anthony Ray (The Twilight Zone), David Kossoff (The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll), Kirby Grant (The Spider Woman Strikes Back), Greg Berg (Toy Story), Hiroyuki Ikeuchi (Space Battleship Yamato), Dianne Hull (Amazing Stories), Donald Dunn (Vampires), Meredith Henderson (Jumper), Beth Phoenix (Zombie Beach Party), John Justin (The Thief of Bagdad), Helen Cherry (The Strange World of Planet X), Rhys Williams (Deadpool), Pino Donaggio (Seed of Chucky), Justin Case (Return to Oz), Linsay Rousseau (Fallout 76), Michael Edwards (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Akio Ôtsuka (Ghost in the Shell), Rudolf Klein-Rogge (Metropolis), Jeremy Denzlinger (True Blood), Lisa Maxwell (The Dark Crystal), Forry Ackerman (Famous Monsters of Filmland), Carlo Collodi (The Adventures of Pinocchio), Spider Robinson (Callahan’s Crosstime Saloon), E.R. Eddison (The Worm Ouroboros), Evangeline Walton (The Song of Rhiannon)…

#OTD (23 November) in geeky history in 1963: Doctor Who debuts

Born #OTD (23 November) in geeky history: Boris Karloff (Frankenstein), Michelle Gomez (Doctor Who), Brennan Brown (The Man in the High Castle), Vincent Cassel (The Little Prince), Miley Cyrus (The Emperor’s New School), Kelly Brook (Piranha 3D), Oded Fehr (The Mummy), Maxwell Caulfield (Spider-Man), Ricky Whittle (American Gods), Salli Richardson-Whitfield (Eureka), Page Kennedy (The Meg), Franco Nero (Cars 2), Jonathan Sadowski (Friday the 13th), Lucas Grabeel (Pinky Malinky), Michael Gough (Batman), Chris Hardwick (Lego Dimensions), Lesley Fera (American Horror Story), Nicole Polizzi (Supernatural), Paula Raymond (Blood of Dracula’s Castle), Lisa Marie Johnson (The Thinning), Dominique Dunne (Poltergeist), Danny Hoch (Gotham), Diana Quick (Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka), John Dehner (The Day of the Dolphin), Victor Jory (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Rodrigo Prieto (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Kayvan Novak (What We Do in the Shadows), Robert Easton (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country), Steve Landesberg (Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law), David Rappaport (Time Bandits), Bruce Vilanch (The Ice Pirates), Elmarie Wendel (3rd Rock from the Sun), Tony Bonner (Creatures the World Forgot), Robin Roberts (The Lego Ninjago Movie), Robert Towne (Last Woman on Earth), Susan Anspach (Blue Monkey), Aaron Norris (Ant-Man), Austin Majors (Treasure Planet), Bess Flowers (7 Faces of Dr. Lao), Paul Richards (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Boyd Kestner (The Running Man), Peter Maloney (The Thing), Lateef Crowder (Wonder Woman), Lisa Arch (Evan Almighty), Asher Blinkoff (Hotel Transylvania 2), Sue Nicholls (Pipkins), Robert Popper (Shaun of the Dead), Tim Chiou (iZombie), Nikki Castillo (Summer Camp Island), Brian W. Foster (The Visitation), Ricou Browning (Creature from the Black Lagoon), George O’Hanlon (The Jetsons), Peter Douglas (Something Wicked This Way Comes), Nadia Gray (The Prisoner), George DelHoyo (VR.5), Matthew Rimmer (Zoo), Nana Bryant (Harvey), David Wysocki (Mazes and Monsters), Ellen Drew (The Monster and the Girl), Don Frye (Godzilla: Final Wars), Holly Shanahan (Power Rangers Mystic Force), Toian Matchinga (The Wild Wild West), John Newland (One Step Beyond), Carl Gabriel Yorke (Idle Hands), Nelson S. Bond (Exiles of Time), Wilson Tucker (The Lincoln Hunters), Steven Brust (The Book of Jhereg)…

#OTD (22 November) in geeky history in 1995: Toy Story opens

Born #OTD (22 November) in geeky history: Robert Vaughn (Demon Seed), Scarlett Johansson (Her), Jamie Campbell Bower (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones), Katherine McNamara (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Jamie Lee Curtis (Freaky Friday), Fiona Glascott (Resident Evil), Mark Ruffalo (The Avengers), Dacre Montgomery (Stranger Things), Mads Mikkelsen (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Alden Ehrenreich (Beautiful Creatures), Terry Gilliam (Brazil), Auli’i Cravalho (Moana), Madison Davenport (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Michael Kenneth William (Assassin’s Creed), Richard Kind (Inside Out, Kristin Minter (G vs E), Sidse Babett Knudsen (Westworld), Kathrine Narducci (Miracle on 34th Street), Mackenzie Lintz (Under the Dome), Mariel Hemingway (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace), Josh Cooke (Castle Rock), Rodney Dangerfield (Rover Dangerfield), Tyler Hilton (Extant), Geradine Page (The Bride), James Madio (Hook), Cecilia Suárez (Sense8), Bruce Payne (Dungeons & Dragons), Andrew Knott (Frankenstein’s Wedding…Live in Leeds), Tom Conti (Paddington 2), Nicholas Rowe (Young Sherlock Holmes), Gary Valentine (Zookeeper), Margaret Markov (The Sixth Sense), Brian Robbins (Freakish), Leeanna Walsman (Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones), Mackenzie Gray (Legion), Lee Patrick (7 Faces of Dr. Lao), Reece Thompson (Dreamcatcher), Molly Jackson (Blaze and the Monster Machines), Allen Garfield (The Ninth Gate), Ilia Volok (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Mary Jackson (The Exorcist III), Michael Callan (Mysterious Island), Richard Stanley (Hardware), Elizabeth Patterson (I Married a Witch), Sherry Hursey (The Chronicles of Riddick), Craig Huxley (10 Cloverfield Lane), Arthur Hiller (The Addams Family), Nicholas Boulton (Game of Thrones), Marjane Satrapi (The Voices), Sloane Morgan Siegel (Gortimer Gibbons’ Life on Normal Street), Hoagy Carmichael (Topper), Paul Brooke (Relic Hunter), Stephen Lobo (Continuum), Joe Son (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery), Roland Winters (My Brother the Angel), Lenore Zann (X-Men), Tim Man (Mad Max), Guy Doleman (The Prisoner), Jessica Osbourne (Trekking for God), Florence Schauffler (Pumpkinhead), Harry Wilson (Frankenstein’s Daughter), Johnny Alonso (Batman: Master of Fear), Roy Thomas (Captain Marvel)…

#OTD (21 November) in geeky history in 1973: Westworld opens

Born #OTD (21 November) in geeky history: Jena Malone (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Goldie Hawn (Death Becomes Her), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld), Nicollette Sheridan (The Legend of Tarzan), Harold Ramis (Ghost Busters), Ingrid Pitt (Countess Dracula), Alexander Siddig (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Cynthia Rhodes (Runaway), Cherry Jones (Signs), Marlo Thomas (Cricket on the Hearth), Robert Drivas (The Illustrated Man), Juliet Mills (Nanny and the Professor), Lindsey Haun (Village of the Damned), Colleen Ballinger (Ralph Breaks the Internet), Lorna Luft (The Twilight Zone), Brian McNamara (Short Circuit), Ryan Carnes (Doctor Who), Ralph Meeker (The Food of the Gods), Deborah Shelton (Nemesis), Sean Schemmel (Dragon Ball Z), Nikki Bella (The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown), Brie Bella (The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown), Andrew Davis (Holes), Joseph Campanella (Hangar 18), Jordan Warkol (The Shaggy Dog), Laurence Luckinbill (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier), Michael Strahan (Ice Age: Collision Course), Boomer Phillips (The Handmaid’s Tale), Bryce Cass (Battle Los Angeles), Tamara Gorski (Man with the Screaming Brain), Rain Phoenix (Amazing Stories), Cherie Johnson (Raven), Vivian Blaine (Parasite), Tiny Ron (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Jack Kehoe (Servants of Twilight), Rib Hillis (Shockwave), Helen Horton (Alien), Al Matthews (Aliens), Madeleine Wade (Dance with Werewolves), Bill Oberst Jr. (Age of the Living Dead), Billie Mae Richards (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer), Michael Cavanaugh (The Haunting), Gus Trikonis (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), James A. Watson Jr. (The Possession of Hannah Grace), Jeannot Szwarc (Somewhere in Time), Brook Kerr (True Blood), Charles Korvin (Tarzan’s Savage Fury), Ruby Larocca (The Cemetery), Ashley Mary Nunes (Robot Combat League), Guy Wilson (Werewolf: The Beast Among Us), Michael Witney (Star Trek: The Original Series), Rick Lanz (The Six Million Dollar Man), William Meredith (Doctor Who), Dr. John (Touched by an Angel), Christian Bocher (Stargate SG-1), Christopher Tolkien (The Children of Húrin)…

#OTD (20 November) in geeky history in 1964: First Men in the Moon opens

Born #OTD (20 November) in geeky history: Ming-Na Wen (Mulan), Andrea Riseborough (Oblivion), Sean Young (Blade Runner), Dave O’Donnell (Nuclear Family), Bo Derek (Tarzan the Ape Man), Nadine Velazquez (House of the Dead 2), Laura Harris (The Faculty), Jeremy Jordan (Supergirl), Joel McHale (The X-Files), Richard Dawson (The Running Man), Rodger Bumpass (The Running Man), Sergei Polunin (Peter and the Wolf), Dan Byrd (Salem’s Lot), Darcy Donavan (My Babysiter’s a Vampire), Sabrina Lloyd (Sliders), Richard Masur (The Thing), Amelia Rose Blaire (True Blood), Rhys Wakefield (After the Dark), Cody Linley (That’s So Raven), Veronica Hamel (Lost), Estelle Parsons (The UFO Incident), Joshua Gomez (Invasion), Marisa Ryan (Cold Hearts), Bob Einstein (Strange Magic), Jerry Hardin (Big Trouble in Little China), Ashley Fink (Warren the Ape), Angelica Bridges (Mystery Men), Phyllis Thaxter (Superman), Ned Vaughn (NightScream), Evelyn Keyes (A Return to Salem’s Lot), Mie Hama (King Kong Escapes), Samuel E. Wright (The Little Mermaid), Richard Brooker (Friday the 13th Part III), Melissa Disney (Superman vs. The Elite), Franklin Cover (The Stepford Wives), Danny Dayton (Wonder Woman), Gina Hiraizumi (Seers of the Ninth Island), Reginald Danny (Batman), Mark Miller (The Twilight Zone), Dick Smothers (My Brother the Angel), Kaye Ballard (Freaky Friday), Halley Feiffer (Torchwood), Ptolemy Slocum (Westworld), Dan Frazer (My Favorite Martian), Robert Armstrong (King Kong), Dulcie Gray (Tales from the Crypt), Jason Faunt (Power Rangers Time Force), Mike D (Futurama), Aaron Yan (The X-Family), Jonathan M. Woodward (Firefly), Pedro Luque (Extinction), Colin Fox (PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal), Douglas Dick (Bewitched), Johanna Black (Night of the Living Dead 3D), Gabrielle Stone (Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard), Kon Ichikawa (Princess from the Moon), Jan Maxwell (BrainDead), Bill Wallis (Brazil), Julia Krynke (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Gabriel Carpenter (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Larry Karaszewski (Ed Wood), Don Durant (The Twilight Zone), Kayla Perkins (Nightmare Fuel), John Gardner (Grendel), Don DeLillo (White Noise), Donita K. Paul (Dragonspell)…

#OTD (19 November) in geeky history in 1993: Addams Family Values opens

Born #OTD (19 November) in geeky history: Adam Driver (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Meg Ryan (Anastasia), Jodie Foster (Contact), Allison Janney (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children), Terry Farrell (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Robert Beltran (Star Trek: Voyager), Sandrine Holt (The Returned), Kathleen Quinlan (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Gene Tierney (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir), Katherine Kelly (Life on Mars), Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich), Jason Scott Lee (Lilo & Stitch), Reid Scott (Venom), Douglas Henshall (Primeval), Barry Jenkins (Futurestates), Erika Alexander (Get Out), Mark Bonnar (Humans), Robin Dunne (Sanctuary), Terrence T.C. Carson (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Dan Haggerty (Elves), Glynnis O’Connor (The Twilight Zone), Alan Young (The Time Machine), Eric Nenninger (Jeepers Creepers 2), Nicole Forester (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Wolfgang Bodison (The Appearing), Gary Riley (Misfits of Science), Larry King (Ghostbusters), Tom Villard (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), William Russell (Superman), Eleanor Audley (Sleeping Beauty), Paul Weitz (Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant), Liana Mendoza (American Horror Story), Cleo Massey (H2O: Just Add Water), Allison Balson (Looker), Dick Cavett (Beetlejuice), Tom Virtue (Iron Man 3), Nigel Bennett (Forever Knight), Susan Heyward (Powers), Ted Turner (Captain Planet and the Planeteers), Valli Kemp (Dr. Phibes Rises Again), Charles Bateman (The Munsters), Scott McGinnis (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock), Aimee Brooks (Critters 3), Trevor Bardette (My Favorite Martian), Chris-Pin Martin (Mesa of Lost Women), Norma West (The Prisoner), Savion Glover (Sesame Street), Bobby Naderi (Fear the Walking Dead), Paula Weinstein (Looney Tunes Back in Action), Ahmad Rashad (Space Jam), Alan Baxter (The Outer Limits), Caitlynne Medrek (Dragon Ball), Griffith Jones (The Invisible Man), Sean Kelly (Wonder Woman), Ofra Haza (Prince of Egypt), David Jolliffe (Paranorman), Kerri Strug (Touched by an Angel), Nichole Beattie (The Walking Dead), Richard Alexander (Flash Gordon), Dick Wesson (Destination Moon), Ned Sparks (Alice in Wonderland), Michela Roc (Werewolf in a Girls’ Dormitory), George Hall (The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles), Kristian Ayre (Elf)…

#OTD (18 November) in geeky history in 1994: Star Trek: Generations opens

Born #OTD (18 November) in geeky history: Chloë Sevigny (American Horror Story), Miranda Raison (Nightflyers), Owen Wilson (Cars), Susan Sullivan (Justice League), Elizabeth Perkins (The Flintstones), Damon Wayans Jr. (Big Hero 6), Nasim Pedrad (People of Earth), Oscar Nuñez (People of Earth) Allison Tolman (Krampus), Linda Evans (Beach Blanket Bingo), Jake Abel (Supernatural), Alan Moore (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), David Hemmings (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), Peta Wilson (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), Georgia King (Cockneys vs Zombies), Nick Bateman (Space Janitors), Nick Chinlund (The Chronicles of Riddick), Steven Pasquale (Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem), Nathan Kress (Star Wars Rebels), Robert Kazinsky (Pacific Rim), Delroy Lindo (The Core), Brenda Vaccaro (Supergirl), Tim Guinee (Iron Man), Mike Epps (Resident Evil: Apocalypse), Noah Ringer (The Last Airbender), Jameson Parker (Prince of Darkness), Kevin Nealon (Ghost Squad), Christina Vidal (Freaky Friday), Steven Moffat (Doctor Who), Imogene Coca (It’s About Time), Kath Soucie (Zootopia), Dan Bakkedahl (Grimm), Andrea Marcovicci (Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone), Brad Sullivan (Ghost Story), Daphne Rubin-Vega (The Occultist), Rich Fulcher (The Mighty Boosh), Dennis Haskins (The Boy with the X-Ray Eyes), Arthur J. Nascarella (The X-Files), Carter Burwell (Where the Wild Things Are), Maggie Thrett (Star Trek: The Original Series), Eric Pierpoint (Holes), Goran Kostic (The Last Days on Mars), Phil Buckman (Weird Science), Joseph Ashton (Babes in Toyland), Kip Gilman (ALF), Jon Campling (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1), Elizabeth Anne Allen (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Nic Sampson (Power Rangers Mystic Force), Dom Irrera (Barnyard), George Keymas (The Twilight Zone), Arthur Peterson (The Twilight Zone), Ian McCulloch (Survivors), Devon Weigel (Smallville), Yoshiaki Kawajiri (Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust), Ant McPartlin (Alien Autopsy), Nadia Sawalha (Privateer 2: The Darkening), Andrew Jacobs (Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones), Dana Gonzales (Legion), Andrea Allan (UFO), Katie Johnson (The Quatermass Experiment), Joey Forman (The Nude Bomb), Tohoru Masumune (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Peter Brouwer (Friday the 13th), SABU (Miss Zombie), Max Phipps (The Road Warrior), Les Lye (The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin), Linda Kerridge (Alien from L.A.), Lana Antonova (Slipstream), Margaret Atwood (The Handmaid’s Tale), Alan Dean Foster (Icerigger), Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Boys)…

#OTD (17 November) in geeky history in 2001: Justice League debuts

Born #OTD (17 November) in geeky history: Rachel McAdams (Doctor Strange), Martin Scorsese (Hugo), Tom Ellis (Lucifer), Leslie Bibb (Iron Man), Bojana Novakovic (Devil), Danny DeVito (Batman Returns), Sophie Marceau (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Kara Hayward (Isle of Dogs), Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (The Abyss), Stephen Root (Get Out), Zoë Bell (Xena: Warrior Princess), Diane Neal (Dracula II: Ascension), Harry Lloyd (Game of Thrones), Lauren Hutton (Once Bitten), Rock Hudson (Embryo), RuPaul (Show Dogs), David Ramsey (Arrow), Justin Cooper (Liar Liar), Dylan Walsh (Congo), Evelyne Brochu (Orphan Black), Rance Howard (Small Soldiers), William R. Moses (Alien from L.A.), Brandon Call (The Black Cauldron), Peter Cook (Bedazzled), Jon Cor (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Lorne Michaels (Coneheads), Leonard Roberts (Heroes), Daisy Fuentes (Ghostwriter), Kelly Ward (Challenge of the GoBots), Sarati (Stitchers), Terry (The Wizard of Oz), Roland Joffé (Super Mario Bros.), Jonathan Ross (Valiant), Ralph Garman (Ted), Dan Paul Martin (Misfits of Science), Roberta Collins (Wonder Women), Robert Brown (Star Trek: The Original Series), Stuart Stone (Donnie Darko), Fenella Fielding (Carry on Screaming!), Doug Walker (To Boldly Flee), Salvator Xuereb (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Ed Brubaker (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Brian T. Delaney (Total Recall), Steven E. de Souza (Cadillacs and Dinosaurs), Felice Schachter (Zapped!), Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files), Attila C. Arpa (Mars), Jon Avnet (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow), Harold Bennett (Adam Adamant Lives!), Kyle Dean Massey (Peter Rabbit), Patrick McHale (Adventure Time), Elizabeth Janes (The Dream Lady), Frank Maxwell (The Second Hundred Years), Neva Small (The Laser Man), David Warbeck (Treasure Island in Outer Space), Sara Haden (She-Wolf of London), Douglas M. Griffin (Terminator Genisys), Mischa Auer (Tarzan the Fearless), James Warwick (Iron Man), Natalie Stone (30,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Duwayne Dunham (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Bill Lancaster (The Thing), David Price (Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde), George Morgan (The Ghost & Mrs. Muir), Byron Keith (Batman), Curt Lowens (Babylon 5), Alfie Wise (Legends of the Superheroes), Christopher Sciuref (Krypton), William Tannen (Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land), John Wells (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes), Kevin James (Droid), Brett Gipson (Knights of Badassdom), Betty Bronson (Peter Pan), Isaac Jin Solstein (The Last Airbender), Lauren Maltby (Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century), Silvia Mathis Manning (The Last Dragon), Christopher Paolini (Eragon)…

#OTD (16 November) in geeky history in 1976: Carrie opens

Born #OTD (16 November) in geeky history: Maggie Gyllenhaal (The Dark Knight), Michael Irby (Almost Human), Missi Pyle (Galaxy Quest), Lisa Bonet (Life on Mars), Martha Plimpton (The Goonies), Marg Helgenberger (Species), Kimberly J. Brown (Halloweentown), Burgess Meredith (The Twilight Zone), Ona Grauer (House of the Dead), Clu Gulager (The Return of the Living Dead), Emma Ishta (Stitchers), Ellen Albertini Dow (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Noah Gray-Cabey (Lady in the Water), Gemma Atkinson (Night Wolf), Miguel Sandoval (Jurassic Park), Tammy Lauren (Wishmaster), Brooke Elliot (Drop Dead Diva), Harry Lennix (Man of Steel), Royal Dano (Killer Klowns from Outer Space), Gigi Edgley (Farscape), James Parks (True Blood), Stephi Lineburg (Ghostwriter), Patricia Barry (Ghostwriter), Alexa Havins (Torchwood), Brandon Larracuente (Bright), Dean McDermott (Earth: Final Conflict), Brandi Glanville (The Hungover Games), Joanna Pettet (Knight Rider), Christine Narnos (Star Trek: Voyager), Kristen Harris (Channel Zero), Steve Railsback (Lifeforce), Wai Ching Ho (Daredevil), Mark Benton (The Second Coming), Guy Stockwell (It’s Alive), Clay Virtue (The Chronicles of Riddick), Barbara Payton (Bride of the Gorilla), Barbara Leigh (Mistress of the Apes), Diana Krall (Pete the Cat), David Leisure (ALF), Caitlin Glass (Fullmetal Alchemist), Demore Barnes (The Flash), Dan Shor (TRON), Thom Williams (Doom Patrol), Jun Kunimura (The Wailing), Daws Butler (The Jetsons), Mackenyu (Pacific Rim: Uprising), Francesca Scorsese (Hugo), Shigeru Miyamoto (Super Mario Bros.), Richard Hale (Star Trek: The Original Series), Griff Rhys Jones (Jack and the Beanstalk), Michael Faustino (The Monster Squad), Carla Mendonça (My Parents Are Aliens), Danny Wallace (Assassin’s Creed II), Bobs Watson (On Borrowed Time), George Petrie (The Day After), Tricia Cast (The Ghosts of Buxley Hall), Oksana Baiul (The Wizard of Oz on Ice), Amber Bartlett (Monsterwolf), Misha Kuznetsov (666 Park Avenue), Robert Butler (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Gavin Grazer (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Mònica Van Campen (Faust), Mary Linda Rapelye (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jan Skene (Devil’s Gate), Levan Gabriadze (Unfriended), Florian Fitz (Equilibrium), Julie Johnson (Barney & Friends), Halliwell Hobbes (Here Comes Mr. Jordan), José Saramago (Blindness), Robin McKinley (The Hero and the Crown), Joan Lindsay (Picnic at Hanging Rock), Marilyn Ross (Dark Shadows)…

#OTD (15 November) in geeky history in 1985: Once Bitten opens

Born #OTD (15 November) in geeky history: Yaphet Kotto (Alien), Shailene Woodley (Divergent), Ray McKinnon (Fear the Walking Dead), Emma Dumont (The Gifted), Beverly D’Angelo (Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills), Jonny Lee Miller (Dracula 2000), Sean Murray (Hocus Pocus), Sydney Tamiia Poitier (Grindhouse), Susie Abromeit (Jessica Jones), Jay Harrington (Better Off Ted), Kevin J. O’Connor (The Mummy), Yaya DaCosta (In Time), Sam Waterston (Capricorn One), Edward Asner (Up), Kathleen Rose Perkins (Colony), Bob Gunton (Daredevil), Laci J Mailey (Falling Skies), Rachel True (The Craft), Joanna Barnes (Tarzan, the Ape Man), Zena Grey (The Shaggy Dog), Danny Sapani (Black Panther), David Kajganich (Pet Sematary), Gloria Foster (The Matrix), J.C. Brandy (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Margaret Reed (Star Trek: The Next Generation), James Widdoes (Disco Beaver from Outer Space), Randy Savage (Spider-Man), Carol Bruce (The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists), Roger Donaldson (Species), Whitman Mayo (Mr. Merlin), Petula Clark (Finian’s Rainbow), Thalmus Rasulala (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Jack Burns (The Muppet Movie), Kay Walsh (Scrooge), Lewis Fitz-Gerald (Pitch Black), Sammy Sheik (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), John Orchard (Bedknobs and Broomsticks), Richard Narita (Galaxis), Susie Ewing (The Six Million Dollar Man), Mauro Fiore (Avatar), Lewis Stone (The Mask of Fu Manchu), Danny Kamekona (Robot Jox), Judy Gold (SuperNormal), Kanata Hongô (Fullmetal Alchemist), Bill Melendez (A Charlie Brown Christmas), Greta Gynt (The Invisible Man), Barbara Cason (House of Dark Shadows), Roberta Weiss (The Dead Zone), Makee K. Blaisdell (Star Trek: The Original Series), Scott Rinker (Lucifer), Geoffrey Toone (Doctor Who), Colin Cunningham (The Incredible Hulk), Daniel Casey (Drag Me to Hell), Daniel Pinkwater (Lizard Music), William Hope Hodgson (Carnacki, the Ghost Finder), J.G. Ballard (The Drowned World)…

#OTD (14 November) in geeky history in 1985: Shadow Chasers debuts

Born #OTD (14 November) in geeky history: Sandahl Bergman (Conan the Barbarian), Olga Kurylenko (Oblivion), Ivanna Sakhno (Pacific Rim: Uprising), Laura San Giacomo (Gargoyles), Patrick Warburton (The Tick), Josh Duhamel (Transformers), Stella Maeve (The Magicians), Delphine Chanéac (Splice), Laura Ramsey (The Ruins), Russell Tovey (Being Human), Vanessa Bayer (The Awesomes), Harland Williams (Robots), David Moscow (Big), Brian Gleeson (Snow White and the Huntsman), Paul McGann (Doctor Who), Veronica Lake (I Married a Witch), D.B. Sweeney (Fire in the Sky), Brian Keith (Spider-Man), Dick Powell (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), McLean Stevenson (The Cat from Outer Space), Florina Kendrick (Dracula), Dana Snyder (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Rosemary DeCamp (13 Ghosts), Michala Banas (Mirror, Mirror), Gary Grubbs (The X-Files), Robert Ginty (Warrior of the Lost World), Matt Cedeño (Z Nation), Ray Sharkey (Hellhole), Chris Demetral (Sometimes They Come Back), Bill Farmer (A Goofy Movie), Vedette Lim (True Blood), Dimitri Leonidas (Doctor Who), Atsuko Tanaka (Ghost in the Shell), Maggie Roswell (The Simpsons), Jennifer Steede (Stargate SG-1), Kathleen Hughes (It Came from Outer Space), Paul Attanasio (Sphere), Hovik Keuchkerian (Assassin’s Creed), Gene Farber (Captain America: Civil War), Elizabeth Keifer (Superboy), Nour El-Refai (Frostbitten), Jennifer Jayne (The Crawling Eye), Chris Noonan (Babe), Don Stewart (Future Force), Tom Hatten (The Secret of NIMH), Michael Robbins (the Great Muppet Caper), Sherwood Schwartz (Gilligan’s Planet), Ann Way (Brazil), Bill Bolender (RoboCop 2), Wendy Carlos (TRON), Joe Davison (Stranger Things), Mariya Kozhevnikova (Dark World), Paul Hirsch (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Letitia Dean (Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time), William Steig (Shrek)…

#OTD (13 November) in geeky history in 1933: The Invisible Man opens

Born #OTD (13 November) in geeky history: Hermione Baddeley (Batman), Gerard Butler (How to Train Your Dragon), Chris Noth (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths), Frances Conroy (Catwoman), Kim Director (Cavemen), Whoopi Goldberg (Ghost), Noah Hathaway (The NeverEnding Story), Aisha Hinds (Under the Dome), Steve Zahn (War for the Planet of the Apes), Tom Atkins (The Fog), Garry Marshall (Mork & Mindy), Jordan Bridges (Frequency), Joe Mantegna (Dead Like Me), Caroline Goodall (Hook), Devon Bostick (Okja), Tracy Scoggins (Babylon 5), Art Malik (The Wolfman), Jack Elam (The Aurora Encounter), Neil Flynn (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command), Nikki Hahn (American Horror Story), Rex Linn (Zombeavers), Jimmy Kimmel (The Smurfs 2), Adrienne Corri (A Clockwork Orange), Don Gordon (The Final Conflict), Richard Mulligan (Star Trek: Judgment Rites), Michael Copon (The Scorpion King: Rise of a Warrior), Dack Rambo (Wonder Woman), Mikki Jamison (Wonder Woman), Linda Christian (The Devil’s Hand), Adelle Lutz (Beetlejuice), Oskar Werner (Fahrenheit 451), Takuya Kimura (Space Battleship Yamato), Jimmy Hawkins (It’s a Wonderful Life), Robert Sterling (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Nita Naldi (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), J.A. Preston (Americathon), Michael Chambers (Casper), Madeleine Sherwood (The Flying Nun), Nobu McCarthy (Mister Ed), Stephen Full (Dog with a Blog), Will Ryan (The Land Before Time), Camilla Power (Torchwood), Bobby Clark (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Helen Mack (Son of Kong), Timothy E. Goodwin (Bubba Ho-Tep), Ashley Palmer (Paranormal Activity), Marit Velle Kile (Blade II), Robert Louis Stephenson (Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Philip Francis Nowlan (Armageddon – 2419 A.D.) Stephen Baxter (The Time Ships), J.R. Rain (Moon Dance)…

#OTD (12 November) in geeky history in 1982: Creepshow opens

Born #OTD (12 November) in geeky history: Anne Hathaway (The Dark Knight Rises), Ashleigh Williams (Warehouse 13), Ryan Gosling (Blade Runner 2049), Gustaf Skarsgård (The Invisible), Megan Mullally (Hotel Transylvania 2), Radha Mitchell (Pitch Black), Valerie Leon (Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb), Cote de Pablo (Prototype), Wallace Shawn (The Princess Bride), Harvey Stephens (The Omen), Alexandria Maria Lara (Geostorm), Craig Parker (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Neil Young (Dead Man), Tamala Jones (Ghost Whisperer), Ben Aldridge (Pennyworth), Kim Hunter (Planet of the Apes), Rebecca Wisocky (American Horror Story), Sibylla Deen (The Last Ship), Kelly Kruger (Knight Rider), Max Grodénchik (The Rocketeer), Lex Lang (Star Wars Resistance), Ina Balin (Battlestar Galactica), Jacques Tourneur (Cat People), Daisy McCrackin (Halloween: Resurrection), Daz Crawford (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Alex Carter (Point Pleasant), Liam Dunn (Young Frankenstein), Sam Lloyd (Galaxy Quest), Rhonda Shear (Spaceballs), Lourdes Benedicto (V), Jerry Douglas (The Greatest American Hero), Julie Ege (The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires), Mary Louise Wilson (Pet Sematary), Jack Oakie (Alice in Wonderland), Shelbie Bruce (Moonlight), Richard Ney (The Outer Limits), Ray Kellogg (The Outer Limits), Paul Maxwell (Aliens), Campion Murphy (Blankman), Richard Quine (Bell, Book and Candle), Macy Cruthird (The Occupants), Kate Bell (Macbeth), Nima Nourizadeh (American Ultra), John Hollis (Flash Gordon), Trish Rainone (The Void), Tevin Campbell (A Goofy Movie), Karen Sheperd (Mystery Men), Louane Gideon (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Mark Cartier (The Core), Carl Ciarfalio (The Fantastic Four), Emily Peden (New Zoo Review), Richard Fire (Poltergeist III), William Lanteau (Wonder Woman), Ayshea Brough (UFO), Ernie “Ghoulardi” Anderson (Shock Theater), Robert Lawrenson (Underworld: Awakening), Mark Russell (The Invaders), Lesley Aletter (Alien: Resurrection), Michael Ende (The NeverEnding Story), Richelle Mead (Vampire Academy), Michael Bishop (No Enemy But Time), John R. Neill (The Wonder City of Oz)…

#OTD (11 November) in geeky history in 1994: The Santa Clause opens

Born #OTD (11 November) in geeky history: Leonardo DiCaprio (Inception), Amy Rutberg (Daredevil), Demi Moore (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), Tye Sheridan (X-Men: Apocalypse), Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games), Melanie Liburd (Dark Matter), Bill Moseley (Repo! The Genetic Opera), Calista Flockhart (Supergirl), Alison Doody (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Scoot McNairy (Monsters), Christa B. Allen (13 Going on 30), Alexandra Kyle (13 Going on 30), Ashleigh Cummings (NOS4A2), Adam Beach (Suicide Squad), Vincent Schiavelli (Ghost), Anne-Marie Martin (Dr. Strange), Jill Whitlow (Weird Science), Richard Dormer (Game of Thrones), Dean S. Jagger (Game of Thrones), Gary Pillai (Game of Thrones), Robert Ryan (Captain Nemo and the Underwater City), David Deluise (Wizards of Waverly Place), Nina Senicar (Shortwave), Jonathan Winters (Mork & Mindy), Camille Hyde (Power Rangers Dino Charge), Bibi Andersson (The Seventh Seal), John Guillerman (King Kong), Dennis Fimple (King Kong), Jennifer Jostyn (Deep Impact), Philip McKeon (Sandman), Rachel Sterling (Xenophobia), Connor Price (Being Human), Donna Wilkes (90210 Shark Attack), Roland Young (Topper), Brother Theodore (The Last Unicorn), Tyler Christopher (F.R.E.D.I.), Suzanne Lloyd (The Twilight Zone), Patric Knowles (The Wolf Man), Stephen Lee (Miracles), Carson Kressley (The Year Without a Santa Claus), Ashley Rose (Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance), June Whitfield (Doctor Who), Peter Parros (Knight Rider), Scott Plank (Holes), Gerard Horan (Beauty and the Beast), Michael Arndt (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Eyal Podell (Deep Blue Sea), Carlos Lacamara (Independence Day), Stubby Kaye (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Gabriella Hall (Click), Suzanne O’Donnell (C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud), John Reilly (Iron Man), Ian Patrick (Looper), Jennifer Celotta (Greg the Bunny), Lloyd Berry (Jumanji), Harry Holcombe (Empire of the Ants), Cole Heppell (The Fog), Kurt Vonnegut Jr. (Slaughterhouse-Five), Mack Reynolds (The Mercenary from Tomorrow), Peg Kehret (Horror at the Haunted House)…

#OTD (10 November) in geeky history in 2012: The Littlest Pet Shop debuts

Born #OTD (10 November) in geeky history: Roland Emmerich (Independence Day), Barry Del Sherman (Independence Day), Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Mackenzie Foy (Interstellar), Taron Egerton (Watership Down), Harry Andrews (Watership Down), Zoey Deutsch (Vampire Academy), Walton Goggins (Predators), Brittany Murphy (The Prophecy II), Ellen Pompeo (Daredevil), Michael Jai White (Spawn), Lou Ferrigno Jr. (Teen Wolf), Josh Peck (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Vanessa Angel (Lycan), Genevieve Buechner (The 100), Heather Matarazzo (Now and Again), Debra Hill (Halloween), Richard Burton (1984), Clare Higgins (Hellraiser), Mackenzie Phillips (So Weird), Hugh Bonneville (Paddington), Roy Scheider (SeaQuest 2032), Sinbad (Coneheads), Matt Craven (X-Men: First Class), Ennio Morricone (Mission to Mars), Claude Rains (The Invisible Man), Joanna Moore (Monster on the Campus), Norma Crane (One Step Beyond), Eve (Spider-Man), Grant Cramer (Killer Klowns from Outer Space), Peter Craig (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1), Mabel Normand (Brown’s Seance), Tracy Morgan (The Boxtrolls), Russell Johnson (This Island Earth), Britt Irvin (Smallville), Vince Vieluf (Epic Movie), Ann Reinking (Annie), Jack Scalia (The Rift), Russell Means (Pocahontas), Tommy Davidson (Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls), Lea Moreno (Demon Hunter), David Paetkau (Colony), Luke Bilyk (Lost Girl), Athena Massey (Black Scorpion), Jennifer Cody (The Princess and the Frog), Richard Bradford (Earth 2), Andy Mientus (The Flash), William Henry (The Television Spy), Pippa Scott (The Twilight Zone), John Dennis Johnston (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Stephen Herek (Critters), Alaina Reed-Hall (Death Becomes Her), Orny Adams (Teen Wolf), Darla Haun (Dracula: Dead and Loving It), Albert Hall (Brimstone), Don Henderson (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Matt Mullins (Divergent), Lora Anne Criswell (Practical Magic), Niketa Calame-Harris (The Lion King), Brenda Venus (Deathsport), Trevor Devall (Guardians of the Galaxy), Emerson Tenney (Planes), Michael Dickson (Soliers of the Apocalypse), Tim Rice (Aladdin), Scott Moutter (Reign of Fire), Maude Eburne (The Vampire Bat), Steven Geray (Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter), Neil Gaiman (American Gods), Holly Black (The Spiderwick Chronicles)…

#OTD (9 November) in geeky history in 1990: Child’s Play 2 opens

Born #OTD (9 November) in geeky history: Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk), Analeigh Tipton (The Green Hornet), Eric Dane (The Last Ship), Teryl Rothery (Stargate SG-1), Charles Robinson (Project: ALF), Hedy Lamarr (Samson and Delilah), Scottie Thompson (12 Monkeys), Elysia Rotaru (Arrow), Robert Duncan McNeill (Masters of the Universe), Gabrielle Miller (The Good Witch), Karen Dotrice (Mary Poppins), Ed Wynn (Alice in Wonderland), Nikki Blonsky (Pup Star), Nick Lachey (Bewitched), Vanessa Lachey (The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer), Cory Hardrict (Warm Bodies), John Megna (Star Trek: The Original Series), Dorothy Dandridge (Tarzan’s Peril), Robert Douglas (Tarzan, the Ape Man), Fernando Meirelles (Blindness), Robert David Hall (Starship Troopers), Ion Overman (Ghost Whisperer), Bille August (The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles), Tod Andrews (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Severn Darden (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Ian Hallard (Doctor Who), Lori Lively (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Thomas F. Duffy (Independence Day), Pamela McMyer (Halloween II), Edna May Oliver (Alice in Wonderland), Mae Marsh (Alice in Wonderland), Sisqó (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Jason Antoon (Minority Report), Kelly Harmon (Battlestar Galactica), Louise Troy (Ghostbusters II), Paulene Myers (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), John DiRenzo (After Earth), Pepa (Sharknado 2: The Second One), Gertrude Astor (The Devil’s Hand), Mark A.Z. Dippé (Spawn), Tony Slattery (The Rocky Horror Tribute Show), Oliver Ackland (The Originals), Ellen McLaughlin (Junior), Robert Gillespie (Survivors), Dodie Brown (American Horror Story), Joanna Riding (Into the Woods), Patrick McAlinney (The Omen), Joe C. (Osmosis Jones), Alan Caillou (Quark), Jordan Black (Save the Supers), Stephen Quadros (Dr. Caligari), Lewis Van Bergen (The Relic), Tyler Coppin (Winchester), Carl Sagan (Contact), Marina Warner (Wonder Tales)…

#OTD (8 November) in geeky history in 2012: Angry Birds Star Wars released

Born #OTD (8 November) in geeky history: Jessica Lowndes (The Haunting of Molly Hartley) Parker Posey (Lost in Space), Michael Nyqvist (London Voodoo), Dania Ramirez (Heroes), Tara Reid (Sharknado), Matthew Rhys (Mowgli), Alain Delon (Shock Treatment), Gretchen Mol (Nightflyers), Courtney Thorne-Smith (Batman: New Times), Mary Hart (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius), Steve J. Palmer (Moonbound24: The Movie), Kaniehtiio Horn (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Alfre Woodard (Star Trek: First Contact), Jocelin Donahue (The House of the Devil), Azura Skye (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Riker Lynch (The Adventures of Pinocchio), Megan Cavanagh (Dracula: Dead and Loving It), Richard Curtis (About Time), Phil Fondacaro (Willow), Gordon Ramsay (Smurfs: The Lost Village), Magda Apanowicz (The Butterfly Effect), Norman Lloyd (Seven Days), Leif Garrett (The Whispering), Keir O’Donnell (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), Brooke Lyons (iZombie), Bradley Gregg (Stand by Me), Don McManus (Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant), Joe Flynn (The Rescuers), Jennifer Banko (Barb Wire), Darla Hood (Gulliver’s Travels Beyond the Moon), Chris Rankin (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Gonzalo Menendez (Spectral), Jeff Speakman (Escape from Atlantis), Esther Rolle (The Incredible Hulk), Robert Strauss (Bewitched), Aden Gillett (Shadow of the Vampire), Jack Osbourne (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Kamar de los Reyes (Sleepy Hollow), Jill Banner (Spider Baby), Quinn Culin (Wish Kid), June Havoc (A Return to Salem’s Lot), Randi Brooks (The Man with Two Brains), Vilma Szécsi (Blade Runner 2049), Sal Lopez (Return of the Living Dead II), Gene Saks (Out There), Colin Strause (Skyline), Lawrence P. Casey (Beyond Westworld), John Costelloe (Kazaam), François Petit (Mortal Kombat), Salvatore Cascio (Cyber Eden), Elizabeth Avellan (Predators), Jared Kusnitz (Dance of the Dead), David Sherrill (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), John Musker (Aladdin), Akari Endo (Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf), Kazuo Ishiguro (Never Let Me Go), Nell Scovell (Warehouse 13), Tamara Landry (Beach Babes from Beyond), Nerys Hughes (Doctor Who), Jason Matthew Smith (Star Trek), Bruno Gunn (Westworld), Kay Hawtrey (Videodrome), Bram Stoker (Dracula), Ben Bova (Colony)…

#OTD (7 November) in geeky history in 1932: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century radio show debuts

Born #OTD (7 November) in geeky history: Adam Devine (Penn Zeno: Part-Time Hero), Jason London (The Rage: Carrie 2), Lindsay Duncan (The Leftovers), Sophia Ali (The Walking Deceased), Christopher Knight (The Brady Kids), Rachele Brooke Smith (Nightmare Shark), Dana Plato (Beyond the Bermuda Triangle), Christopher Daniel Barnes (The Little Mermaid), Yunjim Kim (Lost), Judy Parfitt (Ever After: A Cinderella Story), Jeremy London (Basilisk: The Serpent King), Michele Clunie (Teen Wolf), Jackie Joseph (The Little Shop of Horrors), Michael Byrne (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Shannon Whirry (Cowboys Vs. Vampires), Mike Henry (The Orville), Beverly Adams (Torture Garden), Billy Gallo (Night of the Demons), Dean Jagger (X the Unknown), Malcolm Danare (Godzilla), Dakin Matthews (BrainDead), Earl Boen (The Terminator), Lucas Neff (Big Hero 6 The Series), Barry Newman (G-Men from Hell), Dennis Holahan (Halloween II), Rick Malambri (Surrogates), Michael Papajohn (Jurassic World), Billy Green Bush (Critters), Oliver Chris (Frankenstein: Birth of a Monster), Carl Steven (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), Holmes Osborne (Donnie Darko), Melyssa Ade (Jason X), Troy Byer (Alien Avengers), Tracie Savage (Friday the 13th Part III), Garn Stephens (Halloween III: Season of the Witch), Alonna Shaw (Cyborg Cop), Garrett M. Brown (I Am Number Four), Reba Buhr (Children of the Whales), Matthew Hurley (Pumpkinhead), Paul Terry (James and the Giant Peach), Billy Booth (The Snow Queen), Noah Lomax (The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water), Gerry Lopez (Conan the Barbarian), John Aylward (Armageddon), Lucille La Verne (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), Judy Tenuta (Space Ghost Coast to Coast), Pearl Argyle (Things to Come), Gil Junger (Black Knight), Lisa Canning (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Fred Wolf (Little Nicky), Gloria LeRoy (Charmed), Lila Kaye (An American Werewolf in London), Titos Vandis (The Exorcist), King Kong Bundy (Pororo, the Snow Fairy Village Adventure), Melissa Stribling (Horror of Dracula), Bobbi Jene Smith (Annihilation), Lotta Losten (Lights Out), Rio Fanning (Doctor Who), John Welsh (Krull), Thomas Brown Henry (20 Million Miles to Earth), Preston Vanderslice (Arrow), Nic Rasenti (Origin), Garret Sato (The Wolverine), C.K. Steffel (Frankenhooker), Derek Francis (Scrooge), Brian Gant (Grimm), R.A. Lafferty (Past Master), Guy Gavriel Kay (Ysabel)…

#OTD (6 November) in geeky history in 1994: Earth 2 debuts

Born #OTD (6 November) in geeky history: Emma Stone (The Amazing Spider-Man), Sally Fields (The Amazing Spider-Man), Kelly Rutherford (The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.), Thandie Newton (Westworld), Ethan Hawke (Explorers), Zoe McLellan (Dungeons & Dragons), Rebecca Romijn (X-Men), Taryn Manning (All American Christmas Carol), Rebecca Schaeffer (Out of Time), Lori Singer (VR.5), Wiley Wiggins (The Faculty), Hero Fiennes Tiffin (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), Michael Cerveris (Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant), Katie Leclerc (Mesmerized), Peter Deluise (Stargate SG-1), Mike Nichols (Wolf), Patina Miller (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1), June Squibb (Ghost Whisperer), Susan Downey (The Book of Eli), Brad Davis (Child of Darkness, Child of Light), Jonathan Harris (Lost in Space), Carolyn Seymour (Mortal Kombat: Annihilation), Lance Kerwin (Enemy Mine), Sal Vulcano (12 Monkeys), Nigel Havers (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Kris Wu (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets), Cam Clarke (Akira), Lisa Fuller (The Monster Squad), Vidal Peterson (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Jean Brassard (The Sandman), Ron Underwood (Tremors), Theresa Tilly (The Evil Dead), Kerry Conran (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow), Brad Grunberg (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Jonna Lee (Otherworld), Luke Allen-Gale (Captain America: The First Avenger), Dong-Wook Lee (Goblin), Trace Beaulieu (Mystery Science Theater 3000), Patrick Richwood (Jessica Jones), Arkie Whitely (The Road Warrior), Donald Houston (Clash of the Titans), Nicole Dubuc (Young Justice), Kevin Geer (The Men Who Stare at Goats), Harlan Warde (The Monster That Challenged the World), Francis Lederer (The Return of Dracula), George Hertzberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Gary Goetzman (Where the Wild Things Are), Selena Royale (Robot Monster), Ho-Sung Pak (Bloodrayne), Cullen Douglas (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Sandy Robson (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Irene Ware (The Raven), Grazina Frame (My Partner the Ghost), Tara MacGowran (The Vanishing Man), Puneet Issar (Superman), Paul Perri (Demolition Man), Garrett Kruithof (Sleepy Hollow), Charles Harrelson (Fear the Walking Dead)…

#OTD (5 November) in geeky history in 1955 (fictional): Doctor Emmett Brown gets the inspiration for a time machine, which he eventually creates (Back to the Future)

Born #OTD (5 November) in geeky history: Tilda Swinton (Doctor Strange), Famke Janssen (X-Men), Sam Rockwell (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Harris Yulin (Ghostbusters II), Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Tatum O’Neil (Faerie Tale Theatre), Sam Page (Point Pleasant), Sam Shepard (Charlotte’s Web), Seth Gilliam (Starship Troopers), Corin Nemec (Sand Sharks), Madison McLaughlin (Arrow), Michael Gaston (The Man in the High Castle), Jon-Erik Hexum (Voyagers!), Judy Reyes (iZombie), Jan Shutan (Star Trek: The Original Series), Eric Menyuk (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Armin Shimerman (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Shawn Ora Engemann (Rover Dangerfield), Elke Sommer (The Astral Factor), Romi Dames (Winx Club), Sebastian Arcelus (Winx Club), Natalie Schafer (Gilligan’s Planet), Gina Mastrogiacomo (The X-Files), Elizabeth Rice (From Within), Mario Yedidia (Warriors of Virtue), Jer Adrianne Lelliott (Smallville), Herb Edelman (Batman: The Animated Series), Alexa Chung (Neo Yokio), Landon Giminez (Resurrection), Roy Rogers (Wonder Woman), Mo Gaffney (Ghost Whisperer), Richard Davalos (Something Wicked This Way Comes), Nestor Serrano (The Day After Tomorrow), David Battley (Krull), Art Garfunkel (Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme), J.D. Evermore(The Walking Dead), Chris Addision (Doctor Who), Victor Argo (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), John McGiver (Mr. Terrific), Roxy Olin (Sleepy Hollow), Leila Minmack (Becoming Human), Patricia Harty (Quantum Leap), Ralph Moody (Adventures of Superman), Isela Vega (The Bloody Monks), Kalia Prescott (The Hunger Games),Chris Robinson (The Intruder), David Mattey (Hancock), Russ Grieve (The Dead Don’t Die), Eugene Lipinski (Superman II), Eddie Pepitone (The Muppets), S. John Launer (I Was a Teenage Werewolf), Nikolette Noel (Dracula: The Dark Prince), Willoughby Gray (The Princess Bride), Jessie Ralph (Mark of the Vampire), Shontae Saldana (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Susan Jennifer Sullivan (Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood), Howard McGillin (The Swan Princess), Margaret Teele (The Human Duplicators), Andrew Hayden-Smith (Doctor Who), Charles Bradley (Luke Cage), Kenneth Waller (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Theodore Von Eltz (Topper), Leni Parker (Earth: Final Conflict), Laura Summer (The Butterfly Effect), H. Warner Munn born (King of the World’s Edge), Jeff Rovin (The Encyclopedia of Superheroes)…

#OTD (4 November) in geeky history: in 1895 – The Wizard of the Nile operetta opens on Broadway; in 2005 – Chicken Little opens

Born #OTD (4 November) in geeky history: Lani John Tupu (Farscape), Matthew McConaughey (Interstellar), Anthony Ruivivar (Starship Troopers), Olivia Taylor Dudley (The Magicians), Markie Post (Transformers Prime), Ralph Macchio (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead), Fivel Stewart (Hansel & Gretel: Warriors of Witchcraft), Warren Christie (Alphas), Samantha Smith (Supernatural), Travis Van Winkle (Transformers), Loretta Switt (It’s a Bird.. It’s a Plane… It’s Superman!), Jean-Luc Bilodeau (Kyle XY), Kiersten Warren (Bicentennial Man), Gig Young (Spectre), Ken Kirzinger (Freddy vs. Jason), Doris Roberts (Aliens in the Attic), Tabu (Life of Pi), Alexz Johnson (So Weird), Justine Waddell (Dracula 2000), Art Carney (Firestarter), Monique Parent (Jurassic City), Gary Stretch (Jurassic Attack), Cameron Mitchell (Frankenstein Island), Kathy Griffin (Spider-Man), Martin Balsam (Murder in Space), Darcy Rose Byrnes (The Legend of Korra), Sean “Diddy” Combs (Muppets Most Wanted), Emme Rylan (Impulse Black), Leonardo Cimino (Dune), Ian Wolfe (THX 1138), Linda Haynes (Latitude Zero), Deborah Rennard (Land of Doom), Heather Tom (Little Dead Rotting Hood), Krista Bridges (Land of the Dead), Ji-seob So (Kitaro and the Millennium Curse), Goran D. Kleut (Alien: Covenant), Wendy Hoopes (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Myles Pollard (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Daniel Faraldo (Knight Rider), Erin O’Brien (Tremors), Curtis Stone (Trolls), Berlinda Tobert (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), John Vickery (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Walter Cronkite (We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story), Bethenny Frankel (Wish Me Luck), Virginia Field (The Earth Dies Screaming), Irene Tsu (Star Trek: Voyager), Joseph Will (Star Trek: Voyager), Kate Reid (The Andromeda Strain), Bill Thurman (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Shaun Williamson (The Invention of Lying), Joe Pytka (Space Jam), Will Rogers (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), Michael Greene (*batteries not included), Helene Stanton (The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues), Noam Pitlik (Holmes and Yoyo), Peter Lord (Chicken Run), Barbara Howard (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Chris Cason (Dragon Ball Z), Jonathan Kimmel (South Park), Tara Dane (Amber in the Shadows), Kristin Cast (Marked)…

#OTD (3 November) in geeky history in 1954: Gojira (Godzilla) opens in Japan

Born #OTD (3 November) in geeky history: Tom Savini (Day of the Dead), Dolph Lundgren (Masters of the Universe), Antonia Thomas (Misfits), Charles Bronson (The Twilight Zone), Roseanne Barr (She-Devil), Jim Cummings (Darkwing Duck), Kate Capshaw (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), Lois Smith (Minority Report), Trevor Einhorn (The Magicians), Kendall Jenner (The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange), Vincent Franklin (From Hell), Gary Ross (Pleasantville), Gemma Ward (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Kathy Kinney (Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot), Julie Berman (Sand Sharks), Aneta Corsaut (The Blob), Ken Berry (The Cat from Outer Space), Jeremy Brett (Macbeth), Lee Montgomery (Ben), Dylan Moran (Shaun of the Dead), Brian Henson (Labyrinth), Debbie Rochon (Slime City Massacre), Shadoe Stevens (The Incredible Hulk), Angus McLaren (H2O: Just Add Water), Leonard Stone (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Dennis Miller (Bordello of Blood), Aria Wallace (Roxy Hunter and the Myth of the Mermaid), Claudia Barrett (Robot Monster), Marjean Holden (Mortal Kombat: Annihilation), Sticky Fingaz (Speed Demons), Belén Fabra (The Ministry of Time), Paprika Steen (The Substitute), Wanda Hendrix (Bewitched), John Barry (Howard the Duck), Mike Evans (Far Out Space Nuts), Brigitte Lin (The Bride with White Hair), Merab Ninidze (Jupiter’s Moon), Kari Michaelson (Saturday the 14th), Marcus Toji (The Legend of Korra), Lulu (Nellie the Elephant), Bert Freed (Invaders from Mars), Devika Parikh (That’s So Raven), Adam Faraizl (It), Jean Rollin (The Shiver of the Vampires), Adam Ant (Batman: The Animated Series), Larry Gelman (Dreamscape), Gary Anthony Sturgis (Virtuosity), Robert Quarry (Count Yorga, Vampire), Kristoffer Ryan Winters (Contact), Ever Anderson (Resident Evil: The Final Chapter), Timothy Patrick Murphy (Doin’ Time on Planet Earth), Daniel Pemberton (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword), Gary Olsen (The Day of the Triffids), Greg Pitt (Terminator Salvation), Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Chadd Nyerges (Sometimes They Come Back), Ólafur Arnalds (The Hunger Games), Richard Hurndall (Doctor Who), Osamu Tezuko (Kimba the White Lion), M.A.R. Barker (The Man of Gold), Martin Cruz Smith (Nightwing), Daniel Hood (Fanuilh)…

#OTD (2 November) in geeky history in 2001: Monsters, Inc. opens

Born #OTD (2 November) in geeky history: Burt Lancaster (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Richard Hatem (Miracles), David Schwimmer (Madagascar), Kendall Schmidt (The Penguins of Madagascar), Marisol Nichols (Cucuy: The Boogeyman), Peter Mullan (Children of Men), Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps), Stefanie Powers (The Six Million Dollar Man), Luna Lauren Velez (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Whit Hertford (Peter Pan and the Pirates), Danny Cooksey (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), David Andrews (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines), Michael Bailey Smith (Monster Man), Samantha Ferris (Stargate SG-1), Jon M. Chu (G.I. Joe: Retaliation), Beau Brasseaux (G.I. Joe: Retaliation), Eunice Huthart (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I), Brittany Ishibashi (Runaways), Reshma Shetty (She-Ra and the Princesses of Power), Heidi Pascoe (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Erika Flores (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Katelyn Tarver (No Ordinary Family), Warren Stevens (Forbidden Planet), Meta Golding (Surrogates), Jack Starrett (Knight Rider), Tristan Risk (Frankenstein Created Bikers), Chris Williams (Octopus 2: River of Fear), Donna Spangler (American Poltergeist), Brandon Soo Hoo (Ender’s Game), Michael Buffer (Virtuosity), Jason Cerborne (Cloverfield), Tamara Hope (Crimson Peak), Hazel Douglas (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I), Josh Grelle (Attack on Titan), Rachel Ames (When Worlds Collide), Steve Edge (The Cup), Lisa Lennox (The Doodlebops), Reginal Beckwith (Curse of the Demon), Michael Wayne Foster (The Thundermans), Jerry Wasserman (I, Robot), Paul Ford (Journey Back to Oz), Gabe Khouth (It), Annabel G.K (Spirited Away), Erika Rolfsrud (Luke Cage), Charlotte Austin (The Bride and the Beast), William Goldenberg (Pleasantville), Terry Richards (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Richard Newman (Beast Wars: Transformers), Lindze Letherman (Bicentennial Man), Brandi Brandt (Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV), Ethan Browne (Birds of Prey) Steve Ditko (Spider-Man), Lucy Hawking (George’s Secret Key to the Universe), Lois McMaster Bujold (Penric)…

#OTD (1 November) in geeky history in 1997: Sleepwalkers TV series debuts at IMDb

Born #OTD (1 November) in geeky history: Toni Colette (Krampus), Logan Marshall-Green (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Alex Wolff (Hereditary), Penn Badgley (Do Over), Natalia Tena (Game of Thrones), Anthony Ramos (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Jenny McCarthy (Tripping the Rift), Betsy Palmer (Friday the 13th), Peter Ostrum (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Rachel Ticotin (Total Recall), Matt Jones (Pig Goat Banana Cricket), Max Burkholder (Astro Boy), Chad Lindberg (Supernatural), Robert Foxworth (The Questor Tapes), Helene Udy (The Dead Zone), Daran Norris (Team America: World Police), Marcia Wallace (The Simpsons), Lauren-Marie Taylor (Friday the 13th Part 2), Edward Van Sloan (Frankenstein), Jo Morrow (13 Ghosts), Emmaline Henry (Rosemary’s Baby), Ashley Doris (Little Dead Rotting Hood), Beth Fowler (Mulan), Barbara Bosson (The Last Starfighter), Julia Batelaan (Kill Mode), Jordan Johnson-Hinds (RoboCop), Jeff Richards (Angels in the Outfield), Brenda Chapman (Brave), David Berman (Drop Dead Diva), Stephen Dunlevy (Mad Max: Fury Road), John McEnery (Merlin), Archie Hahn (Small Soldiers), Michaela Dietz (Stephen Universe), George Bruggerman (Creature with the Atom Brain), Dennis Muren (Jurassic Park), Kevin Wayne (Blood Type), Lisa Akey (The Sentinel), Kevin Brophy (Time Walker), Victoria Horne (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir), George S. Irving (The Year without a Santa Claus), Martin Copping (Zombie Hunter), Gordon R. Dickson (Dorsai), Barry Sadler (Casca), Zenna Henderson (The Anything Box), Susanna Clarke (Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell)…

#OTD (31 October) in geeky history in 2010: The Walking Dead debuts

Born #OTD (31 October) in geeky history: Sydney Park (The Walking Dead), Danielle Rose Russell (The Originals), Dermot Mulroney (American Horror Story), Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Piper Perabo (Looper), Holly Taylor (The Witch Files), Justin Chatwin (Orphan Black), Letitia Wright (Black Panther), Johnny Whitworth (The 100), Kether Donahue (Pokémon), Vanessa Marano (The Dead Girls Detective Agency), John Candy (Spaceballs), Erica Cerra (Power Rangers), Jordan-Claire Green (Power Rangers Time Force), Rob Schneider (The Hot Chick), Ron Rifkin (Dragonfly), Samaire Armstrong (Resurrection), Nolan North (Batman: Arkham Knight), Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland), Brian Hallisay (Bionic Woman), Michael Landon (I Was a Teenage Werewolf), David Ogden Stiers (Beauty and the Beast), Willow Smith (I Am Legend), Eddie Kaye Thomas (The X-Files), Sally Kirkland (Brave New World), Jane Wymark (The Future Guest), Brian Doyle-Murray (Groundhog Day), Stephen Rea (Interview with the Vampire), Mike O’Malley (R.I.P.D.), Lee Grant (Damien: Omen II), Deidre Hall (ElectraWoman and DynaGirl), Michael J. Anderson (Twin Peaks), Frank Silva (Twin Peaks), Brian Stokes Mitchell (Vampirina), Assaf Cohen (Supernatural), Keith Jardine (Logan), Talfryn Thomas (Doctor Who), Craig Kelly (Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka), Irena Pantaeva (Mortal Kombat: Annihilation), Charlie Dell (Jason of Star Command), Julia Lee (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Norman Lovett (Red Dwarf), Keegan de Lancie (Star Trek: Voyager), Eduard Franz (The Thing from Another World), Brian Downey (Lexx), Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells), Ethel Waters (Cabin in the Sky), Elizabeth Arlen (The Kid), Bianca DeGroat (Cyberchase), Corinne Camacho (The Six Million Dollar Man), Neal Stephenson (Snow Crash)…

#OTD (30 October) in geeky history in 1935: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Jimmy Cagney) opens

Born #OTD (30 October) in geeky history: Fiona Dourif (True Blood), Clémence Poésy (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I), Sarah Carter (Falling Skies), Janel Parrish (Heroes), Nia Long (Premonition), Henry Winkler (Hero Factory), Jessica Hynes (Shaun of the Dead), Harry Hamlin (Clash of the Titans), Maria Thayer (Gotham), Kevin Pollak (The Santa Clause 2), Adam Copeland (Haven), Michael Beach (Aquaman), Charles Martin Smith (The Triangle), Ruth Gordon (Rosemary’s Baby), Elisha Henig (Future World), Brett Kelly (Dead Like Me), Leon Rippy (Stargate), Shaun Sipos (Krypton), Steve Kazee (Drop Dead Diva), Ed Lauter (Cujo), Paul Telfer (The Vampire Diaries), Gavin Rossdale (Constantine), Jack Plotnick (Mystery Men), Ji-hyun Jun (You Who Came from the Stars), Jördis Triebel (Dark), Juliet Stevenson (Atlantis), Richard LaGravenese (Beautiful Creatures), Gina Gallego (Minority Report), Kristina Wagner (Double Dragon), Mark Steven Johnson (Ghost Rider), Jon Foo (Universal Soldier: Regeneration), William Campbell (Star Trek: The Original Series), Kristina Anapau (True Blood), Dick Gautier (Get Smart), Jayne Heitmeyer (Earth: Final Conflict), Michael Winner (The Sentinel), Franky G (Luke Cage), Steve Monroe (School Spirits), Tabitha S. Germain (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Peter New (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Rusty Goffe (Flash Gordon), Larry Wilmore (Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero), Hamilton Camp (The Tick), J. Paul Boehmer (Star Trek: Klingon Academy), Ruth Hussey (The Uninvited), Jeremy Raymond (Star Trek: Into Darkness), Stefan Dennis (Neighbours vs. Zombies), Seth Adkins (Let Me In), Norman Bird (The Lord of the Rings), Herschel Bernardi (Mighty Heroes), Jane Randolph (Cat People), Tory Belleci (Galaxy Quest), Grace Slick (Witchblade), James A. Woods (Source Code), Daniel Bacon (The BFG), Danny Goldman (Young Frankenstein), Moira Quirk (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Ann Roth (The Stepford Wives), Richard Morant (Captain Zep – Space Detective), Christopher McDaniel (Teen Wolf)…

#OTD (29 October) in geeky history in 1920: The Golem premieres in Germany

Born #OTD (29 October) in geeky history: Winona Ryder (Stranger Things), Janet Montgomery (Salem), India Eisley (Underworld Awakening), Rufus Sewell (Dark City), Ben Foster (Warcraft: The Beginning), Italia Ricci (Supergirl), Michael Schur (The Good Place), Richard Dreyfuss (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Gabrielle Union (The Lion Guard), Kate Jackson (Dark Shadows), Brendan Fehr (Roswell), Joely Fisher (Inspector Gadget), Carlson Young (Last Teenagers of the Apocalypse), Dan Castellenata (The Batman), Finola Hughes (Beware the Batman), Chelan Simmons (Good Luck Chuck), Johnny Lewis (Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem), Andrew Lee Potts (Primeval), Jon Abrahams (Scary Movie), Cleopatra Coleman (Hover), Aksel Hennie (The Martian), Robert Hardy (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Deborah Reed (Troll 2), Damian Chapa (Vampiro), Joy Osmanski (Santa Claria Diet), Chelsea Ricketts (The Hole), Dillon Casey (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Ralph Bakshi (Wizards), Farrah Mackenzie (Ascension), Scott Thomson (Jack Frost), Cherilyn Wilson (I ❤ Vampires), Christopher Wiehl (The Devil’s Dolls), Geraldine Brooks (The Outer Limits), Margaret Nolan (Toomorrow), Richard Brancantisano (Power Rangers Mystic Force), Michael Jayton (Doctor Who), Angela Douglas (Doctor Who), John Farley (Little Nicky), Pierre Png (The Eye), Isao Takahata (Pom Poko), Michele Boyd (The Guild), Jason Chong (7 Guardians of the Tomb), Akim Tamiroff (The Vulture), Margaret Sheridan (The Thing from Another World), Eddie Constantine (Alphaville), Trevor Lissauer (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Ed Kemmer (Space Patrol), Grayson McCouch (Armageddon), Tim Minear (American Horror Story), Christopher Cain (Charlie and the Talking Buzzard), Ben Chapman (Creature from the Black Lagoon), Jack Donner (Star Trek: The Original Series), Ben Gage (Star Trek: The Original Series), Michael Morgan (The Master Demon), Scott Jaeck (Star Trek: Voyager), Baby Peggy (Hansel and Gretel), Jack Shepherd (The Golden Compass), Melba Moore (All Dogs Go to Heaven), Kate Murtagh (The Car), Michael Daingerfield (Sausage Party), Kellen Hathaway (Hercules), Jessica Erin Martin (Z Nation), Pat Ryan (Mannequin), Fredric Brown (Martians, Go Home), William Harrison (Roller Ball Murder), Gerald Morris (The Squire’s Tale)…

#OTD (28 October) in geeky history in 1980: (fictional) Prue Halliwell born (Charmed)

Born #OTD (28 October) in geeky history: Joaquin Phoenix (Joker), Julia Roberts (Hook), Matt Smith (Doctor Who), Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones), Jami Gertz (The Lost Boys), Finn Wittrock (American Horror Story), Annie Potts (Ghost Busters), Lauren Holly (Alphas), Troian Bellisario (Quantum Leap), Dennis Franz (The Fury), Joan Plowright (The Spiderwick Chronicles), Nolan Gould (Abominable Christmas), Daphne Zuniga (Spaceballs), Elsa Lanchester (Bride of Frankenstein), Michael Dougherty (Krampus), Chris Bauer (True Blood), Sierra McCormick (Supernatural), Lexi Ainsworth (Teen Wolf), Devon Murray (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Caitlyn Jenner (The Hungover Games), Jane Alexander (The Ring), Jason Watkins (Watership Down), Michael Stahl-David (Cloverfield), Joe Spinell (Forbidden Zone), Andy Richter (Madagascar), Jake Kasdan (Jumani: Welcome to the Jungle), Edith Head (Colossus: The Forbin Project), Dody Goodman (Alvin & the Chipmunks), Griffin O’Neal (The Wraith), “Buck” Flower (Back to the Future), Dwayne Cameron (The Tribe), Telma Hopkins (Lab Rats), Tracy Reed (Future Cop), Suzy Parker (The Twilight Zone), Douglas Seale (Aladdin), Sara Coates (Z Nation), Jack Soo (Return from Witch Mountain), Lauren Woodland (Alien Nation), Katherine Justice (Alien Nation), Oliver Dimsdale (Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture), John Boles (Frankenstein), Greg Eagles (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Betsy Aidem (Mr. Popper’s Penguins), Lulu Brud (The Gravedancers), John Stanton (Darkness Falls), John Hallam (Flash Gordon), Justin Guarini (Wizards of Waverly Place), Jack Hedley (Space Precinct), Simon Rhee (Inception), Paul Warren (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Audrie Neenan (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), James Murtaugh (The Howling), David Dixon (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Jasmine Jessica Anthony (1408), Savannah Smith Boucher (Scanner Cop), Nicholas Bird (Finding Nemo), Carrie Hilton (Constantine), Joe R. Lansdale (Bubba Ho-Tep), William W. Johnstone (Out of the Ashes)…

#OTD (27 October) in geeky history in 1965: Planet of the Vampires opens in the USA

Born #OTD (27 October) in geeky history: Patrick Fugit (Outcast), John Cleese (3rd Rock from the Sun), Troy Gentile (Good Luck Chuck), James Cosmo (Highlander), Teresa Wright (Somewhere in Time), David Walton (BoJack Horseman), Robert Picardo (Star Trek: Voyager), Teilor Grubbs (Legend of Hallowaiian), Emilie Ullerup (Sanctuary), Joanna Scanlan (Stardust), Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters), Peter Firth (Lifeforce), Melanie Vallejo (Power Rangers Mystic Force), Roberto Benigni (Pinocchio), Brontis Jodorowsky (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald), Elias Toufexis (The Expanse), Marla Maples (Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish), Carrie Snodgress (Phantom 2040), Ted Wass (The Canterville Ghost), Briana Lane (Extant), Elan Gale (The Haunting of Hill House), Ruby Dee (The Stand), Jeff East (Superman), Jack Carson (The Twilight Zone), Kelly Osbourne (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Leif Erickson (Invaders from Mars), Carmen Argenziano (Stargate SG-1), Veronica Hart (Ghost Hunter), Carolyn Craig (House on Haunted Hill), Susie Castillo (Underdog), Marcos A. Ferraez (Dead Weekend), Michael Shamus Wiles (Hydra), Peter Marc Jacobson (Wonder Woman), Jayne Kennedy (Wonder Woman), Angus MacInnes (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Nanette Fabray (Alice Through the Looking Glass), Channon Roe (Kindred: The Embraced), Muriel Landers (Doctor Dolittle), Natanya Ross (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Peter O’Meara (Ichabod!), Shelby Fero (Other Space), Steve Sandor (Star Trek: The Original Series), Brian Levinson (Matilda), Ned Wertimer (Santa Claus Conquers the Martians), Hunter Ansley Wynn (Serenity), Charles Horvath (Aladdin and His Lamp), Frederik De Cordova (My Brother the Angel), Deborah Moore (Warriors of the Apocalypse), Bernie Wrightson (Reign of Fire), Tom Jackson (Shining Time Station), Katie Hilliard (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Brian Woodward (Star Wars: The Dark Reckoning), Jamie Yeates (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Scott Fearn (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Michel Ocelot (Azur & Asmar: The Princes’ Quest), Aron Ralston (The Simpsons), Tom Nagel (Man of Steel), James L. Conway (Supernatural), Harry Saltzman (Live and Let Die)…

#OTD (26 October) in geeky history in 2001: Thir13en Ghosts opens

Born #OTD (26 October) in geeky history: Lisa Ryder (Andromeda), Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), Seth MacFarlane (The Orville), Dylan McDermott (American Horror Story), Tom Cavanagh (The Flash), Rosemarie DeWitt (Poltergeist), Jon Heder (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), James Pickens Jr. (The X-Files), Hal Ozsan (Jessica Jones), Anthony Rapp (Star Trek: Discovery), Jackie Coogan (The Addams Family), Rita Wilson (Teen Witch), Jaclyn Smith (Déjà Vu), Alexandria DeBerry (Lazer Team), Morgan Saylor (Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant), Julie Dawn Cole (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Florence Kasumba (Captain America: Civil War), Bob Hoskins (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Robert Maillet (Pacific Rim), Samantha Isler (Supernatural), Steve Valentine (Mickey and the Roadster Racers), Claire Cooper (12 Monkeys), Roger Allam (V for Vendetta), Lauren Tewes (The X-Files Game), Kelly Rowan (Hook), Brian Bovell (Pan), Jane Hajduk (Zoom), Patrick Breen (Galaxy Quest), Dian Bachar (Galaxy Quest), Dana Kimmell (Friday the 13th Part III), Shelley Morrison (The Flying Nun), Wynn Everett (Agent Carter), Rondi Reed (The Astronaut’s Wife), Chelcie Ross (Drag Me to Hell), Trevor White (Doctor Who), D.W. Moffett (Visioneers), Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Tom Brittney (Outlander), Don Siegel (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Lisa Smit (Gruesome School Trip), Jonathan Chase (Gamer), H.B. Warner (It’s a Wonderful Life), Maureen Teefy (Supergirl), Aaron Kwok (The Monkey King), François Chau (Lost), Chaz Lamar Shepherd (The Nutty Professor), Mahesh Jadu (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Tilo Prückner (The NeverEnding Story), Jessica Sharzer (American Horror Story), Phil Johnston (Zootopia), Bernadette Lafont (A Cat in Paris), Kenneth Johnson (Alien Nation), Soko (Her), Ivor Francis (Dark Shadows), Hank Garrett (The Amityville Horror), Marshall Colt (The Fury), Dan Gilvezan (The Transformers), Mary Black (Man of Steel), Chris R. Notarile (Deadpool), Leslie Sides (The Originals), Dan Heder (Edge of Tomorrow), Timothy Dowling (Pixels), Jim Butcher (Storm Front)…

#OTD (25 October) in geeky history in 1978: Halloween premieres in Kansas City, MO

Born #OTD (25 October) in geeky history: Conchita Campbell (The 4400), Leslie Grossman (American Horror Story), Zachary Knighton (Flashforward), John Matuszak (The Goonies), Craig Robinson (Hot Tub Time Machine), Michael Weston (Evil Alien Conquerors), Adam Goldberg (Christmas on Mars), Tyler Alvarez (Every Witch Way), Antony Starr (Xena: Warrior Princess), Kevin Michael Richardson (Lilo & Stitch), Katy Perry (The Smurfs), Melinda McGraw (The Dark Knight), Persia White (The Vampire Diaries), Tracy Nelson (My Stepbrother Is a Vampire!?!), Mehcad Brooks (Supergirl), Josh Henderson (Leeches), Jeanne Cooper (Dead Air), John Robinson (Transformers), Nancy Cartwright (Kim Possible), Marion Ross (SpongeBob SquarePants), Billy Barty (Legend), Mariana Klaveno (True Blood), Brittney Alger (Fantastic Four), Johnny Sequoyah (Believe), Glynis Barber (Blake’s 7), Gale Anne Hurd (The Terminator), Nika Futterman (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Darlene Vogel (Back the the Future: Part II), Chloe Rose (Dark Matter), Michael Boatman (Warehouse 13), Samantha Esteban (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Sarah Thompson (Angel), Brian Kerwin (It Came from Outer Space II), Anthony Franciosa (Earth II), Kelley Missal (Sleepy Hollow), Mark L. Taylor (Innerspace), Whit Bissell (I Was a Teenage Werewolf), Phil Daniels (Chicken Run), Leo G. Carroll (Tarantula), Helen Reddy (Pete’s Dragon), Samantha Bee (Creative Galaxy), Nora Chavooshian (The Brother from Another Planet), David Furnish (Gnomeo & Juliet), Gordon Tootoosis (Pocahontas), Parker Mack (Ouija: Origins of Evil), Krista Marie Yu (The Darkness), Armani Jackson (Ready Player One), Erika Anderson (Twin Peaks), Masako Nozawa (Dragon Ball Z), Milton Selzer (Get Smart), Simon Gipps-Kent (The Tomorrow People), Ross Bagdasarian Jr. (Alvin & the Chipmunks), Jimmy Herman (Santa’s Slay), James Carville (The Adjustment Bureau), Garrett Backstrom (Lab Rats), Lenore Smith (Spellbinder: Land of the Dragon Lord), Amber Doig-Thorne (Fanged Up), Lamont Bentley (Tales from the Hood), Shelley Smith (This House Possessed), Maudie Prickett (Bewitched), Peter Howell (Doctor Who), Will Harris (In Time), Dylan Bridges (The Outer Limits), Bobby Rhodes (Leviathan), Biff McGuire (Firebird 2015 A.D.), Peng Lin (A Chinese Ghost Story), Navneet Nishan (The Legend of Drona), Liv Hansen (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald)…

#OTD (24 October) in geeky history in 1970: Trog opens

Born #OTD (24 October) in geeky history: Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Haunting of Hill House), Eliza Taylor (The 100), BD Wong (Jurassic Park), Kevin Kline (Beauty and the Beast), Zach McClarnon (Westworld), Casey Wilson (American Dad!), Jacqueline McKenzie (Deep Blue Sea), F. Murray Abraham (Thir13en Ghosts), Shenae Grimes-Beach (iZombie), Raúl Esparza (Ferdinand), Dervla Kirwan (Entity), Drake (Ice Age: Continental Drift), Kirby Bliss Blanton (Party Monsters), Jackie Debatin (Supernatural), Jemima Rooper (A Sound of Thunder), Amy Bailey (Dominion), Martin Campbell (Green Lantern), James Whitmore Jr. (Dead Like Me), Adrienne Houghton (That’s So Raven), John Kassir (Tales from the Crypt), Emily Barclay (Glitch), Margaret Blye (The Entity), Karen Austin (Star Trek: Voyager), Brad Johnson (Riverworld), Catherine Sutherland (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Burgess Jenkins (Drop Dead Diva), Kate Miller (Frisky Dingo), Mark Walton (Bolt), Rick Ravenello (The Cave), Tim Pocock (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Raelee Hill (Farscape), Melissa Hutchinson (The Walking Dead), Moss Hart (Hans Christian Anderson), Sarah Greene (Doctor Who), Ben Giroux (Henry Danger), I. Stanford Jolley (Valley of the Dragons), Aly Purrott-Armstrong (Supernatural), Robert Klotworthy (Miracles), Lincoln Lewis (After Earth), Raquel Pomplun (Cartoon Hook-ups), Wendy Neuss (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Jack Warner (Scrooge), James Babson (Hellboy), Dave Callaham (Wonder World 1984), Joshua Shalikar (Honey, I Blew Up the Kid), Daniel Shalikar (Honey, I Blew Up the Kid), Toddy Walters (South Park), Amy Allen (Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones), Christina Chambers (Good vs Evil), Sybil Thorndike (Macbeth), Conrad Pla (Riddick), Maggie Pierce (My Mother the Car), Cathy Steinberg (It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown), S. William Hinzman (Night of the Living Dead), Jack Angel (Super Friends), Caprice Bourret (Sharknado 5: Global Swarming), Kendall Ryan Sanders (Every Witch Way), Jean Allison (The Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver), John Alvin (Somewhere in Time), Anthony Waller (An American Werewolf in Paris), Tony Walton (Mary Poppins), Sailor Vincent (The Twilight Zone), John Burgmeier (Dragon Ball Z), Merian C. Cooper (King Kong), John Winston (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Adam Tomei (The Truman Show), “Red” Morgan (Beyond the Time Barrier), Clifford Rose (Doctor Who), Matthew Warchus (Matilda), Emily Brobst (Godzilla), John Thaddeus (Miracles), Tommy O’Haver (Ella Enchanted), Basil Dignam (Gorgo), Bob Kane (Batman), Alexandra David-Neel (The Power of Nothingness), Katherine Dunn (Geek Love)…

#OTD (23 October) in geeky history in 1998: Pleasantville opens

Born #OTD (23 October) in geeky history: Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Amandla Stenberg (The Hunger Games), Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool), Jessica Stoup (Iron First), Margaret Qualley (The Leftovers), Sam Raimi (Spider-Man), Steve Wilder (Iron Man 3), Briana Evigan (S. Darko), Taylor Spreitler (Leprechaun Returns), Beatie Edney (Highlander), Masiela Lusha (Blood: The Last Vampire), Kate del Castillo (The Book of Life), Ang Lee (Hulk), Peggy Moran (The Mummy’s Hand), Bradley Pierce (Jumanji), Dwight Yoakam (Under the Dome), Diana Dors (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Coleen Gray (The Leech Woman), Weird Al Yankovic (Teen Titans Go!), Manuela Velasco ([REC]), Leticia Dolera ([REC] 3: Genesis), Johnny Carson (Get Smart), Philip Kaufman (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Wolf Muser (The Man in the High Castle), Brooke Theiss (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master), Stephen Shortridge (The Greatest American Hero), Frank Sutton (The Satan Bug), Zach Callison (Steven Universe), Robert Belushi (Devil’s Due), Boti Bliss (Charmed), Una O’Connor (Bride of Frankenstein), Allison Shearmur (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Trevor Engelson (Alien Outpost), Hayden Rorke (When Worlds Collide), Marque Richardson (True Blood), Miles Anderson (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Cat Deeley (Deadbeat), Vivian Bang (Robot Stories), Serah D’Laine (The Rig), Peter Griffith (Halloween), Lilly Aspell (Wonder Woman), James Daly (Star Trek: The Original Series), Marta Kober (Friday the 13th Part 2), Grant Imahara (Star Trek Continues), Stanley Anderson (Armageddon), David Sobolov (The Flash), Jamie Williams (The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo), Nancy Grace (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Hunter Clowdus (Teen Wolf), Jonathan Malen (The Mist), Ted Manson (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Olatunde Osunsanmi (The Fourth Kind), Lorrie Richards (The Magic Sword), Anna Palk (The Earth Dies Screaming), Sarah Bernhardt (The Clairvoyant), Robert Trujillo (Encino Man), Andrew Hill Newman (Mannequin), Gesine Cukrowski (Feardotcom), Jackson Bostwick (TRON), Kaleena Kiff (Pole Position), Caleigh Peters (Herbie: Fully Loaded), Graeme Revell (The Crow), Michael Crichton (Jurassic Park), Trudi Canavan (The Magicians’ Guild)…

#OTD (22 October) in geeky history in 1971: Lady Frankenstein opens in Italy

Born #OTD (22 October) in geeky history: Curly Howard (Spook Louder), Jeff Goldblum (The Fly), Bob Odenkirk (Incredibles 2), Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), Kyle Gallner (Alien Code), Sofia Vassilieva (Medium), Saffron Burrows (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Carmen Ejogo (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Jonathan Lipnicki (Stuart Little), Valeria Golino (Escape from L.A.), Spike Jonze (Her), Derek Jacobi (Doctor Who: Scream of the Shalka), Suzanne Snyder (Weird Science), Catherine Deneuve (The Hunger), Corey Hawkins (Kong: Skull Island), Michael Fishman (A.I Artificial Intelligence), Joan Fontaine (The Witches), Annette Funicello (Babes in Toyland), Sharon Rooney (Zapped), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Ice Age: Collision Course), Jan de Bont (The Haunting), Bill Condon (Beauty and the Beast), John Boyd (Lady in the Water), Robert Torti (Race to Witch Mountain), Constance Bennett (Topper), Tony Roberts (Switch), Sophia Del Pizzo (The Amityville Asylum), Jennifer Lee (Frozen), Richard McGonagle (Batman: The Brave and the Bold), Connie Angland (Men in Black), Tony Denman (Good vs Evil), Catherine E. Coulson (Twin Peaks), Jose Rosete (Flight 666), John Howard (Mad Max: Fury Road), Jay Johnston (Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole), Simona Williams (Attack of the Gryphon), Carlos Mencia (Drawn Together), Barrie Youngfellow (Vampire), Christopher Curry (C.H.U.D.), Gary Vinson (Battlestar Galactica), Olivia May (Flight of the Living Dead), Todd Graff (The Abyss), Chris Alcaide (The Outer Limits), Marc Shaiman (The Return of Mary Poppins), Harold Goodwin (Quartermass and the Pit), Matthew Bellows (Extinct), John Zaremba (20 Million Miles to Earth), Anna Ferguson (End of Days, Inc.), John Sutton (Return of the Fly), Scott Beck (A Quiet Place), Samuel Vauramo (War of the Dead), Sidney Miller (My Mother the Car), Elizabeth Friedman (The Mummy Resurrected), Alan Ladd Jr. (The Phantom), Charles Keating (Xena: Warrior Princess), Virginia Ann Lee (Dimension 5), Layla Roberts (Armageddon), Kitty Swink (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Harry Hickox (Mister Ed), Charles Tannen (Mister Ed), Leah Monet (Black Lightning), Barboura Morris (The Wasp Woman)…

#OTD (21 October) in geeky history in 1983: The Dead Zone movie opens

Born #OTD (21 October) in geeky history: Carrie Fisher (Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope), Glen Powell (April Apocalypse), Melora Walters (Magnolia), Blanca Suárez (The Skin I Live In), Andrew Scott (Victor Frankenstein), Michael Antonakas (Warcraft: The Beginning), Charlotte Sullivan (The Colony), Will Estes (The Dark Knight Rises), Sasha Roiz (The Day After Tomorrow), Ken Watanabe (Inception), Aaron Tveit (BrainDead), Kim Kardashian West (Drop Dead Diva), Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman (American Horror Story), Everett McGill (Twin Peaks), Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight), Matt Dallas (Kyle XY), Amber Rose (J.A.W.), Jeremy Miller (Ghostwriter), Michael McMillian (True Blood), LaTanya Richardson Jackson (Luke Cage), Mark Rendall (30 Days of Night), David Clayton Rogers (Uncanny), Tom Everett (Journeyman), Paula Kelly (The Andromeda Strain), Darius Khondji (Midnight in Paris), Natalie Distler (The Black Hole), Damon Whitaker (The Lazarus Papers), Leonard Rossiter (2001: A Space Odyssey), Hugh Dane (For Heaven’s Sake), Lillian Bronson (The Devil’s Daughter), Michael Kopelow (Counter Clockwise), Louise Koo (League of Gods), Joyce Randolph (Buck Rogers), Nakia Burrise (Power Rangers Zeo), Jack Taylor (Conan the Barbarian), Richard Christie (Small Wonder), Vivian Pickles (Uncle Jack and the Loch Noch Monster), Carleton Young (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Julie Parrish (Star Trek: The Original Series), Georgia Brown (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Rhoda Gemignani (Ghostbusters), Christopher Von Uckermann (2091), Edith Scob (Brotherhood of the Wolf), Paul Rugg (Animaniacs), Richard Sinatra (Beast from Haunted Cave), Pat Ast (The Incredible Shrinking Woman), Jamie Patterson (Caught), Masakazu Moria (Bleach), Matt Landers (Batman: The Animated Series), Tamara De Treaux (Ghoulies), Robert Clothier (The X-Files), Matthew Hastings (The Originals), Lloyd Hughes (Lost World), Cody Jones (Dimension 404), Ursula K. Le Guin (The Left Hand of Darkness), Martin Gardner (The Annotated Alice), Edmond Hamilton (Calling Captain Future)…

#OTD (20 October) in geeky history in 2016: OVNI premieres in Puerto Rico

Born #OTD (20 October) in geeky history: Bela Lugosi (Dracula), Michael Dunn (The Wild Wild West), John Krasinski (A Quiet Place), Viggo Mortensen (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Alona Tal (Supernatural), Alan Ackles), Kenneth Choi (Captain America: The First Avenger), Sam Witwer (The Mist), Dan Fogler (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), William Zabka (Hot Tub Time Machine), Hunter King (A.I Artificial Intelligence), Danny Boyle (28 Days Later), Katie Featherston (Paranormal Activity), Niall Matter (The Predator), Rachel House (Moana), Jerry Orbach (Beauty and the Beast), Barrie Chase (Mr. Terrific), Snoop Dogg (Turbo), Galadriel Stineman (True Blood), Alberto Almmann (Mars), Robert Costanzo (Total Recall), William Russ (Demons), John Anderson (The Satan Bug), William Christopher (The Smurfs), Melanie Mayron (Heartbeeps), Thomas Newman (WALL-E), Yvette Nipar (RoboCop), Bill Nunn (Spider-Man), George Wyner (Spaceballs), George Harris (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Jennifer Hall (Bewitched), Tom Petty (The Postman), Niamh Cusack (Hereafter), Jeff MacKay (Battlestar Galactica), Sheeri Rappaport (Xena: Warrior Princess), Arlene Francis (Harvey), Eric Scott (The Loch Ness Horror), Sandra Dickinson (Supergirl), Anton Diffring (Fahrenheit 451), Adam Butcher (Hellhounds), Natalie Gregory (Alice in Wonderland), Barney Phillips (The Twilight Zone), Margaret Dumont (Zotz!), Craig R. Baxley (Predator), David Henesy (Dark Shadows), Cameron King (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children), Anneke Wills (Doctor Who), Rex Ingram (The Thief Of Baghdad), Thor Freudenthal (Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters), Evelyn Brent (The Seventh Victim), Mary Peach (The Projected Man), Fay Roope (The Twilight Zone), Matt Norman (Ghost Rider), Trevor Byfield (The Ghost Hunter), Courtney Baxter (Sharknado 2: The Second One)…

#OTD (19 October) in geeky history in 1979: Meteor opens

Born #OTD (19 October) in geeky history: Tor Johnson (Plan 9 from Outer Space), Rebecca Ferguson (Life), Jon Favreau (Iron Man), Gillian Jacobs (The Box), John Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun), Michael Gambon (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban), Desmond Harrington (Taken), Kenneth Washington (Westworld), Katja Herbers (Westworld), Christopher Gerse (Westworld), Trey Parker (South Park), Samantha Robinson (The Love Witch), Ciara Renée (Legends of Tomorrow), Jason Reitman (Jennifer’s Body), Divine (Tales from the Darkside), Chris Kattan (Undercover Brother), Robert Reed (Galactica 1980), Art Parkinson (Kubo and the Two Strings), Annie Golden (The American Astronaut), George Nader (Robot Monster), Roger Cross (The Chronicles of Riddick), Benjamin Salisbury (S1m0ne), Ann Galvin (Stargate SG-1), William O’Leary (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight), Vanessa Marshall (Young Justice), Omar Gooding (Mysterious Island), LaWanda Page (Meteor Man), Paulina Andreeva (Dark World 2: Equilibrium), Tracy Griffith (The First Power), Simon Ward (Supergirl), Amy Linker (D.A.R.Y.L.), Vas Blackwood (Fanged Up), Tony Lo Bianco (Endangered Species), Juanita Moore (The Kid), Tava Smiley (Good Luck Chuck), Robert Beatty (2001: A Space Odyssey), Bernard Hepton (The Plague Dogs), Shelby Grant (Fantastic Voyage), Dan Tobin (The Ghost & Mrs. Muir), Kacey Ainsworth (The Worst Witch), Andy Comeau (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Karrie Emerson (Evils of the Night), Mimi Gibson (One Hundred and One Dalmations), David Lewis (Batman), Peter Appel (Spider-Man), Desmond Barrit (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Lloyd Haines (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jennifer Holiday (Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child), Tony Crane (Wishmaster), Lou Scheimer (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), Bill Martin Williams (American Horror Story), Samuel Honywood (Nanny McPhee), Matt Granger (X-Men), George Fenton (Groundhog Day), Sam Flint (The Crimson Ghost), Nicole Picard (Deadtime Stories), Kevin Alves (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Dave Mallow (Naruto), Bob Sweeney (Shadow Chasers), Tiriel Mora (Queen of the Damned), Jody Lawrance (The Son of Dr. Jekyll), Philip Pullman (The Golden Compass), L.E. Modesitt Jr. (Shadowsinger), Dan Gutman (The Edison Mystery)…

#OTD (18 October) in geeky history in 2002: Hansel & Gretel opens

Born (18 October) in geeky history: Pam Dawber (Mork & Mindy), Zac Efron (The Lorax), Jean-Claude Van Damme (Timecop), Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf), Joy Bryant (Virtuality), Joe Morton (Brother from Another Planet), Freida Pinto (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Toby Regbo (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald), Inger Stevens (The World, the Flesh and the Devil), Dawn Wells (Gilligan’s Planet), Peter Boyle (Young Frankenstein), Klaus Kinski (Nosferatu), Corinne Bohrer (The Flash), George C. Scott (Firestarter), Carly Schroeder (Ouija House), Chuck Lorre (Defenders of the Earth), Ely Henry (Smallfoot), Arliss Howard (The Lost World: Jurassic Park), Nicola Posener (House of Anubis), Erin Moran (Galaxy of Terror), Lindsay Ferris (Ash vs Evil Dead), Gabriel “G-Rod” Rodriguez (Gotham), Vincent Spano (Deathlands), Chris McKenna (Frequency), David Twohy (Pitch Black), Sam Sorbo (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Lisa Chappell (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Cornelia Sharpe (The Reincarnation of Peter Proud), Howard Shore (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Bob Weinstein (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of theRing, Xun Zhou (Cloud Atlas), Victor Sen Yung (Kung Fu), Om Puri (Wolf), Lucky Yates (Archer), Miriam Hopkins (Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Calvin Lockhart (The Beast Must Die), Ne-Yo (Battle Los Angeles), Peter Sohn (The Good Dinosaur), Sheila White (Unidentified Flying Oddball), Lotte Lenya (From Russia with Love), Esperanza Spalding (Luke Cage), Jon Lindstrom (Voyagers!), Anthony Dawson (The Curse of the Werewolf), Peter Gilroy (Zombeavers), Shawna Loyer (Thir13en Ghosts), Marco Hofschneider (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Liz Burch (Ocean Girl), Marcus Coloma (Point Pleasant), Evelyn Venable (Death Takes a Holiday), Eric Stuart (Pokémon), Angela Visser (Killer Tomatoes Eat France!), Corey Large (It Follows), John Swasey (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood), Boris Sagal (The Omega Man), John Schwartzman (Armageddon), Barbara Baldavin (Star Trek: The Original Series), Dana Dillaway (The Twilight Zone), Jeff Galfer (The River), Ruben Dario (Dead Rising 3)…

#OTD (17 October) in geeky history in 1903: Alice in Wonderland opens

Born #OTD (17 October) in geeky history: Felicity Jones (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Guy Henry (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Rita Hayworth (Down to Earth), Michael McKean (Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law), Matthew MacFayden (The Nutcracker and the Four Realms), Max Irons (The Host), Norm MacDonald (The Orville), Margot Kidder (Superman), Mark Gatiss (Doctor Who), Wood Harris (Ant-Man), Julie Adams (Creature from the Black Lagoon), Erin Karpluk (Riftworld Chronicles), Deanna Russo (Being Human), Alimi Ballard (Dark Angel), Mike Judge (Idiocracy), Sharon Leal (Supergirl), Beverly Garland (It Conquered the World), Irene Ryan (That’s the Spirit), Bill Hudson (Hysterical), Jean Arthur (The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu), Dora Madison (Humans vs Zombies), George Wendt (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Laura Regan (Dead Silence), Robert Lowery (Batman and Robin), Rob Marshall (Into the Woods), Sabrina Scharf (Star Trek: The Original Series), Vincent Van Patten (Wonder Woman), Howard E. Rollins Jr. (The House of Dies Drear), Bianca Bree (Alien Uprising), Angel Parker (Runaways), Sam Bottoms (Up from the Depths), Marsha Hunt (The Outer Limits), Tom Poston (Mork & Mindy), Cameron Esposito (We Bare Bears), Michelle Ang (Fear the Walking Dead), John Marley (The Car), Cynthia Bain (Pumpkinhead), Spring Byington (Angels in the Outfield), J.C. MacKenzie (Dark Angel), Venus Terzo (X-Men: Evolution), Thomas Kopache (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Bob Seagren (Wonder Woman), Bryan Bertino (The Monster), Lawrence Bender (Roswell, New Mexico), Aymeline Valade (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets), Rizwan Manji (Transformers), Nancy Sullivan (Squirrel Boy), Paxton Whitehead (Dinosaurs), Don Collier (Land of the Giants), Robert F. Lyons (Superstrata), Justin Shenkarow (Z Nation), Kelsey Boze (Stasis), Daniel Booko (I Am Number Four), Andrea Powell (Ender’s Game), Joan Prather (Rabbit Test), Bruce Mackinnon (Guardians of the Galaxy), Ziggy Marley (Shark Tale), Tiffany Lyndall-Knight (Battlestar Galactica), Fredd Wayne (Bewitched), Chris Kirkpatrick (The Fairly OddParents), Jerry Siegel (Superman), Evel Knievel (The Bionic Woman), Michael Tolkin (Deep Impact), Dee Jay Daniels (Sky High), Nanami Sakuraba (Attack on Titan: Part 1), Mae C. Jemison (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Michael Reeves (The She Beast), Robert Jordan (Wheel of Time), Alan Garner (The Weirdstone of Brisingamen)…

#OTD (16 October) in geeky history in 2006: Frisky Dingo debuts

Born #OTD (16 October) in geeky history: Angela Lansbury (Beauty and the Beast), Caterina Scorsone (Alice), Tim Robbins (Green Lantern), Madison Wolfe (The Conjuring 2), Barry Corbin (WarGames), Brea Grant (Heroes), Kellie Martin (Taz-Mania), Paul Sparks (Headspace), Linda Darnell (It Happened Tomorrow), Suzanne Summers (Totally Minnie), Flea (Back to the Future Part II), Jeremy Jackson (Ring of Darkness), Todd Stashwick (12 Monkeys), Kenneth Lonergan (The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle), Randall Batinkoff (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Martha Smith (Swamp Thing), Kelly Adams (The 7th Dimension), Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (Star Wars Rebels), Daniel Kountz (Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge), Ann Morgan Guilbert (I Dream of Jeannie), Alice Pearce (Bewitched), Michael Conrad (The Six Million Dollar Man), Christopher Mitchum (The Serpent Warriors), Jim Youngs (Cyborg 2: Glass Shadow), David Zucker (Superhero Movie), Pamela Bach-Hasselhof (Superboy), Guy Siner (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Gil Kenan (Monster House), Berry Kroeger (Demon Seed), Kala Savage (Little Monsters), David Gelb (The Lazarus Effect), Maidie Norman (Halloween III: Season of the Witch), Daniel Gerroll (Drop Dead Fred), Trevor Blumas (Warehouse 13), Ron Taylor (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Gerard Parkes (Fraggle Rock), Lloyd Corrigan (Ghost Chasers), Nelson Lee (Mulan), Shark Fralick (The One), Davina McCall (Doctor Who), Jeff Leiberman (Remote Control), Kevin Tenney (Witchboard), Anthony Nicholls (The Omen), Douglas Walton (Bride of Frankenstein), Robert Urquhart (The Curse of Frankenstein), Erin Mulvey (American Horror Story), Clem Bevans (Harvey), Matt Willis (The Return of the Vampire), Vasiliki Maliaros (The Exorcist), David Greenwalt (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Ho Chow (Suicide Squad), Jack Salvatore Jr. (Donnie Darko),  Oscar Wilde (The Picture of Dorian Gray)…

#OTD (15 October) in geeky history in 1981: The Evil Dead premieres in Detroit, MI

Born #OTD (15 October) in geeky history: Mark Lenard (Star Trek: The Original Series), Bailee Madison (Good Witch), Tanya Roberts (Sheena), Dominic West (Tomb Raider), Vanessa Marcil (Storm Watch), Penny Marshall (Big), Jere Burns (Max Headroom), John Getz (The Fly), Linda Lavin (Damn Yankees!), Larry Miller (The Nutty Professor), Robert Baker (Out of Time), Vincent Martella (Phineas and Ferb), William Brent (Lab Rats), Brandon Jay McLaren (Tucker and Dale vs Evil), Stephen Tompkinson (Little Red Tractor), Alex McKenna (What Women Want), Matteo Garrone (Pinocchio), Grace Van Dien (Awaken the Shadowman), Zak Orth (Revolution), Lynn Lowry (Shivers), Devon Gummersall (The Last Ship), Lane Toran (101 Dalmations: The Series), Brennan Mejia (Power Rangers Dino Charge), Matt Keeslar (The Middleman), Renée Jones (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Nigel Green (Jason and the Argonauts), Götz Otto (Iron Sky), Robert Rockwell (Adventures of Superman), Virginia Leith (The Brain That Wouldn’t Die), Jane Darwell (Mary Poppins), Paul Logan (Mega Piranha), Larissa Albuquerque (Supernatural), Eileen Ryan (Eight Legged Freaks), Camilla Moore (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Carey More (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Jayne Modean (House II: The Second Story), Mario Puzo (Superman), Peter Haskell (Child’s Play 2), Kiko Mizuhara (Attack on Titan: Part 1), Mervyn LeRoy (Wizard of Oz), Fritz Feld (Lost in Space), Haim Saban (Power Rangers), Jessica Rey (Power Rangers Wild Force), Patricia Jessel (The City of the Dead), Erik MacArthur (Pleasantville), Chris Olivero (Kyle XY), Clint James (Fear the Walking Dead), Chantal Strand (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Allen Lee Haff (Altered Species), Tony Genaro (The Craft), Melville Cooper (From the Earth to the Moon), Cathy Ladman (What Planet Are You From?), Jeannette Charles (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Jeffrey Hayden (Knight Rider), William Edmonson (The Twilight Zone), Jeffrey Jacquet (Mork & Mindy), James H. Schmitz (The Witches of Karras), Virgil (The Aeneid), E.C. Tubb (Galaxy of the Lost)…

#OTD (14 October) in geeky history in 2005: The Fog remake opens

Born #OTD (14 October) in geeky history: Jack Arnold (The Incredible Shrinking Man), Rowan Blanchard (A Wrinkle in Time), Lori Petty (Tank Girl), Mia Masikowska (Alice in Wonderland), Max Thieriot (Jumper), Ben Whishaw (Mary Poppins Returns), Steve Coogan (Night at the Museum), Roger Moore (Troll Hunters), Udo Kier (Flesh for Frankenstein), David Oakes (The Living and the Dead), Jon Seda (Twelve Monkeys), Harry Anderson (It), Susie Creamcheese (FrightWorld), Mackenzie Mauzy (Into the Woods), Greg Evigan (DeepStar Six), Stacy Keibler (Chuck), Dyanne Thorne (Star Trek: The Original Series), Usher (The Faculty), Rick Aviles (Waterworld), Jay Pharaoah (Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare), Trevor Goddard (Mortal Kombat), Skyler Shaye (Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2), Arleen Sorkin (Batman: The Animated Series), Robert Webber (Something Is Out There), Pert Kelton (The Twilight Zone), Alexandra Lamy (The Ant Bully), Orion Acaba (Super Power Beat Down), Andrea Duro (Ghost Graduation), Joey Travolta (Splash, Too), Lois Hamilton (Topper), Paul Fitzgerald (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Cokey Falkow (Doomsday), David Kaye (X-Men: Evolution), Katy Manning (Doctor Who), Daniel Clark (Earth: Final Conflict), Benita Hume (Tarzan Escapes), Jordan Brower (Teen Angel), Elizabeth Sung (The Water Ghost), Chen Chang (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), David Rupprecht (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Bert V. Royal (Big Hero Six), Gerard Murphy (Waterworld), Michael D. Moore (The War of the Worlds), Lindsay Taylor (17 Again), Carroll Ballard (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Thomas Dolby (Rockula), Carrie Nye (Creepshow), Shelley Bennett (The Hollow), Dara McGarry (Chicken Little), Nels Lennarson (Horns), Robert C. Cooper (Stargate SG-1), Vernon Lee (Hauntings)…

#OTD (13 October) in geeky history in 2008: Dead Space videogame released

Born #OTD (13 October) in geeky history: Kelly Preston (Battlefield Earth), Sacha Baron Cohen (Alice Through the Looking Glass), Kate Walsh (Legion), Kiele Sanchez (Lost), Christopher Judge (Stargate SG-1), Michael Karl Richards (SGU Stargate Universe), Katia Winter (Sleepy Hollow), Tisha Campbell-Martin (Little Shop of Horrors), Susan Blommaert (Edward Scissorhands), Nell Tiger Free (Game of Thrones), Allen Covert (Little Nicky), Judi Meredith (Jack the Giant Killer), Melinda Dillon (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Matt Walsh (Ghostbusters), Bailey Noble (True Blood), Katie Walder (Supernatural), John Lone (The Shadow), Marie Osmond (The Velveteen Rabbit), Ashanti (The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz), Laraine Day (Tarzan Finds a Son!), Joyce Mackenzie (Tarzan and the She-Devil), Ashley Newbrough (Snowmance), Hiro Kanagawa (Elektra), Robert Walker (One Touch of Venus), Sadie Katz (Blood Feast), Yves Montand (Mr. Freedom), Kira Reed Lorsch (Demon’s Claw), Demond Wilson (Full Moon High), Cornel Wilde (Gargoyles), Jennifer Sky (Charmed), Jack MacGowran (The Exorcist), Branden Williams (Mystery Men), Rutanya Alda (The Fury), Beverly Johnson (The Meteor Man), Paul Simon (Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme), T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh (Teen Titans), Chris Carter (The X Files), Jack Colvin (The Incredible Hulk), Lenny Bruce (The Rocket Man), Marc Macaulay (Monsterwolf), Amanda Grace Benitez (All Cheerleaders Die), Jane Dulo (Soylent Green), Noah Crawford (Land of the Lost), Aaron Dismuke (Fullmetal Alchemist), Sammy Hagar (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Tushka Bergen (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Walter Brooke (The Incredible Hulk), Avi Lerner (Criminal), Tom Heaton (Slither), Robert Bray (Rocky Jones, Space Ranger), Bill Odenkirk (Futurama), Douglass Dumbrille (The Catman of Paris), Liliane Montevecchi (The Glass Slipper), Wayne Pygram (Farscape), Nanako Matsushima (Ringu), Albert Hague (Space Jam), Jim McMullan (Batman & Robin), Ken Scott (Bewitched), Bruce Geller (Flash Gordon), Steve Belford (Supernatural), Babaloo Mandel (Splash), Meilani Paul (The Butterfly Effect), Kaito Ishikawa (One Punch Man), Alex Ferns (The Legend of Tarzan), Cyril Snaps (Doctor Who), Kathy Lutz (The Amityville Horror), Lincoln Child (Relic)…

#OTD (12 October) in geeky history in 1968: : the Menace from the Bottom of the World episode of Spider-Man debuts

Born #OTD (12 October) in geeky history: Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games), Hugh Jackman (X-Men), Lin Shaye (Insidious), Hiroyuki Sanada (The Last Ship), Tyler Blackburn (Wendy), Deborah Foreman (Lobster Man from Mars), Kirk Cameron (Left Behind: The Movie), Brian J. Smith (Sense8), Tony Cavalero (SuperMansion), David Threlfall (Alien Autopsy), Sally Murphy (Teen Wolf Too), Josephine Hutchinson (Son of Frankenstein), Daliah Lavi (The Demon), Jonathan Crombie (The Secret World of Benjamin Bear), Kate Beahan (The Wicker Man), Susan Anton (Wizards), Eleanor Columbus (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Dave Legeno (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), Carlos Bernard (Alien Raiders), Grace Johnston (Ghostwriter), Adam Rich (Dungeons & Dragons), Satoshi Kon (Paprika), Robin Askwith (Queen Kong), JoAnn Willette (The Twilight Zone), Lala Sloatman (Amityville: A New Generation), Lock Martin (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Aurore Clément (Succubus), Brigitte Lahaie (Two Orphan Vampires), Todd Babcock (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Raymond Ochoa (The Good Dinosaur), Annick Obonswain (Warehouse 13), Arthur Space (The Bat People), Mark Donovan (Shaun of the Dead), Katherine Sigismund (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), Dion Johnstone (The Core), Jeff Nathanson (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), William Marshall (The Phantom Planet), Dick Gregory (The Hot Chick), Colton Ford (The Lair), Cody Cameron (Shrek), Gawn Grainger (Doctor Who), Sam Buffington (Invasion of the Saucer Men), Richard Genelle (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Randy Stuart (The Incredible Shrinking Man), Antonia Rey (Dora the Explorer), Kang-Joon Seo (Are You Human Too?), James MacKrell (Teen Wolf), Lester Dent (Doc Savage)…

#OTD (11 October) in geeky history in 1960: The Bugs Bunny Show debuts

Born #OTD (11 October) in geeky history: Michelle Trachtenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Matt Bomer (Doom Patrol), Emily Deschanel (Sleepy Hollow), Constance Zimmer (BoJack Horseman), Joan Cusack (Toy Story 2), Stephen Moyer (True Blood), Bradley James (Merlin), Luke Perry (Biker Mice from Mars), Sean Patrick Flanery (Powder), Martha MacIsaac (The Thaw), Lennie James (The Walking Dead), David Morse (The Green Mile), Claudia Black (Farscape), Jane Krakowski (The Flinstones in Viva Rock Vegas), Trevor Donovan (Surrogates), Wes Chatham (The Expanse), Amitabh Bachchan (Astra Force), Doona Bae (Cloud Atlas), Brandon Flynn (BrainDead), John Nettles (Sindy: The Fairy Princess), Julie McNiven (Supernatural), Tanya Haden (Kung Fu Panda), Justin Lin (Star Trek: Beyond), Hayden Byerly (Lego Marvel’s Avengers), Ron Leibman (Archer), Dawn French (Coraline), Takeshi Kaneshiro (Mermaid Got Married), Caitlin Adams (Underworld Awakening), Artie Lange (Elf), Holly Fields (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Sig Ruman (House of Frankenstein), Nicola Bryant (Doctor Who), Eric Keenleyside (Dreamcatcher), Humphrey Ker (The Wrong Door), MC Lyte (The Regular Show), Jean Vander Pyl (The Flintstones), Earle Hyman (Thundercats), Stephen Spinella (Virtuosity), Shawn Ryan (Timeless), Kane Kosugi (Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero), Michael J. Nelson (Mystery Science Theater 3000), Paul Bown (Transmutations), Tomokazu Sugita (Attack on Titan), Frederick Kerr (Frankenstein), Kent Williams (Dragon Ball Z), Linda Hardy (Immortal), Caroline John (Doctor Who), Bill Randolph (Friday the 13th Part 2), Johnny Brady (We Were Tomorrow), J. Edward McKinley (Angry Red Planet), Linda Stirling (Manhunt of Mystery Island), Michael Turney (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Russell Collins (The Twilight Zone), Darien Sills-Evans (Person of Interest), Byeong-ok Kim (I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK), Dante Palminteri (Sharknado 2: The Second One), Debra Martin Chase (The Preacher’s Wife), C.G. Edmonson (The Ship That Sailed the Time Stream), William R. Fortschen (The Alexandrian Ring)…

#OTD (10 October) in geeky history in 2012: Arrow debuts

Born #OTD (10 October) in geeky history: Wendi McLendon-Covey (Goosebumps 2: Haunted Honeymoon), Dan Stevens (Beauty and the Beast), Marc Menchaca (Flashforward), Rose McIver (iZombie), Bradley Whitford (Get Out), Jodi Lyn O’Keefe (The Vampire Diaries), Charles Dance (Game of Thrones), Aimee Teegarden (Rings), Manu Bennett (Arrow), Bai Ling (The Crow), Lucy Griffiths (Uncanny), Chris Penn (Future Kick), Peter Coyote (Sphere), Joelle Carter (Constantine), Jodi Benson (The Little Mermaid), Jessica Harper (Phantom of the Paradise), Chiaki Kuriyama (Battle Royale), Emer Kenny (Vampire Killers), Mario Lopez (Elena of Avalor), Amber Scott (Hook), Karen Kopins (Once Bitten), Richard Jaeckel (Starman), Anita Mui (The Heroic Trio), Fiona Fullerton (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland), Ed Wood Jr. (Plan 9 from Outer Space), Julia Sweeney (Monsters University), Martin Kemp (Waxwork II: Lost in Time), Michael Giacchino (Star Trek), Dana Elcar (Dark Shadows), Helen Hayes (Herbie Rides Again), Ben Vereen (Zoobilee Zoo), Mya (Cursed), Larry Lamb (Superman), Michael Oliver (The Munsters Today), Bonita Friedericy (Chuck), Tony Pitts (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Aaron Himelstein (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Trevor Eyster (The Dreamer of Oz), Quinton Flynn (The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest), Chad Willett (The Cape), Mark Gordon (The Day After Tomorrow), Edan Gross (Child’s Play), J. Eddie Peck (Kyle XY), Benson Fong (The Love Bug), Maria Pia Calzone (Equilibrium), Alice Nunn (Pee-wee’s Big Adventure), Victoria Clark (The Happening), Daniel Massey (Warlords of the Deep), Grace Rolek (Steven Universe), David Lodge (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Marjan Neshat (RoboCop), Petra Morzé (America 3000), Peter White (Armageddon), Natalie Ramsey (Pleasantville), Javier Aguirresarobe (The Others), Mario Kassar (Stargate), Karra Elejalde (Timecrimes), Charles Lloyd Pack (Horror of Dracula), Michael Winder (Misfits), John Christian Grass (Philadelphia Experiment II), Laurel Cronin (Hook), Noah Keen (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Florida Friebus (My Mother the Car), Max Ehrlich (The Reincarnation of Peter Proud)…

#OTD (9 October) in geeky history in 2002: Birds of Prey debuts

Born #OTD (9 October) in geeky history: Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water), Jason Butler Harner (Alcatraz), Brandon Routh (Superman Returns), Jodelle Ferland (Dark Matter), Scott Bakula (Quantum Leap), Tony Shalhoub (Galaxy Quest), Chris O’Dowd (FAQ About Time Travel), Zachery Ty Bryan (Thor: Hammer of the Gods), Michael Paré (Starhunter), Spencer Grammer (Rick and Morty), Dana Wheeler-Nicholson (Circuity Man), Brian Blessed (Flash Gordon), Gethin Anthony (Game of Thrones), Sam Riegel (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Nick Swardson (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Sheila Kelley (Lost), Tyler James Williams (The Walking Dead), John Lennon (Yellow Submarine), Joe McFadden (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Jennifer Aspen (Weird Science), Richard Chaves (Predator), Louis Hynes (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Pete Docter (Up), John O’Hurley (The X-Files), Steve Burns (Blue’s Clues), Erin Daniels (The Outer Limits), Alex Greenwald (Donnie Darko), Robert Wuhl (Batman), James Dreyfus (My Hero), Sharon Osbourne (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Edward Andrews (Gremlins), Tad Hilgenbrink (Lost Boys: The Tribe), Melissa Villaseñor (O.K. K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes), Lila Kedrova (Bloodtide), Lorna Raver (Drag Me to Hell), Linwood Boomer (3rd Rock from the Sun), Isabelle Amara (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Sean Lennon (Alter Egos), Barbara March (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Gary Frank (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Alastair Sim (Scrooge), John Ralston (Bitten), Donald Sinden (The Prisoner), Liz Sagal (Howard the Duck), Hank Patterson (The Amazing Colossal Man), Sierra Fisk (Piranha 3DD), Jason Wingreen (Star Trek: The Original Series), Steve Jablonsky (Transformers), Tim Herlihy (Pixels), Brianna Daguanno (PJ Masks), Arnold Chon (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), Fyvush Finkel (Fantasy Island), Nhi Do (Watchmen), Gene LeBell (Total Recall), Freddie Young (The Asphyx), Philip Sterling (The Death of the Incredible Hulk), Marina Pierro (The Living Dead Girl), Madeleine Blaustein (Pokémon), Harry Bates (Farewell to the Master)…

#OTD (8 October) in geeky history in 1993: Demolition Man opens

Born #OTD (8 October) in geeky history: Bella Thorne (Marvel Avengers Academy), J.R. Ramirez (Manifest), Matt Damon (The Martian), Sigourney Weaver (Alien), Chevy Chase (Memoirs of an Invisible Man), Kristanna Loken (Painkiller Jane), Dylan Neal (Arrow), Angus T. Jones (George of the Jungle 2), Molly C. Quinn (Winx Club), Jeremy Davies (Solaris), Emily Procter (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), David Yates (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Ian Hart (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Anne-Marie Duff (Watership Down), Martin Henderson (The Ring), Karyn Parsons (Gulliver’s Travels), Peter Greene (The Mask), Nick Cannon (Men in Black II), Stephanie Zimbalist (Batman: The Animated Series), Michael Dudikoff (Navy Seals vs. Zombies), Ardal O’Hanlon (My Hero), Nick Bakay (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Travis Wester (Supernatural), Mike “The Miz” Mizanin (Supernatural), Olivia Ryan Stern (Supernatural), Dale Dye (Starship Troopers), Barbara Palvin (Hercules), Amy Beth Hayes (Misfits), James Olson (The Andromeda Strain), Bruno Mars (Rio 2), Darrell Hammond (Netherbeast Incorporated), Sue Randall (The Twilight Zone), Kamala Devi (The Brass Bottle), Brad Greenquist (Pet Sematary), Eddie Hargitay (FreakyLinks), Kara Zediker (Star Trek: Enterprise), Burr Steers (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Kirk Alyn (Superman), Eileen Essell (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Kimberly Ross (The Last Starfighter), Todd Bryant (The Matrix), Gabriel Dell (Legend of the Superheroes), Igor Jijikine (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull), Courtney Taylor Burness (Premonition), Peter Stickles (Evil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong), Michael Obiora (Tomb Raider), Wally Brown (Zombies on Broadway), Ray Stricklyn (Harry and the Hendersons), Allen Case (The Time Tunnel), William Broyles Jr. (Planet of the Apes), Tetsuya Nomura (Final Fantasy XV), Sarah Purcell (Wonder Woman), Olive Sturgess (The Raven), Brittany Oaks (The Cat in the Hat), Rouben Mamoulian (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), R.L. Stine (Goosebumps), Frank Herbert (Dune), Richard S. Shaver (I Remember Lemuria), William Corlett (The Door in the Tree)…

#OTD (7 October) in geeky history in 2014: The Flash debuts

Born #OTD (7 October) in geeky history: Amber Stevens West (Ghosted), Nicole Ari Parker (Time After Time), Holland Roden (Teen Wolf), Shawn Ashmore (Animorphs), Aaron Ashmore (Warehouse 13), Lulu Wilson (The Haunting of Hill House), Numan Acar (Aladdin), Jake McLaughlin (Believe), Kira Kosarin (The Thundermans), Omar Benson Miller (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Allison Munn (Charmed), Dylan Baker (Trick ‘r Treat), Mary Badham (The Twilight Zone), Jamie Hector (The Strain), Brandon Quinn (Big Wolf on Campus), Judy Landers (Dr. Alien), Bree Olson (Predator World), Jelena Jensen (Vampires), June Allyson (Misfits of Science), Simon Cowell (Family Guy), Andy Devine (Robin Hood), Frank Deal (Manifest), Ayla Kell (The Omega Code), Hugh Fraser (Doctor Who), Toni Braxton (The Oogiloves in the Big Balloon Adventure), Rosalyn Landor (Taz-Mania), Joy Behar (Ice Age: Continental Drift), Christopher Norris (Wonder Woman), Tony Way (Edge of Tomorrow), Alexander Polinsky (Teen Titans), Yennifer Behrens (Haunted Echoes), Meighan Desmond (Xena: Warrior Princess), Joseph Sirola (Fantastic Four), Marco Beltrami (I, Robot), Coleman “Coley” Laffoon (The Dead Will Tell), Warrington Gillette (Friday the 13th Part 2), Tom McBride (Friday the 13th Part 2), Edison Chen (The Grudge 2), Mark Radcliffe (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Sabrina Grdevich (AI: Artificial Intelligence), Austin Stoker (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Tony Beckley (Doctor Who), Mike Bartlett (Doctor Who), Tammy Klein (Star Trek: Henglaar, M.D.), James Van Patten (Hyper Space), Gary Scott Thompson (Hollow Man), Melinda O. Fee (The Invisible Man), Melba Rae (Lights Out), Joe Cobden (Devil), Jason Padgett (Spider-Man), Screaming Mad George (Predator), Raimund Harmstorf (Warum die UFOs unseren Salat klauen), John Loprieno (Star Trek: Voyager), Reid Shelton (The Sentinel), Chizzy Akudolu (Dead Set), Gabriel Yared (Ernest le Vampire), Tommy Farrell (Lost in Space), Richard Caldicott (The Prisoner)…

#OTD (6 October) in geeky history in 1999: Roswell debuts

Born #OTD (6 October) in geeky history: Jeremy Sisto (The Returned), Elisabeth Shue (Hollow Man), Olivia Thirby (Dredd), Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four), Britt Ekland (The Wicker Man), Amy Jo Johnson (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Fay Spain (Hercules Conquers Atlantis), Carole Lombard (Supernatural), Scarlett Byrne (Falling Skies), Janet Gaynor (The Return of Peter Grimm), Jenny Wade (Feast), Hilary Jardine (Van Helsing), Wes Ramsey (Charmed), Rhyon Nicole Brown (That’s So Raven), Jeff Bryan David (Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole), Isobelle Molloy (Maleficent), Jsu Garcia (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Roshon Fegan (Spider-Man 2), Lex Shrapnel (Captain America: The First Avenger), Wendy Robie (Twin Peaks), John Hostetter (Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust), Michael Arden (Source Code), Shauna MacDonald (Hemlock Grove), Anna Quayle (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Grace Narducci (Ghost in the Graveyard), Jerome Cowan (Miracle on 34th Street), Attila Vadja (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Barbie Hsu (Croczilla), Michael Durrell (V), Moa Gammel (Let the Right One In), Todd Howard (Fallout 3), Rachel Pace (Fallout 4), Barbara Werle (Seconds), Danny Gurra (Superboy), John McAlary (My Dead Ex), Richard Hissong (Legends of the Superheroes), Matt Vogel (The Muppets), John Knoll (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Lou Cutell (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), Mitchell Leisen (Death Takes a Holiday), Cameron Kennedy (My Babysitter’s a Vampire), Teala Loring (Return of the Apeman), David Brin (The Postman)

#OTD (5 October) in geeky history in 1999: Angel debuts

Born #OTD (5 October) in geeky history: Larry Fine (The Three Stooges in Orbit), Jacob Tremblay (Pete the Cat), Kate Winslet (Divergent), Guy Pearce (Alien: Covenant), Jesse Eisenberg (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Abigail Kuklis (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Neil deGrasse Tyson (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Karen Allen (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Parminder Negra (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Donald Pleasence (Halloween), Cassandra Jean Amell (Supergirl), Virginia Kull (Twin Peaks), Glynis Johns (Mary Poppins), Jeff Conaway (Babylon 5), Bernie Mac (Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa), Scott Weinger (Aladdin), Daniel Baldwin (Grimm), Duncan Regehr (The Monster Squad), Clive Barker (Hellraiser), Tom Hooper (His Dark Materials), Diane Cliento (The Wicker Man), Skip Homeier (Star Trek: The Original Series), Peter Brown (Deathstone), Ti West (The Innkeepers), Shelby Rabara (Steven Universe), Mary Gibbs (Monsters, Inc.), Monica Rial (Detective Conan), John Hoyt (When Worlds Collide), Noah Segan (Looper), Winston Story (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Glenn McMillan (Power Rangers: Ninja Storm), Kaya Rosenthal (Buccaneer Galaxy), Bobby Edner (Final Fantasy XII), Allen Ludden (Futureworld), Thom Christopher (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Myles Jeffrey (Early Edition), Woodrow Parfrey (Planet of the Apes), Kieron Moore (Darby O’Gill and the Little People), Azure Parsons (Salem), Vic Armstrong (I Am Legend), Natalie Victoria (Last Shift), Sal Viscuso (Spaceballs), Nicky Hilton Rothschild (Wishman), Nancy Barrett (Dark Shadows), Ricky Harris (Tales from the Hood), Tiana Benjamin (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Bill Dana (The Nude Bomb), Douglas Emerson (The Blob), Ehren Kruger (Dumbo), Jennifer Hagan (Mad Max: Fury Road), John Seale (Mad Max: Fury Road), William Watson (The Sword and the Sorcerer), Marshall Lancaster (Doctor Who), Ronald Leigh-Hunt (Doctor Who), Roberta Valderrama (The Purge: Anarchy), Jenna Russell (Into the Woods), Chloé Bruce (Blade Runner 2049), Hanna Hertelendy (Rosemary’s Baby), Maja Salvador (The Wedding Curse), Thomas Roberts (The Avengers), Randolph Roberts (Logan’s Run), Shawn Piller (Star Trek: The Next Generation)…

#OTD (4 October) in geeky history in: 1980 – Thundarr the Barbarian debuts; in 2015 – One Punch Man debuts in Japan

Born #OTD (4 October) in geeky history: Dakota Johnson (Suspiria), Caitriona Balfe (Outlander), Melissa Benoist (Supergirl), Alicia Silverstone (Batman & Robin), Christoph Waltz (Alita: Battle Angel), Rachael Leigh Cook (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Susan Sarandon (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Liev Schreiber (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Charlton Heston (Soylent Green), Daniella Deutscher (Aquaman), Wendy Makkena (Black Magic), Armand Assante (Judge Dredd), Ryan Lee (Super 8), Abraham Benrubi (George of the Jungle), Alan Rosenberg (Robots), Buster Keaton (The Twilight Zone), Bill Fagerbakke (SpongeBob SquarePants), Jimmy Workman (The Addams Family), Ned Luke (Rover Dangerfield), Christopher Fairbank (Guardians of the Galaxy), Hoyte Van Hoytema (Interstellar), Dana Davis (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Brandon Barash (Timeless), Clifton Davis (Iron Fist), Lori Saunders (Blood Bath), James Landry Hébert (Stranger Things), John Larch (The Amityville Horror), Heidi Holicker (Planet of the Apes), Cody McMains (Thomas and the Magic Railroad), Jennifer Gatti (Star Trek: The Next Generation), James T. Callahan (Knight Rider), Christopher Stone (The Howling), Scotty Beckett (Rocky Jones, Space Ranger), Trond Espen Seim (The Thing), Nick Mohammed (The Martian), Annabelle Lanyon (Legend), Ambrosia Kelley (Static Shock), Phillip Glaser (An American Tail), Robert Shayne (The Giant Claw), Ekin Cheng (Vampire Effect), Loren Lester (Batman and Harley Quinn), Edward Judd (First Men in the Moon), Daniel Anthony (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Marcia Lucas (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Michael Charles Roman (Frequency), Kyra Schon (Night of the Living Dead), Edmund Lyndeck (Enchanted), David Labiosa (The Entity), Stan Dragoti (Love at First Bite), Kerry Sherman (Satan’s Cheerleaders), Dalton Abbott (Terminator 2: Judgement Day), Kate McGregor-Stewart (Scrooged), Mark Powley (Starhunter), Sam Earle (Game of Death), Philip Van Zandt (House of Frankenstein), Horst Janson (Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter), Russell Simmons (The Nutty Professor), Anne Rice (Interview with the Vampire), Edward D. Stratmeyer (The Electric Wizard: or, Through Air and Water to the Pole)…

#OTD (3 October) in geeky history in 2000: Dark Angel debuts

Born #OTD (3 October) in geeky history: Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina), Tessa Thompson (Thor: Ragnarok), Seann William Scott (Evolution), Lena Headey (Game of Thrones), Tommy Wiseau (Cold Moon), Joonas Suotamo (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Alanna Ubach (Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves), Neve Campbell (The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride), Jessica Parker Kennedy (In Time), Denis Villeneuve (Arrival), Shannyn Sossamon (Sleepy Hollow), Clive Owen (Children of Men), Seth Gabel (American Horror Story), Keiko Agena (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), Noah Schnapp (Stranger Things), Ashlee Simpson (The Hot Chick), Erik von Detten (Toy Story), Amanda Walsh (Lost Girl), Chris Marquette (Freddy vs. Jason), Janel Moloney (The Leftovers), Jack Wagner (Trapped in Space), Gwen Stefani (Kuu Kuu Harajuku), John Hennigan (Hercules Reborn), Meghan Heffern (The Fog), Hart Bochner (Supergirl), Aramis Knight (Into the Badlands), Christian Coulson (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Pamela Hensley (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Madlyn Rhue (Star Trek: The Original Series), Derek Klena (The Tomorrow People), Jennifer Todd (Alice Through the Looking Glass), Greg Proops (The Nightmare Before Christmas), Hedy Burress (Final Fantasy X), Tommy Lee (Vanilla Sky), Peter Frenchette (Picket Fences), Michael Hordern (Watership Down), Claudia Bassols (The Returned), Craig Cackowski (Son of Zorn), Richard Ian Cox (Dinotrux), Adair Tishler (Heroes), Gore Vidal (Gattaca), John Patrick Shanley (Congo), Carlo Alban (Sesame Street), ASAP Rocky (Marvel Avengers Academy), Hailey McCann (The Time Traveler’s Wife), Joel Polis (The Thing), Alan Rachins (Stargate SG-1, Greig Fraser (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Henry Hull (Werewolf of London), Warner Oland (Werewolf of London), Gabriela de la Garza (Dragonball: Evolution), Charles Middleton (Flash Gordon), Earl Dwire (Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe), Mario Joyner (Bee Movie), Jennifer Campbell (NightMan), Tom Bresnahan (Mirror Mirror), Felix Avitia (Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything), Jean Lefebvre (These Sorcerer’s Are Mad), Steve Susskind (Monsters, Inc.), Niall Buggy (Zardoz), Bever-Leigh Banfield (Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland), Laurel Near (Eraserhead), Alan Dinehart (Supernatural), Larry Ward (Wonder Woman), Morgan Farley (Star Trek: The Original Series), Chubby Checker (Purple People Eater), Charles B. Stilson (Polaris of the Snows), Katherine Kerr (Daggerspell)…

#OTD (2 October) in geeky history: in 1950 – Tom Corbett Space Cadet debuts; in 1959 – The Twilight Zone debuts

Born #OTD (2 October) in geeky history: Bud Abbott (Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein), Camilla Belle (Practical Magic), Lorraine Bracco (BoJack Horseman), Brianna Brown (The Evil Within), Samantha Barks (Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart), Natasha Little (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Kelly Ripa (Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman), Avery Brooks (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Michelle Krusiec (Cursed), Jeffrey Weissman (Back to the Future Part II), Maribel Verdú (Pan’s Labyrinth), Lew Temple (Zombex), Ian McNeice (Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls), Charles Seabrook (Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls), Tara Lynne Barr (Prototype 2), Persis Khambatta (Star Trek: The Motion Picture), Efren Ramirez (El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera), Sting (Dune), Lucy Cohu (Torchwood), Jeff Bennett (Enchanted), Elizabeth McLaughlin (First Day), Christopher Larkin (The 100), Robin Riker (Alligator), Marta Gastini (Dracula 3D), George “Spanky” McFarland (A Lad an’ a Lamp), Brendan Meyer (The OA), Tiffany (Mega Python vs. Gatoroid), Joey Slotnick (Hollow Man), Moses Gunn (Rollerball), Danny Smith (Big Wolf on Campus), Charlie Adler (Cow and Chicken), Charles Drake (Harvey), Michele Nordin (Teenage Alien Avengers), Dragomir Mrsic (Edge of Tomorrow), Suki Kaiser (Cyberjack), David Bradley (Cyborg Cop), Castille Landon (Albion: The Enchanted Stallion), John Morris (Toy Story), Angelyne (Earth Girls Are Easy), Elyse Mirto (The Last Ship), David Gale (Re-Animator), Rex Reed (Superman), Pauline Chamberlain (The Prisoner), Richard Ashton (Doctor Who), Claudio Fragasso (Troll 2), Kymberly Herrin (Ghost Busters), Robin Hardy (The Wicker Man), Kevin Cooney (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Eduardo Serra (Unbreakable), Adrian Quinonez (No Ordinary Family), Adam O’Byrne (Extant), Kirara Asuka (Ultraman Ginga), Chris Kendall (Oscar’s Home for Fantastical Creatures), Joe Lara (Tarzan: The Epic Adventures), William Ching (Science Fiction Theatre), Chris Savino (The Powerpuff Girls), Alex Raymond (Flash Gordon), Jack Finney (The Body Snatchers), Vernor Vinge (Rainbow’s End)…

#OTD (1 October) in geeky history in 1968: Night of the Living Dead opens

Born #OTD (1 October) in geeky history: Brie Larson (Captain Marvel), Julie Andrews (Mary Poppins), Esai Morales (Caprica), Richard Harris (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Rupert Friend (Strange Angel), Katie Aselton (Legion), Danika Yarosh (Heroes Reborn), Sarah Drew (Supernatural), Jurnee Smollett-Bell (True Blood), Zach Galafianakis (The Lego Batman Movie), Randy Quaid (Independence Day), Danielle Bisutti (Curse of Chucky), Walter Matthau (How the Grinch Stole Christmas!), Olga Fonda (Real Steel), Stella Stevens (The Nutty Professor), George Peppard (Damnation Alley), Emerald Fennell (Pan), Michele Bauer (Vampire Vixens from Venus), Jay Underwood (The Boy Who Could Fly), Cariba Heine (H20: Just Add Water), Stephen Collins (Star Trek: The Motion Picture), Josh Brener (DuckTales), Nanci Chambers (Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction), Tom Bosley (Wicked Stepmother), Christian Borle (Peter Pan Live!), Sherri Saum (Heroes), James Whitmore (Them!), Cassandra Freeman (Luke Cage), Roxane Mesquida (Kiss of the Damned), Laurence Harvey (The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm), Leah Renee (Growing Up Creepie), Natalija Nogulich (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Tara Buckman (Xtro II: The Second Encounter), Stephen Lord (Penny Dreadful), Ted King (Charmed), Jeannine Riley (My Brother the Angel), Christopher Titus (Killer Clowns from Outer Space), Cindy Margolis (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery), Hakeem Kae-Kazim (Vixen), Brandon Keener (Vixen: The Movie), Leila Goldoni (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Michu (ALF), Holly Elissa (Supernatual), Barbara Tyson (Final Destination), Philippe Noiret (Macbeth), Charles Edwards (Batman Begins), Elizabeth Dennehy (Hancock), Lonny Chapman (The Birds), Stanley Holloway (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Deborah Zoe (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Yvette Freeman (Alien Nation), Everett Sloane (Jonny Quest), Sam Saletta (A Christmas Carol), Brian Wimmer (Tank Girl), Richard Loo (The Incredible Hulk), Ted Healy (Mad Love), Larry Simms (It’s a Wonderful Life), Abraham Sofaer (Star Trek: The Original Series), Robert Gist (Star Trek: The Original Series), Darlene Tejeiro (Star Trek), Estelle Evans (The Clairvoyant), George Coulouris (Between Two Worlds), Sicily Johnson (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Ryan Turek (Halloween), Hubert Taczanowski (Dragon Wars: D-War), Scott Innes (Scooby-Doo)…

#OTD (30 September) in geeky history in 1953: Donovan’s Brain opens

Born #OTD (30 September) in geeky history: Lacey Chabert (Lost in Space), Monica Bellucci (The Matrix Reloaded), Marion Cotillard (Inception), Ezra Miller (Justice League), Angie Dickinson (The Resurrection of Zachary Wheeler), Kieran Culkin (The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns), Jenna Elfman (Fear the Walking Dead), Fran Drescher (Hotel Transylvania), Eric Stoltz (The Butterfly Effect), Pihla Viitala (Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters), Maddie Ziegler (Drop Dead Diva), Katrina Law (Arrow), Levi Miller (Pan), Andrea Roth (Cloak & Dagger), Daniel Wu (Warcraft: The Beginning), Greyston Holt (Bitten), Tony Hale (American Ultra), Amy Landecker (Doctor Strange), Maia Brewton (Back to the Future), Teal Redmann (Chameleon 3: Dark Angel), Toni Trucks (Grimm), Jack Wild (H.R. Pufnstuf), Jonathan Kasdan (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Chris Jackson (Moana), Antoinette Bower (Time Walker), Omid Djalili (The Mummy), Debrah Farentino (Eureka), Al Leong (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Barry Williams (Bigfoot), Ian Ogilvy (Death Becomes Her), Dan O’Bannon (Alien), Alistair Petrie (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Truman Capote (The Innocents), Calvin Levels (Hellbound), Mark Rhino Smith (Zootopia), Donna Biscoe (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part I), Angela Pleasence (Doctor Who), Gladys Portugues (It’s Alive III: Island of the Alive), Raphaël Coleman (It’s Alive), Rula Lenska (Queen Kong), Rachel Snow (Matilda), Ashley Hamilton (Iron Man 3), Ben Cooper (The Time Tunnel), Philip Dorn (Tarzan’s Secret Treasure), Sean Rogerson (Arrow), Meadow Sisto (The Tick), Shanesia Davis (Early Edition), Fernanda Dorogi (Season of the Witch), Nadine Marshall (Paddington 2), Huanani Minn (Mulan), Lil Dagover (The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari), Fran Brill (Sesame Street), Jan Schweiterman (NightMan), Sondra Lee (Peter Pan)…

#OTD (29 September) in geeky history in 1963: My Favorite Martian debuts

Born #OTD (29 September) in geeky history: Zachary Levi (Shazam!), Rune Temte (Captain Marvel), Anna Jacoby-Heron (Stranger Things), Erika Eleniak (The Blob), Chrissy Metz (American Horror Story), Ian McShane (American Gods), Cindy Morgan (TRON), Sasha Lane (Hellboy), Mackenzie Crook (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Emily Lloyd (Riverworld), Madeline Kahn (Young Frankenstein), Andrew Dice Clay (Amazon Women on the Moon), Luke Goss (Hellboy II: The Golden Army), Dale Dickey (Iron Man 3), Anita Ekberg (Fangs of the Living Dead), Natasha Gregson Wagner (The 4400), Roger Bart (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Larry Linville (Earth Girls Are Easy), Alexis Cruz (Stargate), Jill Whelan (Sandman), Steve Forrest (Team Knight Rider), Shay Astar (3rd Rock from the Sun), Adriene Mishler (Day 5), Martin Ferrero (Jurassic Park), Fllora Saini (A.I.SHA: My Virtual Girlfriend), Karen Young (Night Magic), CJ Jones (Castle Rock), Robert Benton (Superman), Trevor Howard (Superman), Robert Webb (Doctor Who), Patricia Hodge (The Cloning of Joanna May), Isla Blair (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Stanley Kramer (On the Beach), Russell Peters (Source Code), Anna Khaja (The Good Place), Ken Weatherwax (The Addams Family), Rick Warden (Apparitions), Rory Jackson (I Kill Giants), Donovan Scott (Popeye), Doris Singleton (The Munsters), Brenda Marshall (The Smiling Ghost), Brad Kane (Fringe), Drake Hogestyn (Otherworld), Ted de Corsia (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Zibby Allen (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Reggie Bannister (Phantasm), Donna Corcoran (Angels in the Outfield), Virginia Bruce (The Invisible Woman), Miguel Ángel Fuentes (The Pumaman), Gene Autry (The Phantom Empire), Anne Nagel (The Green Hornet), Peter Arne (Tarzan and the Lost Safari), Jorge Vargas (Power Rangers Ninja Storm), Lisa Foiles (The League of S.T.E.A.M.), Eddie Barth (Babe: Pig in the City), Theodore Shapiro (Ghostbusters), Steve Yedlin (Looper), Sasha Rionda (Total Recall), Richard Alan Reid (Criminal), Doug Brochu (Fish Hooks), Mike Post (Quantum Leap), Gabor Csupo (Rugrats), Nora Hayden (The Angry Red Planet), William A. Fraker (WarGames), Les Claypool (Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey), Billy Bevan (The Invisible Man’s Revenge), David Daker (Time Bandits), James Frawley (The Muppet Movie), Nicholas Briggs (Torchwood), Leslie Graves (Piranha II: The Spawning), Claudio Cassinelli (Hercules), Stan Berenstain (The Berenstain Bears)…

#OTD (28 September) in geeky history in 1951: The Day the Earth Stood Still opens

Born #OTD (28 September) in geeky history: Keir Gilcrhist (It Follows), Naomi Watts (King Kong), Mira Sorvino (Mimic), Hilary Duff (Casper Meets Wendy), Brigitte Bardot (Spirits of the Dead), Janeane Garofalo (Mystery Men), Skye McCole Bartusiak (Boogeyman), Jeffrey Jones (Howard the Duck), Kirsten Zien (Elektra), J.T. Walsh (Dark Skies), Susan Walters (The Vampire Diaries), Ronald Lacey (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Lucas Bryant (Haven), Maria Canals-Barrera (Wizards of Waverly Place), William Windom (Escape from the Planet of the Apes), Marcella Mastroianni (Ghosts, Italian Style), Bellina Logan (Interview with the Vampire), Marshall Bell (Starship Troopers), Fiona Lewis (Innerspace), Matt Day (Farscape), Peter Finch (Lost Horizon), Daniel Bonjour (The Walking Dead), Gregory Jbara (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), John Sayles (The Brother from Another Planet), Matthew Cowles (Life on Mars), Kiran Shah (The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Janet Munro (Darby O’Gill and the Little People), Anndi McAfee (Tom and Jerry: The Movie), Steve Hytner (The Prophecy), Erin Carufel (Return to the Batcave: The Adventures of Adam and Burt), Joel Higgins (Salvage 1), Moon Unit Zappa (Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills), Robert Hogan (Batman), Karan Ashley (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Brit Sheridan (Supernatural), Herbert Jefferson Jr. (Battlestar Galactica), Frankie Jonas (Spooky Buddies), Chris Hebert (The Last Starfighter), Arnold Stang (Top Cat), Brendan Kelly (Tarzan), J. Trevor Edmond (Lord of Illusions), Mimi Craven (Star Trek: Voyager), Marzena Godecki (Ocean Girl), Ralph Ahn (Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace), Nick Landis (Death Battle), Joe Torry (Tales from the Hood), Rod Roddy (House of Mouse), Hannah Leder (Deep Impact)…

#OTD (27 September) in geeky history in 1961: The Day the Sky Exploded opens in the USA)

Born #OTD (27 September) in geeky history: Anna Camp (True Blood), Gwyneth Paltrow (Iron Man), Thomas Mann (Kong: Skull Island), Marc Maron (Harvey Beaks), Indira Varma (Game of Thrones), Lola Kirke (Fallen), Daeg Faerch (Halloween), Tamara Taylor (Altered Carbon), Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Lost in Space), A Martinez (Curse of Chucky), Wilford Brimley (Cocoon), Avril Lavigne (Charming), Sofia Milos (The Twilight Zone), Kathleen Nolan (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Shaun Cassidy (Emerald City), Amanda Detmer (Final Destination), Liz Torres (Pinocchio), Meat Loaf (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Carrie Brownstein (Archer), Will Sampson (Poltergeist II: The Other Side), Patrick Muldoon (Starship Troopers), William Conrad (Rocky and His Friends), Sam Lerner (The Secret Saturdays), Denis Lawson (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Garrick Hagon (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Phil Tippett (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Christopher Cousins (The Vampire Diaries), Debi Derryberry (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius), Michele Dotrice (Out of the Unknown), Andy Lau (Future X-Cops), Bo Martyn (The Expanse), Scott Lawrence (Avatar), Jayne Meadows (Alice in Wonderland), Greg Morris (The Twilight Zone), Arielle Vandenberg (Dark Moon Rising), Grace Helbig (Trolls), Travis Aaron Wade (War of the Worlds), Agata Kulesza (The Witcher), Zita Görög (Underworld: Evolution), David Bradley (Macbeth), Roger C. Carmel (Star Trek: The Original Series), Kristopher Turner (A Little Bit Zombie), Carl Ballantine (Garfield and Friends), Tom Braidwood (The X Files), Margery Mason (The Princess Bride), Tani Guthrie (The Thirsty Dead), Frank Gerstle (The Neanderthal Man), Mary McCarty (Babes in Toyland), Grant Reynolds (The Invisible Man), Eve March (The Curse of the Cat People), Jackie Morrison (Bugs), Milton Subotsky (The Land That Time Forgot), David Bishop (Operation Vampyr), Bernard Waber (Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile)…

#OTD (26 September) in geeky history in 1975: The Rocky Horror Picture Show opens in Los Angeles

Born #OTD (26 September) in geeky history: Martine Beswick (Dr. Jekyll & Sister Hyde), Talulah Riley (Westworld), Jim Caviezel (The Prisoner), Linda Hamilton (The Terminator), Leslie Hamilton Gearren (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Olivia Newton-John (Xanadu), Emma Rigby (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland), Sheri Moon Zombie (Halloween), Melissa Sue Anderson (X-Men), Donna Douglas (The Twilight Zone), Lysette Anthony (Dracula: Dead and Loving It), Christina Milian (Pulse), Julie London (Nabonga), Ashley Leggat (Good Witch), Joyce Jameson (Death Race 2000), Kent McCord (Predator 2), Ben Shenkman (Pi), Lilly “Superwoman” Singh (Fahrenheit 451), George Raft (Batman), Tricia O’Kelley (FreakyLinks), Ninja (Chappie), Serena Williams (Pixels), Patrick O’Neal (The Stepford Wives), Richard Herd (Star Trek: Voyager), Mary Beth Hurt (Lady in the Water), Jacob Tierney (Big Wolf on Campus), Mark Famiglietti (Flashforward), Jonathan Goldsmith (The Littles), Maria Bonnevie (The Polar Bear King), Charlotte Spencer (The Living and the Dead), Melanie Paxson (The Descendants), Julienne Davis (Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time), Jerry Weintraub (The Avengers), Victoria Vetri (Rosemary’s Baby), David Slade (30 Days of Night), Brett Climo (Dead End Drive-In), Togo Igawa (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Edmund Gwenn (Miracle on 34th Street), Ty Miller (The X-Files), Jillian Barberie (Stripperella), Sam Coleman (Game of Thrones), Toby Hargrave (Altered Carbon), Katy Carmichael (The Infinite World of H.G. Wells), Michael Blodgett (The Velvet Vampire), Daniel Buran (True Blood), Shug Fisher (Cyborg 2087), Charles Macaulay (Star Trek: The Original Series), Antonio Moreno (Creature from the Black Lagoon), James Keane (The Low Budget Time Machine), David Millbern (Ice Spiders), Joanne Nosuchinsky (Gotham), Tina Wiseman (Hell Mountain), Frederick E.O. Toye (Westworld), Helmut Bakaitis (The Matrix Reloaded), Rachel Jacobs (The Kid with the Broken Halo), Lou Myers (Volcano), Jennifer Getzinger (Outlander), Fred Gaskin (Guardians of the Galaxy), Dana Rogoz (The Zero Theorem), Aric Cushing (There’s No Such Thing as Vampires), William Vaughan (Defying Gravity), Alaa Safi (Doctor Strange), Winsor McCay (Gertie the Dinosaur), Douglas R. Mason (Eight Against Utopia), Tanya Huff (Valor’s Choice)…

#OTD (25 September) in geeky history in 1999: Surrogates opens

Born #OTD (25 September) in geeky history: Will Smith (Men in Black), Donald Glover (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Catherine Zeta-Jones (The Haunting), Mark Hamill (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Michael Douglas (Ant-Man), T.I. (Ant-Man), Clea DuVall (Ghosts of Mars), Bridgette Wilson-Sampras (Mortal Kombat), Michael Madsen (Species), Christopher Reeve (Superman), Heather Locklear (Firestarter), Drew Snyder (Firestarter), Tate Donovan (Hercules), Zach Woods (Ghostbusters), Aldo Ray (The Secret of NIMH), Jordan Gavaris (Orphan Black), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Orphan Black), Jason Flemyng (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Pedro Almodóvar (The Skin I Live In), Joel David Moore (Avatar), Chris Owen (The Mist), David Benioff (Game of Thrones), Beth Toussaint (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Mimi Kennedy (Midnight in Paris), Hal Sparks (Spider-Man 2), Matt Battaglia (Thor), Colin Friels (Dark City), Jack Bender (Lost), John Erickson (Bedknobs and Broomsticks), Nicole Fugere (The New Addams Family), Peter Woodthorpe (The Lord of the Rings), Sarah Jayne Dunn (The Dark Knight), David Bedella (Batman Begins), Robyn Nevin (The Matrix Revolutions), Caroline Kava (Quantum Leap), Claire Brennan (She Freak), Shel Silverstein (Where the Sidewalk Ends)…

#OTD (24 September) in geeky history in 1992: The Sci-Fi Channel (later Syfy) launches

Born #OTD (24 September) in geeky history: Brad Bird (The Incredibles), Spencer Treat Clark (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Jackie Sandler (Pixels), Jessica Lucas (Cloverfield), Harriet Walker (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Kevin Sorbo (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Drey Damon (American Horror Story), Ian Bohen (Teen Wolf), Lara Jean Chorostecki (The Listener), Nia Vardalos (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Phil Hartman (Small Soldiers), Brit Morgan (True Blood), Kimberley Nixon (Outlander), Sven-Ole Thorsen (The Running Man), Eloise Mumford (The River), Justin Bruening (The Messengers), Elizabeth Bogush (The Messengers), Kate Fleetwood (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Ben Platt (Red Riding Hood), Kelly Jo Minter (The Lost Boys), Tanit Phoenix Copley (The Lost Boys: The Thirst), Ryan Paevey (4 Dead Girls: The Soul Taker), Kristina Wayborn (Forbidden Warrior), Megan Ward (Dark Skies), Erin Chambers (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Audra Lindley (The Relic), Jim Henson (The Muppet Show), Andrew Leeds (American Horror Story), R.H. Thompson (Twilight of the Ice Nymphs), Allison McAtee (Iron Man), Matthew Gravelle (Torchwood), Arthur Mallett (Mary Poppins), Anthony Newley (Doctor Dolittle), Coyote Shivers (Johnny Mnemonic), Malinda Williams (Captain Planet and the Planeteers), Gordon Clapp (Prototype), Candace Kita (Masked Rider), John Logan (Hugo), Kenneth Tigar (Creator), Marieh Delfino (Jeepers Creepers II), Rick Zumwalt (Batman Returns), Tina Rodriguez (Death Proof), Ross Mathews (Beauty and the Beat Boots), Don Porter (She-Wolf of London), Larry Gates (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Theresa Merritt (The Wiz), Kyle Sullivan (Soldier), Randall Duk Kim (Kung Fu Panda), Rosamund Kwan (Pretty Ghost), Finty Williams (Macbeth), Paul Sutera (Superboy), Mary McDonald-Lewis (Twilight), Kieran Mulroney (Power Rangers), Steve Whitmire (Fraggle Rock), Shirly Brener (G.I. Joe: Retaliation), Lauro David Chartrand-DelValle (War for the Planet of the Apes), David Anspaugh (Vampire), Shane Conrad (Threshold), Kevin Connor (Frankenstein), Pia Wurtzbach (Gandarrapido! The Revenger Squad), Louis Edmonds (Dark Shadows), Dee Pollock (The Outer Limits), James Burke (On Borrowed Time), Marc Guggenheim (Arrow), Bert I. Gordon (The Amazing Colossal Man), Billy Bletcher (The Lost City), Yuki Matsuzaki (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Stanley Lebor (Flash Gordon), John Brunner (Stand on Zanzibar), F. Scott Fitzgerald (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), John Kessel (The Moon and the Other), Horace Walpole (The Castle of Otranto)…

#OTD (23 September) in geeky history in 2005: Ghost Whisperer debuts

Born #OTD (23 September) in geeky history: Walter Pidgeon (Forbidden Planet), Anthony Mackie (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Warren Kole (The Avengers), Alyssa Sutherland (The Mist), Kip Pardue (The Runaways), Romy Schneider (Death Watch), Elizabeth Peña (The Incredibles), Jason Alexander (Tom & Jerry: Back to Oz), Mickey Rooney (Journey Back to Oz), Mary Kay Place (Being John Malkovich), Rosalind Chao (Freaky Friday), Robert James-Collier (The Ritual), Keri Lynn Pratt (Smallville), Skylar Astin (Wreck-It Ralph), Kaylee DeFer (Ghosts/Aliens), Chi McBride (I, Robot), Anneliese van der Pol (Vampires Suck), Lisa Loven Kongsli (Wonder Woman), Jaime Bergman (Dysenchanted), Alex Proyas (Dark City), Laura Dickinson (Phineas and Ferb), David Lim (5th Passenger), Maren Jensen (Battlestar Galactica), Cosimo Fusco (The Eighteenth Angel), Zach Tyler (The Ant Bully), Louise Lathem (The Philadelphia Experiment), Paul Petersen (In the Year 2889), Caroline Lagerfelt (Minority Report), Kate French (Echoes), Faune Chambers Watkins (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Misti Traya (Joan of Arcadia), Emmett Skilton (Into the Rainbow), Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie), Hasan Minhaj (Far Cry 4), Shannon Chan-Kent (Slugterra), Tom Lester (Knight Rider), Jason Carter (Babylon 5), Colin Blakely (The Vengeance of She), Liberty Ross (Snow White and the Huntsman), Nancy Fox (Warlock), Shawn C. Phillips (Treasure Chest of Horrors), Erik Dellums (Doctor Dolittle), Rosalind Allen (SeaQuest 2032), Katrina Browne (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Pat Skipper (The X-Files), Christopher Peters (Superman Returns), Johnny Weissmuller Jr. (THX 1138), Erik-Michael Estrada (Dead 7), Tom Fitzpatrick (Insidious: Chapter 2), Janelle Brady (Class of Nuke ‘Em High), Robert B. Williams (Teenagers from Outer Space), Anne Randall (Westworld), Arjen Tuiten (Maleficent), Cappy Van Dien (Starship Troopers), Bob Herron (Small Soldiers), Peter David (The Rift)…

#OTD (22 September) in geeky history in 1986: ALF debuts

Born #OTD (22 September) in geeky history: John Houseman (Rollerball), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), Laura Vandervoort (Smallville), Tom Felton (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Mirielle Enos (World War Z), Billie Piper (Doctor Who), Frazer Hines (Doctor Who), Rupert Penry-Jones (The Strain), Bonnie Hunt (Jumanji), MyAnna Buring (The Descent), Lawrence Gilliard Jr. (The Walking Dead), Daniella Alonso (Re-Kill), Sue Perkins (Dinotopia), John Woo (Face/Off), Catherine Oxenberg (Sharktopous vs. Whalewolf), Paul Le Mat (Puppet Master), Scott Baio (Zapped!), Ira Heiden (Zapped Again!), Michael Graziadei (American Horror Story), Joan Jett (Highlander), Jim Byrnes (Highlander), Ashley Eckstein (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Ruth Jones (Torchwood), Bob Sapp (Conan the Barbarian), Anna Karina (Alphaville), Sala Baker (Deadpool 2), Chad Michael Collins (Extinct), Matt Besser (The Mighty B!), Martha Scott (The Bionic Woman), Chase Ellison (Tooth Fairy), Valis Volkova (Game of Thrones), Ukweli Roach (Humans), Erin Pitt (The 99), Godfrey Gao (The Moral Instumets: City of Bones), Toni Basil (Village of the Giants), Art Metrano (Fred and Barney Meet the Thing), Erich von Stroheim (The Lady and the Monster), Virginia Capers (Howard the Duck), Arthur Lowe (The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe), Blake Soper (3rd Rock from the Sun), Minerva Urecal (The Ape Man), Shari Belafonte (Beyond Reality), Eugene Roche (Airwolf), Richard Marquand (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Michael Gilden (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Marc Kudisch (Person of Interest), Allan Lane (Mister Ed), Chad Todhunter (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Debby Boone (Swamp Thing), Asa Maynor (Conquest of the Planet of the Apes), George DeNormand (Dick Tracy), Chris Tallman (Time Belt), Michelle Ruff (Akira), Stuart Fratkin (Godzilla), Robin Gammell (Skyline), Chelsea Tavares (Fright Night), David Wohl (Hey Arnold!), Arielle Brachfeld (The Haunting of Whaley House), Elizabeth Lambert (Dark Skies), Jamie Snow (Henry Danger), Wayne Grayson (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Owen Roizman (The Exorcist), Nicholas Kadi (Quest for Fire), Megan Hollingshead (Naruto: Shippûden), Katharine Alexander (Death Takes a Holiday), Bryan Forrest (Video Game High School), Fay Weldon (The Cloning of Joanna May), Brian Keene (The Rising), Elizabeth Bear (Shoggoths in Bloom), Ian Mortimer (The Outcasts of Time)…

#OTD (21 September) in geeky history in 1937: The Hobbit is first published

Born #OTD (21 September) in geeky history: Maggie Grace (Lost), Nick Castle (The Last Starfighter), Joseph Mazzello (Jurassic Park), Nancy Travis (Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man), Bill Murray (Ghostbusters), Dave Coulier (The Real Ghostbusters), Alfonso Ribeiro (Extreme Ghostbusters), Ryan Guzman (Heroes Reborn), David Wenham (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Christian Serratos (Twilight), Autumn Reeser (La Llorona), Allison Scagliotti (Warehouse 13), Jordyn Negri (Warehouse 13), Larry Hagman (I Dream of Jeannie), Luke Wilson (Idiocracy), Rudy Youngblood (Snow Moon), Nicole Richie (Chuck), Cheryl Hines (Son of Zorn), Angus Macfayden (Miracles), David James Elliott (The Storm), Aleksa Palladino (The Mandela Effect), Rob Morrow (Mr. Miracle), Henry Gibson (Innerspace), Ricki Lake (Gravedale High), Rob Benedict (Supernatural), Jerry Bruckheimer (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Serena Scott Thomas (All Souls), James Lesure (Ring Two), Gail Russell (The Uninvited), Sigrid Valdis (The Wild Wild West), Simon Scott (The Wild Wild West), Ann Elder (The Wild Wild West), Scott Evans (The Lovely Bones), Shelley Conn (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), William Ostrander (Christine), Fannie Flagg (Wonder Woman), Dominic Pace (Megaladon), Katy Townsend (Mass Effect: Andromeda), Shirley Ballard (Mad Max), Caleb Deschanel (The Lion King), Faith Hill (The Stepford Wives), Óscar Casas (The Orphanage), Tracy Reed (UFO), Dawn Addams (The Love Factor), Rand Brooks (Rocky Jones, Space Ranger), Burr DeBenning (The Incredible Melting Man), Nigel Stock (Doctor Who), Yvonne Wilder (The Return of Count Yorga), Abby Lee Miller (Sharknado 5: Global Swarming), Fred Beir (The Twilight Zone), Susan Fleetwood (Clash of the Titans), Lloyd Gough (The Green Hornet), Mickey Khun (Dick Tracy), Cedric Smith (X-Men), Chuck Jones (One Froggy Evening), Yûsaku Matsuda (Horror of the Wolf), Stephen King (The Stand), H.G. Wells (The War of the Worlds), Cassandra Rose Clarke (The Mad Scientist’s Daughter)…

#OTD (20 September) in geeky history in 2002: Firefly debuts

Born #OTD (20 September) in geeky history: Kristen Johnston (3rd Rock from the Sun), Jon Bernthal (Daredevil), Sammi Hanratty (Salem), Asia Argento (Land of the Dead), Sophia Loren (Ghosts, Italian Style), Gary Cole (Harvey Birdman, Attorney General), Charlie Weber (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Wallis Day (Krypton), Moon Bloodgood (Falling Skies), Spencer Locke (Tarzan), Aldis Hodge (A.T.O.M.: Alpha Teens on Machines), Chad Stahelski (The Hunger Games) Robert LaSardo (Death Race), Maggie Cheung (2046), Robert Rusler (Weird Science), Olivia Grant (Stardust), Anna Meara (Night at the Museum), JoAnna Cameron (SHAZAM!), Karen Sharpe (Bomba and the Jungle Girl), N’Bushe Wright (Blade), James Colby (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Brinke Stevens (RoboWoman), Aimee Graham (From Dusk Till Dawn), Michael Hurst (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Betsy Brantley (The Princess Bride), Mina Anwar (House of Anubis), Joseph Lyle Taylor (The Dark Knight Rises), Kenneth More (Unidentified Flying Oddball), Antoinette Kalaj (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Ted Neeley (Man from Atlantis), William Finley (Phantom of the Paradise), Fernando Rey (Star Knight), Sarah Rush (Battlestar Galactica), Pepper Martin (Superman II), Tara Sands (Pokémon), Sarah Natochenny (Pokémon), Jonathan Hardy (Mad Max), Frank De Vol (Herbie, the Love Bug), Ben Edlund (The Tick), Parisa Fakhri (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Malachy McCourt (Q), Ricardo Montez (The Avengers), Hope Levy (Batman: The Brave and the Bold), Peter Palmer (Edward Scissorhands), George R.R. Martin (A Game of Thrones), James P. Blaylock (The Elfin Ship), A.A. Attanasio (The Dragon and the Unicorn)…

#OTD (19 September) in geeky history in 1952: The Adventures of Superman debuts

Born #OTD (19 September) in geeky history: Danielle Panabaker (The Flash), Lorenza Izzo (Hemlock Grove), Jeremy Irons (The Lion King), Ernie Sabella (The Lion King), Katrina Bowden (Tucker and Dale vs Evil), Paul Williams (Phantom of the Paradise), Sanaa Lathan (Blade), Kim Richards (Escape to Witch Mountain), Kevin Zegers (Fear the Walking Dead), David McCallum (Sapphire and Steel), Rosemary Harris (Spider-Man), Jimmy Fallon (Jurassic World), Kathie Browne (Star Trek: The Original Series), Adam West (Batman), David Bamber (Doctor Who), Victor Williams (Bewitched), Kevin Hooks (Innerspace), Cheri Oteri (Innerspace), William Hickey (The Nightmare Before Christmas), Carolyn McCormick (Enemy Mine), Richard Ridings (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Twiggy (Tales from the Crypt), Spencer Garrett (The Magicians), Noémie Lenoir (Asterix and Obelix Meet Cleopatra), Lydia Hearst (South of Hell), Nic Bishop (Dominion), Daniel Eric Gold (War of the Worlds), Scott Colomby (Demolition Man), Rex Smith (The Trial of the Incredible Hulk), Ray Danton (The Incredible Hulk), Paul McGuigan (Victor Frankenstein), Christy Chung (The Medallion), Rudy Ramos (Alvin & the Chipmunks), James Lipton (Bolt), Alexandra Vandernoot (Highlander), Ramin Karimloo (The Phantom of the Opera), Mamoru Hosoda (Wolf Children), David Hess (Zombie Nation), Michael Elphick (I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle), Allan Harvey (Hancock), Mark Acheson (Elf), Tanja Reichert (Relic Hunter), Alex Etel (From Time to Time), Kristopher Simmons (Charmed), Jason Simmons (Charmed), Tijuana Ricks (Luke Cage), Jennifer Cooke (V), Mel Stewart (Tabitha), Porter Hall (Miracle on 34th Street), Soledad O’Brien (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Elvia Allman (The Nutty Professor), Irena Ferris (Looker), Marty Belafsky (Men in Black II), Jarvis Cocker (Fantastic Mr. Fox), Damon Knight (To Serve Man), Tanith Lee (The Birthgrave)…

#OTD (18 September) in geeky history in 1964: (The Adventures of) Jonny Quest debuts

Born #OTD (18 September) in geeky history: James Marsden (X-Men), Jason Sudeikis (The Angry Birds Movie), Billy Eichner (The Angry Birds Movie), Aisha Tyler (Archer), Alison Lohman (Drag Me to Hell), Jada Pinkett Smith (Gotham), James Gandolfini (Where the Wild Things Are), Patrick Schwarzenegger (Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse), Christopher Heyerdahl (Van Helsing), Tara Fitzgerald (Requiem), Nina Arianda (Midnight in Paris), Anna Levine (The Crow), Robert Blake (One Step Beyond), Beth Grant (Donnie Darko), Jack Warden (The Twilight Zone), Fred Willard (WALL-E), Holly Robinson Peete (Howard the Duck), Travis Schuldt (Fringe), Frankie Avalon (Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine), Anna Deavere Smith (Legends of Tomorrow), Nicholas Clay (Excalibur), Rosanna Brazzi (Frankentein’s Castle of Freaks), June Foray (The Bullwinkle Show), Leon Askin (Genesis II), Carrie Genzel (Watchmen), Grayson Hall (Dark Shadows), Elizabeth Spriggs (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Stuart Rodger (Stardust), Harry Townes (Star Trek: The Original Series), Urbano Barberini (Gor), Sarah Haines (Pixels), Andrew Airlie (Reaper), Veronica Carlson (The Horror of Frankenstein), Phyllis Kirk (The Twilight Zone), Chris Riggi (Vampires Suck), John Powell (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Eric Chase Anderson (Fantastic Mr. Fox), Nina Wayne (The Night Strangler), Dan Povenmire (Phineas and Ferb), Jeremy Roberts (The Mask), David Mirkin (The Simpsons), Bradley Snedeker (Westworld), Jack Mullaney (It’s About Time), Pilar López de Ayala (Intruders), William O’Malley (The Exorcist), Luis Contreras (Pee-wee’s Big Adventure), Jimmy Brogan (Out of the Blue), John Mann (Catwoman), Joe Kubert (Hawkman), Lynn Abbey (Daughter of the Bright Moon)…

#OTD (17 September) in geeky history in 1964: Bewitched debuts

Born #OTD (17 September) in geeky history: Cassandra “Elvira” Peterson (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), Ella Purnell (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children), Paul Feig (Ghostbusters: Answer the Call), Kyle Chandler (Super 8), John Ritter (Fish Police), Sam Esmail (Comet), Bryan Singer (X-Men), Pat Crowley (The Twilight Zone), Anne Bancroft (Antz), Neill Blomkamp (District 9), Danielle Brooks (The Angry Birds Movie), Matthew Settle (Justice League of America), Roddy McDowall (Planet of the Apes), Ian Whyte (Game of Thrones), Sunrise Coigney (Campfire Stories), Bobby Lee (Paul), Bruce Spence (The Road Warrior), Jordan Connor (Supernatural), Augustus Prew (The Secret of Moonacre), Austin St. John (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), James Urbaniak (The Venture Bros.), William Shockley (RoboCop), David Huddleston (Santa Claus: The Movie), Kevin Clash (Sesame Street), Denyse Tontz (Dog with a Blog), Malik Yoba (Alphas), Daniel Huttlestone (Into the Woods), Lupe Ontiveros (The Goonies), Paul Benedict (The Addams Family), Dustin Nguyen (Game of Assassins), Dinah Sheridan (Doctor Who), Allie MacDonald (Orphan Black), Dolores Costello (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Tracy Dali (Back to the Future Part II), Arielle Holmes (2307: Winter’s Dream), Charles Martinet (Super Mario 64), Craig Richard Nelson (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Adriana Karembeu (Asterix at the Olympic Games), Lynne Griffin (The Heavenly Kid), Mariano “Big Dawg” Mendoza (Ghost Aliens), Keith Cooke (Mortal Kombat), Griff Furst (Terminator Genisys), Rita Rudner (Goldilocks and the Three Bears), Harold Bennett (Adam Adamant Lives!), Mark Osborne (Kung Fu Panda), Jason McGuire (Pet Sematary II), Jerry Colonna (Alice in Wonderland), Gavin Hammon (Batman Begins), Edgar G. Ulmer (The Man from Planet X), Marjorie Stapp (The Monster That Challenged the World), Curtis Harrington (Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet), Wendy Worthington (Ghost Whisperer), Gary Goldman (Total Recall), Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Dimension W), Sandra Lee Gimpel (Escape from New York), Anna Cieslak (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt), Aaron Lustig (Darkman), Wayne White (Pee-wee’s Playhouse), Jolene Van Vugt (The Dark Knight Rises), Ciaran Joyce (Torchwood), Helen Vinson (Beyond Tomorrow), Ursula Howells (Cinderella), Phil Meheux (The Core), Tresa Hughes (The Sentinel), George Cleveland (Flash Gordon), Mary Stewart (The Crystal Cave), Gail Carson Levine (Ella Enchanted), Fred Mustard Stewart (The Mephisto Waltz)…

#OTD (16 September) in geeky history in 1967: Super President debuts

Born #OTD (16 September) in geeky history: Jennifer Tilly (Bride of Chucky), Michael Mosley (The Bog Creatures), Alexis Bledel (The Handmaid’s Tale), Max Minghella (Horns), Mickey Rourke (Iron Man 2), Amy Poehler (Inside Out) Madeline Zima (Heroes), Lauren Bacall (Scooby-Doo and the Goblin King), Nick Jonas (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Elena Kampouris (Jinxed), Peter Falk (The Princess Bride), Anne Francis (Forbidden Planet), Jack Kelly (Forbidden Planet), Ed Begley Jr. (Future Man), Bingbing Fan (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Jayne Brook (Gattaca), George Chakiris (Superboy), Molly Shannon (Hotel Transylvania 2), Danny John-Jules (Blade II), Kurt Fuller (Ghostbusters II), Toks Olagundoye (Ducktales), Ed Stoppard (The Frankenstein Chronicles), Doug Cockle (RuneScape), Kyla Pratt (Doctor Dolittle), Morgan Woodward (Star Trek: The Original Series), Christopher Rich (The Charmings), Linda Henning (Sliders), Daren Kagasoff (Ouija), Amy Price-Francis (Earthstorm), Michelle Lombardo (Click), Ebonie Smith (Twice the Fear), Heather Hopper (Elvira’s Haunted Hills), Sabrina Bryan (Fish Hooks), Assumpta Serna (The Craft), Guy Hamilton (Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins), Romy Windsor (Howling IV: The Original Nightmare), Lawrence Dobkin (Roswell), Tommy Bond (Superman), Peter Keleghan (Ginger Snaps), Philip Ng (Vampire Effect), Susan Ruttan (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Victory Van Tuyl (Bedeviled), Sean Frye (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Linda Miller (17 Again), Anthony Padilla (The Angry Birds Movie), Erik Aadahl (Transformers: The Last Knight), B.J. Ward (W.I.T.C.H.), Jules Bass (Thundercats), Russ Abbot (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Jamie Forster (Attack of the Puppet People), Knowl Johnson (The Berenstain Bears Play Ball), Almira Sessions (Willard), Paul Cassell (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past), Simon Finney (Wonder Woman), Dino Andrade (Batman: Arkham Asylum), Kim Reeves (Samurai Vampire Bikers from Hell), Mike Mignola (Hellboy), Hiroya Oku (Gantz), H.A. Rey (Curious George), Julia Donaldson (The Gruffalo), Wil McCarthy (Bloom)…

#OTD (15 September) in geeky history in 1967: the Amok Time episode of Star Trek: The Original Series debuts

Born #OTD (15 September) in geeky history: Tom Hardy (Venom), Ingrid Bisu (The Nun), Tommy Lee Jones (Men in Black), Ed Solomon (Men in Black), Josh Charles (Muppets from Space), Oliver Stone (The Hand), Christian Cooke (Witches of East End), Chelsea Kane (Fish Hooks), Marisa Ramirez (All Souls Day: Dia de las Muertos), Danny Nucci (Monster Heroes), Wendie Jo Sperber (Back to the Future), Amy Davidson (Netherbeast Incorporated), Dave Annable (666 Park Avenue), Matt Shively (Paranormal Activity 4), Henry Silva (The Outer Limits), Jackie Cooper (Superman), John Bradley (Game of Thrones), Henry Darrow (Star Trek: Voyager), Susan Dalian (Star Trek: Voyager), Ben Woolf (American Horror Story), Scott McNeil (Dragon Ball Z), Fay Wray (King Kong), Bert Kish (12 Monkeys), Chloe Dykstra (Spider-Man 2), Jimmy Carr (Alien Autopsy), Barry Shabaka Henley (Heroes), Phillip Paley (Land of the Lost), Penny Singleton (The Jetsons), Roy Brocksmith (Total Recall), Colin McFarlane (Batman Begins), Jonathan Liebesman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Tom Conway (Cat People), Nipsey Russell (The Wiz), Todd Cahoon (Surrogates), Robert Benchley (I Married a Witch), Bruce Reitherman (The Jungle Book), Colleen O’Shaughnessey (Danny Phantom), John Schwab (Annihilation), Judith Ridley (Night of the Living Dead), Steven R. Monroe (The Exorcism of Molly Hartley), Forrest Compton (The Twilight Zone), Shelby Leverington (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Kenn Michael (Mystery Men), Norm Crosby (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command), Noel MacNeal (The Bear in the Big Blue House), Maria Cooper Janis (Sleepy Hollow High), Dan Marino (Ace Venture: Pet Detective), Camélia Jordana (Bird People), Coy Jandreau (Star Trek: Into Darkness), Nelson Gidding (The Andromeda Strain), Herbert Forthuber (Outlander), Tomie dePaola (Strega Nona), Norman Spinrad (Bug Jack Barron), Chelsea Quinn Yarbro (Time of the Fourth Horseman), Howard Waldrop (The Texas-Israeli War: 1999), Loren D. Estleman (Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula)…

#OTD (14 September) in geeky history in 1964: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea debuts

Born #OTD (14 September) in geeky history: Walter Koenig (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jessica Brown Findlay (Winter’s Tale), Emma Kenney (Epic), Sam Neill (Jurassic Park), Melissa Leo (Oblivion), Andrew Lincoln (The Walking Dead), Tyler Perry (Boo! A Madea Halloween), Michelle Jenner (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Kristen Renton (Ghouls), Kimberly Williams-Paisley (The 10th Kingdom), Haviland Morris (Gremlins 2: The New Batch), Faith Ford (Night Visitors), Callum Keith Rennie (Jessica Jones), Dilshad Vadsaria (Second Chance), Joon-ho Bong (Okja), Robert Wisdom (Supernatural), Mary Crosby (The Ice Pirates), Dan Cortese (Demolition Man), Howard Deutch (True Blood), Nicol Williamson (Excalibur), Clayton Moore (Radar Men from the Moon), Stephen Dunham (The Mummy), April Eden (Fangirl Academy: 101), Harve Presnell (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Radames Pera (Kung Fu), A.J. Trauth (Kim Possible), Ashlyn Gere (The One), Petr Jákl (AVP: Alien vs. Predator), Michael Bollner (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), K.C. Martel (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Christopher McCulloch (The Venture Bros.), Bryan Woods (A Quiet Place), Jong-Suk Lee (W: Two Worlds), J.L. Reate (The Golden Child), Austin Basis (Beauty and the Beast), Nyasha Hatendi (Replicas), Wayne Doba (Monkeybone), Boogie (Universal Remote), John Lyons (UFO), Jake M. Smith (Holes), Michael Auclair (Beauty and the Beast), Shidô Nakamura (Death Note), Kazumi Evans (Wolverine vs. Sabretooth), Martin Caidin (Cyborg)…

#OTD (13 September) in geeky history in 2005: Supernatural debuts

Born #OTD (13 September) in geeky history: Lili Reinhart (Lilith), Jacqueline Bisset (The Mephisto Waltz), Richard Kiel (Eegah), Robbie Kay (Once Upon a Time), Jean Smart (Legion), Claudette Colbert (Blithe Spirit), Barbara Bain (Space: 1999), Isiah Whitlock Jr. (Pete’s Dragon), Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World), Scott Brady (Gremlins), Don Bluth (The Secret of NIMH), Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings), Erin Way (Alphas), Frank Marshall (Raiders of the Lost Ark), John Crawford (The Powers of Matthew Star), Dominic Fumusa (The Purge), Taylor Black (Lucifer), Geri Jewell (Alcatraz), Christine Estabrook (Spider-Man 2), Nell Carter (Spider-Man), Clyde Kusatsu (Lilo & Stitch: The Series), J.G. Quintel (Regular Show), Kathleen Lloyd (The Car), Reta Shaw (Mary Poppins), Carol Anne Watts (Ant-Man), Norman Alden (Back to the Future), Giles Panton (The Man in the High Castle), Ben Savage (Little Monsters), Louise Mandylor (Frankenstein), Ann Dusenberry (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Jeffrey Ross (Tangled: The Series), Trevor Duke-Moretz (The Fifth Wave), Joel Beeson (Death Becomes Her), Mae Questel (Popeye the Sailor), Louise Lombard (Grimm), Vella Lovell (The Christmas Chronicles), Ruth McDevitt (The Birds), Joe E. Tata (The Time Tunnel), Dick Haymes (One Touch of Venus), Mith Holleman (The Animal), Laura Stepp (Star Trek: Voyager), Greg Baldwin (Samurai Jack), Maurice Jarre (Ghost), Jennifer Nicholson (Wolf), Taryn Power (Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger), Gene Dynarski (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Freddie Wong (Dimension 404), Roy Engel (The Man from Planet X), Beverly Polcyn (Hook), Stella McCartney (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow), Peter Ho (The Monkey King), Ann Talman (Limitless), Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), J.B. Priestly (The Magicians), Warren Murphy (Funny Money)…

#OTD (12 September) in geeky history in 1993: Double Dragon animated series debuts

Born #OTD (12 September) in geeky history: Emily Rossum (The Phantom of the Opera), Paul Walker (Pleasantville), Bex Taylor-Klaus (Voltron), Rachel Ward (Peter Rabbit), Bill McKinney (Batman: The Animated Series), Joe Pantoliano (The Matrix), Alexia Fast (The 4400), Alfie Allen (Game of Thrones), Amy Yasbeck (The Mask), Ben McKenzie (Gotham), Peter Scolari (Gotham), Robert John Burke (RoboCop 3), Colin Ford (Supernatural), Hans Zimmer (Inception), Ryan Potter (Big Hero 6), Paul F. Tompkins (BoJack Horseman), Ian Holm (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Will Chase (Stranger Things), Jennifer Hudson (Cats), Gideon Emery (Teen Wolf), Desmond LLewelyn (Moonraker), Freddie Jones (Dune), Josh Hopkins (NYPD 2069), Linda Gray (Eve of Destruction), Elle LaMont (Alita: Battle Angel), Mylène Farmer (Arthur and the Invisibles), Bruce Mahler (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Christopher Neame (Dracula A.D. 1972), Hayley McElhinney (The Babadook), Mary Kay Adams (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Edward Binns (Tarzan), Noberto Barba (Preacher), Shannon Chandler (Beetleborgs), Mark Andrews (John Carter), Guy Paul (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Billy Gilbert (Snow White and the Seven Dwarves), Gianna Maria Canale (Hercules), Scott Michaelson (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Darren Morfitt (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Skip Hinnant (Fritz the Cat), Alexandra Delli Colli (Zombie Holocaust), Walter B. Gibson (The Shadow), (Stanislaw Lem (Solaris), Pittacus Lore (I Am Number Four), Charles L. Grant (The Hour of the Oxrun Dead), K.A. Opperman (The Crimson Tome)…

#OTD (11 September) in geeky history in 1992: Harley Quinn first appearance

Born #OTD (11 September) in geeky history: Tyler Hoechlin (Teen Wolf), Ariana Richards (Jurassic Park), Virginia Madsen (Dune), Taraji P. Henson (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Elizabeth Daily (The PowerPuff Girls), Roxann Dawson (Star Trek: Voyager), Brian De Palma (Phantom of the Paradise), Amy Madigan (Field of Dreams), John Hawkes (Lost), Kristy McNichol (Invasion America), Scott Patterson (Justice League Unlimited), Cameron Richardson (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Harry Connick Jr. (The Iron Giant), Elizabeth Henstridge (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Julia Nickson (Ready Player One), Hayden Szeto (The Good Place), Ludacris (Fred Claus), Herbert Lom (Count Dracula), Anne Ramsay (Planet of the Apes), Kathrine Baumann (The Thing with Two Heads), Earl Holliman (Forbidden Planet), Susan Gibney (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Tony Gilroy (The Devil’s Advocate), Charles Dierkop (Invisible Dad), Felton Perry (RoboCop), Julie Payne (THX 1138), Ian Abercrombie (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Tiffany Shepis (Abominable), Lachlan Nieboer (Torchwood), Anne Seymour (Trancers), Rachelle Wood (Ghosts of Girlfriends Lost), Alan Badel (The Medusa Touch), Laurie Mock (The Invaders), David Valcin (Person of Interest), Kathryn Gordon (The 4400), Eve Brent (The Green Mile), Michael Sacks (Slaughterhouse-Five), Tibor Takács (My Babysitter’s a Vampire), David Morris (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Pinto Colvig (Touchdown Mickey), Jackie Buscarino (Steven Universe), Angie Diaz (Power Rangers Mystic Force), Tom Dreesen (Spaceballs), Scott Wheeler (Martian Land), Lee Richardson (The Exorcist III), Raymond Prado (X-Men), Jean-Claude Forest (Barbarella)…

#OTD (10 September in geeky history: in 1912 – Tarzan of the Apes published; 1993 – The X-Files debuts

Born #OTD (10 September) in geeky history: Colin Firth (Mary Poppins Returns), Ryan Phillippe (Deadly Invasion: The Killer Bee Nightmare), Guy Ritchie (Aladdin), Harry Treadaway (City of Ember), Luke Treadaway (Attack the Block), Johnathon Schaech (Legends of Tomorrow), Amy Irving (Carrie), Elyse Levesque (SGU Stargate Universe), Kyle Bornheimer (Little Evil), Chris Columbus (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Judy Geeson (Star Trek: Voyager), James Duval (Donnie Darko), Philip Baker Hall (Second Chance), Kate Burton (Big Trouble in Little China), Edmond O’Brien (Fantastic Voyage), Sean O’Bryan (Here Come the Munsters), Greg Mullavey (The Munsters Today), Stacey Nelkin (Halloween III: Season of the Witch), Robert Wise (Star Trek: The Motion Picture), Harry Groener (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Tala Birell (The Monster Maker), Jim Meskimen (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Bessie Love (The Lost World), Don “The Dragon” Wilson (Batman Forever), Lindsay Maxwell (Supernatural), Katya Vishilas (Supernatural), Richard Chandler (Scrooge in the Hood), Jay Laga’aia (Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones), Brian Murray (Treasure Planet), Fred Olen Ray (Alienator), Tim Plester (Game of Thrones), Andrei Claude (Game of Thrones), Clark Sarullo (Cell), (actor) Ian Fleming (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Bret Iwan (Epic Mickey), Spencer Milligan (Land of the Lost), Stuart Milligan (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow), Paul Harvey (The Walking Dead), Lisa Aliff (Remote Control), Big Daddy Kane (The Meteor Man), Joel Kramer (Predator), Peter Nelson (The Last Starfighter), Dan Milano (Greg the Bunny), Chloe Noelle (True Blood), Marco Lopez (Timebomb), Ben Aaron (Moonwalker), Gary Powell (Green Lantern), Richard Cansino (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Bo Goldman (Meet Joe Black), Babette Cole (The Ghostly Blinkers)…

#OTD (9 September) in geeky history in 1967: Birdman and the Galaxy Trio debuts

Born #OTD (9 September) in geeky history: Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator), Michelle Williams (Oz the Great and Powerful), Adam Sandler (Little Nicky), Kelsey Asbille (Teen Wolf), Zoe Kazan (The Monster), Hugh Grant (Paddington 2), Julie Gonzalo (Vamp U), Henry Thomas (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Goran Visnjic (Elektra), Eric Stonestreet (The Secret Life of Pets), Julia Sawalha (Chicken Run), Nadim Sawalha (Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger), Charles Esten (The Postman), Angela Cartwright (Lost in Space), Michelle Johnson (Death Becomes Her), Shaun Johnston (Wynonna Earp), Amy Manson (Once Upon a Time), Cliff Robertson (Spider-Man), Josh Herdman (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), William Miller (The 100), Constance Marie (Elena of Avalor), Topol (Flash Gordon), Tom Wopat (Jonah Hex), Emma de Caunes (Beyond Good and Evil), Nikki Deloach (A Kind of Magic), Rachel Hunter (Piranhaconda), Jane Greer (Twin Peaks), Art LeFleur (Field of Dreams), Sylvia Miles (Sleeping Beauty), Alexandra Powers (Cast a Deadly Spell), Kevin Grevioux (Underworld), David Bennent (Legend), Neil Hamilton (Batman), Edward Hibbert (Earthworm Jim), Jacqueline Robbins (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Joyce Robbins ( A Series of Unfortunate Events), Diane Mizota (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Jo Woodcock (Dorian Gray), Brent Stait (Andromeda), Margaret Tyzack (2001: A Space Odyssey), Lauren Clinton (Bridge to Terabithia), George Perez (Carnosaur), Lukas Behnken (Fangs), John Kricfalusi (The Ren & Stimpy Show), Charlie Stewart (The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause), Zack Peledeau (iZombie), James Seay (The Amazing Colossal Man), John Novak (Stargate SG-1), Brenda Epperson (Bug Buster), David Emge (Dawn of the Dead), Richard Webb (Captain Midnight), Mitzi McCall (Ice Age), Nick Ramus (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home), Darrell Zwerling (Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze), Michael Aldridge (The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe), Bill Raymond (12 Monkeys), Brian Dobson (Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes), Jaime Blanch (The Ministry of Time), Lance Acord (Where the Wild Things Are), Jacques Marin (The Littles), Denise Quiñones (Smallville), Janet Fielding (Doctor Who), Clay Chamberlin (Avengers: Infinity War), Jeffrey Alan Chandler (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Ece Uslu (Dark Spells), Homer Eon Flint (The Blind Spot), James Hilton (Lost Horizon), T.M. Wright (Strange Seed)…

#OTD (8 September) in geeky history in 1966: Star Trek debuts

Born #OTD (8 September) in geeky history: Martin Freeman (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Jonathan Taylor Thomas (The Lion King), Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things), Peter Sellers (The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu), David Arquette (Sigmund and the Sea Monsters), Larenz Tate (The Postman), Heather Thomas (Zapped!), Thomas Kretschmann (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Nate Corddry (Ghostbusters), Hillary Brooke (Invaders from Mars), Sid Caesar (Alice in Wonderland), Pink (Rollerball), Wiz Khalifa (BoJack Horseman), Julian Richings (Man of Steel), Mitchell Whitfield (Transformers: Robots in Disguise), Brian Huskey (People of Earth), Jake Sandvig (Sky High), Brooke Burke (The Hazing), Mark Lindsay Chapman (The Langoliers), Sonja Smits (Videodrome), Brad Silberling (A Series of Unfortunate Events), David Lee Smith (A Man from Earth), William Fawcett (Batman and Robin), Kimberly Peirce (Carrie), Pepi Sonuga (Ash vs Evil Dead), David Knell (Splash), Kenneth MacDonald (The She-Creature), Miles Jupp (The Legend of Tarzan), Henry Wilcoxon (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), Frank Cady (When Worlds Collide), Vanessa Baden (Gullah Gullah Island), Aimee Mann (Steven Universe), Gina Belafonte (Johnny Bravo), Christopher Connelly (Airwolf), Cari Shayne (Star Trek: Voyager), Denise Darcel (Tarzan and the Slave Girl), Ashlynn Ross (American Horror Story), Matthew Josten (Chicken Little), Willard Huyck (Howard the Duck), Christiane Krüger (Star Maidens), David R. Ellis (The Jungle Book), Alexander Mackendrick (The Man in the White Suit), Clayton Norcross (Agent Carter), Larry Zerner (Friday the 13th Part III), Queenie Smith (The Astral Factor), Byron Morrow (Star Trek: The Original Series), DeVeren Bookwalter (The Omega Man), Robert McCollum (Attack on Titan), C. Robert Cargill (Doctor Strange), Christine Weatherup (Westworld), Kristina Ellery (Ted), Matthew Hannam (Swiss Army Man), So-dam Park (Parasite), Moya Brady (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus), Sid Tomack (Adventures of Superman)…

#OTD (7 September) in geeky history in 1958: Queen of Outer Space opens

Born #OTD (7 September) in geeky history: Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld), Shannon Elizabeth (Cursed), Devon Sawa (Final Destination), JD Pardo (Revolution), Toby Jones (The Hunger Games), Tom Everett Scott (Race to Witch Mountain), Dario Argento (Suspiria), Oliver Hudson (Strange Wilderness), Diane Farr (Roswell), Corbin Bernsen (American Gods), Hannah John-Kamen (Ant-Man and the Wasp), Monique Gabriela (The Dark Knight), Michael Emerson (Lost), Angie Everhart (Bigfoot), W. Earl Brown (Superstition), Susan Blakely (Intruders), Monique Gabriela Curnen (The Dark Knight), Alyssa Diaz (Zoo), Mira Furlan (Babylon 5), Leslie Jones (Ghostbusters), Jess Brown (Good Witch), Ian Chen (SHAZAM!), Peter Lawford (The Picture of Dorian Gray), Julie Kavner (The Simpsons), Marianna Palka (Good Omens), John Phillip Law (The Golden Voyage of Sinbad), Benjamin Hollingsworth (The Tomorrow People), Chrissie Hynde (Happy Feet), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), Alex Kurtzman (Sleepy Hollow), Leonoard Rosenman (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)Anthony Quayle (Holocaust 2000), Taylor Gray (Star Wars Rebels), Christopher Villiers (Doctor Who), Don Messick (The Jetsons), Paul Iacono (Animal), Noah Huntley (28 Days Later…), Chris Owens (The X-Files), John Milford (The X-Files), Michelle Creber (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Hugh Mitchell (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Bruce Gray (Starship Troopers), Cliff Simon (Stargate SG-1), Thordis Brandt (The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.), Silvia Busuioc (American Horror Story), John Harkins (Dark Shadows), Roy Barcroft (The Purple Monster Strikes), Jenny Bede (The World’s End), Jennifer Veal (Descendants: Wicked World), Stewart Finlay-McLennan (Poltergeist: The Legacy), Mark Isham (Blade), Pamela Ann Davy (Doctor Who), William Utay (Species), Tim Turner (The Invisible Man), Luigi Cozzi (Starcrash)…

#OTD (6 September) in geeky history in 1969: H.R. Pufnstuf debuts

Born #OTD (6 September) in geeky history: Idris Elba (Thor), Naomie Harris (Mowgli), Lauren Lapkus (Jurassic World), Justina Machado (Elena of Avalor), Rosie Perez (Elena of Avalor), Swoosie Kurtz (American Dad!), Chad L. Coleman (Arrow), Jane Curtin (3rd Rock from the Sun), Natalia Cigliuti (G.I. Joe: Renegades), Robin Atkin Downes (The Strain), James Robinson (Bruce v Clark: Debate of Justice), Anne Lockhart (Star Trek Continues), Mathew Horne (Planet 51), Dylan Bruno (The Rage: Carrie 2), John Mitchum (Bigfoot), Steven Eckholdt (The Wraith), Justin Whalen (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Michael Winslow (Spaceballs), Jo Anne Worley (Beauty and the Beast), Keone Young (Star Wars Rebels), Mark Ivanir (Jeff & Some Aliens), John Ridgely (The Return of Dr. X), Howard Charles (The Scorpion King: Book of Souls), Blaze Berdahl (Ghostwriter), Carol Wayne (I Dream of Jeannie), Katherine Cannon (The Hidden), Max Schreck (Nosferatu), John Polson (Flashforward), Rhys Ward (The Returned), Tehmina Sunny (Children of Men), Macy Gray (Duck Dodgers), Oliver Parker (Dorian Gray), James Lew (Luke Cage), Barbora Kodetová (Dune), Helen Labdon (Embrace of the Vampire), Sarah Danielle Madison (Jurassic Park III), Tommy Lee Wallace (It), Barbara Patrick (Lord of Illusions), Patti Yasutake (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Mark Wilkerson (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Nelson de la Rosa (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Otto Kruger (The Colossus of New York), Kalani Queypo (Fear the Walking Dead), Ty Wood (The Haunting in Connecticut), Jeff Foxworthy (The Smurfs), Danielle Gaither (The Thundermans), Irving Bacon (My Brother Talks to Horses), Jody McCrea (Beach Blanket Bingo), Ashley Sutton (Inner Demons), Paul Naschy (Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror), Ed Blaylock (Fullmetal Alchemist), Peggy McIntaggart (Phoenix the Warrior), Maxie Rosenbloom (I Married a Monster from Outer Space), Jacob Estes (Rings), Jason Bourque (Arctic Blast), Groff Conklin (The Best of Science Fiction), China Miéville (Perdido Street Station)…

#OTD (5 September) in geeky history: in 1903 – Fairyland: A Kingdom of Fairies opens; 1950 – Batman radio show airs

Born #OTD (5 September) in geeky history: Annabelle Wallis (The Mummy), Rose McGowan (Planet Terror), Carice Van Houten (Game of Thrones), Michael Keaton (Beetlejuice), Raquel Welch (Fantastic Voyage), Kat Graham (The Vampire Diaries), Bob Newhart (Elf), Werner Herzog (Nosferatu the Vampyre), Paddy Considine (The World’s End), Freddie Mercury (Flash Gordon), George Lazenby (Batman Beyond), William Devane (Interstellar), Gage Golightly (Teen Wolf), Laura Bertram (Andromeda), Skandar Keynes (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe), Joey Kern (Useless Humans), Dennis Dugan (Shadow Chasers), Alicia Banit (We Were Tomorrow), Paulina Singer (Gotham), Christopher Morris (Black Mirror), Kristian Alfonso (Out of Time), Peter Wingfield (Highlander), Denis Forest (The Mask), Carol Lawrence (Mr. & Mrs. Dracula), Julianne Michelle (The Oz Kids), Christine Marzano (Byzantium), Graham Yost (Falling Skies), Max Mittelman (One Punch Man), Dweezil Zappa (The Running Man), Jerri Manthey (Komodo vs. Cobra), Courtney Sixx (Beautiful Danger), David Glen Eisley (SpongeBob SquarePants), Christina Ulloa (Charmed), Bianca Roe (Devil’s Highway), Nan Yu (Speed Racer), Caroline Sunshine (Fish Hooks), Loudon Wainwright III (G-Force), Gustavo Rojo (The Valley of Gwangi), Alan Stewart (Aladdin), Jana Thompson (Slipstream), Thomas Mikal Ford (The Flash), Glory Annen (Supergirl), Matthew Barry (Freddy vs. Jason), Davida Williams (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Nora Marlowe (Westworld), Gloria Holden (Dracula’s Daughter), Scott H. Reiniger (Dawn of the Dead), Alyce Andrece (Star Trek: The Original Series), Rhae Andrece (Star Trek: The Original Series), Willie Gault (Cellular), Morris Carnovsky (Siren of Atlantis), Donna Anderson (The Incredible Hulk), Korrina Rico (In Time), Liam Lynch (Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny), Jerry Manthey (Komodo vs. Cobra), Jack Charles (Pan), Kathleen Burke (Island of Lost Souls), Justin Nimmo (Power Rangers in Space)…

#OTD (4 September) in geeky history in 1993: Bonkers debuts

Born #OTD (4 September) in geeky history: John DiMaggio (Futurama), Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games), Noah Taylor (Preacher), Max Greenfield (Ice Age: Collision Course), Ione Skye (The Dead Zone), Beyoncé (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Damon Wayans (Blankman), Jason David Frank (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Azim Rizk (Power Rangers Megaforce), Richard Speight Jr. (Supernatural), Michael Berryman (Weird Science), Howard Morris (The Atom Ant Show), Khandi Alexander (Fahrenheit 451), Patricia Tallman (Babylon 5), Françoise Yip (Blade: Trinity), Dick York (Bewitched), Nona Gaye (The Matrix Reloaded), Phill Lewis (American Dad!), Judith Ivey (The Devil’s Advocate), Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs (Alien Nation), Howard Jones (McDonaldland), Benjy Bronk (Sharknado 2: The Second One), Kristen Wilson (Doctor Dolittle), Kyle Mooney (Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Mo Brings Plenty (Cowboys & Aliens), Todd Sherry (iZombie), Jennifer Salt (American Horror Story), Cynthia Pepper (The Addams Family), Leonard Frey (Mr. Smith), Reggie Nalder (Star Trek: The Original Series), Carter Jenkins (Aliens in the Attic), Ellie Darcey-Alden (Doctor Who), Nicholas Worth (Darkman), Carlos Ponce (Ice Age: Collision Course), Dan Ponce (Amazing Stories), Stefania Casini (Suspiria), Jaclyn Hales (Legion), Alan Blumenfeld (Heroes), Peggy Nesbitt (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug), Elena Hurst (Wishbone), Edward Dmytryk (Captive Wild Woman), James Monroe Iglehart (Gotham), Nick Copus (Gotham), Valyn Hall (Higglytown Heroes), Kai Owen (Torchwood), Vanessa Motta (Logan), Edward de Souza (The Golden Compass), Amanda Fein (Matilda), Caitlin Fein (Matilda), Aylam Orian (Stargate Origins), Matt Nix (The Gifted), Armand Cerami (V), Rasika Mathur (Cloverfield), Domiziana Giordano (Interview with the Vampire), Syd Hoff (Danny and the Dinosaur)…

#OTD (3 September) in geeky history in 1953: Cat-Women of the Moon opens

Born #OTD (3 September) in geeky history: Charlie Sheen (The Arrival), Garrett Hedlund (Tron), Paz de la Huerta (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Holt McCallany (Heroes), Nick Wechsler (Roswell), Valerie Perrine (Superman), Christine Woods (Flashforward), Noah Baumbach (Fantastic Mr. Fox), Ashley Jones (True Blood), Alan Ladd (The Reluctant Dragon), Eileen Brennan (Jeepers Creepers), Maria Bamford (The Legend of Korra), Clare Kramer (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Nichole Hiltz (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Costas Mandylor (Virtuosity), Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Alien: Resurrection), Merritt Buttrick (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Bill Couch (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Irene Papas (Ecce Homo), Drena De Niro (The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle), Ashley Boettcher (Lost in Oz), Pauline Collins (Little Miss), Amy Lindsey (Star Trek: Voyager), Leah McKendrick (How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse), Jenny Maxwell (The Twilight Zone), A.J. Johnson (The Beast), Anne Jackson (The Shining), Mary Grace Canfield (Something Wicked This Way Comes), Joel Johnstone (Dragon Age: Origins), Eloise Webb (Cinderella), Yûki Kaji (Attack on Titan), Angus Sutherland (Lost Boys: The Tribe), Cecil Parker (The Man in the White Suit), Terry Wilson (Westworld), Evgenia Brik (Dark World 2: Equilibrium), Daniel Myrick (The Blair Witch Project), Vivek Oberoi (Krrish 3), David Landsberg (Stanley), Trevor St. John (Roswell, New Mexico), Nora Denney (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Mantan Moreland (Revenge of the Zombies), Rob Nagle (Cellular), Raymond Coulthard (The Muppet Christmas Carol), Tim Donnelly (The Clonus Horror), Danko Jordanov (Game of Thrones), Daniel Farrands (The Haunting in Connecticut), Steve Furst (Malice in Wonderland), Harry Landers (Star Trek: The Original Series), Shôta Sometani (Legend of the Demon Cat), Kevin McCorkle (The Amazing Spider-Man), Ray Xifo (Captain Alpha Male), Adrian Ciscato (Despicable Me 3), Chanin Hale (The Wild Wild West), Mollie Heckerling (Look Who’s Talking), Mick Farren (Phaid the Gambler)…

#OTD (2 September) in geeky history in 1998: Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow released

Born #OTD (2 September) in geeky history: Keanu Reeves (The Matrix), Salma Hayek (Puss in Boots), Mark Harmon (Freaky Friday), Eugenio Derbez (Geostorm), Keith Allen (The Others), Allison Miller (17 Again), Cynthia Watros (Lost), Linda Purl (Mighty Joe Young), Tiffany Hines (Stitchers), Damson Idris (Astral), Austin Abrams (The Walking Dead), Kristen Cloke (Final Destination), Michael Gray (Shazam!), Rosanna Desoto (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country), Jonathan Kite (Wizards of Waverly Place), Nicholas Pinnock (Captain America: The First Avenger), Terry Bradshaw (Robots), Tuc Watkins (The Mummy), Kian Lawley (The Chosen), Yani Gellman (Jason X), Derek Fowlds (Frankenstein Created Woman), Sudeep (Eega), Mary Jo Catlett (SpongeBob SquarePants), Katt Williams (Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore), Gavin Caselgno (The Vampire Diaries), Anthony Chau-Sang Wong (The Sleep Curse), Jake Ryan (Out of the Shadows), Hal Ashby (Captain Sindbad), Chuck McCann (DuckTales), Shauna Sand (The Chosen One: Legend of the Raven), Michael Dante (Star Trek: The Original Series), Merritt Patterson (Ravenswood), Francis Matthews (The Revenge of Frankenstein), Dan Southworth (The Scorpion King), Samantha Quan (Three Moons Over MIlford), Tim Key (Zapped), Beverly Sanders (Mork & Mindy), Suzie Kaye (Women of the Prehistoric Planet), Andy Davoli (Alien Outpost), Cary Balrog (God of War), Ronnie Stevens (Space Patrol), Victor Spinetti (Digby: The Biggest Dog in the World), Darin Morgan (The X-Files), Wah Yuen (The Enchantress), Sean Gallagher (Doctor Who), Penny Santon (Short Circuit), Barbara Jo Allen (Sleeping Beauty), Mel Stuart (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Meghan Andrews (The Adjustment Bureau), T.J. Jagodowski (Stranger than Fiction), Ryan McIntyre (The Prey), Allen Drury (The Throne of Saturn)…

#OTD (in this month…September) in geeky history: 1950 – Challenge of the Unknown comic published, 1977 – A Spell for Chameleon (Xanth #1) by Piers Anthony published

#OTD (1 September) in geeky history in 1954: Tobor the Great opens

Born #OTD (1 September) in geeky history: Zendaya (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Boyd Holbrook (Logan), Scott Speedman (Unerworld), Laura Pulver (Underworld: Blood Wars), Yvonne De Carlo (The Munsters), Lily Tomlin (The Magic Schoolbus), Burn Gorman (Torchwood), Mari Gorman (Oh, God! Book II), Michelle Meyrink (Real Genius), Michael Massee (The Crow), Richard Farnsworth (Space Rage), James Rebhorn (Independence Day), Susan Backlinie (Day of the Animals), Padma Lakshmi (Star Trek: Enterprise), Maury Sterling (Coherence), Don Stroud (The Amityville Horror), Adrienne Wilkinson (Star Trek Continues), Ricardo Chavira (Santa Clarita Diet), Aisling Loftus (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Camille Chen (American Horror Story), Steve Pemberton (Doctor Who), Debbie Chazen (Doctor Who), Mary Louise Weller (Q), Polly Shannon (The Triangle), George Maharis (The Satan Bug), Zak Penn (Ready Player One), Vittorio Gassman (The Nude Bomb), Phil Hendrie (Team America: World Police), Michael Adamthwaite (War for the Planet of the Apes), Betty Blythe (She), Ron O’Neal (The Final Countdown), Jack Roth (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Dr. Phil McGraw (Scary Movie 4), Ludwig Göransson (Black Panther), Sachi Parker (Back to the Future), Diana Ayala Garnder (Halloween II), Beau Starr (Halloween 5), Beau Billingslea (Halloween H20: 20 Years Later), James Nguyen (Birdemic: Shock and Terror), Robbie Lee (The Six Million Dollar Man), Skye Townsend (Lucifer), Jenae Altschwager (Click), Will Nye (Heart and Souls), Venita Wolf (Star Trek: The Original Series), Dave Wittenberg (Naruto), Amy Anderson (Beast Beneath), Richard Arlen (Island of Lost Souls), Jeffrey D. Sams (Ultimate Avengers II), Tomisaburô Wakayama (Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengance), Allene Roberts (Bomba on Panther Island), Hannie Landman (Billy the Kid Versus Dracula), Danielle Vasinova (Little Dead Rotting Hood), Courtney Solomon (Dungeons & Dragons), Alice Landone (Blood on Satan’s Claw), Justice Leak (The Vampire Diaries), Elen Willard (The Twilight Zone), Deborah Mays (The Greatest American Hero), Jhonen Vasquez (Invader Zim), Don Wilson (Charlie’s Haunt), Melanie Blake Roth (E-Demon), Joseph Williams (The Lion King), Arleen Whelan (Science Fiction Theater), Michael McIntyre (Crossbreed) Edgar Rice Burroughs (A Princess of Mars), Victoria Holt (On the Night of the Seventh Moon), C.J. Cherryh (Downbelow Station), Timothy Zahn (Thrawn)…

#OTD (31 August) in geeky history in 1984: C.H.U.D. opens

Born #OTD (31 August) in geeky history: Richard Gere (The Mothman Prophecies), Sara Ramirez (Sofia the First), Chris Tucker (The Fifth Element), Holly Earl (Doctor Who), Jonathan Cake (Chuck), Ryan Kelley (Teen Wolf), Dee Bradley Baker (SpongeBob SquarePants), Zack Ward (Freddy vs. Jason), Larry Hankin (Star Trek: Voyager), Fredric March (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Warren Berlinger (They Call Him Sasquatch), Marc Webb (The Amazing Spider-Man), Debbie Gibson (Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus), Hilary Farr (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Daniel Bernhardt (Mortal Kombat: Conqust), Jonathan LaPaglia (Seven Days), Julie Brown (Earth Girls Are Easy), Mark A. Mangini (Mad Max: Fury Road), Buddy Hackett (The Little Mermaid), Lisa Waltz (Dark Skies), Diane Polley (The Ray Bradbury Theatre), Argentina Brunetti (It’s a Wonderful Life), Max Battimo (Beauty and the Beast), Stephen McKinley Henderson (Dune), G.D. Spradlin (Dark Skies), Leonard L. Thomas (The Shaggy Dog), Richard Basehart (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Jeff Russo (Star Trek: Discovery), Chad Brannon (American Dad!), Leo Bill (28 Days Later), Mike Erwin (Hulk), Noble Willingham (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective), James Lanphier (Get Smart), Wolfgang Cerny (Qi: Spacetime Warriors), Joshua Close (Diary of the Dead), Jason Presson (Lady in White), Cheryl Pollak (My Best Friend Is a Vampire), Jaime Gomez (Solo), Rosenda Monteras (She), Jack Thompson (Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones), James Coburn (Monsters, Inc.), Mona Marshall (Blue Exorcist), George Sewell (UFO), Anthony D. Call (Star Trek: the Original Series), Todd Carty (Krull), Charles Kay (P.R.O.B.E.: Unnatural Selection), John Cameron (Legion), John Eric Bentley (Resident Evil: Extinction), Bella Lotz (The Vampire Diaries), Shannon Richardson (The Vampire Diaries), Joan Barclay (The Corpse Vanishes), Alan Jay Lerner (Brigadoon), Fab 5 Freddy (The Manchurian Candidate), Jeff Hochendoner (I Am Number Four), Martin Rosen (Watership Down), Katsumi Tezuka (Godzilla), Lowell Ganz (Splash), Ronn Carroll (Friday the 13th), Roy Castle (Dr. Who and the Daleks), Spencer Klein (Free Enterprise), John Garrick (Just Imagine), Steve Perry (The Man Who Never Missed), Edward Cox (The Relic Guild)…

#OTD (30 August) in geeky history in 1991:Child’s Play 3 opens

Born #OTD (30 August) in geeky history: Cameron Diaz (Shrek), Jessica Henwick (Game of Thrones), Johanna Braddy (Video Game High School), Peggy Lipton (The Postman), Elden Henson (Daredevil), Michael Chiklis (Fantastic Four), Joan Blondell (The Dead Don’t Die), Gaia Weiss (The Legend of Hercules), Angel Coulby (Merlin), Timothy Bottoms (Realm of the Mole Men), Emily Montague (Fright Night), David Paymer (Drag Me to Hell), Fred MacMurray (The Absent Minded Professor), Bill Daily (I Dream of Jeannie), Lewis Black (Inside Out), William G. Schilling (Space Jam), Laeta Kalogridis (Terminator Genisys), Kent Osborne (Adventure Time), Sean Ryan Fox (Henry Danger), Don Pedro Colley (THX 1138), Viktoriya Agalakova (The Mermaid: Lake of the Dead), Kimberley Joseph (Lost), Christopher Collins (The Transformers), Cameron Finley (The Lionhearts), Andy Roddick (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Laurel Garner (Transformers), Bebe Rexha (UglyDolls), Michael Michele (Creature), Raffey Cassidy (Tomorrowland), Ely Pouget (Dark Shadows), Frederique Van Der Wal (Wild Wild West), Raymond Massey (Things to Come), William Duell (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), Wolf Roth (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald), Max Hoffman (Hook), Dorian Lopinto (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Frank Coniff (Mystery Science Theater 3000), Julie Bishop (Tarzan the Fearless), Jim Hager (The Bionic Woman), Shirley Booth (The Year Without a Santa Claus), Altovise Davis (Kingdom of the Spiders), Peter Cartwright (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix), Karl T. Wright (Doctor Dolittle), Timothy E. Brummund (Reboot:The Guardian Code), Brian Yuzna (Bride of Re-Animator), Elizabeth Ashley (Vampire’s Kiss), Sarah-Jane Potts (The Canterville Ghost), Marin Ireland (A Gifted Man), Lars P. Winther (Captain America: Civil War), Robert Crumb (Fritz the Cat), Mary Shelley (Frankenstein: or, the Modern Prometheus), Ray Cummings (Brigands of the Moon), Laurent de Brunhoff (Babar Comes to America), Colin Dann (The Animals of Farthing Wood)…

#OTD (29 August) in geeky history in 1964: Mary Poppins opens in New York

Born #OTD (29 August) in geeky history: Carla Gugino (Watchmen), Rebecca De Mornay (Jessica Jones), Emily Hampshire (12 Monkeys), Jay Ryan (Beauty and the Beast), Nicole Gale Anderson (Beauty and the Beast), Elliott Gould (Kim Possible), Ingrid Bergman (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Richard Attenborough (Jurassic Park), Michael Jackson (The Wiz), Lea Michele (Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return), Jennifer Landon (The Orville), Dante Basco (Hook), William Levy (Resident Evil: The Final Chapter), David Vincent (Resident Evil: Damnation), Deborah Van Valkenburgh (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), William Friedkin (The Exorcist), Joel Schumacher (Batman & Robin), Lenny Henry (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban), Nicole Byer (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), John Hensley (Witchblade), Laura Ashley Sanders (In Time), Charles Gray (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Ellen Geer (The Postman), Dina Spybey-Waters (The Haunted Mansion), Chris Johnson (The Vampire Diaries), Isabel Sanford (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Lurene Tuttle (The Clonus Horror), Emilie Dequenne (Brotherhood of the Wolf), George Macready (The Return of Count Yorga), Mark Bomback (Dawn of the Planet of the Planet of the Apes), Barry Sullivan (Planet of the Vampires), Dick O’Neill (Wolfen), Frank Henenlotter (Frankenhooker), Preston Sturges (The Invisible Man), Ian James Corlett (Dragon Ball Z), Lane Bradford (Zombies of the Stratosphere), Jason Spisak (Young Justice), Minami Hamabe (Ajin: Demi-Human), Joe Sawyer (The Walking Dead), Orestes Matacena (The Mask), Sam Freed (Coneheads), Arthur Burghardt (The Transformers: The Movie), Willard Waterman (Mr. Ed), Jeffrey Nicholas Brown (Henry Danger), Alec Gillis (Starship Troopers), Elena Rivera (The Ministry of Time), Nancy Holder (Dead in the Water), Malcom P. Kube-McDowell (The Quiet Pools)…

#OTD (28 August) in geeky history in 1993: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers debuts in the USA

Born #OTD (28 August) in geeky history: Amanda Tapping (Stargate SG-1), Armie Hammer (Reaper), David Fincher (Alien3), Jack Black (King Kong), Jennifer Coolidge (Robots), Jason Priestley (Tru Calling), Brian Thompson (Dragonheart), Carly Pope (Elysium), Katie Findlay (After the Dark), Kelly Overton (Van Helsing), Luis Guzmán (Journey 2: The Mysterious Island), Billy Boyd (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Daniel Stern (Little Monsters), Nick E. Tarabay (Star Trek: Into Darkness), Rick Rossovich (The Terminator), LeAnn Rimes (Drop Dead Diva), Steffiana De La Cruz (Soulkeeper), Quvenzhané Wallis (Trolls), Kristin Booth (Defendor), Charles Rocket (Hocus Pocus), David Soul (Salem’s Lot), Donald O’Connor (Francis), Ben Gazzara (The Neptune Factor), Eugene Byrd (Dead Man), Jonathn Whitesell (The X Files), Nancy Kulp (The Aristocats), J. August Richards (Angel), Daniel Goddard (Dream Warrior), Simon Oakland (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Charles Boyer (Lost Horizon), Kyle Massey (That’s So Raven), John Allen Nelson (Sheena), August Maturo (The Nun), Sonny Shroyer (Santa’s Magic Book), Stephanie Belding (Watchmen), Jacob Davich (The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D), Roxie Roker (Amazon Women on the Moon), Lester Speight (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), Jack Kirby (Iron Man), Alice Playeten (Legend), Rachel Kimsey (Justice League Action), Morris Ankrum (Earth vs. the Flying Saucers), Matthew John Armstrong (Heroes), Craig Anton (Phil of the Future), James Wong Howe (Bell Book and Candle), Stanley Andrews (Adventures of Superman), Melissa Rosenberg (Jessica Jones), Benjamin Petry (The Spirit), Bonnie Turner (Coneheads), Peter Bartlett (The Princess and the Frog), Jack Vance (The Dying Earth), Vonda N. McIntyre (Dreamsnake), Barbara Hambly (The Time of the Dark)…

#OTD (27 August) in geeky history in 2010: The Last Exorcism opens

Born #OTD (27 August) in geeky history: Alexa PenaVega (Spy Kids), Sugar Lyn Beard (Sausage Party), Paul Reubens (Pee-wee’s Playhouse), Suranne Jones (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Shaun Weiss (Pee-wee’s Playhouse), Peter Stormare (Constantine), Aaron Paul (BoJack Horseman), Patrick J. Adams (Legends of Tomorrow), Ariana Greenblatt (Avengers: Infinity War), Sarah Chalke (Rick and Morty), Blake Jenner (Supergirl), Barbara Bach (The Humanoid), G.W. Bailey (Short Circuit), Dalip Singh (Get Smart), Kayla Ewell (The Vampire Diaries), Dean Devlin (Independence Day), Vic Mignogna (Star Trek Continues), Siobhan Redmond (Frankenstein), Robert Richardson (Hugo), Reema Sampat (Jessica Jones), Diana Scarwid (What Lies Beneath), Danica Curcic (The Mist), Martha Raye (The Bugaloos), Michelle Pierce (Transformers), Charles Fleischer (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Claire Stansfield (Xena: Warrior Princess), Reece Shearsmith (Shaun of the Dead), George Montgomery (The Six Million Dollar Man), Monica Lacy (The Cell), Leanna Creel (The Cell), Joy Creel (The Cell), Darren Goldstein (Limitless), Demetria McKinney (Superstition), Tommy Sands (Babes in Toyland), Downtown Julie Brown (Sabrina, the Animated Series), Dan Donohue (Strange Angel), Harrison Page (Quantum Leap), Susy Kane (House of Anubis), Barbara Trentham (Rollerball), Roger Pryor (The Man with Nine Lives), Byron Foulger (The Man with Nine Lives), Bodie Olmos (Battlestar Galactica), Lisa Marie Newmyer (A Scanner Darkly), Janet MacLachlan (The Thirteenth Floor), Cainan Wiebe (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), James Finlayson (She-Wolf of London), Med Flory (The Nutty Professor), Gary Imhoff (The Green Mile), Leo Penn (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jennifer Armour (Ghoul), Robert Remus (G.I. Joe), Adam Vernier (G.I. Joe Retaliation), Captain Kidd Brewer Jr. (The Abyss), Rhett Giles (King of the Lost World), Johnny Eck (Tarzan the Ape Man), Dominic Colesno (Thunderbirds), Frank Kelly Freas (Weird Tales), Ira Levin (Rosemary’s Baby)…

#OTD (26 August) in geeky history in 1953: The War of the Worlds opens

Born #OTD (26 August) in geeky history: Chris Pine (Star Trek), Melissa McCarthy (The Happytime Murders), Dylan O’Brien (Teen Wolf), Danielle Savre (The X-Files), Macaulay Culkin (The Pagemaster), Amanda Schull (12 Monkeys), Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Evan Ross (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1), Keke Palmer (Winx Club), Michael Jeter (The Green Mile), Wanda De Jesus (Ghosts of Mars), Nazneen Contractor (Heroes Reborn), Riley Steele (Piranha 3D), Meredith Eaton (Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones), Brett Cullen (Ghost Rider), Alison Steadman (Orphan Black), Annette Badland (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Gracie Dzienny (Zoo), Candy Moore (One Step Beyond), Jim Davis (The Day Time Ended), Claire Blackwelder (Power Rangers Dino Charge), Oleg Taktarov (Predators), Kirk Fox (The Postman), Francine York (Mutiny in Outer Space), Chris Burke (Touched by an Angel), Shirley Manson (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Jane Merrow (The Six Million Dollar Man), Bo Huang (Legend of the Moles: The Treasure of Scylla), Jorge Sanz (Conan the Barbarian), Kari Lizer (Weird Science), Patrick Kennedy (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Christina Cindrich (2095), Tommy Bastow (Exorcismus), Emma Hunton (Angel), Akiko Wakabayashi (Ghidora, the Three-Headed Monster), Jennifer Higham (Ella Enchanted), Emma Rayne Lyle (Mr. Mercedes), Juliette Brewer (Balto), Ola Ray (Michael Jackson’s Thriller), Johnny Ray Gill (BrainDead), Susan Harrison (The Twilight Zone), John Cabrera (Slither), Byron Lawson (The Tomorrow People), Yvette Vickers (Attack of the 50 Foot Woman), Emiliano Diez (Elena of Avalor), Gunner Wright (Star Wars: Battlefront II), Mayumi Yoshida (The Man in the High Castle), Don LaFontaine (Xena: Warrior Princess), Mark Snow (The X-Files), Ronny Graham (Spaceballs), Stephen Greif (Blake’s 7), Angela Robinson Witherspoon (Meteor Man), Meghan Heaney-Grier (Aquaman), Rickie Sorensen (The Sword in the Stone), Randy Stone (Final Destination), Mary Carroll (Mister Ed), Rainbow Harvest (Mirror Mirror), Kirk Morris (The Witch’s Curse), William Preston (Waterworld), Robert Chartoff (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Dave Barry (Get Smart), Bianca Allaine (Zombinatrix), Otto Binder (Captain Marvel Adventures)…

#OTD (25 August) in geeky history in 1939: The Wizard of Oz opens

Born #OTD (25 August) in geeky history: Sean Connery (Zardoz), Blake Lively (Green Lantern), Yifei Liu (The Forbidden Kingdom), Alexander Skarsgård (True Blood), Rachel Bilson (Jumper), Tim Burton (The Nightmare Before Christmas), Ally Walker (Universal Soldier), Joanne Whalley (Willow), Tom Hollander (Mowgli), Jackie Tohn (The Good Place), China Anne McClain (Black Lightning), Tom Skerritt (Alien), Ben Falcone (The Happytime Murders), John Savage (Carnivàle), Simon McBurney (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I), Gene Simmons (Runaway), Kel Mitchell (Mystery Men), Blair Underwood (The Lion Guard), Marti Noxon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Wilhelm von Homburg (In the Mouth of Madness), Mel Ferrer (Nightmare City), Tracy Ann Oberman (Doctor Who), Steve Oram (The World’s End), Van Johnson (Brigadoon), Rusty Schwimmer (Scrooge & Marley), Michael Rennie (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Josh Flitter (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Anthony Heald (The X-Files), David Alan Basche (War of the Worlds), Roar Uthang (Tomb Raider), Regis Philbin (Little Nicky), Ben Diskin (Spider-Man), David Canary (The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes), Graham Jarvis (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Keegan Joyce (Superman Returns), John Badham (WarGames), Rachael Ray (The Emoji Movie), Walter Burke (Batman), Ashley Crow (Minority Report), Michelle Beaudoin (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Monty Hall (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Richard Greene (Island of the Lost), Ross Hull (Are You Afraid of the Dark?), Hugh Hudson (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes), Julian Kostov (A Discovery of Witches), Donavon Stinson (Fantastic Four), Peter Gilmore (Doctor Who), Imogen Hassall (When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth), Bruce Allpress (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Holly Gibbs (Nanny McPhee), David Packer (RoboCop), Pamela Brull (The Philadelphia Experiment), Alexis Raben (Krypton), Brianne Brozey (Power Rangers Time Force) Walt Kelly (Pogo), Marc Zicree (The Twilight Zone Companion), Michael Kaluta (The Shadow), Ian Falconer (Olivia)…

#OTD (24 August) in geeky history in 2001: The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy debuts

Born #OTD (24 August) in geeky history: Rupert Grint (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), James D’Arcy (Cloud Atlas), Steve Guttenberg (Short Circuit),Jared Harris (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Elizabeth Debicki (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), Martha Higareda (Altered Carbon), Chad Michael Murray (Freaky Friday), Beth Riesgraf (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Alex O’Loughlin (Moonlight), Grey Griffin (Batman: Arkham City), Jennifer Lien (Star Trek: Voyager), Anne Archer (The Ghost Whisperer), David Koechner (The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants), Dave Chappelle (Undercover Brother), Marlee Matlin (The Magicians), Stephen Fry (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Barret Oliver (The NeverEnding Story), Ava DuVernay (A Wrinkle in Time), Kevin Dunn (Transformers), Tony Amendola (Stargate SG-1), Takashi Miike (Blade of the Immortal), Joe Regalbuto (Mork & Mindy), Sonja Bennett (The Fog), Rachael Carpani (Triangle), Kenny Baker (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Hal Smith (The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh), William Morgan Sheppard (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country), Pierfrancesco Favino (World War Z), Dawna Lee Heisng (RoboWoman), Linda Hogan (Little Hercules in 3-D), Drew Pearce (Iron Man 3), Ronee Blakely (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Eric Edwards (Blade), Dana Gould (Mystery Men), Craig Kilborn (Cursed), Meital Dohan (Woke Up Dead), Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear Solid), Preston Foster (The Time Travelers), Vince McMahon (The Scorpion King), Helena Carter (Invaders from Mars), Raven De La Croix (The Lost Empire), Kwesi Ameyaw (Blade: Trinity), Chris Offutt (True Blood), Connie Mason (Blood Feast), Kirk Wise (Beauty and the Beast), Mark Protosevich (Thor), Gil Perkins (Batman: The Movie), Lodric D. Collins (Grimm), Gaylord Dubois (Tarzan), Holly Hallstrom (The Tomorrow Man), James Tiptree Jr. (Tales of the Quintana Roo), Stanton A. Coblentz (The Moon People), Jorge Luis Borges (Labyrinths), Orson Scott Card (Ender’s Game)…

#OTD (23 August) in geeky history in 1996: The Island of Dr. Moreau (Marlon Brando) opens

Born #OTD (23 August) in geeky history: Ed Benedict (Huckleberry Hound), River Phoenix (Explorers), Barbara Eden (I Dream of Jeannie), Shelley Long (Freaky Friday), Ray Park (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Ronald Falk (Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones), Vera Miles (Mazes and Monsters), Chris Potter (X-Men), Joanne Froggatt (Life on Mars), Joey Cramer (Flight of the Navigator), Annie Ilonzeh (Arrow), Sam Horrigan (Escape to Witch Mountain), Gene Kelly (Xanadu), Andrew Rannells (Yu-Gi-Oh!), Kim Matula (Raptor Ranch), Clare Grant (Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.), Katherine Evans (Supernatural), Rick Springfield (Mission: Magic!), Chan-wook Park (Thirst), Ruta Gedmintas (The Strain), Jay Mohr (Small Soldiers), Marty York (Sliders), Jessica Lee Keller (The Adjustment Bureau), Skip Sudduth (Mutants in Paradise), Bob Peck (Jurassic Park), Aaron Douglas (Battlestar Galactica), Ed Gale (Howard the Duck), Richard Sanders (Day of the Tentacle), Kristine Cofsky (Travelers), Bolaji Badejo (Alien), Peter Wyngarde (Flash Gordon), Roger Avary (Beowulf), Lexi Alexander (Arrow), Charley Boorman (Excalibur), Sheilah Wells (Island of the Lost), Marian Seldes (The Haunting), Jaime Lee Kirchner (Dead People), John Snyder (Akira), David Robb (Highlander), Alexandre Desplat (The Shape of Water), Rags Ragland (The Canterville Ghost), China Moo-Young (Pennyworth), Michael Taliferro (Witch Hunt), Robert Mulligan (The Other), Bobby Diamond (The Twilight Zone), Erin Foster (Roswell), Trevor Wright (Roswell), Deron McBee (Batman Forever), Alana Mansour (Terra Nova), Jennifer Holmes (Misfits of Science), Gil Tucker (Mad Max), Jeannie Elias (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius), Robert L. Manahan (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)…

#OTD (22 August) in geeky history in 1995: Roger Corman’s Black Scorpion debuts

Born #OTD (22 August) in geeky history: Kristen Wiig (Wonder Woman 1984), Richard Armitage (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Israel Broussard (Happy Death Day), Ross Marquand (The Walking Dead), Rodrigo Santoro (Westworld), Jennifer Finnigan (Salvation), James Corden (Into the Woods), Ashley Platz (Big Legend), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Lost), Andrew Wilson (Idiocracy), Honor Blackman (Jason and the Argonauts), Dakota Goyo (Real Steel), Mark Williams (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Ty Burrell (Finding Dory), Courtney Gains (Back to the Future), Brooke Dillman (Earth to Echo), Colm Feore (The Chronicles of Riddick), Laura Breckenridge (Drop Dead Diva), Giada De Laurentiis (Scooby-Doo! and the Gourmet Ghost), Cindy Williams (The Stepford Husbands), Brandon Quintin Adams (Ghost in the Machine), Geoffrey Horne (It’s a Bird… It’s a Plane… It’s Superman!), Jenna Leigh Green (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Sylva Koscina (Hercules), Robert Wall (Sci-Fighter), Sylvia Koscina (Hercules), Lulu Antariksa (Legacies), Lara Harris (American Horror Story), Melinda Page Hamilton (Frequency), John Lupton (Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter), Rick Yune (Alita: Battle Angel), Jackie Geary (Lucifer), Aparna Nancherla (BoJack Horseman), Jay Novello (The Lost World), Chris Wylde (Future-Worm!), Heidi Lenhart (El Hazard: Wanderers), Jasmine Waltz (Demon), Valerie Harper (American Dad!), Laurent Lafitte (The Little Prince), David Chase (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Keiko Kitagawa (Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon), Chia-Hui Liu (Future Fighters), Jorge Diaz (Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones), Cecil Kellaway (I Married a Witch), Joey Aresco (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Ray Bradbury (Fahrenheit 451), Paul W. Fairman (Ten from Infinity), Will Shetterly (Cats Have No Lord)…

#OTD (21 August) in geeky history in 1981: An American Werewolf in London opens

Born #OTD (21 August) in geeky history: Laura Haddock (Guardians of the Galaxy), Hayden Panettiere (Heroes), Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix), Alica Witt (Dune), Kim Cattrall (Big Trouble in Little China), RJ Mitte (The Recall), Annet Mahendru (Penguins of Madagascar), Patty McCormack (One Step Beyond), Nancy Hadley (One Step Beyond), Nathan Jones (Mad Max: Fury Road), Loretta Devine (Supernatural), Marc Evan Johnson (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Peter Weir (The Truman Show), Clarence Williams III (Miracles), Elarica Johnson (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), Jack Weston (The Incredible Mr. Limpet), Kiami Devael (Matilda), Eva Torres (Supergirl), Cody Kasch (Troy of the Future), Arielle Carver-O’Neill (Predestination), Tom Tully (My Living Doll), Marie Blake (The Addams Family), Barry Foster (Succubus), Richmond Arquette (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Kelsey Mulrooney (The Haunting), Barbara Moore (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery), Wilt Chamberlain (Conan the Destroyer), Melvin Van Peebles (The Shining), Susan Eisenberg (Justice League), Tony Steedman (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Brooks Wheelan (Big Hero 6 the Series), Geoffrey Keen (Moonraker), Maxim Knight (Falling Skies), Stephen Hillenburg (Spongebob SquarePants), Kristi Angus (Jason X), Robert Knox (Harry Potter and the Half-Bood Prince), Cathy Weseluck (My Little Pony: The Movie), Micah Solusod (Wolf Children), Basil Poledouris (Robocop), Stephane Nicoli (Cursed), Brad Kavanagh (House of Anubis), Michael Bendetti (Netherworld), Shevonne Durkin (Leprechaun 2), Roland Culver (Dead of Night), Willow Hale (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Herbert Mundin (Chandu the Magician), Steve Alten (The Meg)…

#OTD (20 August) in geeky history in 2010: Nanny McPhee Returns opens in the USA

Born #OTD (20 August) in geeky history: Amy Adams (Arrival), Demi Lovato (Smurfs: The Lost Village), Colin Cunningham (Elektra), Ben Barnes (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian), Meghan Ory (Once Upon a Time), Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man), James Marsters (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Misha Collins (Supernatural), Joan Allen (Pleasantville), Jonathan Ke Quan (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), John Noble (Fringe), Michael Rady (Timeless), Ray Wise (Reaper), David O. Russell (Outer Space Astronauts), Fred Durst (Revelations), Ali Liebert (Mech X-4), Sylvester McCoy (Doctor Who), Win Morisaki (Ready Player One), David Walliams (Stardust), Rileah Vanderbilt (Wonder Woman), Jennifer Pudavick (2030 CE), Patrick Kilpatrick (Minority Report), Kristen Miller (Team America: World Police), Elizabeth Alda (Night of the Creeps), Nikki SooHoo (Miss 2059), Theresa Saldana (Werewolf), Isaac Hayes (Escape from New York), Adrian Bower (The Quatermass Experiment), Billy Gardell (Dragon Wars: D-Wars), Jeremy Black (The Boys from Brazil), Bill Watterson (Lost Planet 3), Mary Stavin (House), Sophie Aldred (Doctor Who), Anthon Ainley (Doctor Who), Hilary Ryan (Doctor Who), Peter Adrian Sudarso (Power Rangers Ninja Steel), Guy Hendrix Dyas (Inception), Jamil Walker Harris (Stargate Universe), Ravil Isyanov (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Markus Flanagan (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Bernard Archard (Krull), Santino Rice (L.A. Zombie), Mark Borchardt (The Hagstone Demon), Al Roker (Robots), Geoffrey Blake (Contact), Eddie Paskey (Star Trek: The Original Series), William O’Connell (Star Trek: The Original Series), Gary McGurk (Babylon 5), Corey Carrier (The Adventures of Pinocchio), Justina Vail (Seven Days), Thomas Tulak (Hook), Noah Bean (12 Monkeys), Peter Horton (Children of the Corn), Alan Reed (The Flintstones), Brant Daugherty (Freakish), Liana Liberato (Haunt), Miriam Colon (The Possession of Joel Delaney), Rossana Podesta (Hercules), Jay Acovone (Stargate SG-1), William O’Connell (Star Trek: The Original Series), Sam Melville (Starman), Tony Terraciano (Chuggington), Billy Jenkins (Humans), Ida Nielsen (Monster Busters), H.P. Lovecraft (The Dunwich Horror), Anne Cameron (The Lightning Catcher), Greg Bear (The Forge of God), Greg Egan (Quarantine)…

#OTD (19 August) in geeky history in 1959: Space Invasion of Lapland opens in Sweden

Born #OTD (19 August) in geeky history: Gene Roddenberry (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jonathan Frakes (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Matthew Perry (Fallout: New Vegas), Ethan Cutkosky (The Unborn), Michelle Borth (Shazam!), Kyra Sedgwick (The Possession), Callum Blue (Dead Like Me), Peter Gallagher (House on Haunted Hill), Gerald McRaney (Touched by a Angel), Jill St. John (Batman), Peter Mooney (Heroes Reborn), Adam Arkin (Full Moon High), )Kevin Dillon (The Blob), Jim Carter (Flash Gordon), Tracie Thoms (Looper), Matthew Glave (Stargate SG-1), L.Q. Jones (A Boy and His Dog), Diana Muldaur (Star Trek: The Original Series), Tammin Sursok (Aquamarine), Travis Tedford (The Thirteenth Floor), Mike Moh (The Inhumans), Adam Campbell (Touch), Simon Bird (The Harry Hill Movie), Debra Paget (From the Earth to the Moon), Thomas Q. Jones (Luke Cage), Briana Venskus (The Walking Dead), J. Evan Bonifant (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Paula Jai Parker (True Blood), Ian McElhinney (Game of Thrones), Ahmed Best (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Romeo Miller (Little Dead Rotting Hood), Darcy DeMoss (Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI), Brooke Mueller (Witchouse), Tony Longo (Angels in the Outfield), Darby Hinton (Stargames), Holly Lynch (Osombie), Randi Oakes (Battlestar Galactica), Angus Scrimm (Phantasm), Dick Simmons (The Resurrection of Zachary Wheeler), David A. Gregory (Constantine), Joseph Castanon (Click), William Marshall (Blacula), Lillian Müller (The Devil and Max Devlin), Christopher Malcolm (Highlander), Tristan Lake Leabu (Superman Returns), Paul Satterfield (Bruce Almighty), Aimee-Lynn Chadwick (Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave), Micah Alberti (Smallville), Marie Wilson (Babes in Toyland), Aaron Horvath (Teen Titans Go!), Patrick Van Horn (Encino Man), Dean Fujioka (Fullmetal Alchemist), Claude Dauphin (Barbarella), Asami (Sky Sharks), Robert Towers (Masters of the Universe), Barry Kelley (The Manchurian Candidate), Geraldine Keams (The Car), Stu “Large” Riley (Gotham), Marilyn Harris (Frankenstein), Matt Shipman (World War Blue), Veronica Roth (Divergent), D.G. Compton (The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe)…

#OTD (18 August) in geeky history in 1971: The Return of Count Yorga premieres in Los Angeles

Born #OTD (18 August) in geeky history: Robert Redford (Pete’s Dragon), Edward Norton (The Incredible Hulk), Andy Samberg (Hotel Transylvania), Patrick Swayze (Ghost), Christian Slater (The Lion Guard), Madeleine Stowe (Twelve Monkeys), Maia Mitchell (After the Dark), Roman Polanski (Rosemary’s Baby), Carole Bouquet (Rosemary’s Baby), Kaitlin Olson (Finding Dory), Mika Boorem (Jack Frost), Richard Harmon (The 100), Reg E. Cathey (Fantastic Four), Craig Bierko (The Thirteenth Floor), Denis Leary (Ice Age), Shelley Winters (Pete’s Dragon), Martin Mull (American Dad!), Parker McKenna Posey (Meet the Santas), Malcolm-Jamal Warner (American Horror Story), Henry G. Sanders (American Horror Story), Sarita Choudhury (Lady in the Water), Anna Akana (Ant-Man), Adam Storke (Death Becomes Her), Jacob Vargas (Luke Cage), Monsters in the Woods (Glenn Plummer), Max Charles (The Strain), Joan Taylor (Earth vs. The Flying Saucers), Dar Salim (Game of Thrones), Mizuo Peck (Night at the Museum), Kirrilee Berger (Just Add Magic), Don Keefer (Sleeper), Grant Williams (The Incredible Shrinking Man), Kieran Bew (Da Vinci’s Demons), Gail Fisher (Knight Rider), Darren Pettie (The Mist), Griffin Drew (Dinosaur Valley Girls), Max Wasa (Astro), Brian Stack (Hotel Transylvania), Katie Lyons (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus), Molly Bee (Hillbillys in a Haunted House), John Debney (The Orville), Elayne Boosler (Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme), Malone Thomas (The Originals), Alan Mowbray (Topper), Anna Navarro (Topper), Sergio Castellitto (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian), Andrew Shim (Alien Uprising), Grainger Hines (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Danny Mastrogiorgio (Gotham), Emile Meyer (My Favorite Martian), Brooke Harman (Stepsister from Planet Weird), John Finnegan (An American Tail), Rhonda Dent (Supernatural), Steven Zirnkilton (The Rugrats Movie), Harriett Jones (Beauty and the Beast), Ikue Otani (Pokémon), Shirley Prestia (Species), Jenny Runacre (The Witches), Joe Tornatore (Big Trouble in Little China), Jørgen Langhelle (The Thing), Feodor Chin (World of Warcraft), Rafer Johnson (Tarzan and the Great River), Michael Kenworthy (The Blob), Brian Michael Bendis (Ultimate Spider-Man), Brian W. Aldiss (Frankenstein Unbound)…

#OTD (17 August) in geeky history in 1960: The Time Machine opens

#OTD (17 August) in geeky history in 1945: Animal Farm published

Born #OTD (17 August) in geeky history: Robert De Niro (Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein), Taissa Farmiga (American Horror Story), Austin Butler (Aliens in the Attic), Sean Penn (The Angry Birds Movie), Natalie Gold (Birdman), Helen McCrory (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), Rachel Hurd-Wood (Peter Pan), Donnie Wahlberg (The Sixth Sense), Maureen O’Hara (Miracle on 34th Street), Mark Salling (Children of the Corn: The Gathering), Larry B. Scott (Super Force), Brady Corbet (Thunderbirds), David Conrad (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Mae West (Mister Ed), Tim Bagley (The Mask), Bryton James (Young Justice), Jessi Klein (Lucy: The Daughter of the Devil), Giuliana Rancic (4: Rise of the Silver Surfer), Glenn Corbett (Star Trek: The Original Series), Julian Fellowes (Knights of God), John Marshall Jones (John Doe), Robert Joy (Land of the Dead), Charles Aitken (Happy Death Day), Cinta Laura Kiehl (After the Dark), Jennifer Rhodes (3rd Rock from the Sun), Julius Harris (King Kong), Wesley Eure (Land of the Lost), Kate McNeil (Monkey Shines), Saraya-Jade Davis AKA Paige (Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon), Raphael Bob-Waksberg (BoJack Horseman), Angela Dohrmann (Star Trek: Voyager), Don McKellar (Blindness), Tammy Townsend (Ghost Whisperer), Andrew Koenig (InAlienable), Brock Kelly (Supernatural), Floyd “Red Crow” Westerman (The X-Files), Ken Kwapis (Santa Clarita Diet), Martha Coolidge (Real Genius), Erika Toda (Death Note), Nicholas Bell (I, Frankenstein), Emily Schulman (Small Wonder), Julianna McCarthy (The Frighteners), Belinda Carlisle (Frequency), Monty Woolley (The Bishop’s Wife), Giulana Ransic (Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer), Evelyn Ankers (The Wolfman), Shane Briant (The Picture of Dorian Gray), Seung-ho Yoo (The Magician), Richard Hunt (The Muppet Show), Katia Elizarova (Justice League), Samuel Goldwyn (Hans Christian Andersen), Keston John (Avatar 2), Lisa Coleman (Heroes), Michael Canavan (The Island), Dana Daurey (Bewitched), Shane Porteus (Aweful Movies with Deadly Earnest), John Brahm (The Twilight Zone), Harve Bennett (The Six Million Dollar Man), Laura Resnick (Disappearing Nightly)…

#OTD (16 August) in geeky history: in 1988: Top Line opens in Italy; in 2016: Sharkenstein opens

Born #OTD (16 August) in geeky history: James Cameron (Avatar) Steve Carell (Despicable Me), Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok), Cameron Monaghan (Gotham), Angela Bassett (Black Panther), Cristin Milioti (The Venture Brothers), Cam Gigandet (Twilight), Julie Newmar (Batman), Lesley Ann Warren (Cinderella), Evanna Lynch (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix), Rumer Willis (Future World), Madonna (Dick Tracy), Bob Balaban (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Timothy Hutton (The Last Mimzy), Agnes Bruckner (The Returned), Reginald VelJohnson (TRON: Uprising), Lorraine Gary (Jaws), Robert Culp (The Greatest American Hero), Elpidia Carrillo (Predator), Laura Innes (Colony), Parker Young (Arrow), Shawn Pyfrom (The Shaggy Dog), Jeff Perry (The Flash), Arden Cho (Teen Wolf), Lois Nettleton (The Twilight Zone), Ann Blyth (The Twilight Zone), Todd Haberkorn (Fairy Tale), Kathie Lee Gifford (Hercules), Carole Shelley (Bewitched), Christine Cavanaugh (Dexter’s Laboratory), Kevin G. Schmidt (The Butterfly Effect), George Stults (Night Skies), Donnie Dunagan (Son of Frankenstein), Marcella Lentz-Pope (Big Hero 6), Hongmei Mai (The Meg), Mae Clarke (Frankenstein), Glenn Strange (Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein), Fess Parker (Them!), Carrie Anne Fleming (iZombie), Barbara Goodson (Akira), Kate Higgins (Sailor Moon Crystal), Marshall Manesh (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), John Standing (V for Vendetta), Tim Williams (Ninja Assassin), Andy Milder (Armageddon), Daniel Stewart Sherman (People of Earth), Donovan Leitch Jr. (The Blob), Sharon Baird (Land of the Lost), Seth Peterson (Godzilla), Rachel Talaly (Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare), Lori Rom (Charmed), Mirella D’Angelo (Hercules), Dale Raoul (True Blood), William Saylers (Bedazzled), Moam Murro (Watership Down), Jean Sincere (The Incredibles), Robin Campillo (Eastern Boys), Gloria Blondell (Sleepy Time Donald), Hugo Gernsback (Amazing Stories), Andrew J. Offutt (The Sword of Skelos), Diana Wynne Jones (Howl’s Moving Castle)…

#OTD (15 August) in geeky history in 1903: The Monster opens

Born #OTD (15 August) in geeky history: Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games), Ben Affleck (Justice League), Peter Hermann (A Gifted Man), Natasha Henstridge (Species), Zeljko Ivanek (True Blood), Emily Kinney (The Walking Dead), Debra Messing (The Mothman Prophecies), Alejandro G. Iñárritu (Birdman), Anthony Anderson (Transformers), Barbara Bouchet (Star Trek: The Original Series), Quinton Aaron (Paranormal Movie), David Zayas (Skyline), Mike Henry (Tarzan and the Valley of Gold), Samuel Roukin (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Tess Harper (Early Edition), Courtney Hope (Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Eternal Flame), Lori Nelson (Revenge of the Creature), Mike Connors (Day the World Ended), Joe Jonas (Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation), Rose Marie (Scorch), Ann Ryerson (Minority Report), Jessica Lindsey (Medium), Jim Dale (Pete’s Dragon), Abby Dalton (Nanny and the Professor), Lucille Soong (Freaky Friday), Wendy Hiller (Jackanory), Nigel Terry (Excalibur), Pat Priest (The Munsters), Nina Shipman (The Munsters), Tony Robinson (Faeries), Rob Thomas (iZombie), Carlos PenaVega (The Thundermans), Demian Slade (Radioactive Dreams), Nicolas Roeg (The Witches), Janice Rule (Bell, Book and Candle), Jacek Koman (Children of Men), Georgann Johnson (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Phyllis Smith (Inside Out), Poupée Bocar (Get Smart), Gulliver McGrath (Dark Shadows), Ron Dean (The Dark Knight), Priscilla Inga Taylor (Gothic Assassins), Brittney Aleah (Wonder Woman 1984), Jaclyn Bernstein (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Matthew Wood (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Jill Haworth (The Mutations), Ella Thomas (Almost Human), Gaylen Ross (Dawn of the Dead), Vaitiare Hirshon (Stargate SG-1), Katy Stoll (Starship Icarus), Huntz Hall (Spook Chasers), Rondell Sheridan (That’s So Raven), Shirley O’Hara (Tarzan and the Amazons), Eddie Little Sky (The Car), Peter Jay Fernandez (The Adjustment Bureau) Jenny Hanley (Scars of Dracula), Elizabeth Kerr (Mork & Mindy), Miko Mayama (Star Trek: The Original Series), Roger Rose (Justice League: War), Michael Berresse (AI: Artificial Intelligence), Jack Snow (The Magical Mimics in Oz), Robert L. Forward (Dragon’s Egg), Bjo Trimble (Star Trek Concordance), Louise Marley (The Glass Harmonica), Clifford A. Pickover (Liquid Earth), Terri Osborne (Three Sides to Every Story)…

#OTD (14 August) in geeky history in 2000: The Darkling debuts

Born #OTD (14 August) in geeky history: Mila Kunis (Oz the Great and Powerful), Emmanuelle Béart (LEGO Dimensions), Brianna Hildebrand (Deadpool), Catherine Bell (Bruce Almighty), Halle Berry (Catwoman), Steve Martin (Little Shop of Horrors), Marcia Gay Harden (TRON: Uprising), Christopher Gorham (Justice League: War), Scott Michael Campbell (Jessica Frost), Carl Lumbly (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Susan Saint James (Love at First Bite), Raoul Bova (AVP: Alien vs. Predator), Brenda Benet (The Horror at 37,000 Feet), Cassi Thomason (Left Behind), James Buckley (Zapped), Susan Olsen (The Brady Kids), Lou Wagner (Planet of the Apes), Neil Newbon (Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier), Jackée Harry (Transformers: Robots in Disguise), James Horner (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn), Tony Moran (Halloween), Sylvia Jefferies (Halloween II), Adrian Lester (Doomsday), Ben Bass (Bride of Chucky), Antonio Fargas (Firestarter), Jamie Sives (Game of Thrones), Alice Ghostley (Bewitched), Steve Reevis (Monsterwolf), Andrew Kevin Walker (Sleepy Hollow), Maria O’Brien (When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth), Jim Wynorski (The Lost Empire), Sarah Brightman (Repo! The Genetic Opera), Misty Rosas (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Vernon Dobtcheff (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Steve Braun (The Immortal), Cristi Conaway (Batman Returns), David Crosby (Hook), Ashlynn Brooke (Piranha 3D), Nick Holmes (Guardians of the Galaxy), David Schramm (The Dreamer of Oz), Brannon Braga (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Richard Lee-Sung (Inspector Gadget), E.J. André (Magic), Fran Bennett (New Nightmare), Michelle Lintel (Black Scorpion), Tina Romero (Alucarda), Candace Hilligoss (Carnival of Souls), Alberta Nelson (The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini), Lee Hoffman (Quandry), Danielle Steel (The Klone and I)…

#OTD (13 August) in geeky history in 2004: AVP: Alien vs. Predator opens

Born #OTD (13 August) in geeky history: Sebastian Stan (Captain America: Civil War), John Slattery (Captain America: Civil War), Debi Mazar (Batman Forever), Alfred Hitchcock (The Birds), Ashley Spillers (Red vs. Blue), James Carpinello (Gotham), Kevin Tighe (Lost), Sara Serraiocco (Counterpart), Gretchen Corbett (Otherworld), Heike Makatsch (A Sound of Thunder), Crystal Allen (Star Trek: Of Gods and Men), Bert Lahr (The Wizard of Oz), Neville Brand (The Ninth Configuration), Pat Harrington Jr. (Yo Yogi!), John Beal (Dark Shadows), Danny Bonaduce (Charlotte’s Web), Jane Carr (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Álex González (X: First Class), Dawnn Lewis (The 10th Kingdom), Romann Berrux (Outlander), Grégory Fitoussi (World War Z), Kathleen Gati (Arrow), Regis Toomey (C.H.O.M.P.S.), Jody Thompson (The 4400), Richard Hawley (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt), Damian O’Hare (Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl), David Monahan (The Dark Knight Rises), Michael Sinterniklaas (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Anthony Keyvan (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland), Gene Raymond (Tales of Tomorrow), Quinn Cummings (The Six Million Dollar Man), Maria Rohm (Count Dracula), Susan Jameson (I, Monster), Madhur Jaffrey (Wolf), Buck Kartalian (Planet of the Apes), Kurt Kasznar (Land of the Giants), Chubby Johnson (Cyborg 2087)…

#OTD (12 August) in geeky history in 1977: Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger opens in New York

Born #OTD (12 August) in geeky history: Cara Delevigne (Suicide Squad), Dominique Swain (Astro), Lakeith Stanfield (Death Note), Maggie Lawson (Santa Clarita Diet), Casey Affleck (A Ghost Story), Bruce Greenwood (Young Justice), Peter Krause (The Truman Show), Yvette Nicole Brown (Repo Men), Rebecca Gayheart (Dead Like Me), Michael Ian Black (Reaper), Leah Pipes (The Originals), Sam J. Jones (Flash Gordon), Jim Beaver (Supernatural), George Hamilton (Love at First Bite), Steve Talley (The 100), Jade Tailor (The Magicians), Brent Sexton (Surface), Natalie Mendoza (The Descent), Dana Ivey (The Addams Family), Charlotte Salt (Beowulf), Charles Mesure (V), Imani Hakim (Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens), John Derek (Tarzan the Ape Man), Elise Luthman (Henry Danger), Oliver Ford Davies (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Jane Wyatt (Star Trek: The Original Series), Oliver Crawford (Star Trek: The Original Series), Ronald Guttman (Preacher), Selina Cadell (Hereafter), Electra Avellan (Grindhouse), Elise Avellan (Grindhouse), Isaach De Bankolé (Black Panther), Erin Bethea (Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter), Stephanie Vogt (The Forest), Deborah Walley (Beach Blanket Bingo), Samuel Fuller (Captain Video and His Video Rangers), Ray Abruzzo (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Cantinflas (Horror Kung-Fu Theatre), Jennifer Warren (Mutant), Marion Lorne (Bewitched), Fulton Mackay (Fraggle Rock), Katherine Kendall (Flatland), Angela Besharah (Lost Girl), James DuMont (Jurassic World), Zachary Baharov (Game of Thrones), Joe Besser (Yogi’s Space Race), Letícia Román (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.), Teddi Siddall (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Glen Barry (Dracula Untold), Andras Jones (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master), Rosanna Huffman (Babe), Barbara Hicks (Brazil), Oskar Homolka (The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Michael Hobson (The New Adventures of Peter Pan), Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows), Elizabeth Shepherd (Damien: Omen II), Vic Polizos (Superhero Movie), Carol Eve Rossen (The Stepford Wives), Leonard Strong (Cult of the Cobra), Jennifer Bishop (Bigfoot), Michael Coles (Dracula A.D 1972), Howard R. Cohen (Space Radiers), L.M. Kit Carson (The Crow: Wicked Prayer),Ralph Nelson (Charly), Peggy Mondo (The Addams Family),Howard Smith (The Brass Bottle), Peter Browngardt (Uncle Grandpa), Douglas Croft (Batman), Brenda Cooper (The Silver Shp and the Sea), William Goldman (The Princess Bride)…

#OTD (11 August) in geeky history in 1948: Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid premieres in New York

Born #OTD (11 August) in geeky history: Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Messina (Devil), Embeth Davidtz (Bicentennial Man), Anna Gunn (NYPD 2069), Viola Davis (Suicide Squad), Alyson Stoner (Phineas and Ferb), Arlene Dahl (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Merritt Weaver (Signs), Will Friedle (Guardians of the Galaxy), Sophie Okonedo (After Earth), Ian McDiarmid (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Ashley Jensen (Arthur Christmas), Layla Alizada (The Muppets), Hulk Hogan (Gnomeo & Juliet), Roger Craig Smith (Batman: Arkham Origins) Jemima West (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones), Miguel A. Núñez Jr. (Street Fighter), Anna Massey (Haunted), Adam LeFevre (The Manchurian Candidate), Lloyd Nolan (The Outer Limits), Stuart Gordon (Re-Animator), Lawrence Monoson (Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation), Googy Gess (G vs E), Arlene Dahl (Jourey to the Center of the Earth), Elya Baskin (Spider-Man 2), Lara Grice (The Final Destination), Tyne Stecklein (Hansel & Gretel: Warriors of Witchcraft), Duane Martin (Ghost Whisperer), Charles Cooper (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Úrsula Corberó (Paranormal Xperience 3D), Roxana Ortega (Santa Clarita Diet), Laurel Goodwin (Star Trek: The Original Series), Collin Chou (The Matrix Reloaded), Ian Charleson (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes), Savannah Chrisley (Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens), David Horovitch (102 Dalmations), Mike Douglas (Cinderella), Gray O’Brien (Doctor Who), Joe Rogan (Zookeeper), Alexis Tipton (My Bride Is a Mermaid), Jean Parker (Beyond Tomorrow), Judith Brown (Toxic Zombies), Rob Minkoff (The Lion King), Lita Baron (Bomba on Panther Island), Vithaya Pansringarm (The Meg), Stuart Rosenberg (The Amityville Horror), Carla Perez (Power Rangers), Justin Kucsulain (The Walking Dead), Drew Nelson (The Strain), Lynn Adrianna (Her), Eddie Garcia (Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief), Ann Michelle (Virgin Witch), Kip King (Westworld), Zora Kerova (Warriors of the Wasteland), Lauren Rhiihimaki (Boo 2! A Madea Halloween), Meredith McCoy (Dragon Ball Z), Paul Soles (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer), Angelle Brooks (Spider-Man), Henry Kulky (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Jeannie Millar (Black Scorpion), Jim Lee (The Uncanny X-Men), Morris Weiss (Blue Beetle), Enid Blyton (The Enchanted Wood), Alan E. Nourse (Trouble on Titan), Stacia Kane (Unholy Ghosts)…

#OTD (10 August) in geeky history in 1984: The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension opens

Born #OTD (10 August) in geeky history: Cate Shortland (Black Widow), Justin Theroux (The Leftovers), Brenton Thwaites (Maleficent), Ryan Eggold (Daybreak), JoAnna Garcia Shwisher (Once Upon a Time), Antonio Banderas (Shrek 2), Rosanna Arquette (Amazon Women on the Moon), Angie Harmon (Batman Beyond), Lucas Till (X-Men: First Class), Devon Aoki (Mutant Chronicles), Claudia Christian (Babylon 5), Tone Bell (The Flash), Jack Haley (The Wizard of Oz), Una Damon (The Truman Show), Rick Otto (Phantoms), Nicola Pecorini (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus), Jacob Latimore (The Maze Runner), Lynn Cohen (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Marilyn Ghigliotti (Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter), Gus Mercurio (Curse of the Talisman), Jeff Corey (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Murray Melvin (Starhunter), Rick Overton (Willow), Daniel Hugh Kelly (Star Trek: Insurrection), Don Swayze (True Blood), Nicole Taylor (The Insatiable), Diane Venora (Threshold), Kate O’Mara (Doctor Who), Katherine Boecher (Supernatural), Yuki Shimoda (Wonder Woman), Andrew Byron (Wonder Woman), Noah Beery Jr. (The Six Million Dollar Man), André Sogliuzzo (Puss in Boots), Vernon Washington (The Last Starfighter), Henry O’Neill (The Walking Dead), Alison Folland (The Happening), John Bryant (Men into Space), Ari Boyland (The Tribe), Paige Lauren Billiot (Isle of the Dead), Ko Asung (Snowpiercer), Brigette Lundy-Paine (Downsizing), Jimmy Dean (Fantasy Island), Brian Drummond (Dragon Ball Z), Richard Reeves (Target Earth), Beverly Randolph (The Return of the Living Dead), Kat Purgal (The Muppets), Tessie Santiago (Devil’s Whisper), Joanna Bacalso (Bedazzled), Brian Drummond (Dragon Ball Z), Pablo Derqui (If I Hadn’t Met You), Eric Thal (The Puppet Masters), Al Avalon (The Astounding She-Monster), Martin Benson (The Omen), Rhonda Fleming (The Nude Bomb), Peter Diamond (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Katrina Begin (No Ordinary Family), Craig Kirkwood (Deepwater Black), Michael McGlone (Person of Interest), Leo Fitzpatrick (Gotham) Tyler Steelman (17 Again), Pua Magasiva (30 Days of Night), Roxanne McKee (Dominion), Martha Hyer (Abbott and Costello Go to Mars), Leslie Stevens (True Blood), Arthur Roberts (Not of This Earth), Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games), Curt Siodmak (Donovan’s Brain)…

#OTD (9 August) in geeky history in 1989: The Abyss opens

Born #OTD (9 August) in geeky history: Bill Skarsgård (It), Rhona Mitra (The Strain), Anna Kendrick (Into the Woods), Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), Sam Elliott (The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot), Ashley Johnson (Teen Titans Go!), Robert Shaw (Jaws), Adelaide Kane (The Purge), Eric Bana (Hulk), Justice Smith (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), Melanie Griffith (Cherry 2000), Thomas Lennon (Legend of the Three Caballeros), Kevin McKidd (Star Wars Rebels), Liz Vassey (The Tick), Audrey Tautou (Phantom Boy), Jessica Capshaw (Minority Report), Jess Macallan (Legends of Tomorrow), Whitney Houston (The Preacher’s Wife), Christine Peters (Joust), Emily Tennant (Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency), McG (Supernatural), Kate Siegel (The Haunting of Hill House), Amanda Bearse (Fright Night), Justine Wachsberger (Insurgent), Anjali Jay (Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb), Daniela Denby-Ashe (Torchwood), Nikki Ziering (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Burkely Duffield (House of Anubis), Daniel Henshall (Okja), Amy Stiller (Monsters), Kelly Albanese (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 Motion Comic), Adam Nimoy (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Burton Gilliam (The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything), John Stephenson (Charlotte’s Web), Lin Oeding (Inception), Nicola Stapleton (Snow White), Marya Delver (Stargate SG-1), Charlie David (Shadowlands), Michèle Girardon (Devil of the Desert Against the Son of Hercules), Tom Tyler (Adventures of Captain Marvel), Dick Anthony Williams (Edward Scissorhands), Ryan Bollman (Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice), Michael Kors (My Super Ex-Girlfriend), Carrie Lorraine (ALF), Ashlei Sharp Chestnut (Gotham), Etalvia Cashin (Star Trek), Gene Ross (The Goonies), L.Q. Jones (A Boy and His Dog), P.L Travers (Mary Poppins), Frank M. Robinson (The Power), Daniel Keyes (Flowers for Algernon), Tove Jansson (The Moomins and the Great Flood), John Varley (Titan)…

#OTD (8 August) in geeky history in 1941: Hold That Ghost opens

Born #OTD (8 August) in geeky history: Peyton List (The Tomorrow People), Dustin Hoffman (Hook), Lindsay Sloane (Over Her Dead Body), Jon Turtletaub (Jericho), Meagan Good (Minority Report), Laura Wiggins (Rings), Keith Carradine (Cowboys & Aliens), Katie Leung (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Tobias Santelmann (Hercules), Dani Dyer (Doghouse), Nita Talbot (Spider-Man), Sylvia Sidney (Beetlejuice), Guy Burnet (Counterpart), Esther Williams (Jupiter’s Daughter), Connie Stevens (Way…Way Out), Anne Wheaton (Sharknado 2: The Second One), Rory Calhoun (Hell Comes to Frogtown), Richard Anderson (The Six Million Dollar Man), Shawn Mendes (The 100), Makenzie Leigh (Gotham), Suzee Pai (Big Trouble in Little China), Chris Rebello (Jaws), Michael Chernus (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Brooke Bundy (A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors), Kimberly Brooks (Voltron), Michael Urie (Beverly Hills Chihuahua), Martin Brest (Meet Joe Black), Jimmy Jean-Louis (Heroes), Branscombe Richmond (The Scorpion King), Aubrey K. Miller (Just Add Magic), Don Most (Star Trek: Voyager), Enzo Cilenti (Guardians of the Galaxy), Lee Unkrich (Coco), Devery Jacobs (American Gods), Tawny Cypress (Supergirl), Lochlann O’Mearáin (Outlander), Donald P. Bellisario (Quantum Leap), Jenn Proske (Vampires Suck), Tom Georgeson (Doctor Who), Senta Moses Mikan (Beakman’s World), Rosetta LeNoire (The Brother from Another Planet), Dino De Laurentiis (King Kong), Marisa Quintanilla (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2), J.C. Chasez (Ghost Whisperer), Terry Burnham (The Twilight Zone), Matt Shakman (Game of Thrones), Yuqi Zhang (Legend of the Demon Cat), Keith Barron (Doctor Who), Ford Rainey (Halloween II), Adam Roarke (Star Trek: The Original Series), William Asher (Bewitched), Mamoru Oshii (Ghost in the Shell), Shavon Kirksey (Dragonball: Evolution), Trina Nishimura (Attack on Titan), Doran Clark (Quantum Leap), Earl Cameron (Inception), Harry Crosby (Friday the 13th), Tahlena Chikami (The Last Ship), Tom Reese (The Six Million Dollar Man), Dee Austin Robertson (The Happytime Murders), Robert Siodmak (Son of Dracula), Diane Dreyer (Michael), Terry Nation (Doctor Who)…

#OTD (7 August) in geeky history in 1981: Heavy Metal opens

Born #OTD (7 August) in geeky history: David Duchovny (The X-Files), Charlize Theron (Mad Max: Fury Road), Megan Gale (Mad Max: Fury Road), Abbie Cornish (Geostorm), Michael Shannon (The Shape of Water), Francesca Eastwood (Heroes Reborn), Wayne Knight (Jurassic Park), Sydney Penny (Hyper Sapien: People from Another Star), Brit Marling (Another Earth), Harold Perrineau (Lost), Eric Johnson (Flash Gordon), Maggie Wheeler (Archer), Tobin Bell (The Flash), Liam James (2012), Charlotte Lewis (The Golden Child), John Glover (Smallville), Lesley Nicol (The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe), Randy Wayne (Hellraiser: Judgment), Hans Matheson (Clash of the Titans), Edward Hardwicke (Photographing Fairies), David Rasche (Men in Black 3), Caroline Aaron (Edward Scissorhands), Carl “Alfalfa” Switzer (Science Fiction Theatre), Billie Burke (The Wizard of Oz), Verna Bloom (Déjà Vu), Cirroc Lofton (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Alexandre Aja (Piranha 3D), Greg Serano (The Postman), Sue Lloyd (U.F.O.), Tom McGrath (Madagascar), Rick Genest (Carny), DeLane Matthews (Dead Last), Shannon Cochran (The Ring), Ramon Estevez (The Dead Zone), Katherine Press (Captain America: The First Avenger), Kenny Johnston (Justice League Unlimited), Cassian Elwes (Nomads), Anjanette Comer (Netherworld), Marlyn Mason (Wonder Woman), Rachel York (Justice League Unlimited), Simon Kassianides (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Steve Ihnat (Star Trek: The Original Series), Francesca Gregorini (Humans), Julia Ford (Macbeth), Suzanne Bertish (Space Precinct), Faruq Tauheed (The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle), Jon Jon Briones (American Horror Story), Pancho Moler (American Horror Story), Franco Columbu (The Terminator), Alexei Sayle (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), Stan Freberg (Lady and the Tramp), David Hollander (The Relic), Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series), Chico Benymon (The Thundermans), Mimi Paley (The X-Files), Adele Lamont (The Brain That Wouldn’t Die), Shobna Gulati (Doctor Who), Beverly Powers (The Power), Julian Wadham (Outlander), James “The Amazing” Randi (Invisible Thread), Connor Garelick (Alpha Wolf), Mark Irwin (Videodrome), Grandon Rhodes (Earth vs. the Flying Saucers), Jane Adams (Batman and Robin), Dudley Foster (Doctor Who), Daniel Knauf (Dracula), Kasia Kowalczyk (Star Trek), Cory Lane (Dreammaster: The Erotic Invader), Jerry Pournelle (A Spaceship for the King)…

#OTD (6 August) in geeky history in 1999: The Iron Giant, Mystery Men, The Sixth Sense all open

Born #OTD (6 August) in geeky history: M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense), Vera Farmiga (The Conjuring), Melissa George (Triangle), Michelle Yeoh (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), Ever Carradine (Runaways), Josh Schwartz (Runaways), Ty Simpkins (Jurassic World), Jason O’Mara (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Lucille Ball (The Magic Carpet), Marisa Miller (R.I.P.D.), Romola Garai (The Last Days on Mars), Kacey Rohl (The Magicians), Leland Orser (Daredevil), Monique Ganderton (Avengers: Infinity War), Soleil Moon Frye (Planet Sheen), Merrin Dungey (Deep Impact), Catherine Hicks (Child’s Play), Leslie Odom Jr. (Gotham), Charlotte McKinney (Flatliners), Stepfanie Kramer (The Secret Empire), Jennifer Lyons (The Amazing Spider-Man), Amy Forsyth (Channel Zero), Forrest Goodluck (Blood Quantum), Louise Sorel (Star Trek: The Original Series), Adrianne Curry (Light Years Away), Lisa Boyle (The Nutty Professor), Andy Warhol (Batman Dracula), Faith Prince (Drop Dead Diva), De’voreaux White (Frankenstein: The College Years), Michael Anderson Jr. (Logan’s Run), Dorian Harewood (The Batman), Barbara Windsor (Alice in Wonderland), Geri Horner (Henry Hugglemonster), Karl Davies (Game of Thrones), Harley Graham (Thor), Jeremy Ratchford (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Frank Finlay (Lifeforce), Paul Bartel (Piranha), Peter Bonerz (ALF), Alan Cox (Young Sherlock Holmes), Hopper Penn (Between Worlds), Peter Simonischek (Rubinrot), Lilyan Chauvin (Predator 2), Reece Dinsdale (Hamlet), Valerie Wildman (Earth to Echo), Charles Crichton (Space: 1999), Brian Levant (The Flintstones), Moosie Drier (The Munsters Today), Ray Buktenica (Batman: The Animated Series), Ballard Berkeley (Blood Beast from Outer Space), Jack Klaff (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Chris Edgerly (Passengers), Leo Carrillo (Ghost Catchers), Chelsea Bruland (Terminator Genisys), Brendan Burke (Annie), Lisa Stewart (The Vampire Diaries), Sarah Lawson (Island of the Burning Damned), Madeleine Taylor Holmes (Pumpkinhead), Daniella Wang (Midnight Hair), Bill Wise (WALL-E), Kevin Jarre (The Mummy), Moira Lister (The 10th Kingdom), Norman Bartold (Westworld), Jason Rogel (Swamp Shark), Noble Craig (Big Trouble in Little China), Nanna Blondell (Real Humans), Bobby Bass (Predator), Megumi Okina (Ju-on: The Grudge), Michael Parr (Dark Ascencion), Aileen Burdock (Bright), Charles Fort (The Outcast Manufacturers), Piers Anthony (A Spell for Chameleon), Ian R. MacLeod (The Great Wheel)…

#OTD (5 August) in geeky history in 1960: The Last Woman on Earth opens

Born #OTD (5 August) in geeky history in 2016: Suicide Squad opens

Born #OTD (5 August) in geeky history: James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy), Mark Strong (John Carter), Jesse Williams (The Cabin in the Woods), Loni Anderson (All Dogs Go to Heaven), Janet McTeer (Maleficent), Maureen McCormick (Teen Angel), Jonathan Silverman (Jekyll), Sophie Winkelman (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), John Saxon (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Tawny Kitaen (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Iddo Goldberg (Salem), John Huston (Annie), J.J. Totah (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Wanda Ventham (UFO), John Jarratt (The Time Game), Elle McKinnon (Once Upon a Time), Ethan Erickson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Clayton Rohner (G vs E), Darren Shahlavi (Alone in the Dark), Ja’net DuBois (Magic Island), Joan Hickson (The Man Who Could Work Miracles), Meegan Warner (Once Upon a Time), Lorri Bagley (The Stepford Wives), Ko Shibasaki (Andô Lloyd: A.I. Knows Love?), Natalie Trundy (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Adam Irigoyen (The Last Ship), Billie Hayes (H.R. Pufnstuf), Stefanie Joosten (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain), Joanne Samuel (Mad Max), Karl Theobald (Primeval), Clayton Boyd (The Construct), Carole Laure (Night Magic), Suzuka Ohgo (Sexy Voice and Robo), Parley Baer (Roswell), Marlene Favela (Species: The Awakening), Bob Clark (Dead of Night), Holly Palance (The Omen), Adrian Petriw (The Hollow), Alan Howard (The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring), Don Matheson (Land of the Giants), Tom Drake (Land of the Giants), Chip Fields (The Amazing Spider-Man), David Brian (Star Trek: The Original Series), Reginald Owen (Mary Poppins), Ami Foster (Snoopy: The Musical), Jessica Nigri (Red vs. Blue), Jan Francis (Dracula), Selma Diamond (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Sandy Kenyon (The Twilight Zone), Erin Yvette (Batman: The Telltale Series), Zakes Mokae (Westworld), Paul Kasey (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Michael Ballhaus (Dracula), Ryan McDonald (2012), Joan Weldon (Them!), Michael Todd (Alien Rising), Francine Maisler (Birdman), Chuck Campbell (Jason X), Danny Slavin (Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue), Terry Becker (The Thirsty Dead), Kathleen Sky (Birthright)…

#OTD (4 August) in geeky history in 1995: Virtuosity opens

Born #OTD (4 August) in geeky history: Meghan Markle (Fringe), Cole Sprouse (The Astronaut’s Wife), Dylan Sprouse (Total War: Warhammer II), Abigail Spencer (Timeless), Billy Bob Thornton (Puss in Boots), Greta Gerwig (Isle of Dogs), Chet Hanks (Fantastic Four), Lauren Tom (Futurama), Daniel Dae Kim (Lost), Sam Underwood (Fear the Walking Dead), James Tupper (Aftermath), Sebastian Roché (The Vampire Diaries), Kym Karath (Lost in Space), Emilija Baranac (Beyond), Donald Gibb (Transylvania 6-5000), Ron Lester (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Richard Belzer (The Puppet Masters), David Lewis (Man of Steel), Andy Hallett (Angel), Michael DeLuise (Encino Man), B. Jordan Reed (Teen Wolf), Dan Payne (Watchmen), Don S. Davis (Stargate SG-1), Anita Page (The Crawling Brain), Fenella Woolgar (Jekyll), Lori Lethin (Starman), Lucinda Dryzek (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Meghan Rienks (Freakish), Kristin Richardson (Lost), Lily Costner (The Postman), David Kaye (Siren), Tiffany Evans (Tarzan 2: Who Am I?), Martin Jarvis (Wreck-It Ralph), Carol Arthur (Dracula: Dead and Loving It), Timothy Adams (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Vlad Ivanov (Snowpiercer), Kym Johnson Herjavec (Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens), John August (Titan A.E.), Jeanne Carmen (The Monster of Piedras Blancas), Margaret Lee (Dorian Gray), Dennis Lehane (Mr. Mercedes), Louis Armstrong (Cabin in the Sky), Jared Farid Ward (Lucifer), Sara Botsford (The Fog), Victor Love (Spawn), Georgina Hale (Cockneys vs. Zombies), Richard White (Beauty and the Beast), Bernard Rose (Candyman), Rod Daniel (Teen Wolf), Lara Peake (Spaceship), Rebecka Hamse (Drowning Ghost), Sabine Singh (Charmed), Kavan Reece (Meteor), Lexie Bigham (The Micronots!), Kristoffer Tabori (Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic), Jared Ward (Lucifer), William Frankfather (The Rocketeer), Keun-Suk Jang (Human, Space, Time and Human), Joseph Calleia (The Monster and the Girl), Bobby Buntrock (Mister Ed), Jamie Croft (Legend of Enyo), Nikolett Barabas (The Martian), Ilkka Villi (Quantum Break), William Keene (The Twilight Zone), Bridie Latona (Foretold), Wesley Addey (The Invaders), Tom Hennesy (Revenge of the Creature), Lane Allan (Project U.F.O.), Patrick Robert Smith (Agent Carter), Jeff Gordon (Cars 2), Tina Cole (Reawakened), Robert Alonzo (Deadpool), Chuck Hogan (The Strain)…

#OTD (3 August) in geeky history in 1951: Tales of Tomorrow debuts

Born #OTD (3 August) in geeky history: Evangeline Lilly (Lost), Martin Sheen (The Amazing Spider-Man), Hannah Simone (The Greatest American Hero), John C. McGinley (Stan Against Evil), Lisa Ann Walter (Bruce Almighty), Kyle Schmid (Being Human), Stephen Graham (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Michael Ealy (Almost Human), Cozi Zuehlsdorff (Freaky Friday), Molly Hagan (iZombie), Georgina Haig (Once Upon a Time), Sumalee Montano (Transformers Prime), Emily Baldoni (Legend of the Seeker), Isaiah Washington (The 100), John Landis (An American Werewolf in London), Max Landis (An American Werewolf in London), Travis Willingham (Avengers Assemble), Brigid Brannagh (Runaways), Steven Berkoff (Witches of East End), Melissa Ponzio (Teen Wolf), Elizabeth Berrington (The Living and the Dead), Tommy Dewey (17 Again), Jay North (The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show), Gordon Scott (Tarzan’s Hidden Jungle), Tómas Lemarquis (Blade Runner 2049), Lambert Wilson (Catwoman), Landry Bender (The Lion Guard), Jean Hagen (Panic in Year Zero!), Jon Foster (Stay Alive), Corey Burton (Atlantis: The Lost Empire), Anne Marie DeLuise (Stargate SG-1), Justin Kurzel (Assassin’s Creed), James Hetfield (Skylanders Academy), Bethel Leslie (Tales of Tomorrow), Sara Chase (The Toxic Avenger), Jo Marie Payton (The Little Mermaid), Dolores Del Rio (The Sculptor’s Dream), Martha Stewart (Pixels), Philip Casnoff (Message from Space), Irene Tedrow (Empire of the Ants), Jenny Beck (Troll), Ciara Charteris (Mary Shelley), Tony Bennett (Muppets Most Wanted), Richard Foronjy (Repo Man), Shanelle Workman (Mass Effect), Thierry Neuvic (Hereafter), Jonah Ray (Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return), Erika Marozsán (Hercules), Denis Carey (Doctor Who: Shada), Luke Massy (Thor), Kevin Rodney Sullivan (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), George Memmoli (Phantom of the Paradise), Elena Franklin (Osmosis Jones), Rona Anderson (Scrooge), James Komack (Get Smart), Jukka Hilden (Let It Die), Alex McCrindle (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Chris O’Hara (Jurassic World), P.D. James (Children of Men), Frank De Felitta (Audrey Rose), John DeChancie (Castle Perilous), Clifford D. Simak (Time and Again)…

#OTD (2 August) in geeky history in 1985: Weird Science opens

Born #OTD (2 August) in geeky history: Wes Craven (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Kevin Smith (Dogma), Mary-Louise Parker (R.I.P.D.), Sam Worthington (Avatar), Jacinda Barrett (Zero Hour), Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Peter O’Toole (Stardust), Joanna Cassidy (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Butch Patrick (The Munsters), Matthew Del Negro (Teen Wolf), Simon Kinberg (Logan), Krzysztof Soszynski (Logan), Britt Lower (Ghosted), Alice Evans (The Vampire Diaries), Carroll O’Connor (The Time Tunnel), Victoria Jackson (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight), Cassidy Gifford (Time Trap), Myrna Loy (Death Takes a Holiday), Joivan Wade (Doctor Who), Cynthia Stevenson (Jennifer’s Body), Zuleyka Silver (In Time), Michelle Lee (Pacific Rim), Kathryn Harrold (Miracles), Kerry James (The Boy Who Cried Werewolf), Hallie Eisenberg (Bicentennial Man), Charli XCX (Angry Birds), Max Wright (ALF), Nehemiah Persoff (An American Tail), Angell Cowell (The Sky Princess), Madeline Smith (Live and Let Die), Kara Hoffman (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Shelby Hoffman (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Apollonia Kotero (Black Magic Woman), Marcel Iures (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), James Preston Rogers (Outlander), Tom Bell (The Magic Toyshop), Angie Cepeda (2091), Gary Merrill (Mysterious Island), Greg Austin (Humans), Beatrice Straight (Poltergeist), Nick Loeb (Day of the Dead: Bloodline), Regina Russell Banali (Hook), Sandra Ellis Lafferty (The Hunger Games), Natashia Williams (The Vampire Diaries), Susan Denberg (Frankenstein Created Woman), Bridgid Coulter (Westworld), W.K. Stratton (Transformers: The Game), Olivier Gruner (Nemesis), Theodore Marcuse (Star Trek: The Original Series), Bethany Richards (Eve of Destruction), Donna Air (The Mummy Returns), Charles Roven (The Dark Knight), Jack L. Warner (The Beast with Five Fingers), Ty O’Neal (Wild Wild West), Alice Connor (The New Worst Witch), John MacDonald (The Incredible Hulk), Leslie Ackerman (The Incredible Hulk), Tim Dunigan (Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future), Nathan Zellner (Red vs. Blue), James Howe (Bunnicula), Isabel Allende (City of the Beasts)…

#OTD (1 August) in geeky history in 1970: 1st San Diego’s Golden State Comic-Con (later San Diego Comic-Con) held

Born #OTD (1 August) in geeky history: Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Jack O’Connell (300: Rise of an Empire), John Carroll Lynch (The Walking Dead), Lewis Smith (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Oona Laurence (Pete’s Dragon), Khamani Griffin (Rise of the Guardians), Dom DeLuise (The Secret of NIMH), Sam Mendes (Penny Dreadful), Demián Bichir (Alien: Covenant), Terry Kiser (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Kris Holden-Ried (Underworld: Awakening), Sasha Jackson (Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader), Geoffrey Holder (Annie), Steve Schirripa (Planes: Fire & Rescue), Max Carver (Teen Wolf), Landry Allbright (Feral), Sally Pressman (Zombies Anonymous), Charles Malik Whitfield (American Horror Story), Deborah Baker Jr. (Stan Against Evil), Giancarlo Giannini (Dracula), Kwok-Kwok Chan (The Era of Vampires), Taylor Negron (Angels in the Outfield), Elijah Kelley (Strange Magic), Adrian Dunbar (The Quatermass Experiment), Eduardo Noriega (Beauty and the Beast), David Wain (Superjail!), Jesse Borrego (Fear the Walking Dead), Leon Thomas III (Fear the Walking Dead), Tempestt Bledsoe (ParaNorman), Suze Lanier-Bramlett (Area 51), Devanny Pinn (Area 51 Confidential), Alakina Mann (The Others), Ella Wahlestedt (Earth to Echo), David Calder (Emerald City), Taylor Fry (Dark Avenger), Henry Jones (Arachnophobia), Jennifer Gareis (The 6th Day), Montserrat Lombard (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus), Caprice Benedetti (Practical Magic), Miracle Laurie (Dollhouse), Arthur Hill (The Andromeda Strain), Coolio (Futurama), Paul Lambert (Planet of the Apes), J. Lee Thompson (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Melanie Shatner (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier), Don Hertzfeldt (World of Tomorrow), Roshumba Williams (Mortal Kombat: Conquest), Michael Davis (Monster Man), Craig Littler (Jason of Star Command), Brian Patrick Clarke (Drop Dead Diva), Ashley Parker Angel (Lunar: The Silver Star), Annabel Jankel (Super Mario Bros.), Ian Hogg (Doctor Who), Cameron Rhodes (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Les Hill (Terra Nova), Brett Chukerman (Evil Bong 2: King Bong), M.R. James (Ghost Stories of an Antiquary)…

#OTD (31 July) in geeky history in 1992: Death Becomes Her opens

Born #OTD (31 July) in geeky history: Michael Biehn (Aliens), B.J. Novak (The Smurfs), Wesley Snipes (Blade), Alexis Knapp (The Anomaly), Annie Parisse (NYPD 2069), Geraldine Chaplin (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), Ruby Modine (Happy Death Day), Christina Cox (The Chronicles of Riddick), Zelda Williams (The Legend of Korra), Richard Griffiths (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Emilia Fox (Dorian Gray), Ben Chaplin (Dorian Gray), France Nuyen (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Don Murray (Conquest of the Planet of the Apes), Dean Cain (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), James Read (Charmed), Dirk Blocker (Poltergeist), Charlie Carver (The Leftovers), Geoffrey Lewis (Odyssey 5), Ted Cassidy (The Addams Family), Eve Best (The Infinite World of H.G. Wells), Barry Van Dyke (Galactica 1980), Sofia Pernas (Age of the Dragons), Al Sapienza (Godzilla), Louis de Funès (The Troops & Aliens), Alan Autry (Intruders), Loren Dean (Gattaca), Wunmi Mosaku (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Jessica Williams (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald), Rico Rodriguez (The Muppets), Eric Lively (So Weird), Jim True-Frost (666 Park Avenue), Rudolf Martin (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Susan Flannery (The Time Tunnel), Blake Michael (Dog with a Blog), Laura Soltis (Arrow), Sab Shimono (Samurai Jack), Mario Bava (Planet of the Vampires), Brittany Byrnes (Scorched), Joey Richter (Starship), Cassi Davis (Boo! A Madea Halloween), Pat Finn (Space Buddies), Jan Broberg (Haunt), Wally Kurth (Generator Rex), Mela Lee (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir), Ian Roberts (Superman Returns), Robert Perault (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), James Harvey Ward (True Blood), Aria Lyric Leabu (The Thinning), Jake Dinwiddie (Charmed), Andrea Drepaul (Damien), Allison Barron (Night of the Demons), Reese Hartwig (Earth to Echo), Mousie Garner (Saturday the 14th), Vanessa Parise (Beyond), Raymond Pickard (The Borrowers), Tressa Thomas (Flatliners), Daniel Evans (Doctor Who), J.K. Rowling (Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone), Tui Sutherland (Wings of Fire), Lynne Reid Banks (The Indian in the Cupboard), Ian Beck (The Secret History of Tom Trueheart), Kim Newman (Anno Dracula)…

#OTD (30 July) in geeky history in 2004: The Manchurian Candidate (Denzel Washington) opens

Born #OTD (30 July) in geeky history: Arnold Schwarzenegger (The Terminator), Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck), Christopher Nolan (Inception), Joey King (The Conjuring), April Bowlby (Doom Patrol), Jaime Pressly (Mortal Kombat: Conquest), Christine Taylor (The Craft), Terry Crews (Deadpool 2), Gina Rodriguez (Annihilation), Martin Starr (Revelations), Lisa Kudrow (BoJack Horseman), Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix), Hilary Swank (I Am Mother), Simon Baker (Land of the Dead), Javier Botet (It), Jean Reno (Flushed Away), Vivica A. Fox (Independence Day), Richard Linklater (A Scanner Darkly), Carel Struycken (The Addams Family), William Atherton (Ghostbusters), Sarah Habel (Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn), Frances de la Tour (Into the Woods), Jason Watkins (Watership Down), Phil Davis (Alien3), John Reardon (Painkiller Jane), Sarah McDaniel (SuperHigh), Delta Burke (The Year Without a Santa Claus), Aml Ameen (The Maze Runner), Jacob Lofland (Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials), Joan Vohs (Science Fiction Theatre), Monique Gabrielle (The Return of Swamp Thing), Tom Green (Iron Sky: The Coming Race), Peter Bogdanovich (Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women), Ken Olin (Sleepy Hollow), Richard Burgi (Crystal Skulls), Molly McCook (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Kerry Fox (Intruders), Victor Wong (Big Trouble in Little China), Derek Waters (Santa Clarita Diet), Richard Johnson (The Haunting), Frank Stallone (Transformers: Robots in Disguise), Michael Bell (The Transformers: The Movie), John P. Ryan (It’s Alive), Philip Quast (The Justice Lease), Danielle Keaton (Village of the Damned), Gina Bramhill (Being Human), Lisa Wilhoit (Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves!), Dick Wilson (Bewitched), Donnie Keshawarz (The Adjustment Bureau), Erwin Leder (Underworld), Nichole Yannetty (Jessica Jones), Sid Krofft (Land of the Lost), Jim Wise (X-Men: Next Dimension), Ted Sarandos (Okja), Gabriele Salvatores (The Invisible Boy), Virginia Coffman (The Vampyre of Moura), Emily Brontë (Wuthering Heights)…

#OTD (29 July) in geeky history in 1954: The Fellowship of the Ring (Lord of the Rings #1) is published

Born #OTD (29 July) in geeky history: Wil Wheaton (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Wendy Hughes (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Genesis Rodriguez (Big Hero 6), Rachel Miner (Supernatural), Timothy Omundson (Supernatural), Stephen Dorff (Blade), Allison Mack (Smallville), Leslie Easterbrook (Lavantula), David Warner (TRON), Todd Bosley (Rainbow Brite), Alexandra Paul (Christine), Tony Sirico (The Fairly OddParents), Ato Essandoh (Altered Carbon), Mike Starr (First Jerk on Mars), Robert Horton (The Green Slime), Robert Fuller (The Brain from Planet Arous), Munro Chambers (Turbo Kid), Richard Steven Horvitz (Psychonauts), Dennis Stewart (Misfits of Science), William Powell (Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid), Matt Prokop (April Apocalypse), Lloyd Bochner (Batman: The Animated Series), Richard Egan (Gog), Tania Gunadi (Transformers Prime), Dominic Burgess (The Flash), Thelma Todd (The Tin Man), Jeannetta Arnette (Extant), Maestro Harrell (Fear the Walking Dead), Charles Hallahan (The Thing), Robert J. Steinmiller Jr. (Space Daze), Delia Sheppard (Vampire in Vegas), Tim Gunn (The Smurfs), Brian Peck (The Return of the Living Dead), Ian Roberts (Freaks of Nature), Dana Morávková (Van Helsing), Lino Facioli (Game of Thrones), Dileep Rao (Inception), Diane Keen (Jekyll & Hyde), Kevin Spirtas (Bloodstone: Subspecies II), Frank Marth (The Six Million Dollar Man), Stephen McNally (The Six Million Dollar Man), Rodney Allen Rippy (The Six Million Dollar Man), Roz Kelly (Full Moon High), Bryan Dattilo (Arcade), Megan Hayes (Future Man), Marcus Gilbert (Army of Darkness), Lou Albano (The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!), Dean Haglund (The X Files), Chris Marker (Twelve Monkeys), T.J. McGibbon (X-Men: Apocalypse), Mike Hodges (Flash Gordon), Enzo G. Castellari (Light Blast), Lana Kinnear (Iron Man), Maria Ouspenskaya (The Wolf Man), Professor Irwin Corey (Fairy Tales), Terence Rosemore (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), Penny Bae Bridges (Space Jam), Melvin Belli (Star Trek: The Original Series), Andrea Darvi (The Twilight Zone), Sasha Frost (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Emily Neves (Starship Troopers: Invasion), George Clayton Johnson (Logan’s Run), Amy S. Foster (The Rift Uprising)…

#OTD (28 July) in geeky history in 1995: Waterworld opens

Born #OTD (28 July) in geeky history: Sarah Snook (Winchester), John David Washington (The Book of Eli), Alexis Arquette (Bride of Chucky), Lori Loughlin (Medusa’s Child), Elizabeth Berkely (S. Darko), Dustin Milligan (Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency), Nolan Gerard Funk (Counterpart), Peter Cullen (The Transformers), Tom Pelphrey (Iron Fist), Sally Struthers (Dinosaurs), Alexandra Chando (Dead People), Georgia Engel (Open Season), Dey Young (Not Quite Human II), Bud Lucky (The Incredibles), Ann Doran (The Brass Bottle), Barbara La Marr (The Brass Bottle), Michael Hitchcock (Serenity), Spencer Boldman (Zapped), Bruce Abbott (Re-Animator), Ursula Parker (Spectral), Darryl Hickman (Pac-Man), Frances Lee McCain (Back to the Future), Deborah Voorhees (Friday the 13th: A New Beginning), Carlos Jacott (Cavemen), Emily Hahn (Toy Story 3), Linda Kelsey (The Picture of Dorian Gray), Charles Cyphers (Halloween), Rachel Blakely (The Lost World), Ori Pfeffer (The Island), Billy Aaron Brown (Attack of the Sabertooth), Vene L. Arcoraci (Minority Report), Phil Proctor (Monsters, Inc.), Rudy Vallee (Batman), George Webster (Tripped), Scott Bloom (The Stuff), Nina Axelrod (Time Walker), Brianne Leary (The Astronauts), Laird Cregar (Heaven Can Wait), Barak Hardley (The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu), David Weston (Doctor Who), Brigit Forsyth (Doctor Who), Hannah Lochner (Dawn of the Dead), Lani Minella (Diablo), Cole Williams (Heroes), Miranda Carabello (Medium), Evan Farmer (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Eliza Swenson (The Witches of Oz), Maisie Dee (Game of Thrones), Colin Higgins (The Devil’s Daughter), Dominic Jephcott (Inseminoid), Marie Lohr (The Ghosts of Berkeley Square), Gabriel Pimentel (Fred Claus), Colin Douglas (The Trollenberg Terror), Danny Mann (Up), George Cisar (Attack of the Giant Leeches), Madison Carabello (Medium), Maura Monti (The Batwoman), Tony Carroll (Masters of the Universe), Rasmus Bjerg (Journey to Saturn), Bill Hart (Escape from New York), Beatrix Potter (The Tale of Peter Rabbit), John Canning (50 Great Ghost Stories)…

#OTD (27 July) in geeky history in 2007: The Guild debuts

Born #OTD (27 July) in geeky history: Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Dracula), Lupita Tovar (Dracula), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game of Thrones), Taylor Schilling (The Prodigy), Maya Rudolph (The Happytime Murders), Donnie Yen (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Seamus Dever (Threshold), Cliff Curtis (Sunshine), Julian McMahon (Fantastic Four), Rebecca Staab (The Fantastic Four), Indiana Evans (H2O: Just Add Water), Maria Grazia Cucinotta (The Rite), Rade Serbedzija (Strange Angel), Keenan Wynn (The Last Unicorn), Kenny Wormald (Fear the Walking Dead), Sasha Mitchell (Not Quite Human), Blair Redford (The Gifted), Lou Taylor Pucci (Evil Dead), Bryan Fuller (Star Trek: Discovery), Roxanne Hart (Highlander), Jerry Van Dyke (My Mother the Car), Maury Chaykin (Stargate SG-1), John Putch (Beetleborgs), Kellie Waymire (Star Trek: Enterprise), Paul Levesque (Blade: Trinity), Gwynne Gilford (Masters of the Universe), Roger Guenveur Smith (Tales from the Hood), Don Galloway (Satan’s Mistress), Ewen Leslie (Sleeping Beauty), Charlotte Arnold (Zixx Level One), Bill Engvall (Mr. Invincible), Liam Redmond (Night of the Demon), Simon Jones (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Augustine Frizzell (Pete’s Dragon), Susan Gordon (Attack of the Puppet People), Danielle De Metz (Return of the Fly), Adolfo Celi (Holocaust 2000), Jeff Fowler (Sonic the Hedgehog), Michael Bolten (Wind Walkers), Donald Crisp (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Ashlyn Sanchez (The Happening), Frank Shannon (Flash Gordon), Nic Nemeth (The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!), John Pleshette (The Truman Show), Takashi Shimuzu (The Grudge), Lanny Flaherty (Signs), Neal Israel (Real Genius), Chelsea Hamill (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Brian Hooks (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Jim Jansen (A.I. Artificial Intelligence), Lenore Kasdorf (Starship Troopers), Ilya Salkind (Superman), Carol Leifer (Superman 50th Anniversary), Susan Silo (Biker Mice from Mars), Ross Alexander (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Henry O (2012), Barbara Eiler (The Bubble), Maureen McGovern (Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man), Mal Arnold (Blood Feast), William Willet (The Originals), Dean Hargrove (Hex), James Victor (The Amazing Spider-Man), Charles Vidor (Hans Christian Andersen), Hilaire Belloc (The Haunted House), Ruth Plumly Thompson (The Royal Book of Oz), Gary Gygax (Dungeons and Dragons), Sydney J. Van Scyoc (Darkchild)…

#OTD (26 July) in geeky history in 1968: Mission Mars opens

Born #OTD (26 July) in geeky history: Stanley Kubrick (2001: A Space Odyssey), Kate Beckinsale (Underworld), Jason Statham (The Meg), Sandra Bullock (Demolition Man), Kevin Spacey (Superman Returns), Helen Mirren (Winchester), Eve Myles (Torchwood), Elizabeth Gillies (Winx Club), Olivia Williams (Counterpart), Taylor Momsen (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Nana Visitor (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Jeremy Piven (Justice League Unlimited), Cress Williams (Black Lightning), Susan George (Computercide), Kathryn Hays (Star Trek: The Original Series), Mageina Tovah (The Magicians), James Best (The Killer Shrews), Jason Robards (Something Wicked This Way Comes), Linda Harrison (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Caitlin Gerard (Insidious: The Last Key), Blake Edwards (The Atomic Kid), Miriam McDonald (Wolves), Shane Obedzinski (Swamp Thing), Spencer Wilding (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Jonny Pasvolsky (Westworld), Ben Cotton (The Chronicles of Riddick), Megan Ketch (Under the Dome), Danny Woodburn (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Mick Jagger (Freejack), Marjorie Lord (The Lost Volcano), Neil McCarthy (Clash of the Titans), Celeste Yarnall (Star Trek: The Original Series), Suzanna Leigh (Son of Dracula), Peter Hyams (Timecop), Tom McGowan (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Jimmy Karz (Matilda), Hallie Meyers-Shyer (What Women Want), Mary Millar (Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp), Madeleine West (Predestination), Kiel Martin (Little Red Riding Hood and Her Three Friends), David Heyman (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Chino ‘Fats’ Williams (The Terminator), Biao Yuen (Sifu vs. Vampire), Louisa Mignone (The Osiris Child), Virginia Gilmore (Wonder Man), Boris Lee Krutonog (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country), Robert Colbert (The Time Tunnel), Leona Rodgers (The Blue Bird), Lilian Klein (Men in Black 3), Danny Bilson (The Rocketeer), Linda Marlowe (Jekyll), Pat Walshe (The Wizard of Oz), Clifton James (Space: 1999), Georgina Sherrington (The Worst Witch), Sam Zeller (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Aldous Huxley (Brave New World), Paul Gallico (The Foolish Immortals), James Lovelock (The Greening of Mars), Jan Berenstain (The Berenstain Bears), Colin Mackay (The Song of the Forest), Lawrence Watt-Evans (The Misenchanted Sword), Jodie Brownlee (Ruby Rosemount and the Magic Carpet)…

#OTD (25 July) in geeky history in 1953: Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century opens

Born #OTD (25 July) in geeky history: Shantel VanSante (The Flash), Matt LeBlanc (Lost in Space), Brad Renfro (Herschel Hopper: New York Rabbit), David Denman (Power Rangers), Miriam Shor (Bedazzled), Michael Welch (Twilight), D.B. Woodside (Lucifer), James Lafferty (Oculus), Illeana Douglas (Mega Shark vs. Kolossus), Estelle Getty (Mannequin), Jay R. Ferguson (Surface), Linsey Godfrey (Surface), Iman (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country), Walter Brennan (The Gnome-Mobile), Barbara Harris (Freaky Friday), Preston Bailey (Children of the Corn), Woody Strode (Tarzan), Mason Cook (Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World), Janet Margolin (Ghostbusters II), Andrew Caldwell (iZombie), Jack Gilford (Cocoon), Todd Armstrong (Jason and the Argonauts), Jerry Paris (The Munsters), William Marlowe (Doctor Who), Yvonne Sciò (Rose Red), Michael C. Williams (The Blair Witch Project), Lenny Platt (Gotham), Ken Swofford (Annie), Shawn Schepps (The Terminator), Bobbie Eakes (Werewolf), Annie Ross (Superman III), Anthony Tyler Quinn (Ghost Whisperer), Aaron Craven (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Ana Lily Amirpour (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night), Chloë Annett (Red Dwarf), Jason Marin (Back to the Future), August Schellenberg (Stargate Universe), Sumela Kay (X-Men), Paul Collins (Peter Pan), Helen Shaw (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Harold Peary (Yogi’s Space Race), Lynne Frederick (Phase IV), Nan Grey (The Invisible Man Returns), Lauren Faust (The Powerpuff Girls), Wendy Raquel Robinson (Raven’s Home), Darren Star (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventures), Victor Drai (The Bride), Reynaldo Rosales (Smallville), James Ottoway (Quatermass), Al Adamson (Horror of the Blood Monsters), Max Favreau (The Jungle Book), Katherine Kelly Lang (Evilspeak), Bryan Cogman (Game of Thrones), Lila Lee (The Ghost Breaker), Dave B. Mitchell (Star Trek: Bridge Crew), Brian Stableford (The Pipes of Pan)…

#OTD (24 July) in geeky history in 1998: Disturbing Behavior opens

Born #OTD (24 July) in geeky history: Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale), Rose Byrne (Insidious), Emily Bett Rickards (Arrow), Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman), Patty Jenkins (Wonder Woman), Mara Wilson (Matilda), Anna Paquin (True Blood), Summer Glau (Firefly), Chris Sarandon (Fright Night), Kristin Chenoweth (Wicked), Laura Fraser (The Encounter), Danny Dyer (Malice in Wonderland), Daveigh Chase (Lilo & Stitch), Michael Richards (Redux Riding Hood), Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow), Megan Park (Diary of the Dead), Lauren Miller Rogen (Sausage Party), Rose Byrne (Insidious), Rick Fox (Navy Seals vs. Zombies), Penelope Mitchell (Hellboy), Dan Hedaya (Alien: Resurrection), Julie Graham (Survivors), Laura Leighton (The Burrowers), Tala Ashe (Legends of Tomorrow), Paul Ben-Victor (Daredevil), Kadeem Hardison (Static Shock), Robert Hays (Superhero Movie), Jennifer Lopez (The Cell), Ruth Buzzi (The Lost Saucer), John Aniston (Journeyman), Jamie Denbo (Dark Minions), Sydney Bromley (The NeverEnding Story), Shawn Weatherly (Shadowzone), Mark Goddard (Lost in Space), Alice Terry (The Magician), John Partridge (Cats), Robert Emhardt (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Trevor Matthews (Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer), Bindi Irwin (Return to Nim’s Island), Jarred Blakiston (The New Legends of Monkey), Peter Yates (Krull), Michael Jones (Lazer Team), Chief Dan George (Americathon), Emily Arlook (The Good Place), Mabel Albertson (Bewitched), Cailee Spaeny (Pacific Rim: Uprising), John P. Navin Jr. (Explorers), Brenda Crichlow (Fantastic Four), Phyllis Douglas (Star Trek: The Original Series), David Leon (Boy Eats Girl), Eric Szmanda (Shangri-La: Near Extinction), X Brands (She Devil), Laraine Stephens (I Dream of Jeannie), Gregg Lowe (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Jim Kouf (Grimm), Norman Gay (The Shining), Giota Trakas (The Dark Knight), Lord Dunsany (The King of Elfland’s Daughter), John D. McDonald (The Girl, The Gold Watch and Everything), Barry N. Malzberg (Phase IV), Gordon Eklund (If the Stars Are Gods)…

#OTD (23 July) in geeky history in 2004: Catwoman opens

Born #OTD (23 July) in geeky history: Jackson Beck (Popeye), Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Kathryn Hahn (Tomorrowland), Woody Harrelson (The Hunger Games), Philip Seymour Hoffman (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Lili Simmons (Westworld), Charisma Carpenter (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Marlon Wayans (A Haunted House), Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries), Silvia Colloca (Van Helsing), Ronny Cox (Total Recall), Shawn Levy (Arrival), Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow), Eriq La Salle (Logan), Rya Kihlstehdt (Deep Impact), Stephanie March (Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter), Hank Worden (The Ice Pirates), Edie McClurg (Fish Hooks), Rob Stewart (Beauty and the Beast), Lydia Cornell (Bloodtide), Larry Manetti (Battlestar Galactica), Slash (Tales from the Crypt), Bert Convy (Bewitched), Karl Swenson (The Sword in the Stone), Pepe Serna (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension), Rachel G. Fox (Zombie Night), Gloria DeHaven (Bog), Belinda Montgomery (TRON), Pippa Bennett-Warner (World of Warcraft), Matt Mulhern (Fringe), Britne Oldford (American Horror Story), Reece Ritchie (Hercules), Kathryn Lee (Tales of Frankenstein), Michael Wilding (Frankenstein: The True Story), Helen Martin (Repo Man), Tom Parker (J-ok’el), Benjamin Flores Jr. (The Haunted Hathaways), Jo Brand (Peppa Pig), David Kaufman (Danny Phantom), Sydney Lassick (Carrie), Kelvin Harrison Jr. (Ender’s Game), Lucy Lee Flippin (Small Wonder), Abby Donnelly (Just Add Magic), Diane Robin (RoboCop), Marianne Gordon (Rosemary’s Baby), Arthur Treacher (Rosemary’s Baby), Chuck Courtney (Billy the Kid Versus Dracula), Sandra Gould (Bewitched), Coral Browne (Time Express), Kurt Kreuger (Wonder Woman), Robert Brown (Warlords of the Deep), Hazel D’Jan (Jupiter Ascending), Emil Jannings (Faust), Evelyn McGee (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug), Michael McConnohie (Resident Evil: Degeneration), Jon Landau (Avatar), Winifred Freedman (Evolution), Richard Gaines (Francis in the Haunted House), Cheryl Hall (Doctor Who), Tosin Cole (Doctor Who), Peter Liapis (Ghoulies), Phoebe Pearl (Matilda), Beth Ehlers (The Hunger), Ronnie Scribner (Salem’s Lot), Arthur Napiontek (True Blood), Allen Danziger (Eggshells), Gardner Dozois (Morning Child), Virgil Finlay (Weird Tales), C.M. Kornbluth (The Space Merchants)…

#OTD (22 July) in geeky history in 1959: Plan 9 from Outer Space opens

Born #OTD (22 July) in geeky history: Selena Gomez (Hotel Transylvania), Franka Potente (Between Worlds), Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man), A.J. Cook (Tru Calling), Rhys Ifans (The Amazing Spider-Man), Skyler Gisondo (The Amazing Spider-Man), Clive Standen (Doctor Who), David Spade (The Emperor’s New Groove), John Leguizamo (Spawn), Madison Pettis (The Lion Guard), Terence Stamp (Superman), Danny Glover (2012), Sharni Vinson (Bait), Albert Brooks (Finding Nemo), Paul Schrader (Cat People), Jaime Camil (Elena of Avalor), Colin Ferguson (Eureka), Irene Bedard (Pocahontas), Louise Fletcher (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Adam Godley (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Jaz Sinclair (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Patrick Labyorteaux (Spider-Man), Orson Bean (The Hobbit), Joanna Going (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Blake Harrison (Bob the Builder), Sarah Lind (The Humanity Bureau), Rob Estes (Nostradamus), James Arnold Taylor (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Rena Owen (Siren), Peter Jason (They Live), Alisha Newton (Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters) Nick Brimble (Roger Corman’s Frankenstein Unbound), Anthony James (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Candace Kroslak (Planet of the Apes), Alex Trebek (The X-Files), Marcia Henderson (Peter Pan), Karen Cliche (Mutant X), Oliver Robins (Poltergeist), Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast), Diana Maria Riva (What Women Want), Lauren Bittner (Paranormal Activity 3), Shawn Michaels (Avengers of Justice: Farce Wars), Bryan Forbes (Enemy from Space), Daniel Frishman (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Fileena Bahris (Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith), Jenni Barber (Electric Company), Louis Eppolito (Predator 2), Adam Cooper (Jason and the Argonauts), Stephen Vincent Benet (The Devil and Daniel Webster)…

#OTD (21 July) in geeky history in 1988: Vampire Princess Miyu OVA (direct-to-video) debuts

Born #OTD (21 July) in geeky history: Robin Williams (Aladdin), Betty Gilpin (The Grudge), Diane Guerrero (Doom Patrol), Juno Temple (Maleficent), David Dastmalchian (Ant-Man), Josh Hartnett (Penny Dreadful), Jessica Barden (Penny Dreadful), Jaime Murray (Defiance), Charlotte Gainsbourg (Independence Day: Resurgence), Rory Culkin (Signs), Edward Herrmann (Annie), Vanessa Lengies (Are You Afraid of the Dark?), Sprague Grayden (Joan of Arcadia), Don Knotts (The Incredible Mr. Limpet), Alysia Reiner (School Spirits), Jon Lovitz (Hotel Transylvania), Adrienne King (Friday the 13th), Lance Guest (The Last Starfighter), Ike Eisenmann (Escape to Witch Mountain), Arija Bareikis (The Witch in the Window), Jamie Waylett (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Paul Burke (The Disembodied), Art Hindle (Dark Rising: Warrior of Worlds), Norman Jewison (Rollerball), Paloma Faith (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus), Mollie Sugden (The Princess and the Goblin), Arija Bareikis (The Witch in the Window), Ali Landry (Repli-Kate), C. Aubrey Smith (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), George Wallace (Batman Forever), Brian Kolodziej (Flight of the Living Dead), Christina Hart (The Fantastic Journey), Darren Le Gallo (The Matrix Reloaded), Vinessa Antoine (Haven), John Woodvine (An American Werewolf in London), Tara Yelland (Rabid), Aliette Opheim (Alone in Space), Jasmine Cephas Jones (Midnight, Texas) Ray Galetti (iZombie), Leigh Lawson (Dark Avenger), Michel Ray (The Space Children), Ross Kemp (Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time), Christopher Shea (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Treva Etienne (The Mummy), Susan Swift (Audrey Rose), Penny Fuller (The Six Million Dollar Man), Véronique Vendell (Barbarella), Sergio Calderón (Men in Black), Lisa Pepper (Slipstream), Allyn Joslyn (The Addams Family), Katy Louise Saunders (The Scorpion King: Book of Souls), Ben Tibber (A Christmas Carol), Michael Caton (The Animal), Tony Jordan (Life on Mars), Lillias White (Hercules), Ali Cobrin (The Hole), Mel Damski (Charmed), Jeff Fatt (The Wiggles), John Nelson (Blade Runner 2049), John Horsley (Stanley’s Dragon), Johnny Sekka (Babylon 5), Ken Maynard (Bigfoot), Paul Blaisdell (The She-Creature), John Gardner (Grendel), Christopher Barzak (One for Sorrow)…

#OTD (20 July) in geeky history in 1979: Dracula (starring Frank Langella) opens

Born #OTD (20 July) in geeky history: Diana Rigg (Game of Thrones), Judy Greer (Ant-Man), Julianne Hough (The Steam Engines of Oz), Natalie Wood (Brainstorm), Michael Park (Stranger Things), Aimee Mullins (Stranger Things), John Francis Daley (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Sandra Oh (American Dad!), Martin McCann (The Frankenstein Chronicles), Josh Holloway (Lost), Dean Winters (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Frank Whaley (Luke Cage), Donna Dixon (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Omar Epps (Dracula 2000), Mackenzie Mowat (American Conjuring), Vitamin C (Dracula 2000), Camille Keaton (Plan 9), Julian Rhind-Tutt (Lara Croft: Tomb Raider), Charlie Korsmo (Hook), Paige Hurd (The Cat in the Hat), Joey Bragg (The Thundermans), Simon Rex (Superhero Movie), Jordan Rodrigues (Light as a Feather), Tantoo Cardinal (ARQ), Mary LaRoche (The Twilight Zone), Lee Garlington (Field of Dreams), Muse Watson (Frankenfish), Lola Albright (The Monolith Monsters), Sally Ann Howes (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Reed Diamond (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Osric Chau (2012), Timothy Scott (Nightmares), MuseAle Watson (Frankenfish), Carlos Alazraqui (Rocko’s Modern Life), Adoni Maropis (Mortal Kombat: Conquest), Wendy Richard (Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time), Rodney Eastman (A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors), Naseeruddin Shah (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), Verna Felton (Sleeping Beauty), Percy Daggs III (iZombie), Randal Kleiser (Flight of the Navigator), Jeff Rawle (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), K.T. Stevens (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Paul Hubschmid (The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms), Adoni Morapis (Mortal Kombat: Conquest), Roberto Orci (Star Trek), Cormac McCarthy (The Road), Christopher Murney (Maximum Overdrive), Penny Vital (Monarch of the Moon), Bárbara Goenaga (Timecrimes), Isabel Cooley (Real Genius), Jonathon Morris (Vampire Journals), Robert Nichols (The Thing from Another World), Walter Scott (They Live), Jason Raize (Brother Bear), Florian Panzner (Dark), Catherine Rabett (Roger Corman’s Frankenstein Unbound), Joon Park (Speed Racer), Valeska Miller (Empires of the Deep), Adrian Biddle (V for Vendetta), Dennis Radesky (Men in Black), Dick Giordano (DC Comics)…

#OTD (19 July) in geeky history in 2003: Teen Titans debuts

Born #OTD (19 July) in geeky history: Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange), Anthony Edwards (Thunderbirds), Jared Padalecki (Supernatural), Vinessa Shaw (Hocus Pocus), Campbell Scott (The Exorcism of Emily Rose), Angela Trimbur (The Good Place), Erin Cummings (Infamous 2), Kaitlin Doubleday (Dudes & Dragons), Nathalie Boltt (District 9), Richard Jordan (Dune), Steven Anthony Lawrence (The Cat in the Hat), Saïd Taghmaoui (Wonder Woman), Tim McIntire (A Boy and His Dog), Ryan Dorsey (The Vampire Diaries), Pat Hingle (Batman), Cherami Leigh (Devilman: Crybaby), George Dzundza (Superman: The Animated Series), Bodhi Elfman (Touch), Courtenay Taylor (Regular Show), Mark Holton (Leprechaun), Ramin Djawadi (Game of Thrones), Josh Fadem (Freaks of Nature), Peter Dobson (Hotel of the Damned), Clea Lewis (Ice Age: The Meltdown), Patricia Medina (Snow White and the Three Stooges), Trai Byers (Destination Planet Negro), William Houston (Dracula Untold), Jim Norton (Spider-Man), Angela Griffin (Postman Pat), Beverly Archer (ALF), Reuben Langon (I Am Number Four), Peter Barton (The Powers of Matthew Star), Matthew Libatique (Cowboys & Aliens), Andrea Libman (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Terri Treas (Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell), Lisa Lampanelli (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Doppelganger), David Griffin (Trog), Chiara Zanni (X-Men 2), Isabel Jewell (Lost Horizon), Adam Nee (Masters of the Universe), David Sakurai (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald), Ginifer King (Flashforward), Martin Stephens (Village of the Damned), Robbi Morgan (Friday the 13th), Elizabeth Kaitan (Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood), Tom McLoughlin (She-Wolf of London), Dal McKennon (Lady and the Tramp), Arron Shiver (The Men Who Stare at Goats), Hideo Nakata (Ringu), Will Verchere-Gopaulsingh (Imaginary Mary), Zachary David Cope (Stir of Echoes), Katie Amess (Captain America: Civil War), Simon Cadell (Watership Down), Kira Spencer Cook (Matilda), Dan Hicks (Darkman), Priscilla Allen (Total Recall), Patricia Ja Lee (Biohazard 5), Beth Rogan (Mysterious Island), Kay Linaker (The Blob), Jennifer Bradley (Jurassic World: Forbidden Kingdom), Jeannie Tirado (Dragon Ball Super), Stephen Coonts (Saucer), Richard Pini (Elfquest), K.A. Applegate (Animorphs), Garth Nix (A Confusion of Princes)…

#OTD (18 July) in geeky history in 1987: A Chinese Ghost Story opens in Hong Kong

Born #OTD (18 July) in geeky history: Paul Verhoeven (Starship Troopers), Kelly Reilly (A for Andromeda), Priyanka Chopra (Marvel Avengers Academy), Kristen Bell (Frozen), Vin Diesel (Guardians of the Galaxy), Elsa Pataky (Beyond Re-Animator), James Brolin (Westworld), James Norton (Flatliners), Michiel Huisman (Game of Thrones), James Faulkner (Game of Thrones), Taylor Russell (Lost in Space), Elizabeth McGovern (Clash of the Titans), Chace Crawford (The Haunting of Molly Hartley), Margo Martindale (DuckTales), Tony Azito (The Addams Family), Darlene Conley (The Return of Mombi), Burt Kwuok (The Monkey King), Luciane Buchanan (The New Legends of Monkey), Luis Moncada (Bright), Mariel Sheets (The Peanuts Movie), Ambyr Childers (Guardians of Oz), Jed Whedon (Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog), Anne-Marie Johnson (Robot Jox), Michael Dante DiMartino (Avatar: The Last Airbender), Wendy Williams (Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade), Jared Hess (Son of Zorn), Marvin Miller (Forbidden Planet), Trezzo Mahoro (Van Helsing), Lupe Velez (Mexican Spitfire Sees a Ghost), Valerie Cruz (The Dresden Files), Mizuki Yamamoto (Andô Lloyd: A.I. Knows Love?), Andre Royo (Bigfoot), Audrey Landers (Ghost Writer), Dolph Sweet (Heaven Can Wait), Gene Lockhart (Miracle on 34th Street), Rosalind Halstead (The Day of the Triffids), Richard Pasco (The Watcher in the Woods), Randal Edwards (Good Witch), Travis Milne (Bionic Woman), Dicken Ashworth (Krull), Vicki Davis (The Meg), Richard Branson (Superman Returns), Lori Alan (Inside Out), Travis McKenna (Batman Returns), Britt Leach (Weird Science), Michael Sharrett (Theodore Rex), Michael Medwin (Scrooge), Lee Arenberg (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Richard Dix (Transatlantic Tunnel), Sarah McLeod (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Chill Wills (Francis), Hume Cronyn (Cocoon), Hoon Lee (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Red Skelton (Rudolph’s Shiny New Year), Alex Désert (The Flash), Hays Welford (Independence Day: Resurgence), Grant Bowler (Defiance), Franziska Troegner (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Jason Weaver (The Lion King), Burt Kwuok (Spirit Warriors), Gary Goddard (Masters of the Universe), Walter Kreye (Dark), Hampton Fancher (Blade Runner), Syd Mead (Blade Runner)…

#OTD (17 July) in geeky history in 1996: Multiplicity opens

Born #OTD (17 July) in geeky history: Elena Anaya (Wonder Woman), Billie Lourd (American Horror Story), Miraj Grbic (American Horror Story), Dagmara Dominczyk (They), Jessica Amlee (They), Jason Clarke (Terminator Genisys), Donald Sutherland (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Mike Vogel (Under the Dome), James Cagney (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Sarah Jones (Alcatraz), Heather Langenkamp (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Alex Winter (Saul of the Mole Men), Cécile de France (Hereafter), Tom Cullen (Orphan Black), P.J. Soles (Halloween), Summer Bishil (The Magicians), David Hasselhoff (Knight Rider), Phyllis Davis (Knight Rider), Denise Miller (Knight Rider), Bitty Schram (Destiny), Alun Armstrong (Krull), Eric Winter (Witches of East End), Lucie Arnaz (Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child), Katharine Towne (Evolution), Perla Haney-Jardine (Spider-Man 3), Kar-Wai Wong (The Haunted Cop Shop), Diahann Carroll (The Star Wars Holiday Special), Catherine Schell (Space: 1999), F. Gary Gray (Men in Black: International), Robin Shou (Mortal Kombat), Mélanie Thierry (Babylon A.D.), Grace Fulton (SHAZAM!), John Ventimiglia (Jessica Jones), Phyllis Diller (Uncle Croc’s Block), Robert Romanus (The Resurrected), Lexi Giovagnoli (All Hallow’s Eve), J. Michael Straczynski (Babylon 5), Alexia Dox (Love, Death & Robots), Beth Littleford (My Dead Ex), Tim Rose (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), June Vincent (The Creeper), Michael Seresin (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), Eddie Shin (Westworld), Jodie Fisher (Star Trek: Starfleet Academy), Alexandra Wilson (Small Soldiers), Brando Eaton (American Horror Story), Paul Pape (The Man in the High Castle), Barbara Rosenblat (Little Shop of Horrors), Christopher Corey Smith (Attack on Titan), Alexander Nevsky (Hercules: The Beginning), Santiago Segura (Hellboy), Kazuki Kitamura (Godzilla: Final Wars), Margot Rose (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Konnie Huq (Black Mirror), Paula Shaw (Freddy vs. Jason), Lucille Benson (Halloween II), Matthew Holmes (True Blood), Tiffany Taylor (True Blood), Acquanetta (Captive Wild Woman), McKee Anderson (Night of the Living Dead), Stanley Ridges (The Phantom Speaks), Meghan Camarena (The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy), Brett Morris (X-Men), Robert R. McCammon (Swan Song), Michael R. Hicks (In Her Name), Cory Doctorow (Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom)…

#OTD (16 July) in geeky history in 2010: Inception opens

Born #OTD (16 July) in geeky history: Rosa Salazar (American Horror Story), Will Ferrell (Elf), Phoebe Cates (Gremlins), Annalynne McCord (The Haunting of Molly Hartley), Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys), Barnard Hughes (The Lost Boys), Bob Joles (Puss in Boots), Jayma Mays (The Adventures of Puss in Boots), Barbara Stanwyck (The House that Would Not Die), Ginger Rogers (Monkey Business), Scott Derrickson (Doctor Strange), Kate Berlant (Ghosted), Michelle Morgan (Diary of the Dead), Daryl Mitchell (Galaxy Quest), Ann Turkel (Humanoids from the Deep), Jonathan Adams (Green Lantern: The Animated Series), Jerry Doyle (Babylon 5), Faye Grant (V), Rubén Blades (Fear the Walking Dead), Robinne Lee (Superstition), Ruby Barnhill (The BFG), Taryn Southern (Woke Up Dead), Paul Hipp (Carnivàle), Laura Margolis (Higher Power), Corin Redgrave (Ultraviolet), Calum Gittins (Mortal Engines), Tony Kushner (Angels in America), Andrew James Allen (Clawed: The Legend of Sasquatch), Woo-Bin Kim (Doraemon), Peter van Eyck (The Death Ray of Dr. Mabuse), Phillip Pine (Star Trek: The Original Series), Sonny Tufts (Cat-Women of the Moon), Camille Saviola (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Amy Benedict (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Jonathan Morgan Heit (Bedtime Stories), Tenika Davis (Space Janitors), Jenna Lewis (The Scorned), Jane Hylton (The Manster), Stewart Copeland (Dead Like Me), Sherri Stoner (Animaniacs), Nils Hognestad (Legends of Tomorrow), Dave Goelz (Fraggle Rock), Mary Philbin (The Phantom of the Opera), Stanley Clements (Spook Chasers), Keith-Lee Castle (Seed of Chucky), Thayr Harris (Deadpool 2), Richard LeParmentier (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Eddie Hassell (2012), Nicky Jones (Chowder), Nanci Burrows (Super Athlete), Quincy Perkins (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Jeremy Spenser (Fahrenheit 451), Frank Capra III (Firestarter), Dan Warner (Transformers: The Last Knight), Randall Bentley (Heroes), Robert Sheckley (Immortality Inc.), Sheri S. Tepper (The Gate to Women’s Country)…

#OTD (15 July) in geeky history in 1993: Future Cops opens

Born #OTD (15 July): Travis Fimmel (Warcraft: The Beginning), Diane Kruger (The Host), Greg Sestero (Retro Puppet Master), Brigitte Nielsen (Red Sonja), Forest Whitaker (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Miles Richardson (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Scott Foley (True Blood), Jan-Michael Vincent (Airwolf), Celia Imrie (The Borrowers), Lana Parrilla (Once Upon a Time), Sarah Desjardins (Van Helsing), Brian Austin Green (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Laura Benanti (Supergirl), Terry O’Quinn (Lost), Taylor Kinney (The Vampire Diaries), Patrick Wayne (Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger), Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Aquaman), Aimee Carrero (Elena of Avalor), Jim Rash (The Descendants), Lolita Davidovich (Chronomaster), Jesse Ventura (Predator), Gabriel Iglesias (The Book of Life), Shari Headley (Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween), Eddie Griffin (Undercover Brother), Jeffry Kramer (Santa Claus: The Movie), Willie Aames (Zapped!), Jill Halfpenny (Humans), Alex Karras (Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang), Galyn Görg (RoboCop 2), Albert Popwell (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Stan Kirsch (Highlander), Andra Martin (The Thing That Couldn’t Die), Mishael Morgan (Total Recall), Adam Savage (Flubber), Medalion Rahimi (The Outpost), Nan Martin (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Joe Turkel (The Shining), Amanda Foreman (Star Trek), Larry Cohen (It’s Alive), Missy Martinez (Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse), Judson Scott (V), Philip Carey (The Time Travelers), Gianni Garko (Devilfish), Murvyn Vye (Voodoo Island), Ken Lynch (Poor Devil), Rockne Tarkington (The Ice Pirates), Robert H. Harris (The Invisible Boy), Ken Kercheval (The Demon Murder Case), Rachel Pickup (Wonder Woman), Matthew Robbins (Crimson Peak), Ecstasia Sanders (Hot Tub Time Machine), Hana Hatae (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Reginald C. Hayes (Being John Malkovich), Francesca Faridany (Black Panther), Bill Gunn (Tarzan), Steven Gilborn (Evolution), Aline Elasmar (Extant), Jason Bonham (Man of Steel), Lori Cardille (Day of the Dead), Richard Franklin (Link), Tony La Torre (Terror Out of the Sky), Kathryn Adams (The Invisible Woman), Maclain Nelson (Dudes & Dragons), Gaia Scodellero (You, Me and the Apocalypse), Joseph Crehan (Black Magic), Duke Fishman (Batman), Clement C. Moore (The Night Before Christmas), Hammond Innes (The Black Tide), Jennifer Armintrout (American Vampire)…

#OTD (14 July) in geeky history in 2000: X-Men opens

Born #OTD (14 July) in geeky history): Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen), Matthew Fox (Lost), Harry Dean Stanton (Alien), Scott Porter (Speed Racer), Ingmar Bergman (The Seventh Seal), Jane Lynch (Wreck-it Ralph), Sid Haig (Jason of Star Command), Sara Canning (War for the Planet of the Apes), Maxine Peake (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Nina Siemaszko (The Haunting of Molly Hartley), Vladimir Kulich (Angel), Stan Shaw (The Monster Squad), David Mitchell (Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience), Vincent Pastore (Shark Tale), Laurie Mitchell (Queen of Outer Space), Missy Gold (Project U.F.O.), Teri Reeves (Once Upon a Time), Kyle Gass (Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny), Joel Silver (V for Vendetta), Simon Merrells (The Wolfman), Polly Bergen (The Haunting of Sarah Hardy), Terry-Thomas (The Abominable Dr. Phibes), Chad Faust (The 4400), Lynn Loring (Journey to the Far Side of the Sun), Dale Robertson (Son of Sinbad), Robert Stephens (The Vampyr: A Soap Opera), George Tobias (Bewitched), Nancy Olson (The Absent Minded Professor), Sean Flynn (Return of the Killer Shrews), Jerry Houser (Goof Troop), Scott Rudin (The Truman Show), Val Avery (The Amityville Horror), David Starzyk (Grimm), Eric Laneuville (Grimm), Chase Wiliamson (Cabaret of the Dead), Conor McGregor (Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare), Alison Bartlett (Sesame Street), Rosey Grier (The Thing with Two Heads), Donald Meek (Mark of the Vampire), Gail Mancuso (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), John Paxton (Spider-Man), Zita Johan (The Mummy), Stephanie Moore (Cube0: Cube Zero), William Hanna (The Flintstones), Pui Fan Lee (Teletubbies), Jane Espenson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Peter Duryea (Star Trek: The Original Series), Ken Murray (The Power), Hugh Gillin (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), Wally Taylor (Escape from New York), Mike McFarland (Fullmetal Alchemist), Allan Poppleton (Avatar), Leigh French (Halloween II), Brian Worth (Quatermass and the Pit), Brian Selznick (Hugo), Mike Esposito (Wonder Woman)…

#OTD (13 July) in geeky history in 1977: The Island of Dr. Moreau opens

Born #OTD (13 July) in geeky history: Harrison Ford (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Gil Birmingham (Twilight), Colton Haynes (Arrow), Sharon Horgan (BoJack Horseman), Steven R. McQueen (The Vampire Diaries), Ashley Scott (Birds of Prey), Kari Wahlgren (Avengers Assemble), Kenny Johnson (Blade), Robert Forster (Heroes), Ken Jeong (Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween), Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants), Manuel Padilla Jr. (Tarzan), Michael Mando (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Leo Howard (Conan the Barbarian), Stanley Weber (Outlander), Didi Conn (Shining Time Station), Cheech Marin (Cars), Robert Gant (Supergirl), Fran Kranz (The Dark Tower), Robyn Hilton (Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze), Michael Jace (Planet of the Apes), Carmen Villalobos (El Fantasma de mi Novia), Sidney Blackmer (Rosemary’s Baby), Brooke Sorenson (Mighty Med), Hayley Erin (Telepathic), Philip Barantini (Clash of the Dead), Rosemary Dunsmore (Orphan Black), Roger Jackson (The Powerpuff Girls), Ridge Canipe (Supernatural), Lance E. Nichols (Navy Seals vs. Zombies), Jacques Perrin (Brotherhood of the Wolf), Ryan McDonell (Smallville), Jack Purvis (Time Bandits), James Anderson (The Thing That Couldn’t Die), Matt Weinberg (X-Men), Malisa Longo (Star Odyssey), Chris Sheffield (The Maze Runner), Allison Jones (Deep Impact), David X. Cohen (Futurama), Paul Mercier (Resident Evil: Degeneration), Skylar Roberge (Firefly), Carmen Thomas Blade), Larry Taylor (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Al Santos (Jeepers Creepers 2), Eric Freeman (Superboy), Murilo Benicio (The Clone), Joseph Gian (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Robert Vito (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Ivan Triesault (The Amazing Transparent Man), René Laloux (Fantastic Planet), Frank Consentino (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Chris Solari (Crocodile), Sandy Fox (Wreck-It Ralph), Neil Denis (Stargate SG-1), Marcia Brown (Shadow)…

#OTD (12 July) in geeky history in 2013: Pacific Rim opens

Born #OTD (12 July) in geeky history: Tod Browning (Dracula), Anna Friel (Land of the Lost), Topher Grace (Spider-Man 3), Kristi Clainos (Spider-Man 3), Michelle Rodriguez (Avatar), Steve Howey (Stan Helsing), Natalie Martinez (Death Race), Phoebe Tonkin (H2O: Just Add Water), Cheryl Ladd (Millenium), Kristen Connolly (The Happening), Alison Wright (Snowpiercer), Sian Barbara Allen (The Incredible Hulk), Cheyenne Jackson (American Horror Story), Byung-Hun Lee (Mickey and the Roadster Racers), Tamsin Grieg (Shaun of the Dead), Christine Marie Cabanos (Dragon Pilot: Hisone and Masotan), Walter Perez (The Avengers), Richard Simmons (Fish Hooks), Melissa O’Neil (iZombie), Mikaela Hoover (Guardians of the Galaxy), Erik Per Sullivan (Finding Nemo), Porscha Coleman (Dr. Dolittle 3), Charlie Murphy (Night at the Museum), Begonya Plaza (Timestalkers), Maddie McCormick (Timecrafters: The Treasure of Pirate’s Cove),  Bill Cosby (Ghost Dad), Denise Nicholas (Ghost Dad), Aure Atika (Fear(s) of the Dark), Ana Torrent (The Spirit of the Beehive), Jamey Sheridan (Arrow), Mel Harris (Stargate SG-1), Tao Liu (The Monkey King 3), Phil Lord (The LEGO Movie), Jay Thomas (The Santa Clause 2), Jake Wood (Red Dwarf), Milton Berle (Journey Back to Oz), Pat Woodell (The Twilight People), Paul Hopkins (Z-O-M-B-I-E-S), Brian Grazer (Splash), Vivienne Jolie-Pitt (Maleficent), Gordon Pinsent (Babar and the Adventures of Badou), Sandy Ward (Cujo), Tonya Williams (Spaced Invaders), Walter Murch (Tomorrowland), Lisa Pelikan (Jennifer), Beah Richards (Beauty and the Beast), Mylène Jampanoï (Hereafter), Kathryn Long (Goosebumps), Keith Andes (Birdman), Bernice Stegers (Atlantis), Jason Simmons (Sharknado), Vera Ralston (The Lady and the Monster), Edwin Neal (DC Universe Online), Ben Burtt (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Joe DeRita (The Three Stooges in Orbit), Tak Fujimoto (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Buddy Foster (The Six Million Dollar Man), Christine Marie Cubanos (Blue Exorcist), Kathy Staff (Mary Reilly), Audie England (Mortal Kombat: Conquest), Florence Hoath (Doctor Who), Susan Blu (The Transformers: The Movie), Jeffrey Reddick (Final Destination), Tom Price (Torchwood), James E. Gunn (The Listeners), Amanda Hocking (Hollowland)…

#OTD (11 July) in geeky history in 2004: The 4400 debuts

Born #OTD (11 July) in geeky history: Rachael Taylor (Jessica Jones), Stephen Lang (Avatar), Sela Ward (The Day After Tomorrow), Serinda Swan (Inhumans), Yul Brynner (Westworld), Justin Chambers (Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox), Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville), Bruce McGill (Timecop), Debbe Dunning (Leprechaun 4: In Space), Connor Paolo (Stake Land), Jared Sandler (Pixels), Lisa Rinna (Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Melanie Papalia (Travelers), Mindy Sterling (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery), Tab Hunter (Damn Yankees), Greg Grunberg (Heroes), Laura Cayouette (Shark Island), David Kelly (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Mark Lester (Spaceflight IC-1: An Adventure in Space), Leisha Hailey (American Dad!), Cristina Valenzuela (The Mummy), Tom Holland (Child’s Play), Gene Evans (The Giant Behemoth), Katie Wilson (God Complex), Caroline Quentin (Humf), Greg Mottola (Paul), Lil’ Kim (Superhero Movie), Brett Somers (Battlestar Galactica), A.J. LoCascio (Star Wars Forces of Destiny), Thomas Mitchell (Tales of Tomorrow), Bridgette Andersen (Faerie Tale Theatre), Nitya Vidyasagar (Sesame Street), Tobias Moretti (Therapy for a Vampire), Liane Curtis (Critters 2), Casper Crump (Legends of Tomorrow), Craig Charles (Red Dwarf), Conrad Vernon (Shrek), Beverly Todd (The Ghost of Flight 401), Michael Cram (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Jonjo O’Neill (Constantine), Kellie Shirley (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Pauline McLynn (Drop Dead Weird), Patrick Wymark (The Skull), Susan Seaforth Hayes (Mr. Terrific), Irene Hervey (Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid), David Henrie (Wizards of Waverly Place), Tim DeZarn (Spider-Man), Jay Johnson (Justice League: Throne of Atlantis), David Graham (Supercar), Aki Maeda (Battle Royale), Jason Liebrecht (Wolf Children), Brandy Gold (V: The Final Battle), Jon Harris (The Woman in Black), Sylvianne Chebance (True Blood), Edward Wiley (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Joseph Walsh (Poltergeist), Tamu Blackwell (Doctor Dolittle), E.B. White (Charlotte’s Web), Cordwainer Smith (The Game of Rat and Dragon), Marie Lu (Legend)…

#OTD (10 July) in geeky history in 1981: Escape from New York opens

Born #OTD (10 July) in geeky history: Fred Gwynne (The Munsters), Isabela Moner (Transformers: The Last Knight), Sofia Vergara (Koati), Chiwetel Ejiofor (Doctor Strange), Golshifteh Farahani (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Wyatt Russell (Soldier), Adrian Grenier (Miles from Tomorrowland), Gale Harold (Defiance), Peter Serafinowicz (Guardians of the Galaxy), Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Thomas Ian Nicholas (Gormiti), Phyllis Smith (Inside Out), Robert Pine (Black Scorpion), Gina Bellman (Emerald City), John Simm (Doctor Who), Sue Lyon (The Astral Factor), Cary Fukunaga (It), Alexandra Hedison (Prey), Jeff Donnell (The Amazing Spider-Man), Nick Adams (Frankenstein Conquers the World), Ron Glass (Firefly), Adam Croasdell (Preacher), Haley Pullos (Ghost Whisperer), Heather Hemmens (Rise of the Zombies), Stefán Karl Stefánsson (Night at the Museum), Yoo Gong (Goblin), Gwendoline Yeo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Emma Fielding (The Great Ghost Rescue), Neile Adams (The Bionic Woman), Lucy Gaskell (Being Human), Annie Mumolo (Curious George), Thomas Gomez (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Michael Woods (NightMan), Charlie McDowell (The Discovery), Lawrence Pressman (Dark Angel), Janet Julian (Ghost Warrior), Tura Santana (Astro-Zombies), Jeffrey Walker (Ocean Girl), Sean Cronin (Legend of Dark Rider), Mills Watson (Cujo), Jonas Bloquet (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets), Connie Ray (The Time Machine), Bruce Boa (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), Jamie Glover (Star Wars: Battlefront II), Mindi Miller (Dark Vengeance), Earl Hamner Jr. (The Twilight Zone), Susan Cummings (The Twilight Zone), Jerry Nelson (Fraggle Rock), Alyssa Shafer (Happy Feet), William Smithers (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jeff Bergman (The Looney Tunes Show), Nick Jameson (Frozen), Robert Barrat (Flight to Mars), Hector David Jr. (Power Rangers Samurai), Janet Key (1984), Joe Shuster (Superman), John Wyndham (The Day of the Triffids), Julian May (The Many-Colored Land), Greg Kihn (Horror Show), Jennifer A. Nielsen (The False Prince)…

#OTD (9 July) in geeky history in 1982: Tron opens

Born #OTD (9 July) in geeky history: Tom Hanks (Big), Kelly McGillis (Supergator), Toby Kebbell (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), Pamela Adlon (Thundercats), Douglas Booth (Jupiter Ascending), Georgie Henley (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe), David O’Hara (Cowboys & Aliens), Fred Savage (Generator Rex), Jimmy Smits (Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith), Brian Dennehy (Cocoon), Scott Grimes (Critters), Hanna Hall (Halloween), Chris Cooper (Where the Wild Things Are), Linda Park (Star Trek: Enterprise), Raymond Cruz (Alien: Resurrection), Enrique Murciano (Bright), Kevin Nash (Monster Brawl), Courtney Love (A Midsummer’s Nightmare), Elliot Cowan (The Golden Compass), Robert Capron (Frankenweenie), Wil Traval (Jessica Jones), Mitchel Musso (Monster House), Angélica Celaya (Constantine), Richard Wilson (Merlin), Tim Kring (Heroes), Richard Roundtree (Heroes), Lisa Banes (Dragonfly), Edy Williams (Bad Girls from Mars), James Hampton (Hangar 18), Susan Cabot (The Wasp Woman), K. Todd Freeman (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Marco Dapper (The Summoning), Jack White (Elvira’s Movie Macabre), Jordan Belfort (Firestorm), Soledad Miranda (Count Dracula), Ray Baker (Total Recall), Vince Edwards (Cellar Dweller), Dylan Taylor (Haven), Michael Williams (The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns), Darcy LaPier (Street Fighter), Philip Martin Brown (The Worst Witch), Ed Ames (The Starlost), Kyle Davis (Skinwalker Ranch), Geraldine Moreno (Chosen Kin), Kandee Johnson (Trolls), Jamie Thomas King (Grimm’s Snow White), Bret Loehr (Medium), Rebecca Sugar (Steven Universe), John Tesh (Shocker), Megan Parlen (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Walter Sande (The Navy vs. The Night Monsters), Suzanne Rogers (Knight Rider), Barry Howard (Doctor Who), Joan Tompkins (Thriller), Nikola Djuricko (World War Z), Norbert Weisser (Gemini Division), Mia Dillon (BrainDead), Emily Hirst (Blade: The Series), Isabel Sarli (Bewitched), Carlos Leal (The Last Ship), Claire Margaret Corlett (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Natasha Pyne (Madhouse), Martin Garner (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Alex Rebar (The Incredible Melting Man), Sarah Thyre (All Hail King Julien), Kay Faylen (Science Fiction Theatre), Dean R. Koontz (Watchers), Ann Radcliffe (The Mysteries of Udolpho), Matthew Lewis (The Monk), Basil Wolverton (Spacehawk), Mervyn Peake (Gormenghast), Thomas Ligotti (The Nightmare Factory)…

#OTD (8 July) in geeky history in 2005: Fantastic Four opens

Born #OTD (8 July) in geeky history: Sophia Bush (Incredibles 2), Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes), Kevin Bacon (Hollow Man), Alexis Dziena (Invasion), Rocky Carroll (Invasion), Kathleen Robinson (Tin Man), Billy Crudup (Watchmen), Jaden Smith (After Earth), Michael Weatherly (Dark Angel), Robert Knepper (iZombie), Kim Darby (Star Trek: The Original Series), Anjelica Huston (The Addams Family), Jeffrey Tambor (Hellboy), Jake McDorman (Aquamarine), Maya Hawke (Stranger Things), Amanda Peterson (Explorers), Marty Feldman (Young Frankenstein), Lee Tergesen (Defiance), Joe Russo (Captain America: Infinity War), Alica Vela-Bailey (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Schuyler Fisk (Fear the Walking Dead), Mary Ellen Trainor (The Goonies), Michael B. Silver (Supernatural), Wally Pfister (Inception), Amy O’Neill (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), Liz Katz (Star Wars VII: Return of the Empire), Jamie Blackley (Vampyr), Craig Stevens (The Deadly Mantis), Glenn Hetrick (Star Trek: Discovery), Marcus Chong (The Matrix), Lance Gross (Sleepy Hollow), Tami Erin (The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking), Wendy Benson-Landes (Wishmaster), Steve Lawrence (Alice in Wonderland), Tarah Paige (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Matthew Marsh (Humans), David Elliott (Amityville: The Evil Escapes), Lena Endre (The Visitors), Eugene Pallette (The Ghost Goes West), Valarie Pettiford (The X-Files), Corey Parker (Encino Woman), Bill Thompson (Peter Pan), Faye Emerson (Between Two Worlds), Pauline Quirke (The Canterville Ghost), Rielle Downs (Henry Danger), Iyari Limon (Dead Space), Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time), Nikita Ager (Star Trek: Enterprise), Bernadette Birkett (Alien Avengers II), Katherine Moffat (The Beast Within), Lori Hallier (Star Trek: Voyager), Suzanne Krull (Race to Witch Mountain), Rachael Lillis (Pokémon), Xander Mobus (Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga), Evan Schiff (Fantastic Four), Luke Hawx (Logan), Derek Chadwick (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows), Matt Nolan (Grimm), Alain Chanoine (Suicide Squad), Mike Nawrocki (VeggieTales), Glenn Langan (The Amazing Colossal Man), Zhanna Friske (Night Watch), Joshua Alba (The Dead Undead), Pamela Brown (Dracula), Jean de La Fontaine (Fables), Doug Molitor (Memoirs of a Time Traveler), Susan Price (Ghost Drum)…

#OTD (7 July) in geeky history in 1944: The Mummy’s Ghost opens

Born #OTD (7 July) in geeky history: Jon Pertwee (Doctor Who), Robin Weigert (Jessica Jones), Billy Campbell (The Rocketeer), Shelley Duvall (The Shining), Hamish Linklater (Fantastic Four), Jorja Fox (House of Frankenstein), Julianna Guill (Friday the 13th), Kirsten Vangsness (Vampire Mob), Cree Summer (Atlantis: The Lost Empire), Amy Carlson (Green Lantern), Dylan Sprayberry (Teen Wolf), Mo Collins (Invader ZIM), Christian Camargo (Europa Report), Jack Whitehall (Thunderbirds Are Go), Troy Garity (A Cat’s Tale), Joe Spano (Batman Beyond), Jim Gaffigan (Shadow Girl), Ross Malinger (Eve of Destruction), Jamie Johnston (Zixx Level One), Akiva Goldsman (Fringe), Nina Hoss (Minotaur Rex), Ringo Starr (Son of Dracula), Paula Devicq (The Amazing Wizard of Paws), Allen Payne (Vampire in Brooklyn), Vittorio De Sica (Blood for Dracula), Sophie Simmons (Urban Myths), Emanuela Postacchini (The Last Ship), Chloe Csengery (Paranormal Activity 3), Jessica Chobot (Metroid: The Sky Calls), Heather Kafka (Devilman Lady), Steven Crowder (The Covenant), Michele Santopietro (Biohazardous), Robia Scott (Spawn), Gatlin Kate James (Heroes Reborn), Douglas Lambert (Moonraker), Paula E. Sheppard (Liquid Sky), Sebastian Jessen (A Fish Tale), Vaughn Armstrong (Star Trek: Enterprise), Roz Ryan (Hercules), Mia McKenna-Bruce (The Fourth Kind), David Hodo (The Gay Daleks), Yvonne Mitchell (1990), Cindy Eilbacher (Planet of the Apes), Stanley Brock (Night of the Comet), Danny Jacobs (Batman: Arkham Asylum), Tanya Newbould (Skyline), Sandy Johnson (Halloween), Robert East (Spooky), Doc Severinsen (The Bionic Woman), Catherine Carlen (Chopper Chicks in Zombietown), Rolf Saxson (They Live Among Us), Eva Magyar (X-Men: First Class), Zachary Vazquez (For the Love of Zeus), Liza Walker (The Jungle Book), John Turner (The Giant Behemoth), Richard Garland (Attack of the Crab Monsters), Gaku Space (X-Men: Destiny), Devon Alan (Firestarter 2: Rekindled), Carmen Duncan (Farscape), Michelle Kwan (Mulan 2), Bobby Brown (RoboCop), Lisa Seagram (Batman), Anthony B. Richmond (Candyman), Andrea Baker (Ultimate Spider-Man), Ellen Mirojnick (Starship Troopers), Robert A. Heinlein (Starship Troopers), Jeff Vandermeer (Annihilation), David Eddings (Belgrath the Sorcerer), Jane Gaskell (King’s Daughter), T.J. Bass (Half Past Human)…

#OTD (6 July) in geeky history in 2005: How It Should Have Ended debuts

Born #OTD (6 July) in geeky history: Eva Green (Penny Dreadful), Sylvester Stallone (Death Race 2000), Kevin Hart (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Geoffrey Rush (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Audrey Fleurot (The Canterville Ghost), Jennifer Saunders (Shrek 2), Gregory Smith (Small Soldiers), Janet Leigh (The Fog), Ned Beatty (Superman), Geraldine James (Alice in Wonderland), Brian Van Holt (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Brian Posehn (Steven Universe), Burt Ward (Batman), Tracey Birdsall (Evolution War), Jennifer Savidge (Evolution), Casey Sander (Agent Carter), Matt O’Leary (Time Lapse), Tia Mowry-Hardrict (The Hot Chick), Tamera Mowry-Housley (Twitches), Luana Patten (Song of the South), Fred Dryer (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), William Lee Scott (The Butterfly Effect), Rosemary Forsyth (Ghosts of Mars), Christine Firkins (The X-Files),  William Schallert (Star Trek: The Original Series), Allyce Beasley (Stuart Little), Ralph Morgan (The Monster and the Ape), Josh Elliott (Iron Man 3), Ahna Capri (Man from Atlantis), Martin Gero: Stargate Atlantis)), Cody Dorkin (Toy Story), Sebastian Cabot (The Jungle Book), Glenn Scarpelli (Jennifer Slept Here), Greg Robbins (The Terminator), Bill Shirley (Sleeping Beauty), Brittany Underwood (The Dark Tapes), Pat Paulsen (Bloodsuckers from Outer Space), Bradford Young (Arrival), Alessandro Juliani (War for the Planet of the Apes), Della Reese (Touched by an Angel), Adam Busch (Altered Carbon), Cathy O’Donnell (My World Dies Screaming), Linda Bella (Dracula: Reborn), Mark Mitchinson (Power Rangers R.P.M.), Shelley Hack (Troll), Gloria Gifford (Halloween II), Brady Bluhm (Star Trek: Voyager), Symba (Star Trek: Voyager), Nancy Reagan (Donovan’s Brain), Nathalie Baye (The Ant Bully), Kimberly Foster (Quantum Leap), Peter Hedges (The Odd Life of Timothy Green), Grant Goodeve (Star Fox: Assault), Benjamin Papac (Into the Badlands), Robert Naylor (Immortals), Jeremy Suarez (Brother Bear), Merv Griffin (Hercules), Sharon Green (Mind Guest)…

#OTD (5 July) in geeky history in 1962: Panic in Year Zero! opens

#OTD (5 July) in geeky history: Michael Stuhlbarg (The Shape of Water), Kathryn Erbe (Stir of Echoes), Pruitt Taylor Vince (Constantine), Danay Garcia (Fear the Walking Dead), Ryan Hansen (Superhero Movie), Louis Herthum (Westworld), Lena Georgas (Westworld), Warren Oates (The Twilight Zone), Claudia Wells (Back to the Future), Don Stark (Star Trek: First Contact), Peggy Miley (Star Trek: Insurrection), Cody Klop (Star Trek), Shirley Knight (The Uninvited), RZA (Repo Men), Milburn Stone (Invaders from Mars), Paul “Pauly D” Delvecchio (Spring Break Zombie Massacre), John Wood (WarGames), Anthony Welsh (The Girl with All the Gifts), Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica), William Hootkins (Star Wars), Jillian Armenante (The Dark Knight Rises), Huey Lewis (Back to the Future), Brad Loree (Timecop), Mike Cahill (Another Earth), Ben Powers (The Greatest American Hero), Dorien Wilson (Ghost Dog), Beverly Tyler (Voodoo Island), Blu Mankuma (2012), Gus Kamp (Ghost Ghirls), Nia Roberts (Doctor Who), Jean Cocteau (Beauty and the Beast), Dale Godboldo (Thor), Carissa Capobianco (Teen Spirit), Lisa Montell (World Without End), James Morosini (American Horror Story), Jamie Elman (Wreck-It Ralph), Nicola Stephenson (The Worst Witch), Susannah Doyle (Humans), Felix Ryan (Power Rangers Samurai), Edmund Kingsley (Hugo), Philip Madoc (Macbeth), Tommy Cook (Tarzan and the Leopard Woman), Edward Woods (Tarzan the Fearless), Gianna Patton (Stargate SG-1), Menik Goonerante (The Wizards of Aus), F. Javier Gutiérrez (Rings), Peter Tolan (Bedazzled), Charlita (Billy the Kid Versus Dracula), Gwyneth Powell (House of Anubis), Brooke Hayward (The Day of the Dolphin), Chris Rager (Dragon Ball Z), Mariah Shirley (The Adventures of Sinbad), Victoria Paege (Terror 66), Reed Howes (Adventures of Superman), Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes), P.T. Barnum (the Fiji Mermaid)…

#OTD (4 July) in geeky history in: 1978 – The Unrequited Love! The North Pole Aurora episode of Space Pirate Captain Harlock debuts in Japan; 2016 – Inhuman Condition TV series debut at IMDb

Born #OTD (4 July) in geeky history: Gloria Stuart (The Invisible Man), Stephen Boyd (Fantastic Voyage), Tracy Letts (Early Edition), Becki Newton (American Dad!), Gina Lollobrigida (The Adventures of Pinocchio), Eva Marie Saint (Superman Returns), Carrie Keagan (Dance of the Dead), Mo McRae (Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood), David Kross (Krabat and the Legend of the Satanic Mill), Jenica Bergere (Safety Not Guaranteed), Ed O’Ross (Universal Soldier), Neil Morrissey (Crucible of the Vampire), Claire Price (Hereafter), Eric Fleming (Queen of Outer Space), Stephen Rannazzisi (Avengers of Justice: Farce Wars), John R. Leonetti (The Conjuring), Andrea Gabriel (Lost), Brie Gabrielle (Forget Me Not), Neil Simon (Babes in Toyland), Zoe Naylor (Robotropolis), Ronni Ancona (Pet Squad), Ed Bernard (Beyond Westworld), Jenny Seagrove (The Guardian), Rae Gray (Fear the Walking Dead), Colby Boothman (Jurassic World), Signy Coleman (The X-Files), Marnie McPhail (Star Trek: First Contact), Susan Kellerman (Beetlejuice), Jason Liles (Rampage), Post Malone (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Veronica Alicino (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Cathryn de Prume (True Blood), Brent Bailey (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Gackt (Shiki), David Joyner (Barney & Friends), Mark Wingert (Avengers Assemble), Karolyn Grimes (It’s a Wonderful Life), Jin Akaishi (The Legends of Monkey King), Pitof (Catwoman), Hunter Page-Leonard (Cleverman), Bruce French (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Earl Billings (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Robert Iscove (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Rosie Malek-Yonan (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Joyce Agu (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country), Lee Reherman (Star Trek: Into Darkness) Geraldo Rivera (Contact), Alessio Boni (Dracula), Rohan Nichol (Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith), Marti Martulis (Teen Wolf), Anne Lambton (The Witches), Otis Young (The Clones), Ted Elliott (Shrek), Cliff Lyons (The Purple Monster Strikes), Pete Walker (House of the Long Shadows), Estelle Skornik (From Hell), Vince Barnett (Captive Wild Woman), Carol Bagdasarian (The Aurora Encounter), Guy Endore (The Werewolf of Paris)…

#OTD (3 July) in geeky history in 1985: Back to the Future opens

Born #OTD (3 July) in geeky history: Tom Cruise (Minority Report), Olivia Munn (X-Men: Apocalypse), Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring), Connie Nielsen (Wonder Woman), Tommy Flanagan (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), Sarah Widenheft (Dragon Ball Super), Shawnee Smith (The Blob), Ludivine Sagnier (Peter Pan), Thomas Gibson (Son of Batman), Kurtwood Smith (RoboCop), Ryan McPartlin (Chuck), Dan Clark (The Mighty Boosh), Ian Anthony Dale (Salvation), Rick Ducommun (Spaceballs), Yeardley Smith (The Simpsons), Audra McDonald (Beauty and the Beast), Max Mauff (Sense8), Charlie Higson (Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased), Andrea Barber (The Twilight Zone), Betty Buckley (Carrie), Shoshannah Stern (Supernatural), Petyon Reed (Ant-Man), Ken Russell (The Lair of the White Worm), Mykel Shannon Jenkins (Charmed), Alexandra Silber (1408), Keri Houlihan (My Little Pony ‘n Friends), Rae Allen (Stargate), Corey Sevier (Immortals), George Sanders (The Jungle Book), Jim Foronda (Fullmetal Alchemist), Mickey Rooney Jr. (Beyond the Bermuda Triangle), Matt Schulze (Blade), Shawn Parsons (Torchwood), Jay Tarses (Teen Wolf), Montel Williams (Touched by an Angel), Nathalia Ramos (House of Anubis), Kieuh Chinh (Hollow), Eileen O’Neill (Batman), Chien-Lien Wu (The Returning), Bruce Altman (The Skeptic), Peter Dukes (Echoes in the Wind), Hunter Tylo (SharkMan), Tim O’Connor (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Michelle Soavi (Cemetery Man), Gary Waldhorn (Space:1999), Lindsey Landers (The Huggabug Club), Susan Penhaligon (Count Dracula), Michael Cole (It), Kinji Fukasaku (Battle Royale), David Shore (The Outer Limits), Gedeon Burkhard (The Witch and the Ottoman), Michael Barrington (Doctor Who), Elizabeth Hendrickson (Medium), Peyton Reed (Ant-Man), Don Haggerty (The Resurrection of Zachary Wheeler), Jesse Corti (Beauty and the Beast), Tom Stoppard (Brazil), Rae Ellen (Stargate), Cork Hubbert (Legend), Laura Branigan (Automan), Corey Reynolds (Resident Alien), Gabriel Tigerman (Supernatural), Louise Allbritton (Son of Dracula), Andreas Wisniewski (Urban Ghost Story), David Shire (Short Circuit), Doris Lloyd (The Time Machine), Tara Mercurio (Dr. Dolittle 2), Justin Dreyfuss (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Beverly Kushida (The Manitou), Jamie Renell (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Franz Kafka (Metamorphosis), E. Hoffmann Price (Satans on Saturn), Marc Okrand (The Klingon Dictionary), Heather Swain (Hungry)…

#OTD (2 July) in geeky history in 1986: Big Trouble in Little China opens

Born #OTD (2 July) in geeky history: Margot Robbie (Suicide Squad), Lindsay Lohan (Herbie Fully Loaded), Ashley Tisdale (Skylanders Academy), Wendy Schaal (Innerspace), Yancy Butler (Witchblade), Vanessa Chester (The Lost World: Jurassic Park), Larry David (TripTank), Scott Aukerman (TripTank), Ken Curtis (The Killer Shrews), Caitlin Carmichael (A Mermaid’s Tale), Owain Yeoman (Extant), Saul Rubinek (Warehouse 13), Andrew Divoff (Lost), Polly Holliday (Gremlins), Eddie Rouse (Pandorum), Ron Silver (Timecop), Brock Peters (Soylent Green), Julia Montgomery (The Kindred), Nancy Stephens (Halloween), Jerry Hall (Batman), Claire Wilcox (Lost in Space), John Emmet Tracy (iZombie), Michael Patrick McGill (Dark Skies), Amy Weber (Transmorphers), Kim Wall (The Mist), Robert Ito (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Doug Benson (The LEGO Batman Movie), Stephen Stucker (Mork & Mindy), Kenneth McMillan (Dune), Andrea Stefancikova (13 Witches), Barbara Dunkelman (Lazer Team), Quin Walters (The New Adventures of Pinkgirl and the Scone), Abraham Attah (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Elisabeth Brooks (The Howling), Lauri Peters (Circle of Fear), Peter Kay (The Curse of the Were-Rabbit), Randy McDowell (Dance of the Dead), Jimmy McNichol (V.R. Troopers), Chris Noel (My Mother the Car), Erin Burnett (Edge of Tomorrow), Bret Hart (Aladdin: The Magical Family Musical), Kelly Jean Peters (Jack Frost), Richard Petty (Cars), Allison McCurdy (Bruce Almighty), Christie Sanders (My Super Ex-Girlfriend), Terry Rossio (Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl), Catherine McLeod (The Outer Limits), James Canning (The Fog), Jose Canseco (Piranha Sharks), Tim Sullivan (Hood of Horror), Jenny Spain (Deadgirl), M.A. Foster (The Warriors of Dawn), Craig Shaw Gardner (A Malady of Magicks), Darren Shan (Lord Loss), Andy McDermott (The Hunt for Atlantis)…

#OTD (1 July) in geeky history in 1958: How to Make a Monster opens

Born #OTD (1 July) in geeky history: Dan Akyroyd (Ghostbusters), Léa Seydoux (Beauty and the Beast), Pamela Anderson (Barb Wire), Liv Tyler (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Storm Reid (A Wrinkle in Time), Chloe Bailey (A Wrinkle in Time), Hilarie Burton (Extant), Alan Ruck (Star Trek: Generations), Julianne Nicholson (The Others), Hannah Murray (Game of Thrones), Ricky Champ (Game of Thrones), Vladimir “Furdo” Furdik (Game of Thrones), Andre Braugher (The Mist), Olivia de Havilland (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Geneviève Bujold (The Adventures of Pinocchio), Terrence Mann (The Dresden Files), Elizabeth Thai (The Dresden Files), Melissa Peterman (My Babysitter the Super Hero), Karen Black (Trilogy of Terror), Jordi Mollà (Riddick), Ritchie Coster (The Dark Knight), Leslie Caron (The Glass Slipper), Fortune Feimster (The Happytime Murders), Sydney Pollack (The Twilight Zone), Charles Laughton (Island of Lost Souls), Debbie Harry (Videodrome), Lynsey Bartilson (Mrs. Santa Claus), Jean Marsh (Willow), Jamie Farr (Scrooged), Henry Simmons (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Lorna Patterson (Ultraman: The Adventure Begins), Lisa Blount (Prince of Darkness), David Gulpilil (Dark Age), Dale Midkiff (Pet Sematary), David Prowse (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Brian George (Batman: The Killing Joke), Jared Keeso (Elysium), Trevor Eve (Shadow Chasers), Raini Rodriguez (The Lion Guard), Farley Granger (Something Creeping in the Dark), Ron Masak (Laserblast), Dominic Keating (Star Trek: Enterprise), Evan Ellingson (Time Changer), Tim Abell (Navy SEALS v Demons), Hillary Tuck (The Visitation), Florence Stanley (Atlantis: The Lost Empire), Madge Evans (Transatlantic Tunnel), Moustapha Akkad (Halloween: Resurrection), Constance Ford (The Twilight Zone), Harald Zwart (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones), Kym Jackson (The Half Dead), Tom Hodges (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Harold Sakata (Dimension 5), Kellie Bright (Xenoblade Chronicles), Sonny Caldinez (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Robby the Robot (Forbidden Planet), Steven W. Bailey (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Don Beddoe (Nanny and the Professor), Kolton Stewart (Annedroids), Laura Jacobs (Legends of Tomorrow), Murray Matheson (Battlestar Galactica), Kathy Wagner (Poltergeist II: The Other Side), Denice Duff (Frogtown II), Chris Brancato (First Wave), Richard Tatro (Star Trek: The Original Series)…

#OTD (30 June) in geeky history in 1972: Conquest of the Planet of the Apes opens

Born OTD (30 June) in geeky history: Angela Sarafyan (Westworld), Molly Parker (Lost in Space), Vincent D’Onofrio (Daredevil), Lizzy Caplan (Cloverfield), Tom Burke (Dracula), Marton Csokas (Xena: Warrior Princess), Rupert Graves (V for Vendetta), Lena Horne (The Wiz), Ted Ross (The Wiz), David Alan Grier (The Wiz Live!), Rick Gonzalez (Arrow), Cody Runnels (Arrow), Holliston Coleman (Medium), Deirdre Lovejoy (Medium), Kate Luyben (True Blood), Ashley Walters (Speed Racer), Colton Dunn (Steven Universe), Cheryl (Four Kids and It), Sean Marquette (13 Going on 30), Brian Bloom (The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes), Lola Noh (Congo), Keli Price (The Hyperions), Carl Ritchie (Adventures of Superman), Susan Hayward (I Married a Witch), Peter Outerbridge (The Expanse), Christopher Jacot (Eureka), Desi Lydic (Stan Helsing), Terry Funk (Timestalkers), Glenda Farrell (Tales of Tomorrow), John Harmon (Star Trek: The Original Series), Charlene Polite (Star Trek: The Original Series), Nicolas Surovy (Star Trek: Voyager), Ilram Choi (Star Trek), Meghan Fahlenbock (Warehouse 13), Michael Whalen (Missile to the Moon), Nancy Dussault (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Nestor Paiva (Creature from the Black Lagoon), Aron Tager (X-Men), Ilene Chaiken (The Handmaid’sTale), Leonard Whiting (Frankenstein: The True Story), Julie Engelbrecht (The Last Witch Hunter), Vincent Klyn (Cyborg), Hugh Sheridan (Isn’t It Romantic), Megan Taylor Harvey (Peter Rabbit), Paris Barclay (Lost), Bashir Salahuddin (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Joe Duttine (Life on Mars), Neil D’Mone (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), David Garrison (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Alexis Martin Woodall (American Horror Story), Frank Payne (Jack and the Beanstalk), John Heffernan (Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell), Katherine Ryan (Counterfeit Cat), Matisyahu (The Possession), Lyle Brocato (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Tony Rock (BattleBots), Mark Waters (Ghosts of Girlfriends past), Josh Ruben (Pokémon), Clifford Davis (Signs), Predrag Bjelac (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Leonardo Sbaraglia (Luna, el misterio de Calenda), Clifford David (Signs), Lisa London (Xtro 3: Watch the Skies), Mike Tyson (The Devil May Care), Megan Fahlenbock (Warehouse 13), Pat McCormick (Scrooged), George Chandler (Batman), Matisyahu (The Possession), Ilene Chaiken (The Handmaid’s Tale), Chris Conrad (Young Hercules), Sean Jones (Fahrenheit 451), D.W. Brown (The Haunting in Connecticut), Aaron Perilo (In Time), Harvey Vernon (Teen Wolf), Kelly McCormick (Deadpool 2), Diahn Williams (Get Smart), Dean Harens (Wonder Woman), Murray Cook (The Wiggles), Michael Hugghins (Avengers: Infinity War), Dave Duncan (The Reluctant Swordsman), Fred Thorpe (The Boy in Black)…

#OTD (29 June) in geeky history in 1984: Conan the Destroyer opens

Born #OTD (29 June) in geeky history: Ray Harryhausen (Jason and the Argonauts), Bernard Herrmann (Jason and the Argonauts), Melora Hardin (17 Again), Sam Ball (13 Going on 30), Addison Timlin (Odd Thomas), Ilan Mitchell-Smith (Weird Science), Kathleen Wilhoite (Witchboard), Sarah Power (Good Witch), Gary Busey (Silver Bullet), Maurice Kaufmann (Gorgo), Maria Conchita Alonso (The Running Man), Sharon Lawrence (Drop Dead Diva), Jo Anderson (Roswell), Joan Davis (Hold That Ghost), Matthew Mercer (Batman: Arkham Origins), Lily Rabe (American Horror Story), Zuleikha Robinson (Lost), Ed Gilbert (The Transformers), Debbie Lytton (The Incredible Hulk), Brian D’arcy James (Shrek The Musical), Nicole Scherzinger (Men in Black 3), Will Kemp (Van Helsing), Peter Jessop (Mass Effect), Amanda Donohoe (The Lair of the White Worm), Roger Allers (The Lion King), Katherine Jenkins (Doctor Who), Michael Hagerty (Dark Skies), Luke Kirby (Halloween: Resurrection), Aleks Paunovic (War for the Planet of the Apes), Sharon Conley (The Hunger Games), Judith Hoag (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Soren Fulton (Thunderbirds), Soon-Tek Oh (Mulan), Wendy Kilbourne (Knight Rider), Tony Vogel (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Jean Kent (Cinderella), Bret McKenzie (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Slim Pickens (The Howling), Richard Lewis (Vamps), Christina Chang (No Ordinary Family), Christopher Egan (Dominion), Frieda Inescort (The Return of the Vampire), Colin Jost (Kappa Mikey), Alexander Wraith Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), John Fujioka (Mortal Kombat), Lorenzo James Henrie (Fear the Walking Dead), Robert Evans (The Phantom), Faith Logan (Gotham), Gary Rydstrom (Jurassic Park), Stephanie Lemelin (Young Justice), Ian Bannen (The Watcher in the Woods), Keith Walker (The Goonies),  Christy Taylor (Mars: Base One), Thomas W. Gabrielsson, (Real Humans), Nelson Eddy (Phantom of the Opera), Michael Carter (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Marie Matiko (Mystery Men), Corey Allen (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Sam Lavagnino (The Peanuts Movie), Fred Grandy (Death Race 2000), Seamus McGarvey (Godzilla), Ruth Warrick (The Returning), Bradley Stryker (iZombie), Katherine Jenkins (Doctor Who), Omar Doom (Grindhouse), Adam Sevani (Lucifer), Ian Bennen (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Stephanie Lemelin (Young Justice), Soon-Tek Oh (Mulan), Evan Roderick (Arrow), Pat Crawford Brown (The Rocketeer), Joan Davis (Hold That Ghost), Seamus McGarvey (Godzilla), Riley Stearns (Tower Prep), Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (The Little Prince), Brian Herbert (Navigators of Dune)…

#OTD (28 June) in geeky history in 1996: The Nutty Professor (Eddie Murphy) opens

Born #OTD (28 June) in geeky history: Mel Brooks (Young Frankenstein), John Cusack (Hot Tub Time Machine), Felicia Day (Mystery Science Theater 3000), Kathy Bates (American Horror Story), Mary Stuart Masterson (The Stepford Wives), Alessandro Nivola (Jurassic Park III), Pat Morita (Mulan), Ayelet Zurer (Man of Steel), Aileen Quinn (Annie), Alice Krige (Star Trek: First Contact), Jessica Hecht (The Dark Eye), Camille Guaty (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past), Bruce Davison (X-Men), Gil Bellows (Extraterrestrial), Gilda Radner (Haunted Honeymoon), Mike White (The Emoji Movie), Elon Musk (Iron Man 2), Kirsty Mitchell (Triassic Attack), Benito Martinez (Supernatural), Jon Watts (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Steve Burton (Out of This World), Tichina Arnold (Little Shop of Horrors), Steve Downes (Halo: Combat Evolved), Richard Bright (Ghoul School), Kellie Pickler (Veggie Tales: Beauty and the Beet), Sara Stewart (Batman Begins), Danielle Brisebois (The Premonition), John Byner (The Black Cauldron), Pamela Rodgers (Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine), Elizabeth Barondes (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Lalla Ward (Doctor Who), Elaine Tan (Doctor Who), Maxine Stuart (The Twilight Zone), Christopher Doohan (Star Trek Continues), Richard Rodgers (Cinderella), Shadia Simmons (Strange Days at Blake Holsey High), Don Dubbins (From the Earth to the Moon), Mark Fischbach (The Evil Within), RaéVen Kelly (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Janine Duvitski (Dracula), Brenda Wehle (NOS4A2), Reekah Brandes (April Apocalypse), Anny Duperey (Demon Is On the Island), Kåre Hedebrant (Let the Right One In), Tess Broussard (V.R. Troopers), Tony Young (Quantum Leap), Sonny Strait (Dragon Ball Z), Adam Woodyatt (Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time), Elizabeth Barondes (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Raffaella De Laurentiis (Dune), Robert Asprin (Another Fine Myth), Mark Helprin (Winter’s Tale), Janelle Taylor (Moondust and Madness)…

#OTD (27 June) in geeky history in 1949: Captain Video and His Video Rangers debuts

Born #OTD (27 June) in geeky history: Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Emma Lahana (Power Rangers DinoThunder), Courtney Ford (Legends of Tomorrow), Ed Westwick (Children of Men), Tobey Maguire (Spider-Man), J.J. Abrams (Lost), Wagner Moura (Elysium), Matthew Lewis (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Chandler Riggs (The Walking Dead), Alanna Masterson (The Walking Dead), Drake Bell (Superhero Movie), Christian Kane (The Librarians), India de Beaufort (Infinite Crisis), Kimiko Glenn (DuckTales), Isabelle Adjani (Nosferatu the Vampire), Damian Maffei (I’m Dreaming of a White Doomsday), Jay Karnes (12 Monkeys), Anthony Howell (Dracula), Julia Duffy (Wizards and Warriors), Taimak (Book of Swords), Kathryn Beaumont (Alice in Wonderland), Tony Chiu-Wai Leung (Monster Hunt 2), Janusz Kaminski (Minority Report), Yancey Arias (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Sandra Smith (Star Trek: The Original Series), Michael Reilly Burke (Star Trek: Enterprise), Ken Marshall (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), John McIntire (The Rescuers), James Daughton (Planet of the Apes), Erin Agostino (The Howling: Reborn), Meera Syal (Doctor Strange), Liz Stauber (The Village), Shirley Anne Field (The Damned), Elena Lyons (Alligator X), Sujata Day (The Guild), Billy Curtis (That’s the Spirit), Paul Rae (Hydra), Paul Koslo (The Omega Man), Sam Hoare (The Golden Compass), Michael Ball (The Rocky Horror Tribute Show), Sohee (Train to Busan), Robert Keeshan (Captain Kangaroo), Gary Crosby (Project U.F.O.), Robert Newman (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Ann Hearn (Mirror, Mirror), Michael Winkelman (Science Fiction Theatre), Fred Stuthman (The Sentinel), Moroni Olsen (Mummy’s Boys), Peter Bayliss (Merlin), Forrester Harvey (The Invisible Man), Joe Praml (Demonwarp), Hamilton von Warp (The Nutty Professor), Greta Schröder (Nosferatu), Anita Zagaria (Zone Troopers), Mary Adams (Blood of Dracula), John Michael Bolger (War of the Worlds), Dan Jurgens (Superman), James P. Hogan (Inherit the Stars)…

#OTD (26 June) in geeky history in 1997: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone first published in the UK (first Harry Potter book)

Born #OTD (26 June) in geeky history: Tolga Safer (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Aubrey Plaza (Safety Not Guaranteed), Nick Offerman (The LEGO Movie), Ana Ularu (Emerald City), Ariana Grande (Winx Club: Enchantrix), Jennette McCurdy (The Penguins of Madagascar), Chris O’Donnell (Batman & Robin), Robert Davi (Stargate: Atlantis), Jason Schwartzman (Neo Yokio), Julia Benson (SGU Stargate Universe), Sean Hayes (Monsters University), Ian Tracey (Continuum), Peter Lorre (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Mark McKinney (Space Riders: Division Earth), Harley Quinn Smith (Tusk), Matt Letscher (Her), Leo Rossi (Mutant Species), Chris Isaak (Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me), Gedde Watanabe (Kim Possible), Pamela Bellwood (Hangar 18), Michael Paul Chan (The Goonies), Tory Mussett (Peter Pan), Audrey Wasilewski (My Life as a Teenage Robot), Steven Brand (The Scorpion King), Rebecca Budig (Star Hunter), Richard Bull (The Andromeda Strain), Clive Francis (A Clockwork Orange), Parry Shen (Attack of the Sabretooth), John Beasley (Early Edition), Josef Sommer (Early Edition), Terri Nunn (Time Express), Travis Fine (Child’s Play 3), David Brisbin (Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me), Katie Cockrell (Star Trek: Into Darkness), Eric Nelsen (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Brittney Karbowski (Fairy Tale), Julie Maddalena (Children of the Corn), Aaron Jackson (Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror), Mitchell Lewis (The Wizard of Oz), Wolfgang Reitherman (The Jungle Book), Dave Grusin (The Ghost & Mrs. Muir), Alex Harrouch (Assassin’s Creed: Origins), Richard X. Slattery (Herbie Rides Again), Dave Baez (The Crow: Wicked Prayer), Leah Catherine Thompson (Apocalypse Rising), Dick Smith (The Exorcist), Lela Ivey (Big), Ken Steadman (Beach Babes from Beyond), Nancy Walters (Monster on the Campus), Lev Grossman (The Magicians), Colin Wilson (The Mind Parasites)…

#OTD (25 June) in geeky history in 1959: The Giant Gila Monster and The Killer Shrews open

Born #OTD (25 June) in geeky history: June Lockhart (Lost in Space), Anthony Bourdain (Archer), Linda Cardellini (Scooby-Doo), McKenna Grace (Captain Marvel), Busy Philipps (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Angela Kinsey (Zombie Basement), Jason Lewis (Charmed), Jeff Cohen (The Goonies), Ricky Gervais (Escape from Planet Earth), Chloe Webb (Practical Magic), Shannon Lucio (True Blood), Blaine Saunders (True Blood), Sidney Lumet (The Wiz), John Benjamin Hickey (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Rain (Speed Racer), Michael McShane (Spawn), Annaleigh Ashford (The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again), Timur Bekmambetov (Night Watch), Jimmie Walker (The Guyver), Igal Naor (Sinbad), Mary Beth Peil (The Stepford Wives), Erica Gimpel (Roswell), Lina Romay (Female Vampire), George Murdock (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier), Michael Lembeck (Tooth Fairy), Scott Terra (Daredevil), Frank De Julio (Jessica Jones), Mariah O’Brien (Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers), Devin DeVasquez (Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV), Josh Braaten (American Horror Story), Eve Gordon (American Horror Story), Sunetra Sarker (Doctor Who), Kene Holiday (The Philadelphia Experiment), Paris Themmen (Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory), Corrina Roshea (Ant-Man and the Wasp), Christa Théret (The Village of Shadows), Imma Cuesta (Snow White), Tom Milanovich (Groundhog Day), Ernest R. Dickerson (Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight), Reed Hadley (Adventures of Captain Marvel), Kelly Collins Lintz (The Mist), Kylie Delre (FreakyLinks), Anne Revere (The Devil Commands), John Pickard (The Twilight Zone), Roy Marsden (Space: 1999), Indigo (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Nisha Ganatra (Future Man), Basil Radford (Dead of Night), Moray Watson (The Quatermass Experiment), Megan Burns (28 Days Later), Larry Kramer (Lost Horizon), Lucy Benjamin (Jupiter Moon), Salli Sachse (Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine), Ebbe Roy Smith (Resurrection), Lee Wilkof (Max Headroom), Aaron McPherson (Don’t Kill It), Ken Mayer (Space Patrol), Rob Reinis (Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog), Bob West (Barney &Friends), Virginia Patton (It’s a Wonderful Life), George Orwell (1984)…

#OTD (24 June) in geeky history in 2013: Under the Dome debuts

Born #OTD (24 June) in geeky history: Sherry Stringfield (Under the Dome), Max Ehrich (Under the Dome), Candice Patton (The Flash), Peter Weller (RoboCop), Nancy Allen (RoboCop), Minka Kelly (Titans), Mindy Kaling (Inside Out), Erin Moriarty (Jessica Jones), Iain Glen (Game of Thrones), Amber Rose Revah (Emerald City), Carla Gallo (Carnivàle), Lotte Verbeek (Counterpart), Rafi Gavron (Inkheart), Tiny Lister (The Fifth Element), Phil Harris (The Jungle Book), Nicole Muñoz (The Last Mimzy), Dan Gilroy (Kong: Skull Island), Robert Downey Sr. (From Other Worlds), Joe Penny (Death Moon), Liane Balaban (Supernatural), Betsy Randle (Charmed), Paul L. Smith (Popeye), Michele Lee (The Love Bug), Jensen Daggett (Project: ALF), Stassi Schroeder (Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens), Sheetal Sheth (Futurestates), Carol Byron (Dimension 5), Mick Fleetwood (The Running Man), Michael Reid MacKay (Batman & Robin), Vittorio Storaro (Dune), Oaklee Pendergast (The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death), Kaitlin Cullum (Galaxy Quest), Al Molinaro (Get Smart), Georg Stanford Brown (Colossus: The Forbin Project), Chris Barnes (The Time Crystal), Sarai Givaty (The Legend of Hercules), Richard Lumsden (Summer in Transylvania), Jack Carter (Alligator), Michael Gothard (Lifeforce), Annette Andre (Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)), Christopher Showerman (Supergirl), Coy Stewart (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Amir Talai (Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness), Julian Holloway (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Scott Marlowe (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Dave Vescio (Lucifer), Charles Venn (The Dark Knight), Mark D. Espinoza (American Horror Story), Toni Gerry (Science Fiction Theatre), Tana Mongeau (Escape the Night), Sam Scarber (Robot Wars), Simon Rouse (Doctor Who), Todd Strass-Schulson (Zombies and Cheerleaders), Juanita Quigley (The Lady and the Monster), Charles Sturridge (Fairy Tale: A True Story), Geraldine Wall (One Step Beyond), Tom Reed (Transylvania), Tony Wager (The Evil Touch), Yvette Duguay (Francis Covers the Big Town), Don Sparks (Fairy Tales), Joe Klocek (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Peter Walker (The Twilight Zone), Cynthia Thompson (Cave Girl), Jan Munroe (She-Wolf of London), Lucien Dodge (Sailor Moon Crystal), Curt Mega (Monsters in the Woods), Lillian Garrett (Werewolf), Robert Goodman (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), Fred Hoyle (October the First Is Too Late), Mercedes Lackey (Storm Warning), Kathryn Laskey (Lost Tales of Ga’Hoole), Ambrose Bierce (The Difficulty of Crossing a Field)…

#OTD (23 June) in geeky history: 1976-Logan’s Run opens, 1989-Batman opens, 1993-Coneheads opens, 2011-Pottermore announced…

Born #OTD (23 June) in geeky history: Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Mark DeCarlo (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Joel Edgerton (Bright), Selma Blair (Hellboy), Melissa Rauch (Batman and Harley Quinn), Frances McDormand (Darkman), Emmanuelle Vaugier (Lost Girl), Aaron Ruell (Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!), Bryan Brown (Peter Rabbit), Connor Jessup (Falling Skies), Martin Klebba (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Fred Ewanuick (The Core), Billy Wirth (The Lost Boys), Matias Varela (Assassin’s Creed), Terri Ivens (Piranhaconda), Miles Fisher (Superhero Movie), Morgan Kelly (The Shape of Water), Louisa Connolly-Burnham (Wolfblood), Tara Morice (Salem’s Lot), Bob Fosse (Damn Yankees), Zen Gesner (The Adventures of Sinbad), Joe Taslim (Star Trek: Beyond), Russell Mulcahy (Highlander), David Dobkin (R.I.P.D.), Alice Hunter (H2O: Just Add Water), Steve Sandvoss (Buried Alive), Jim Metzler (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Isabella Leong (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor), Leigh Snowden (The Creature Walks Among Us), Marielle Jaffe (Higher Power), Larry Blyden (On a Clear Day You Can See Forever), Caitlin Blackwood (Doctor Who), Ted Schackelford (Space Precinct), Duane Whitaker (Hobgoblins), Lauren Shuler Donner (Logan), Kathryn Loder (Night of the Witches), Kate Melton (Scooby-Doo: The Mystery Begins), Ben Hyland (The Strain), Dennis Price (The Horror of Frankenstein), Peter Kent (Re-Animator), Kevin Yagher (Child’s Play), Mary Livingstone (The Mouse that Jack Built), Donald McBride (The Invisible Woman), Laura Post (Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon), Lucinda Weist (NightMan), John Amplas (Martin), Luci Romberg (Zombieland), Miriam Karlin (A Clockwork Orange), James Marcus (A Clockwork Orange), Larry Tucker (Mr. Merlin), Wesley Barker (Beetleborgs), Mana Ashida (Pacific Rim), Gerry Cowper (The Wicker Man), Sally Geeson (Cry of the Banshee), Jerry Ahern (The Survivalist), Hugh Howey (Wool), Nikolai Tolstoy (The Coming of the King), Richard Bach (Jonathan Livingston Seagull), Kenneth C. Flint (A Storm Upon Ulster)…

#OTD (22 June) in geeky history in 1925: The Lost World opens

Born #OTD (22 June) in geeky history: Lindsay Wagner (The Bionic Woman), Meryl Streep (Into the Woods), Kris Kristofferson (Blade), Bruce Campbell (The Evil Dead), Amy Brenneman (The Leftovers), Mary Lynn Rajskub (Safety Not Guaranteed), Portia Doubleday (Carrie), Graham Greene (Defiance), Douglas Smith (Quija), Tracy Pollan (Medium), Joe Dempsie (Game of Thrones), Michael Trucco (Next), Catherine Disher (Forever Knight), Donald Faison (Skyline), Alicia Goranson (Fringe), Cyndi Lauper (Vibes), Laila Rouass (Conan the Barbarian), Ralph Waite (Carnivàle), Stephen Chow (Sixty Million Dollar Man), Paterson Joseph (Timeless), Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager), Nicholas Lea (The X-Files), Uwe Boll (BloodRayne), Prunella Scales (The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends), Whitney Moore (Birdemic: Shock and Terror), Randy Couture (The Scorpion King: Rise of a Warrior), Min-ho Lee (The Legend of the Blue Sea), Paul Campbell (Battlestar Galactica), Stephanie Jacobsen (Battlestar Galactica: Razor), Jeff Hephner (Interstellar), Amrish Puri (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), Amanda Brooks (Hellhounds), Lindsay Ridgeway (Cats Can’t Dance), Salim Akil (Black Lightning), Sarah Edmonson (Transformers: Cybertron), Michael Lerner (Elf), David L. Lander (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Karla Crome (Under the Dome), Andrew Rubin (Shazam!), Thomas M. Wright (Zenon: The Zequel), Jai Rodriguez (The Magicians), Matt Doherty (Supernova 45), Paul Frees (Rocky and His Friends), Chris Lemmon (Wishmaster), John Murray (Scrooged), J.J. Cohen (Back to the Future), Caitlin Dulany (House of Frankenstein), Naunton Wayne (Dead of Night), Murphy Dunne (The Mothman Prophecies), Hiroshi Abe (Godzilla 2000), Alex Maxson (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Steve Eastin (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Richard Yearwood (Dino Crisis), George Englund (The World, the Flesh and the Devil), Richard Eastham (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Scot Cooper (Maze Runner: The Death Cure), Paula Irvine (Phantasm II), Thor Knai (Legends of Tomorrow), John Cunningham (Starship Troopers), James McCauley (I Am Legend), Wanda McKay (The Monster Maker), Octavia E. Butler (Kindred), H. Rider Haggard (She)…

#OTD (21 June) in geeky history in 2002: Minority Report opens

Born #OTD (21 June) in geeky history: Chris Platt (Guardians of the Galaxy), Maggie Siff (The 5th Wave), Lana Wachowski (The Matrix), Erica Durance (Smallville), Juliette Lewis (From Dusk Till Dawn), Carrie Preston (True Blood), Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter), Mariette Hartley (Encino Man), David Morrissey (The Walking Dead), Michael Gross (Tremors), Tony Scott (The Hunger), Annalisa Cochrane (Apparition), Doug Savant (Godzilla), Michael Bowen (Lost), Meredith Baxter (The Invasion of Carol Enders), Eleanor Worthington-Cox (Maleficent), Nathan Darrow (Gotham), Ikumi Yoshimatsu (Westworld), Ron Ely (Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze), Jussie Smollett (Alien: Covenant), Robert Pastorelli (Modern Vampires), Monte Markham (The Second Hundred Years), Josh Pais (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Bernie Kopell (Get Smart), Leigh McCloskey (Babylon 5), Lyman Ward (Black Scorpion), Joe Flaherty (Back to the Future Part II), Sarah Dugdale (R.L Stine’s The Haunting Hour), Jim Breuer (Titan A.E.), Mateusz Kanik (Cyberpunk 2077), Maureen Stapleton (Cocoon), Conrad L. Hall (The Outer Limits), David Marshall Grant (The Stepford Wives), Blake Gibbons (Supernatural), Sammi Davis (The Lair of the White Worm), Brandon Douglas (Not Quite Human), Finn Atkins (Polterguests), Eric Douglas (The Golden Child), Robyn Douglass (Galactica 1980), Kalinka Petrie (Being Human), Will Thorp (Doctor Who), Dorothy Stickney (The Uninvited), Dario Marianelli (V for Vendetta), Jim Pinkava (Ratatouille), Dan Scanlon (Monsters University), Lalo Schifrin (Planet of the Apes), Erin Reitel (Corpse Bride), Jack Guzman (Power Rangers Wild Force), Connor Christopher Levins (Trick ‘r Treat), Gariyaki Mutambirwa (Clockstoppers), Sean Chiplock (Freedom Planet), Brian Sites (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines), Kari Whitman (The X-Files), Carey Scott (Bruce Almighty), Berkeley Breathed (Bloom County), Ian McEwan (The Child in Time)…

#OTD (20 June) in geeky history in 1997: Batman & Robin opens

Born #OTD (20 June) in geeky history: Nicole Kidman (Batman Forever), Kim Engelbrecht (The Flash), John Goodman (Kong: Skull Island), Josh Lucas (Hulk), Christopher Mintz-Plasse (How to Train Your Dragon), Claudia Lee (Kick-Ass 2), Robert Rodriguez (Spy Kids), Dreama Walker (Vamperifica), John Mahoney (Atlantis: The Lost Empire), Errol Flynn (The Perfect Specimen), Tika Sumpter (Final Space), Tom Wlaschiha (Game of Thrones), Eve Harlow (Jennifer’s Body), Martin Landau (Space:1999), Candy Clark (The Man Who Fell to Earth), Peter Paige (American Dad!), Sheryl Berkoff (Eve of Destruction), Olympia Dukakis (The Librarians: Quest for the Spear), Bonnie Bartlett (V), James Tolkan (Back to the Future), Ronnie Gene Blevins (The Dark Knight Rises), Oliver Cotton (The Dark Knight Rises), Danny Aiello (The Stuff), Tress MacNeille (Animaniacs), Jon Glaser (Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter), Alisan Porter (Pee-wee’s Playhouse), Stephen Frears (Mary Reilly), Miles O’Keefe (Tarzan the Ape Man), Jarrad Paul (The Shaggy Dog), Maria Lark (Medium), Kayla Maisonet (Dog with a Blog), Benny Urquidez (Spider-Man), Samantha Spiro (From Hell), Brett Halsey (Return of the Fly), Terence Young (Dr. No), Wendy Craig (The Worst Witch), Kate Kelton (Haven), Cheryl Holdridge (The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas), Lionel Richie (The Preacher’s Wife), John McCook (The Invincible Iron Man), Shefali Chowdhury (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Natalie Denise Sperl (Succubus: Hell-Bent), Kevin Ryan (Arbor Demon), Michael Landon Jr. (The Velveteen Rabbit), Chuck Wagner (Automan), Collins Pennie (In Time), Don Mantooth (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), William Berger (Hercules), Abraham Verduzco (Solo), John Wheeler (Star Trek), Jobeth Wagner (Warlords of Waal), Adam Taylor Gordon (Star Trek: Enterprise), Scott Freeman (Wolf Children), Penelope Horner (Dracula)…

#OTD (19 June) in geeky history in 1963: Jason and the Argonauts opens

Born #OTD (19 June) in geek history: Zoe Saldana (Avatar), Aidan Turner (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Atticus Shaffer (Lion Guard), Ryan Hurst (The Walking Dead), Mia Sara (Legend), Paul Dano (Okja), Kathleen Turner (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Robin Tunney (The Craft), Hugh Dancy (Ella Enchanted), Lauren Lee Smith (Mutant X), Helen George (Red Dwarf), Gena Rowlands (The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.), Samuel West (Van Helsing), Bill Barretta (The Muppets), Lara Spencer (The Muppets), Chuku Modu (Game of Thrones), Neil Brown Jr. (Battle Los Angeles), Sadie Frost (Bram Stoker’s Dracula), Mia Maestro (The Strain), Robin McLeavy (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), Phylicia Rashad (The Possession of Michael D.), Derren Nesbit (UFO), Eric Schweig (Supernatural), Alan Van Sprang (Immortals), Louis Jourdan (Swamp Thing), Moe Howard (The Three Stooges in Orbit), Bumper Robinson (Enemy Mine), Virginia Hey (Farscape), Paula Abdul (Robots), Pat Buttram (The Fox and the Hound), Lisa Chandler (Altered Carbon), Daria Nicolodi (Paganini Horror), Harry Lauter (Escape from the Planet of the Apes), Bill Pope (The Matrix), Robert Fyfe (Cloud Atlas), Sean Marshall (Pete’s Dragon), Simon O’Brien (Fraggle Rock), Jennifer Darling (The Iron Giant), Clémentine Poidatz (Mars), Mark Canton (Red Planet), Constance Forslund (Village of the Damned), Diana Sowle (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Jeremy Sylver (Child’s Play 3), Anthony Phelan (Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones), Jim Ortlieb (Flatliners), Chelah Horsdal (The Man in the High Castle), Nancy Marchand (Shirley Temple’s Storybook), Gabriella Wright (Arrow), Pier Angeli (Octaman), Karin Booth (Wonder Man), Chris Larkin (Doctor Who), Ken Davitian (Get Smart), Michael Maloney (Rise of the Tomb Raider), Ray Lovelock (Let Sleeping Corpses Lie), Charles Coburn (Monkey Business), Mildred Natwick (Blithe Spirit), Kelly Reno (Amazing Stories), Marisa Pavan (Wonder Woman), Robert Moore Williams (Jongor of Lost Land), Patricia Wrightson (The Nargun and the Stars)…

#OTD (18 June) in geeky history in 1976: Food of the Gods opens

Born #OTD (18 June) in geeky history: Richard Madden (Game of Thrones), Jacob Anderson (Game of Thrones), Willa Holland (Arrow), Carol Kane (Gotham), Meaghan Rath (Being Human), Kim Dickens (Hollow Man), Isabella Rossellini (Death Becomes Her), Meaghan Ruth (Being Human), David Giuntoli (Grimm), Alana De La Garza (Forever), Mallory Jansen (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Brian Benben (Tales from the Darkside), Renee Olstead (Touched by an Angel), Richard Boone (The Hobbit), Paul McCartney (Yellow Submarine), Ralph Brown (Alien3), Ian Carmichael (The Wind in the Willows), Alex Hirsch (Rick and Morty), Lisa Barbuscia (Highlander: Endgame), Linda Thorson (Olympus Force), Sean Teale (The Gifted), Ivonne Coll (Teen Wolf), Dominic Guard (The Lord of the Rings), Keye Luke (Gremlins), E.G. Marshall (Superman II), Tara Platt (Spider-Man), Kristina Klebe (Hellboy), Miriam Flynn (Babe), Philip Jackson (The First Men in the Moon), Kevin Bishop (Muppet Treasure Island), Rick Famuyiwa (The Mandalorian), Jamel Debbouze (Angel-A), Kerry Butler (Starla and the Jewel Riders), Luan Peters (Doctor Who), Blake Shelton (The Angry Birds Movie), Dick Foran (The Mummy’s Hand), Christopher Lloyd (Flushed Away), Jeanette MacDonald (I Married an Angel), Steve Miner (Warlock), Nedra Volz (Earth Girls Are Easy), David Burke (The Tick), Max Records (Where the Wild Things Are), Stephen Marcus (Starhunter), Barry Evans (Journey to the Unknown), Eva Bartok (The Gamma People), Paul Eddington (The Adventures of Mole), Ross Elliott (Tarantula), Michael Sheard (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), Nick Tate (Hook), Mae Busch (The Mad Monster), Wesley Lau (The Twilight Zone), Maggie McNamara (The Twilight Zone), Robert Ellenstein (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home), Greg Yaitanes (Heroes), Ben Gleib (Ice Age: Continental Drift), Donald Ross (Small Wonder), John Carl Buechler (Troll), Mac McDonald (Batman), Mara Hobel (The Hand), Robin Christopher (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Sorel Carradine (Runaways), Jennifer Richards (TerrorVision), Donovan Whitfield (Raven’s Home), Jeremy Dunn (Thor), Blanche Yurka (Cry of the Werewolf), Theodus Crane (The Walking Dead), Chris Van Allsburg (The Polar Express)…

#OTD (17 June) in geeky history in 2011: Green Lantern opens

Born #OTD (17 June) in geeky history: Jodie Whittaker (Doctor Who), Marie Avgeropoulos (The 100), Scott Adkins (Doctor Strange), Greg Kinnear (Robots), Will Forte (Gravity Falls), John Gallagher Jr. (10 Cloverfield Lane), Jason Patric (The Lost Boys), Thomas Haden Church (Spider-Man 3), Manish Dayal (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Joshua Leonard (The Blair Witch Project), Rebecca Breeds (The Originals), Kamil Lemieszewski (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword), Jon Gries (Men in Black), Arthur Darvill (Doctor Who), Erin Murphy (Bewitched), Diane Murphy (Bewitched), Michael Showalter (Buzz Lighyear of Star Command), Ralph Bellamy (Rosemary’s Baby), Kelly Curtis (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), William Lucking (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Mark Linn Baker (Alice at the Palace), Wally Wood (Worlds of Tomorrow), James Shigeta (Mulan), Joe Piscopo (100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd), Bobby Farrelly (Osmosis Jones), Louis Leterrier (The Incredible Hulk), Lucio Fulci (Voices from Beyond), Jan Anderson (Torchwood), Lane Bradbury (The Ultimate Warrior), Christopher Allport (Jack Frost), Peter Lupus (Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon), Shô Kosugi (Ninja Sentai Kakuranger), Sam Douglas (Space Precinct), Patrick Cranshaw (Mork & Mindy), Heather Mazur (Night of the Living Dead), Jamal Mixon (The Nutty Professor), Nahnatchka Khan (American Dad!), Frank Ashmore (V), M.C. Escher, Kôichi Yamadera (Dragon Ball Super), Stephen Shellen (Deus Ex: Human Revolution), Keith Larsen (Night of the Witches), Espen Sandberg (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Roberta Maxwell (The Postman), Beryl Reid (Doctor Who), Rebecca Asher (Powerless), Michal Zebrowski (The Hexer), Frank Scully (Jungle Moon Men), Matthew Seinrich (Titan Maximum), Duncan Lamont (Quatemass and the Pit), Jeff Imada (The Crow), Grant Mitchell (Wonder Man), Art Bell (Dark Skies), Louise Fazenda (Alice in Wonderland), Billy Snow (Teen Wolf), Damini Roberts (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Ross O’Donovan (JonTron), William G. Bogart (World’s Faiir Goblin), Dean Ing (Systemic Shock)…

#OTD (16 June) in geeky history in 2002: The Dead Zone TV series debuts

Born #OTD (16 June) in geeky history: Laurie Metcalf (Toy Story 2), Daniel Brühl (Captain America: Civil War), John Cho (Star Trek), Clifton Collins Jr. (Star Trek), Eddie Cibrian (Invasion), Sibel Kikelli (Game of Thrones), Eileen Atkins (Wolf), Arnold Vosloo (The Mummy), Nathan Parsons (True Blood), James Patrick Stuart (The Penguins of Madagascar), Abby Elliott (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Valerie Mahaffey (The Man in the High Castle), Olivia Hack (Avatar: The Last Airbender), Lyndsey Marshal (Being Human), Geoff Pierson (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Bill Cobbs (Demolition Man), John Franklin (Children of the Corn), Frederick Koehler (Death Race), Jack Albertson (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Stan Laurel (Babes in Toyland), Alexis G. Zall (Ouija: Origin of Evil), Joan Van Ark (Spider-Woman), Tom Lenk (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Kelly Blatz (Fear the Walking Dead), Ilona Massey (Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man), Lauren Taylor (Richie Rich), Jay Mello (Jaws), John Balma (Star Trek: Enterprise), Ian Buchanan (Twin Peaks), Hlynur Sigurðsson (The Flintstones), Marinó Sigurðsson (The Flintstones), James Bolam (The Plague Dogs), Shyla Jennings (Vampires), Joseph May (Resident Evil), Carole Ann Ford (The Day of the Triffids), Enid-Raye Adams (Final Destination 2), Faith Domergue (This Island Earth), Robert Wise (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Daniel Zelman (Anacondas: The Hunt for the Red Orchid), Suzan Farmer (Dracula: Prince of Darkness), Mel Novak (Tales of Frankenstein), Nancy Lane (The Duck Factory), Vilmos Zsigmond (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Michael Culver (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), James M. Connor (Watchmen), Ramon Bieri (The Andromeda Strain), Willard E. Pugh (RoboCop 2), Brian Protheroe (Superman), Danielle Ouimet (Satan’s Sabbath), Karis Paige Bryant (Universal Soldier: The Return), Danny Burstein (Phoenix), Dagmar Lassander (Devil Fish), Anthony Sharp (A Clockwork Orange), Mackenzie Maxon (Halo 4), Scott Alexander (Ed Wood), Ann Carter (The Curse of the Cat People), Norman Jones (Doctor Who), Lindsay Elston (Atlantic Rim: Resurrection), Dan Cade (Extinction), John Young (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Charles B. Pierce (Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues), Christopher Cary (The Time Tunnel), Andy Weir (The Martian), Murray Leinster (The Pirates of Zan), David McDaniel (The Dagger Affair)…

#OTD (15 June) in geeky history: 1936-Trapped by Television; 1955-The Beast with 1,000,000 Eyes; 1973-Battle for the Planet of the Apes; 1990-Gremlins 2; 2001-Lara Croft: Tomb Raider; 2005-Batman Begins…

#OTD (15 June) in geeky history in 2005: Batman Begins opens

Born #OTD (15 June) in geeky history: Courteney Cox (Misfits of Science), Leah Remini (Phantom 2040), Helen Hunt (Trancers), Neil Patrick Harris (Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog), Ice Cube (Ghosts of Mars), Elizabeth Reaser (Twilight), Poppy Montgomery (Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story), Alice Englert (Beautiful Creatures), Jake Busey (The Predator), Jim Varney (Toy Story), Jim Belushi (Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return), Denzel Whitaker (Black Panther), Greg Vaughan (Charmed), Ray Santiago (Ash vs Evil Dead), Lee Purcell (Kids vs Monsters), Sterling Jerins (World War Z), Jorge Rivero (Werewolf), Polly Draper (Making Mr. Right), Robin Curtis (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock), James Robertson Justice (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Jim Hanks (Disney Infinity), Esteban Powell (Simian Undercover Detective Squad), Carolina Ravassa (Overwatch), Rachel Covey (Enchanted), Judy Pace (Frogs), Andy Tennant (Ever After: A Cinderella Story), Idalis DeLeon (The Invisible Man), Andy Romano (The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini), Aron Kincaid (The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini), Cody Saintgnue (Teen Wolf), Justin Fletcher (Shaun the Sheep), Dan Laustsen (The Shape of Water), Lash La Rue (Dark Power), Herschell Gordon Lewis (Monster A-Go-Go!), Rick Rosenthal (Beauty and the Beast), Tim Colceri (Hypernauts), Harry Nilsson (The Point), Morgan Jones (Forbidden Planet), Joy Bang (Messiah of Evil), Richard Derr (When Worlds Collide), Lee Shallat Chemel (Cavemen), Victor Lundin (Robinson Crusoe on Mars), William Newman (The Tick), Herman Poppe (The Rocketeer), Billy Wickman (War for the Planet of the Apes), Judah Bellamy (Just Add Magic), Sandor Elès (Countess Dracula), Neal Adams (Batman), Sondra Marshak (The Price of the Phoenix), J.F. Bone (The Lani People), Brian Jacques (Redwall)…

#OTD (14 June) in geeky history in 2000: The Crow: Salvation opens

Born #OTD (14 June) in geeky history: Lucy Hale (Bionic Woman), Torrance Coombs (Battlestar Galactica), Traylor Howard (Son of the Mask), Pascale Hutton (Sanctuary), Sullivan Stapleton (Darkness Falls), Daryl Sabra (The Polar Express), Evan Sabara (The Polar Express), Will Patton (Falling Skies), Yasmine Bleeth (Beautiful Evil), Chauncey Leopardi (Casper), Dorothy McGuire (Jonathan Livingston Seagull), Kevin McHale (True Blood), Diablo Cody (Jennifer’s Body), Kara Killmer (Scary Tales), Rochelle Davis (The Crow), Boy George (The Wolves of Kromer), Jordan Hayes (Helix), Tyler Johnston (Supernatural), Faizon Love (Elf), Marla Gibbs (The Meteor Man), Jay Roach (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery), Gene Barry (War of the Worlds), Burl Ives (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer), Eddie Mekka (Power Rangers Wild Force), Haley Hudson (Freaky Friday), Sam Wanamaker (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace), Jack Bannon (Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle), Dayo Okeniyi (The Hunger Games), Phillip Rhys (Nightflyers), Kenneth Cope (Doctor Who), Daniel Newman (The Dark Knight Rises), Sophiya Haque (House of Anubis), Alexandra Castillo (The 6th Day), Joe Grifasi (Tarzan), Antony Sher (The Wolfman), Kyle Hebert (Dragon Ball Z), Regan Burns (Supernatural), Jeremy Dyson (Ghost Stories), Cliff Edwards (Pinocchio), Ben Davidson (Conan the Barbarian), Allen Daviau (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), David Kopp (Freddy vs. Jason), Jackie Kong (The Being), Eddy Waller (Night Monster), Jan Rabson (Akira), Rebekah Wiggins (Let Me In), Jeremy Sinden (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Christopher Birt (Wolf), Sam Irvin (Oblivion), Hampton Yount (Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return), Bob Murawski (Spider-Man), Samantha Paris (Bionic Six), Trish Stewart (Salvage 1), Andy Horwitz (Suicide Squad), Marco Soriano (Andromeda), Laurence Yep (Dragon of the Lost Sea), Harry Turtledove (Worldwar: In the Balance), …

#OTD (13 June) in geeky history in 1968: Dr. Satán y la Magia Negra opens in Mexico; in 2017: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire opens

Born #OTD (13 June) in geeky history: Chris Evans (Captain America: The First Avenger), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass), Kat Dennings (Thor), Stellan Skarsgård (Thor), Ethan Embry (Once Upon a Time), Ally Sheedy (Kyle XY), Kodi Smit-McPhee (Let Me In), Tim Allen (The Santa Clause), Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange), Mary-Kate Olsen (Beastly), Ashley Olsen (Double, Double Toil and Trouble), Richard Thomas (Battle Beyond the Stars), David Mendenhall (The Transformers), Tygh Runyan (SGU Stargate Universe), Simon Callow (Outlander), Ben Johnson (Angels in the Outfield), Missy Crider (The Others), Mary Wickes (The Canterville Ghost), Laura Kightlinger (The LEGO Batman Movie), Steve-O (Batman: The Creep Crusader), Basil Rathbone (Son of Frankenstein), Paul Lynde (Bewitched), Greg Daniels (The Simpsons), Percy Rodrigues (Star Trek: The Original Series), Lisa Vidal (Star Trek), Shannon Fill (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Ada Morris (Star Trek: Enterprise), Belinda Bauer (RoboCop 2), Brande Roderick (Hood of Horror), Cayetana Guillén Cuervo (The Ministry of Time), Kristine Miller (Science Fiction Theatre), Brian Wilde (Curse of the Demon), Jeff Davis (Teen Wolf), Sam Groom (Otherworld), Phillip Van Dyke (Halloweentown), Ella Hughes (Game of Thrones), Reece Noi (Game of Thrones), Ian Hunter (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Joe Roth (Maleficent), Rex Everhart (Friday the 13th), Larry Keating (When Worlds Collide), Takahiro Sakurai (Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters), Natasha Hovey (Demons), Ian Alda (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice), Kat Ogden (Z Nation), Selwyn Ward (Power Rangers Turbo), Bob McGrath (Sesame Street), Daniel Hubbard (King Kong), Mark Frankel (Kindred: The Embraced), Ralph McQuarrie (Star Wars), Whitley Strieber (The Wolfen)…

#OTD (12 June) in geeky history: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Clash of the Titans (1981), Predator (1987) all open

#OTD (12 June) in FICTIONAL geeky history in 1983: The Spindrift, on a commercial sub-orbital flight, passes through an “atmospheric disturbance” and crash lands in The Land of the Giants (TV series) | SPOILER ALERT! A virus brought back from space by an astronaut kills all dogs & cats on Earth in just months. Primates are immune and apes become the new pets (servants) (Conquest of the Planet of the Apes)

Born #OTD (12 June) in geeky history: Dave Franco (Young Justice), Rick Hoffman (Knight Rider), Frances O’Connor (Artificial Intelligence: AI), Abbey Lee (Mad Max: Fury Road), Jason Mewes (Todd and the Book of Pure Evil), Richard Ayaode (Neo Yokio), Paula Marshall (Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth), Malachi Pearson (Casper), Carly Craig (Paranormal Movie), Mario Casas (Witching and B*tching), Timothy Busfield (Sleepy Hollow), Tim DeKay (Second Chance), Jim Nabors (The Lost Saucer), Paul Schulze (Journeyman), Jenilee Harrison (Curse III: Blood Sacrifice), Eamonn Walker (Unbreakable), Mel Rodriguez (Flashforward), Jeremy Howard (Mighty Med), Luke Youngblood (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Patrice Martinez (Beetlejuice), Claudia Gray (Defy the Stars), Laura Bellini (Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death), Sarah Bellini (Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death) Sarah Trigger (The Phantom), Valentina de Angelis (Camp Hell), Jenna Willis (Heroine Legends), Gregory Alan Williams (Powers), Ryan Malgarini (Freaky Friday), Timothy Simons (Goosebumps), Scott Thompson (Dark Rising: Warrior of Worlds), Rebecca Holden (Knight Rider), David Lain Baker (Dragonball Evolution), Ella Joyce (Bubba Ho-Tep), Jodi Thelen (Twin Peaks), John Enos III (Gotham), Irwin Allen (Lost in Space), Roger Aaron Brown (Galaxis), Gary Farmer (Dead Man), Glori-Anne Gilbert (The Curse of the Komodo), Len Wein (Swamp Thing), William Lundigan (Men Into Space), Kevin Lima (Enchanted), Chris Gayla (Acting Dead), Peter Jones (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Marilyn Kagan (Mork & Mindy), Sonia Manzano (Sesame Street), Ben Welden (Mister Ed), Uta Hagen (The Other), Richard A. Sherman (Mary Poppins), Junius Matthews (The Sword in the Stone), Klaus Badelt (Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl), John A. Alonzo (Star Trek: Generations), Mary Roscoe (Paddington), Shiloh Strong (The Dungeon Master), Caleb Brown (The Orville), Terence Kelly (Watchmen), Bernie Hamilton (Mysterious Island), Felecia M. Bell (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Larry Teng (Medium), Linda Foster (The Ambushers), Charles Kingsley (The Water-Babies), Melanie Rawn (Dragon Prince)…

#OTD (11 June) in geeky history in 1982: E.T. the Extra-terrestrial opens

Born #OTD (11 June) in geeky history: Gene Wilder (Young Frankenstein), Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones), Shia LaBeouf (Transformers), John Tui (Battleship), Ivana Baquero (The Shannara Chronicles), Adrienne Barbeau (Escape from New York), Joshua Jackson (Fringe), Stephen Schnetzer (Fringe), Claire Holt (H2O: Just Add Water), Hugh Laurie (Tomorrowland), Charlie Tahan (I Am Legend), Katelyn Nacon (The Walking Dead), Saxon Sharbino (Poltergeist), Rhys Matthew Bond (Good Witch), Pamela Gidley (Cherry 2000), Clare Carey (Jericho), Chad Everett (Supernatural), Robert Hutton (The Slime People), Ryan Dunn (Lifeform), Jelly Howie (Legion), Richard Todd (Doctor Who), Leila Hoffman (Doctor Who), Breanna Yde (The Haunted Hathaways), Jane Goldman (Stardust), Olan Rogers (Final Space), Shane Meier (My Little Pony Tales), Ed Bishop (UFO), Zita Vass (Children of the Corn), Robby Kiger (Children of the Corn), Sherman Howard (Day of the Dead), Richard Clifford (Justice League), Gerald Mohr (The Angry Red Planet), Wren T. Brown (Hellraiser: Bloodline), Roscoe Orman (Sesame Street), Buddy Baer (Jack and the Beanstalk), Britta Phillips (Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole), Michael Swan (Piranhaconda), Amir Mokri (Man of Steel), John Bromfield (Revenge of the Creature), Virginia Brissac (The Mummy’s Tomb), Nicholas Young (The Tomorrow People), Pat Mowry (Missile to the Moon), Antonio Lewis Todd (Black Panther), Paul Lynch (The Ray Bradbury Theatre), Gilbert Emery (Between Two Worlds), Cristina Pucelli (DC Super Hero Girls), Jesse Irving (Arrow), Arianne Martin (The Haunting of Hill House), Jennifer L. Armentrout (Cursed)…

#OTD (10 June) in geeky history in 1989: Tales from the Crypt TV series debut

Born #OTD (10 June) in geeky history: Judy Garland (The Wizard of Oz), Gina Gershon (Lost in Oz), Elizabeth Hurley (Bedazzled), Leelee Sobieski (Hercules), Jeanne Tripplehorn (Waterworld), Bria Vinaite (The OA), DJ Qualls (The Man in the High Castle), Tristin Mays (The Vampire Diaries), Shane West (The League of Extraordinary Gentleman), Jonathan Bennett (The Haunting of Sharon Tate), Randee Heller (ALF), Ben Daniels (The Exorcist), Andrew Niccol (Gattaca), Andrew Stevens (Mongolian Death Worm), Kate Flannery (Steven Universe), Bill Burr (Zombeavers), Celina Jade (Arrow), Mike Dopud (Arrow), Luciana Paluzzi (The Green Slime), Frankie Faison (Luke Cage), Vincent Perez (Queen of the Damned), Carolyn Hennesy (True Blood), Mickey Jones (Starman), Robert Eddison (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Robert Clohessy (Curse of the Crimson Mask), Andrew Lees (The Originals), Lionel Jeffries (First Men in the Moon), Shanna Collins (War of the Worlds), Toby Levins (The 100), Marko Zaror (Alita: Battle Angel), Kristina Apgar (Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles), Barry Morse (Space: 1999), Paige Patterson (BrainDead), Kelly Vitz (Sky High), Leanza Cornett (The Tick), Garry Walberg (King Kong), Eric Dawson (American Horror Story), Randy Edelman (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor), John J. Kelly (Deadpool), Jürgen Prochnow, (Dune), Susannah Fielding (Doctor Who), Timothy Van Patten (Game of Thrones), Laura Silverman (Big Hero 6: The Series), Titus Makin Jr. (Grimm), Tina Ivlev (Dead Rising 3), Kevin Corcoran (Babes in Toyland), Maliabeth Johnson (American Horror Story), Sessue Hayakawa (An Arabian Knight), Garry Walberg (King Kong), Simon Fenton (Through the Dragon’s Eye), Kelly Vitz (Sky High), Melinda Sward (Do Over), Julian de la Celle (Heroes), Eric Dawson (Battlestar Galactica), Paige Patterson (BrainDead), Randy Edelman (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor), Iris Paynado (Iron Warrior), Vera Lewis (The Cat Creeps), Fred Asparagus (The Lords of Magick), Maurice Sendak (Where the Wild Things Are)…

#OTD (9 June) in geeky history in 1978: Damien: Omen II opens

Born #OTD (9 June) in geeky history: Natalie Portman (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Johnny Depp (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Mae Whitman (DC Super Hero Girls), Eddie Marsan (Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell), Michael J. Fox (Back to the Future), Logan Browning (Powers), Josh Hamilton (Dark Skies), Michaela Conlin (Enchanted), David Cage (Omikron: The Nomad Soul), Danielle C. Ryan (The Cat in the Hat), Brian Patrick Wade (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Lucien Laviscount (Supernatural), David Koepp (Jurassic Park), Loreta Peralta (The Little Mermaid), Bob Cummings (My Living Doll), David Troughton (Doctor Who), James Newton Howard (King Kong), Joe Santos (The Postman), Jackie Mason (Sleeper), Patrick Durkin (Raiders of the Lost Ark), John Dukakis (This House Possessed), Leslie Banks (Transatlantic Tunnel), Mark Jeffrey Miller (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2), Shandi Finnessey (Sharktopus), Roger Frost (The Wolfman), Marilyn Hanold (The Brain That Wouldn’t Die), Peter Renaday (Assassin’s Creed), Nick Kiriazis (Superhero Movie), Gloria Reuben (Cloak & Dagger), Andrew W. Walker (Sabrina the Teenage Witch), Lauren Socha (Misfits), Keesha Sharp (Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood), Dino Fetscher (Humans), Winston Chao, (The Meg), James DeBello (Transylmania), Diana Van Der Vlis (X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes), Matthew Margeson (Skyline), Ash Santos (American Horror Story), Mark Roberts (Spontaneous Combustion), Youssef Kerkour (Nightflyers), Bryn McAuley (Hotel Transylvania), Kelly Connell (Spider-Man 2),  Joe Haldeman (the Forever War), Keith Laumer (A Trace of Memory), Lin Carter (Jandar of Callisto), Gregory Maguire (Wicked)…

#OTD (8 June) in geeky history in 1949: 1984 published

Born #OTD (8 June) in geeky history: Lexa Doig (Andromeda), Julianna Marguiles (The Lost Room), Frank Grillo (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Florence Faivre (The Expanse), Eion Bailey (Once Upon a Time), Hattie Gotobed (Once Upon a Time), Kathy Baker (Edward Scissorhands), Kelli Williams (Earth 2), Torrey DeVitto (The Rite), Jerry Stiller (Fish Hooks), Jess Weixler (Teeth), David Sutcliffe (Mega Cyclone), James Darren (The Time Tunnel), Maria Menounos (Fantastic Four), J.P. Manoux (Phil of the Future), Griffin Dunne (An American Werewolf in London), Sônia Braga (Luke Cage), Mark Feuerstein (Practical Magic), Dana Wynter (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Keenen Ivory Wayans (Scary Movie), Alexis Smith (The Smiling Ghost), Rosanna Pansino (Broken Quest), Robert Preston (The Last Starfighter), Joan Rivers (Spaceballs), Nancy Sinatra (The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini), Josh Pence (The Dark Knight Rises), Elizabeth Bowen (The Demon Lover), Kevin P. Farley (Paranormal Movie), C.C. Beck (Captain Marvel), Millicent Martin (Return to Halloweentown), Bernie Casey (Gargoyles), Mamoru Miyano (Death Note), Henry Brandon (The Land Unknown), Bernard White (The Matrix Reloaded), Myron Healey (The Incredible Melting Man), Charles Tyner (Evilspeak), Cyril O’Reilly (Dance of the Damned), George Wallace (Radar Men from the Moon), Colin Baker (Doctor Who), Derek Newark (Doctor Who), Jefferson Mays (The Giver), Alan Scarfe (Andromeda), John Pasquin (The Santa Clause), Jack Sholder (The Hidden), Anthony Cistaro (Witchblade), Robert Carson (Space Patrol), Geoffrey Hutchings (The Color of Magic), Matthew Bright (Forbidden Zone), Nate Dushku (Dollhouse), Heather Brown (Goosebumps), Clyde Klotz (Fringe), Marcos Siega (Time After Time), Gary Trousdale (Beauty and the Beast), Brad Gorton (Starhyke), Debra Clinger (Jack Frost), Peggy Maley (Indestructible Man), Lorna Heilbron (The Creeping Flesh), Alex Band (Puppet Master II), Larry Dilg (Ghostbusters), June Thorburn (The 3 Worlds of Gulliver), Jessie Lawrence Ferguson (Darkman), Scott Adams (Dilbert), Jason Lanier Brown (Westworld), Sheldon Allman (The Man with the Power), John W. Campbell Jr. (Who Goes There?), Erica Stevens (The Upheaval)…

#OTD (7 June) in geeky history in 1945:Adventures of Topper radio show debuts

Born #OTD (7 June) in geeky history: Michael Cera (The LEGO Batman Movie), Liam Neeson (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Karl Urban (Star Trek), Bill Hader (Inside Out), Anna Torv (Fringe), Poppy Drayton (The Shannara Chronicles), Larisa Oleynik (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Colleen Camp (The House with a Clock in Its Walls), Kim Rhodes (Supernatural), Helen Baxendale (Dirk Gently), Sarah Parish (Atlantis), William Forsythe (Halloween), Jessica Tandy (Cocoon), Mini Anden (Chuck), Dean Martin (The Ambushers), Ellen Wroe (Final Destination 5), Kym Whitley (Rango), Tom McCarthy (2012), Gia Carides (The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space), Jordan Fry (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Tom Jones (Mars Attacks!), Prince (Batman), Judie Aronson (Weird Science), Francis Magee (Justice League), Ronald Pickup (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time), Mark Steines (The Robot Giant), Dean DeBlois (How to Train Your Dragon), Pamela Susan Shoop (Knight Rider), Virginia McKenna (Beauty and the Beast), Ania Bukstein (Game of Thrones), Mark Ryan (Transformers: The Last Knight), Alex McGregor (Blood Drive), Anthony Simcoe (Farscape), Adam Buxton (Stardust), Hope Summers (Rosemary’s Baby), Diana Millay (Dark Shadows), Monica Evans (The Aristocats), Sarah Stephens (The Witch), Eli Jane (Kong: Skull Island), Mike Pratt (Randall and Hopkirk (deceased)), Seung-won Cha (Ghost House), Robin Hughes (The Thing That Couldn’t Die), Cathy Baron (Planet Terror), Bobby Di Cicco (The Philadelphia Experiment), Michael Pennington (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), David Shatraw (Blaze and the Monster Machines), Susie Feldman (Terror Inside), Mick Foley (Avatar: The Last Airbender), Cassidy Rae (Evolver), Robert Trebor (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Til Kewe (Merlin), Cameron Wakefield (Bridge to Terabithia), John Edward Lee (Terminator Genisys), Bill Prady (The Muppets), Dolores Grey (Doctor Who), Damaine Radcliff (Freakish), Adam C. Taylor (Leprechaun), LeeAnne Locken (My Best Friend Is a Vampire), A.C. Weary (What Waits Below), Alix Talton (The Deadly Mantis), Tarik Ergin (Star Trek: Voyager), Simon Day (Pixelface), Gary Kent (Dracula vs. Frankenstein), Danielle Petty (Countess Dracula’s Orgy of Blood), Lang Jeffries (Mission Stardust), Reg Park (Hercules in the Haunted World), Larry Hama (X2-Wolverine’s Revenge), Tammy Marihugh (The Twilight Zone), Hung Lieh Chen (Ninja the Violent Sorceror), Mina Kolb (Boogeyman II), Umar Khan (Captain America: Civil War), Louise Erdrich (Future Home of the Living God)…

#OTD (6 June) in geeky history in 1986: Invaders from Mars (1986 remake) opens

Born #OTD (6 June) in geeky history: Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Sydney Walsh (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge), Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Paul Giamatti (Planet of the Apes), Sonya Walger (Flashforward), Jonathan Nolan (Interstellar), Staci Keanan (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Jacob Batalon (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Danny Strong (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Sandra Bernhard (Hercules), Daniel Logan (Star Wars II: Episode II – Attack of the Clones), Kyra Zagorsky (Helix), Amanda Pays (Max Headroom), Max Casella (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Harvey Fierstein (Independence Day), Ellie Kendrick (Game of Thrones), Philip McGinley (Game of Thrones), Abbie Cobb (American Horror Story), Judith Barsi (The Land Before Time), Danny Webb (Alien3), Lyndie Greenwood (Sleepy Hollow), Cheryl Smith (Cinderella), Gary Graham (Robot Jox), Christian Brassington (Incubus), Billie Whitelaw (The Omen), Gianna Michaels (Piranha 3D), Paula Brancati (Dark Oracle), Anthony Starke (Repossessed), Colin Quinn (The Awesomes), Josie Lawrence (Wizards vs. Aliens), Alex Dratcher (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Johnny Pacar (The Remaining), Neal H. Moritz (Total Recall), Kenneth Connor (Torchy, the Battery Boy), Antonia Pebble (Power Rangers Mystic Force), Andrew McFarlane (Cleverman), Joan Marshall (Star Trek: The Original Series), Natalie Morales (Rio 2), Levi Stubbs (Little Shop of Horrors), Maria Montez (Cobra Woman), Elliot Villar (Time After Time), Wes Johnson (The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind), Jan Rubes (The X-Files), Marilyn Jones (The Twilight Zone), Adam Hendershott (Big Bad Wolf), Adam Busch (Altered Carbon), Amber Borycki (Kyle XY), Richard Crane (Mysterious Island), Steve Vai (Metalocalypse), Gideon Glick (Gods Behaving Badly), Helena-Alexis Seymour (Beauty and the Beast), Chad Lail (Navy Seals vs. Zombies), Christopher Adamson (Judge Dredd), Sam Simon (The Simpsons), Ella Smith (Frankenstein), Jacinta Stapledon (Dive Olly Dive!), Erica Hagen (Soylent Green), Richard Paul (Herbie the Love Bug), Bryan Utman (Herbie the Love Bug), Ryan Higa (Love Vampires), John Baer (Night of the Blood Beast), Rick Kramer (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Scott Peat (Westworld), Raoul Bhaneja (Dresden Files), Peter Zeitlinger (Future World), Walter Abel (Tales of Tomorrow), Malgorzata Bela (Suspiria), V.C. Andrews (Gods of Green Mountain), Bill Ransom (Jaguar)…

#OTD (5 June) in geeky history in 2008: The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack debuts

Born #OTD (5 June) in geeky history: Mark Walhberg (Transformers: Age of Extinction), Amanda Crew (The Haunting in Connecticut), Nick Kroll (Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie), Ron Livingston (The Conjuring), Liza Weil (Stir of Echoes), Susan Lynch (From Hell), Kathleen Kennedy (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Jeff Garlin (WALL-E), Navi Rawat (Feast), Troye Sivan (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Sophie Lowe (The Returned), Chad Allen (TerrorVision), Daniel von Bargen (The Postman), Nancy Stafford (A Mermaid’s Tale), Mark Harelik (Castle Rock), Joe Gatto (12 Monkeys), Marc Pickering (Sleepy Hollow), June Gable (Legends of the Superheroes), Peggy Stewart (Terror in the Wax Museum), Mel Giedroyc (Rocky Horror Show Live), Bill Hayes (Once Upon a Mattress), Karen Strassman (DC Super Hero Girls), Robert Lansing (Star Trek: The Original Series), Lewis MacDougall (A Monster Calls), Leslie Hendrix (Gotham), Ken Hudson Campbell (Groundhog Day), Ellen Foley (Ghostwriter), Warren Frost (Twin Peaks), Sheila Sim (Pandora and the Flying Dutchman), Tony Richardson (Hamlet), Pete Wentz (Teen Titans Go!), Mary Kay Bergman (Jay Jay the Jet Plane), Herb Vigran (Adventures of Superman), John Bach (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Stephen J. Anderson (The Emperor’s New Groove), Marc Worden (Batman: Arkham Knight), Mike Fisher (Transformers), John Abbott (The Jungle Book), Howard Platt (Westworld), Jay Lanin (The Invaders), Kelly Van Dyke (My Mother the Car), James Isaac (Enemy Mine), Lu Leonard (Starman), Christian Boeving (Batman & Robin), Laurence Payne (The Crawling Eye), Gillian Hills (A Clockwork Orange), Rick Riordan (The Lightning Thief), M.K. Wren (Sword of the Lamb)…

#OTD (4 June) in geeky history in 1982: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan opens

Born #OTD (4 June) in geeky history: T.J. Miller (Deadpool), Angelina Jolie (Maleficent), Jordan Hinson (Eureka), Oona Chaplin (Game of Thrones), Robin Lord Taylor (Gotham), Keith David (The Princess and the Frog), Ameli Warner (The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising), Bruce Dern (Silent Running), Kathryn Prescott (The Hive), Noah Wylie (The Librarians), Izabella Scorupco (Reign of Fire), Tim Rozon (Being Human), Sean Pertwee (Dog Soldiers), Theo Rossi (Luke Cage), Russell Brand (Despicable Me), James Callis (Battlestar Galactica), Rob Huebel (The Descendants), Matt Corboy (The Descendants), Jillian Murray (Dark Ascension), Michele Hicks (Messengers), Scott Wolf (V), Dennis Weaver (Captain Planet and the Planeteers), Michelle Phillips (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Josh McDermitt (The Walking Dead), Michael Greyeyes (Fear the Walking Dead), Geoffrey Palmer (Doctor Who), Bradley Walsh (Doctor Who), David Collings (Doctor Who), Vinton Hayworth (Batman), Parker Stevenson (Batman Beyond), Julie White (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Clara Blandick (The Wizard of Oz), Derek McGrath (My Secret Identity), Annie Clark (Solo), Lindsay Frost (The Ring), Gary Weeks (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Robert Pralgo (Avengers: Infinity War), Sue Hodge (Brazil), David Yip (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), Judith Malina (The Addams Family), Ken Clark (Attack of the Giant Leeches), Wendy Pini (Elfquest), Joe Hill (NOS4A2)…

#OTD (3 June) in geeky history in 1986: Super Mario Bros. 2 released in Japan

Born #OTD (3 June) in geeky history: Imogen Potts (28 Weeks Later), James Purefoy (Altered Carbon), Tony Curtis (Tarzan in Manhattan), Paulette Goddard (The Ghost Breakers), Leo Gorcey (Spook Busters), John Rothman (Ghost Busters), Josh Segarra (Arrow), Suzie Plakson (Star Trek: Voyager), Louis Hoffman (Dark), Robert Z’Dar (Monsters on Main Street), Penelope Wilton (Shaun of the Dead), Frank McRae (*batteries not included), Ellen Corby (Visit to a Small Planet), Colleen Dewhurst (The Exorcist III), Sebastian Armesto (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Arianne Zucker (Supernatural), Camilla Sparv (America 3000), Melissa Mathison (E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial), Rebecca Callard (The Borrowers), Anderson Cooper (Chappie), Scott Valentine (Black Scorpion), Lalaine (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Nikki M. James (BrainDead), Edward Winter (Project U.F.O.), Erland van Lidth (The Running Man), Dan Ewing (Power Rangers R.P.M.), Lindsay Hollister (Joan of Arcadia), Maurice Evans (Bewitched), Carol Ohmart (House on Haunted Hill), Tristan Rogers (The Rescuers Down Under), Masawi Nagasawa (Godzilla: Final Wars), John Moulder-Brown (Rumpelstiltskin), Chris Mantle (Alien3), Brenden Jefferson (Holes), Billy Slaughter (Max Steel), Tony Giglio (Death Race 2), John Kellogg (Adventures of Superman), Ian Gelder (Game of Thrones), Friedrich von Ledebur (The 27th Day), Joanne Nail (The Visitors), Eddie Acuff (The Phantom Creeps), Roy Glenn (Escape from the Planet of the Apes), John Dykstra (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Jan Ohlsson (Terror of Frankenstein), Terry Bamber (City of Ember), Shuki Levy (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Miriama Smith (Power Rangers DinoThunder), Elizabeth Ann Koshak (The Human Race), Patrick Cargill (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland), Lili St. Cyr (Son of Sinbad), Kim Parker (Fiend without a Face), Henry Kingi Jr. (Captain America: Civil War), Sharon Thomas Cain (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock), Aaron Christian Howles (True Blood), Herk Harvey (Carnival of Souls), Ed Trucco (Highlander II: The Quickening), Marion Zimmer Bradley (The Mists of Avalon), John Norman (Tarnsman of Gor), Mike McQuay (Memories)…

#OTD (2 June) in geeky history in 1989: Vampire’s Kiss opens

Born #OTD (2 June) in geeky history: Morena Baccarin (Firefly), Jewel Staite (Firefly), Dominic Cooper (Agent Carter), James Ransone (Sinister), Pip Torrens (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Zachary Quinto (Star Trek), Anthony Montgomery (Star Trek: Enterprise), Wentworth Miller (Legends of Tomorrow), Justin Long (Skylanders Academy), Stacy Keach (Escape from L.A.), Jack Lowden (Pan), Navid Negahban (Legion), Nikki Cox (The Spectacular Spider-Man), Dennis Haysbert (Now and Again), Sally Kellerman (The Maze), Dana Carvey (The Secret Life of Pets), Brittany Curran (The Magicians), Liam Cunningham (Dog Soldiers), Amber Marshall (Mutant World), Kevin Feige (Guardians of the Galaxy), Leah Cairns (Interstellar), Joel Tobeck (30 Days of Night), Johnny Weissmuller (Tarzan the Ape Man), Wayne Brady (Sofia the First), Jacqueline Fernandez (Aladin), Jerry Mathers (The Girl, The Gold Watch & Dynamite), Lilimar (The Little Ghost), Sterling Beaumon (Lost), Abigail Mac (Vampires), Amali Golden (Thor: Ragnarok), Robert Tessier (Star Crash), Kevork Malikyan (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Yuliya Snigir (Dark Planet), Maree Cheatham (Beetlejuice), Charles Haid (Altered States), Madison Leisle (Ghost Whisperer), Jeremy Guilbaut (Battlestar Galactica), Jon Peters (Innerspace), Sean Chapman (Hellraiser), Jeannine Taylor (Friday the 13th), Milo O’Shea (Barbarella), Susan Hart (Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine), Al Ruscio (The Phantom), Wes Robinson (Blair Witch), Martha Wentworth (One Hundred and One Dalmatians), Stephan Bender (Superman Returns), Miyuki Sawashiro (Kamen Rider: Decade), Cornel West (The Matrix Reloaded), Janet DeMay (Knight Rider), Norton Juster (The Phantom Tollbooth), Lester del Rey (Marooned on Mars), Crystal Ward (Supernova)…

#OTD (1 June) in geeky history in: 2016 – We’ll Test It on Humans opens (at IMDb; 2018 – A Fairy’s Game opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (1 June) in geeky history: Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Morgan Freeman (Batman Begins), Sylvia Hoeks (Blade Runner 2049), Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), Brian Cox (X2: X-Men United), Jonathan Pryce (Something Wicked This Way Comes), Marilyn Monroe (Monkey Business), Powers Boothe (The Avengers), Teri Polo (The Arrival), Amy Schumer (BoJack Horseman), Danielle Harris (Halloween), Melissa Sagemiller (Soul Survivors), Rene Auberjonois (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Adam Garcia (Doctor Who), Gareth Edwards (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Andy Griffith (The Demon Murder Case), Willow Shields (The Hunger Games), Heidi Klum (Ella Enchanted), Robert Powell (Fantomcat), Taylor Handley (Battle:LA), Cleavon Little (Once Bitten), Alanis Morissette (Dogma), Brandon Spink (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Lezlie Deane (Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare), Madison Smith (Aftermath), Lolita Chakrabati (Jekyll & Hyde), Aubrey Morris (A Clockwork Orange), Tim Bentinck (Doctor Who), Richard Donat (Haven), Peter Cornell (Frankenhood), Antony Ponzini (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Gertrude Michael (The Witching Hour), Pasquale Aleardi (Resident Evil), Peter Masterson (The Exorcist), Lisa Hartman (Tabitha), Andrew Woodall (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Madhaven (Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn), John M. Jackson (Eve of Destruction), John Randolph (Escape from the Planet of the Apes), Tina Casciani (Miss 2059), Pat Boone (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Richard Erdman (DuckTales), Andrea Bogart (DarkWolf), Edward Woodward (The Wicker Man), Frank Morgan (The Wizard of Oz), Patrick Gilmore (SGU Stargate Universe), Glenn Beck (2001: A Space Odyssey), Shae Marks (Black Scorpion), Bob Buchholz (Akira), Clement Virgo (ReGenesis), Jan Harvey (Bugs), Julie Costello (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Peter Cellier (Stanley’s Dragon), Gemma Craven (The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella), Shailyn Pierre-Dixon (Suicide Squad), Robert Clarke (The Hideous Sun Demon), Joan Caulfield (The Space-Watch Murders), Pat Corley (The Hand), Misty Rowe (Quark), Robin Mattson (Island of the Lost), Tom Irving (The Haunting), Mark Curry (Armageddon), Paul Schrier (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Rick Gomez (Transformers), Kate Magowan (Stardust), Emjay Anthony (Krampus), Daniel Casey (Hex)…

#OTD (31 May) in geeky history in 1996: The Arrival opens

Born #OTD (31 May) in geeky history: Madge Blake (Batman), Don Ameche (Cocoon), Clint Eastwood (Revenge of the Creature), Justine Cotsonas (Gotham), Colin Farrell (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Jonathan Tucker (The Ruins), Lea Thompson (Back to the Future), Brooke Shields (Creative Galaxy), Yael Grobglas (Supergirl), Tom Berenger (Inception), Chris Elliott (Groundhog Day), Archie Panjabi (Dead Space: Extraction), Eric Christian Olsen (Hero Factory), Justine Lupe (Mr. Mercedes), Phillipa Soo (Moana), Jim Hutton (The Twilight Zone), Susie Essman (Bolt), Roma Maffia (Medium), Sharon Gless (The Exorcist), Denholm Elliott (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Gregory Harrison (Dark Skies), Alida Valli (Suspiria), Kyle Secor (The Flash), Elaine Stewart (Brigadoon), Merle Dandridge (Half-Life 2), Don Harvey (Superman: The Animated Series), Barbara Pepper (My Mother the Car), Hugh Dillon (ReGenesis), Alison Pargeter (The National Union of Space People), Richard Riddell (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus), Rusty Lane (The Twilight Zone), Robert Osterloh (The Outer Limits), Sarah Schreiber (Agent Carter), Karl Geary (The Burrowers), Lynda Bellingham (Doctor Who), Jack Gilpin (Aliens in the Family), Julio Oscar Mechoso (Planet Terror), Menahem Golan (Masters of the Universe), Julian Beck (Poltergeist II: The Other Side), Phil Koeghen (Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II), Lee Majdoub (Sonic the Hedgehog), Keith MacKechnie (Supernatural), Tommy Hinkley (The Little Vampire), Joe Robinson (Thor and the Amazon Women), Ara Celi (Bruce Almighty), Dave O’Brien (The Devil Bat), Jack Holt (Cat People), Don Thai Theerathada (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), Corey Hart (Future Man), Athene Seyler (Night of the Demon), Fred Mancuso (Lucifer), Jason Smith (Power Rangers Jungle Fury), Clyde Howdy (Get Smart), George R. Stewart (Earth Abides), Gary Brandner (The Howling), Robin Wasserman (Skinned)…

#OTD (30 May) in geeky history in 2003: Bhoot opens

Born #OTD (30 May) in geeky history: Idina Menzel (Frozen), Stephen Tobolowsky (Spaceballs), John Ross Bowie (Heroes), Mark Sheppard (Supernatural), Rachael Stirling (Snow White and the Huntsman), Ted McGinley (Transformers: Robots in Disguise), Colm Meaney (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Michael J. Pollard (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jared Gilmer (Once Upon a Time), Clint Walker (Small Soldiers), Ruta Lee (The Doomsday Machine), Duncan Jones (Moon), Keir Dullea (2001: A Space Odyssey), Agnès Varda (The Creatures), Stephanie Hunt (April Apocalypse), Jake Short (Mighty Med), Jessica Jade Andres (The Last Airbender), Jenny Mollen (Angel), Mel Blanc (What’s Opera, Doc?), Catherine Corcoran (Caesar and Otto’s Paranormal Halloween), Omri Katz (Eerie, Indiana), Howard Hawks (The Thing from Another World), Tonya Pinkins (Enchanted), Harry Enfield (Robbie the Reindeer in Legend of the Lost Tribe), Joachim Rønning (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Paul Cameron (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Meredith MacRae (Batman: The Animated Series), Douglas Fowley (Cat-Women of the Moon), Elyssa Davalos (Knight Rider), Deanna Lund (Land of the Giants), Adam Bond (Good Omens), John Terlesky (Guardian), Tadhg Murphy (Boy Eats Girl), Will Peltz (In Time), Philip Bretherton (Young Dracula), Ryûhei Kitamura (Godzilla: Final Wars), Fahim Fazli (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Jimmy Lydon (The Six Million Dollar Man), Joshua Bryant (Starman), Frank Harts (The Leftovers), Blake Bashoff (Minority Report), Sôta Fukushi (Kamen Rider Fourze), Minae Noji (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Peter Leeds (The Atomic Kid), Norman Eshley (Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)), Hugh Griffith (The Abominable Dr. Phibes), James McGowan (Total Recall), Lynda Wiesmeier (Teen Wolf), Franklin J. Schaffner (Planet of the Apes), Tracey Childs (Doctor Who), Ceelo Green (Teen Titans Go!), Wynonna Judd (Touched By an Angel), Charlotte Brändström (Counterpart), Cynthia Gouw (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier), David Ackroyd (The Dark Secret of Harvest Home), Mason Lee (Lucy), Buddy Joe Hooker (Star Trek: First Contact), Jake Roberts (Trancers 4: Jack of Swords), Kevin Covais (Transformers: Age of Extinction), Rie Kugimiya (Fairy Tail), Ha-kyun Shin (Save the Green Planet!), Renee Allman (Enicno Man), Kevin Eastman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Elijah Baker (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Tod Campbell (Stranger Things), Ali Adler (Supergirl), Darren E. Scott (Almost Human), Tammy Parks (Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold), Ethan Tobman (The Exorcist), Hal Clement (Mission of Gravity)…

#OTD (29 May) in geeky history in 1968: Brides of Blood opens in Lima, OH

Born #OTD (29 May) in geeky history: Pearl Mackie (Doctor Who), Riley Keough (Mad Max: Fury Road), Maika Monroe (It Follows), Ted Levine (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), Annette Benning (Captain Marvel), Alessandra Torresani (Caprica), Zulay Henao (S. Darko), Rupert Everett (Cemetery Man), Paloma Kwiatkowski (Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters), Adrian Paul (Highlander), Laverne Cox (The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again), Gregg Sulkin (Runaways), Lisa Whelchel (The New Mickey Mouse Club), Anita Briem (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Jay Paulson (Beyond), Danny Elfman (Forbidden Zone), Clifton James (Superman II), Gursimran Sandhu (Game of Thrones), Erica Lindbeck (Spider-Man), Karla DeVito (Bonkers), David Burtka (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Brandon Mychal Smith (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Justin Chon (Twilight), Jesse Camacho (Kids vs Monsters), Bob Hope (The Ghost Breakers), Kevin Conway (The Outer Limits), Aura Garrido (The Ministry of Time), Julie Cobb (Star Trek: The Original Series), Mel B (Blazing Samurai), Wayne Duvall (BrainDead), Matthew Porretta (Dracula: Dead and Loving It), Adam Brown (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug), Sebastian Shaw (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Stacey Keach Sr. (Pet Sematary), Michole Briana White (Encino Man), Steve Cardenas (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Robert Axelrod (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Blake Foster (Power Rangers Turbo), Nanette Newman (The Stepford Wives), Iris Adrian (Freaky Friday), Oliver Muirhead (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Cotter Smith (X2), Chris Violette (Diary of the Dead), Forbes KB (Game of Thrones), Dylan Posti (Muppets Most Wanted), Ben Mansfield (Primeval), Baynes Barron (From Hell It Came), Leilah De Mezza (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Carmelo Anthony (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows), Mathew Waters (Peter Pan), John D. LeMay (Friday the 13th: The Series), Peter Chernin (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), T.H. White (The Sword in the Stone), Max Brand (The Smoking Land), Louise Cooper (The King’s Demon)…

#OTD (28 May) in geeky history in 1993: Super Mario Bros. movie opens

Born #OTD (28 May) in geeky history: Christa Miller (The Andromeda Strain), Jessica Rothe (Happy Death Day), Megalyn Echikunwoke (Damien), Jake Johnson (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Carey Mulligan (Doctor Who), Kylie Minogue (Doctor Who), Anne Reid (Doctor Who), Michelle Collins (Doctor Who), Rafi Gavron (Inkheart), Alexa Davalos (The Chronicles of Riddick), Laura Bailey (Spider-Man), Kate Ashfield (Shaun of the Dead), Sondra Locke (The Shadow of Chikara), Cameron Boyce (Descendants), Jesse Bradford (Clockstoppers), Joseph Cross (Jack Frost), Monica Keena (Freddy vs. Jason), Nonso Anozie (Cinderella), Raza Jaffrey (Lost in Space), James Michael Tyler (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Carroll Baker (The Watcher in the Woods), Justin Kirk (Wayward Pines), Krista Kosonen (Blade Runner 2049), Emily O’Brien (Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series), Leah Ayres (Sliders), John Payne (34th Street), Ashley Laurence (Hellraiser), Patricia Quinn (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Zelda Rubinstein (Poltergeist), Townsend Coleman (The Tick), Beth Howland (The Tick), Glenn Quinn (Angel), Martha Vickers (Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man), Julie Peasgood (House of the Long Shadows), Julie T. Wallace (The Fifth Element), Sandy Helberg (Spaceballs), Toby Hemingway (The Covenant), Brandon Cruz (The Incredible Hulk), Alon Aboutboul (The Dark Knight Rises), Clement von Franckenstein (Death Becomes Her), Jessika Van (The Messengers), John Wells (Doom: Annihilation), Violet Hicks (American Horror Story), John Karlen (Dark Shadows), Shane Rimmer (Thunderbirds), Jason Kravitz (The Stepford Wives), Thora Hird (The Quatermass Xperiment), Clement von Franckenstein (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Beth Allen (The Tribe), Jacob Kogan (The Tomorrow People), Roger Kumble (Stitchers), Edith Massey (Mutants in Paradise), Christian Alvart (Pandorum), Frank Middlemas (The 10th Kingdom), Christine Scherer (True Blood), Meisa Kuroki (Space Battleship Yamato), Don Burgess (Contact), Denis Akiyama (Pixels), Marshall Reed (The Mysterious Island), Robbi Chong (Poltergeist: The Legacy), Natalie Norwick (Star Trek: The Original Series), Fabrizio Zacharee Guido (World War Z), Rachel Kempson (Curse of the Fly), Michael Barrett (Ted), Horst Frank (The Head), Hank Mann (Space Master X-7), Ian Fleming (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)

#OTD (27 May) in geeky history in 1988: Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Born #OTD (27 May) in geeky history: Vincent Price (The Last Man on Earth), Christopher Lee (Horror of Dracula), Peri Gilpin (Disney’s Hercules), Paul Bettany (Avengers: Infinity War), Chelsea Field (Masters of the Universe), Ben Feldman (Cloverfield), Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid’s Tale), Bella HeathCoate (Dark Shadows), Izabela Vidovic (Supergirl), Lily-Rose Depp (Voyagers), Kip Niven (Damnation Alley), Linnea Quigley (The Return of the Living Dead), Cindy Sampson (Supernatural), Eddie McClintock (Warehouse 13), Jack McBrayer (Wreck-It Ralph), Richard Schiff (Man of Steel), Lee Meriwether (The Time Tunnel), Louis Gossett Jr. (Enemy Mine), Shanola Hampton (Suburban Gothic), André Benjamin (Charlotte’s Web), Todd Bridges (2064: Read Only Memories), Jo Ann Harris (Goober and the Ghost Chasers), Steve Franken (Westworld), Bruce Weitz (Deep Impact), Ken Lerner (The Running Man), Lewis Collins (Tarzan), Steven Brill (Little Nicky), Monika Schnarre (BeastMaster), Andrew Francis (The Invisible), Brad Payton (Rampage), Jane Musky (My Super Ex-Girfriend), Adam Carolla (Wreck-It Ralph), Shiloh Jolie-Pitt (Kung Fu Panda 3), Michael Steger (True Blood), Giovanni Gopradi (True Blood), Dondre Whitfield (Ghost Whisperer), Alicia Sixtos (The Avengers), Mikki Padilla (Point of Contact), Laura Dean (Starla and the Jewel Riders), Michelan Sisti (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Chelsea Gilligan (Star-Crossed), Stephen Lovett (Ash vs Evil Dead) Cathy Silvers (Follow That Bird), Raye Birk (Black Scorpion), Dan Mindel (John Carter), Sandra Shaw (King Kong), Chris Roberts (Outlander), Willie Best (The Monster and the Ape), Ray Montgomery (Rocky Jones, Space Ranger), Laura Mooney (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Portia Nelson (Doctor Dolittle), Ann Nelson (Jekyll and Hyde…Together Again), Greg Hicks (Snow White and the Huntsman), Harlan Ellison (I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream), John Kendrick Bangs (The Enchanted Type-Writer), Chris Colfer (The Wishing Spell)…

#OTD (26 May) in geeky history: in 1897 – Dracula published

Born #OTD (26 May) in geeky history: Peter Cushing (Horror of Dracula), Helena Bonham Carter (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix), Pam Grier (Smallville), Ashley Massaro (Smallville), Margaret Colin (Independence Day), John Wayne (Noah’s Ark), Bobcat Goldthwait (Skylanders Academy), Astrid Bergès-Frisbey (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword), Doug Hutchison (The Green Mile), Musetta Vander (Stargate SG-1), Kerry Ingram (Game of Thrones), Julie Plec (The Originals), Elisabeth Harnois (Point Pleasant), Alex Garland (Ex Machina), Laurence Fox (The Frankenstein Chronicles), James Arness (The Thing from Another World), Lenny Kravitz (The Hunger Games), Nicki Aycox (Supernatural), Lisa Niemi (Supernatural), Roy Dotrice (Beauty and the Beast), Genie Francis (The Incredible Hulk), Tarsem Singh (Emerald City), Philip Michael Thomas (Wonder Woman), Adam Robitel (Insidious: The Last Key), Selenis Leyva (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Jay Silverheels (The Phantom), Kevin Gage (Jurassic City), Matt Stone (South Park), Stevie Nicks (American Horror Story), Nanrisa Lee (American Horror Story), Peggy Lee (Lady and the Tramp), Shannon Kenny (The Invisible Man), Benji Gregory (ALF), Marcus Nispel (Conan the Barbarian), Rachael Blake (Gods of Egypt), John Dall (Atlantis: The Lost Continent), T.H. Ramin (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Robert Morley (Alice in Wonderland), Jacques Bergerac (Batman), Rochelle Okoye (Deadpool), Tamara Clatterbuck (The X-Files), Dayle Haddon (Cyborg), Richard Harrison (Kronos), Barbara Stock (Wizards of the Lost Kingdom), Alexander Karim (Real Humans), Alec McCowen (The Witches), Paul Lukas (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Ole Bornedal (The Possession), Matthew Robinson (The Invention of Lying), Jean Sullivan (Squirm), Charles Winninger (Science Fiction Theatre), Sam Edwards (Captain Midnight), Charles Stevens (Captain Midnight), Bryan Konietzko (Avatar: The Last Airbender), Ned Dowd (Reign of Fire), Matthew Currie Holmes (Demon Legacy), Dorothy Christy (The Phantom Empire), Geoffrey Unsworth (2001: A Space Odyssey), Camila Greenberg (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight), Carleton G. Young (Adventures of Superman), Billy Beck (Near Dark), Sheila Steafel (The 10th Kingdom), Paul Wallace (The Wild Wild West), Danny Green (The 7th Voyage of Sinbad), Hrach Titizian (The Men Who Stare at Goats), Joman Chiang (Ghost Net), Donald Losby (The Twilight Zone), Will Anderson (BloodRayne), Uta Levka (The Monster of Blackwood Castle)…

#OTD (25 May) in geeky history in 1977: Star Wars opens

Born #OTD (25 May) in geeky history: Ann Robinson (The War of the Worlds), Cillian Murphy (The Dark Knight), Esmé Bianco (Game of Thrones), Octavia Spencer (The Shape of Water), Mike Myers (Shrek), Ethan Suplee (Santa Clarita Diet), Jacki Weaver (The Voices), Anne Heche (Aftermath), Ray Stephenson (Thor), Ian McKellan (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Leslie Uggams (Deadpool), Frank Oz (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), Patti D’Arbanville (Time After Time), Jamie Kennedy (Son of the Mask), Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers), Connie Sellecca (The Greatest American Hero), Joseph D. Reitman (Happy), Steve Cochran (Wonder Man), Kevin Heffernan (Time Traveling Bong), Molly Sims (The Twilight Zone), Brec Bassinger (Stargirl), Joe Anoa’i (The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!), Karen Valentine (It’s About Time), Brandon Perea (The OA), Claude Akins (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Susan Diol (Star Trek: Voyager), Dixie Carter (Out of the Blue), Demitri Martin (We Bare Bears), Deanna Dunagan (The Strain), David Burke (The Woman in Black), J. Michael Tatum (Attack on Titan), Steven Krueger (The Originals), Victoria Shaw (Westworld), Fryda Wolff (Avengers Assemble), Jamie Foreman (Inkheart), Will Janowitz (Mattie Fresno and the Holoflux Universe), Cahtryn Harrison (Black Moon), Corbin Allred (Teen Angel), Barbara Luddy (Sleeping Beauty), Michael Benyaer (Deadpool), Eli Craig (Tucker and Dale vs Evil), Kick Gurry (Edge of Tomorrow), Matt Borlenghi (Camel Spiders), Bob Gale (Back to the Future), Terra Jole (Mansion of Blood), Sarah Marshall (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jordi Webber (Power Rangers Ninja Steel), Taylor Treadwell (The Vampire Diaries), Joe Unger (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Michael Zorek (Teen Wolf Too), Roger Bowen (Zapped!), Susan Morrow (Cat-Women of the Moon), Eilene Janssen (The Space Children), Hersha Parady (Hyper Sapien: People from Another Star), Randall Carver (The Six Million Dollar Man), Henry Calvin (Babes in Toyland), Markiss McFadden (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), Dermott Downs (Doom Patrol), Trevor Morris (Immortals), Bill Fellows (Wolfblood), Edward Bulwer-Lytton (The Coming Race), Phyllis Gotlieb (Sunburst), W.P. Kinsella (Shoeless Joe), Janet Morris (Heroes in Hell)…

#OTD (24 May) in geeky history in 1989: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade opens

Born #OTD (24 May) in geeky history: Doug Jones (The Shape of Water), John C. Reilly (Wreck-It Ralph), Kristin Scott Thomas (Tomb Raider), Jim Broadbent (Game of Thrones), Callie Hernandez (Alien: Covenant), Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2), Sybil Danning (Battle Beyond the Stars), Will Sasso (The Orville), Dana Ashbrook (Twin Peaks), Priscilla Presley (Touched by an Angel), Gary Burghoff (Wonder Woman), Brianne Howey (The Exorcist), Bryan Greenberg (The Tick), Dash Mihok (The Day After Tomorrow), Roger Deakins (Blade Runner 2049), Tommy Chong (Zootopia), Greg Berlanti (The Flash), Jo Joyner (The Confessions of Dorian Gray), Eric Close (Dark Skies), Cayden Boyd (X-Men: The Last Stand), Michael Lonsdale (Moonraker), Kimberley Crossman (Power Rangers Samurai), Sarah Hagan (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Bobby Lockwood (Wolfblood), Nell Campbell (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Lilli Palmer (The Boys from Brazil), Mai Zetterling (The Witches), Willis Bouchey (The Twilight Zone), Peter Whitney (Adventures of Superman), Carl Anthony Payne II (Quantum Leap), Gene Anthony Ray (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Carla Ferrigno (The Adventures of Hercules), Billy L. Sullivan (Tank Girl), Julie Dretzin (Beastly), Johannes Roberts (Darkhunters), Timothy Brown (Frequency), Amelia Cooke (Alien Agent), Gema Zamprogna (Forever Knight), Don Megowan (The Creation of the Humanoids), Patti LaBelle (American Horror Story), Victor Browne (Tremors), Sandi Gardiner (Star Citizen), Mark Hulswit (Hercules and the Princess of Troy), Erin Marie Garrett (Little Mermaid), Alan Toy (Black Magic Woman), Ricky Mabe (Frankenstein and Me), Benjamin Sutherland (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Pedro Gonzales Gonzales (Ghost Writer), Bill Thornbury (Phantasm), Fiona Walker (Doctor Who), Charles De’Ath), Shirish Kunder (Joker), Julián Villagrán (The Ministry of Time), Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Jordan Metcalfe (Genie in the House), Yana Nirvana (Max Headroom)…

#OTD (23 May) in geeky history in 1994: The Flintstones premieres in New Rock…er, New York City (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (23 May) in geeky history: Melissa McBride (The Walking Dead), Ryan Coogler (Black Panther), D.J. Cotrona (Shazam!), H. John Benjamin (Archer), Joan Collins (Star Trek: The Original Series), LaMonica Garrett (Supergirl), Lea DeLaria (The Oblongs), Karen Duffy (Fantastic Mr. Fox), John Ortiz (Kong: Skull Island), Drew Carey (Robots), Linden Ashby (Mortal Kombat), Linda Thompson (RoboCop 2), Felissa Rose (Zombiegeddon), Guinevere Turner (Superpowerless), Jewel Kilcher (Axe Cop), Mark Arnold (Teen Wolf), Scatman Crothers (The Shining), Kelly Monaco (Idle Hands), Alexander De Jordy (Between), Tom Tykwer (Cloud Atlas), Barbara Barrie (Tucker’s Witch), O-Lan Jones (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children), James Gleason (Here Comes Mr. Jordan), Lane Garrison (The Messengers), Adam Wylie (Legion of Super Heroes), Linda Watkins (From Hell It Came), Jesse Heiman (Chuck), Nigel Davenport (Phase IV), Beverly Leech (Star Trek: Voyager), Laurel Holloman (Angel), Douglas Fairbanks (The Thief of Bagdad), Betty Garrett (Trail of the Screaming Forehead), Myko Olivier (Miss 2059), Alki David (Fish Tales), Patricia Barnstable (Quark), Cyb Barnstable (Quark), Matt Gourley (Time Belt), Zalman King (Galaxy of Terror), Herbert Marshall (The Fly), Colleen Flynn (The X-Files), Gavin Free (The Weird Place), Wotan Wilke Möhring (Pandorum), Ulla Jacobsson (Phantom Carriage), Bernadette Beck (R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour), Kristin Rudrüd (Pleasantville), Jeanette Brox (Heroes), Frank McHugh (Mighty Joe Young), Hal Landon Jr. (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Charles Kimbrough (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), Laura Devon (The Twilight Zone), John Solomon (The Last Man on Earth), Iona Morris (X-Men: The Animated Series), Nicole Jaffe (Scooby Doo, Where Are You!), Paul Wexler (Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze), Marius Goring (Doctor Who), Alex Henteloff (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home), Edna Skinner (Mister Ed), Ted Jordan (Land of the Giants), Vivian Bonnell (Ghost), Staci Greason (Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood), Bill McCutcheon (Santa Claus Conquers the Martians), Corinne Conley (War of the Worlds), Chris Udnarvoky (The Other), Ralph Dunn (Wonder Man), Kappei Yamaguchi (Death Note), Jennifer Daniel (Adam Adamant Lives!), Sebastián Cordero (Europa Report), Alice Dinnean (The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance), Kario Salem (The Time Crystal), James Blish (Cities in Flight), Susan Cooper (The Dark Is Rising), Scott O’Dell (The Captive), Isidore Haiblum (The Tsaddik of the Seven Wonders)…

#OTD (22 May) in geeky history in 1992: Encino Man opens

Born #OTD (22 May) in geeky history: Camren Bicondova (Gotham), Molly Ephraim (Paranormal Activity 2), Ginnifer Goodwin (Once Upon a Time), Alison Eastwood (Shadow People), Sean Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy), Maggie Q (Divergent), Nazanin Boniadi (Counterpart), Tao Okamoto (The Wolverine), Laurence Olivier (Clash of the Titans), Brooke Smith (Supergirl), Ann Cusack (Tank Girl), Alexandra Dowling (Game of Thrones), Michael Kelly (Man of Steel), A.J. Langer (Escape from L.A.), Nikolaj Lee Kaas (Truly Human), Heida Reed (True Bloodthirst), Richard Benjamin (Westworld), Noa Tishby (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past), Merry Anders (Women of the Prehistoric Planet), Susan Strasberg (The Returning), Michael Sarrazin (The Reincarnation of Peter Proud), Paul Winfield (The Terminator), Cheryl Campbell (Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes), Barbara Parkins (The Mephisto Waltz), Karoline Herfurth (Ghosthunters: On Icy Trails), Michael Constantine (Thinner), Lexy Panterra (Boo! A Madea Halloween), Bradley Martyn (Boo! A Madea Halloween), Naomi Campbell (American Horror Story), Sid Melton (Captain Midnight), Lucy Gordon (Spider-Man 3), John Nolan (Batman Begins), Brody Stevens (Adventure Time), Linda Emond (Gemini Man), Gary Sweet (Edge of Twilight), Max Brooks (World War Z), Frank Converse (Solarbabies), Michael Kostroff (Luke Cage), Holly Conrad (Shelf Life), Mark Christopher Lawrence (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Mike Muscat (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Ania Mason (Supernatural), Shirley Bonne (Star Trek: The Original Series), Charlie DePew (The Amazing Spider-Man), Chris Pedersen (Night of the Comet), Jack Kehler (The Man in the High Castle), Hideaki Anno (Shin Godzilla), James Lorinz (RoboCop 3), Marilyn Joi (Kentucky Fried Movie), David Schneider (28 Days Later…), Gary Kasper (Batman Forever), Quinn Martin (The Invaders), Nathan Davis (Holes), Natasha Shneider (2010: The Year We Make Contact), Apolo Ohno (Tasmanian Devils), J. Grant Albrecht (Destroy All Humans!), Marc Trottier (Hardhat), David Holcolmb (The Vampire Diaries), John Lazar (Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold), Kent Cheng (Mermaid Got Married), Eva Carlton (Little), Richard Wagner (The Ring), Arthur Conan Doyle (The Lost World)…

#OTD (21 May) in geeky history in 1954: Monster from the Ocean Floor opens

Born #OTD (21 May) in geeky history: Fairuza Balk (The Craft), Brett Tucker (Thunder Stone), Lisa Edelstein (The Legend of Korra), Judge Reinhold (The Santa Clause), Noel Fielding (The Mighty Boosh), Raymond Burr (Godzilla), Mr. T (Sabrina, the Animated Series), Jonathan Hyde (Jumanji), Nick Cassavetes (The Wraith), Sarah Ramos (Ghost Whisperer), Robert Montgomery (Here Comes Mr. Jordan), Olivia Olson (Adventure Time), Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), Jeanne Bates (The Phantom), Renée Soutendijk (Suspiria), Juliet Cowan (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Bill Williams (The Giant Spider Invasion), Carol Potter (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Richard Libertini (DuckTales), Hutch Dano (Zombeavers), Alice Drummond (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective), Brighid Fleming (Dog with a Blog), Kay Kendall (Meet Mr. Lucifer), Morgan Benoit (Max Steel), Scotty Leavenworth (Donnie Darko), Trevor Cooper (Star Cops), Rick Jason (Wonder Woman), Peggy Cass (The Leprechaun’s Winter Gold), Ross Hagen (Wonder Women), Fallon Brooking (The Stepford Wives), Inge Hornstra (Chameleon), Cathleen Cordell (The Return of the Living Dead), Jim Goodwin (Star Trek: The Original Series), Janice Karman (Alvin & the Chipmunks), Joe Alves (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Ben Lemon (Liar Liar), Melanie Ehrlich (The OA), Bruce Buffer (Hot Tub Time Machine 2), Arthur Hohl (Island of Lost Souls), Craig Zimmerman (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), J. Elvis Weinstein (Mystery Science Theater 3000), Manly Wade Wellman (Sherlock Holmes’ War of the Worlds)

#OTD (20 May) in geeky history in 1944: Between Two Worlds opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (20 May) in geeky history: Jack Gleeson (Game of Thrones), Owen Teale (Game of Thrones), Timothy Olyphant (Santa Clarita Diet), Michaela McManus (The Vampire Diaries), Matt Czuchry (Eight Legged Freaks), Tony Goldwyn (Ghost), Cher (The Witches of Eastwick), James Stewart (Harvey), Robert Emms (Atlantis), Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House), Bronson Pinchot (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Matt McCoy (Carnivàle), John Billingsley (Star Trek: Enterprise), Mindy Cohn (What’s New, Scooby-Doo?), Jane Wiedlin (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated), Anthony Zerbe (The Omega Man), Tahmoh Penikett (Battlestar Galactica), Gina Ravera (Arrow), Joan Staley (Batman), Stephanie Niznik (Star Trek: Insurrection), George Gobel (The Day It Came to Earth), David Proval (The Phantom), David Hedison (The Fly), Constance Towers (The Outer Limits), Dean Butler (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Jana Pallaske (Speed Racer), Ray Chase (One-Punch Man), Marla Sucharetza (RoboCop), James McEachin (2010), Dave Thomas (Coneheads), Chad Connell (Shadowhunters), Candace Bailey (Tak 2: The Staff of Dreams), Eric Norris (Universal Soldier), Kris Van Damme (Universal Soldier: Regeneration), Jenny Funnell (Bloodborne), Jason Cermak (Zoo), Joe Cocker (Across the Universe), Jon Amiel (The Core), Busta Rhymes (Halloween: Resurrection), Edith Fellows (Tales of Tomorrow), Judy Kuhn (Enchanted), John Emery (Kronos), Miriam Parrish (Brimstone), Maryedith Burrell (Eve of Destruction), Will Lyman (Mann & Machine), Jerry Hausner (Nanny and the Professor), Frank Medrano (Torchwood), Marc Thompson (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Estelle Taylor (The Revenge of Tarzan), Paolo Seganti (Babylon 5), James Staley (Mork & Mindy), Sherry Lynn (Toy Story), Neil McCallum (Moon Zero Two), Frank Salsedo (Power Rangers Zeo), Christian Juttner (The Bionic Woman), Taylor Fernandez (The Witch Files), Christine Matchett (The Outer Limits), Nathaniel Brown (Enter the Void), Peyton Clark (Mild Mannered), Gardner Fox (Justice League of America), Steve Jackson (GURPS)…

#OTD (19 May) in geeky history in 1999: the Love Hurts episode of Charmed; the Walter episode of Seven Days; the Extreme Measures episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; the Pendant episode of Sonic Underground

Born #OTD (19 May) in geeky history: Peter Mayhew (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Polly Walker (John Carter), Eleanor Tomlinson (Jack the Giant Slayer), Sarah Grey (Power Rangers), Bérénice Marlohe (Kill Switch), Grace Jones (Conan the Destroyer), André the Giant (The Princess Bride), Jason Gray-Stanford (Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century), James Fox (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Sean Whalen (All Superheroes Must Die), Geraldine Somerville (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Pat Roach (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Drew Fuller (Charmed), Nancy Kwan (Wonder Women), Nora Ephron (Bewitched), Claudia Karvan (Daybreakers), Alison Elliott (A Wrinkle in Time), Morten Tyldum (Counterpart), Jennifer Nash (Invisible: The Chronicles of Benjamin Knight), Jin Zhang (Pacific Rim: Uprising), Jon Kortajarena (Andron), Jayne Wisener (Boogeyman 3), Georges St-Pierre (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Dale Launer (Love Potion No. 9), Maile Flanagan (Naruto), Eric Lloyd (The Santa Clause), Bruce Bennett (Tarzan the Ape Man), Yayaying Rhatha Phongam (The Second Sight), Steven Ford (Starship Troopers), Trevor Peacock (Fred Claus), Calico Cooper (13/13/13), Roger Sloman (The Tomorrow People), Chris Chittell (The Tomorrow People), Kelly Sheridan (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Amanda De Cadenet (The Hunger), Pete Townshend (The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb), William Shewfelt (Power Rangers Ninja Steel), Dario Franchitti (Turbo), Dave Florek (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Szonja Oroszlán (The Martian), Michael Cochrane (Doctor Who), Stephen Young (Soylent Green), David Hartman (The Island at the Top of the World), Sanoe Lake (Creature of Darkness), Renée Asherson (The Others), Jim Ward (Ratchet & Clank), Paul Moriarty (The Haunted Hotel), Grant George (Avengers Assemble), Stephen Boxer (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Eve Brenner (The Great Mouse Detective), Jessica Fox (The Worst Witch), Katarzyna Wolejnio (Conan the Barbarian), Bryan Marshall (Quatermass and the Pit), David McLean (Deathsport), Milton Parsons (The Twilight Zone), Jann Carl (Captain America), Ozan Güven (G.O.R.A.), Stephanie Nadolny (Dragon Ball Z), Robert Harper (Creepshow), Bruce Jarchow (Ghost), Joey Ramone (Rock ‘n’ Roll High School), James MacDonald (Cinderella), Brian Udovich (Dimension 404), James Greene (From Hell), Kiera Cass (The Queen)…

#OTD (18 May) in geeky history in 2004: The Mighty Boosh TV series debut

Born #OTD (18 May) in geeky history: Tina Fey (Muppets Most Wanted), Spencer Breslin (The Cat in the Hat), Miriam Margoyles (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Allen Leech (Primeval), Violett Beane (The Flash), Luke Kleintank (The Man in the High Castle), Hugh Keays-Byrne (Mad Max: Fury Road), Yun-Fat Chow (The Monkey King), Pernell Roberts (The Six Million Dollar Man), Andreas Katsulas (Babylon 5), Nathaniel Parker (Stardust), Matt Long (Helix), Priscilla Pointer (Carrie), Cynthia Preston (Carrie), Frank Capra (It’s a Wonderful Life), Robert Morse (Teen Titans Go!), Patrick St. Esprit (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Diane McBain (Batman), Gail Strickland (Dark Shadows), Chad Donella (Final Destination), Karel Roden (Hellboy), Dwayne Hickman (Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine), Holly Aird (The Tale of Beatrix Potter), Robert J. Wilke (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Nancy Juvonen (Donnie Darko), Bill Macy (Touched by an Angel), Bob Stephenson (Just Add Magic), Mark Mothersbaugh (What We Do in the Shadows), Lillian Doucet-Roche (The Flash), Claudia Bryar (I Was a Teenage Frankenstein), Jenn Gotzon Chandler (Hulk), Candice Azzarra (Joan of Arcadia), Saskia Mulder (The Descent), Alana Stewart (The Bionic Woman), Denny Dillon (Ice Age), Michael J. Rogers (Continuum), Liam Sullivan (Star Trek: The Original Series), Mike Darnell (Big John, Little John), Toyah Wilcox (The Tempest), Thomas Gottschalk (Zookeeper), James Donald (Quatermass and the Pit), James Stephens (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Ryan Cooley (My Best Friend Is an Alien), Emmy Robbin (From Dusk Til Dawn: The Series), Sara Shane (The Outer Limits), Teo Halm (Earth to Echo), Terence J. Rotolo (The Scorpion King), George E. Stone (The Vampire Bat), John Abineri (Doctor Who), Asia Vieira (Flash Forward), Elizabeth Rogers (Star Trek: The Original Series), Shichinosuke Nakamura (The Tale of the Princess Kaguya), Tom Culler (Avengers: Infinity War). Brian Cutler (Mork & Mindy), Ray Lonnen (Doctor Who), Martin Bregman (The Shadow), Rick Wakeman (Journey to the Centre of the Earth), Eric West (World War Z), Thomas Byrd (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Fred Saberhagen (The Dracula Tape)…

#OTD (17 May) in geeky history in 1946: The Cat Creeps opens

Born #OTD (17 May) in geeky history: Bill Paxton (Aliens), Paige Turco (The 100), Nikki Reed (Sleepy Hollow), Erin Richards (Gotham), Levin Rambin (The Hunger Games), Lena Waithe (Ready Player One), Dennis Hopper (Waterworld), Ross Butler (Shazam!), Karrueche Tran (3-Headed Shark Attack), Sendhil Ramamurthy (Beauty and the Beast), Craig Ferguson (How to Train Your Dragon), Matthew McGrory (Charmed), Grace Zabriskie (Charmed), Sophie McShera (Cinderella), Rochelle Aytes (Trick ‘r Treat), Derek Hough (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Bob Saget (Full Moon High), David Eigenberg (Garfield), Olivia Luccardi (It Follows), Hill Harper (Limitless), Tahj Mowry (Kim Possible), Amy Gumenick (Arrow), Peter Gerety (Life on Mars), Maureen O’Sullivan (Tarzan the Ape Man), Corey Johnson (Ruby Strangelove: Young Witch), Leehom Wan (UglyDolls), Trent Reznor (Twin Peaks), Bruce Thomas (Army of Darkness), Joan Blackman (Visit to a Small Planet), Cameron Bancroft (Supernatural), Ryan Ochoa (A Christmas Carol), Alik Sakharov (Game of Thrones), Jerry Lanning (Damn Yankees), Alejandro Edda (Fear the Walking Dead), Daniel Curtis Lee (The Sound of Magic), Whip Hubley (Species), Peter Hinwood (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Paul Whitehouse (Corpse Bride), Jordan Rubin (Zombeavers), Jason Bernard (Liar Liar), Dawn Dunlap (Forbidden World), Ayda Field (Strange Wilderness), Yôko Shimada (Kamen Rider), Bobby Porter (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Richard Leacock (Altantic Rim: Resurrection), Alexis Llewellyn (The Chronicles of Riddick), Howard Ashman (Little Shop of Horrors), Armand Schultz (The Happening), Doria Cook-Nelson (The Swarm), Jonathan “Lil J” McDaniel (That’s So Raven), Al White (Back to the Future II), Taj Mahal (Aaahh!!! Real Monsters), Alice Backes (The Twonky), Melissa Santos (Coco), Jay Anthony Franke (Deus Ex), Dessy Slavova (Hellboy), Deborah Dutch (Hollywood Warrioress), Cosma Shiva Hagen (Speed Racer), Kevin Scott Frakes (Hereditary), Ruth Donnelly (The Ghost Goes Wild), F. Paul Wilson (The Tomb), Garret Smith (Between Worlds), Gary Paulsen (The Time Hackers), Grace Lin (Where the Mountain Meet the Moon)…

#OTD (16 May) in geeky history in 1969: The Blood Beast Terror opens

Born #OTD (16 May) in geeky history: Lynn Collins (John Carter), Megan Fox (Transformers), Thomas Brodie-Sangster (The Maze Runner), Pierce Brosnan (Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief), Melanie Lynskey (Future-Worm!), Danny Trejo (From Dusk Till Dawn), David Boreanaz (Angel), Joseph Morgan (The Originals), Debra Winger (Wonder Woman), Jim Sturgess (Cloud Atlas), Yannick Bisson (Another WolfCop), Tiya Sircar (The Good Place), Henry Fonda (Meteor), Vincent Regan (Snow White and the Huntsman), Tori Spelling (Peter Pan and the Never Land Pirates), Mare Winningham (American Horror Story), Jing Lusi (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Yvonne Craig (Batman), Khary Payton (The Walking Dead), Miles Heizer (Ghost Whisperer), Tracey Gold (Arachnoquake), Harry Carey Jr. (Gremlins), Ramon Tikaram (Jupiter Ascending), Janet Jackson (Nutty Professor II: The Klumps), Jessica Morris (A Mermaid for Christmas), Kevin McDonald (Invader Zim), Vincent LaRusso (Superhero Movie), Stephen Mangan (Dirk Gently), Rebecca Front (Transformers: The Last Knight), Frances Sholto-Douglas (Black Mirror), Drew Roy (Falling Skies), Stanislav Yaneski (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Bill Smitrovich (The Last Ship), Laurette Spang (Battlestar Galactica), Brian F. O’Byrne (The Magicians), Julia Voth (Project S.E.R.A.), Jacob Zachar (Project S.E.R.A.), Marc John Jeffries (The Haunted Mansion), Barbara Nedeljakova (Sky Sharks), Jesper Christensen (Revelations), Taylor Holmes (Sleeping Beauty), Jocelyn Lane (The Gamma People), Atticus Mitchell (The Colony), Ji-Hoon Ju (The Devil), Jason “Wee-Man” Acuña (Elf-Man), Danielle Spencer (BeastMaster), Ivy George (Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension), Sean Carrigan (John Carter), Liberace (Batman), Jessica Belkin (American Horror Story), Laurie Bartram (Friday the 13th), Barry Atwater (Star Trek: The Original Series), Rupert Young (Merlin), Jack Dodson (Something Wicked This Way Comes), Jordan Downey (ThanksKilling), Deborah Riley (Game of Thrones), Adam MacDonald (Jekyll + Hyde), Scott Reeves (The Munsters Today), Shane Madej (BuzzFeed Unsolved: Supernatural), Akemi Look (A Wrinkle in Time), Kirstin Maldonado (The Muppets), Christie Abbott (Wishbone), Richard Dempsey (The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe), Mary Gordon (Bride of Frankenstein), Donald Fullilove (Back to the Future), Allan Wasserman (Big), Roy Hudd (Cold Lazarus), Unshô Ishizuka (Wolf’s Rain), Steven Paul (Ghost in the Shell), Julia Davis (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Kenneth Ian Davis (Flight of the Navigator), Margret Rey (Curious George), Bruce Coville (I Was a Sixth Grade Alien)…
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#OTD (15 May) in geeky history in 1959: Invisible Invaders opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (15 May) in geeky history: Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Campfire Stories), David Krumholtz (Serenity), Sophie Cookson (The Huntsman: Winter’s War), Alexandra Breckenridge (American Horror Story), Nicola Walker (Thunderbirds), Caroline Dhavernas (Devil), Greg Wise (Ghost Stories for Christmas), Chazz Palminteri (Voltron), Lainie Kazan (Harry and the Hendersons), Ashlynn Yennie (True Blood), Robert Martin III (True Blood), Russell Hornsby (Grimm), James Mason (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Nicholas Hammond (The Amazing Spider-Man), Brenda Bakke (Colony), Inanna sarkis (Big Wolf on Campus), Grant Heslov (The Scorpion King), Lee Horsley (The Sword and the Sorcerer), Joseph Cotten (Soylent Green), Jacqui Holland (Dracula’s Sorority Sisters), Joseph Wiseman (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Jacqueline Scislowski (Power Rangers Beast Morphers), Jamie Harris (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Brigitte Bako (Godzilla: The Series), Gunilla Hutton (Fantasy Island), Constance Cummings (Blithe Spirit), Ahmet Zappa (Monster Witness Relocation Project), Matt Magnum (The Walking Dead), Tatsuya Fujiwara (Death Note), Jack Henry Robbins (Ghostmates), John Glen (Moonraker),Samantha Noble (Fringe), Peggy Pope (The Last Starfighter), Robert Meyer Burnett (Paradox), Lucy Fleming (Survivors), Adrienne Larussa (The Man Who Fell to Earth), Aaron Hale (Warehouse 13), Malcolm Stewart (Jumanji), John Blyth Barrymore (Full Moon High), Brian Tyler (Vamp Bikers), Anna Maria Alberghetti (Cinderfella), Richard Kahan (The 4400), Tyrone Savage (Redwall), Anthony Shaffer (The Wicker Man), Regis Cordic (The Transformers), James Mackenzie (Raven), Roy Stewart (Doctor Who), Edward Lasker (The Thing from Another World), Howard Morton (Tarzan), Kirk DeMicco (The Croods), David Healy (Labyrinth), L. Frank Baum (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz), Paul Zindel (Loch), Dave Wolverton (On My Way to Paradise)…

#OTD (14 May) in geeky history in 1982: Conan the Barbarian opens

Born #OTD (14 May) in geeky history: George Lucas (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future), Cate Blanchett (Thor: Ragnarok), Jessica Raine (An Adventure in Space and Time), Tim Roth (Planet of the Apes), Amber Tamblyn (Joan of Arcadia), Deanne Bray (Heroes), Lina Esco (Heroes: Destiny), Sofia Coppola (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Gabriel Mann (The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes), Miranda Cosgrove (Despicable Me), Francesca Annis (Dune), Siân Phillips (Dune), Danny Huston (American Horror Story), McKaley Miller (Wizards of Waverly Place), Ada Nicodemou (The Matrix), Greg Davies (Doctor Who), Jim Howick (Hellboy), Richard Deacon (The Birds), Alexandra Park (The Elephant Princess), Carla Jiminez (The Adventures of Puss in Boots), Jamie Draven (Residue), Michael Preston (Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn), Bobby Darin (Sesame Street), Keram Malicki-Sánchez (True Blood), Walter Olkewicz (True Blood), Alisa Marshall (True Blood) Mark Blum (Fringe), Taaffe O’Connell (Galaxy of Terror), Sasha Spielberg (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull), Adrian Rayment (The Matrix Reloaded), Neil Rayment (The Matrix Reloaded), Nancy Sorel (The Man in the High Castle), Rob Tapert (Timecop), Nadine Van der Velde (Critters), Natasha Ryan (The Amityville Horror), Riley Griffiths (Super 8), Sally Martin (Power Rangers Ninja Storm), Jack Watson (The Gorgon), Rob Gronkowski (Boss Level), Veruschka von Lehndorff (The Bride), Jennifer Billingsley (The Thirsty Dead), Brett Leonard (Virtuosity), June Duprez (The Thief of Bagdad), James Flavin (King Kong), Tamara Dobson (Jason of Star Command), Yutte Stensgaard (Zeta One), Prentis Hancock (Space:1999), Amber Wallace (The Vampire Diaries), Victor Miller (Friday the 13th), Joseph Zito (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Franca Bettoia (The Last Man on Earth), Urijah Faber (Rampage), Anais Granofsky (Re-Generation), László Kovács (Ghostbusters), Vivien Taylor (Outpost: Black Sun), Christopher Kriesa (The Dead the Damned and the Darkness), Jessica Boone (Dark Water), John Orr (Bigfoot Wars), Leon White (Fist of the North Star), Terence Longdon (The Martian Chronicles), Del Moore (The Nutty Professor), Molly McIntyre (Halloween Hell), Eoin Colfer (Artemis Fowl), Edwin L. Arnold (Gullivar of Mars), George Selden (The Cricket in Times Square)…

#OTD (13 May) in geeky history in 1935: Werewolf of London opens

Born #OTD (13 May) in geeky history: Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones), Samantha Morton (Minority Report), Robert Pattinson (Twilight), Alan Ball (True Blood), Brian Geraghty (True Blood), Debby Ryan (Ultimate Spider-Man), Zoë Wanamaker (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Harvey Keitel (Saturn 3), Candice King (The Vampire Diaries), Caitlin McHugh (The Vampire Diaries), Bea Arthur (The Star Wars Holiday Special), Hunter Parrish (17 Again), Lena Dunham (Adventure Time), Joe Johnston (Captain America: The First Avenger), Frances Barber (Doctor Who), Siobhan Fallon Hogan (Men in Black), Mark Heap (Stardust), Hugo Becker (Osmosis), Buck Taylor (Cowboys & Alien), Stephen Colbert (Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law), Tom Verica (The 4400), Brian Thomas Smith (A Good Knight’s Quest), Fred Melamed (Adventure Time), Robert Middleton (Get Smart), Tim Pigott-Smith (Clash of the Titans), Peter Onorati (Ghost Phone: Phone Calls from the Dead), Zlatko Buric (2012), Cody Heller (Deadbeat), Zohra Lampert (Let’s Scare Jessica to Death), Mika Abdalla (Barney & Friends), Franklin Ajaye (Hysterical), Susan Floyd (The Invasion), Dennis Rodman (3rd Rock from the Sun), Beverley Owen (The Munsters), Kirk Thornton (Blue Exorcist), Stevie Wonder (The Adventures of Pinocchio), Neil Hopkins (Lost), Anthony Ray Parker (The Matrix), Melinda Casey (The Outer Limits), Gisela Hahn (Battle of the Stars), Lillian Adams (Little Nicky), Derek Savage (Cool Cat Saves the Kids), Rafael Campos (Agent for H.A.R.M.), Imogen Boorman (Hellbound: Hellraiser II), Amariah Faulkner (Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood), Milton Johns (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), Wanda Acuna (Encino Man), Robin Groves (Silver Bullet), May Heatherly (Vampires), David Anselmo (V-Wars), Valerie McCaffrey (Dark City), Paul Tibbitt (SpongeBob SquarePants), Bridgett Riley (Watchmen), Simon Duggan (I, Robot), Marv Wolfman (Blade), Roger Zelazny (Nine Princes in Amber), Stephen R. Donaldson (Lord Foul’s Bane), Francine Pascal (Fearless)…

#OTD (12 May) in geeky history in 2009: S. Darko released on video (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (12 May) in geeky history: Rami Malek (BoJack Horseman), Emily VanCamp (Captain America: Civil War), Malin Ackerman (Watchmen), Domhnall Gleeson (Ex Machina), Odeya Rush (Goosebumps), Samantha Mathis (Under the Dome), Emilio Estevez (Repo Man), Luke Benward (Ravenswood), Ving Rhames (Day of the Dead), Gabriel Byrne (War of the Worlds), Deborah Kara Unger (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Catherine Tate (Doctor Who), Jason Biggs (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Mackenzie Astin (The Magicians), Stephen Baldwin (The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas), Bruce Boxleitner (Babylon 5), Lindsay Crouse (The Arrival), Jamie Luner (Warrior), Richard Riehle (The Man from Earth), Kim Fields (Mork & Mindy), Millie Perkins (Necronomicon: Book of Dead), Rachel Wilson (My Pal Satan), George Carlin (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Kim Greist (Brazil), Aaron Yoo (The Tomorrow People), Wilfrid Hyde-White (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Vanessa Willaims (Candyman), Alicja Bachleda (Ondine), Susan Hampshire (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Bruce McCulloch (Lilo & Stitch: The Series), Christian Campbell (Haven), Malcolm David Kelley (Lost), Kenton Duty (Lost), Aaron Abrams (Stargate: Atlantis), Jennifer Hetrick (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Gavin Hood (Stargate SG-1), April Grace (I Am Legend), Linda Dano (The Six Million Dollar Man), Luana Anders (Doppelganger), Philip Boyd (Deadland), Lar Park-Lincoln (Sky Sharks), Rebecca Herbst (Space Cases), Amy Sloan (The Day After Tomorrow), Tiffany Helm (Friday the 13th: A New Beginning), Tony Hawk (The Simpsons), Burt Bacharach (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Adam Johnson (Vamp U), David Newman (The Borrowers), Jamie Costa (Han Solo: A Smuggler’s Tale), Brad Morrow (The Adventures of Superman), Oscar Beregi Jr. (Young Frankenstein), Lorena Bernal (Chuck), Jerry Trimble (iZombie), Maxine Cooper (The Twilight Zone), John Paul Ruttan (RoboCop), Charles Carroll (RoboCop), Marisa Lauren (Superhero Movie), Morgan Weisser (The X-Files), Thorley Walters (Frankenstein Created Woman), Sara Kestleman (Zardoz), Anthony Brandon Wong (The Matrix Reloaded), Tony Oliver (Akira), Lionel Belmore (Frankenstein), Amy Wheaton (The Curse), Carla Hall (BoJack Horseman), Anna Graves (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Forbes March (Mutant X), Philip Gordon Wylie (When Worlds Collide), Edward Lear (The Owl and the Pussy-Cat), Barry B. Longyear (Circus World)…

#OTD (11 May) in geeky history in 1959: Once Upon a Mattress opens off-Broadway

Born #OTD (11 May) in geeky history: Jeffrey Donovan (Extinction), Lana Condor (Alita: Battle Angel), Mary Elizabeth Ellis (Santa Clarita Diet), Shohreh Aghdashloo (The Expanse), Natasha Richardson (The Handmaid’s Tale), Pam Ferris (Matilda), Frances Fisher (Watchmen), Sabrina Carpenter (Horns), Tim Blake Nelson (Fantastic Four), Jonathan Jackson (Tuck Everlasting), Cory Monteith (The Invisible), Warren Brown (Dead Set), Denver Pyle (Escape to Witch Mountain), Doug McClure (The Land That Time Forgot), Peyton Wich (Stranger Things), Austin O’Brien (The Lawnmower Man), Laetitia Casta (Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar), Karen Kilgariff (Super Adventure Team), Nicky Katt (Nicky Katt (Batman & Robin), Bernard Fox (Bewitched), Mark Neveldine (Gamer), Alex Weed (iZombie), Coby Bell (The Gifted), Marguerite MacIntyre (The Vampire Diaries), Andy On (League of Gods), Margaret Rutherford (Blithe Spirit), Stephanie Honoré (Navy Seals vs. Zombies), Kulap Vilaysack (Ghosted), Frank Thring (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome), Roark Critchlow (V), Doodles Weaver (Batman), JP Karliak (Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz), Phil Silvers (Damn Yankees), Aaron Pearl (Lost in Space), Yvonne Furneaux (The Mummy), Forster Brooks (Mork & Mindy), Tia Lynn Ballard (Fairy Tale), Brian Caspe (Hellboy), Caitlyn Dias (Inside Out), Margaret Kerry (Space Angel), Salvador Dali (Un Chien Andalou), Gerard Christopher (Superboy), Andre Gregory (Demolition Man), Pam St. Clement (Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time), Terence McGovern (Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance), Jennifer Butler (Groundhog Day), Kent Taylor (The Day Mars Invaded Earth), Dick Curtis (The Man They Could Not Hang), Céline Lomez (Plague), Stacy Dorning (Terror of Frankenstein), Martha Quinn (Chopper Chicks in Zombietown), David Wald (Attack on Titan), Warren Littlefield (The Handmaid’s Tale), Biff Regan (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Mark Lonow (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Juliet Harmer (Adam Adamant Lives!), Erin Hoffman (Sword of Fire and Sea)…

#OTD (10 May) in geeky history in 1978: George Romero’s Martin opens

Born #OTD (10 May) in geeky history: Halston Sage (The Orville), Anna Maxwell Martin (The Frankenstein Chronicles), Odette Annable (Cloverfield), Andrea Anders (The Stepford Wives), Meg Foster (They Live), Dallas Roberts (The Walking Dead), Erik Palladino (666 Park Avenue), Victoria Rowell (Barb Wire), Alex Jennings (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Leslie Stefanson (Unbreakable), Kenan Thompson (Nature Cat), Lindsey Shaw (The Howling: Reborn), Jake Zyrus (Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Sequel), Adrian Scarborough (Artemis Fowl), Sally Phillips (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Gina Phillips (Jeepers Creepers), Todd Lowe (True Blood), Lisa Linde (The Darkling), Fred Astaire (Ghost Story), Rebecca Root (Moominvalley), Paige O’Hara (Beauty and the Beast), Mike Hagerty (Inspector Gadget), George Coe (Stepford Wives), Christiane Kubrick (A Clockwork Orange), David Clennon (The Thing), Jason Brooks (Star Trek), Nancy Walker (Human Feelings), Gabrielle Walsh (The Vampire Diaries), Corri English (Joan of Arcadia), Judson Mills (The X-Files), Terrance Dicks (Doctor Who), Maureen Lipman (Doctor Who), Marion Ramsey (Lavalantula), David O. Selznick (King Kong), Jim Abrahams (The Kentucky Fried Movie), Cary Guffrey (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Rich Moore (Wreck-It Ralph), Margo (Lost Horizon), Dimitri Tiomkin (Lost Horizon), Margaret Field (The Man from Planet X), Madeleine Sami (Buzzy Bee and Friends), Alyssa Veniece (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Marina Vlady (The Bermuda Triangle), Chuck Roberson (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Gary Owens (Space Ghost), Stephen Berra (The Visitor), Taurean Blacque (DeepStar Six), Charles McGraw (The Birds), Teri Copley (Transylvania Twist), Spencer Fox (The Incredibles), David Huffman (Blood Beach), Richard Graham (The World’s End), Max Steiner (King Kong), Tracy Tweed (Johnny Mnemonic), Joseph Ruben (Dreamscape), Natalya Bondarchuk (Solaris), Jon Ronson (Okja), Darryl M. Bell (Homeboys in Outer Space), Rhona Bennett (Homeboys in Outer Space), Erika Fong (Power Rangers Samurai), Carissa Bazler (The Door in the Woods), Donovan (The Pied Piper), Leslie Margherita (Cinderella 3: A Twist in Time), Emma Ridley (Return to Oz), Shyann McClure (Premonition), Achara Kirk (Fringe), Robert Sampson (Re-Animator), Danny Draven (The Three Bears and the Perfect Gift), Olaf Stapledon (Last and First Men), John Scalzi (Redshirts), Sharon Baker (Quarreling, They Met the Dragon), Caroline B. Cooney (Both Sides of Time)…

#OTD (9 May) in geeky history in 1980: Friday the 13th opens

Born #OTD (9 May) in geeky history: Noah Centineo (Masters of the Universe), Mary Mouser (Son of the Mask), Rosario Dawson (Daredevil), Candice Bergen (The Day the Fish Came Out), John Corbett (The Messengers), Joe Carnahan (The Devil Takes a Holiday), Albert Finney (Cold Lazarus), Grace Gummer (Extant), Chris Diamantopoulos (Mickey Mouse), Glenda Jackson (The Real Story of Humpty Dumpty), Daniel Franzesee (War of the Worlds), Wendy Crewson (October Faction), Kevin Peter Hall (Predator), Geraldine McEwan (The Curse of the Were-Rabbit), Anna-Louise Plowman (Stargate SG-1), Amy Hill (Just Add Magic), Rachel Boston (Witches of East End), Chris Zylka (The Amazing Spider-Man), Michael Roark (Beauty and the Beast), James L. Brooks (The Simpsons), Hudson Leick (Primal), Anthony Molinari (The Avengers), Gary Daniels (Astro), J.A. Bayona (A Monster Calls), Tessa Peake-Jones (Doctor Who), Alley Mills (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Joan Sims (Carry On Screaming), Gillian Kearney (Macbeth), Anthony Higgins (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Billy Joel (Oliver & Company), Kristi Somers (Hell Comes to Frogtown), Sean Nelson (Touched by an Angel), Chuck Russell (The Blob), Pedro Armendáriz (Captain Sindbad), Signe Egholm Olsen (Wildwitch), Sean McNamara (Aliens Ate My Homework), Patrick Ryecart (Doctor Who), Richard Barthelmess (Snow White), Tinsley Grimes (Tremors), Teresa Hill (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Roger Torrey (Bewitched), Emile Ardolino (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Al Rosen (Oh, God! Book II), Arthur English (The Ghosts of Motley Hall), Alan Bennett (Meg and Mog), Peter M. Lenkov (R.I.P.D.), Tracy Brabin (Demolition Man), Brian Cousins (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Dennie Gordon (12 Monkeys), Laurie Calvert (Cinderella), Ghostface Killah (Luke Cage), Lorena Gale (Halloween: Resurrection), Jan Holden (Fire Maidens of Outer Space), Gabriel Beristain (Suicide Squad), Ryôsuke Yamada (Fullmetal Alchemist), Ray Young (Bigfoot and Wildboy), Virginia Wetherell (A Clockwork Orange), Karl Thaning (Dredd), Hyeon-jae Jo (Fox with Nine Tails), Brian Haines (It!), Juliet Cadzow (The Wicker Man), Will J. White (Westworld), Kevin Pike (Back to the Future), Jill Foster (Bewitched), William Moulton Marston (Wonder Woman), J.M. Barrie (Peter Pan), Richard Adams (Watership Down), William Tenn (Of Men and Monsters), Kris Neville (The Unearth People), Richard Cowper (The Twilight of Briareus)…

#OTD (8 May) in geeky history in 1979: Alan Mendelsohn, the Boy from Mars published

Born #OTD (8 May) in geeky history: Stephen Amell (Arrow), Vicky McClure (Action Team), Martin Compston (Doomsday), Jodhi May (The Witcher), Elyes Gabel (World War Z), Matthew Davis (BloodRayne), Melissa Gilbert (Babylon 5), Aneuri Barnard (The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box), Christina Cole (Jupiter Ascending), David Keith (Daredevil), Nora Arnezeder (Origin), Raoul Max Trujillo (Riddick), Don Rickles (Toy Story), Josie Maran (Van Helsing), Michael Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Cooper Huckabee (True Blood), Deborah Harmon (The Ghost of Flight 401), Phylidda Law (The Time Machine), Salome Jens (Green Lantern), Sidney James (Quatermass II), Lex Barker (Tarzan’s Magic Fountain), Wilmer Calderon (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Patrick McKenna (Hotel Transylvania: The Series), Ana Mulvoy Ten (House of Anubis), James Mitchum (Monstroid), Jasen Fisher (Hook), John Archer (Destination Moon), Carmen Mathews (The Twilight Zone), Miyoshi Umeki (Mister Ed), Jeff Wincott (The Invasion), Kam Heskin (Planet of the Apes), Mark Blankfield (Dracula: Dead and Loving It), John Bennett (Watership Down), Krista Errickson (Jekyll and Hyde…Together Again), Stella Gonet (Humans), Megan Gallivan (The Running Man), Abby Trott (Transformers: Power of the Primes), Elizabeth Whitmere (12 Monkeys), Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Captain Marvel), Chuck Huber (Dragon Ball Z), Julianne Morris (The Adventures of Sinbad), Michael E. Rodgers (The Triangle), Betsy Baker (The Evil Dead), Bek Nelson (Bell Book and Candle), Robert Dix (Forbidden Planet), Dylan Hartigan (The Stepford Wives), Emilio Delgado (Sesame Street), Eileen Bowman (Killer Tomatoes Eat France!), Ronnie Dapo (The Munsters), Matthew Boyle (Undead), Toni Tennille (Casper’s Scare School), Anthony Field (The Wiggles), Saul Bass (Phase IV), Abdul Salaam El Razzac (Terminator 2: Judgement Day), David Hurst (Dark Shadows), David Winning (Van Helsing), Troy Brenna (Star Trek), Anthony Reynolds (The Hunger Games), Angela Stevens (Creature with the Atom Brain), Jean Giraud (The Abyss), Thomas Pynchon (Gravity’s Rainbow), Robin Jarvis (Dancing Jax)…

#OTD (7 May) in geeky history in 2004: Spirits opens (Oan Hon) (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (7 May) in geeky history: Ishirō Honda (Gojira ((Godzilla))), Alexander Ludwig (The Hunger Games), Maya Erskine (Frankenstein), Breckin Meyer (SuperMansion), Anne Baxter (Batman), Carrie Henn (Aliens), Gary Cooper (Alice in Wonderland), Darren McGavin (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Val Bisoglio (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), David Tomlinson (Bedknobs and Broomsticks), Mhairi Calvey (Fear the Invisible Man), Amy Heckerling (Vamps), Ivan Sergei (Vamps), Mark O’Brien (Arrival), Randall “Tex” Cobb (The X-Files), Brandon W. Jones (Supernatural), Melissa Tang (Beauty and the Beast), Robert Heyges (Black Scorpion), Jennifer Yuh Nelson (Kung Fu Panda), John Fleck (Waterworld), Philip Charles MacKenzie (Salvage 1), Ned Bellamy (Twilight), Lynsey Baxter (Peter Pan), Ruggero Deodato (Fenomenal and the Treasure of Tutankamen), Michael E. Knight (Date with an Angel), George “Gabby” Hayes (The Howdy Doody Show), Peter Reckell (Sheena), Jon Lormer (The Twilight Zone), Roxane Hayward (Dominion), Maxwell Perry Cotton (Elysium), Adam Bernstein (Weird City), John Ingle (Death Becomes Her), Roger Perry (Star Trek: The Original Series), Marco St. John (Shadow People), Billy House (Aladdin and His Lamp), Sivi Aberg (Batman), Arnold Chun (The Man in the High Castle), John Irvin (Ghost Story), Marie Bäumer (She), Val Lewton (Cat People), Dariusz Wolski (The Cat People), Lee de Broux (RoboCop), Ivan Rassimov (The Humanoid), Simon Phillips (Age of the Living Dead), Yôsuke Kubozuka (Samurai Resurrection), Eddie Davenport (Logan), Lucile Hadzihalilovic (Evolution), Lisa Paige Robinson (The Invention of Lying), David Franklin (Farscape), Faank Trigg (Humans), Valentine Dyall (The Haunting), Destiny Whitlock (Tooth Fairy), Anne Dudley (Monkeybone), Gillian MacGregor (Beyond), Tiny Ross (Flash Gordon), J.D. Hall (Power Rangers Wild Force), Eileen Baral (Nanny and the Professor), Christian Di Salvo (Odd Thomas), Gene Wolfe (The Book of the New Sun), Angela Carter (Nights at the Circus), Peter Carey (Bliss), Michael Rosen (The Golem of Old Prague) …

#OTD (6 May) in geeky history in 1939: the first chapter of Mandrake the Magician opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (6 May) in geeky history: Adrianne Palicki (The Orville), Naomi Scott (Aladdin), George Clooney (Tomorrowland), Orson Welles (The War of the Worlds episode of The Mercury Theatre on the Air), Tiera Skovbye (Once Upon a Time), Alan Dale (Once Upon a Time), Gregg Henry (Guardians of the Galaxy), Leslie Hope (Crimson Peak), Gabourey Sidibe (American Horror Story), Kavan Smith (Stargate SG-1), Anne Parillaud (Innocent Blood), Tyler Hynes (Flatliners), Roma Downey (Touched by an Angel), Dana Hill (Goof Troop), Pippa Haywood (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Lars Mikkelsen (The Witcher), Jaime Winstone (Tomb Raider), Lindsay Pulsipher (True Blood), Lynn Whitfield (Lost in Oz), Christian Clavier (The Visitors), Freddie Boath (House of Anubis), Sadie Sandler (Hotel Transylvania), Stephen Gaghan (The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle), Heather Ripley (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Stacey Oristano (Ghost Hunt), Susan Brown (Game of Thrones), Dominic Scott Kay (Charlotte’s Web), Joanna Dunham (The House That Dripped Blood), Raymond Bailey (The Space Children), Sasheer Zamata (Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare),  Robert Michael Morris (Warren the Ape), Hilary Heath (Cry of the Banshee), Bill Quinn (The Greatest American Hero), Michael O’Hare (Babylon 5), Richard Cox (The Librarians), John Ennis (Eight Legged Freaks), Frank Nelson (Snorks), Tom Bergeron (Star Trek: Enterprise), Richard Eyer (The 7th Voyage of Sinbad), Stephen J. Rivele (Gemini Man), Elizabeth Sellars (The Mummy’s Shroud), Catherine Lacey (The Mummy’s Shroud), Paul Linke (Smart House), Carlos Lauchu (Stargate), Ben Masters (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Rosie Marcel (Hyper Sapien: People from Another Star), Wally Wingert (Batman: Arkham Asylum), Amy Hunter (The Scorpion King), Venesa Talor (Femalien), Angela Relucio (Atomic Brain Invasion), Robert Floyd (Godzilla), Mark Daugherty (The Amazing Spider-Man), Kyle Cassie (Deadpool), Tyler Layton (Dark Skies), Will Blagrove (Aladdin), Fred Newman (Gremlins), Polly Lou Livingston (Adventure Time), Puk Scharbau (Journey to Saturn), Robert Legato (Hugo), Tony King (Atlantis Interceptors), Caryll Ann Ekelund (The Blue Bird), Gaston Leroux (The Phantom of the Opera), …

#OTD (5 May) in geeky history in 1992: Forever Knight TV series debut

Born #OTD (5 May) in geeky history: Henry Cavill (Man of Steel), John Rhys-Davies (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Vincent Kartheiser (In Time), Zach McGowan (Dracula Untold), Richard E. Grant (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker), Lance Henriksen (Aliens), Santiago Cabrera (Salvation), Danielle Fishel (The Chosen One), Michael Palin (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Clark Duke (Hot Tub Time Machine), Tara Alexandra Brown (Bite Me), Sage Stallone (Demolition Man), Roger Rees (Warehouse 13), Marc Alaimo (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Lisa Eilbacher (Leviathan), Bing Russell (The Million Dollar Duck), Pat Carroll (The Little Mermaid), Peter Howitt (Sliding Doors), Jim Kelly (Death Dimension), Manny Perez (Luke Cage), Melinda Culea (The Fisher King), Michael Murphy (Batman Returns), Ellie Gall (Stargate Origins), Lisa Jane Persky (The Incredible Hulk), Nicholas Guest (Batman: The Brave and the Bold), Bobby Coleman (Cody the Robosapien), Ben Wright (The Outer Limits), Robert Foulk (Lost In Space), Will Hutchins (The Horror at 37,000 Feet), Brooke Hogan (Sand Sharks), Jerzy Skolimowski (The Avengers), Ilene Woods (Cinderella), Anton Pampushnyy (Guardians), Brendan Bradley (Frankenstein, MD), Gary Dubin (The AristoCats), Sandy Baron (The Munsters Today), Pauline Egan (Sanctuary), Darrin Dewitt Henson (The Last Astronaut), Devon Gearheart (Lost), Takehito Koyasu (Attack on Titan), Ian Virgo (Witchville), Jessica Schwarz (When Santa Fell to Earth), James Mathers (Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog), Don E. FauntLeroy (Jeepers Creepers), John S. Ragin (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Brian Williams (Little Spirit: Christmas in New York), Michael Lindsay-Hogg (Nightmare Classics), Taylor-Ann Hasselhoff (Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens), John O’Leary (The Last Starfighter), Brian Phelps (Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday), Kurt Loder (Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2), Robert Watzke (Voyage of the Rock Aliens), Alana Curry (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines), Joseph Stefano (The Outer Limits), Cinco Paul (The Lorax), Scott Curtis (Cameron’s Closet), John Van Dreelan (The Six Million Dollar Man), Dilys Watling (Theatre of Death), Manoj Sood (Snowpiercer), Scott Westerfeld (The Risen Empire), Violet Haberdasher (Knightley Academy)…

#OTD (4 May) in geeky history in 2011: May the 4th first celebrated as Star Wars Day

Born #OTD (4 May) in geeky history: Audrey Hepburn (Always), Will Arnett (The Lego Batman Movie), Shameik Moore (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Gracie Gillam (Z Nation), Richard Jenkins (The Shape of Water), Ashley Rickards (The Flash), Alexander Gould (Finding Nemo), Julian Barratt (The Mighty Boosh), Emily Perkins (Ginger Snaps), Nicholas Hamilton (It), Miles Robbins (Halloween), Paul Gleason (Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze), Óscar Jaenada (Pirate of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Ana Gasteyer (The Lion Guard), Courtney Jines (Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over), Mary Beth McDonough (Heaven Sent), Jesse Moss (Final Destination 3), Pia Zadora (Voyage of the Rock Aliens), Anthony Calf (Doctor Who), Inger Nilsson (Pippi Longstocking), Eric Sykes (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Lance Bass (Cursed), Howard Da Silva (The Outer Limits), Randy Travis (The Visitation), Chad McNamara (The Doodlebops), Terry Scott (Danger Mouse), Antony Hamilton (Nocturna), Russi Taylor (Mickey Mouse Clubhouse), Christine White (The Twilight Zone), Luther Adler (The Twilight Zone)Amara Miller (The Descendants), Brianna Joy Chomer (Zoombies), Jeff Lester (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home), Leah Ann Cevoli (Space Command), Juliette Cummins (Max Headroom), Esmond Knight (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace), James Ellison (I Walked with a Zombie), Fantastic Four (Ben VanderMey), Steve Barron (Coneheads), Ben Heller (It), Murray McArthur (Game of Thrones), Daisuke Ono (Attack on Titan), Victoria Leigh (Team Umizoomi), Antonio Mayans (Vampyres), Dorotea Mercuri (Fish Tales), Bradley Joseph (Miracles), Dominika Julliet (Dracano), John Rawls (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Christian Howard (The World’s End), Sean Barrett (The Dark Crystal), Lois De Banzie (Annie), Sebastien Andrieu (Ultraviolet), Godfrey Quigley (A Clockwork Orange), Cat Simmons (Macbeth), Hilly Hicks (The Amazing Spider-Man), Stevie Ray Dallimore (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1), Harry Winer (Mr. Merlin), Dick Dale (Aloha, Scooby-Doo!), Lauren Montgomery (Young Justice), Taylor Thorne (Soldier), Robin Cook (Invasion), Kate Saunders (A Spell of Witches)…

#OTD (3 May) in geeky history in 1950: When the Worlds Met episode of 2000 Plus (radio) debuts

Born (3 May) in geeky history: Pom Klementieff (Avengers: Endgame), Cristina Hendricks (Pirate Fairy), Rebecca Hall (Godzilla vs. Kong), Bobby Cannavale (Ant-Man), Jessica Sula (Lucifer), Amy Ryan (Goosebumps), Zoé De Grand Maison (Orphan Black), Kristin Lehman (The Chronicles of Riddick), Meagan Tandy (Teen Wolf), Dominique McElligott (Moon), Dulé Hill (Holes), Joseph Kosinski (Tron), Caitlin Clarke (Dragonslayer), Danila Kozlovsky (Vampire Academy), Chris Mulkey (Cloverfield), James Frecheville (Requiem), Rob Brydon (Cinderella), Noah Munck (Son of Zorn), Ron Canada (The Orville), Jennifer Tung (Kung Pow: Enter the Fist), Kevin Kilner (Earth: Final Conflict), Amy Steel (The Powers of Matthew Star), Mary Astor (Trapped by Television), George Gaynes (Altered States), Alex Cord (Airwolf), Cheryl Burke (Toy Story 3), Beulah Bondi (It’s a Wonderful Life), Timmy Cappello (The Lost Boys), Peter Guinness (Watership Down), Lynn Fraleigh (Watership Down), Zoë Belkin (Carrie), Walter Slezak (Batman), Robert Osborne (One Step Beyond), Abigail Shelton (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Jeanne Bal (Star Trek: The Original Series), Candace Huston (The Land Before Time), John Mathieson (Logan), Mary Carver (Arachnophobia), Virginia Vincent (The Return of Dracula), Jeffrey Garcia (The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius), John Hamill (Space: 1999), Natalya Andreychenko (Meri Poppins, do svidaniya), Loredana Nusciak (Colossus and the Amazon Queen), Toni Naples (Sorceress), Marietta DePrima (Quantum Leap), Jack La Rue (Lights Out), John Dennis (Soylent Green), Joe Hurst (Ready Player One), Tommy Gormley (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker), Joe Murray (Rocko’s Modern Life), James Nusser (The Wild Wild West), Sergio Torrico (The Ministry of Time), Peter Duncan (Flash Gordon), Firdous Bamji (The Sixth Sense), Nana Gouvea (Black Wake), John Zarchen (Tales from the Darkside), Norman Corwin (Norman Corwin Presents), Mark Thomas Miller (Misfits of Science), Barry Russo (Star Trek: The Original Series), Ryan R. Johnson (Z for Zachariah), Ken Dixon (Mision to Mars), Bela Padilla (Fantastica), Robert Cuccioli (Sliders), Dodie Smith (One Hundred and One Dalmatians), Rick DeMarinis (Scimitar)…

#OTD (2 May) in geeky history in 2008: Iron Man opens

Born (2 May) in geeky history: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Christine Barnaski (Into the Woods), Ellie Kemper (Smurfs: The Lost Village), Matt Berry (What We Do in the Shadows), Kay Panabaker (No Ordinary Family), David Suchet (Dracula), Elizabeth Berridge (Touched by an Angel), Thomas McDonell (The 100), Bing Crosby (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), Bruce Glover (Die Hard Dracula), Robert Buckley (666 Park Avenue), Mitzi Kapture (House II: The Second Story), Stephen Daldry (Wicked), John Neville (The Adventures of Baron Munchausen), Emily Hunt (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Jo Ann Pflug (Fantastic Four), Gaius Charles (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Jenna von Oÿ (A Goofy Movie), Roscoe Lee Browne (Logan’s Run), Brian Tochi (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle), Alicia Ziegler (Rise of the Dinosaurs), Lance LeGault (Werewolf), Skye Bennett (Dark Floors), Sallie Harmsen (Blade Runner 2049), Theodore Bikel (The Twilight Zone), Brian Aherne (The Twilight Zone), Andrea Sixtos (Colony), Christopher Doyle (2046), James Kirk (Final Destination 2), Anna McGahan (Project Eden: Vol. I), Ari Lehman (Friday the 13th), Hedda Hopper (Alice in Wonderland or What’s a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This?), Valeria Bilello (Sense8), Lesley Gore (Batman), Aaron Jay Rome (The Vampire Diaries), Katherine Willis (Resurrection), Bianca Jagger (C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud), Regina Carrol (Dracula vs. Frankenstein), Josh Bolt (Harry Price: Ghost Hunter), Frank Henson (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow), Don Marshall (Land of the Giants), Vincent Tong (Iron Man: Armored Adventures), Brad Wright (Stargate SG-1), Lorenzo Music (The Real Ghostbusters), Elliot Goldenthal (Demolition Man), Nigel Patrick (Pandora and the Flying Dutchman), Philip Bruns (Return of the Living Dead II), Paul Darrow (Blake’s 7), Quinn K. Redeker (Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt), David Ankrum (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), William Bakewell (Radar Men from the Moon), Preston Hagman (Beware! The Blob), Pat Cardi (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Kevin Brennan (Vampire Vixens from Venus), Peggy Mount (Doctor Who), E.E. “Doc” Smith (First Lensman)…

#OTD (1 May) in geeky history in 2014: Legacy of the Tengu (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (1 May) in geeky history: Jamie Dornan (Once Upon a Time), Wes Anderson (Fantastic Mr. Fox), Julie Benz (Defiance), James Badge Dale (World War Z), Cailtin Stasey (I, Frankenstein), Kerry Bishé (How It Ends), Joanna Lumley (Sapphire and Steel), Bailey Chase (Grimm), Tim McGraw (Tomorrowland), Henry Zebrowski (Heroes Reborn), Glenn Ford (Superman), Charlie Schlatter (18 Again!), Nicholas Braun (Sky High), Violante Placido (Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance), Joy Harmon (Village of the Giants), Sacha Dhawan (After Earth), Lizzy Greene (The Thundermans), John Diehl (Escape from New York), Una Stubbs (The Worst Witch), Douglas Barr (Spaced Invaders), Andrea Lowe (No Heroics), Dann Florek (The Flintstones), Stephen Macht (Monster Squad), James Murray (12 Monkeys), Darius McCrary (Transformers), Dan O’Herlihy (RoboCop), Dave Willis (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Mark Slade (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Jack Cannavale (Eat, Brains, Love), Anne Fletcher (Real Steel), Dyana Ortelli (Coco), John Meillon (Timelapse), Ariel Gade (Invasion), Carol Jones (The Six Million Dollar Man), Drew Sidora (Frankenhood), Scott Coffey (Tank Girl), Isabel Glasser (Forever Young), Ben Reed (Face/Off), Louis Nye (Foofur), Jarreth J. Merz (Titans), Carrie Stevens (Black Scorpion), Leila Hyams (Island of Lost Souls), Rita Coolidge (The Raccoons on Ice), Henry Koster (Harvey), John Beradino (Moon of the Wolf), Steve DiSchiavi (The Dead Files), Viktoriya Dov (Pandora’s Box), Ray Parker Jr. (Ghostbusters), Sharon Spelman (The Blob), Rose Hobart (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Spencer Lacey Ganus (Frozen), Boni Yanagisawa (Teen Wolf), Rik Van Nutter (Assignment: Outer Space), Christian Lanz (Elena of Avalor), Judy Collins (Junior), Cyd Hayman (The Godsend), Kendrick Cross (The 5th Wave), Wendy Allnutt (From Beyond the Grave), Cecilia Peck (My Best Friend is a Vampire), Eric Goldberg (Pocahontas), Terry Goodkind (Wizard’s First Rule)…

#OTD (30 April) in geeky history in 1943: I Walked with a Zombie opens

Born #OTD (30 April) in geeky history: Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Al Lewis (The Munsters), Ana de Armas (Blade Runner 2049), Kirsten Dunst (Spider-Man), Sam Heughan (Outlander), Dianna Agron (Heroes), Adrian Pasdar (Heroes), Emma Pierson (Absolutely Anything), Cloris Leachman (The Twilight Zone), Lars Von Trier (Melancholia), Johnny Galecki (Batman Beyond), Kunal Nayyar (Trolls), Alexandra Holden (The Hot Chick), Burt Young (The Adventures of Pluto Nash), Paul Gross (Eastwick), Eve Arden (One Touch of Venus), Steven Mackintosh (Underworld: Evolution), Inga Cadranel (Orphan Black), Rose Rollins (Pixels), Drew Seeley (I Kissed a Vampire), Perry King (The Day After Tomorrow), Beata Poźniak (Babylon 5), Emily Carey (Wonder Woman), Corinne Calvet (Batman), Ron Smoorenburg (Enter the Warrior’s Gate), Michael Wright (V), Lisa Dean Ryan (Dead at 21), Dick Elliott (Adventures of Superman), Gary Collins (The Fantastic Journey), Thom Bray (Prince of Darkness), Justine Miceli (The X-Files), Beau Wirick (The Walking Tedd), Allan Arkush (Heroes), Milo Cawthorne (Power Rangers R.P.M.), Lindsay Pearce (Drop Dead Diva), Kevin Sizemore (Under the Dome), Evan Hannemann (Fantastic Four), Mason Alan Dinehart (Superman), Antonia Ellis (UFO), Phil Brown (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), David Manners (Dracula), Elizabeth Hawthorne (30 Days of Night), Timmy Deters (The Animal), Lydia Look (Battle of the Damned), Victoria Spence (The Tribe), Leslie Grantham (Doctor Who), Bobby Moresco (Millennium), Tom Meeten (Paddington), Bertrand Cadart (Mad Max), Michael Chaturantabut (The Time Machine), Andrew Meyers (After Earth), Allison Sarofim (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Bill Plympton (Mutant Aliens), Shelley Calene-Black (Appleseed), E. Duke Vincent (Charmed), Jeff Timmons (Dead 7), Suzanne Fuller (The Tell-Tale Heart)…

#OTD (29 April) in geeky history in 2011: Dylan Dog: Dead of Night opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (29 April) in geeky history:Richard Carlson (Creature from the Black Lagoon), Michelle Pfeiffer (Batman Returns), Uma Thurman (Batman & Robin), Kate Mulgrew (Star Trek: Voyager), Tyler Labine (Reaper), Katherine Langford (Cursed), Taylor Cole (Salvation), Derek Mears (Swamp Thing), Bar Paly (The Ruins), Leslie Jordan (American Horror Story), Mark Casimir Dyniewicz Jr. (American Horror Story), Jerry Seinfeld (Bee Movie), Paul Adelstein (Land of the Lost), Alex Vincent (Child’s Play), Nora Dunn (Bruce Almighty), Steve Blum (Star Wars: Rebels), Darby Stanchfield (Locke & Key), Fares Fares (Westworld), Kate Nauta (Avalanche Sharks), Gavan O’Herlihy (Willow), Bre Blair (The Flash), Morgan Turner (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Eve Plumb (The Brady Kids), Lane Smith (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Willie Nelson (Stardust), Vincent Ventresca (The Invisible Man), Laura Harrington (Maximum Overdrive), Celeste Holm (Touched by an Angel), Irvin Kershner (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), Richard Kline (Harry and the Hendersons), April Telek (Supernatural), Phillip Noyce (The Giver), Reb Brown (Captain America), Richard Epcar (Injustice: Gods Among Us), Sam Jones III (Smallville), Anita Robson (Red Dwarf), Wayne Robson (Cube), Firass Dirani (Power Rangers Mystic Force), Marija Karan (The Rite), Martin Kenzie (Game of Thrones), Jen Soska (Rabid), Sylvia Soska (Rabid), Master P (Dark Angel), Ellen Crawford (The Man from Earth), Michael May (An Elf’s Story: The Elf on the Shelf), Ann Bell (Spectre), Lennie Weinrib (H.R. Pufnstuf), William Squire (Doctor Who), Henry J. Deutschendorf II (Ghostbusters II), William T. Deutschendorf (Ghostbusters II), Trevor Snarr (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Carnie Wilson (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Bruce Harwood (The X-Files), Jonathan Sela (Transformers: The Last Knight), Maxine Audley (Out of This World), Milton Reid (Dr. Phibes Rises Again), Michael Taber (Power Rangers Dino Charge), Yan Birch (Charmed), Richard Warwick (The Bed Sitting Room), Alicia Morton (Deadpool 2), Zubin Mehta (The Witches of Eastwick), Tommy Noonan (Batman), Richard Kelton (Quark), Michael Alig (Vamp Bikers Dos), Ted V. Mikels (The Astro-Zombies), Edith Evans (Space Patrol), Marc Coppola (Dracula’s Widow), Charles Seel (Westworld), Deryck Guyler (Adam Adamant Lives!), King Hu (Legend of the Mountain), Max Cullen (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Craig Armstrong (The Incredible Hulk), Jack Williamson (The Reefs of Space)

#OTD (28 April) in geeky history in 1989: Teen Witch opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (28 April) in geeky history: Carl Laemmle, Jr. (Dracula), Carolyn Jones (The Addams Family), Harry Shum Jr. (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Penélope Cruz (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Jessica Alba (Fantastic Four), Ann-Margaret (The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause), Bridget Moynahan (I, Robot), Kari Wuhrer (Eight Legged Freaks), Catherine Reitman (Space Jam), Elisabeth Röhm (The Last Ship), Mary McDonnell (Battlestar Galactica), Nate Richert (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Jorge Garcia (Lost), Stephanie Corneliussen (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), Marcia Strassman (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), Robert Oliveri (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), Tony Revolori (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Lionel Barrymore (It’s a Wonderful Life), Charlene Holt (Wonder Woman), Madge Sinclair (The Lion King), Paul Guilfoyle (Colony), Cassandra Gava (Conan the Barbarian), Claes Bang (Dracula), Aleisha Allen (Blue’s Clues), Nancy Lee Grahn (The Incredible Hulk), Jay Leno (Mickey and the Roadster Racers), Chris Young (Max Headroom), Donna Feldman (Chuck), Simbi Kali (3rd Rock from the Sun), Adele Mara (Curse of the Faceless Man), Jonathan Silver Scott (The X-Files), Drew Scott (Smallville), Gabriel Casseus (G-Force), Sidney Toler (Black Magic), Eric Vale (Dragon Ball Z), Tonia Sotiropoulou (Hercules), Jamieson Price (Akira), Laura Niles (Dire Wolf), Madeleine Harris (Paddington), Robert Cornthwaite (The Thing from Another World), Brandon Baker (The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story), Kim Gordon (The Nightmare), Michael Carbonaro (Wizards of Waverly Place), Melissa Fahn (Digimon: Digital Monsters), Christopher Young (Pet Sematary), Brad Raider (Santa Clarita Diet), Sig Hansen (Cars 2), Neil Summers (RoboCop), Blake Neely (Arrow), Briana White (Princess Rap Battles), Connie Marshall (The Twonky), Samantha Lockwood (Star Trek Equinox: The Night of Time), Rebekah Kochran (Dracula’s Curse), Donatas Banionis (Solaris), Emily Yancy (The Abyss), Addie Land (The Sasquatch Gang), Kathleen McClellan (Sliders), Douglas Warhit (Christine), Anana Rydvald (Arrival), Ben Loyd-Holmes (Extinction), Stuart Gillard (Beauty and the Beast), Alisha Seaton (The Fourth Kind), Peta-Marie Rixon (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie), Todd Waring (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Terry Pratchett (The Colour of Magic), Philip E. High (The Prodigal Sun), James Bama (The Man of Bronze), Sam Merwin Jr. (The House of Many Worlds), Alistair MacLean (The Satan Bug), Lois Duncan (A Gift of Magic), Will Murray (Doc Savage: Skull Island)…

#OTD (27 April) in geeky history in 1935: Flash Gordon radio series debut

Born #OTD (27 April) in geeky history: Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who), Sally Hawkins (The Shape of Water), William Moseley (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), Ari Graynor (Fringe), Francis Capra (Kazaam), Kevin McNally (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), James Le Gros (Solarbabies), Anna Chancellor (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Matt Reeves (The Batman), Emily Rios (From Dusk Til Dawn: The series), Jack Klugman (The Twilight Zone), David Lascher (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Sandy Dennis (God Told Me To), Robert Donner (Mork & Mindy), Eugenie Bondurant (Sorority House Vampires), Laura Ortiz (Guardians of the Galaxy), Arielle Dombasle (Alien Crystal Palace), Casey Kasem (Scooby Doo, Where Are You?), John Philbin (The Return of the Living Dead), John Shrapnel (Apparitions), Sheena Easton (Gargoyles), Ian Michael Giatti (Oh, God! You Devil), Jerry G. Angelo (Texas Zombie Wars: Dallas), Erik Thomson (Xena: Warrior Princess), Anna Skellern (The Descent: Part 2), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master), Rachel Morrison (Black Panther), Neil Pearson (The Magician’s House), Russell T. Davies (Doctor Who), Nikki Van der Zyl (Moonraker), Paulino Nunes (The Strain), John Cygan (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance), Janelle Marra (Abelar: Tales of an Ancient Empire), Andre Gower (The Monster Squad), Maura West (Come Back to Me), Doug Sheehan (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Brooklynn Proulx (The Time Traveler’s Wife), Morgan Berry (Marvel Avengers Academy), Patrick Stump (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Kylie Travis (Tarzan), Jon Cassar (The Orville), Michael Mahonen (Star Trek: Voyager), Elizabeth Marmur (Neverwhere), Ace Frehley (Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park), Allison McKay (Swamp Thing), Brooke Long (Iron Man 2), Erica Schroeder (Pokémon), Kate Pierson (The Flintstones), Cali Timmins (Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone), Kitty Kelly (Get Smart), Harry Stockwell (Snow White and the Seven Dwarves), Linda Young (Dragon Ball Z), Constance Brenneman (Batgirl Rises), Colin Gordon (The Prisoner), Schae Harrison (Magic Island), Elle Downs (Hemlock Grove), Frank Belknap Long (Plants Must Grow), Tim LaHaye (Left Behind), Randall Frakes (The Terminator), Todd McCaffrey (Dragonheart), Catherine Webb (The Extraordinary and Unusual Adventures of Horatio Lyle)…

#OTD (26 April) in geeky history in 1981: The Phoenix pilot debuts

Born #OTD (26 April) in geeky history: Pablo Schreiber (Halo), Tom Welling (Smallville), Glenn Jacobs (Smallville), Channing Tatum (Jupiter Ascending), Stana Katic (The Possession of Hannah Grace), Jordana Brewster (Chuck), Ivana Milicevic (The 100), Giancarlo Esposito (Once Upon a Time), Emily Wickersham (I Am Number Four), Kevin James (Pixels), Jet Li (The One), Carol Burnett (Annie), Debra Wilson (Batman: The Enemy Within), Jemima Kirke (Ava’s Possessions), Susannah Harker (Doctor Who: Shada), Claudine Auger (Equinox), Marnette Patterson (Think Like a Dog), Joan Chen (Judge Dredd), Michael Dorman (Daybreakers), Marianne Jean-Baptiste (RoboCop), Ron Donachie (Game of Thrones), Jason Earles (Battle Drone), Warren Clarke (A Clockwork Orange), Nyambi Nyambi (Reign of the Supermen), Nancy Lenehan (People of Earth), Falk Hentschel (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), McKenzie Westmore (Face Off), Spice Williams-Crosby (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier), Amit Shah (The Witcher), Anna Mouglalis (Kiss of the Damned), Sara Downing (Roswell), Mike Kellin (God Told Me To), Jessica Rose (King Kong), Dominic Sena (Season of the Witch), Buck (Scrooged), Stafford Repp (Batman), Guinn “Big Boy” Williams (Noah’s Ark), Vic Perrin (Star Trek), Thurop Van Orman (The Powerpuff Girls), Giorgio Moroder (Cat People), Andy Secombe (Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace), Koo Stark (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Edgar Kennedy (It Happened tomorrow), Ron McLarty (The Postman), Keith Campbell (The Amazing Spider-Man), Ethel Griffies (The Birds), Darris Love (The Secret Wrold of Alex Mack), Cedric Sanders (Future Man), Valentin de Vargas (Project U.F.O.), Charlotte Cromwell (Ghosts of Mars), David Chen (Gotham), Alison Fanelli (TOME: Terrain of Magical Expertise), Olivia Birkelund (BrainDead), Jonathan Sothcott (Fanged Up), Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls (Grace Bannon), Cecilia Parker (Frankenstein), Paul St. Peter (One Punch Man), Gordon Hunt (Trancers II), Harry Cording (The Wolf Man), Stefan Weinert (Minotaur), H.L. Gold (Galaxy Science Fiction), A.E. Van Vogt (The Weapon Shops of Isher)…

#OTD (25 April) in geeky history in 2013: the Batman episode of Cosplay Piano debuts

Born #OTD (25 April) in geeky history: Renée Zellweger (Monsters vs. Aliens), Allisyn Ashley Arm (Jake and the Never Land Pirates), Al Pacino (S1m0ne), Jason Lee (The Incredibles), Casey Diedrick (Teen Wolf), Hank Azaria (Mystery Men), Marguerite Moreau (Queen of the Damned), Daniel Sherman (Immortals), Talia Shire (Prophecy), Gina Torres (Firefly), Sara Paxton (Aquamarine), Jeffrey DeMunn (The Green Mile), Emily Burgl (The Rage: Carrie 2), Jillian Bell (Green Eggs and Ham), Daniel MacPherson (A Wrinkle in Time), Melonie Diaz (Charmed), Jonathan Bailey (Doctor Who), Denny Miller (Tarzan the Ape Man), Samuel Barnett (Penny Dreadful), Jason Wiles (No Ordinary Family), Bonnie Beecher (Star Trek: The Original Series), Peter Jurasik (Babylon 5), Laura Birn (The Innocents), Paul Mazursky (The Twilight Zone), Céline Sallette (Hereafter), Tom Beard (Hereafter), Manola Cardona (Beverly Hills Chihuahua), Becky Wahlstrom (Joan of Arcadia), Freda Foh Shen (Mulan), Daniel Kash (Aliens), Heather Sossaman (Fairy Tales), Edgar Allan Woolf (The Wizard of Oz), Kay E. Kuter (The Last Starfighter), Lynn Hamilton (Knight Rider), Christopher Newman (Game of Thrones), Fabian Wagner (Game of Thrones), Ron Clements (Aladdin), Paula Trueman (The Stepford Wives), Paula Hart (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Rik Young (Children of Dune), Russ Conway (The Space-Watch Murders), Loni Peristere (American Horror Story), Davy Kaye (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Isabelle Pasco (Undine), Jaroslava Schallerová (Valerie and Her Week of Wonders), Alec Puro (Black Summer), Ithamar Enriquez (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Xiao Sun (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Heidi Hawkins (Power Corps.), Cyril Nri (Tale of the Mummy), Elena Wohl (The Invention of Lying), Ruth Hampton (Abbott and Costello Go to Mars), Tibor Feldman (Enchanted), Tiffani Timms (The Flash), Camilla Horn (Faust), Ismail Bashey (The Avengers), Katherine Taylor (Beyond the Sky), Clarissa Burt (The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter), Mort Weisinger (Thrilling Wonder Stories)…

#OTD (24 April) in geeky history in 2009: Diary of a Superhero opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (24 April) in geeky history: Rory McCann (Game of Thrones), Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones), Djimon Honsou (Shazam!), Jack Quaid (The Hunger Games), Michael Parks (Planet Terror), Barbra Streisand (On a Clear Day You Can See Forever), Derek Luke (Captain America: The First Avenger), Eric Balfour (Haven), Shirley MacLaine (Bewitched), Melinda Clarke (Spawn), Michael O’Keefe (Sleepy Hollow), Rebecca Mader (Lost), Ryan Whitney Newman (Zoom), Jill Ireland (Star Trek: The Original Series), David L. Ross (Star Trek: The Original Series), Lindsey Gort (Lucifer), Sasha Barrese (Let Me In), Richard Donner (Superman), Austin Nichols (The Day After Tomorrow), Cedric the Entertainer (A Haunted House), Glenn Morshower (Supergirl), Kelly Clarkson (UglyDolls), Tyson Ritter (Preacher), Stacy Haiduk (Superboy), Eric Bogosian (Blade: Trinity), Damon Lindelof (Lost), Eric Kripke (Supernatural), Dean Armstrong (Supernatural), Viveca Paulin (Ralph Breaks the Internet), Reagan Gomez-Preston (Steven Universe), Jennifer Paz (Steven Universe), Thad Luckinbill (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Courtnee Draper (BioShock Infinite), Kiff VandenHeuvel (BioShock Infinite), Noah Danby (Riddick), Tahyna MacManus (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), J.D. Cannon (The Invaders), West Duchovny (The Magicians), Bruce Kirby (The Muppet Movie), Dawn Jones (Men in Black II), Jade Gordon (Avengers: Infinity War), Amara Cash (R.U.R.: Genesis), Larramie Doc Shaw (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), William Castle (The Tingler), Matthew Steer (Cinderella), Stefania Rocca (Nirvana), Larry J. Blake (The Twilight Zone), Ruth White (Captain Video and His Video Rangers), Rebecca Davis (Battlestar Galactica), Jason Maza (The Intergalactic Adventures of Max Cloud), Virginia North (The Abominable Dr. Phibes), Jean-Paul Gaultier (The Fifth Element), Steven Lisberger (TRON), Jonathan Coy (Alien Autopsy), Saad Siddiqui (Fahrenheit 451), Joe Gleb (Weird Science), Louis Tripp (The Gate), Shirley Boone (Captain Nice), Virgiia Huston (Tarzan’s Peril), Jason Salkey (The Fifth Element), Angelica Jopling (Kick-Ass 2), Robert Wiene (The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari), Claire Davenport (Doctor Who), Nada Despotovich (The Invention of Lying), Jack E. Leonard (Babes in Toyland), Austin Rogers (Re-Animated), Michael Pertwee (The Invisible Man), Ronny Pearlma (Get Smart), Donald G. Jackson (Roller Blade), David Morrell (Creepers)…

#OTD (23 April) in geeky history in 1917: She opens

Born #OTD (23 April) in geeky history: Jaime King (Black Summer), D.B. Weiss (Game of Thrones), Gemma Whalen (Game of Thrones), John Hannah (The Mummy), Dev Patel (Chappie), John Cena (Bumblebee), John Oliver (The Smurfs), Rachel Skarsten (Birds of Prey), Shirley Temple (The Blue Bird), Kel Penn (Deadbeat), Lee Majors (The Six Million Dollar Man), Jesse Lee Soffer (In Time), Anastasia Baranova (Rise: Blood Hunter), Barry Watson (Boogeyman), Craig Sheffer (Nightbreed), Valerie Bertinelli (C.H.O.M.P.S.), Hervé Villechaize (Fantasy Island), Charlie Rowe (Salvation), Melina Kanakaredes (Extant), Sandra Dee (The Dunwich Horror), Blair Brown (Altered States), Shayna Ryan (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Aaron Hill (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Gabriel Damon (RoboCop 2), Jan Hooks (Coneheads), Sheila Gish (Highlander), James Russo (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Eric Edelstein (Jurassic World), George Lopez (Rio), Alex Ferris (The Time Traveler’s Wife), Lucinda Jenney (Practical Magic), Scott Bairstow (The Postman), Cem Yilmaz (G.O.R.A.), Alan Oppenheimer (The Six Million Dollar Man), Janet Blair (The Outer Limits), Isaiah Robinson (Hook), Tim Blaney (Short Circuit), Joanna Krupa (Planet of the Apes), David Birney (Sliders), Tessa Wyatt (The Beast in the Cellar), Henry Goodman (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Angel Locsin (Imortal), Dan Frischman (Voyagers!), Sonya Smith (Cyxork 7), Matthew Underwood (Casper’s Scare School), Tina Andrews (Small Wonder), Simone Simon (Cat People), Byron James (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Chris Williams (Frozen), Kevin Meaney (Big), Caroline Thompson (Edward Scissorhands), Ronald Neame (Scrooge), Károly Ujj Mészáros (Liza the Fox-Fairy), James Hayter (The Horror of Frankenstein), Matt Weinglass (Bright), Harvey Parry (Escape from New York), Raymond Huntley (The Ghost Train), John Schneider (The Animal), Andrew Kreisberg (The Flash), Peter Halpin (Daredevil), William Shakespeare (Macbeth), Talbot Mundy (King of the Khyber Rifles), Avram Davidson (Rogue Dragon)…

#OTD (22 April) in geeky history in 1953 Invaders from Mars opens

Born #OTD (22 April) in geeky history: Amber Heard (Aquaman), Machine Gun Kelly (Bird Box), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead), Jack Nicholson (Batman), Cassidy Freeman (Smallville), Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter), Michelle Ryan (Bionic Woman), Dana Barron (Babylon 5), Malcolm Barrett (Timeless), Sheryl Lee (Twin Peaks), John Waters (Seed of Chucky), Eric Mabius (Resident Evil), Ryan Styles (Astro Boy), Sherri Shepherd (Brandy and Mr. Whiskers), Eddie Albert (The Devil’s Rain), Amy De Bhrún (Penny Dreadful), Christopher Sabat (Dragon Ball Z), Charlotte Rae (101 Dalmatians: The Series), Chris Makepeace (Vamp), Steven Price (Gravity), Ken Olandt (Leprechaun), Jason Miller (The Exorcist), Lauri Hendler (Harry and the Hendersons), Roman Coppola (Fantastic Mr. Fox), Glen Campbell (Rock-A-Doodle), Joseph Bottoms (The Black Hole), Aaron Spelling (Charmed), Robert Elswit (The Men Who Stare at Goats), George Cole (A Christmas Carol), Ingo Rademacher (Counterpart), Brooke McCarter (The Lost Boys), Carol Drinkwater (A Clockwork Orange), Bruce A. Young (Jurassic Park III), Rondo Hatton (The Jungle Captive), Alix Koromzay (The Haunting), Denis Lill (Batman), Misty Lee (Star Wars: Battlefront II), Sarah Patterson (Snow White), Peter Ronson (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Chuck Aber (Creepshow), Aaron Michael Metchik (Hercules), Jess Adams (The Nine Lives of Chloe King), Michael William Freeman (Fear the Walking Dead), Byron Haksin (The War of the Worlds), Luis Delgado (Fire in the Sky), Victor McCay (Venom), Douglas Curtis (Freddy vs. Jason), Hugh Lloyd (Doctor Who), Stephanie Plum (Wicked Appetite), Chuck Wendig (Aftermath)…

#OTD (21 April) in geeky history in 1996: Poltergeist: The Legacy TV series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (21 April) in geeky history: James McAvoy (X-Men: First Class), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance), Toby Stephens (Lost in Space), Andie MacDowell (Groundhog Day), Frank Dillane (Fear the Walking Dead), Robbie Amell (The Tomorrow People), Christoph Sanders (Ghost Whisperer), Nicole Sullivan (Meet the Robinsons), Charles Grodin (King Kong), Dylan Bruce (Orphan Black), Anthony Quinn (Hercules and the Amazon Women), Rob Riggle (Golan the Insatiable), John Cameron Mitchell (The Stepford Children), Kate Vernon (Battlestar Galactica), Tony Danza (Angels in the Outfield), Brian White (Beauty and the Beast), Iggy Pop (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland), Patti LuPone (Steven Universe), Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (Dark Angel), Brianne Davis (Synchronicity), Dee Hartford (Lost in Space), Elaine May (Heaven Can Wait), Jeff Anderson (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Silvana Mangano (Dune), Dominic Zamprogna (2012), Joel de la Fuente (The Man in the High Castle), Charlie O’Connell (2-Headed Shark Attack), Leslie Silva (Odyssey 5), Roy Dupuis (Screamers), Reni Santoni (Quantum Leap), Lisa Darr (Quantum Leap), Bridget Everett (Little Evil), James Morrison (Space: Above and Beyond), x`Valerie Tian (Jennifer’s Body), Ian Kahn (The Box), George DiCenzo (Back to the Future), Dorsey Wright (Vamp Bikers), Hadley Fraser (The Legend of Tarzan), Chad Hayes (The Conjuring), Carey W. Hayes (The Conjuring), Megs Jenkins (The Innocents), Sidney Clute (Bewitched), Cathy Cavadini (The Powerpuff Girls), Ray Stewart (Space Raiders), Sarah Agor (Twisted Metal), Rod Loomis (Stargate SG-1), Bree Essrig (Blood Shed), Shayna Fox (Congo), Sandy Jobin-Bevans (Dawn of the Dead), Gilbert Taylor (Star Wars), Jasmine Sky Sarin (Anthem of a Teenage Prophet), Christian Hoff (Encino Man), Christopher Dark (The Time Tunnel), Glen Berry (From Hell), Peter Bromilow (The Rocketeer), King Calder (The Twilight Zone), Samantha Inoue Harte (Alita: Battle Angel), Aimée Delamain (Doctor Who), John Hasler (Brave), Katsuyuki Konishi (Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga), Carlena Gower (The Bionic Woman), Randy Pearlstein (Ugly Americans), J.P. Valenti (The Haunting of Hill House)…

#OTD (20 April) in geeky history in 1990: Martians Go Home opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (20 April) in geeky history: George Takei (Star Trek: The Original Series), Shemar Moore (Birds of Prey), Crispin Glover (Back to the Future), Veronica Cartwright (Alien), Andy Serkis (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Jessica Lange (American Horror Story), Clint Howard (Star Trek: The Original Series), Clayne Crawford (Spectral), Ruth Connell (Supernatural), Carmen Electra (2-Headed Shark Attack), Joey Lawrence (Oliver & Company), Ryan O’Neal (Epoch), James Gammon (Silver Bullet), Nina Foch (Cry of the Werewolf), John Patrick Amedori (The Butterfly Effect), Carlos Valdes (The Flash), Nicholas Lyndhurst (Peter Pan), Gregory Itzin (Eerie, Indiana), Bruce Cabot (King Kong), Yuji Okumoto (Inception), Chrysta Bell (Twin Peaks), Leslie Phillips (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Harold Lloyd (The Patchwork Girl of Oz), Lara Jill Miller (Digimon), Louise Jameson (Doctor Who), Michael Brandon (Captain America: The First Avenger), Seeta Indrani (Transformers: The Last Knight), William deVry (Stargate SG-1), MIke Pniewski (Drop Dead Diva), Georgina Rylance (Hellraiser: Deader), Tim Jo (The Neighbors), Gary Redmond (Jason and the Argonauts), Sarah Nicklin (The Haunting of Alice D), Jeremiah Jones (Alien Warfare), Jane Daly (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Alex Black (Spider-Man), Jennifer Ann Massey (Ghost Whisperer), Betty Lou Gerson (One Hundred and One Dalmatians), Lisa Davis (One Hundred and One Dalmatians), Brody Hutzler (Angel), Elena Verdugo (House of Frankenstein), Geraint Wyn Davies (Forever Knight), Robert DoQui (RoboCop), Viv Leacock (Freddy vs. Jason), Judith O’Dea (Night of the Living Dead), Peter Chelsom (The Space Between Us), Luther Vandross (The Meteor Man), George R. Robertson (Haven), Duncan Renaldo (Sky Racket), Dick Wessel (The Twilight Zone), Paris Vaughan (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), David Matranga (Attack on Titan), Woo-hee Chun (The Wailing), Cynthia Leake (Xanadu), Han Lu (Time Raiders), Ray Brooks (Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.), J.D. Roth (The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest), Michael Greer (Darkwing Duck), Nicholas Cascone (The Cell), Matt Sadowski (Dawn of the Dead), Mark Schiff (2 Stupid Dogs), Scott Beehner (Santa Clarita Diet), Donald Wolfit (Blood of the Vampire), Amanda Westlake (Stitchers), Hal Yamanouchi (The Wolverine), Dody Dorn (The Abyss), Jerry Harte (Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back), Björn Skifs (Guardians of the Galaxy), Peter S. Beagle (The Last Unicorn) Ian Watson (The Embedding)…

#OTD (19 April) in geeky history in 2005: Psychonauts videogame is released

Born (19 April) in geeky history: Tim Curry (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Marta Milans (Shazam!), James Franco (Oz the Great and Powerful), Ashley Judd (Twin Peaks), Hayden Christensen (Star Wars: Attack of the Clones), Kate Hudson (Kung Fu Panda 3), Jayne Mansfield (The Loves of Hercules), Jennifer Taylor (Zombie Night), Simu Liu (Omega), Ignacio Serricchio (Lost in Space), Michael Dowse (Future Man), Elinor Donahue (Star Trek: The Original Series), Victoria Yeates (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald), Ali Wong (Tuca and Bertie), Shannon Lee (Blade), Catalina Sandino Moreno (Falling Skies), Hugh O’Brian (Rocketship X-M), Dudley Moore (Bedazzled), Gad Elmaleh (Midnight in Paris), Tony Plana (Colony), Mia Serafino (Oz the Great and Powerful), Courtland Mead (The Shining), Steve Antin (The Goonies), Susie Blake (Wail of the Banshee), Dick Sargent (Bewitched), Alexis Thorpe (The Man from Earth), Patricia Charbonneau (SeaQuest 2032), Hugh O’Conor (Summer of the Flying Saucer), Rhodes Reason (Star Trek: The Original Series), Moira Sinise (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines), Michael Bacall (Peter Pan and the Pirates), Nicoletta Braschi (Pinocchio), Cora Sue Collins (Black Moon), Dennis Dun (Big Trouble in Little China), Boran Jing (Monster Hunt), May Robson (Alice in Wonderland), George O’Brien (Noah’s Ark), Alejandra Reynoso (Castlevania), Garfield Morgan (28 Weeks Later), Cassandra Lee Morris (Twin Star Exorcists), Atanas Srebrev (Rage of the Yeti), Steph Song (The Thaw), Catherine Lloyd Burns (Michael), Tim Ransom (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Ruby Wax (Shock Treatment), Cynthia O’Neal (Wolf), Barry Brown (Night Gallery), David Soren (Turbo), Cleo Sylvestre (Paddington), Madge Kennedy (The Twilight Zone), Pandora Colin (Penny Dreadful), Troy Polamalu (Moana), Ryan Slater (The Outer Limits), Peter Chung (The Animatrix), Alan Wheatley (Doctor Who), Ox Baker (Escape from New York), Wendy Powell (Fullmetal Alchemist), Sabrina Jalees (Powerless), Mary Jo Slater (Stargate SG-1) Ellen Weston (Get Smart)…

#OTD (18 April) in geeky history in 1997: Lexx TV series debut (Canada)

Born #OTD (18 April) in geeky history: America Ferrera (How to Train Your Dragon), David Tennant (Doctor Who), Britt Robertson (Tomorrowland), Alia Shawkat (Adventure Time), Maria Bello (Touch), Chloe Bennett (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Derek Phillips (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (Mad Max: Fury Road), Laura Mennell (Project Blue Book), Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead), Eric Roberts (Lost Girl), Eli Roth (The House with a Clock in Its Walls), Virginia Gardner (Project Almanac), Moises Arias (Ender’s Game), Rick Moranis (Ghostbusters), Jane Leeves (James and the Giant Peach), James Woods (Vampires), Hayley Mills (A Troll in Central Park), David Hewlett (The Shape of Water), Eric McCormack (Travelers), Barbara Hale (The Giant Spider Invasion), Frederick Weller (Armageddon), Reeve Carney (Penny Dreadful), Sean Maguire (Once Upon a Time), Cindy Pickett (DeepStar Six), Kevin Rankin (Lucifer), Conan O’Brien (The Lego Batman Movie), Kenny Ortega (Descendants), Mary Birdsong (The Descendants), Jessica Lu (Reverie), Clive Revill (Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back), Dorothy Lyman (Battlestar Galactica), James Drury (Forbidden Planet), Nathan Epperson (Waves), Camille Coduri (Doctor Who), Melody Thomas Scott (The Car), Tamara Braun (Supernatural), Bryce Johnson (Willow Creek), Mary Birdsong (Kids vs Monsters), Ellen Woglom (Inhumans), Jeff Dunham (The Nut Job), Fredro Starr (Vegas Vampires), Lisa LoCicero (Star Trek: Voyager), Lorraine Pinkington (Robotboy), Peter Jeffrey (The Adventures of Baron Munchausen), Bob Hastings (Batman: The Animated Series), Baran Bo Odar (Dark), Noble Johnson (King Kong), Benedict Taylor (Star Wars: The Phantom Menace), Günter Meisner (Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory), Robert Hooks (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock), Lenore Aubert (Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein), Mia Stallard (Paul), Tommy Ivo (Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow), Jessica McKenna (Voltron), Leonid Kinskey (Batman), Wil Johnson (Outlander), Jackie Loughery (Abbott and Costello Go to Mars), Amrapali Ambegaokar (Heroes), Angus Lennie (Doctor Who), Gavin Creel (Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventures), Victoria Wicks (High-Rise), Ethan Cohn (Lady in the Water), William Bramley (Star Trek: The Original Series), Marjorie Gross (ALF), Gwyn Savage (The Lost Room), Philip Akin (RoboCop), Harold Innocent (Brazil), Virginia O’Brien (Francis in the Navy), Noel Marshall (The Exorcist), Miklós Rózsa (Time After Time), David Slack (Teen Titans), Anna Holbrook (Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince), Dave Pettitt (Legends of Chima), Leopold Stokowski (Fantasia), Karen Mayo-Chandler (Explorers), Nigel Kneale (Quatermass and the Pit), Keith R. A. DeCandido (The Klingon Art of War)…

#OTD (17 April) in geeky history in 2011: Game of Thrones debuts official HBO site

Born #OTD (17 April) in geeky history: Luke Mitchell (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Rooney Mara (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Adam McKay (Ant-Man), Jennifer Garner (Elektra), David Bradley (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Maïwenn (The Fifth Element), Olivia Hussey (It), Monet Mazur (Mystery Men), Lindsay Hartley (Smallville), Alaina Huffman (Painkiller Jane), Henry Ian Cusick (Lost), Leslie Baga (SeaQuest 2032), Nicholas D’Agosto (Gotham), William Holden (Damien: Omen II), Gia Mantegna (The Dead Girls Detective Agency), Kimberly Elise (The Twilight Zone), Joel Murray (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command), Lela Rochon (The Meteor Man), Roddy Piper (They Live), L. Scott Caldwell (Lost), William Mapother (Lost), Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Arrow), Anne Shirley (The Devil and Daniel Webster), Ken Duken (Counterpart), Kristine Sutherland (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), Carlo Rota (American Horror Story), Charles Frank (Wonder Woman), Charlie Hofheimer (The Mandela Effect), Michael Forest (Star Trek: The Original Series), Arthur Lake (Jack and the Beanstalk), Vyto Ruginis (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Joon-Gi Lee (Resident Evil: The Final Chapter), Mylène Dinh-Robic (Being Human), Tami Roman (Extant), Don Michael Paul (Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell), Kathrin Middleton (Hologram Man), Kate Greenhouse (He Never Died), Susie Amy (Vampire Killers), Paul Langton (The Snow Creature), Joe Alaskey (Duck Dodgers), Heidi Shepherd (Ghost Whisperer), Redman (Seed of Chucky), Moritz Jahn (Dark), Wim Snape (Genesis), Paulie Litt (Speed Racer), Choppy Guillotte (Doom Patrol), Louis Jean Heydt (Zombies on Broadway), Teri Austin (The Dark Mist), Richard Travis (Missile to the Moon), Alex Nesic (Angel), Roberto Campanella (The Shape of Water), Liz Phair (The 100), Peter Marx (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Diane Fletcher (A.I. Artificial Intelligence), Brendan Beiser (Tooth Fairy), Lon McCallister (Tales of Tomorrow), Michael Teh (Sleepy Hollow), Gordon Rollings (Superman III), Gordon Rollings (Jackanory), Ryan Zheng (The Great Wall), Reza Badiyi (The Six Million Dollar Man), Elizabeth Lindsey (Knight Rider), Lloyd Biggle Jr. (All the Colors of Darkness)…

#OTD (16 April) in geeky history in 2005: Charlie Jade series debut (Canada)

Born #OTD (16 April) in geeky history: Anya-Taylor Joy (The Witch), Gina Carano (Deadpool), Claire Foy (Frankenstein and the Vampyre: A Dark and Stormy Night), Ellen Barkin (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Jon Cryer (Supergirl), Hayes MacArthur (A Haunted House 2), Lukas Haas (Inception), Sadie Sink (Stranger Things), Martin Lawrence (Black Knight), Qi Shu (Journey to the West), Nikki Griffin (Under the Bed), Liliana Mumy (The Twilight Zone), Marshall R. Teague (Babylon 5), Belinda Stewart-Wilson (Primeval), Peter Ustinov (Logan’s Run), Max Beesley (Survivors), Billy West (Futurama), Sean Maher (Firefly), Jay O. Sanders (The Day After Tomorrow), David Lyons (Revolution), Peter Billingsley (Iron Man), Yorick van Wageningen (The Chronicles of Riddick), Beauty and the Beast (David Graf), Russell Harvard (Fringe), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (The Stand), Melody Anderson (The Immortalizer), Lorraine Nicholson (Click), Noah Fleiss (Fringe), Lily Loveless (The Fades), Michel Gill (God Friended Me), Karl Yune (Real Steel), Edie Adams (Cinderella), Les Tremayne (SHAZAM!), Alina Foley (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Poppy Lee Friar (Dead Gorgeous), Peter Mark Richman (Defenders of the Earth), Rhiana Griffith (Pitch Black), Barry Nelson (The Shining), Gerardo Mejía (Sundown: the Vampire in Defeat), Ricco Ross (Aliens), Kelli O’Hara (Peter Pan Live!), Michael Wong (Transformers: Age of Extinction), Christos Vasilopoulos (The Last Ship), William “Billy” Benedict (Adventures of Captain Marvel), Valarie Rae Miller (Dark Angel), Henry Mancini (Lifeforce), Alek Wek (Suspiria), Barbara Magnolfi (Suspiria), Aria Pullman (Once Upon a Time), Boyd Banks (Jason X), Danny Quinn (Space Rangers), Nick Pickard (Mio in the Land of Faraway), Sue Shifrin (Superman), Jesse Welles (Wizards), Spike Milligan (The Bed Sitting Room), Jennifer Restivo (Person of Interest), Henry Stephenson (Tarzan and the Amazons), Jordana Beatty (Legend of the Seeker), Ruth Greenfield (Willow), Yun Lin (The Mermaid), Johnny Silver (Spaceballs), Krystal Vayda (Thor: Ragnarok), Mandy Teefey (The Ant Bully), George “The Animal” Steele (Ed Wood), David Langton (Out of the Unknown), Mark Brazill (3rd Rock from the Sun), Waldemar Kobus (Speed Racer), Kingsley Amis (The Green Man)…

#OTD (15 April) in geeky history in 1950: Buck Rogers TV series debut

Born #OTD (15 April) in geeky history: Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), Emma Watson (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Luke Evans (Beauty and the Beast), Seth Rogen (Invincible), Emma Thompson (The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle), Alice Braga (I Am Legend), Elizabeth Montgomery (Bewitched), Thomas F. Wilson (Back to the Future), Cody Christian (Surrogates), Madeleine Martin (Hemlock Grove), Danny Pino (BrainDead), Lois Chiles (Moonraker), Michael Ansara (Star Trek: The Original Series), Robert Walker Jr. (Star Trek: The Original Series), Susan Ward (Xena: Warrior Princess), Andrew Daly (Adventure Time), Paula Pell (The Awesomes), Annie Costner (The Postman), Sam McMurray (Wishcraft), Jean Wiles (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Susanne Bier (Bird Box), Fay Masterson (The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra), Kamala Lopez (Dollman), Luvia Peterson (Continuum), Glenn Shadix (Beetlejuice), John Williams (The Twilight Zone), Maureen Arthur (Mork & Mindy), China Chow (Frankenfish), Hans Conried (Peter Pan), Tom Kane (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Reed Morano (The Handmaid’s Tale), Michael Tucci (Mimic 2), Lou Romano (The Incredibles), Julie Sommars (Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo), Joshua Orpin (Titans), Leonie Elliott (Black Mirror), Flex Alexander (Shira The Vampire Samurai), Rod McCary (The Flintstones), Harvey Lembeck (Beach Blanket Bingo), Amy Wright (The Amityville Horror), Sapphire Elia (Black Forest), Samantha Fox (Sharknado 5: Global Swarming), Lily Pilblad (Fringe), Max Prado (Chuck), Guy Boyd (Black Scorpion), Kate Harbour (Bob the Builder), Helaine Lembeck (The Time Traveler’s Wife), Elissa Knight (WALL-E), Michael McManus (Lexx), Lydie Denier (Tarzan), Michael Kamen (X-Men), Alex Veadov (Contact), Dominic Brunt (Sky Sharks), Douglas Spain (Star Trek: Voyager), Walter F. Parkes (WarGames), Zack Duhame (Star Trek), Django Marsh (Pete the Cat), Derrel Maury (Shazam!), John Baragrey (Dark Shadows), Albert Sharpe (Darby O’Gill and the Little People), Garfield Wilson (Altered Carbon), Jill Gatsby (Class of 1999), Wallace Reid (The Ghost Breaker), Carmelita Pope (The Amazing Spider-Man), Henry James (The Turn of the Screw), Cressida Cowell (How to Train Your Dragon)…

#OTD (14 Aril) in geeky history in 2004: 13 Going on 30 premieres in Los Angeles (at IMDb

Born #OTD (14 April) in geeky history: Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Abigail Breslin (Zombieland), Anthony Michael Hall (The Dead Zone), Adrien Brody (Midnight in Paris), Gina McKee (Mirrormask), Adam DiMarco (The Magicians), Robert Carlyle (Once Upon a Time), Julie Christie (Fahrenheit 451), Chris Wood (Supergirl), Rob McElhenney (Lost), Brad Garrett (Christopher Robin), Claire Coffee (Grimm), Skyler Samuels (The Gifted), Graham Phillips (Evan Almighty), Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who), Berry Berenson (Cat People), Thaila Ayala (Woody Woodpecker), Sibi Blazic (The Dark Knight Rises), Arlene Martel (Star Trek: The Original Series), Rod Steiger (Mars Attacks!), James Gray (Ad Astra), Michelle Duncan (Doctor Who), Lloyd Owen (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Victoria Park (The Flash), Catherine Dent (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), John Giulgud (The Canterville Ghost), Chris Ellis (Transformers), Antrwon Tanner (The Tick), John Shea (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Bradford Dillman (Escape from the Planet of the Apes), John D’Aquino (SeaQuest 2032), Gregory Sporleder (True Blood), Valerie Hobson (Bride of Frankenstein), Jay Robinson (Bram Stoker’s Dracula), Loretta Lynn (Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child), Langley Kirkwood (Dominion), Jo Osmond (Dumbo), Phillip Stone (The Shining), Jaim Woolvett (Marvel Super Heroes), Amy Dumas (Dark Angel), Kenneth Cope (Doctor Who), Joseph Ruskin (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Nick Krause (The Descendants), Chris Langham (Life of Brian), Katsuhiro Ôtomo (Akira), Bob Clenendin (Grimm), Lothaire Bluteau (Race to Mars), Marc Platt (Aladdin), Brian Forster (Goober and the Ghost Chasers), Richard Jeni (The Mask), Shani Wallis (The Great Mouse Detective), Arthur Bowen (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2), Lee Tracy (Doctor X), Anthony Dod Mantle (Dredd), John Howard (Lost Horizon), Joan Bradshaw (Deep Impact), Janene Carlton (Avengers: Infinity War), John Clarke (The Satan Bug), Da Brat (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Faith Salie (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Gerry Anderson (Fireball XL5), Liz Renay (Mark of the Astro-Zombies), J. Farrell MacDonald (Superman and the Mole-Men), Mark Pillow (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace), Mary Castro (Frankenhood), Eric Tsang (The Eye), Nikita Bogolyubov (Iron Fist), Todd James Duncan (The Vampire Diaries), Gloria Jean (Ghost Chasers), Mary Healy (The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.), Ayumi Itô (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children), Matthew Rutler (Surrogates), Colleen Shannon (Sci-Fighter), Tim Holmes (Oz the Great and Powerful), Randy Powell (Logan’s Run), Micah Kelpin (Final Destination 2), Claire Windsor (Topper), Duke Stroud (Knight Rider), Bruce Sterling (The Artificial Kid), James Branch Cabell (Beyond Life), Jack McDevitt (The Engines of God)…

#OTD (13 April) in geeky history in 2005: Revelations miniseries debuts (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (13 April) in geeky history: Allison Williams (Get Out), William Sadler (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Glenn Howerton (Serenity), Courtney Peldon (Harry and the Hendersons), Hannah Marks (Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency), Kelli Giddish (Witches of the Caribbean), Jonathan Brandis (It), Bokeem Woodbine (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Andy Nyman (Ghost Stories), Ricky Schroder (The Andromeda Strain), Edward Fox (Skullduggery), Paul Sorvino (The Rocketeer), Caroline Rhea (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Kyle Howard (Robo Warriors), Erick Avari (Heroes), Colleen Clinkenbeard (Wolf Children), Howard Keel (The Day of the Triffids), Peter Davison (Doctor Who), Tony Dow (Babylon 5), Mari Blanchard (Abbott and Costello Go to Mars), Don Adams (Get Smart), Lyle Waggoner (Wonder Woman), Stanley Donen (Saturn 3), Page Hannah (Creepshow 2), Alexandra Adi (Mortuary), Valentina Cervi (True Blood), Jack Lambert (Scared Stiff), Doug McGrath (Ghosts of Mars), Devlin Elliott (The X-Files), Terry Lester (Ark II), Ji-tae Yu (Pokemon XY), Liz Callaway (Anastasia), Jeanne Balibar (The Invisible Woman), Joyce Meadows (The Brain from Planet Arous), Wesley French (Defiance), Bill Conti (Masters of the Universe), Michael Alldredge (Robot Jox), Chris Gann (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), Harrison Knight (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Juliet Tablak (Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue), Brandon Hardesty (the Haunted Hathaways), Alisha Bailey (Doctor Who), Peter Dyneley (Thunderbirds), Charles Robinson (The Munsters), Beverley Cross (Clash of the Titans), Andrew Pleavin (Inception), Conrad Phillips (The Prisoner), John Furey (Friday the 13th Part 2), Richard Joseph Paul (Vampirella), Christian Rub (Pinocchio), Hiro Mizushima (Kamen Rider Kabuto), John Paul DeJoria (Wishman), Marci T. House (Godzilla), Amy Robinson (From Hell), Jodie Markell (Vampire’s Kiss), Jeff Balis (Infestation), Glen Keane (Beauty and the Beast), Harold Pruett (Embrace of the Vampire), Bill Pronzini (A Killing in Xanadu)…

#OTD (12 April) in geeky history in 2014: The Sunderland Experiment opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (12 April) in geeky history: Saoirse Ronan (The Host), Jennifer Morrison (Once Upon a Time), Andy Garcia (The Ark: An Iron Sky Story), Claire Danes (Stardust), Brooklyn Decker (Battleship), Ed O’Neill (Wreck-It Ralph), Marley Shelton (Planet Terror), Shannen Doherty (Charmed), Alicia Coppola (The Nine Lives of Chloe King), ILana Grazer (Green Eggs and Ham), John Dunsworth (Haven), Christina Moore (True Blood), Riley Smith (Eight Legged Freaks), Nicholas Brendon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Jordana Spiro (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Kelly Donovan (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Kim Bodnia (Timetrip: The Curse of the Viking Witch), Tom Noonan (12 Monkeys), David Cassidy (Kim Possible), Paul Rust (TRON: Uprising), Charles Napier (Men in Black: The Series), Amr Waked (Lucy), Dan Lauria (Independence Day), Ann Miller (Out of This World), Sarah Jane Morris (Dark Angel), Annabelle Stephenson (Tidelands), Diane Gaeta (Who Wants to Be a Superhero?), David Letterman (Mork & Mindy), Jane Withers (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), NiCole Robinson (Dragon Wars: D-War), Amy Kerr (Outlander), Jade Calegory (Mac and Me), Mike C. Manning (Teen Wolf), Tracy Tormé (Sliders), Elspet Gray (Doctor Who), Chris Nash (The Wraith), Brent Hinkley (Universal Soldier: The Return), Matt Levin (Starship Troopers), Wade Allen (The Dark Knight), Mark Camacho (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Neil Fanning (Scooby-Doo), Alvin Sargent (The Amazing Spider-Man), Liam O’Donnell (Skyline), Saba Homayoon (Charmed), Buck Young (Wonder Woman), Emil Petaja (Saga of Lost Earths)…

#OTD (11 April) in geeky history in 1986: Critters opens

Born #OTD (11 April) in geeky history: Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica), Joel Grey (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Kelli Garner (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Jennifer Esposito (Dracula 2000), Dakota Blue Richards (The Golden Compass), Matt Ryan (Justice League Dark), Morgan Lily (X-Men: First Class), Joss Stone (Eragon), Johnny Messner (Tarzan), Cincent Gallo (The House of the Spirits), Alessandra Ambrosio (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows), Bill Irwin (Interstellar), Peter Riegert (The Mask), Jeremy Clarkson (Cars), Eka Darville (Jessica Jones), John Milius (Conan the Barbarian), Louise Lasser (Mystery Men), Paul Douglas (The Gamma People), Meshach Taylor (Mannequin), Katherine Walsh (The Monkees), Shirley Stelfox (Nineteen Eighty-Four), Jack Betts (Spider-Man), Josh Server (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Joanna Douglas (Crimson Peak), Carl Franklin (The Fantastic Journey), Michele Scarabelli (Alien Nation), Ronald Fraser (Doctor Who), Amy Van Nostrand (Ghost Town), Brynn Hartman (3rd Rock from the Sun), Damien Thomas (Twins of Evil), Liliana Komorowska (Screamers), Dimitri Diatchenko (Get Smart), Brett Claywell (Dollhouse), Dustin Rhoades (Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon), Gerry Becker (Spider-Man), Janelle Paradee (Black Scorpion), Jill Gascoine (Peter Pan), Nicholas Ball (Lifeforce), Johnny Sheffield (Tarzan Finds a Son!), Ryan Hanson Bradford (Lost), Nick Cokas (Invasion), Jay Benedict (The Dark Knight Rises), April Hong (The Real Ghostbusters), Leonard Mudie (Adventures of Superman), Monica May (Battle Planet), Oleg Cassini (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir), Matthew Walker (Alone in the Dark), Edward R. Pressman (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Troy Norton (Hoodwinked!), Reina King (Scrooged), Douglas Arthurs (The Chronicles of Riddick), Gabrielle Boni (Goosebumps), Stephen Chase (When Worlds Collide), Kevin Martin (Burgerface vs. Count Blackula in 4D! Act I), Brandee Steger (Wizards of Waverly Place), Dick Patterson (Small Wonder), John Larkin (The Satan Bug), Lynn Ferguson (Chicken Run), Margaréta Szabó (Emerald City), Anton Lavey (The Devil’s Rain)…

#OTD (10 April) in geeky history in 2014: Hamlet A.D.D. premieres (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (10 April) in geeky history: Daisy Ridley (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), David Harbour (Hellboy), Charlie Hunnam (Pacific Rim), Mandy Moore (Rapunzel), Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense), Chyler Leigh (Supergirl), Shay Mitchell (The Possession of Hannah Grace), Jamie Chung (Big Hero 6), Sofia Carson (Descendants), AJ Michalka (Super 8), Michael Pitt (Ghost in the Shell), Alex Pettyfer (I Am Number Four), Max Von Sydow (Flash Gordon), Orlando Jones (Evolution), Conor Leslie (The Man in the High Castle), Laura Bell Bundy (Jumanji), Peter MacNicol (Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law), Chuck Connors (Soylent Green), Barkhad Abdi (Blade Runner 2049), Brad William Henke (Bright), Omar Sharif (Gulliver’s Travels), Ryan Merriman (Final Destination 3), Harry Morgan (3rd Rock from the Sun), Billy Jayne (Cujo), Christie Laing (Arrow), Lee Ving (Grave Secrets), Jamie Renée Smith (Magic in the Mirror), Liz Sheridan (ALF), Joanna Christie (Misfits), Deborah Rush (The Fox), Sheb Wooley (Purple People Eater), Damien Puckler (Grimm), Stephanie Sheh (DC Super Hero Girls), Olivia Brown (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Lee Bergere (Star Trek: The Original Series), Natasha Melnick (Family Guy), Robert R. Shafer (Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves), Carla Delizia (So Weird), Alica Sanz (From Dusk Till Dawn), Chelo Alonso (Atlas Against the Cyclops), Peter Morgan (Hereafter), Ruth E. Carter (Black Panther), Jeb Stuart Adams (The Goonies), Lee Farr (The Invaders), Martin Grey (The X-Files), Wendy Gazelle (The X-Files), George Arliss (Transatlantic Tunnel), Hari Rhoades (Conquest of the Planet of the Apes), Claudette Nevins (Return to the Planet of the Apes), Ayesha Takia (Taarzan: The Wonder Car), Robert Phillips (The Car), Brian Setzer (Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme), Billy Kay (Halloween: Resurrection), Lee Weaver (Godzilla), Jordan Horowitz (Counterpart), Robin Ward (Land of the Dead), Caroline Chan (So Weird), Aldo Giuffrè (When Women Had Tails), Laura Jordan (Mutant X), Bruce Carradine (Q), Brian Morrison (Judge Dredd), Milt Kogan (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), John Alderson (The Time Tunnel), Elena Podkaminskaya (Dark Planet), Rachel Carter (So Close to You), John M. Ford (Web of Angels)…

#OTD (9 April) in geeky history in 1943: Cabin in the Sky opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (9 April) in geeky history: Elle Fanning (Super 8), Leighton Meester (Surface), Kristen Stewart (Twilight), Isaac Hempstead Wright (The Boxtrolls, Jay Baruchel (How to Train Your Dragon), Moran Atias (Land of the Lost), Dennis Quaid (Innerspace), Lili Mirojnick (Cloverfield), Mark Pellegrino (Supernatural), Cynthia Nixon (Addams Family Values), Kathleen Munroe (Resurrection), Gerard Way (The Umbrella Academy), Jean-Paul Belmondo (Amazon), Jay Chandrasekhar (Chuck), Arsher Ali (Doctor Who), Neve McIntosh (Doctor Who), David Gordon Green (Halloween), Jesse McCartney (Young Justice), Michael Learned (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Ward Bond (It’s a Wonderful Life), Keshia Knight Pulliam (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), Brandon De Wilde (Night Gallery), Lil Woods (Nanny McPhee Returns), Will Merrick (About Time), Gian Maria Volontè (Hercules Conquers Atlantis), Allyn Rachel (Kong: Skull Island), Morgan Taylor Campbell (Power Rangers), Robert Helpmann (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Elizabeth Allan (The Haunted Strangler), Nikki BreAnne Wells (Ciaran the Demon Hunter), Hugh Hefner (Hop), Josh Coxx (Babylon 5), Brad Dexter (The Incredible Hulk), Joey Pollari (Skyrunners), Arlen Escarpeta (The Magicians), Amanda Stanton (Mostly Ghostly), Avery Schreiber (My Mother the Car), Cameron Dye (The Last Starfighter), Kathryn Hunter (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix), Hannah Gordon (Watership Down), Allen Jenkins (Top Cat), Lisa Guerrero (Batman Returns), Fred Dekker (The Monster Squad), Lenny McLean (The Fifth Element), Jim Bannon (Unknown World), Frankie Thomas (Tom Corbett, Space Cadet), Paula Stewart (My Favorite Martian), Matthew Benett (Battlestar Galactica), Todd Duffey (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Amber Lee Connors (Katana Maidens), Caryn Richman (Hard Time on Planet Earth), Allen Jaffe (The Outer Limits), Brandon Stacy (American Horror Story), Ted Tally (Mission to Mars), Karl Keegan (Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday), Tracy Dawson (Girl Vs. Monster), Caileigh Scott (Guardians of the Galaxy), Aubrey Woods (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Leon E. Stover (Apeman, Spaceman), Margaret Peterson Haddix (Children of Exile)…

#OTD (8 April) in geeky history in 1970: Colossus: The Forbin Project premieres in New York

Born #OTD (8 April) in geeky history: Patricia Arquette (Medium), Serena Reeder (Medium), Robin Wright (The Princess Bride), Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica), Taylor Kitsch (John Carter), Dean Norris (Under the Dome), Ana de la Reguera (Cowboys & Aliens), Gabriella Wilde (Carrie), Sung Kang (Mystery Men), Emma Caulfield Ford (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), John Schneider (Smallville), JR Bourne (Teen Wolf), Taran Noah Smith (Batman Beyond), Kirsten Storms (Kim Possible), Kane Hodder (Jason X), Skai Jackson (Bubble Guppies), Rachel Roberts (American Horror Story), Dorian Brown Pham (Wilfred), Mary Pickford (Little Red Riding Hood), Tim Thomerson (Quark), Edward Mulhare (The Ghost & Mrs. Muir), Stuart Pankin (Dinosaurs), Jack O’Halloran (Superman II), Jacqueline Pinol (Zombies Monsters Robots), Hywel Bennett (Neverwhere), Craig Mazin (The Huntsman: Winter’s War), Ty Panitz (Santa Buddies), Gerardo Celasco (Battleship), Shelby Young (American Horror Story), Sue Casey (The Beach Girls and the Monster), Jim Piddock (Independence Day), Anna Osceola (An American Carol), Ezra Koenig (Neo Yokio), Eric Porter (The Lost Continent), Dylan Saunders (A Very Potter Musical), Alfie Bass (The Fearless Vampire Killers), John Durren (Wonder Woman), Chantal Contouri (Thirst), Shecky Greene (Splash), Kaori Momoi (Ghost in the Shell), Dan Lin (The Lego Movie), Michael Spound (Star Trek: Voyager), Pierre Taki (Shin Godzilla), Erika Sawajiri (Ghost Train), Faith Fay (Lost), Biz Markie (Men in Black II), Klaus Löwitsch (Firefox), Ward Wood (Space Patrol), Brian Delate (The Truman Show), Lance Irwin (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Ilka Chase (Cinderella), Ben Freeman (The Dark Channel), Nigel Miguel (Alien: Resurrection), Andy Stahl (The Mist), Will Sandin (Halloween), Allan F. Nicholls (Popeye), Lisa Varga (Dark Skies), Garrett Brawith (F.R.E.D.I.), Stephen Vining (The Walking Dead), Yip Harburg (The Wizard of Oz), Leif Gantvoort (The Amazing Spider-Man), Darryl Cox (RoboCop), Pamela Gordon (Weird Science), Carrie Savage (Pokémon), Suzanna Lave (Brainwaves), Hope Mirrlees (Lud-in-the-Mist), James Herbert (The Rats), S.P. Meek (The Cave of Horrors), Cecilia Tan (The Siren and the Sword)…

#OTD (7 April) in geeky history in 1933: King Kong opens

Born #OTD (7 April) in geeky history: Russell Crowe (The Mummy), Jackie Chan (Kung Fu Panda), Francis Ford Coppola (Megalopolis), James Garner (God, the Devil and Bob), Jason Ralph (The Magicians), Ed Speelers (Outlander), Kevin Alejandro (Arrow), Patricia Belcher (Jeepers Creepers), Wayne Rogers (I Dream of Jeannie… Fifteen Years Later), Ismael Cruz Cordova (Sesame Street), Heather Burns (Bewitched), Clarke Peters (Jessica Jones), Phoebe Nicholls (Fairy Tale: A True Story), Eric Wareheim (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Matt Servitto (Enchanted), Anthony Caruso (Star Trek: The Original Series), Stanley Adams (Star Trek: The Original Series), R.G. Armstrong (Predator), Jennifer Lynch (American Horror Story), Ellie Harvie (The New Addams Family), Cristine Prosperi (Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming), Roberta Stone (The Shaggy Dog), Ian Richardson (Dark City), Jace Alexander (Xena: Warrior Princess), Gorden Kaye (Brazil), Dennis Hayden (Race to Witch Mountain), Andrew Sachs (Doctor Who: Shada), Conner Rayburn (Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa), Sergio Peris-Mencheta (Resident Evil: Afterlife), Elaine Miles (Wyvern), Sandy Powell (Mary Poppins Returns), Bill Bellamy (Neverwas), Michael Bellisario (The Picture of Dorian Gray), Cec Verrell (Runaway), Stan Winston (Manimal), David Frost (The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella), Yvonne Lime (I Was a Teenage Werewolf), Louise Currie (The Ape Man), Jack Johnson (Lost in Space), Kirsten Baker (Friday the 13th Part 2), Michael Almereyda (Marjorie Prime), Allan Cuthbertson (UFO), Jordan Trovillion (Mosquito-Man), Keith Buckley (Excalibur), Eve Salvail (The Fifth Element), Ronald Howard (The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb), Danny Wells (The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!), Alex Lanipekun (The Titan), Teri Ann Lin (Monsters), Gavin Gordon (Bride of Frankenstein), Nathan Baesel (Invasion), Kyle Labine (Freddy vs. Jason), Bill Butler (Anaconda), Daniel Emilfork (The City of Lost Children), Lesleh Donaldson (Swamp Freak), Del Monroe (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Heather Fusari (The Walking Dead), Ravi Shankar (Alice in Wonderland), John Oates (Pixels), William Eythe (Tales of Tomorrow), Rachel Duncan (Rumpelstiltskin), Margia Dean (The Quatermass Xperiment), Julia Phillips (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Esther Elise Johnson (The Man in the High Castle), Henry Kuttner (The Lion and the Unicorn), Donald Barthelme (The Dead Father)…

#OTD (6 April) in geeky history in 1984: The NeverEnding Story opens in West Germany

Born #OTD (6 April) in geeky history: Paul Rudd (Ant-Man), Eliza Coupe (Future Man), Michael Rooker (Guardians of the Galaxy), Candace Cameron Bure (F.R.E.D.I.), Peyton List (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice), Diora Baird (Stan Helsing), Charlie McDermott (Hot Tub Time Machine), Zach Braff (Oz the Great and Powerful), John Ratzenberger (Toy Story), Marilu Henner (Vamps), Billy Dee Williams (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), Miguel Ángel Silvestre (Ferdinand), Bret Harrison (V), Teddy Sears (The Flash), Jonathan Firth (The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns), Joi Lansing (Bigfoot), Anita Pallenberg (Barbarella), Jason Hervey (Back to the Future), Ivan Dixon (The Greatest American Hero), Roy Thinnes (The Invaders), Judi Bowker (Clash of the Titans), Ari Meyers (Stanley), Spencer List (Fringe), Janet Argen (Red Sonja), Lon Gowan (Us), Lori Heuring (The Gates), Scott Walker (The Muppet Movie), Dudley Sutton (Cockneys vs Zombies), Patrika Darbo (Babe), David Dean Bottrell (True Blood), Cindy Robinson (Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon), Phil Leeds (Ghost), Alana Austin (Hansel & Gretel), Mia Zottoli (The Mummy’s Kiss), Judith McConnell (Sliders), Tracy Kolis (Quantum Leap), Doug Ellin (Wish), Anders Thomas Jensen (The Dark Tower), Tony Carreiro (Charmed), Patrick Doyle (Cinderella), Terrence Hardiman (Doctor Who), Kwesi Boakye (The Amazing World of Gumball), Scott Tomas (Star Trek: Voyager), Ted Gehring (Battlestar Galactica), Matthew Carey (Creature), Kathleen Barr (Dragon Tales), Merle Haggard (Hillbillys in a Haunted House), Matthew Tompkins (The Harrowing), Cecily Fay (Warrioress), William Challee (Moonchild), Milissa Sears (Teen Wolf), Amando de Ossorio (Tombs of the Blind Dead), Jane Actman (Wonder Woman), Dick Peabody (Knight Rider), Joel West (Heroes), Barbara Brownell (Mark of the Witch), Justin Rhodes (Terminator (Dark Fate), Myleene Klass (Igor), Mike Bundlie (Rock Dog), Natalie Moon (Star Trek Beyond), James Saxon (Biggles), Alasdair Gillis (UFO Kidnapped), Robert Gorrie (Gotham), Ben Rollins (Sasquatch: Boss of the Forest), Jamie McBride (Transformers), Michael Baseleon (Wonder Woman), Franc Ross (Firefly), Vincent Guastaferro (Vampire Mob), Gil Kane (Green Lantern), Arthur Herzog (The Swarm), Douglas Hill (Galactic Warlord)…

#OTD (5 April) in geeky history in 2008: Fugue State opens

Born #OTD (5 April) in geeky history: Lily James (Cinderella), Hayley Atwell (Agent Carter), Krista Allen (Charmed), Gregory Peck (The Omen), Bette Davis (The Watcher in the Woods), Spencer Tracy (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Tom Riley (Doctor Who), Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files), Max Gail (The Aliens Are Coming), Michael Moriarty (Q), Lisa Zane (Biker Mice from Mars), Roger Corman (Little Shop of Horrors), Jane Asher (Out of This World), Lana Clarkson (Barbarian Queen), Marshall Allman (Humans), Freddie Fox (Victor Frankenstein), Christopher Reid (War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave), Josh Boone (The Stand), Frank Gorshin (Batman), Nigel Hawthorne (Demolition Man), Pharrell Williams (The Grinch), Peter Greenaway (Prospero’s Books), Melvyn Douglas (Ghost Story), Wendy Braun (Mass Effect), Gary Hershberger (Twin Peaks), Walter Huston (Transatlantic Tunnel), Alexandra Lydon (Star Trek: Enterprise), Tasia Valenza (Batman: Arkham Asylum), Carlos Carrasco (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Roger Davis (Dark Shadows), Michael V. Gazzo (Automan), Alexander Enberg (Star Trek: Voyager), Gale Storm (Revenge of the Zombies), John Le Mesurier (A Christmas Carol), Anna Sophia Berglund (Living Among Us), Grady Sutton (Rock ‘n’ Roll High School), Mary Costa (Sleeping Beauty), Min-a Shin (Tomorrow with You), Jason Done (Merlin), Gordon Jones (The Green Hornet), Christopher Hewett (Fantasy Island), Albert R. Broccoli (Moonraker), David Winters (Space Mutiny), Shawn Stevens (Day Zero), Junko Takeuchi (Naruto), Erik Aude (Divergent), Mélanie St-Pierre (Garm Wars: The Last Druid), Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball Z), Virginia Kiser (Poltergeist), Dallas Reid (Clockwork Planet), Lance Robertson (Yo Gabba Gabba!), Aaron Groben (Deathday), Bleu Landau (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword), Chao Li Chi (Big Trouble in Little China), Bryan Clark (Megaville), Todd Berger (The Happytime Murders), Larry Franco (The Thing), Harry Elfont (The Flintstones in Viva Las Vegas), Michael Bryant (Hamlet), Charles Edwin Powell (Screamers), Von Flores (Johnny Mnemonic), Erford Gage (The Seventh Victim), Nick Price (The Land Before Time XII: The Great Day of the Flyers), Robert Bloch (The Shambler from the Stars), Deborah Harkness (A Discovery of Witches), A.C. Crispin (Sarek), Anthony Horowitz (The Devil’s Doorbell)…

#OTD (4 April) in geeky history in: 1952 – Abbott & Costello’s Jack and the Beanstalk premieres in Paterson, MJ (at IMDb; 1968 – Sister Bertrille wants to rehabilitate a dog who is a purse snatcher, Sam shows Darrin an alternate history where witches are openly known, Roger buys Angelique’s portrait, and Digger Digorum searches for a monster

Born #OTD (4 April) in geeky history: Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Natasha Lyonne (Pee-wee’s Playhouse), Sarah Gadon (11.22.63), Heath Ledger (The Dark Knight), Hugo Weaving (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Amanda Righetti (Captain America: The First Avenger), Lorraine Toussaint (She-Ra and the Princesses of Power), James Roday (Repli-Kate), David Cross (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Nancy McKeon (Thundarr the Barbarian), Barry Pepper (Battlefield Earth), Craig T. Nelson (The Incredibles), Peter Vaughan (Brazil), Collette Wolfe (Interstellar), Daniella Bobadilla (Beasts Undiscovered), Anthnony Perkins (The Sins of Dorian Gray), Chris Conner (Altered Carbon), Christine Lahti (Amerika), Andrei Tarkovsky (Solaris), David E. Kelley (Mr. Mercedes), Matthew MacCaull (Tomorrowland), Kenneth Mars (Young Frankenstein), Estelle Harris (Toy Story 4), Mary-Margaret Humes (Eerie, Indiana), Cherie Lunghi (Excalibur), Phil Morris (Atlantis: The Lost Empire), Robbie Rist (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Lisa Ray (Defendor), Alexa Nikolas (The Walking Dead), Xenia Seeberg (Lexx), Julie Carmen (Gargantua), Lynette Mettey (The Six Million Dollar Man), Jamie Lynn Spears (Unstable Fables: The Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Show), Aki Kaurismäki (Macbeth), Caroline McWilliams (Nearly Departed), A. Michael Williams (Phantasm), Bea Benadaret (The Flintstones), Elizabeth Wilson (The Addams Family), Kett Turton (Blade: Trinity), Jill Scott (Black Lightning), Jessica Napier (Ghost Rider), Gavin Stenhouse (Black Mirror), Pamela Ribon (Moana), Constance Shulman (Doug), Casey Biggs (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Luke Halpin (Shock Waves), David White (Bewitched), Joyce Giraud (Jeepers Creepers III), Graham Norton (Robbie the Reindeer in Close Encounters of the Herd Kind), Simone Griffith (Death Race 2000), Gene Reynolds (The Ghost & Mrs. Muir), Jennifer Hasty (True Blood), Elmer Bernstein (Ghostbusters), Jeanne Goursaud (Wishlist), Dorothy Hart (Tarzan’s Savage Fury), Gregory Thomas Garcia (Family Guy), Justin Cook (Dragon Ball Z), Claudette Mink (Paycheck), Ava Fabian (Love Bites), Ana Asensio (The Kovak Box), James Hazeldine (the Omega Factor), Toni Lawrence (Sole Survivor), Noreen Nash (Phantom from Space), Janice Kawaye (My Life as a Teenage Robot), Joe Chen (The Monkey King), Samuel S. Hinds (It’s a Wonderful Life), Tim Matthews (Space Precinct), Dorothy Ford (Space Patrol), Meibh Campbell (The Worst Witch), Silvia Suvadová (Starwatch), Anthony Green (S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl), Drew James (Future Man), Benjamin Ciaramello (The Riddler vs. Harley Quinn: A Love Story), Andrew Lau Wai-Keung (Future Cops), Stanley G. Weinbaum (The New Adam)…

#OTD (3 April) in geeky history in 1968: 2001: A Space Odyssey released

Born #OTD (3 April) in geeky history: Ben Mendelsohn (Captain Marvel), Sofia Boutella (Star Trek Beyond), Cobie Smulders (The Avengers), Matthew Goode (A Discovery of Witches), Marlon Brando (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Eddie Murphy (The Nutty Professor), Alec Baldwin (The Shadow), Adam Scott (Ghosted), Amanda Bynes (Robots), Angela Featherstone (The Twilight Zone), Rachel Bloom (Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Jennie Garth (Teen Angel Returns), Catherine McCormack (A Sound of Thunder), David Hyde Pierce (A Bug’s Life), Jamie Bamber (Battlestar Galactica), Sarah Jeffery (Charmed), Hayley Kiyoko (Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins), Marsha Mason (Audrey Rose), Charlotte Coleman (Faeries), Eric Braeden (Colossus: The Forbin Project), Sebastian Bach (SpongeBob SquarePants), Bill Sage (Shockwave Darkside), Jan Sterling (1984), Elizabeth Gracen (Highlander), Jennifer Rubin (Screamers), Will Mellor (Merlin), Lesley Sharp (Afterlife), Benjamin Stone (The Nine Lives of Chloe King), Aeriél Miranda (The Nine Lives of Chloe King), Robert Hy Gorman (Leprechaun), Wayne Newton (Fallout: New Vegas), Kevin Hagen (Land of the Giants), Tomas Arana (Guardians of the Galaxy), Rebekah Kennedy (Limbo), Chrissie Fit (Milo Murphy’s Law), Jing Wu (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor), John Laughlin (The Lawnmower Man), Wolf Kahler (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Iron Eyes Cody (Mister Ed), Nicholas Jones (The Worst Witch), Kiana Ledé (Deadlands: The Rising), Andrew Keir (Quatermass and the Pit), Jennifer Missoni (Fringe), Matthew Ferguson (Cube2: Hypercube), Axelle Carolyn (Tales of Halloween), Harry Earles (The Wizard of Oz), James Black (Soldier), Miguel Bosé (Suspiria), Lawrence Dane (Scanners), Paula Rhodes (Hollywood Wasteland), Jan Merlin (Tom Corbett, Space Cadet), Timothy Bateson (Labyrinth), Jackson Bond (The Invasion), Lyle Alzado (Zapped Again!), Tony Orlando (Oswald), Robin Mossley (Elf), Uri Gavriel (The Dark Knight Rises), Shelley Michelle (Galaxy Hunter), Ray Combs (Vampire in Brooklyn), Bob Hoy (Wonder Woman), Danny De La Paz (Freejack), Washington Irving (The Legend of Sleepy Hollow), Colin Kapp (Patterns of Chaos)…

#OTD (2 April) in geeky history in 2004: Hellboy opens

Born #OTD (2 April) in geeky history: Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones), Michael Fassbender (X-Men: First Class), Christopher Meloni (Man of Steel), Jesse Plemons (Battleship), Linda Hunt (Dune), Jaime Ray Newman (Eureka), Clark Gregg (The Avengers), Adam F. Goldberg (Day Watch), Lindy Booth (Dawn of the Dead), Bethany Joy Lenz (Colony), Alec Guinness (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Adam Rodriguez (Roswell), Pamela Reed (Jericho), Aaron Lohr (A Goofy Movie), Drew Van Acker (Tower Prep), Shawn Roberts (X-Men), Buddy Ebsen (The Horror at 37,000 Feet), Renée Estevez (Addams Family Reunion), Ashley Peldon (Drop Dead Fred), Roshan Seth (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), Jack Webb (Project U.F.O.), Cynthia Lynn (The Six Million Dollar Man), Simon Farnaby, (Ghosts), Debbs Greer (The Green Mile), Penelope Keith (Ghost Story), Debralee Scott (The Reincarnation of Peter Proud), Sam Anderson (Lost), Christina Materson (Power Rangers Megaforce), Tiffany Brouwer (Star Trek Continues), Aiden Turner (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Gloria Henry (Doin’ Time on Planet Earth), Sharon Acker (Star Trek: The Original Series), Ron Palillo (Rubik, the Amazing Cube), Rita Gam (Tucker’s Witch), Jamison Newlander (The Lost Boys), Brian Glover (Doctor Who), John Thomson (Inkheart), Allan Corduner (Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game), Shirley Johnson (Silver Surfer), Donald Petrie (My Favorite Martian), Jana Marie Hupp (Independence Day), Bill Romanowski (Get Smart), Shanti Lowry (Looney Tunes: Back in Action), Deedee Magno (Steven Universe), Clare Thomas (Young Dracula), H.B. Haggerty (The Incredible Hulk), Daisuke Namikawa (Pokémon), Bob Frazer (ReBoot: The Guardian Code), Kevin Bernhardt (Superboy), Marc Caro (Alien: Resurrection), Meryl Cassie (The Tribe), Brian Hargrove (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Billy Dean (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Paul Machliss (The World’s End), Steve Monarque (Friday the 13th: The Series), Lili Fini Zanuck (Cocoon), Karen Knotts (Exorcism), Mehar Sethi (Robot Chicken), Barry Hansen (Dr. Demento), Hans Christian Andersen (The Little Mermaid), Joan D. Vinge (Psion), Peter Haining (The Nightmare Reader), David Dalglish (Skyborn)…

#OTD (1 April) in geeky history in 1989: Sinbad of the Seven Seas is released on video (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (1 April) in geeky history: Grace Lee Whitney (Star Trek: The Original Series), Asa Butterfield (Hugo), JJ Felid (Captain America: The First Avenger), Mackenzie Davis (The Martian), Taran Killam (The Awesomes), Matt Lanter (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Annette O’Toole (Smallville), Debbie Reynolds (Kim Possible), Sam Huntington (Being Human), Jennifer Runyon (Ghost Busters), Jane Powell (Tubby the Tuba), Jessica Collins (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Troy Baker (Ultimate Spider-Man), Anamaria Marinca (Europa Report), Bijou Phillips (It’s Alive), David Oyelowo (The Lion Guard), Jane Adams (Poltergeist), Toshirô Mifune (Princess from the Moon), Method Man (Vampires vs. the Bronx), Hannah Spearritt (Primeval), Josh Zuckerman (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Traci Lind (Class of 1999), Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In), Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black), Sung Hi Lee (Birds of Prey), Denise Wickerson (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Bobby Jordan (Spook Busters), Emily Goss (Future Man), Wallace Beery (The Lost World), Gordon Jump (Get Smart), Lon Chaney (London After Midnight), John Quade (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Carol White (Prehistoric Women), Albert Hughes (The Book of Eli), Allen Hughes (The Book of Eli)Nancy Morgan (Shazam!), Michael Praed (The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne), Jordan Charney (Ghost Busters), George Baker (Doctor Who), Lachy Hulme (The Matrix Revolutions), George Grizzard (3rd Rock from the Sun), Cyril Raffaelli (The Incredible Hulk), Ned Glass (Mr. Terrific), Rob Bottin (Total Recall), Heather Young (Land of the Giants), Tobias Mehler (Stargate SG-1), Yûko Takeuchi (Flashforward), Aliza Gur (Tarzan and the Jungle Boy), Leora Dana (Amityville 3-D), April Stewart (The Legend of Korra), Betsy Jones-Moreland (Creature from the Haunted Sea), Aaron Goodwin (Space Detective), Abner Biberman (The Twilight Zone), Don Steele (Death Race 2000), Gabriel Bologna (Captain EO), Grayson Thorne Kilpatrick (American Horror Story), Jonathan Haze (The Little Shop of Horrors), Don Hastings (Captain Video and his Video Rangers), Art Lund (It’s Alive III: Island of the Alive), Yoshihiro Nishimura (Tokyo Gore Police), Avril Elgar (The Medusa Touch), Beatriz Batarda (Relic Hunter), Audrey Larkins (Dark Shadows), Richard Christy (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.), David Dunston (Black Panther), Jeffrey J. Dashnaw (Cowboys & Aliens), Matthew Linville (Weird Science), Anne McCaffrey (Dragonflight), Samuel R. Delany (Babel-17)…

#OTD (31 March) in geeky history in 1999: The Matrix opens

Born #OTD (31 March) in geeky history: Jessica Szohr (The Orville), Ewan MacGregor (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Damon Herriman (Son of the Mask), Christopher Walken (The Jungle Book), Kate Micucci (Steven Universe), Rhea Pearlman (Matilda), Daniel Mays (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Richard Chamberlain (The Last Wave), Shirley Jones (Zombie Night), Victoria Smurfit (Bulletproof Monk), William McNamara (Feel the Dead), Caitlin Carver (Timeless), JeeJa Yanin (Halfworlds), Melissa Ordway (17 Again), Valerie Curtin (Brave New World), Austin Highsmith (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Tony Cox (Spaceballs), Alejandro Amenábar (The Others), Patrick Magee (A Clockwork Orange), Josh Saviano (The Ray Bradbury Theatre), Adrian Holmes (Elysium), Ed Marinaro (Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon), Beth Goddard (X-Men: First Class), Judith Shekoni (Heroes Reborn), Gabe Kaplan (BoJack Horseman), Marc McClure (Superman), Paul Mercurio (Dark Planet), Ashleigh Ball (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic), Richard Kiley (Jurassic Park), Adam Green (Friday the 13th: The Game), Jacqueline Kim (Star Trek: Generations), Sylvester Groth (Sense8), Kellee Stewart (Hot Tub Time Machine), Peggy Rea (7 Faces of Dr. Lao), Michelle Nicastro (Knight Rider), Robert Stevenson (Mary Poppins), Andrew Bowen (Star Wars: The Old Republic), John Harron (White Zombie), Eddie Quillan (The Addams Family), Michaela Bercu (Bram Stoker’s Dracula), Martin Lev (The Day After Tomorrow), Daniel Chaudhry (The Witch), Anne Marie Howard (Prince of Darkness), R.D. Robb (Matilda), Harley Cross (The Fly II), Mary Cadorette (The Munsters Today), Jeff Davis (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight), Angela Marie Dotchin (Young Hercules), Amin El Gamal (The Librarians), Lee Patterson (The Immortal), Ted Post (The Twilight Zone), Maaya Sakamoto (Ghost in the Shell), Diane Jergens (The Addams Family), Christine Barger (Pulse), Hallie Foote (Paranoral Activity 3), Daniel Anderson (Virtuosity), Howard Gordon (The X-Files), Carol-Ann Miller (Harry and the Hendersons), Lucille Bliss (Cinderella), Gary Winick (Charlotte’s Web), Craig McCracken (The Powerpuff Girls), Jacek Rozenek (The Witcher), Alexander Davion (The Plague of the Zombies), Bob Simmons (Moonraker), Isabella Bazler (Dracula: The Impaler), Evgeniy Lazarev (Iron Man 2), Roy Poole (The Bionic Woman), Emma Atkins (Thunderbirds Are Go), Kevin Greutert (Inspector Gadget), Andrew Lang (The Blue Fairy Book)…

#OTD (30 March) in geeky history in 1934: Death Takes a Holiday opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (30 March) in geeky history: John Astin (The Addams Family), Katy Mixon (Big Hero 6: the Series), Maurice LaMarche (Futurama), Fiona Gubelmann (iZombie), Helena Mattsson (Surrogates), Robbie Coltrane (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Warren Beatty (Heaven Can Wait), Ian Ziering (Sharknado), Cassandra Scerbo (Sharknado), Mark Consuelos (My Super Ex-Girlfriend), Mili Avital (Stargate), Winter Ave Zoli (Hellboy), Jason Dohring (The Originals), Paul Reiser (Aliens), Donna D’Errico (Candyman 3: Day of the Dead), Juliet Landau (Ed Wood), Lillo Brancato (Vamp Bikers Tres), Gabrielle Drake (UFO), Tessa Ferrer (Insidious: The Last Key), Matt Doran (The Matrix), Kenneth Welsh (The Day After Tomorrow), Céline Dion (Muppets Most Wanted), Jose Pablo Cantillo (Elysium), Norah Jones (Ted), Sandra Escacena (Veronica), Eric Clapton (Tommy), Peter Marshall (Annie), Irina Starshenbaum (Attraction), Piers Morgan (Criminal), Bahar Soomekh (Ghost Whisperer), Michael Lehmann (American Horror Story), Shirley Stoler (Pee-wee’s Playhouse), Richard Dysart (The Thing), Roland Kickinger (Terminator Salvation), Herbert Anderson (I Bury the Living), Greta Thyssen (Journey to the Seventh Planet), Chelsea Harris (Spooked), George Morfogen (V), Sydney Chaplin (Satan’s Cheerleaders), Dana Gillespie (The Lost Continent), Vincenzo Amato (Sicilian Ghost Story), DJ AM (Iron Man 2), Stephen Gevedon (War of the Worlds), Ji Soo (Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo), Fraser Aitcheson (Godzilla), Turhan Bey (The Mummy’s Tomb), Joseph Cali (Something Is Out There), Lindsay Parker (Hocus Pocus), Heidi Schanz (The Truman Show), Sarah Badel (Just Visiting), Simon Baker (I, Robot), Jay W. MacIntosh (The Haunting of Seacliff Inn), M.C. Hammer (Hammerman), Stuart Dryburgh (Men in Black: International), Marley McClean (Star Trek: Voyager), William Hill (The Devil’s Advocate), Rick Pasqualone (Transformers: Robots in Disguise), Herman Bing (Dumbo), Will Hare (Back to the Future), Megumi Hayashibara (Neon Genesis Evangelion), Alan Fletcher (Neighbours vs. Time Travel), Ronnie Kerr (Vampire Boys 2: The New Brood), Robert Riskin (Lost Horizon), Rolf Harris (Olive the Ostrich), Cydney Bernard (Roswell), Joel Marston (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Tawny Moyer (Halloween II), Shayla Beesley (Reaper), Joyce Carey (Blithe Spirit), Ayako Kawasumi (Witch Craft Works), Dennis Hoey (Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man), Mark Burns (Count Dracula), Duncan Casey (The Witches of Dumpling Farm)…

#OTD (29 March) in geeky history in 2013: The Host opens

Born #OTD (29 March) in geeky history: John Gilling (The Gamma People), Lucy Lawless (Xena: Warrior Princess), Christopher Lambert (Highlander), Marina Sirtis (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Ed Skrein (Deadpool), Amy Sedaris (Puss in Boots), Brendan Gleeson (Mr. Mercedes), Perry Mattfeld (Wizards of Waverly Place), Annabella Sciorra (Daredevil), Scott Wilson (The Walking Dead), Elle MacPherson (Batman & Robin), Terence Hill (The Wonders of Aladdin), Hayley McFarland (The Conjuring), Eric Idle (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Alain Moussi (X-Men: Apocalypse), Bud Cort (Brave New World), Sam Hazeldine (The Huntsman: Winter’s War), Megan Hilty (BrainDead), Samantha Jo (Wonder Woman), Michael Winterbottom (Time Riders), Victor Salva (Powder), Bradford Tatum (Powder), Tai Hara (Terra Nova), Renn Hawkey (The Returned), Hana Hayes (Insidious: The Last Key), Barry Pearl (The Munster’s Revenge), Ryan Lambert (The Monster Squad), Chris Massoglia (Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant), Josh Blaylock (Video Game High School), Barry Jackson (Doctor Who), Philip Locke (Doctor Who), Eileen Heckart (Out of the Blue), Paul Herman (Mighty Aphrodite), Paul Sloan (The Scorpion King), Arthur O’Connell (7 Faces of Dr. Lao), Lara Wendel (Ghosthouse), Christopher Thornton (Watchers II), Drake Doremus (Equals), Chad Rook (Siren), Dennis O’Keefe (Topper Returns), Nicholas Elia (Speed Racer), Niall MacGinnis (Night of the Demon), Philip Ahn (Kung Fu), Aisha Kabia (Transformers: The Last Knight), Natalia Avelon (Far Cry), Lewis Reeves (Misfits), Michael Leon-Wooley (The Princess and the Frog), Scott M. Gimple (The Walking Dead), Christopher Lawford (Blankman), Vangelis (Blade Runner), Pearl Bailey (The Fox and the Hound), Norman Snow (The Last Starfighter), Morné Visser (Outlander), Donald Hotton (Dark Shadows), Tae-hee Kim (Demon Empire), Brian Beacock (Twin Star Exorcists), Jun’ichi Suwabe (Final Fantasy X), Frederick Treves (Doctor Who), Phil Foster (Conquest of Space), Krista Sutton (Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming), Aneliese Heinz (Paranormal Whacktivity), Si-yeon Park (The Fox Family), Dan Adhoot (Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell), Lucas Elliot Eberl (Phantoms), Bobby “Wheezer” Hutchins (A Lad an’ a Lamp), Sue Price (Nemesis 2: Nebula), Jeffrey Parazzo (Power Rangers DinoThunder), Jackie Vernon (Frosty the Snowman), Marc Musso (The Last Mimzy), Joseph Crawthorn (White Zombie), Frank Gilhooley (Guardian of the Galaxy), Shary Marshall (Panic in the Year Zero), Danielle Langlois (Dollhouse), Elizabeth Hand (Waking the Moon), J.A. Konrath (Timecaster)…

#OTD (28 March) in geeky history in: 1941 – Adventures of Captain Marvel opens (at IMDb, 1964 – The Incredible Mr. Limpet opens

Born #OTD (28 March) in geeky history: , Lady Gaga (American Horror Story), Julia Stiles (Out of the Dark), Laura Harrier (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Vince Vaughn (The Lost World: Jurassic Park), Orla Brady (Sinbad), Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead), Dianne Wiest (Edward Scissorhands), Conchata Ferrell (Edward Scissorhands), Annie Wersching (Runaways), Brett Ratner (X-Men: The Last Stand), Dan Petronijevic (Todd and the Book of Pure Evil), Reba McEntire (Tremors), Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko), Ken Howard (Ghost Whisperer), Amaia Salamanca (Paranormal Xperience 3D), Mike Newell (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Dirk Bogarde (Blithe Spirit), Tracey Needham (VR.5), Ryan Simpkins (Wonder Showzen), Jimmy Wong (Mulan), Max Perlich (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), David Vadim (Fringe), Shanna Moakler (Timecop), Siena Goines (Creature of Darkness), Chris Barrie (Red Dwarf), Natalie Lander (Justice League Action), Jenna Berman (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Amy Bruckner (Phil of the Future), Lacey Turner (Being Human), Helen Westley (Death Takes a Holiday), Flora Robson (Clash of the Titans), Gareth David-Lloyd (Torchwood), Stephen Ure (Xena: Warrior Princess), Paul Eiding (The Transformers), Jamie Smith-Jackson (Planet of the Apes), Orfeh (Across the Universe), Stephanie Dunham (Salem), Grégoire Aslan (The Golden Voyage of Sinbad), Ron Soble (Star Trek: The Original Series), Darcy Laurie (SGU Stargate Universe), Liam Hess (The Calling), Jimmie Dodd (Adventures of Superman), Jimmy Wang Yu (Soul), Sheila Ruskin (Doctor Who), Albert S. Ruddy (Megaforce), Tom O’Rourke (The X-Files), Camille Solari (Galaxy Hunter), Dorothy DeBorba (A Lad an’ a Lamp), Janice Lynde (Star Trek: Hidden Evil), Michael Wayans (Blankman), Jason Robards III (They Live), Jeff Burton (Planet of the Apes), Morris Perry (Doctor Who), Robert James (Blake’s 7), A. Bertram Chandler (Rim World)

#OTD (27 March) in geeky history in 2011: Nintendo 3DS released in North America

Born #OTD (27 March) in geeky history: Nathan Fillion (Firefly), Quentin Tarantino (From Dusk Till Dawn), Fergie (Planet Terror), Julian Glover (Game of Thrones), Stephen Dillane (Game of Thrones), Rosabell Laurenti Sellers (Game of Thrones), Pauley Perrette (Fantasy Hospital), Elizabeth Mitchell (Lost), Holliday Grainger (Cinderella), Michael Vlamis (Roswell, New Mexico), Brenda Song (Phil of the Future), Caroline Williams (Halloween II), Talisa soto (Mortal Kombat), Sandra Hess (Mortal Kombat: Annihilation), Louise Brealey (A Discovery of Witches), Nichole Galicia (Defiance), Michael York (Logan’s Run), Mariah Carey (The Lego Batman Movie), Kevin Corrigan (Fringe), Austin Pendleton (Short Circuit), Gloria Swanson (Killer Bees), Anne Ramsey (The Goonies), Maria Schneider (Mama Dracula), Kenny Doughty (Snowpiercer), Francie Swift (Vamp), David Janssen (Cult of the Cobra), Natasha Calis (The Possession), Brian Tarantina (Heroes), Jessie J (Ice Age: Collision Course), Paula Trickey (Sliders), Mary Treen (It’s a Wonderful Life), Adrian Rawlins (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Richard Denning (Creature from the Black Lagoon), Amelia Crouch (The Huntsman: Winter’s War), Jason Narvy (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Ashley Bank (The Monster Squad), Art Evans (Fright Night), Bernard Curry (Once Upon a Time), Richard Marner (The Boys from Brazil), Halle Bailey (A Wrinkle in Time), Jon Paul Steuer (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Bart Conner (Highway to Heaven), Tom Sullivan (Highway to Heaven), June Wilkinson (Frankenstein’s Great Aunt Tillie), James Cruze (When Ghost Meets Ghost), Aoi Yûki (One Punch Man), Emily Ann Lloyd (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Patrick Newell (Doctor Who), Mark Northover (Willow), Bonnie Gordon (Shield of Tomorrow), Lorenzo Semple Jr. (Batman), William Leslie (The Night the World Exploded), Caroline Maria Winberg (Limitless), Clive Rowe (Beauty and the Beast), Caite Upton (Neron), Jeny Batten (Disenchantment), Rich Ceraulo Ko (The Walking Dead), Fred Keating (When’s Your Birthday?), Jeff Griggs (Power Rangers Time Force), Natalina Maggio (Rock Paper Dead), Rory Copus (Hellboy), Reg Evans (Mad Max), Charles Lang (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir), Xuxa (Xuxinha and Guto Against the Space Monsters), Patricia C. Wrede (Dealing with Dragons), Thorne Smith (Topper), Dick King-Smith (The Sheep-Pig), Dana Stabenow (Second Star)…

#OTD (26 March) in geeky history in 1968: David Vincent tries to convince a Senator that a National Security Advisor is an alien, Jeannie grants Roger’s wish to take Tony’s place, The Mysterons get hold of an atomic reactor, and Barnabas’ mother finds out the truth

Born #OTD (26 March) in geeky history: Keira Knightley (Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl), Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jennifer Grey (Duck Duck Goose), Leslie Mann (George of the Jungle), Floriana Lima (Supergirl), Amy Smart (Stargirl), Jonathan Groff (Frozen), James Caan (Rollerball), Alan Arkin (Edward Scissorhands), Michael Imperioli (Life on Mars), Bianca Kajlich (Halloween Resurrection), T.R Knight (11.22.63), Natasha Leggero (Ugly Americans), Joe Anderson (The Ruins), Vicki Lawrence (The Fox and the Hound 2), Johnny Crawford (Village of the Giants), Martin Short (Innerspace), Eric Allan Kramer (The Thundermans), Tinto Brass (The Flying Saucer), Strother Martin (Sssssss), Ella Anderson (Henry Danger), Haley Ramm (X-Men: The Last Stand), Sterling Hayden (The Final Programme), Brittney Wilson (Johnny Test), Billy Warlock (Halloween II), Marita Geraghty (Groundhog Day), Diana Ross (The Wiz), Francis Lawrence (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Alan Silvestri (The Polar Express), Freya Tingley (Once Upon a Time), Sara Jean Underwood (Epic Movie), Luke Ford (The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Empire), Neal Bledsoe (The Man in the High Castle), Jonathan Glazer (Under the Skin), Alicia Lagano (ParaNorman), Steven Tyler (Epic), Luke Askew (The Six Million Dollar Man), Charlene McKenna (Misfits), Casimere Jolette (F.R.E.D.I.), Leeza Gibbons (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Will Wright (Mister Ed), Ernest Thomas (Mega Shark vs. Kolossus), Judith Baldwin (The Stepford Wives), Niels Arden Oplev (Flatliners), Woo-sik Choi (Okja), Matt Barber (Dracula), Dar Robinson (Time Express), Joby Baker (Tucker’s Witch), Ed Peck (Star Trek: The Original Series), Keith Diamond (Men in Black: The Series), Francesca Marie Smith (The Zeta Project), Wendy Fulton (Voyagers!), Ed Wasser (Babylon 5), Chips Rafferty (Skullduggery), Freddie Joe Farnsworth (World War Z), Carl Ogawa (Black Lightning), Phillip R. Allen (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock), John Morton (Flash Gordon), Tony Papenfuss (Escape from New York), Edward Bellamy (Looking Backward), G. Harry Stine (Warbots), T.A. Barron (Atlantis Rising)…

#OTD (25 March) in geeky history in 2011: Sucker Punch opens (at IMDb

Born #OTD (25 March) in geeky history: Richard O’Brien (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Lee Pace (Guardians of the Galaxy), Elizabeth Lail (Once Upon a Time), Jenny Slate (Zootopia), Edgar Ramírez (Wrath of the Titans), Aly Michalka (iZombie), Sarah Jessica Parker (Hocus Pocus), Matthew Garber (Mary Poppins), Bonnie Bedelia (Needful Things), Sean Faris (The Vampire Diaries), Marcia Cross (Quantum Leap), Seychelle Gabriel (The Last Airbender), Randall Emmett (The Amityville Horror), Brenda Strong (Starship Troopers), Paul Michael Glaser (The Running Man), Elton John (The Lion King), Kari Matchett (Invasion), Domenick Lombardozzi (Daredevil), John Stockwell (Christine), Lark Voorhies (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Erik Knudsen (The Mist), LisaGay Hamilton (Beastly), David Lean (The Secret of the Loch), Laz Alonso (Avatar), Tinsel Korey (Z Nation), James McDaniel (Sleepy Hollow), Mary Gross (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Roberts Blossom (Christine), Peter O’Brien (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Ed Begley (The Dunwich Horror), Robert O’Reilly (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Andy Clyde (Spook to Me), Jean Rogers (Flash Gordon), Hoyt Axton (Gremlins), Patrick Troughton (Doctor Who), Susan Engel (Doctor Who), Rosalyn Lloyd (Doctor Who), Phillip Reed (Unknown Island), Dan White (Unknown Island), Kiowa Gordon (The Twilight Saga: New Moon), John Laurie (The Abominable Dr. Phibes), Danica Patrick (Blaze and the Monster Machines), Nancy Kelly (Tarzan’s Desert Mystery), Haywood Nelson (Evilspeak), Amy Pascal (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Sheryl Swoopes (The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part), Erika Haynatz (Gabriel), Gloria Steinem (V for Vendetta), Renee Faia (Batman & Robin), Michael Reisz (Charmed), Alina Andrei (Transformers), Tae-Hyun Cha (Hello Ghost), Jim Uhls (Jumper), Howard Cossell (Nanny and the Professor), Lawrence Gordon (Predator), Spencer Charters (Topper Takes a Trip), Jennifer Edwards (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Nicholas Georgiade (Batman), Jeanette Sterke (The Invisible Man), El Brendel (Just Imagine), Ronald Squire (Blithe Spirit), Sylvia Anderson (Thunderbirds), D.C. Fontana (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jacqueline Lichtenberg (First Channel) …

#OTD (24 March) in geeky history in 1999: The Matrix premiers in Westwood, CA

Born #OTD (24 March) in geeky history: Joseph Barbera (The Yogi Bear Show), Alyson Hannigan (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Jessica Chastain (It: Chapter Two), Lake Bell (Harley Quinn), Lara Flynn Boyle (Twin Peaks), Finn Jones (Iron Fist), Steve McQueen (The Blob), Kelly LeBrock (Weird Science), Jim Parsons (Home), Tig Notaro (Star Trek: Discovery), Brennan Elliott (Curse of Chucky), Keisha Castle-Hughes (Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith), Amanda Brugel (The Handmaid’s Tale), Megyn Price (Bumblebee), Philip Winchester (Thunderbirds), Robert Carradine (Escape from L.A.), R. Lee Ermey (Batman: The Brave and the Bold), William Smith (Invasion of the Bee Girls), Patrick Malahide (Mortal Engines), Donna Pescow (The Flash), Charlie Creed-Miles (The Fifth Element), Peter Jacobson (Transformers), Nicholas Campbell (The Dead Zone), Michelle Harrison (Paycheck), Luke Edwards (Not of This World), Murray Hamilton (The Amityville Horror), Richard Conte (The Return of the Exorcist), Kim Johnston Ulrich (Rumpelstiltskin), Sam Daly (Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox), Norman Fell (Bewitched), David Macklin (The Twilight Zone), Olivia Burnette (Quantum Leap), Neil Grayston (Warehouse 13), Eliza Faria (Arrow), Gabriel Olds (Heroes), Nick Lashaway (In Time), Tommy Snider (Dr Dolittle 3), Angela Oh (The Gifted), Eddie Peng (The Monkey King 2), Lynn Borden (Frogs), Christine Kavanagh (Doctor Who), Shaun Dingwall (Doctor Who), Robbie Gee (Underworld), Connie Hines (Mister Ed), Peyton Manning (Ferdinand), Alexander Morton (The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings), Haruka Ayase (Guardian of the Spirit), Martin Kosleck (Agent for H.A.R.M.), Bridget Flanery (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Vanessa Brown (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir), Gene Nelson (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jason Wong (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Tony Leondis (The Emoji Movie), Alison MacInnes (Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue), Jeremy James Kissner (A.I Artificial Intelligence), Ub Iwerks (Steamboat Willie), Robert Adler (The Time Tunnel), Lisa Lord (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Star Jones (Drop Dead Diva), Harry Houdini (The Master Mystery), Hannah Minghella (Masters of the Universe), Chris Bosh (Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.), Bruce Montague (Dimensions of Fear), Kenneth Nelson (Hellraiser), Bob Mackie (The Star Wars Holiday Special), Carol Kaye (The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies), Stefan Ciupek (Dredd), William Morris (The Well at the World’s End), Tabitha King (Wolves at the Door)…

#OTD (23 March) in geeky history in 2012: The Hunger Games opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (23 March) in geeky history: Michele Monaghan (Source Code), Keri Russell (Star Wars: Episode IX), Catherine Keener (The Croods), Marin Hinkle (Frequency), Hope Davis (Captain America: Civil War), Steven Strait (Sky High), Vanessa Morgan (My Babysitter’s a Vampire), Joan Crawford (Trog), Nicholle Tom (Justice League Unlimited), Amanda Plummer (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Kenneth Tobey (The Thing from Another World), Richard Grieco (Attack of the Unknown), Corinne Cléry (Yor, the Hunter from the Future), Anastasia Griffint (Once Upon a Time), Tony Burton (Exorcism), Jenny Wright (Near Dark), Joanna Page (Poppy Cat), Barbara Rhoades (Quark), Kyrie Irving (Family Guy), Daniel Espinosa (Life), Sarah Buxton (Nightmare Beach), Madelyn Deutch (Outcast), Larry Fessenden (Wendigo), Abigail Cruttenden (Await Further Instructions), Teresa Ganzel (Droopy: Master Detective), Felix Kramer (Dark), Deborah Kaufmann (Dark), Bridger Zadina (Inhumans), Kate Jennings Grant (Supernatural), Anthony De Longis (Masters of the Universe), Chris Henchy (Land of the Lost), Luciana Carro (Falling Skies), Stephen A. Chang (Captain Marvel), Blythe Auffarth (Dragon Nest: Warrior’s Dawn), Chaka Khan (Globehunters), David Tom (Pleasantville), John William Young (Frankenstein General Hospital), Kelly Perine (Knight Squad), John Pinette (AlF), Mark Rydell (The Wild Wild West), Francis De Sales (The Wild Wild West), Philip Ober (I Dream of Jeannie), Ron Obrach (Jungle Junction), Clayton Watson (The Matrix Reloaded), Beau Flynn (Rampage), Rus Blackwell (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Melissa Errico (Frequency), Monique Van Voren (Tarzan and the She-Devil), Jason Schombing (Timecop), Miles Marsico (Stuart Little), Michael Sorich (Naruto: Shippûden), Delphi Lawrence (The Man Who Could Cheat Death), Bernarndo de Paula (Rio), Trevor Jones (Dark City), Roy Lee (It), Mary Zophres (Interstellar), Marty Allen (Allen and Rossi Meet Dracula and Frankenstein), H. Beam Piper (Little Fuzzy), Kim Stanley Robinson (Red Mars), Elizabeth Ann Scarborough (Acorna), Eleanor Cameron (The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet)…

#OTD (22 March) in geeky history in 2002: Blade II opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (22 March) in geeky history: William Shatner (Star Trek: The Original Series), Reese Witherspoon (Monsters vs. Aliens), Constance Wu (Wish Dragon), Tania Raymonde (Lost), Nick Robinson (Jurassic World), Cole Hauser (Transcendence), Keegan-Michael Key (Tomorrowland), Anne Dudek (The Magicians), Will Yun Lee (Altered Carbon), Tiffany Dupont (Supernatural), Matthew Modine (Stranger Things), Bruno Ganz (The Manchurian Candidate), Lena Olin (Queen of the Damned), Kandyse McClure (Battlestar Galactica), M. Emmet Walsh (Blade Runner), James Wolk (Zoo), Heather Lind (Sleepy Hollow), Matt Bush (Halloween II), Lizzie Brocheré (Falling Water), Karl Malden (Alice in Wonderland), Katie Stuart (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Eric Roth (The Curious CAse of Benjamin Button), Mary Tramm (Doctor Who), Werner Klemperer (Lost in Space), Fred Crane (Lost in Space), James Westerfield (Lost in Space), Ross Martin (The Wild Wild West), Francesco Quinn (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), Steve Toussaint (Judge Dredd), Erin Gibson (Gay of Thrones), Virginia Grey (Unknown Island), Carter Wong (Big Trouble in Little China), Shawn Bradley (Space Jam), Andrew Lloyd Webber (Cats), Carlton Cuse (Lost), Eric Bruskotter (Starship Troopers), Max Richter (The Leftovers), James Brown (Space Probe Taurus), Wilfred Brambell (Alice in Wonderland), Moriah “Shining Dove” Snyder (The Prophecy), Linden Chiles (The Green Hornet), Carmen Filpi (Beetlejuice), Herbert Rudley (My Living Doll), Stephen Sondheim (Into the Woods), Marcel Marceau (Barbarella), Dax Griffin (Ant-Man), Andreas Pietschmann (Dark), Jennifer Titus (Supergator), David Katzenberg (It), Greg Cruttwell (George of the Jungle), Karyn Dwyer (Sailor Moon), Joseph Schildkraut (The Twilight Zone), Angelo Badalamenti (Frankenstein), Aleisa Shirley (Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone), Shelley Langworth (Vampire Academy), Michael Westmore (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Samantha Robson (Red Dwarf), Karl Hardman (Night of the Living Dead), Gary Janetti (Family Guy), Ben Johnson (Jekyll and Hyde: The True Story), Nathan Greno (Tangled), Tyler Oakley (Spooktober), Rudy Rucker (The Hollow Earth), John Ringo (Under a Graveyard Sky)…

#OTD (21 March) in geeky history in 1988: Miss Parker may be helping amnesiac fugitive Jarod, Newton & Ned try to set a world record, Svengoolie shows The Giant Gila Monster, and MST3K heckles The Phantom Planet

Born #OTD (21 March) in geeky history: Sonequa Martin-Green (Star Trek: Discovery), Gary Oldman (Bram Stoker’s Dracula), Scott Eastwood (Suicide Squad), Timothy Dalton (Doom Patrol), Matthew Broderick (WarGames), Jaye Davidson (Stargate), Laura Allen (The 4400), Rhys Darby (What We Do in the Shadows), Joseph Mawle (Game of Thrones), Rachael MacFarlane (American Dad!), Santino Fontana (Frozen), Jasmin Savoy Brown (The Leftovers), Suraj Sharma (Life of Pi), Rosie O’Donnell (The Flintstones), Cynthia Geary (Bigfoot), RJ Syler (Power Rangers), Karyn Kusama (The Man in the High Castle), Jill Schoelen (Babes in Toyland), Lisa Ann Russell (A.P.E.X.). Greg Ellis (Star Trek), Brad Hall (A Bug’s Life), Sabrina Le Beauf (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Melanie Stone (Mythica: A Quest for Heroes), Vanessa Branch (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Sam Troughton (Hex), Lena Banks (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Logan Ramsey (Scrooged), Narges Rashidi (Speed Racer), Rini Bell (The Thirst: Blood War), Kathleen O’Malley (Misfits of Science), Kassie Wesley DePaiva (Evil Dead II), James Coco (The Curious Case of Santa Claus), Ryan Bittle (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Kathryn Greenwood (Poltergeist), Jerry Supiran (Small Wonder), Jonathan Hale (Adventures of Superman), Taborah Johnson (Star Wars: Droids), Gustav Fröhlich (Metropolis), Suzanne Kaaren (The Devil Bat), Matthew Arkin (The Curse), Kristen Anderson-Lopez (Frozen), Kathleen Widdoes (The Mephisto Waltz), W.S. Van Dyke (Tarzan the Ape Man), Al Freeman Jr. (Finian’s Rainbow), Peter Bull (Doctor Dolittle), Stefanie Black (Ghost Whisperer), Denise Di Novi (James and the Giant Peach), Roger Hammond (Arabian Nights), Harry Jackson (The Monolith Monsters), Michael Kane (Macbeth), Colleen Wheeler (X-Men: Evolution), Lara Lamberti (Red Sonja), Tamara Witmer (Supergator), Hilary Minster (Doctor Who), Nicholas J. Coleman (Mr. Mercedes), Lorene Yarnell Jansson (Spaceballs), Lois Collier (Flying Disc Man from Mars), Jean Marie Hon (Man from Atlantis), Roger Wright (Y Sci Fi), Ray Bennett (Adventures of Superman)…

#OTD (20 March) in geeky history in 1981: The Final Conflict opens

Born #OTD (20 March) in geeky history: Ruby Rose (Batwoman), Holly Hunter (The Incredibles), Freema Agyeman (Doctor Who), Spike Lee (Ghostwriter), David Thewlis (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban), William Hurt (Altered States), Xavier Dolan (It: Chapter Two), Michael Rapaport (Pound Puppies), Theresa Russell (A Young Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), Christy Carlson Romano (Kim Possible), Marc Warren (Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell), Karen Steele (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jane March (Clash of the Titans), Bianca Lawson (Teen Wolf), Linda Larkin (Aladdin), Michael Cassidy (Zoom), Paula Garcés (Clockstoppers), Carl Reiner (The 2000 Year Old Man), Kathy Ireland (Alien from L.A.), Fred Rogers (Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood), Sam Gittins (Await Further Instructions), Amy Aquino (The Lazarus Effect), Cedric Yarbrough (BoJack Horseman), Dean Geyer (Terra Nova), Stephen Sommers (The Mummy), Hal Linden (Destroy All Monsters), Vanessa Bell Calloway (Joan of Arcadia), Emma Fitzpatrick (In Time), Erica Luttrell (Westworld), Nick Blood (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Jessica Lundy (Vampire’s Kiss), Mikey Day (The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special), Rollo Weeks (The Little Vampire), Jake Hoffman (Click), Edgar Buchanan (The Twilight Zone), Justine Ezarik (Annoying Orange), Lawrence Makoare (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Amy Huberman (Ghosthunters: On Icy Trails), Michael Redgrave (Dead of Night), Jack Kruschen (The War of the Worlds), Tom Towles (Night of the Living Dead), Wendell Corey (Women of the Prehistoric Planet), Ted Bessell (Off to See the Wizard), Murray Bartlett (Iron Fist), James Bradshaw (Primeval), Woo-sung Jung (The Fox with Nine Tails), Ingrid Kavelaars (Stargate SG-1), Stella Hopkins (Slipstream), Edoardo Ballerini (Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter), Chase Coleman (The Originals), Ramin Bahrani (Fahrenheit 451), Chip Zien (Howard the Duck), Steve Borden (The Encounter), Natalie Gumede (Jekyll & Hyde), Cathy DeBuono (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Mews Small (Sleeper), Philip Abbott (Iron Man), Gregg Binkley (The Legend of Korra), Jakub Gierszal (Dracula Untold), Karen M. Waldron (Return of the Killer Tomatoes!), Lisa Masters (The Stepford Wives), Michael Lowry (Powers), John Clark Gable (Aliens from Uranus), Christianne Hirt (Highlander), Tanya Boyd (The Twilight Zone), Bruce Wagner (A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors), Bruce M. Fischer (Wizards and Warriors), Chris Wedge (Ice Age), Samantha Weinstein (Carrie), Judith Evelyn (The Tingler), Ozzie Nelson (Night Gallery), Liam Waite (Ghosts of Mars), Anne Barton (The Twilight Zone), Crahan Denton (The Outer Limits), Alice Cadogan (Night of the Creeps), Steve McFadden (Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time), Slim Jim Phantom (Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme), Bryan Genesse (Cyborg Cop III), Lois Lowry (The Giver), Pamela Sargent (Earthseed)…

#OTD (19 March) in geeky history in 2014: The 100 series debut

Born #OTD (19 March) in geeky history: Bruce Willis (The Sixth Sense), Glenn Close (The Girl with All the Gifts), Ursula Andress (She), Sebastian Cavazza (A.I. Rising), Rachel Blanchard (Flash Forward), Patrick McGoohan (The Prisoner), Nick Hendrix (Captain America: The First Avenger), Ebon Moss-Bachrach (NOS4A2), Jorma Taccone (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Jake Weber (Dawn of the Dead), Virginia Williams (Charmed), Connor Trinneer (Star Trek: Enterprise), Abby Brammell (Star Trek: Enterprise), Pamela Britton (My Favorite Martian), Renée Taylor (Ice Age: The Meltdown), Simmone Mackinnon (Deep Shock), Josie Loren (17 Again), Vida Guerra (Hauntsville), Nicholas Stoller (The Muppets), Philip Bolden (Mystery Men), Fred Stoller (Wizards of Waverly Place), Gail Kobe (The Twilight Zone), Michael Drayer (Timeless), Dermot Crowley (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Maurice Roëves (Judge Dredd), Marjorie Monaghan (Nemesis), Bill Henderson (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Patricia Morison (Tarzan and the Huntress), Roy Roberts (Bewitched), Abby Ross (Once Upon a Time), Neil LaBute (Van Helsing), Craig Lamar Traylor (Matilda), Mary Scheer (The Penguins of Madagascar), Dana Melanie (Jurassic City), De’aundre Bonds (Tales from the Hood), Christopher Murray (Virtuosity), Dalton James (Encino Man), Nicholas Downs (Constantine), Matthew Leitch (The Dark Knight), Maria Friedman (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), Lucie Laurier (Prémonitions), Fred Clark (The Addams Family), Kent Smith (Cat People), Geoffrey Lower (Hook), Louis Hayward (The Son of Dr. Jekyll), Eric Christmas (The Andromeda Strain), Simon Yam (Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life), Phyllis Newman (Mannequin), Dan Levy (The Awesomes), Patricia Laffan (Devil Girl from Mars), Jack Gill (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Ashley LeConte Campbell (Get Out), Michele Morrow (Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft), Nancy Malone (The Twilight Zone), Hudson Thames (Fantastic Four), Lisa Stahl (Sliders), Eddie Daniels (Good vs Evil), Tige Andrews (Star Trek: The Original Series), A.J. Mendez (Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery), Freddie Smith (One Wish), Ron Clinton Smith (The Mist), Edward Michael Bell (The Greatest American Hero), Jan Shepard (Captain Midnight), Jackson Davis (Stitchers), Robert Schenkkan (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Samantha Colburn (Stitchers), John Cummins (Doctor Who), Richard Williams (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Rae-won Kim (RV: Resurrected Victims), Edward G. Robinson Jr. (Get Smart), Michael Yare (Game of Thrones), Mary Wimbush (Vampire Circus), Xueqi Wang (Iron Man 3), Burt Metcalfe (The Twilight Zone), Ken Lo (Future Cops), Jeff Pidgeon (Monsters, Inc.), Adam Fielding (Krypton), Joe Kapp (The Six Million Dollar Man), Laurie S Sutton (Green Lantern), David Saperstein (Cocoon), William Allingham (The Fairies), Philip Roth (The Plot Against America)…

#OTD (18 March) in geeky history in 1964: 7 Faces of Dr. Lao opens

Born #OTD (18 March) in geeky history: Lily Collins (Mirror, Mirror), Brad Dourif (Child’s Play), Danneel Ackles (Supernatural), Vanessa Williams (666 Park Avenue), Sophia Myles (A Discovery of Witches), Madeleine Carroll (Resident Evil: Extinction), Ciara Bravo (Second Chance), Luc Besson (The 5th Element), Julia Goldani Telles (Slender Man), Susan Tyrrell (Forbidden Zone), Sutton Foster (Shrek the Musical), Dane Cook (Planes), Queen Latifah (Ice Age: The Meltdown), Adam Pally (Iron Man 3), Chris Geere (Pokémon Detective Pikachu), Adam Levine (American Horror Story), Geoffrey Owens (Medium), Peter Graves (Beginning of the End), David Cubitt (Siren), Thomas Ian Griffith (Vampires), Duane Henry (Captain Marvel), J.G. Hertzler (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Edward Everett Horton (Fractured Fairy Tales), Robert Donat (The Ghost Goes West), Irene Cara (Happily Ever After), Sharon Ullrick (Tales from the Darkside), Vanessa Evigan (Sand Sharks), Jada Facer (The Thundermans), Richard Biggs (Babylon 5), Kevin Dobson (Bering Sea Beast), Paul Barber (Sinbad), Raquel Gardner (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Cornelius Smith Jr. (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Luci Christian (Squid Girl), Clayton Chitty (Electra Woman and Dyna Girl), Michael Bergin (Star Force), Steve Kloves (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Carl Gottlieb (Caveman), Keana Bastides (Dino Dan), Peggy Dow (Harvey), Jared Dauplaise (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Chatelle Barry (Spider-Man), Giovanna Antonelli (The Clone), Marian McCargo (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Smiley Burnette (Undersea Kingdom), John Fraser (Doctor Who), Lynn Ashley (Doctor Who), Paul Davis (Doctor Who), Marguerite Ray (Bewitched), Machiko Soga (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Jim Knobeloch (King Kong), Kat Ruston (Power Rangers), Art Gilmore (Creature from the Black Lagoon), J.D. Shapiro (Battlefield Earth), Jody Gilbert (Willard), Mike Road (Jonny Quest), Clinton Shorter (The Expanse), Richard Condon (The Manchurian Candidate), Eric North (The Green Flame)…

#OTD (17 March) in geeky history in 2006: V for Vendetta opens

Born #OTD (17 March) in geeky history: Kurt Russell (Escape from New York), Rob Lowe (The Lion Guard), Natalie Zea (Under the Dome), Brittany Daniel (Skyline), Gary Sinise (Mission to Mars), Eliza Bennett (Inkheart), Lesley-Anne Down (Nomads), Gina Holden (Flash Gordon), John Boyega (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Victor McGuire (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Mark Boone Junior (Batman Begins), Marisa Coughlan (Space Station 76), Vicki Lewis (Finding Nemo), Olesya Rulin (Powers), Julia Winter (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Patrick Duffy (Man from Atlantis), Christian Clemenson (Colony), Casey Siemaszko (Back to the Future), Eunice Gayson (The Revenge of Frankenstein), Amelia Heinle (Earth vs. the Spider), Arye Gross (Minority Report), Brigitte Helm (Metropolis), Laurene Landon (Full Moon High), Patrick Seitz (Justice League Action), Mathew St. Patrick (Danny Phantom), Joseph Cousins (Intruders), Christian Cousins (Intruders), Olga Fedori (The Wolfman), Andrew Goldberg (American Dad!), Clare Grogan (Red Dwarf), Rebeca Arthur (Scrooged), Mark Pellington (The Mothman Prophecies), Stephen Kramer Glickman (Oishi: Demon Hunter), Frank DeKova (Atlantis: The Lost Continent), Christian Roberts (Blake’s 7), Jeremy Sheffield (The Children), Patricia Breslin (The Twilight Zone), Patrick Allen (Hamlet, Prince of Denmark), José Garcia (Mrs. Hyde), Sydne Rome (The Pumaman), Janaya Stephens (Death Race), Patty Maloney (The Star Wars Holiday Special), Frederick Brisson (Damn Yankees), Lise Simms (Dragonfly), Andrew Paul (Dracula), Cameron Thor (Jurassic Park), Mille Dinesen (Emma and Santa Claus: The Quest for the Elf Queen’s Heart ), Matt Mercer (The Mind’s Eye), Rudy Ray Moore (It Came from Trafalgar), Andrew Martin (Earth: Final Conflict), Tanya Lemani (Star Trek: The Original Series), Don Mitchell (Scream Blacula Scream), Laura Gardner (Torchwood), Adam Wade (Phantom of the Paradise), Annie Cavalero (Rim of the World), Pietro Scalia (Solo: A Star Wars Story), David Raynr (Spiritual Warriors), Maggie Lovitt (Wonder Woman 1984), Jennifer Lothrop (FX), Don Dillaway (Adventures of Superman), Petra Markham (Doctor Who), Yuan Nie (Eternity: A Chinese Ghost Story), Rebecca Hoffman (Hook), Don Kelly (The Twilight Zone), John Sebastian (The Devil and Daniel Mouse), David Glasser (Small Wonder), Charles Lampkin (Cocoon), Kevin Collins (DC Universe Online), William Gibson (Neuromancer), Penelope Lively (The Ghost of Thomas Kempe), Jean Ingelow (Mopsa the Fairy)…

#OTD (16 March) in geeky history in 2003: Children of Dune miniseries debuts on Syfy (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (16 March) in geeky history: Alan Tudyk (Doom Patrol), Alexandra Daddario (American Horror Story), Isabelle Huppert (Gulliver’s Travels), Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones), Sienna Guillory (Eragon), Lauren Graham (Vampirina), Tim Kang (The Vampire Diaries), Victor Gerber (The Flash), Brooke Burns (Shallow Hal), Paul Schneider (Channel Zero), Jerry Lewis (The Nutty Professor), Sophie Hunter (Torchwood), Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl), Kate Nelligan (Wolf), Erik Estrada (Sealab 2021), Mercedes McCambridge (The Exorcist), Belén Rueda (The Orphanage), Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman), Felisha Terrell (Get Smart), Judah Friedlander (Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas), Clifton Powell (Deep Rising), Kyle Newman (Fanboys), Kevin Smith (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Tara Buck (True Blood), Susan Bay Nimoy (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Isabelle Allen (Superboy: Son of Tomorrow), Steven Grives (BeastMaster), Irwin Keyes (The Flintstones), Todd McFarlane (Spawn), Leo McKern (Ladyhawke), Victor Maddern (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Gary Basaraba (Charlotte’s Web), Chuck Woolery (Drop Dead Diva), Flavor Flav (YooHoo and Friends), Jimmy Nail (The 10th Kingdom), Roy Chiao (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), Joe Egender (American Horror Story), Alvin Sanders (Iron Golem), Michael MacRae (Battlefield Earth), Nancy Fish (The Mask), Henny Youngman (Tiny Toon Adventures), Jhené Aiko (Animals.), Blake Griffin (The Rocketeers), Isobel Elsom (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir), Joseph Pilato (Day of the Dead), Granville Van Dusen (The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest), Alyson Sullivan (Power Rangers Wild Force), Ludger Pistor (X-Men: First Class), Jess Hall (Transcendence), Charles Halton (Dr. Cyclops), Christine Larson (Science Fiction Theatre), Nick Spano (Time Chasers), Kristopher Higgins (In Time, Conrad Nagel (One Million B.C.), Wolfgang Stegemann (The Mummy), Eve Gordon (Power Rangers Dino Charge), Alice Hoffman (Practical Magic), Sid Fleischman (The Ghost in the Noonday Sun), Margaret Weis (Forging the Darksword)…

#OTD (15 March) in geeky history in 1950: 2000 Plus radio show debuts

Born #OTD (15 March) in geeky history: David Cronenberg (Scanners), Pollyanna McIntosh (The Walking Dead), Jai Courtney (Suicide Squad), Tom Bateman (Jekyll & Hyde), Eva Longori (The Dead Will Tell), Eva Amurri Martino (Fish Hooks), Kellan Lutz (Twilight), Kim Raver (Revolution), Brian Tee (Grimm), Judd Hirsch (Independence Day), Anna Shaffer (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), Lawrence Tierney (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Joaquim de Almeida (The Batman), Renny Harlin (Deep Blue Sea), Sean Biggerstaff (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Robyn Malcolm (The Outpost), J. Pat O’Malley (The Jungle Book), Monica Dolan (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Craig Wasson (Trapped in Space), Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead), Caitlin Wachs (Inspector Gadget 2), Lisa Marcos (Lost Girl), Renoly Santiago (Touched by an Angel), John Duttine (The Day of the Triffids), Mark McGrath (Scooby-Doo), Malin Buska (A Discovery of Witches), Park Overall (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command), Will.i.am (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Lisa Langlois (Fire Serpent), Walter Gotell (Moonraker), Verree Teasdale (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Macdonald Carey (These Are the Damned), Fabio (Death Becomes Her), Cara Pifko (Ready Player One), Lyubov Aksyonova (Guardians of the Night), Anne Bedian (Lost), Lynda La Plante (Out of the Unknown), Frank Coghlan Jr. (Adventures of Captain Marvel), Pierre Coffin (Despicable Me), Dee Snider (Motorcity), Naomi Foner (The Electric Company), Emily Dunn (Chicken Little), Chris Bruno (The Dead Zone), Joe E. Ross (It’s About Time), Tony Osoba (Doctor Who), Jung-jae Lee (2036 Apocalypse Earth), Richard Ward (The Immortal), Paul Maxey (Bride of the Gorilla), Mark Hoppus (Haunted), Montagu Love (The Mysterious Island), Devonta Freeman (What Men Want), Angus Wall (Game of Thrones), David Silverman (Monsters, Inc.), Callie Thompson (Better Off Ted), Caterina Borrato (Juliet of the Spirits), Dianne Travis (Beauty and the Beast), Brian Brown (Cowboys & Aliens), Leoda Richards (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Anne Anderson (Monster on the Campus), Sheila Raynor (A Clockwork Orange), Ben Tolpin (Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II), …

#OTD (14 March) in geeky history in 1968: King Friday cries NIMBY when Donkey Hodie wants to build a windmill, Millicent sees Barnabas, Alfred goes undercover to stop Minerva, and after another “no magic” argument Sam takes Tabitha &leaves

Born #OTD (14 March) in geeky history: Jamie Bell (Fantastic Four), Michael Caine (Batman Begins), Grace Park (Battlestar Galactica), Penny Johnson Jerald (The Orville), Chris Klein (The Flash), Ansel Elgort (Divergent), James Frain (Star Trek: Discovery), Corey Stoll (Ant-Man), Meredith Salenger (Village of the Damned), Kate Maberly (The Langoliers), Billy Crystal (Monsters Inc.), Johnny Flynn (Crusade in Jeans), Daniel Gillies (The Originals), Gary Anthony Williams (The Lion Guard), Megan Follows (Silver Bullet), Betsy Brandt (No Ordinary Family), Tamara Tunie (The Devil’s Advocate), Greta Onieogou (Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters), Season Hubley (Escape from New York), Rita Tushingham (The Bed Sitting Room), Mercedes McNab (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Ryan Cartwright (Alphas), Raymond J. Berry (Gotham), Adrian Zmed (Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter), Etan Cohen (Idiocracy), Quincy Jones (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Wolfgang Petersen (Enemy Mine), Rhiannon Smith (The 100), Eleanor Bron (Doctor Who), Brian Quinn (12 Monkeys), Laila Robins (Mr. Mercedes), Elise Neal (Logan), Garwin Sanford (Painkiller Jane), James Jordan (True Blood), Anita Morris (Martians Go Home), Kevin Williamson (The Vampire Diaries), Steve Kanaly (Scorpio One), Tim Rossovich (Harry and the Hendersons), Robert Allen Mukes (Westworld), Larry Johnson (Space Jam), Sabrina Culver (Feel the Dead), Dennis Patrick (The Time Travelers), Arch Johnson (The Twilight Zone), Melissa Reeves (Highway to Heaven), Anna Katarina (Batman Returns), Robert Clark (Strange Days at Blake Holsey High), Louise Robey (Friday the 13th: The Series), Faith Minton (Batman & Robin), Priscilla Garita (Insidious: Chapter 2), Sandra Warner (The Twilight Zone), Deborah Hedwell (Jessica Jones), Dave Holmes (Fantastic Four), Gregory Moffett (Robot Monster), Ivor Powell (Blade Runner), Kiana Tom (Universal Soldier: The Return), Tad Williams (City of Golden Shadow), Algernon Blackwood (A Psychical Invasion)…

#OTD (13 March) in geeky history in 1942: The Ghost of Frankenstein opens

Born #OTD (13 March) in geeky history: Kaya Scodelario (The Maze Runner), Harry Melling (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Ólafur Darri Ólafsson (The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance), Dana Delaney (Superman), William H. Macy (Pleasantville), Emory Cohen (The OA), Emile Hirsch (Speed Racer), Glenne Headley (Future Man), Danny Masterson (Dracula 2000), Annabeth Gish (The Haunting of Hill House), Noel Fisher (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), George MacKay (Peter Pan), Common (Suicide Squad), Lucy Fry (Bright), Steve Bacic (The 6th Day), Leslie Parrish (Star Trek: The Original Series), Leigh-Allyn Baker (The 7D), Peter Breck (The Crawling Hand), Charo (Thumbelina), Paul Fix (Star Trek: The Original Series), Shane Taylor (The Day of the Triffids), Rachael Bella (The Ring), Gigi Rice (Harry and the Hendersons), Lenny Montana (Evilspeak), Christopher Collet (Pokémon), Sean Kenney (Star Trek: The Original Series), Deborah Raffin (God Told Me To), Douglas Rain (2001: A Space Odyssey), Robin Duke (Groundhog Day), Tim Story (Fantastic Four), Joe Ranft (Toy Story), Cissy Wellman (Sliders), Joseph Mascolo (The Incredible Hulk), Howard Witt (The Incredible Hulk), Rossie Harris (Voyagers!), Henry Hathaway (The Witching Hour), Kathy Hilton (The Dark), Paul Stewart (Moby Dick and the Mighty Mightor), Tracy Wells (Gremlins), Harrison Young (The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle), Terence Blanchard (The Tempest), April Matson (Kyle XY), Brennan Murray (The Epic Adventures of Captain Underpants), Frank Wilcox (Beginning of the End), Kiara Hunter (Bordello of Blood), Chris Ashworth (Terminator Salvation), Greg Crowe (Gotham), Hugh Sanders (The Outer Limits), Karin Justman (The 5th Wave), Bentley Green (Dragon Ball: Xenoverse), Arturo Gill (Spaceballs), Sophia Katarina (Henry Danger), Mary Webster (The Twilight Zone), Bruce Byron (The Mummy Returns), Alec Medlock (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Amir Ali Said (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Dorothy Elias-Fahn (Ghost in the Shell), Jon Turk (Mortal Kombat 3), Christopher Gable (Doctor Who), David Orth (Death Note), Sam Firstenberg (Cyborg Cop), Felicia Fasano (Cosntantine), Angela O’Neill (The Haunting), George Pastell (The Mummy), Benjamin Mouton (Flatliners), Grant Woods (Star Trek: The Original Series), Lucie Jeanne (Relic Hunter), Steven Miller (A Christmas Carol: The Musical), L. Ron Hubbard (Battlefield Earth), Barry Hughart (Bridge of Birds), Ridley Pearson (Kingdom Keepers)…

#OTD (12 March) in geeky history in 1971: The Andromeda Strain opens
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Born #OTD (12 March) in geeky history: Malina Weissman (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Jaimie Alexander (Thor), Titus Welliver (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight), Jason Beghe (Intruders), Frank Welker (Aladdin), Liza Minnelli (Journey Back to Oz), Jama Williamson (The Good Place), Courtney B. Vance (Lovecraft Country), Rhys Coiro (The Walking Dead), Barbara Feldon (Get Smart), Lesley Manville (Maleficent), Richard Harrington (Wolfblood), Julia Campbell (Heroes), Rick Worthy (The Magicians), Jerry Levine (Teen Wolf), Wei Zhao (Mulan), Jason Lively (Night of the Creeps), Samm Levine (Vamped Out), Julius Carry (The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.), Rob Cohen (DragonHeart), Luenell (Hotel Transylvania), Chris Sanders (Lilo & Sitch), Jeff Osterhage (Knight Rider), Myrna Fahey (Batman), Tim O’Kelly (Batman), Masuimi Max (Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV), Frank Overton (Star Trek: The Original Series), Katherine Woodville (Star Trek: The Original Series), Vladek Sheybal (UFO), Caren Kaye (Teen Witch), Jon Provost (The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes), Dean Cundey (Jurassic Park), Charles Levin (Tales from the Darkside), Tyler Patrick Jones (Minority Report), Heidi Marnhout (Bubba Ho-Tep), Julian Firth (Bedazzled), Takashi Shimura (Godzilla), Purva Bedi (A Gifted Man), Caroline Keenan (The Day After Tomorrow), Dennis Alexio (Super Force), Laura Waterbury (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), Tanveer K. Atwal (The Matrix Revolutions), Helen Parrish (Bride of Frankenstein), Arthur Hewlett (Doctor Who), Rupert Frazer (John Carter), Shannon Engemann (Dragon Warriors), Jim Sharman (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Alfred Abel (Metropolis), Georges Delerue (The Day of the Dolphin), Harry Harrison (Bill, the Galactic Hero)…

#OTD (11 March) in geeky history in 1818: Frankenstein published

Born #OTD (11 March) in geeky history: Anton Yelchin (Star Trek), Thora Birch (Hocus Pocus), Elias Koteas (The Prophecy), Alex Kingston (Doctor Who), John Barrowman (Torchwood), Terence Alexander (Doctor Who), Mircea Monroe (Dating Rules from My Future Self), Terrence Howard (Iron Man), Peter Berg (The Leftovers), Johnny Knoxville (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Lucy DeVito (Dumbo), David Anders (iZombie), Lindsey McKeon (Supernatural), Reiley McClendon (Time Trap), Craig Parkinson (Watership Down), Jeffrey Nordling (The Man in the High Castle), Barbara Alyn Woods (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show), Rob Paulsen (Animaniacs), Wallace Langham (Beware the Batman), Robert Glenister (Just Visiting), Nancy Kovack (Star Trek: The Original Series), James Fleet (Outlander), Daniella Kertesz (World War Z), Emma Chambers (Little Robots), Mark Metcalf (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Albert Salmi (Dragonslayer), Marc-André Grondin (Ravenous), Tricia O’Neil (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Jamal Duff (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Jade Harlow (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Timothy Carey (The Mermaids of Tiburon), Rainey Qualley (Perfect), Jung-Wo Hoo (Pokemon: Sword and Shield), Angelique Pettyjohn (Star Trek: The Original Series), Diane Brewster (The Invisible Boy), Jerry Zucker (Ghost), Robbie Daymond (Spider-Man), Ali Faulkner (Humans vs Zombies), Dominique Sanda (Damnation Alley), Stephen R. Hart (The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones), Lisa Loeb (House on Haunted Hill), Shemp Howard (Three Arabian Nuts), Dominic Mafham (Humans), Jonas Karlsson (Black Mirror), Fulvio Cecere (The Age of Adaline), Sacha Parkinson (Fright Night 2), Raoul Walsh (The Thief of Bagdad), Christophe Gans (Beauty and the Beast), Shane Richie (Flushed Away), Ferdy Mayne (The Fearless Vampire Killers), Jimmy Iovine (Weird Science), Dilys Laye (Alice in Wonderland), Josh Robertson (The Angry Birds Movie), Brent Huff (Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader), Sandra Milo (Phantom Lovers), Valerie French (The 27th Day), David Newman (The Nutty Professor), Peter Eyre (Dragonslayer), Christopher Khayman Lee (Power Rangers in Space), Derek Deadman (Time Bandits), Danuel Pipoly (The Giant of Thunder Mountain), Sacha Pitoëff (Inferno), Peter Hunt (The Venusian), Leigh Madison (The Giant Behemoth), Emily Andrews (Warehouse 13), John Maxwell (Francis in the Haunted House), Rob Simonsen (The Age of Adaline), Derek Benfield (Lifeforce), Haris Zambarloukos (Batman Begins), Scott Seaton (The Twilight Zone), Joseph Dammann (Werewolf), Jessie Matthews (Tom Thumb), Megahn Perry (The Convent), Frederick Stafford (Werewolf Woman), Nicole Paone (The Zombie Whisperer), Douglas Adams (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), F.M. Busby (Star Rebel)…

#OTD (10 March) in geeky history in 1997: Buffy the Vampire Slayer series debut

Born #OTD (10 March) in geeky history: Olivia Wilde (TRON: Legacy), Jon Hamm (Legion), Sharon Stone (Gods Behaving Badly), Paget Brewster (Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law), Emily Osment (Rainbow Brite), Bree Turner (Grimm), Chuck Norris (Hellbound), Cooper Andrews (The Walking Dead), Rafe Spall (The War of the Worlds), Shannon Tweed (Electra), Thomas Middleditch (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Paul Haggis (Mr. Merlin), Jasmine Guy (The Vampire Diaries), Edi Gathegi (X-Men: First Class), Danny Pudi (Powerless), Dave Sheridan (A Haunted House), Uriah Shelton (Enter the Warriors Gate), Madeleine Arthur (Snowpiercer), Ser’Darius Blain (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Malika (Sky High), Khadijah (Sky High), Robin Thicke (American Dad!), Cristián de la Fuente (The Nine Lives of Chloe King), César Domboy (Outlander), Sam Jaffe (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Katharine Houghton (The Last Airbender), Carrie Underwood (Sesame Street), Grace Victoria Cox (Under the Dome), Aloma Wright (Ben 10: Race Against Time), Barry Fitzgerald (Tarzan’s Secret Treasure), Natasha Alam (True Blood), Richard Gant (Hood of Horror), Richard Haydn (Young Frankenstein), Joe Viterelli (Shallow Hal), Scott Frank (Logan), Mark Waschke (Dark), Connor Stanhope (Smallville), Jeff Branson (Supergirl), Brad Fiedel (The Terminator), Robert Llewellyn (Red Dwarf), Lesley Dunlop (Doctor Who), Colin Stinton (Doctor Who), Lorna Thayer (The Beast with 1,000,000 Eyes), Micole Mercurio (The X-Files), Rick Segall (Oh, God! Book II), Robert D. Yeoman (Ghostbusters), Tara Cardinal (Legend of the Red Reaper), Alice Hirson (Godzilla: The Series), David Newson (Godzilla: The Series), Erika Schaefer (Moonlight), Venetia Stevenson (The City of the Dead), Krystof Hádek (Under the Skin), Shin Koyamada (The Yokai King), Pamela Mason (The Navy vs. the Night Monsters), Mitchell Gaylord (Batman Forever), Warner Anderson (Destination Moon), Bruce Joel Rubin (Ghost), Cec Linder (Quatermass and the Pit), Nicola Millbank (Hex), Rico E. Anderson (The Orville), Michael Vandever (Batman), Ezra Masters (True Blood), Shi Shi Liu (SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D Ride), Dolores Fuller (Bride of the Monster), Ruby Kammer (Alien Exorcism), Jimmy Ray Pickens (Ant-Man), Iva Hasperger (Dinoshark), Tamara-Lee Notcutt (Warren the Ape), Kim Hopkins (True Cats), Robert Dowdell (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Jon Curry (Avatar), Dominique Grund (Rise of the Guardians)…

#OTD (9 March) in geeky history in 2012: John Carter opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (9 March) in geeky history: Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Brittany Snow (Skylanders: SuperChargers), Matthew Gray Gubler (Alvin & the Chipmunks), Linda Fiorentino (Men in Black), Jean Louisa Kelly (Hero Factory), Joseph Gilgun (The Last Witch Hunter), Juliette Binoche (Ghost in the Shell), Cierra Ramirez (Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors), Kerr Smith (Final Destination), Rupert Evans (Hellboy), Ornella Muti (Flash Gordon), Joyce Van Patten (Monkey Shines), Raul Julia (The Addams Family), Shad “Lil’ Bow Wow” Moss (Smallville), Finn Carter (Tremors), Trish Van Devere (The Changeling), Bobby Campo (The Final Destination), Rodney A. Grant (Ghosts of Mars), Niamh Wilson (Good Witch), Emmanuel Lewis (The New Adventures of Mother Goose), Will Geer (Bewitched), Natalie Canerday (Alien Avengers II), Tom Amandes (Arrow), Chaske Spencer (The Twilight Saga: New Moon), Marty Ingels (Pac-Man), Kato Kaelin (Revamped), Camille De Pazzis (Hemlock Grove), Jeannie Gaffigan (Ghost Stories), Alexandra Bastedo (Batman Begins), Lonny Price (The Muppet Take Manhattan), Carl Betz (Killdozer), Brenna O’Brien (Supernatural), Valérie Lemercier (The Visitors), Lauren Koslow (Zork: Nemesis), William Kirby Cullen (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Kirk B.B. Woller (Hulk), Neil Kaplan (Voltron), Bryony Afferson (House of Anubis), Cedric Nicoloas-Troyan (Snow White and the Huntsman), Del Close (The Blob), Mark Mancina (Tarzan), Charles Siebert (Xena: Warrior Princess), Marguerite Chapman (The Amazing Transparent Man), Ron Hagerty (The Twilight Zone), Katherine Squire (The Twilight Zone), Steve Wilkos (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Eddie Powell (Legend), Jack Smight (The Illustrated Man), Taina Elg (Hercules in New York), Steven Ho (Mortal Kombat), Noriaki Sugiyama (Naruto), Mike Pollock (A Cat in Paris), Ben Mulroney (Fantastic Four), Frank Puglia (20 Million Miles to Earth), Tom Adams (Doctor Who), Lydia MacKay (Attack on Titan), Jason Marnocha (Suicide Squad Abridged), Scott Allen Perry (Santa Jaws), Rona Hartner (Children of Men), Jaime Lyn Bauer (Time Express), Keri Hulme (The Bone People), Manly Banister (Conquest of Earth)…

#OTD (8 March) in geeky history in 1964: The Last Man on Earth opens

Born #OTD (8 March) in geeky history: Freddie Prinze Jr. (Scooby-Doo), Milana Vayntrub (Marvel Rising: Initiation), James Van Der Beek (Vampirina), Mickey Dolenz (The Tick), Camryn Manheim (Ghost Whisperer), Aidan Quinn (Practical Magic), Andrea Parker (the Adventures of Brisco County Jr.), Boris Kodjoe (Ferdinand), Alison Becker (Dating Rules from My Future Self), Nora-Jane Noone (The Descent), Cyd Charisse (Warlords of the Deep), Christiane Paul (Counterpart), Nick Zano (The Final Destination), John Kapelos (The Shape of Water), Leon (Spirit Lost), Sue Ane Langdon (Zapped!), Cynthia Rothrock (Star Raiders: The Adventures of Saber Raine), Alan Hale Jr. (The Giant Spider Invasion), Susan Clark (Colossus: The Forbin Project), Devon Werkheiser (Santa Girl), Lynn Redgrave (Peter Pan), Devon Graye (American Horror Story), Matt Noble (Riddick), Jessica Collins (Person of Interest), Red West (Vampires Anonymous), Fernanda Andrade (The Devil Inside), Jed Rees (Deadpool), Reagan Pasternak (Savage Planet), Meredith Scott Lynn (Roswell), Sean McClory (Them!), Janet Wright (Redwall), Paddi Edwards (The Little Mermaid), Barbara Eve Harris (The Amazing Spider-Man), George Innes (Stardust), David Paul (The Barbarians), Peter Paul (The Barbarians), Lavinia Wilson (Æon Flux), Katherine von Drachenberg (The Bleeding), Steven C. Miller (Scream of the Banshee), Robert Stanton (Mr. Mercedes), Danny Corkill (Dune), Colby Strong (Power Rangers Beast Morphers), Robert Neary (Independence Day: Resurgence), Bob Bergen (Akira), Ming Xi (Enter the Warriors Gate), Louise Beavers (Doctor X), Rose Keegan (Thunderbirds), Pat Flaherty (Angels in the Outfield), Lester Holt (Warehouse 13), Lewis Teague (Cat’s Eye), Don Hall (Big Hero 6), Paul Clayton (Doctor Who), Alexandra Davies (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Jay Arlen Jones (Eight Legged Freaks), Bruce Broughton (The Orville), Mickey Morton (Star Trek: The Original Series), Joshua Tomar (One Punch Man), Elana Krausz (Ghost House), Josh Lozoff (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Georgia Van Cuylenburg (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Priscilla Lawson (Flash Gordon), Ursula Hayden (Hard Time on Planet Earth), Stamper (BattleBlock Theater), Peter McCauley (The Lost World), Tere Velázquez (The Super He-Man), Lisa Jay (Lost Planet 3), Eileen Herlie (Hamlet), Booth Colman (World Without End), Suzanne Charny (The Six Million Dollar Man), Kenneth Grahame (The Wind in the Willows)…

#OTD (7 March) in geeky history in 1986: Highlander opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (7 March) in geeky history: Félix Enríquez Alcalá (Justice League of America, Rachel Weisz (The Mummy), Haley Lu Richardson (Ravenswood), Jenna Fischer (Slither), Laura Prepon (Medium), Bryan Cranston (Power Rangers), Greta Lee (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Tobias Menzies (Outlander), Peter Sarsgaard (Green Lantern), Donna Murphy (Tangled), Matthew Vaughn (X-Men: First Class), T.J. Thyne (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), John Heard (Big), Jay Duplass (Animals.), Audrey Marie Anderson (Arrow), Anupam Kher (Sense8), Wanda Sykes (Ice Age: Continental Drift), Rik Mayall (Watership Down), Richard O’Callaghan (Watership Down), Nick Searcy (The Shape of Water), Brandon T. Jackson (Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief), Maxim Roy (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Jolie Jenkins (S1m0ne), Daniel J. Travanti (Poltergeist: The Legacy), Raquel Alessi (Ghost Rider), Freddie Thorp (A Discovery of Witches), Jonathan Del Arco (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Donna Loren (Batman), Richard Lawson (Stitchers), Taylor Dane (NightMan), Chrystee Pharris (Chronicle), Mark Taylor (Beauty and the Beast), Bill Brochtrup (Space Marines), Carlos Bardem (Assassin’s Creed), Richard Vernon (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Justin Kelly (Warehouse 13), Francesca Rettondini (Ghost Ship), James Broderick (The Twilight Zone), Joy Tanner (Donkey Kong Country), Larry Bagby (Hocus Pocus), Mary Beth Evans (Knight Rider), Kenzie Dalton (The Thundermans), Cameron Daddo (Pterodactyl), Andreas Wilson (Real Humans), Daniel Samonas (Wizards of Waverly Place), Alan Sues (The Twilight Zone), Phillip Terry (The Leech Woman), Erika Ishii (Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon), George A. Cooper (Doctor Who), Ellen McElduff (Maximum Overdrive), Karim Saleh (Counterpart), Donald Douglas (The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells), Davis Roberts (Star Trek: The Original Series), Willard Scott (McDonaldland), Lainie Miller (The Hole), Jack Perry (Adventures of Superman), Mark Hengst (Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus), Honoka Miki (Kamen Rider 000), Hiroki Hasegawa (Shin Godzilla), Ruthie Henshall (Wizards vs. Aliens), Elizabeth Moon (The Speed of Dark), Michael Jan Friedman (The Glove of Maiden’s Hair)…

#OTD (6 March) in geeky history in 2009: Watchmen opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (6 March) in geeky history: Lou Costello (Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein), Moira Kelly (The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride), Carmen De Lavallade (Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Connie Britton (American Horror Story), Rob Reiner (The Princess Bride), Yael Stone (Childhood’s End), Edwina Wren (Childhood’s End), Ellen Muth (Dead Like Me), Lisa Gaye (My Living Doll), Amy Okuda (The Guild), Alisha Boe (Teen Wolf), Martin Kove (Immortally Yours), Amy Pietz (The Nine Lives of Chloe King), Rosie Day (Watership Down), Shaquille O’Neal (Steel), Tom Arnold (Hercules), Rochelle Hudson (Gallery of Horror), Eli Marienthal (The Iron Giant), Eddie Deezen (Dexter’s Laboratory), Andrea Elson (ALF), Clara Logo (Extinction), Alberta Watson (Murder in Space), Vincent Gale (Van Helsing), Shuler Hensley (Van Helsing), John Smith (Project U.F.O.), Anna Maria Hosford (Minority Report), Virginia Gregg (Space Stars), Ben Murphy (Gemini Man), Michael Carmine (*batteries not included), Adam Fogerty (Stardust), Hal Needham (The Immortal), Dylan Schmid (Once Upon a Time), Alex McArthur (Hydra), Lara Cox (H20: Just Add Water), Jamie Timony (H20: Just Add Water), Elaine Silver (The Flintstones), Melanie Silver (The Flintstones) Denise DuBarry (Monster in the Closet), Allison Hayes (Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman), Lori March (The Twilight Zone), D.L. Hughley (Inspector Gadget), Elise Eberle (Salem), Jacob Bertrand (Ready Player One), Judy Loe (Space Island One), James Saito (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Joel Palmer (Dreamcatcher), Suzanne Crough (Partridge Family 2200 AD), Shane Brolly (Underworld), Ed McMahon (Legends of the Superheroes), Larry Cedar (American Horror Story), Nicole Arianna Fox (Almighty Thor), Meghan Falcone (Future Man), Aryana Engineer (Resident Evil: Retribution), Tyler the Creator (Axe Cop), Karyn Kupcinet (The Little Shop of Horrors), Frankie Howerd (Mother Goose), Andrzej Bartkowiak (Doom), Patricia Donahue (Voyagers!), David Spielberg (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Joanna Miles (Judge Dredd), John David Carson (Empire of the Ants), Hannah Taylor Gordon (Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein), Jonathan Scott-Taylor (Damien: Omen II), Steven Golin (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Lewis Gibert (Moonraker), James Edwards (Tarzan’s Fight for Life), Paris Jefferson (Xena: Warrior Princess), Yvette Wilson (Blankman), Monty O’Grady (Bewitched), Sebastian Siegel (Lost), Matia Jackett (Crimson Peak), Rufus Hound (Doctor Who), Richard Elfman (George of the Jungle), Robert Clouse (Ulitimate Warrior), Barry Ratcliffe (Dorothy and the Witches of Oz), Victor Kilian (Doctor Cyclops), Robert J. Anderson (It’s a Wonderful Life), Stephen Schwartz (Wicked), Ken Speed (Sleepy Hollow), Glyn Owen (The Trollenberg Terror), William F. Nolan (Logan’s Run)…

#OTD (5 March) in geeky history in 1954: Creature from the Black Lagoon opens

Born #OTD (5 March) in geeky history: Jolene Blalock (Star Trek: Enterprise), Eva Mendes (Ghost Rider), Matt Lucas (Alice in Wonderland), Riki Lindhome (The Lego Batman Movie), Dean Stockwell (Quantum Leap), Hanna Alström (Real Humans), Lisa Robin Kelly (The X-Files), Kevin Connolly (Up, Up, and Away!), Jake Lloyd (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Jason Fuchs (Wonder Woman), Talia Balsam (The Supernaturals), Rex Harrison (Doctor Dolittle), Samantha Eggar (Doctor Dolittle), Karolina Wydra (Europa Report), Yuri Lowenthal (Spider-Man), Neil Jackson (Push), Sterling Knight (17 Again), Paul Blackthorne (Arrow), Jack Cassidy (Bewitched), Annette Charles (The Bionic Woman), Aasif Mandvi (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Fred Williamson (From Dusk Till Dawn), Pier Paolo Paolini (Arabian Nights), Virginia Christine (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Adrianna Barraza (Thor), Joan Shawlee (Willard), Mercy Malick (Shangri-La: Near Extinction), James Noble (Faerie Tale Theatre), Scott Mosier (Free Birds), Glenn Walker Harris Jr. (Star Trek Voyager), Michael Warren (Time Trax), Kimberly McCullough (Joan of Arcadia), Penn Jillette (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Lucian Msamati (Game of Thrones), Jill Ritchie (Herbie Fully Loaded), Aislinn Paul (Heroes Reborn), Henry Daniell (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Paul Sand (Eerie, Indiana), David Palffy (Stargate SG-1), Rena Riffel (Trasharella), John Cenatiempo (I Am Legend), Marla Pennington (Small Wonder), Marsha Warfield (The Addams Family), James Sikking (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock), Jonathan Penner (Coneheads), Ken’ichi Matsuyama (Death Note), Nico Greetham (Power Rangers Ninja Steel), Nicholas Smith (The Curse of the Were-Rabbit), Henry Travers (It’s a Wonderful Life), Elaine Page (Cats), Tania Saulnier (Slither), Demi Rickard (Pennyworth), Rolfe Kanesky (There’s Nothing Out There), Amanda Horan Kennedy (Quantum Leap), Wesley Ivan Hurt (Popeye), John Fawcett (Orphan Black), Bridget Hoffman (Total Recall), Cinthia Moura (Masters of Horror), Chris Corbould (Inception), Ursula Reit (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory), Montrose Hagins (Critters), Robert McQueeney (The Green Hornet), Brad West (Star Trek: The Original Series), Sal Borgese (Treasure Island in Outer Space), Myrna Dell (Batman), Scott Chambers (Malevolent), Robin Hobb (Assassin’s Apprentice), Howard Pyle (The Story of King Arthur and His Knights), Mike Resnick (Seven Views of Olduvai Gorge)…

#OTD (4 March) in geeky history in 2008: In Her Name by Michael R. Hicks published

Born #OTD (4 March) in geeky history: Len Wiseman (Underworld), Margo Harshman (Rise: Blood Hunter), Catherine O’Hara (Beetlejuice), Jenna Boyd (Ghost Whisperer), Patricia Heaton (Smallfoot), Tamzin Merchant (Supergirl), Mykelti Williamson (Touch), Scott Michael Foster (Once Upon a Time), Steven Weber (The Shining), Josh Bowman (Time After Time), Patsy Kensit (The Magic Door), Kay Lenz (House), Paul W.S. Anderson (Mortal Kombat), Daniel Roebuck (Final Destination), Chaz Bono (American Horror Story), Andrea Bowen (Bambi II), Paula Prentiss (The Stepford Wives), Anne Haney (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Brittney Powell (Xena: Warrior Princess), Bill Milner (X-Men: First Class), Andrea Bendewald (Gary’s Vampire Proofing and Corpse Disposal), Will Keen (Victor Frankenstein), Dominique Pinion (Outlander), Joan Greenwood (The Water Babies), Ronn Moss (Bolt), Stacy Edwards (Ghost Whisperer), Thayer David (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Shavar Ross (Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour), Daniela Amavia (Children of Dune), Gunnar Hansen (The Demon Lover), Jonna Walsh (No Ordinary Family), Cody Longo (Piranha 3D), John Garfield (Between Two Worlds), Femi Benussi (Tarzana, the Wild Woman), Steve Bastoni (The Matrix Reloaded), Miya Cech (American Horror Story), Min-Young Park (YooHoo and Friends), Adam Deacon (Dead Set), John Hancock (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Ji-Tu Cumbuka (Blacula), John Aprea (Cyber Tracker), Abigail Mavity (Sofia the First), Scott Hicks (Fallen), Sam Marin (Regular Show), Nick Stabile (Bride of Chucky), Robert Bice (It! The Terror from Beyond Space), Judith Furse (Mother Riley Meets the Vampire), Martha O’Driscoll (House of Dracula), Whitney Port (Family Guy), John Murphy (28 Days Later), Pat Proft (The Star Wars Holiday Special), Glenn Foster (Avengers: Infinity War), Michael Goi (American Horror Story), Alex Daniels (Cyborg), Scott McCartor (Rattlers), Kaz Garas (Humanoids from the Deep), Vivienne Harvey (The Dead Outside), Jason Croot (Dracula Beyond!), Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini (Mutants in Paradise), Krystyn Green (The Haunted Casino), Robert Shaye (Frequency), Brian Cummings (Beauty and the Beast), Kevin West (Super Mario Bros.), Lykke Sand (Restless Souls), Craig Welzbacher (The Haunting of Hill House), Edgar Barrier (Macbeth), Jessica Heap (Battle Los Angeles), Dav Pilkey (The Adventures of Captain Underpants)…

#OTD (3 March) in geeky history in 1965: Mutiny in Outer Space opens

Born #OTD (3 March) in geeky history: George Miller (Mad Max), James Doohan (Star Trek: The Original Series), Miranda Richardson (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Charlie Brooker (Black Mirror), Mercedes Mason (Fear the Walking Dead), Jessica Biel (Total Recall), Katherine Waterston (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Nathalie Kelley (The Vampire Diaries), Julie Bowen (Tangled: The Series), Laura Harring (The Thinning), Sean Bridgers (The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot), Jared Rushton (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), David Faustino (The Legend of Korra), Aarti Mann (Heroes), Bobby Driscoll (Peter Pan), Sandy Martin (Dumbo), Hayley Marie Norman (Hancock), Sarah Smart (Doctor Who), Mary Page Keller (Venomous), Patrick Renna (The X-Files), Yo-Landi Visser (Chappie), Andrea Brooks (Supergirl), Taylor Nichols (Jurassic Park III), Matthew Marsden (Resident Evil: Extinction), Gia Scala (Tarzan), Ian Beattie (Game of Thrones), Heidi Swedberg (Galaxy Quest), Carsten Nargaard (The Man in the High Castle), Olivier Rabourdin (Rosemary’s Baby), Tone Loc (Titan A.E.), Hope Marie Carlton (Ghoulies Go to College), Tiger Hu Chen (The Matrix), Robert Gossett (Dark Angel), Harold H. Stone (X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes), Barney Martin (Splash, Too), Cathy Downs (The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues), Odessa Cleveland (The Greatest American Hero), Reylynn Carter (Just Add Magic),Born #OTD (3 March) in geeky history: , Eric DaRae (Starship Troopers), Barret Swatek (Power Rangers Turbo), Livia Matthes (Sense8), Christian Oliver (Speed Racer), Alexis Fields (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Larry Pine (Gotham), Jon Bailey (Bumblebee), Hattie Winston (Rugrats), Joe Conley (Mister Ed), Robert Sacchi (Tales from the Crypt), Alina Lalina (Guardians), Patricia Gage (Highlander: The Raven), Suraj Partha (Ender’s Game), Ira Glass (BoJack Horseman), Charlotte Henry (Alice in Wonderland), Kennedy Summers (Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich), Gage Clark (The Invisible Boy), Andy Breckman (The Jack and Triumph Show), Teddy Newton (The Incredibles), Angelina Grace (Among the Shadows), J. Adam Brown (The Expanse), Toby Turner (Smiley), Eugenia Paul (The Disembodied), Gloria Charles (Friday the 13th Part III), Cynthia Cranz (Dragon Ball Z), Alex Zane (Zombie Spring Breakers), John Woodnutt (Doctor Who), Arthur Machen (The Great God Pan), David Lindsay (A Voyage to Arcturus)…

#OTD (2 March) in geeky history in 1996: Space Cases series debut

Born #OTD (2 March) in geeky history: Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World), Daniel Craig (Cowboys & Aliens), Rebel Wilson, (Cats), Nathalie Emmanuel (Game of Thrones), Pilou Asbæk (Ghost in the Shell), Becky G (Power Rangers), Ethan Peck (In Time), Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (Hercules), Robert Iler (The Dead Zone), Gates McFadden (Star Trek: the Next Generation), Heather McComb (The X-Files), Richard Ruccolo (The X-Files), Andrea Nittoli (The X-Files), Maisie Richardson-Sellers (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Barbara Luna (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jon Bon Jovi (Vampires: Los Muertos), Tiger Shroff (A Flying Jatt), Cassie Yates (The Haunted), Laraine Newman (Coneheads), John Collum (Roswell), Jon Finch (The Final Programme), Chris Martin (Shaun of the Dead), Veronica Dunne (Star vs. the Forces of Evil), Molly Cheek (Drag Me to Hell), Ziva Rodann (Batman), Gordon Thompson (Norman Corwin Presents), Alexander Armstrong (Danger Mouse), Jeff Wadlow (The Strain), William Hope (Aliens), Kim Smith (Catwoman), Elizabeth Lackey (Planet of the Apes), Paul Popowich (The Expanse), Ian Sinclair (Attack on Titan), Hilarie Thompson (The Fury), Lou Reed (Athur and the Great Adventure), Al Waxman (Heavy Metal), Laird Hamilton (Waterworld), Amos Crawley (Redwall), Matthew Laurance (The Outer Limits), Mitchell Laurance (The Outer Limits), Sonja Kinski (Left for Dead), Lovyss Bradley (Batman), Stuart McGugan (Uncle Jack and the Loch Noch Monster), Rebecca Harrell Tickell (Prancer), Debra McMichael (Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords), Katherine Crawford (Gemini Man), Marko Caka (Joker), John Bernecker (Black Panther), Michael Troughton (Woof!), Marjorie Weaver (Ali Baba Goes to Town), Indira Joshi (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace), Bryan Larkin (Edward Scissorhands), William Haade (She Devil), John Altman (An American Werewolf in London), Jesse Bochco (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Susan Peretz (Poltergeist II: The Other Side), Katie Redford (Ghosted), Stephen Chiodo (Killer Klowns from Outer Space), Marc Menard (Lost), Cameron Lawther (World War Z), Cameron English (Death Becomes Her), Dr. Seuss (The Cat in the Hat), Peter Straub (Ghost Story)…

#OTD (1 March) in geeky history in 1979: Revenge of Bigfoot opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (1 March) in geeky history: Lupita Nyong’o (Black Panther), Jensen Ackles (Supernatural), Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Specimen), Javier Bardem (Bride of Frankenstein), Ron Howard (Splash), Cara Buono (Stranger Things), George Eads (Young Justice), Zack Snyder (Watchmen), Tim Daly (Superman), Catherine Bach (Strange New World), Jack Davenport (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest), Robert Conrad (The Wild Wild West), Lana Wood (The Wild Wild West), Harry Belafonte (The World, the Flesh and the Devil), Dirk Benedict (Battlestar Galactica), David Niven (Old Dracula), Alan Thicke (Not Quite Human), Joan Hackett (Twilight Zone), Litefoot (The Indian in the Cupboard), Robert Clary (The Munsters Today), Daniella Monet (Fred: The Show), Maurice Benard (Nightmare Cinema), Luke Mably (28 Days Later), Alicia Leigh Willis (Raven), Dong-seok Ma (Train to Busan), Russell Wong (The Mummy: The Tomb of the Dragon Emperor), Dominic Rains (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Vitina Marcus (Lost in Space), Bryan Batt (Tales from the Hood 2), Roger Daltrey (Highlander), Chris Eigeman (Red Dwarf), Emily Holmes (The Man in the High Castle), Kesha (A Ghost Story), Paul Hollywood (Superheroes Unite for BBC Children in Need), Chuck Zito (Ghosts of Goldfield), Ava Lee Scott (The Tick), Karl Johnson (Frankenstein), Sean Gilder (Penny Dreadful), Dennis Lipscomb (WarGames), Zach Cregger (The Death and Return of Superman), Donovan Patton (Blue’s Clues), Anna Brüggemann (Cinderella), Shawn Toovey (The Fire Next Time), Harry Eden (Peter Pan), Cesare Danova (Tarzan, the Ape Man), Paul Hartman (The Reluctant Astronaut), Adrienne Posta (Angelina Ballerina), Phil Alden Robinson (Field of Dreams), Camille Mitchell (Smallville), Judy Farrell (The Andromeda Strain), Kat Cressida (Archer), Lionel Atwill (Son of Frankenstein), Tom Mason (The Puppet Masters), Mimi Lieber (Early Edition), Adam Huss (Demon Slayer), Jack Clayton (The Innocents), Raymond St. Jacques (They Live), O.Z. Whitehead (Panic in the Year Zero), Izabella Alvarez (Westworld), JD Cullum (Wizards of Waverly Place), John Bregar (Being Human), Mark Cirillo (Waiting for Dracula), David J. Fielding (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Kathryn Beck (Scorched), Baihe Bai (Monster Hunt), LaRita Shelby (Babylon 5), Steve Marshall (Night of the Creeps), Todd Lookinland (Men in Black), Roger Delgado (Doctor Who), James Fraser (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales), Andrew Faulds (Jason and the Argonauts), Martin H. Greenberg (The Great Science Fiction Stories, Volume 1, 1939)…

#OTD (28 February) in geeky history in: 1938 – (fictional) Maia Skouris is born (The 4400); 1941 – The Monster and the Girl opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (28 February) in geeky history: Sarah Bolger (The Spiderwick Chronicles), Ali Larter (Heroes), Amanda Abbington (Dinopaws), Stephanie Sigman (Annabelle: Creation), John Turturro (Monkeybone), Bernadette Peters (Annie), Rory Cochrane (A Scanner Darkly), Bobb’e J. Thompson (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs), Rae Dawn Chong (Mysterious Ways), Mercedes Ruehl (Big), Robert Sean Leonard (Falling Skies), Quinn Shephard (From Other Worlds), Mimsy Farmer (Guardians of the Galaxy), Noureen DeWulf (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past), Alice Kremelberg (Fringe), Kelly Bishop (Solarbabies), Charles Durning (Solarbabies), Gilbert Gottfried (Aladdin), Geoffrey Arend (The Angry Birds Movie), Angelababy (Independence Day: Resurgence), Gavin MacLeod (My Favorite Martian), Rukku Nahar (Wolfblood), Stephen Talbot (The Twilight Zone), Stephanie Beacham (Dracula A.D. 1972), Charles Halford (Constantine), Karolina Kurkova (Chuck), Bubba Smith (Gremlins 2: The New Batch), Tasha Smith (Chameleon II: Death Match), Melanie Chandra (The Nine Lives of Chloe King), Dorothy Stratten (Galaxina), Michelle Horn (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Frank Bonner (Equinox), Michael Bisping (Twin Peaks), Stanley Baker (The Tell-Tale Heart), Georgina Leonidas (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), Scarlet Spencer (Bright), Maxine Bahns (The Lost Tribe), Billie Bird (Ernest Saves Christmas), Natalia Vodianova (Clash of the Titans), Jean Carson (The Twilight Zone), Cristina Raines (The Sentinel), Peter Stebbings (Immortals), Vincente Minnelli (Brigadoon), Don Francks (X-Men), Zero Mostel (Watership Down), Michael Manasseri (Weird Science), Olivia Palermo (The Smurfs), Marleen Lohse (Counterpart), Josh Green (Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip), Ilene Graff (Earthlings), Mag Ruffman (Goosebumps), Tommy Tune (Nanny and the Professor), Olan Soule (The Batman/Superman Hour), Tom Aldredge (*batteries not included), Michael Paul Stephenson (Troll 2), Annika Boras (Time After Time), Tangi Miller (Drones), John Carson (Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter), Richared Waugh (RoboCop), Barry Duffield (Xena: Warrior Princess), Sidney J. Furie (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace), Guy Maddin (Dracula: Pages from a Virgin’s Diary), Harry H. Corbett (Carry On Screaming), Bettye Ackerman (Wonder Woman), Maura McGiveney (The Invaders), Pat Monahan (Driver Dan’s Story Train), Anne Tremko (The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes), Avaah Blackwell (Star Trek: Short Treks), Corey Fischer (The Girl with Something Extra), Mark Ferguson (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Ania Pieroni (Fracchia Vs Dracula), Alan Horn (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Jim Boles (Get Smart), Saul Zaentz (The Lord of the Rings) Joe Burke (Interns of F.I.E.L.D.), Cecelia Specht (Stepsister from Planet Weird), Madeleine Mills (Doctor Who), Rocky Taylor (Doctor Who), Gino Cafarelli (Happy!), John Tenniel (Alice in Wonderland), Walter Tevis (The Man Who Fell to Earth), Daniel “Lemony Snicket” Handler (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Stephen Goldin (The Eternity Brigade)…

#OTD (27 February) in geeky history in 1920: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari opens

Born #OTD (27 February) in geeky history: Kate Mara (Fantastic Four), Elizabeth Taylor (The Flintstones), Lindsey Morgan (The 100), Adam Baldwin (Firefly), Bingbing Li (Transformers: Age of Extinction), Christopher Landon (Paranormal Activity 2), Donal Logue (Blade), Timothy Spall (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban), Noah Emmerich (The Walking Dead), Richard Coyle (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Joanne Woodward (Tales of Tomorrow), John Pyper-Ferguson (The Last Ship), Josh Groban (The Muppets), Susan Yeagley (Miracles), Bolo Yeung (The Clones of Bruce Lee), Grant Show (The Possession), Howard Hesseman (Flight of the Navigator), Barbara Babcock (Salem’s Lot), Brittany Ashton Holmes (Humanoids from the Deep), Joan Bennett (Suspiria), Nikki Amuka-Bird (Jupiter Ascending), Charles Baker (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood), Debra Monk (Ghost Whisperer), William Demarest (The Twilight Zone), Franchot Tone (The Twilight Zone), Charlotte Stewart (Tremors), Angela Aames (The Lost Empire), Theo Stevenson (Humans), Stephen Wright (Hex), Van Williams (The Green Hornet), P.H. Moriarty (Children of Dune), Jayne Trcka (The Black Magic), Stoney Jackson (Angels in the Outfield), Michael Fox (Young Frankenstein), Juan Riedinger (Grave Encounters), Alan Fudge (Man from Atlantis), Mary Frann (The Incredible Hulk), Carl Anderson (The Incredible Hulk), Gregg Rainwater (Young Justice), Kim Whalen (Hell Girl), Bill Hunter (The Return of Captain Invincible), Lynn Cartwright (The Wasp Woman), Stephanie Beran (Planet of the Sharks), Grant Shaud (Antz), Rene Kirby (Shallow Hal), Rebecca Hanssen (Lore), Adetokumboh M’Cormack (Lost), Quentin Kenihan (Mad Max: Fury Road), Derren Brown (Ghost Stories), Gary J. Tunnicliffe (Blade), Wolfgang Preiss (The Boys from Brazil), Christina Nigra (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Edward Brophy (Wonder Man), Brandon Beemer (Bering Sea Beast), Meri Welles (The Little Shop of Horrors), Tom Chadbon (Game of Thrones), Lieux Dressler (Kingdom of the Spiders), Tim Wylton (My Hero), Kevin Curran (The Simpsons), Ian Keith (It Came from Beneath the Sea), Reginald Gardiner (Batman), Christopher Edward Wilding (The Shadow), Shelley Plimpton (Glen and Randa), Tony Gonzalez (A.I Assault), Jacqueline Collen (The Adventures of Sinbad), Roger Pratt (Twelve Monkeys), James Worthy (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Peter Andre (Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures! The Movie), Victoria Staley (Surface), Tracey Ross (Solar Eclipse), Rosanna Yanni (Fangs of the Living Dead), George Katt (Alienated), P.M. Seymour (Freedom Planet), Anastasia Antonia (Dark Moon Rising), Donald Curtis (Earth vs. the Flying Saucers), Virginia Maskell (The Prisoner), Edd Osmond (Dumbo), Susan Batson (The Incredible Hulk)…

#OTD (26 February) in geeky history in 1969: in an episode of Dark Shadows, Barnabas and Julia find out Chris is a werewolf

Born #OTD (26 February) in geeky history: Teresa Palmer (A Discovery of Witches), Ed Quinn (Eureka), James Wan (Aquaman), Currie Graham (Agent Carter), Drew Goddard (The Martian), Greg Germann (Once Upon a Time), Betty Hutton (Happy Go Lucky), Bill Duke (Predator), Chase Masterson (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Mark Dacascos (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Jennifer Grant (Time Trax), Erykah Badu (What Men Want), Barbara Niven (Hamlet’s Ghost), Erinn Bartlett (Shallow Hal), Marta Kristen (Lost in Space), Taylor Dooley (The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D), Michele Carey (The Man from Atlantis), Shiloh Fernandez (Evil Dead), Veronica Ngo (Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi), Max Lloyd-Jones (War for the Planet of the Apes), Dub Taylor (The Rescuers), Jane Wagner (The Incredible Shrinking Woman), Fay Ripley (Fungus the Bogeyman), William Frawley (Miracle on 34th Street), Demetrius Grosse (Westworld), Michael Pate (Howling III), Tony Randall (7 Faces of Dr. Lao), Josephine Tewson (The Strange Case of the end of Civilization as We Know It), Steve Agee (Adventure Time), Greg Rikaart (X2: X-Men United), Michael Bolton (Hercules: Zero to Hero), Robert Alda (The Beast with Five Fingers), Jonathan Schmock (Sabrin-a, the Teenage Witch), Cliff Osmond (The Twilight Zone), Dane Clark (The Twilight Zone), Keith Ferguson (DuckTales), Meeno Peluce (Voyagers!), Georgia Taylor (Life on Mars), Don Shanks (The Incredible Hulk), Sharon Von Etten (The OA), Maz Jobrani (Dragonfly), Ross Partridge (Stranger Things), Lawrence Montaigne (Star Trek: The Original Series), Carmen Du Sautoy (Astronauts), Doris Belack (*batteries not included), Margaret Leighton (Frankenstein: The True Story), Brandon Crane (It), Arthur Brough (Adam Adamant Lives!), Godfrey Cambridge (Beware! The Blob), Mason Adams (Not of This Earth), Bert Stevens (The Nutty Professor), Emma Dunn (I Married a Witch), Stephen Pearlman (Xanadu), Alexander P. Heartman (Power Rangers Samurai), Moniqua Plante (Drop Dead Diva), Brendon Boone (Knight Rider), Tony Selby (Doctor Who), Dante Ferretti (Hugo), Amanda Hillwood (Max Headroom), Shalim Ortiz (Heroes), Michelle Hardwick (The Walking Dead), Miroslava (La muerte enamorada), Jack Knight (Ted 2), Chris Phillips (Osmosis Jones), Ron Hayes (The Invaders), Damita Jo Freeman (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), Tex Avery (A Wild Hare), Kate O’Toole (Tales from the Darkside), Theodore Sturgeon (More Than Human)

#OTD (25 February) in geeky history in 2011: Drive Angry opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (25 February) in geeky history: Barclay Hope (Stargate SG-1), Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Anson Mount (Star Trek: Discovery), Rashida Jones (The Awesomes), Jameela Jamil (The Good Place), Téa Leoni (Jurassic Park III), Isabelle Furhrman (The Hunger Games), Noah Jupe (A Quiet Place), Jennifer Ferrin (Time After Time), Alexis Denisof (The Avengers), Lee Evans (The Fifth Element), Tom Courtenay (The Golden Compass), Manuel Garcia-Rulfo (Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Douglas Hodge (Lost in Space), Diane Baker (Mann & Machine), Justin Berfield (Kim Possible), Neil Jordan (High Spirits), Chelsea Handler (Hop), James Phelps (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Oliver Phelps (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone) Christopher George (Day of the Animals), Jim Backus (Gilligan’s Planet), Julie Hesmondhalgh (Doctor Who), Gerran Howell (Young Dracula), George Harrison (Yellow Submarine), Laurie Fortier (Zombie at 17), John Doe (Roswell), Gert Fröbe (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Natalie Dreyfuss (The Originals), Scott “Carrot Top” Thompson (Larry the Cable Guy’s Christmas Spectacular), Nancy O’Dell (The Smurfs 2), Leann Hunley (Battlestar Galactica), David Lansbury (Swamp Thing), David Hoflin (Touch), Carey Van Dyke (Mega Python vs. Gatoroid), Jeremy Brandt (Knight Rider), Tara Wilson (The Butterfly Effect), Ross Patterson (Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves), Patricia Kara (Hellraiser: Inferno), Libby Tanner (Nowhere Boys), Dickie Jones (On Borrowed Time), Bernard Bresslaw (Krull), Oliver Milburn (The Descent), Kata Dobó (Rollerball), Christien Anholt (Relic Hunter), Roger Christian (Battlefield Earth), Jean Bruce Scott (Airwolf), Lesley Boone (Agent Carter), Danny Denzongpa (Enthiran), Malcolm Tierney (Doctor Who), Bert Remsen (The Outer Limits), Samantha Phillips (Phantasm II), Michael Fairman (Dead Silence), Ric Flair (Werewolf & the Witch), Carl Marotte (Land of the Dead), Doris Younane (Ocean Girl), Tony Oller (The Purge), Bernadette Speakes (Heroes), Sally Jesse Raphael (The Addams Family), James C. Burns (A Haunting at Silver Falls), Rebecca Lowman (Diablo II: Lord of Destruction), Hee-seon Kim (Ice Fantasy), Larry Gelbart (Oh, God!), Richard Wattis (The Abominable Snowman), Helen Jerome Eddy (Bride of Frankenstein), Nicole Greenwood (Barbie: Mermaid Adventure), Joycelyne Lew (Vampires vs. Aliens), Hélène de Fougerolles (Mutants), Christopher Knowings (Sesame Street), Warren Hymer (Ali Baba Goes to Town), Kaiser Johnson (The Vampire Diaries), Mary Hughes (Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine), Christopher Wehkamp (Attack on Titan), Laura Ann Kelsing (Bedtime Stories), Megan Brown (Mortal Kombat: Conquest), Stan Spry (Creepshow), Kathryn Zenna (Earth: Final Conflict), Jud Taylor (Star Trek: The Original Series), Maria Kanellis (Army of the Damned), Anthony Burgess (A Clockwork Orange), Rex Gordon (First Through Time), Campbell Black (Brainfire)…

#OTD (24 February) in geeky history in 1989: The Toxic Avenger Part II opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (24 February) in geeky history: Barry Bostwick (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out), Billy Zane (The Phantom), Wilson Bethel (Daredevil), Edward James Olmos (Battlestar Galactica), O’Shea Jackson Jr. (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Bonnie Somerville (The Search for Santa Paws), Debra Jo Rupp (Big), Dominic Chianese (Second Sight), Michelle Lukes (Halo: The Fall of Reach), Ben Miller (Primeval), Beth Broderick (Sabrina, The Teenage Witch), Abe Vigoda (Batman: Mask of the Phantasm), Melinda Naud (The Six Million Dollar Man), Emilio Rivera (Z Nation), Mark Moses (The Last Ship), Kasi Lemmons (Candyman), Sarina C. Grant (Candyman), Jenny O’Hara (Devil), Helen Shaver (Poltergeist: The Legacy), Chris Buck (Frozen), Todd Field (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Sherrie Rose (Black Scorpion), Bryce Papenbrook (Attack on Titan), Crista Flanagan (Star Wars: The Old Republic), Dennis Waterman (Tube Mice), Steven Hill (Lights Out), John Vernon (Killer Klowns from Outer Space), James Farentino (The Final Countdown), Barbara Lawrence (Kronos), Alexander Koch (Under the Dome), Ramona Marquez (Arthur Christmas), James Sloyan (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Steve Jobs (Toy Story), Michel Legrand (Slapstick of Another Kind), Jonathan Ward (Ferngully: The Last Rainforest), Jessica-Jane Stafford (Devil’s Tower), Marjorie Main (Heaven Can Wait), Marisa Mell (Quest for the Mighty Sword), Bas Rutten (Zookeeper), Nicole Lyn (My Secret Identity), Jocelyn Jones (Tourist Trap), Sheila Larken (The X-Files), Andy Berman (Mirror Mirror), Kate Mulvany (Griff the Invisible), Lanie McAuley (Travelers), Alessandro Gassman (Cinderella the Cat), Michael Radford (1984), Jay Kenneth Johnson (Charmed), Jack Derges (Humans), Richard Sutton (Humans), Mikael Salomon (The Abyss), Jan Cornet (El horror de la dama del lago), Monica Staggs (Grindhouse), Rita Davies (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Richard B. Schull (Splash), Laurie Kynaston (The Feed), Robert A. Silverman (Scanners), Angela Greene (Night of the Blood Beast), Sô Yamamura (Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah), Susan Sheridan (The Black Cauldron), Evelyn Guerrero (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Marnix Van Den Broeke (Doctor Who), Leslie Carlson (Videodrome), Joanie Summers (The Wild Wild West), Thadd Turner (Seven Mummies), Eddie McGee (The Human Race), Tricia Paoluccio (Person of Interest), James Bachman (Transformers: Age of Extinction), Zofia Borucka (K-PAX), Milton Frome (The Nutty Professor), Jess Conrad (Space: 1999), Frank Braña (Where Time Began), Kaight Zoia (Female Vampires Online), Bernhard Schütz (Sense8), Richard Southgate (Young Dracula), Mike Hodge (Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde), Wilhelm Grimm (Grimm’s Fairy Tales), August Derleth (Three Problems for Solar Pons)…

#OTD (23 February) in geeky history in 1954: Rocky Jones, Space Ranger TV series debut

Born #OTD (23 February) in geeky history: Emily Blunt (Mary Poppins Returns), Dakota Fanning (Taken), Kelly Macdonald (Brave), Samara Weaving (Ash vs Evil Dead), Kristin Davis (The Shaggy Dog), Josh Gad (Frozen), Majel Barrett (Star Trek: The Original Series), Shakira Caine (Son of Dracula), Patricia Richardson (C.H.U.D.), Callan Mulvey (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Aziz Ansari (Ice Age: Continental Drift), Peter Fonda (Ghost Rider), Marie-Josée Croze (Battlefield Earth), Niecy Nash (G-Force), Ericka Ervin (American Horror Story), Kris Lemche (Ginger Snaps), Alan Ford (An American Werewolf in London), Linda Cristal (The Dead Don’t Die), Ronan Vibert (Hex), Adam Hann-Byrd (Jumanji), Raushan Hammond (Hook), James Paxton (Spy Kids 3: Game Over), Mary Pat Gleason (The Middleman), Nigel Whitney (Doctor Who), David Warshofsky (Fear the Walking Dead), Marc Price (Killer Tomatoes Eat France!), Victor Fleming (The Wizard of Oz), Christian Martyn (Monster Math Squad), Robert Lopez (Frozen), Kathleen Harrison (Scrooge), Jon Hall (The Invisible Man’s Revenge), Inna Korobkina (Dawn of the Dead), Cameron Palatas (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Cyril Delevanti (Soylent Green), Lorne Balfe (Megamind), Mike Houston (Jessica Jones), Don Anderson (Batman), Johnny Seven (Get Smart), Bernard Kay (Trog), Federico Luppi (Cronos), Dorothy Morris (Tarzan’s New York Adventure), Aldo Sambrell (Killer Barbys vs. Dracula), Bailey Gambertoglio (Bubble Guppies), Dorothy Steel (Black Panther), Terence Fisher (Horror of Dracula), Paul Anthony Stewart (The Hunger), John Judd (The Tomorrow People), Ephraim Ellis (Warehouse 13), Diane Shalet (The Incredible Hulk), Dennis Redfield (Scanner Cop), Maurizio Terrazzano (Dark Phoenix), Valentine Pelka (Highlander), Craig Hurley (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Paul Morrissey (Flesh for Frankenstein), Denis Arndt (SeaQuest 2032), Norman Taurog (Visit to a Small Planet), Maryki Hendrikse (Mobile Suit Gundam 00), Michael Cornacchia (Happy Feet), Rees Vaughn (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jan Wiley (She-Wolf of London), Ryan Cassidy (Muppets Tonight), Floyd Levine (Manimal), Addison Powell (Dark Shadows), Bunny Summers (Re-Animator), Christopher Marlowe (Doctor Faustus)…

#OTD (22 February) in geeky history in 1993: Babylon 5: The Gathering (pilot) debuts

Born #OTD (22 February) in geeky history: Jeri Ryan (Star Trek: Voyager), Drew Barrymore (Firestarter), Thomas Jane (The Expanse), Dichen Lachman (Altered Carbon), Elodie Yung (Daredevil), Miko Hughes (Spawn), Kyle MacLachlan (Twin Peaks), Julie Walters (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Ellen Greene (Little Shop of Horrors), James Hong (Big Trouble in Little China), Paul Lieberstein (Ghosted), Jonathan Demme (A Gifted Man), Rachel Dratch (Imaginary Mary), Zach Roerig (The Vampire Diaries), John Ashton (Reign of the Gargoyles), Sheila Hancock (Doctor Who), Lea Salonga (Mulan), John Mills (Frankenstein), Paul Dooley (Cars), John Melman (Mad Max: Fury Road), Robert Bathurst (Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride), Luis Buñuel (Un Chien Andalou), Robert Young (The Canterville Ghost), Ethan Wayne (Knight Rider), Nigel Planer (Brazil), Judy Cornwell (Santa Claus: The Movie), Dan Seymour (Batman), Karin Dor (Assignment Terror), Enid Markey (Tarzan of the Apes), Elizabeth MacRae (The Incredible Mr. Limpet), Steve Irwin (Dr. Dolittle 2), Marni Nixon (Mulan), Tucker Smallwood (Contact), Steve Speirs (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Sheldon Leonard (My Favorite Martian), Giulietta Masina (Juliet of the Spirits), Joe Cortese (Something Is Out There), Joseph Lee Anderson (Timeless), Jessica Kiper (Angel), Michael Johnston (Teen Wolf), Adrienne Pickering (Knowing), Leslie Charleson (The Day of the Dolphin), Colton James (The Lost World: Jurassic Park), Bryce Hodgson (iZombie), James Wlcek (Howlers), Vaughn Taylor (The Power), Kenneth Williams (Carry On Screaming), Joe Holt (Batman: Arkham City), Dwight Frye (Dracula), Bruce Forsyth (Bedknobs and Broomsticks), Gillian Barber (Cats & Dogs), Barry Dennen (The Dark Crystal), Brian Anthony Wilson (The Postman), Christopher Hart (The Addams Family), Ed Boon (Mortal Kombat), Geoffrey Scott (Dark Shadows), Luca Bercovici (12 Monkeys), Craig Warnock (Time Bandits), E.J. Peaker (The Six Million Dollar Man), Bentley Mitchum (Sometimes They Come Back), Sara Holden (Transformers), Syla Kelegian (Spider-Man), Brian J. Cano (Haunted Collector), Joanna Russ (The Female Man), Irving A. Greenfield (Ancient of Days)…

#OTD (21 February) in geeky history in: 2008 – We Are From the Future opens in Russia; 1944 – Voodoo Man opens, 2014 – My Dog the Space Traveler opens; 2017 – the Attack on Gorilla City episode of The Flash debuts (at IMDb), the Everything Is Okay episode of Bravest Warriors debuts, the Self Control episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D debuts, the Camelot/3000 episode of Legends of Tomorrow debuts, The Catfish episode of The Amazing World of Gumball debuts

Born #OTD (21 February) in geeky history: Anthony Daniels (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Ellen Page (The Umbrella Academy), Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones), Jordan Peele (Get Out), Jennifer Love Hewitt (Ghost Whisperer), Brendan Sexton III (American Nightmares), Kelsey Grammer (X-Men: The Last Stand), Alan Rickman (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Tuppence Middleton (Sense8), Ashley Greene (Twilight), Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween), Kim Coates (Smallville), Tituss Burgess (The Angry Birds Movie), Justin Roiland (Rick and Morty), William Baldwin (The Purge), Rue McClanahan (Starship Troopers), Tyne Daley (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Aunjanue Ellis (Lovecraft Country), William Petersen (The Twilight Zone), Kumail Nanjiani (Men in Black: International), Christopher Atkins (Dracula Rising), Corbin Bleu (Mystery Men), Mimi Kuzyk (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Christine Ebersole (Steven Universe), Sam Peckinpah (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Jack Coleman (Heroes), Gary Lockwood (Star Trek: The Original Series), Adrian Schiller (Beauty and the Beast), Nicole Parker (Wacky Races), Martha Hackett (Star Trek: Voyager), Patrick Gallagher (Night at the Museum), Burgess Abernethy (H20: Just Add Water), Larry Drake (Darkman), Arline Judge (The Crawling Hand), Tyrus (Beast of the Water), Christopher Mayer (Liar Liar), Kitty Winn (The Exorcist), Zachary Scott (Science Fiction Theatre), Bob Rafelson (The Monkees), Jim Simpson (Event Horizon), Peter McEnerny (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Jake Steinfeld (Ratatouille), Denise Dowse (Pleasantville), Elize du Toit (Doctor Who), Mary Mendum (The Switch or How to Alter Your Ego), Sandy McPeak (Batman), Shane Ryan (Jurassic City), Felix Aylmer (Hamlet), Patricia Healy (Babylon 5), Charlotte Church (Touched by an Angel), Celia Lovsky (Soylent Green), Larry Pennell (Bubba Ho-Tep), Kristin Herrera (Resurrection Mary), Huw Higginson (The Leftovers), Stephen Bralver (Bumblebee), Bill Nagy (Battle Beneath the Earth), David Geffen (Little Shop of Horrors), Peter Turner (The Tempest), Kimberly Oja (Justice League of America), Doug Erholtz (Naruto: Shippûden), George Mitchell (Dark Shadows), Masaki Suda (Kamen Rider W), Nitin Ganatra (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Al Fann (The Incredible Hulk), Darla Delgado (Drop Dead Diva), Charles King (Superman), Van Epperson (The Green Mile), Troy W. Slaten (Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad), Christopher L. Yost (Thor: Ragnarok), Paul Bryar (My Mother the Car), Josh McLaglen (Logan), David Foster Wallace (Infinite Jest), Richard A. Lupoff (Circumpolar!) …

#OTD (20 February) in geeky history in 2005: Robot Chicken debuts

Born #OTD (20 February) in geeky history: Anthony Stewart Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Majandra Delfino (Roswell), Andrea Savage (iZombie), Chelsea Peretti (Future-Worm!), Jay Hernandez (Suicide Squad), Miles Teller (Fantastic Four), Richard Beymer (Twin Peaks), Brenda Blethyn (Pooh’s Heffalump Movie), Daniella Pineda (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), Ron Eldard (Super 8), Rihanna (Battleship), French Stewart (3rd Rock from the Sun), Cindy Crawford (3rd Rock from the Sun), Lili Taylor (Almost Human), Lauren Abrose (The X-Files), David Herman (Idiocracy), Jason Blum (Get Out), Brion James (Blade Runner), Amanda Blake (The Glass Slipper), Jennifer O’Neill (Scanners), Willie Garson (Stargate SG-1), Fred Applegate (Stargate SG-1), Robert Altman (Popeye), Sandy Duncan (Pinocchio), Trevor Noah (Black Panther), Louis Ferreira (The Man in the High Castle), Edward Albert (Beauty and the Beast), Jeremy Foley (Casper Meets Wendy), Cortney Palm (The Dark Tapes), Peter Strauss (Biker Mice from Mars), Ric Roman Waugh (The Crow), Geoff Gustafson (Hot Tub Time Machine), James Wilby (Tales from the Crypt), Marj Dusay (Star Trek: The Original Series), Whitney Blake (Batman), Sarah Hadland (SuperNormal), Bronson Webb (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) Jake Richardson (Invasion), Ron Yuan (Siren), Larry Hovis (Holmes and Yoyo), Rodney Rowland (The 6th Day), Gale Gordon (Visit to a Small Planet), Malcolm Atterbury (The Birds), Charles Barkley (Space Jam), Wendee Lee (Akira), Justin Grant Ward (Drivetime of the Dead), Melanie Leishman (Todd and the Book of Pure Evil), Kimiko Gelman (The Hunger Games), Andrew Bergman (Oh, God! You Devil!), Andy Sidaris (Gemini Man), Patricia Smith (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Bubba Lewis (Medium), Kimberley Davis (The Invisible Man), Joel Hodgson (Mystery Science Theater 3000), Angelika Lisk-Hann (Shazam!), John Voldstad (Leprechaun), Nancy Wilson (The Meteor Man), Danny Mummert (It’s a Wonderful Life), Jordan Cronenweth (Blade Runner), Judy Hatula (Abbott and Costello Go to Mars), Richard Matheson (I Am Legend), Pierre Boulle (Planet of the Apes), Lee Goldberg (Face of Evil), M.R. Sellars (Harm None)…

#OTD (19 February) in geeky history in 1978: Project U.F.O. series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (19 February) in geeky history: Fred Freiberger (Super Friends), Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things), Benicio Del Toro (Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi), Arielle Kebbel (The Vampire Diaries), David Mazouz (Gotham), Eric Lange (Lost), Victoria Justice (The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again), Justine Bateman (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Ophelia Lovibond (Guardians of the Galaxy), Andrew Buchan (The Last Dragonslayer), Jeff Daniels (The Martian), Bellamy Young (A Wrinkle in Time), Ray Winstone (The Nightmare Worlds of H.G. Wells), Paulina Gaitan (The River), Luke Pasqualino (Snowpiercer), Caroline Chikezie (Eragon), Lee Marvin (The Twilight Zone), Haylie Duff (Addams Family Reunion), Leslie David Baker (The Happytime Murders), Jackson Pace (The Walking Dead), Jessica Tuck (True Blood), Quinn Lord (The Man in the High Castle), Kathleen Beller (The Sword and the Sorcerer), Steve James (The Brother from Another Planet), Josh Trank (Chronicle), Griffin Newman (The Tick), John Frankenheimer (The Island of Doctor Moreau), Jade Catta-Preta (Future Man), Michael Nader (The Flash), Leslie Ash (The Boy with Two Heads), Cedric Hardwicke (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), Martin Hewitt (Alien Predators), Kelly Karbacz (Get Smart), Louis Calhern (Heaven Can Wait), Björn Gustafsson (Other Space), David Margulies (Ghostbusters), Nydia Westman (The Addams Family), Chanty Sok (Ted), Stephen Nichols (Witchboard), Luke Newberry (The Legend of Hercules), Carlin Glyn (Resurrection), Zoë Robins (Power Rangers Ninja Steel), Gwen Talylor (Life of Brian), Tatanka Means (Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials), Miyu Irino (Spirited Away), Kalli Thorne (Children of the Machine), Bill Kirchenbauer (Mork & Mindy), Dwight Henry (Navy Seals vs. Zombies), Pia Mechler (The Color of Magic), Aree Davis (The Haunted Mansion), Naureen Zaim (Harry Potter in the Hood), John Bloom (The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant), Geoff Morrell (Farscape), Joe Davis (Batman & Robin), Ethan Rains (Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files), Ben Youcef (X-Men: Apocalypse), Daniel Spink (The Butterfly Effect), George Rose (Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw), Theresa Rebeck (Maximum Bob), Anahi Bustillos (Medium), Brian Kubach (Wizards of Waverly Place), Joan Roberts (Small Wonder), Mika Nakashima (Resident Evil: Afterlife), Stephen Kolzak (Altered States), Wendy Foxworth (Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers), Janet Ward (Great Ghost Stories), Zoe Carides (The Osiris Child), Philip Messina (The Hunger Games), Donald F. Glut (The Occult Files of Doctor Spektor), Terry Carr (The Best Science Fiction of the Year), Laurell K. Hamilton (Guilty Pleasures), Jonathan Lethem (Gun with Occasional Music), Marissa Meyer (Cinder), Lee Harding (The Fallen Spaceman)…

#OTD (18 February) in geeky history 1990: The Death of the Incredible Hulk TV movie debut (at IMDb

Born #OTD (18 February) in geeky history: Molly Ringwald (Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone), John Travolta (Battlefield Earth), Ike Barinholtz (Suicide Squad), Alessandra Mastronardi (Otzi and the Mystery of Time), Matt Dillon (Wayward Pines), Logan Miller (Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse), Kristoffer Polaha (Wonder Woman 1984), Susan Egan (Hercules), Cybill Shepherd (Eastwick), John Hughes (Weird Science), Greta Scacchi (Macbeth), Victoria Hill (MacBeth), Emilia Burns (The Shannara Chronicles), Melise (The Shannara Chronicles), Jack Palance (Dracula), George Kennedy (Small Soldiers), Sinéad Cusack (V for Vendetta), Maiara Walsh (The Last Ship), Jacqueline Toboni (Grimm), Vanna White (Captain Planet and the Planeteers), Julie Strain (Sorceress), Jayne Atkinson (Zoo), Chelsea Hobbs (Snow Queen), Tony Anselmo (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Tom Wisdom (Dominion), Genelle Williams (The Incredible Hulk), Todd Lasance (The Vampire Diaries), Sarah Brown (V.R. Troopers), Andrea Dromm (Star Trek: The Original Series), Kylie Rogers (The Whispers), Yoko Ono (Isle of Dogs), Kay Hammond (Blithe Spirit), Allan Melvin (The Magilla Gorilla Show), Mary Ure (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Jess Walton (The Six Million Dollar Man), Heidi Mark (3rd Rock from the Sun), Neil Fingleton (X-Men: First Class), Christopher Sieber (Shrek the Musical), Adolphe Menjou (The Sorrows of Satan), Shane Hurlbut (Terminator Salvation), Mari Morrow (Virtuosity), Isabelle Ellingson (Bumblebee), Kathy Coleman (Land of the Lost), Angelo Rossitto (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome), Hira Ambrosino (Flashforward), Vadhir Derbez (Sense8), Cristina Ferrare (Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary), Edward Arnold (The Devil and Daniel Webster), Laure Marsac (Interview with the Vampire), Billy Stevenson (Child’s Play 2), Christo Jivkov (The Invisible Boy), Christina Carlisi (Supernatural), Harry Caesar (The Amazing Spider-Man), Pat Fraley (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Queenie Leonard (Alice in Wonderland), José Luis Cuerda (The Others), Jessie Ward (Drop Dead Diva), Sam Gilroy (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Guy Ferland (The Walking Dead), Mervyn Jones (A Christmas Carol), William Scott-Masson (Primeval), Billy De Wolfe (Frosty the Snowman), Jerry Fujikawa (The Cat from Outer Space), E. Roger Mitchell (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Anthony Pena (The Running Man), Mike Ragan (Panther Girl of the Kongo), Jean M. Auel (The Clan of the Cave Bear)…

#OTD (17 February) in geeky history in 1959: House on Haunted Hill opens

Born #OTD (17 February) in geeky history: Rene Russo (Thor), Denise Richards (Starship Troopers), Kelly Carlson (Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Inception), Bonnie Wright (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Lucy Davis (Wonder Woman), Sasha Pieterse (Heroes), Jerry O’Connell (Sliders), Michael Bay (Transformers), Lou Diamond Phillips (Elena of Avalor), Dominic Purcell (Legends of Tomorrow), Patricia Routledge (Egghead’s Robot), Brooke D’Orsay (Drop Dead Diva), Jason Ritter (Joan of Arcadia), Meaghan Martin (Wendy), Hal Holbrook (The Fog), Roy Kinnear (Watership Down), Chord Overstreet (The Hole), Paris Hilton (Repo! The Genetic Opera), Christina Pickles (Masters of the Universe), Alan Bates (The Mothman Prophecies), Michael Jordan (Space Jam), Jim Brown (Mars Attacks!), Richard Karn (Ctrl), Alejandro Jodorowsky (Santa Sangre), Jackson Hurst (The Mist), Ashton Holmes (Supernatural), Becky Ann Baker (Men in Black), Carole Davis (Star Trek: Voyager), Ed Sheeran (Game of Thrones), Kathleen Freeman (DuckTales), Mary Ann Mobley (The Fantastic Journey), Barry Humphries (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Arthur Kennedy (The Humanoid), Julia McKenzie (The Snow Queen), Larry the Cable Guy (Cars), Erin Cardillo (Isn’t It Romantic), Jonathan Breck (Jeepers Creepers), Brenda Fricker (Resurrection), Billie Joe Armstrong (Haunted), Garry Chalk (Freddy vs. Jason), Jeremy Slate (The Lawnmower Man), Benjamin Whitrow (Chicken Run), Yvonne Romain (Curse of the Werewolf), Zachary Bennett (Cube Zero), Marc Lawrence (From Dusk Till Dawn), Arthur Hunnicut (The Outer Limits), Tuesday Knight (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master), Don Coscarelli (Phantasm), Dieter Laser (Lexx: The Dark Zone Stories), Michael Weaver (Ouija: Origin of Evil), James Millican (I Married a Witch), Bear McCreary (The Walking Dead), Wayne Morris (The Return of Dr. X), Jen Taylor (Halo: Combat Evolved), Angelica Page (The Sixth Sense), André Dussollier (Beauty and the Beast), Mary Brian (Peter Pan), Evan C. Kim (V), Kristina Hagan (Warlock’s Magic: The Series), Raymond S. Persi (Wreck-It Ralph), Jill Terashita (Night of the Demons), Mel Welles (The Little Shop of Horrors), Esther Ku (The Jack and Triumph Show), Kara Edwards (Dragon Ball Z), Prunella Gee (Hammer House of Horror), Samuel Bayer (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Zina Bethune (Planet of the Apes), Andre Norton (Witch World), Charles R. Tanner (Tumithak of the Corridors), Margaret St. Clair (The Shadow People), J.T. Edson (Bunduki)…

#OTD (16 February) in geeky history in 1967: the Space Seed episode of Star Trek: The Original Series debuts (at Memory Alpha

Born #OTD (16 February) in geeky history: Mahershala Ali (The 4400), Elizabeth Olsen (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Jimmy Tatro (Smallfoot), Christopher Eccleston (Doctor Who), William Katt (The Greatest American Hero), Sarah Clarke (The Tomorrow People), LeVar Burton (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Ice-T (Tank Girl), Agyness Deyn (Clash of the Titans), Faran Tahir (Iron Man), Chloe East (Kevin (Probably) Saves the World), Pasha D. Lychnikoff (Star Trek), Lisa Loring (The Addams Family), Carlos Rivas (The Addams Family), Tammy Macintosh (Farscape), Vera-Allen (Wonder Man), James Ingram (An American Tail), Eric Ladin (Annabelle), Sonny Bono (The Six Million Dollar Man), Hunt Block (Project: Tinman), Troy Evans (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective), Matthew Knight (The Dresden Files), Charlet Chung (Chuck), Hugh Beaumont (The Mole People), Steffani Brass (Miracles), Chester Morris (The She-Creature), Amanda Holden (The Worst Witch), Lachlan Murdoch (Stargate SG-1), Jeremy Bulloch (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), Brian Bedford (Robin Hood), Jeffrey Lynn (Tales of Tomorrow), Don Knight (Swamp Thing), Barry Primus (The X-Files), Colm McCarthy (The Girl with All the Gifts), Kandis Fay (Frankenstein Reborn), Janice Dickinson (Charmed), Donnie Jeffcoat (Wish Upon a Star), George N. Neise (The Three Stooges in Orbit), James Baskett (Revenge of the Zombies), Mackintosh Muggleton (28 Weeks Later), Chris Jai Alex (Star Wars: Battlefront II), Dan Green (Sonic X), Mike Weinberg (Dark Angel), Matthew Cottle (The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells), Brad Simpson (World War Z), June Brown (Doctor Who), John Tartaglia (The Happytime Murders), Edgar Bergen (Charlie’s Haunt), Vincent Ward (Alien3), Annika Hallin (Witch in Our Family), Eric Red (Bad Moon), Ching Wan Lau (Black Mask), Jimmy “Jax” Pinchak (Ender’s Game), Nailea Norvind (The Bermuda Triangle), Sarah Hester (Aliens: Zone of Silence), Kevin Allison (Bill & Ted’s Bogus Adventure), Gretchen Wyler (Mr. Merlin), Jonathan Stark (Fright Night), Ardwight Chamberlain (Samurai Pizza Cats), Faith Brook (Hamlet), Rebecca Shoichet (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Warren Ellis (Castlevania), Christopher Murphy (The Abyss), Jerome Bettis (Chuck), Noble “Kid” Chissell (Bigfoot), Patricia Maynard (Doctor Who), Anthony Alabi (Dimension 404), Paul Brittain (Hotel Transylvania), Iain M. Banks (Excession)…

#OTD (15 February) in geeky history in 2009: 2B opens (at IMDb); Samurai Squadron Shinkenger series debut (at IMDb

Born #OTD (15 February) in geeky history: Renée O’Connor (Xena: Warrior Princess), Alex Borstein (Family Guy), Jane Seymour (Live and Let Die), Christopher McDonald (Beware the Batman), Chris Farley (Coneheads), Zachary Gordon (Star Wars Rebels), Jessica De Gouw (Arrow), Tara Holt (Z Nation), Cynthia LaMontagne (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery), Sherry Jackson (Star Trek: The Original Series), Claire Bloom (Clash of the Titans), Sarah Wynter (The Dead Zone), Cesar Romero (Batman), Megan Dodds (Psychic Detective), Marisa Berenson (Cinéman), Gale Sondergaard (The Invisible Man’s Revenge), Amber Riley (The Wiz Live!), Kevin McCarthy (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Harvey Korman (Dracula: Dead and Loving It), Joseph R. Gannascoli (Men in Black 3), John Barrymore (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Matt Groening (Futurama), Niki Koss (Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse), Steven Michael Quezada (Foreseeable), Nick Eversman (Once Upon a Time), Brea Bee (Bleeder), Kim Myers (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge), Allan Arbus (Damien: Omen II), Miranda July (The Future), Kurt McKinney (ALF), Arthur Shields (Daughter of Dr. Jekyll), Renee Props (Weird Science), Meg Wyllie (Star Trek: The Original Series), Kaj-Erik Eriksen (The 4400), Michael Easton (Total Recall 2070), Claire Yarlett (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), Haley Tju (Monsters vs. Aliens), Keene Curtis (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Hark Tsui (The Era of Vampires), Ashley Tesoro (Lord of Illusions), Katherine Kamhi (Ghost Whisperer), Mo Gallini (Chernobyl: Zone of Exclusion), Peter Anthony Tambakis (The Sixth Sense), Sam Kydd (The Projected Man), Nico Minardos (The Twilight Zone), Alex ter Avest (Cell), Francis X. McCarthy (Interstellar), Tom Fridley (Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives), Tino Insana (Spaceballs: The Animated Series), Doreen Lang (The Birds), Betsy Hale (The Birds), Carlos Romero (Soylent Green), Jeffrey G. Hunt (Casper Meets Wendy), Renee Sandstrom (Sirens of the Deep), Jenna Morasca (Drive-In Horror Show), Grant Chang (Daredevil), Jordan Jones (The Crystal Crypt), Gerald Harper (Adam Adamant Lives!), Chun Li (Once Upon a Time), Bud Jamison (It Happened Tomorrow), Sax Rohmer (The Daughter of Fu Manchu), Jack Dann (The Man Who Melted), Elizabeth Knox (Dreamhunter)…

#OTD (14 February) in geeky history in 2011: IBM’s Watson first appears on Jeopardy

Born #OTD (14 February) in geeky history: Danai Gurira (The Walking Dead), Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. (The Blob), Freddie Highmore (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead), Madison Iseman (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Brett Dier (Ravenswood), Allie Grant (That’s So Raven), Meg Tilly (Caprica), Stephanie Leonidas (Mirrormask), Andrew Robinson (Hellraiser), Vic Morrow (Twilight Zone: The Movie), Enrico Colantoni (Galaxy Quest), Anton Lesser (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Mindy Robinson (Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death), Jake Weary (It Follows), Matt Barr (Sleepy Hollow), Thelma Ritter (Miracle on 34th Street), Kristen Dalton (The Dead Zone), Julia Ling (Chuck), Florence Henderson (Loonatics Unleashed), Lois Maxwell (Moonraker), Karima McAdams (AVP: Alien vs. Predator), Andrew Prine (Weird Science), Sakina Jaffrey (Timeless), Gregory Hines (Eve of Destruction), Zach Galligan (Gremlins), Katie Boland (The Zack Files), Rie Rasmussen (Angel-A), Sebastian Pigott (Wynonna Earp), Matthias Hues (Digital Man), Shane Harper (Just Add Magic), Erica Leershen (Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2), Frank Collison (Twin Peaks), Teller (Dracula’s Daughters vs. the Space Brains), Paul Butcher (Meet the Robinsons), Eric Shea (Batman), T.J. Storm (Tales of Frankenstein), Edward Platt (Get Smart), Jason Douglas (The Walking Dead), Jack Benny (The Mouse That Jack Built), Tom Burlinson (The Time Guardian), James Eckhouse (Big), Allan Miller (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock), Kristen StephensonPino (The Channel), Hilary Angelo (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Mark Lutz (Angel), Tiffany Thornton (Wizards of Waverly Place), Valente Rodriguez (Wizards of Waverly Place), Tina Aumont (Two Orphan Vampires), Brian Kelly (Blade Runner), Michael Higgs (Wizards vs. Aliens), Rob Thomas (iZombie), Kris Aquino (Feng Shui), Bradley James Allan (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Ariel Vromen (Criminal), Lourdes Faberes (Good Omens), Angela Robinson (True Blood), Mark Eden (Doctor Who), Amanda Bauer (The Dark Path Chronicles), Jonathan Adams (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Nancy Youngblut (Star Trek: Voyager), Lee Chamberlin (The Electric Company), Steve Tisch (The Postman), Ray Corrigan (Undersea Kingdom), Emrhys Cooper (Person of Interest), Stuart Erwin (The Misadventures of Merlin Jones), Lucy Boryer (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Stephanie Moseley (Catwoman), Alicia Borrachero (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian), Júlia Creus (Regression Post Panic Film), Sandro Kopp (Okja), Josh Daugherty (John Carter), Joe Pichler (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Gwyneth Jones (North Wind)…

#OTD (13 February) in geeky history in 1987: Mannequin opens in US theatres (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (13 February) in geeky history: Kelly Hu (The Scorpion King), Mena Suvari (American Horror Story), Sophia Lillis (It), Neal McDonough (Arrow), Michael Buscemi (Gotham), Stockard Channing (Practical Magic), Henry Mnemonic (Henry Rollins), Kim Novak (Bell Book and Candle), Oliver Reed (The Curse of the Werewolf), George Segal (2012), Carol Lynley (The Immortal), Susan Oliver (Star Trek: The Original Series), Daniel Portman (Game of Thrones), Donald Sumpter (Doctor Who), Richard Tyson (Battlefield Earth), Andrew Bryniarski (Dracula’s Guest), Matt Salinger (Captain America), Ian Reed Kesler (Medium), David Naughton (An American Werewolf in London), Caroline Blackiston (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Pernilla August (Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Bo Svenson (Wizards of the Lost Kingdom), Michele Greene (Miracles), Scott Paulin (Teen Wolf), Brina Palencia (Hell Girl), Joe Estevez (Who Lives Last), JB Blanc (Batman: Arkham Origins), Ewa Aulin (The Legend of Blood Castle), Barbara Shelley (Village of the Damned), Lucy Brown (Primeval), Barry Tubb (Revolution), Michael Ensign (Ghostbusters), Carolyn Lawrence (SpongeBob SquarePants), Jonathan Hensleigh (Jumanji), Katie Volding (Teen Angel), Peter Tork (The Monkees), Patrick Godfrey (Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle), Peter Gabriel (Myst IV: Revelation) James Griffith (The Amazing Transparent Man), Kenny Lin (Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back), Leslie Bevis (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Ellen Bry (The Amazing Spider-Man), Tony Dalton (Sense8), Mark Patton (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge), Ben Collins (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Jerry Springer (Happy!), Lyle Bettger (The Time Tunnel), Erica Mendez (Little Witch Academia), Donal Gibson (Justice League Unlimited), Carly McKillip (CardCaptors), Veronika London (iZombie), William Dozier (Batman), Tennessee Ernie Ford (Mouse on the Mayflower), Ernie F. Orsatti (Charmed), Nicoletta Elmi (Flesh for Frankenstein), Morton Lowry (Tarzan Finds a Son), Antonio Negret (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Patrick Barr (The Satanic Rites of Dracula), Ryan Farrell (Jessica Jones), Margaretta Scott (Things to Come), Tip Tipping (Aliens), Diane Youdale Mayhew (She-Wolf of London), Michael DeMello (Surrogates), Richard Partlow (Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog), Cyril Raymond (Transatlantic Tunnel), Julian Berlin (Creature Unknown), Gillian Bevan (Hamlet), Joseph V. Perry (ALF)…

#OTD (12 February) in geeky history in 1993: Groundhog Day opens

Born #OTD (12 February) in geeky history: Edward L. Cahn (It! The Terror from Beyond Space), Lorne Greene (Battlestar Galactica), Josh Brolin (Avengers: Infinity War), Christina Ricci (Speed Racer), Angus Sampson (Mad Max: Fury Road), Darren Aranofsky (Pi), Ajay Naidu (Pi), Tara Strong (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Lochlyn Munro (Beyond), Iko Uwais (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Sarah Lancaster (Chuck), Jesse Spencer (Curse of the Talisman), Anna Hopkins (The Expanse), John Michael Higgins (Blade: Trinity), Christine Elise (Child’s Play 2), Michael Ironside (Scanners), Valorie Curry (Blair Witch), Alex Meneses (The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas), Katherine Barrell (Wynonna Earp), Heather Doerksen (Pacific Rim), Robin Thomas (Pacific Rim), Josef Altin (Game of Thrones), Lisa Brenner (The Librarian: Quest for the Spear), Joe Don Baker (Mars Attacks!), Maud Adams (Rollerball), Georgina Reilly (Stitchers), Raphael Sbarge (Once Upon a Time), Arsenio Hall (The Real Ghostbusters), Chynna Phillips (Danny Phantom), Jennifer Stone (Wizards of Waverly Place), Christopher Pettiet (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Clare-Hope Ashitey (Children of Men), Simon MacCorkindale (Manimal), Richard Lynch (Halloween), Scott Menville (Teen Titans), Joanna Kerns (V), Sigrid Thornton (The New Adventures of Ocean Girl), Zach Grenier (BrainDead), Annette Crosbie (Into the Woods), Enver Gjokaj (Agent Carter), Forrest Tucker (The Abominable Snowman), Michael Bower (The X-Files), Bo-Young Park (A Werewolf Boy), Cliff De Young (The Craft), Afshan Azad (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Brian Haley (The Adjustment Bureau), David Steinberg (Willow), Paul Shenar (The Secret of NIMH), Alexander Martin (Haunted), Wallace Ford (Harvey), H.M. Wynant (Conquest of the Planet of the Apes), Shane Baumel (Over the Hedge), Larry Joshua (The X Files), Joseph Kearns (Alice in Wonderland), Franco Zeffirelli (Hamlet), Louis Zorich (The Muppets Take Manhattan), Gary LeRoi Gray (The Fairly OddParents), Robin Bain (The Last Exorcist), Peter Andersson (The Vatican Tapes), Ralph Bates (Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde), Sacha Horler (Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole), Gareth Thomas (Blake’s 7), Lisa Hannigan (Steven Universe), Joey Sagal (The Return of Swamp Thing), Paul Geoffrey (Excalibur), Ann Gillis (2001: A Space Odyssey), Lincoln Kirkpatrick (The Omega Man), David Seltzer (The Omen), Brioni Farrell (Star Trek: The Original Series), Harry Bellaver (God Told Me To), Bruno Lawrence (The Quiet Earth), Eben Ham (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Lillian Lehman (Defending Your Life), Ernest Clark (The Invisible Man), Juanita Coulson (Tomorrow’s Heritage), Donald Kingsbury (Courtship Rite)…

#OTD (11 February) in geeky history in 1970: Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed opens in US theatres (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (11 February) in geeky history: Jennifer Anniston (Bruce Almighty), Natalie Dormer (Game of Thrones), Taylor Lautner (Twilight), Burt Reynolds (Archer), Q’orianka Kilcher (Unnatural), Damian Lewis (Dreamcatcher), Leslie Nielsen (Forbidden Planet), Diane Franklin (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Lymari Nadal (Battlestar Galactica), Matthew Lawrence (Creature of Darkness), Tina Louise (The Stepford Wives), Sarah Butler (Moontrap: Target Earth), Sonny Landham (Predator), Eva Gabor (The Rescuers), Marisa Petroro (Simian Undercover Detective Squad), Kelly Rowland (Freddy vs. Jason), Thomas Turgoose (Game of Thrones), Brandy Norwood (Osmosis Jones), Isaiah Mustafa (It: Chapter Two), Georgia Groome (The Great Ghost Rescue), Riley Schmidt (American Horror Story), Jazz Raycole (Eastwick), Lisa Kay (Corpse Bride), Lisa Vicari (Dark), Catherine Hickland (Knight Rider), Ara Go (The Magician), Kim Stanley (Night Gallery), Conrad Janis (Mork & Mindy), Nicki Clyne (Battlestar Galactica), Joseph L. Mankiewicz (Alice in Wonderland), Olaniyan Thurmon (Avengers: Infinity War), Shanina Shaik (The Mummy), Alexandra Isles (Dark Shadows), Billy Halop (Land of the Giants), Becky LeBeau (Dinosaur Island), Shengyi Huang (Race to Witch Mountain), Philip Anglim (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Harris Allan (Smallville), Brice Beckham (Pound Puppies), Stephen Gregory (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Jordan Renzo (Class), Dominic Janes (Wolverine and the X-Men), Blair Dunlop (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Alexi Wasser (Journeyman), Alex Jones (A Scanner Darkly), Holter Graham (Maximum Overdrive), Jeffrey Meek (Mortal Kombat: Conquest), Pat Welsh (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Alexandra Bokyun Chun (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Paul Comi (Howard the Duck), Lee Tockar (The League of Super Evil), Dru Viergever (Falling Water), Brian Capron (101 Dalmations), D’Urville Martin (Rosemary’s Baby), Michael Balfour (Batman), John Fink (Batman & Robin), Brian Oulton (The Canterville Ghost), David Hutchison (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Paul Norell (Xena: Warrior Princess), Harley Cokeliss (Xena: Warrior Princess),Vee Vimolmal (The Omen), Wesley Strick (The Man in the High Castle), Scott C. Kolden (Dollhouse), Jane Yolen (The Devil’s Arithmetic), Daniel F. Galouye (Simulacron-3)…

#OTD (10 February) in geeky history in 1991: Deadpool 1st comics appearance

Born #OTD (10 February) in geeky history: Lon Chaney Jr. (The Wolf Man), Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games), Chloë Grace Moretz (Dark Shadows), Emma Roberts (American Horror Story), Keeley Hawes (Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend), Laura Dern (Jurassic Park), Yara Shahidi (3Below: Tales of Arcadia), Makenzie Vega (X-Men: The Last Stand), Meadow Williams (The Mask), Robert Wagner (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery), Karen Fukuhara (Suicide Squad), Barry Sloane (The Whispers), Uzo Aduba (The Wiz Live!), Vince Gilligan (The X-Files), Alexander Payne (Downsizing), Hannah Hoekstra (App), Claire Goose (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Philip Glenister (Demons), Scott Elrod (Hellhounds), Lexi Atkins (Zombeavers), Rupert Vansittart (Game of Thrones), Francesca Neri (Captain America), Julius Onah (The Cloverfield Paradox), Max Brown (Beauty and the Beast), Hazel Court (The Curse of Frankenstein), Jade Ramsey (House of Anubis), Marceline Hugot (Gotham), Jerry Goldsmith (Star Trek: The Motion Picture), Tiffany Espensen (Repo Men), Judith Anderson (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock), Michael Apted (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader), John Dierkes (Daughter of Dr. Jekyll), Harold Sylvester (Innerspace), Justin Wong (Millennium), Sascha Knopf (Shallow Hal), Jimmy Durante (Frosty the Snowman), Bess Motta (The Terminator), Carol Royle (Blake’s 7), Michael Keating (Blake’s 7), Fabrizia Sacchi (Suspiria), Douglas Spencer (The Thing from Another World), Robert Addie (Excalibur), Joyce Grenfell (Jackanory), Valerie Allen (I Married a Monster from Outer Space), Barrie Ingraham (The Great Mouse Detective), Robert Keith (The Twilight Zone), Michael McKell (Pentagram), George Stephanopoulos (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Kathryn Mullen (Fraggle Rock), Tanoai Reed (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Valri Bromfield (Needful Things), Neva Patterson (V), Douglas Slocombe (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Olin Howland (Them!), Sarah Aldrich (Big Bad Wolf), Paul Massey (Deadpool), Judy Clayton (The Truman Show), Walter Reed (Flying Disc Man from Mars), Solomon B Taiwo (Future Soldier), John Farrow (Tarzan Escapes), John Ringham (V for Vendetta), Paul Kersey (Hulk), Ronnie Rondell Jr. (Waterworld), Maurice Johnson (The Vampire Diaries), Peter Allen (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi), Briony McRoberts (Peter Pan), Nikita Ramsey (A Haunting at Silver Falls), Natalia Baron (Medium), Amelia Tyler (The Turing Test), Cleo Berry (The Sand), Peter Purves (Doctor Who)…

#OTD (9 February) in geeky history in 1968: The La Casa episode of Historias Para No Dormir debuts

Born #OTD (9 February) in geeky history: Michael B. Jordan (Black Panther), Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones), Tom Hiddleston (The Avengers), Heidi Moneymaker (The Avengerss) A.J. Buckley (The Good Dinosaur), Clive Swift (Excalibur), Joe Pesci (A Warrior’s Tale), Ciarán Hinds (Game of Thrones), David Gallagher (Super 8), Charlie Day (Pacific Rim), Avan Jogia (Zombieland: Double Tap), Kelli Berglund (Lab Rats), Judith Light (Scrooge & Marley), Margarita Levieva (The Invisible), Julie Warner (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Ziyi Zhang (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Amber Valletta (Dead Silence), Marianna Hill (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jimmy Bennett (The Amityville Horror), Colin Egglesfield (Lucifer), Matty Cardarople (Stranger Things), Stefanie Butler (Stranger Things), Mia Farrow (Rosemary’s Baby), Rati Gupta (Future Man), Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead), Jason George (Bewitched), Charles Shaughnessy (The Tale of Despereaux), Crispin Freeman (Young Justice), David Hayman (Macbeth), Rachel Melvin (Sleepy Hollow), Gloria Votsis (The Gates), Makoto Shinkai (Children Who Chase Lost Voices), Jim J. Bullock (Spaceballs), Charley Palmer Rothwell (iBoy), Camille Winbush (FraXtur), Sharon Case (George of the Jungle 2), Shaun Parkes (The Mummy Returns), Travis Tritt (Tales from the Crypt), Penny Peyser (The Incredible Hulk), Ronald Colman (Lost Horizon), Isabel Gillies (Project Vampire), Darren Dalton (The Land That Time Forgot), Tom Scharpling (Steven Universe), Heather Angel (Alice in Wonderland), Carole King (The Bionic Boy), Jaco Van Dormael (Mr. Nobody), Roy Jenson (Soylent Green), Janet Suzman (Tinga Tinga Tales), Ronnie Claire Edwards (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Brian Donlevy (The Quatermass Xperiment), Melanie Good (Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman), David Webb Peoples (Blade Runner), Sally Knyvette (Blake’s 7), Gene Lyons (Star Trek: The Original Series), Shelly Martinez (Dead Things), Christian Vincent (The Shape of Water), Sabrina Krievins (The X-Files), Erika Krievins (The X-Files), David Bateson (A Fish Tale), Robert Benevides (The Outer Limits), Marina Malota Darling (Donnie Darko), Dean J. West (Monster Hunters), Tina Mabry (Futurestates), Craig Gallivan (Torchwood), Todd Black (Fire in the Sky), Howard C. Hickman (On Borrowed Time), Gino Corrado (House of Frankenstein), Jasi Cotton Lanier (The 5th Wave), Juan Alfonso (Death Valley), Frank Frazetta (Conan), Jerry Beck (The Animated Movie Guide)…

#OTD (8 February) in geeky history in 1968: Planet of the Apes premieres in New York (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (8 February) in geeky history: Seth Green (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Mary McCormack (Deep Impact), William Jackson Harper (The Good Place), Mary Steenburgen (Time After Time), Brooke Adams (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), James Dean (Tales of Tomorrow), Nick Nolte (Hulk), Cecily Strong (Ghostbusters), Anna Hutchison (The Cabin in the Woods), Jack Lemmon (Bell Book and Candle), Susan Misner (Night Stalker), Creed Bratton (The Sound of Magic), Stephanie Courtney (Re-Animated), John Williams (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Liam McIntyre (The Flash), Lana Turner (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde), Ethan Phillips (Star Trek: Voyager), Mathilda May (Lifeforce), Jim Parrack (Suicide Squad), Brittany Bristow (Good Witch), Henry Czerny (Supergirl), Susan May Pratt (Drop Dead Diva), Josh Keaton (Hercules), Gary Coleman (The Kid with the Broken Halo), Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Paul Wight (Little Hercules in 3-D), Pooch Hall (Hood of Horror), Roger Lloyd Pack (Doctor Who), Ralf Little (Doctor Who), Danny Tamberelli (Magic School Bus), Ryan Pinkston (Tower Prep), Sherie Rene Scott (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Coming Out of Their Shells Tour), Burt Mustin (Bewitched), Missy Yager (Happy Death Day), Jordan Todosey (He Never Died), Richard Durden (Batman), Pamela Springsteen (My Science Project), Alejandro Rey (The Flying Nun), Robert Klein (The Last Unicorn), Lyle Talbot (Plan 9 from Outer Space), Richard Romanus (Heavy Metal), Carolyn Pickles (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1), Karle Warren (Lilo & Stitch), Martin Wuttke (Cloud Atlas), Charles Ruggles (The Bullwinkle Show), Elizabeth Hoffman (Stargate SG-1), Pamela Jean Bryant (The Incredible Hulk),Linda Marsh (The Incredible Hulk), George Cheung (Mongolian Death Worm), Jack Larson (Adventures of Superman), Jennifer Riker (Black Lightning), Brendan Wayne (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Dani Harmer (The Beeps), Alex Diakun (The X-Files), Christian Madsen (Madsen), Alexondra Lee (What Women Want), Tracy Ryan (Little Bear), Abigail Titmuss (The League of Legend Keepers: Shadows), Ladislav Beran (Hellboy), Allan Rich (Highlander II: The Quickening), Georgianne Walken (The Mothman Prophecies), Ed Corbin (Altergeist), Rocco Sisto (Frequency), Toby Emmerich (Frequency), Jonah Blechman (Flytrap), Michael Strong (Star Trek: The Original Series), Marc Wootton (Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel), Louis Giambalvo (Real Genius), Ray Middleton (Damn Yankees!), Mark Tandy (So Haunt Me), Chao Deng (The Mermaid), Crystal Marie Denha (Iron Man), Bengt Ekerot (The Seventh Seal), Claude Rich (Asterix and Obelix Meet Cleopatra), Larry Clarke (Sense8), Svyatoslav Podgaevskiy (Queen of Spades: The Dark Rite), Edith Evans (Scrooge), Kim Murphy (Touched by an Angel), Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson (The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption), Katelin Petersen (Star Trek: Voyager), Nancy Oliver (True Blood), Jules Verne (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Robin Wayne Bailey (Brothers of the Dragon), Mary Robinette Kowal (Evil Robot Monkey)…

#OTD (7 February) in geeky history in 1998: The Silver Surfer series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (7 February) in geeky history: James Spader (Avenger: Age of Ultron), Ruby O. Fee (Ghosthunters: On Icy Trails), Deborah Ann Woll (True Blood), Tina Majorino (True Blood), James Snyder (True Blood: The Parody Movie), Alexander Dreymon (American Horror Story), Ashton Kutcher (The Butterfly Effect), Jason Gedrick (Beauty and the Beast), Miguel Ferrer (RoboCop), Cerina Vincent (Power Rangers Lost Galaxy), Chris Rock (Madagascar), Victor Webster (Surrogates), Gloria Talbott (I Married a Monster from Outer Space), Pete Postlethwaite (Inception), Robyn Lively (Teen Witch), Eddie Izzard (Mystery Men), Essence Atkins (A Haunted House), Louisa Lytton (Emily Rising), John Posey (Teen Wolf), Philip Wiegratz (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Wayne Allwine (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Robert Smigel (The Jack and Triumph Show), Jock Mahoney (Tarzan Goes to India), Buster Crabbe (Flash Gordon), David Nykl (Stargate: Atlantis), Tegan Moss (The X-Files), Eddie Bracken (The Wind in the Willows), David Castro (Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments), Bea Miller (Toy Story 3), Siwan Morris (Wolfblood), Doua Moua (Mulan), Dora Bryan (Mirrormask), Dona Speir (Knight Rider), Joe Maross (The Time Tunnel), Andre Rosey Brown (Moonbase), Emo Philips (Adventure Time), Michael McGreevey (The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes), Hattie Jacques (Jackanory), Rayisa Kondracki (Good Witch), Cory Danziger (Beauty and the Beast), Gary Bond (Hammer House of Horror), Derek Farr (Star Maidens), Jonny Wexler (The Doodlebops), London Grace (Day of the Dead: Bloodline), Greydon Clark (Dark Future), Ash Adams (Puppet Master 4), Walter Tabayoyong (Star Trek: Enterprise), Eric Godon (Sherlock Holmes vs. Frankenstein), Gareth Hunt (Doctor Who), Kim Milford (Laserblast), Bhasker Patel (Thunderbirds), Gregory McKinney (Mortal Kombat), Matthew Gumley (Nella the Princess Knight), Sally Kemp (Planet Earth), Barrie M. Osborne (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), George Barrows (Robot Monster), Marc Diraison (Pokémon), Vincent Castellanos (Anaconda), Clara Bryant (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Steve Johnson (Species), Keefe Brasselle (Science Fiction Theatre), David Murray (Batman Begins), Jett Lucas (Star Wars: Episode III – Rebenge of the Sith), Marlon Young (War of the Worlds), Jason Leland Adams (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Brent Chalem (The Monster Squad), Leonard Jackson (Shining Time Station), Mia Marcon (Dracano), Stephen Crane (Cry of the Werewolf), Deanna Casaluce (My Best Friend Is an Alien), Boo Arnold (Sightings), Arif S. Kinchen (Resident Evil: Vendetta), Charles Dickens (A Christmas Carol), Thomas More (Utopia), Karen Joy Fowler (Sarah Canary), J.S. Fletcher (The Wonderful City), Jessica Khoury (Origin)…

#OTD (6 February) in geeky history in 1963: the It May Look Like a Walnut episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show debuts

Born #OTD (6 February) in geeky history: Josh Stewart (Interstellar), Tinashe (Out of Jimmy’s Head), Alice Eve (Star Trek Into Darkness), Anna Diop (Titans), Crystal Reed (Teen Wolf), Dane DeHaan (Chronicle), Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things), Mike Farrell (Superman), Kathy Najimy (Hocus Pocus), Rip Torn (Men in Black)…Zsa Zsa Gabor (Queen of Outer Space), Ben Lawson (Grimm), Gayle Hunnicut (The Legend of Hell House), Alice Greczyn (Phil of the Future), François Truffaut (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Megan Gallagher (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Barry Miller (The Six Million Dollar Man), Brian Stepanek (The Haunted Hathaways), Patrick Macnee (The Howling), Mamie Van Doren (The Navy vs. the Night Monsters), Brittany Drisdelle (Tales from the NeverEnding Story), Tiffany Bolling (Electra Woman and Dyna Girl), Dylan McTee (Roswell, New Mexico), David Hayter (Watchmen), Jon Walmsley (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day), Robert Townsend (The Meteor Man), Fabian (Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine), José Alfredo Fernandez (Godzilla vs. Kong), Alison Haislip (Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana), David Hart (Silver Bullet), Amy Robach (Sesame Street), Michael Tucker (Batman Beyond), Cecily Adams (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Michelle Thrush (Forever Knight), Brandon Hammond (Mars Attacks!), Kim Poirier (Dawn of the Dead), Gigi Perreau (For Heaven’s Sake), Natalie Cole (Cats Don’t Dance), Steven Keats (The Last Dinosaur), Mike Grady (Thomas & Friends: King of the Railway), Har Mar Superstar (Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return), Jim Haynie (The Fog), Amanda Musso (Angel from Hell), Paul Reynolds (Slipstream), April Lerman (Annie), Thurl Ravenscroft (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Erin Matthews (X-Men Legends), Walker Edmiston (The Great Mouse Detective), Joe Walker (Starship), September D’Angelo (Fight 4 Your Life), Linda Governor (Wheels of Fire), Tyler Butterworth (Science Fiction), David Emmerichs (Insidious: The Last Key), Elmo Lincoln (Tarzan of the Apes), Lauren Vera (2-Headed Shark Attack), Claudia Ohana (Vamp), John Sanderford (Firestarter), Pamela Curran (The Green Hornet), Spencer Liff (Across the Universe), Eric Flint (1632)…

#OTD (5 February) in geeky history in 2000: The Others series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (5 February) in geeky history: John Carradine (Billy the Kid vs. Dracula), Darren Criss (Transformers: Robots in Disguise), Jennifer Jason Leigh (Annihilation), Laura Linney (The Exorcism of Emily Rose), Charlotte Rampling (Assassin’s Creed), Michael Sheen (Good Omens), Chris Parnell (Archer), Barbara Hershey (Once Upon a Time), Gil McKinney (Once Upon a Time), Michael Mann (Hancock), Jeremy Sumpter (Peter Pan), Christopher Guest (The Princess Bride), Brittany Allen (The Boys), Tom Wilkinson (Watership Down), Tony Jaa (Monster Hunter), Nora Zehetner (Creative Control), Tim Meadows (Son of Zorn), Anthony Ingruber (Batman: The Enemy Within), Charlbi Dean Kriek (Black Lightning), Tim Holt (The Yesterday Machine), Jamie Brewer (American Horror Story), Rebecca Welles (Captain Video and His Video Rangers), David Meunier (Arrow), Leslie Zemeckis (The Polar Express), David Selby (Dark Shadows), Red Buttons (Pete’s Dragon), Paige Howard (Happy!), Robin Sachs (Galaxy Quest), Jonathan Freeman (Aladdin), Davis Cleveland (Ghost Whisperer), Vivian Wu (Ghost Whisperer), Jordan Nagai (Up), Myndy Crist (The Time Machine), Stephen J. Cannell (The Greatest American Hero), Arabella Field (Godzilla), Rosanne Katon (Zapped!), David Ladd (The Serpent and the Rainbow), Stuart Damon (Cinderella), David Chisum (Timeless), Derek Stephen Price (Naruto: Shippûden), Dick Warlock (Escape from New York), Stefan Gierasch (Carrie), Luke Greenfield (The Animal), Crystle Lightning (Prey), Robert Totten (Kung Fu), Cliff Martinez (Solaris), Paul Smith (Mr. Terrific), Delaina Mitchell (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series), James Cox (Dead Last), Bruce Marchiano (Curse II: The Bite), Avery Clyde (The Salena Incident), Zachary Ray Sherman (The Thirst: Blood War), Willard Parker (The Earth Dies Screaming), Shawn Reaves (Tru Calling), Rod Roddenberry (Star Trek: Discovery), Steven Shainberg (Rupture), H.R. Giger (Alien), Eric Michael Zee (Independence Day), Marjorie Eaton (Mary Poppins), Christopher Shea (The Invaders), Ryûsei Nakao (Dragon Ball Z), John Nettleton (Fishtales), Ken Adam (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Kate Trotter (Lost Girl), O’Neal Compton (Deep Impact), Sam Gilman (Star Trek: The Original Series), Paul Vandervort (Waiting for Dracula), Duff McKagan (Sliders), Norman Grabowski (Batman), William S. Burroughs (Naked Lunch)…

#OTD (4 February) in geeky history in 1983: Videodrome opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (4 February) in geeky history: George A. Romero (Night of the Living Dead), Gabrielle Anwar (Once Upon a Time), Jenette Goldstein (Aliens), Ida Lupino (Batman), Brandy Ledford (Andromeda), Lauren Ash (She-Ra and the Princesses of Power), Bug Hall (Revolution), Kyla Kenedy (The Walking Dead), Patrick Bergin (Dracula), Hannibal Buress (The Secret Life of Pets), Jim O’Heir (My Babysitter the Super Hero), Michael Beck (Xanadu), Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine), Natalie Imbruglia (Robbie the Reindeer in Legend of the Lost Tribe), Linda Bassett (Twirlywoos), Lewis Tan (Deadpool 2), Graham Verchere (Supergirl), Pamelyn Ferdin (Star Trek: The Original Series), Lisa Eichhorn (Moon 44), Jerry Adler (Quantum Leap), William Talman (The Invaders), John Schuck (Holmes and Yoyo), Katy Selverstone (Ghost Whisperer), Conrad Bain (Dark Shadows), Alice Cooper (Dark Shadows), Michael A. Goorjian (Touched by an Angel), Kun Chen (Zhongkui: Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal), Jim Jeffries (The Librarians), Isolda Dychauk (Faust), Tabitha Lupien (Goosebumps), Richard Lineback (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Collin Wilcox Paxton (The Twilight Zone), Gary Conway (Land of the Giants), William Phipps (Cinderella), Tony Haygarth (Chicken Run), Urmila Matondkar (Bhoot), Michael Riley (Cube Zero), James Craig (Bigfoot), Augie Duke (Another Plan from Outer Space), John Gordon Sinclair (World War Z), Norman Wisdom (Five Children and It), Nigel Bruce (The Blue Bird), Danielle Vega (Barney & Friends), Andrew Gray (Power Rangers Megaforce), Christopher Jones (The Nightmare Room), Janet Waldo (The Jetsons), Maxime Alexandre (The Nun), Peter Butterworth (Carry On Screaming), Hannah Stocking (Boo 2! A Madea Halloween), Lawrence Sher (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Mila Brener (Shimmer and Shine), Haruka Tomatsu (Magi: The Kingdom of Magic), Dallas Lovato (Tom and Jerry: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), David Ketchum (Get Smart), Kimberly Wyatt (13 Going On 30), Vincent Walsh (Lost Girl), Rosa Parks (Touched by an Angel), Robert Coote (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir), Clint Black (The Adventures of Chuck & Friends), Andrei Arlovski (Universal Soldier: Regeneration), Stig Henrik Hoff (The Thing), Sean Olson (F.R.E.D.I.), Jeremy Palko (The Walking Dead), Cheryl Miller (The Six Million Dollar Man), Walter Catlett (Ghost Catchers), Shigeru Chiba (Ghost in the Shell), Bruce Malmuth (The Twilight Zone), Rob Roy Fitzgerald (Route 666), Don Davis (The Matrix), Jeannie Wilson (Street Hawk), Cassie Keller (The Wicked), Mitchell Kosterman (Smallville), Julianne Buescher (The Muppets), Eddie Foy Jr. (My Living Doll), Charles Simon (102 Dalmatians), Neal Asher (The Skinner)…

#OTD (3 February) in geeky history in 2012: Chronicle opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (3 February) in geeky history: Warwick Davis (Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi, Isla Fisher (Scooby-Doo), Bridget Regan (Agent Carter), Costa Ronin (Agent Carter), Morgan Fairchild (Chuck), Blythe Danner (Howl’s Moving Castle), Nathan Lane (The Lion King), Keith Gordon (The Leftovers), Anthony Russo (Avengers: Endgame), Kathleen Kinmont (Bride of Re-Animator), Stephen McHattie (Watchmen), Fredric Lehne (Men in Black), Elisa Donovan (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Michael Cimino (Silent Running), Kelly Sullivan (Henry Danger), John Fiedler (Star Trek: The Original Series), Tim Heidecker (Ant-Man and the Wasp), Pamela Franklin (The Legend of Hell House), Victor Buono (Batman), Terry Chen (Jessica Jones), Jimmy Vee (Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi), Søren Malling (Emma and Santa Claus: The Quest for the Elf Queen’s Heart), Peggy Ann Garner (Bomba the Jungle Boy), Matt Winston (The Boy Who Cried Werewolf), Matthew Moy (Steven Universe), Ian Lithgow (3rd Rock from the Sun), Shelley Berman (The Twilight Zone), Corbin Reid (Blair Witch), Sergej Onopko (Emerald City), Thomas Calabro (The Last Ship), Patricia Haines (Blood Beast from Outer Space), Abigail Hargrove (World War Z), Frank Coraci (Click), Susanne Benton (A Boy and His Dog), Tonea Stewart (Body Snatchers), Eliza Schneider (Assassin’s Creed II), Tristan D. Lalla (Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation), Kenneth Anger (Prisoner of Mars), Trisha Noble (Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith), Carl Theodor Dreyer (Vampyr), Adrian R’Mante (S1m0ne), Bonnie Burroughs (Life After Beth), Eihi Shiina (Meatball Machine Kodoku), Rey Valentin (Agent Carter), Ford Austin (Aliens vs. A-holes), Suzan Ball (Aladdin and His Lamp), Thomas Rosales Jr. (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), Ellen Thomas (Doctor Who), Joan Rice (The Horror of Frankenstein), Time Winters (Nosferatu), John Koyama (Preacher), Bridget Hanley (Bewitched), Shane Rangi (The Wolverine), Mariclare Costello (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Gary Webster (Trouble on Earth), Alix Bailey (Spooky Stakeout), Arvie Lowe Jr. (BigHead Star Wars: Force Awakens Trailer Parody), Ryne Sanborn (Touched by an Angel), Daddy Yankee (Vampiros), Kellen Goff (Marvel Avengers Academy), Linda Papadopoulos (Urban Legends), Bibi Osterwold (Phantom 2040), Mary Carlisle (Dead Men Walk), Glenn McCuen (Teen Wolf), Aleen Keshishian (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Ransom Riggs (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children)…

#OTD (2 February) in geeky history in 2017: Powerless series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (2 February) in geeky history: Duane Jones (Night of the Living Dead), Gemma Arterton (Watership Down), Ellie Bamber (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Farrah Fawcett (Logan’s Run), Brent Spiner (Star Trek: The next Generation), Emily Rose (Haven), Zosia Mamet (Star vs. the Forces of Evil) Michael T. Weiss (Young Justice), Rich Sommer (Elena of Avalor), Elaine Stritch (3rd Rock from the Sun), Carol Ann Susi (Cats & Dogs), Blake Clark (Toy Story 4), Lauren Lane (Gen13), Bo Hopkins (Tentacles), Marissa Janet Winokur (Yo Gabba Gabba!), Oz Perkins (Star Trek), David Jason (The Color of Magic), Shakira (Zootopia), Arly Jover (Blade), Tony Jay (Beauty and the Beast), Barbara Sukowa (12 Monkeys), Jack McGee (Star Kid), Macarena Gómez (Dagon), Geoffrey Hughes (Yellow Submarine), Martin Spanjers (True Blood), D.C. Douglas (Z Nation), Salvatore Esposito (They Call Me Jeeg), Jenny Lumet (Star Trek: Discovery), Frank Albertson (It’s a Wonderful Life), Tanya Clarke (Inhumans), Robert Mandan (Zapped!), Duane “Dog” Chapman (Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens), Kim Zimmer (Babylon 5), Kirk Baily (The Meg), Connie Gilchrist (The Monkey’s Uncle), JuJu Chan (Palace of the Damned), Jackie Burroughs (The Dead Zone), Bonita Granville (Science Fiction Theatre), Michael Talbott (Carrie), Tom Smothers (My Brother, the Angel), Benny Rubin (Topper), J.E. Freeman (Alien: Resurrection), C. Ernst Harth (Thir13en Ghosts), Glynn Edwards (The Blood Beast Terror), Kathryn Eastwood (Virus of the Dead), S.Z. Sakall (Wonder Man), Nathan Barnatt (Now Apocalypse), Eden Espinosa (Tangled: The Series), Brad McMurray (Sinbad and the Minotaur), Sheila Allen (Lost in Space), Glenda McKay (Eternal Law), Ga-in Han (The Moon That Embraces the Sun), John Mahon (The X-Files), Herbie Faye (The Twilight Zone), Matthew Scurfield (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Stephanie Randall (Prehistoric Women), Gunter Schlierkamp (Hulk), Sal Velez Jr. (The Walking Dead: Michonne), Toni Nielsen (Supergirl), David Sharpe (Death Race 2000), Fred Lerner (Escape from New York), Thomas M. Disch (On Wings of Song), John Russo (Night of the Living Dead)…

#OTD (1 February) in geeky history in 1990: Samurai Pizza Cats series debut

#OTD (1 February) in geeky history: Bill Mumy (Lost in Space), Julie Garner (The Last Exorcism Part II), Sherilyn Fenn (Twin Peaks), Michael C. Hall (Justice League: Gods and Monsters), Rachelle Lefevre (Twilight), Abbi Jacobson (BoJack Horseman), Ronda Rousey (Mortal Kombat 11), Linus Roache (Batman Begins), Brandon Lee (The Crow), Pauly Shore (Encino Man), Rebecca Creskoff (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Heather Morris (Ice Age: Continental Drift), Brian Krause (Charmed), Terry Jones (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Sara Malakul (Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse), Lee Thompson Young (Smallville), Hynden Walch (Adventure Time), Ron Lynch (Adventure Time), John Gemberling (Robotomy), Exene Cervenka (The Twilight Zone), Ana Alexander (Land of the Lost), Stuart Whitman (Superboy), Garrett Morris (Black Scorpion), Nancy Gates (Science Fiction Theatre), Sherman Hemsley (Dinosaurs), Linda Gaye Scott (Westworld), Elisabeth Sladen (Doctor Who), Lauren Conrad (Epic Movie), Bibi Besch (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Rona Newton-John (UFO), Gabrielle Fitzpatrick (Lost), Kaitlin Hopkins (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Justin Deely (Fear the Walking Dead) Peter Sallis (The Curse of the Were-Rabbit), Matt Lattanzi (Xanadu), Andrea King (Blackenstein), Lauren Mary Kim (Star Trek), Davi Santos (Power Rangers Dino Charge), Paul Carr (Star Trek: The Original Series), Big Boi (Animals.), Grant Gelt (Eerie, Indiana), Jackie Shroff (Gang of Ghosts), Bryan Dick (Torchwood), Cylk Cozart (The Helix…Loaded), Ramy Zada (Two Evil Eyes), Noah Blake (Harry and the Hendersons), Bruce Gordon (Piranha), Helen Chandler (Dracula), William Lustig (Army of Darkness), Leo Burmester (The Abyss), Ryô Yoshizawa (Kamen Rider Fourze), Ryô Horikawa (Dragon Ball Z), Shelby Chong (Sandman), Tony Ka Fai Leung (League of Gods), Grace Stone (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Britanni Johnson (Borderlands), Jarrett London (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Brandis Kemp (Miracles), Clete Roberts (Time After Time), Greg Stasz (2012), Dwayne Adway (Hydra), Randy Thomas (Killjoys), George Pal (The War of the Worlds), Meg Cabot (Shadowland)…

#OTD (31 January) in geeky history in 2003: Final Destination 2 opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (31 January) in geeky history: John Agar (The Mole People), Kelly Lynch (Virtuosity), Carol Channing (The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars), Patricia Velasquez (The Mummy Returns) Kerry Washington (Cars 3) Portia de Rossi (Cursed), Jonathan Banks (Gremlins), Justin Timberlake (Trolls), Dexter Fletcher (Sherlock Gnomes), Minnie Driver (Re\Visioned: Tomb Raider Animated Series), Paul Scheer (Adventure Time), Suzanne Pleshette (The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride), Jean Simmons (Howl’s Moving Castle), Joel Courtney (Super 8), Glynn Turman (Super 8), Anthony LaPaglia (Anabelle: Creation), Amy Jackson (Supergirl), Ann Silk (Lost Girl), Jessica Walter (Archer), Emmett J. Scanlan (Guardians of the Galaxy), Daniel Moder (Spider-Man 3), Bobby Moynihan (DuckTales), Matt King (Strange Hill High), Eddie Cantor (Ali Baba Goes to Town), Tallulah Bankhead (Batman), Amelia Bullmore (Jekyll & Hyde), Cristine Rose (Heroes), James Franciscus (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Tyler Ritter (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Stuart Margolin (The Ray Bradbury Theatre), Kevin Christy (Race to Witch Mountain), John Dye (Touched by an Angel), Peter McRobbie (Daredevil), Megan Ellison (Her), Percy Helton (The Twilight Zone), Jean Speegle Howard (Cocoon), Cindy Ambuehl (Dark Breed), Yeong-ae Lee (YooHoo and Friends), Robert Grubb (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome), Rahart Adams (Pacific Rim: Uprising), Olive Carey (Billy the Kid vs. Dracula), William Sylvester (2001: A Space Odyssey), Linda Porter (Twin Peaks), Lorraine Warren (The Conjuring), Michael St. Michaels (The Video Dead), Tiffany Limos (Teenage Caveman), Lily Mo Sheen (Underworld: Evolution), Derek Jarman (The Tempest), Philip Glass (Fantastic Four), Matt McColm (R.I.P.D.), Joey Wang (A Chinese Ghost Story), Carey Loftin (Harry and the Hendersons), William Bryant (King Dinosaur), James Adomian (Talking Tom and Friends), Billy MacLellan (Star Trek: Discovery), Walter Coy (Cult of the Cobra), Brad Rutter (Dreamweaver), Lynn Carlin (Battle Beyond the Stars), Eddie Byrne (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Eva Sayer (The Children), David Oliver (Night of the Creeps), John “Johnny Rotten” Lydon (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Mike Gandolfi (Mystery Science Theater 3000), Carol Hawkins (When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth), Barbara Marten (Hamlet), Dayeanne Hutton (The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy), Jimmy Noonan (Gotham), Eric Walker (The Ewok Adventure), Mina Olivera (Dark Amazon), Kate Blumberg (Medium), Joe Costner (The Postman), Paulette Braxton (Homeboys in Outer Space), Grant Morrison (Doom Patrol)…

#OTD (30 January) in geeky history in 2009: The Uninvited opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (30 January) in geeky history: Daphne Ashbrook (Doctor Who), Bambadjan Bamba (Black Panther), Eiza González (Alita: Battle Angel), Christian Bale (The Dark Knight), Olivia Coleman (Watership Down), Michael Aloni (Temporarily Dead), Danielle Campbell (The Originals), Gene Hackman (Superman), Wilmer Valderrama (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Vanessa Redgrave (Cars 2), Ann Dowd (The Handmaid’s Tale), Kylie Bunbury (Under the Dome), Darren Boyd (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Khleo Thomas (Holes), Phil Collins (Tarzan), Brett Butler (The Walking Dead), Julie McCullough (The Blob), Valene Kane (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), David Wayne (The Andromeda Strain), Jake Thomas (A.I. Artificial Intelligence), Wayne Wilderson (A.I. Artificial Intelligence), Andy Milonakis (Adventure Time), Charles S. Dutton (American Horror Story), Dwier Brown (Field of Dreams), Jordan Prentice (Howard the Duck), Tony O’Dell (Otherworld), Tony Maudsley (Sleepy Hollow), Tammy Grimes (The Last Unicorn), Elsa Martinelli (The 10th Victim), Alex Hyde-White (The Fantastic Four), Margot Finley (The Odyssey), John Ireland (Waxwork II: Lost in Time), Michelle Langstone (Power Rangers S.P.D.), Tina Malone (Starhunter), Hugh Marlowe (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Gino Conforti (Thumbelina), Dick Martin (3rd Rock from the Sun), Paige Moss (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Rob Pinkston (Ben 10), Randy Brooks (Mork & Mindy), Ronald Long (The Time Tunnel) Lloyd Alexander (The Book of Three), Gregory Benford (Timescape)…

#OTD (29 January) in geeky history in 1964: Children of the Damned opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (29 January) in geeky history: Victor Mature (One Million B.C.), MacKenzie Porter (Travelers), Katharine Ross (The Stepford Wives), Heather Graham (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Tom Selleck (Runaway), Justin Hartley (Arrow), Isabel Lucas (Emerald City), Mark Rowley (Macbeth), Sara Gilbert (Supergirl), Andrew Keegan (Independence Day), Edward Burns (A Sound of Thunder), Lisa Emery (Wolf), Nicholas Turturro (Justice League Dark), Dorothy Malone (The Day Time Ended), Adam Lambert (The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again), Bobbie Phillips (Chameleon), Oprah Winfrey (A Wrinkle in Time), Jason James Richter (Ghost in the Graveyard), Sam Trammell (True Blood), Marc Singer (The Beastmaster), Judy Horton (Stargate SG-1), Sam Jaeger (Drop Dead Diva), Terry Kinney (Being Human), Ann Jillian (Jennifer Slept Here), Sharif Atkins (Guardians of the Galaxy), Katie Lohmann (The Mummy’s Kiss), John Forsythe (Lights Out), Kelly Packard (Little Bigfoot), Jessica Marais (Legend of the Seeker), Vinzenz Kiefer (Speed Racer), W.C. Fields (Alice in Wonderland), Diane Delano (Jeepers Creepers 2), Drew Tyler Bell (Jeepers Creepers 2), Ernie Lively (Shocker), François Civil (Rosemary’s Baby), Tim Healy (The Lost World), Ernst Lubitch (Heaven Can Wait), Paul Fusco (ALF), Richard Bakalyan (The Fox and the Hound), Jenny McShane (Grimm), Jakob Davies (Once Upon a Time), Robert Random (Village of the Giants), Matthew Arnold (Chronicles of an Exorcism), Anthony George (Dark Shadows), Julia Piaton (House of Time), Jeph Loeb (Heroes), Alan Marshall (House on Haunted Hill), Tracy Lynn Cruz (Power Rangers Turbo), Suzie Kennedy (Blade Runner 2049), Dalila Di Lazzaro (Phenomena), Ismael “East” Carlo (Wild Wild West), Bryn Apprill (Attack on Titan), Julie Ann Taylor (Akira), Michael Ferris (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines), Danny Arroyo (Peter Pan’s Lost Boys), Leslie Bricusse (Doctor Dolittle), Paddy Chayefsky (Altered States)…

#OTD (28 January) in geeky history in 1961: Supercar series debut on ITV

Born #OTD (28 January) in geeky history: Will Poulter (The Maze Runner), Ariel Winter (Sofia the First), Elijah Wood (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Tom Hopper (Game of Thrones), Kathryn Morris (Minority Report), Alan Alda (The Mephisto Waltz), Alexandra Krosney (Rainbow Brite), Lee Ingleby (Watership Down), Ty Olsson (The Man in the High Castle), Frank Darabont (The Walking Dead), Gillian Vigman (Supernatural), Chance Kelly (Fringe), Barbi Benton (Deathstalker), Calum Worthy (Stormworld), Marthe Keller (Hereafter), Lynda Boyd (The Age of Adaline), Joey Fatone (A Witch’s Ball), John Banner (Adventures of Superman), Harley Jane Kozak (Arachnophobia), Susan Howard (Star Trek: The Original Series), Frank Doubleday (Escape from New York), John Beck (Rollerball), Stephen Farrelly (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows), Nicholas Pryor (Damien: Omen II), Keith Hamilton Cobb (Andromeda), John Davis Chandler (Star Trek: Deep space Nine), Nick Carter (Dead 7), Sarah McLachlan (Poltergeist: The Legacy), Melody Perkins (Planet of the Apes), Liannet Borrego (El Fantasma de Elena), Peter McDonald (Sea of Souls), Tyra Ferrell (The Exorcist 3), Henry Mortensen (The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), Janna Fassaert (Amphibious Creature of the Deep), Jack Hill (Sorceress), Rachel Butera (The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle), Hiroshi Kamiya (Attack on Titan), Joe Wright (Silver Bullet), Joel Crothers (Dark Shadows), Steve Alder (Worlds Beyond), Frank Skinner (Cinderella), Ashley Artus (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Andrea Runge (Orphan Black), Andrew Jack (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Lewis Wilson (Batman), Jeffrey Johnson (Terminator Genisys), Charles Morton (The Incredible Mr. Limpet), Sam McDaniel (Son of Dracula), Graham Sibley (Zombie Honeymoon), Rob Lieber (Peter Rabbit), Arnold Moss (Star Trek: The Original Series), Albert Reed (Isis), J. Roy Helland (Mary Poppins Returns), Ashlyn Henson (The Vampire Diaries), …

#OTD (27 January) in geeky history in 2003: Miracles series debut

Born #OTD (27 January) in geeky history: Rasamund Pike (Watership Down), Bridget Fonda (Monkeybone), Tamlyn Tomita (The Day After Tomorrow), James Cromwell (Star Trek: First Contact), Patton Oswalt (Ratatouille), Alan Cumming (X-Men 2), Mimi Rogers (Lost in Space), Susanna Thompson (Arrow), Donna Reed (It’s a Wonderful Life), Josh Randall (Timeless), Richard Bremmer (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Brooke Butler (The Sand), Mikhail Baryshnikov (The Nutcracker), Chris Gauthier (Watchmen), Mike Patton (Edge of Twilight), John Witherspoon (Vampire in Brooklyn), Alex Norton (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest), Troy Donahue (Monster on the Campus), Tricky (The Fifth Element), Todd Louiso (Macbeth), Howard McNear (The Twilight Zone), Julie Caitlin Brown (Babylon 5), Michael Craig (Mysterious Island), Sabu (Thief of Bagdad), Susanne Blakeslee (The Fairly OddParents), Jim Antonio (Pleasantville), Clifford Chapin (Attack on Titan), Michael Ripper (Quatermass and the Pitt), Andi Osho (Shazam!), Adam Carl (The Monster Squad), Emily Carmichael (Pacific Rim: Uprising), Melissa Brasselle (The Curse of the Komodo), Hrothgar Mathews (The Core), Ido Drent (Ash vs Evil Dead), Chet Grissom (The Creature from Lake Michigan), Guillermo Rodriguez (Guardians of the Galaxy: Inferno), Sarah Kennedy (Future Cop), Glenn Taranto (The New Addams Family), Don Dohler (The Alien Factor), Willy Fritsch (Woman in the Moon), Roy Fegan (The Meteor Man), Ross Bagdasarian (The Chipmunks), Kerrigan Mahan (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Frank Miller (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns), Joe Bob Briggs (Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-In), Lewis Carroll (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland), Mordecai Richler (Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang)…

#OTD (26 January) in geeky history in 1994: Babylon 5 series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (26 January) in geeky history: Kathryn Leigh Scott (Dark Shadows), Sara Rue (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Kelli Barrett (BrainDead), Paul Newman (Cars), Kelly Stables (W.I.T.C.H.), Bryan Callen (Death Valley), Colin O’Donoghue (Once Upon a Time), Ellen DeGeneres (Finding Nemo), Scott Glenn (The Keep), David Straitharn (Alphas), Taylor James (Samson), Tyger Drew-Honey (The Mnistry of Curious Stuff), Cameron Bright (The Twilight Saga: New Moon), Nico Mirallegro (The Ark), Rachel DiPillo (Werewolf: The Beast Among Us), Hannah Arterton (Atlantis), Paul Johansson (Van Helsing), Mimi Leder (The Leftovers), Lucy Loken (Teen Wolf), Gilles Marini (Teen Wolf), Alix Winton Regan (The Amazing World of Gumball), Tracy Middendorf (The Last Ship), George Tillmann Jr.), William Hopper (20 Million Miles to Earth), Hemky Madera (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Cyia Batten (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Roger Vadim (Barbarella), Addison Riecke (The Thundermans), Charles Lane (It’s a Wonderful Life), Edwin Hodge (Sleepy Hollow), Vito Scotti (The Aristocats), Edward Hogg (Jupiter Ascending), Joan Leslie (The Incredible Hulk), Laurie Prange (The Incredible Hulk), Jacob Blair (Dark Rising: Warrior of Worlds), Mary Murphy (The Outer Limits), Cassidy Lehrman (Murdered: Soul Suspect), Anne Jeffreys (Topper), Dorian Gregory (Charmed), Melvil Poupaud (Speed Racer), Cathy Podewell (Night of the Demons), Jennifer Crystal Foley (Dracula: Dead and Loving It), William Redfield (Fantastic Voyage), Michael O’Hearn (The Keeper of Time), William Prince (The Stepford Wives), Zara Cully (Night Gallery), Allison Hossack (Stargate SG-1), Michael McManus (Poltergeist), Christopher Massey (That’s So Raven), Dorothy Neumann (The Undead), Alfred Lynch (Doctor Who), Andrew J. Ferchland (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Walter Barnes (Escape to Witch Mountain), Ciera Payton (The Walking Dead), Dennis Moore (Beginning of the End), Rick Hill (Deathstalker), Stephen Lea Sheppard (The Begun of Tigtone), Andrew Rothenberg (Stranger Than Fiction), Wayne Gretzky (Robotropolis), Piper Mackenzie Harris (G-Force), Louanne (Mork & Mindy), Paul E. Burns (The Twilight Zone), Pat Musick (An American Tail), Toshiyuki Morikawa (Power Rangers Dino Force Brave), Philip José Farmer (Riverworld), Jonathan Carroll (Bones of the Moon)…

#OTD (25 January) in geeky history in 1999: The Blair Witch Projects premieres at the Sundance Film Festival (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (25 January) in geeky history: Don Mancini (Child’s Play), Mia Kirshner (Star Trek: Discovery), Michael Trevino (The Vampire Diaries), Natalie Hall (True Blood), Claudia Kim (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Christine Lakin (Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves), Leigh Taylor-Young (Soylent Green), Dinah Manoff (Child’s Play), Jennifer Lewis (The Princess and the Frog), Alicia Keys (Charmed), Diana Hyland (The Invaders), John Terry (Lost), Ana Ortiz (Elena of Avalor), Charlie Brewley (The Twilight Saga: New Moon), Dean Jones (The Love Bug), Bill Hickman (The Love Bug), Gregory Sierra (Beneath the Planet of the Apes), Teach Grant (The 100), Tobe Hooper (Poltergeist), Geoff Johns (The Flash), Dat Phan (Danny Phantom), Caroline Cave (Van Helsing), Stephen Chbosky (Beauty and the Beast), Dustin Ingram (Watchmen), Kurt Evans (Watchmen), Diane Salinger (Creature), Roger Yuan (Mulan), Kevin O’Rourke (Gandahar), Jessica McLeod (Death Note), Elizabeth Allen (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Gregg Palmer (From Hell It Came), Eugene Osment (Minority Report), Ted White (Starman), Christopher Ryan (Doctor Who), Marc Donato (Haunted High), Alexander Petrov (August. Eighth), Mildred Dunnock (Great Ghost Tales), Hannah Al Rashid (Dreadout: Tower of Hell), William Bogert (WarGames), Stephen Hagan (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Angela Thorne (The BFG), Michael Croner (The Happytime Murders), Kaiji Tang (Sirius the Jaeger), Richard Poe (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Rupert Simonian (Peter Pan), King Donovan (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Steven Schneider (Glass), Jack Axelrod (Hancock), Alex Nevil (Star Trek), Philip Chan (Supercop), Richard Davies (Doctor Who), Johnny Russell (The Blue Bird), Emily Somers (Awaken the Shadowman), Preston Flagg (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Harold Lloyd Jr. (Frankenstein’s Daughter), Toru Iwatani (Pixels), Johnny Green (Back to the Future), Margery Sharp (The Rescuers)…

#OTD (24 January) in geeky history in 2003: Darkness Falls opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (24 January) in geeky history: Ernest Borgnine (Escape from New York), Carrie Coon (Avengers: Infinity War), Matthew Lillard (Scooby-Doo), Kristen Schaal (Gravity Falls), Ed Helms (Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie), Mischa Barton (The Sixth Sense), Daveed Diggs (Ferdinand), Sharon Tate (The Fearless Vampire Killers), Justin Baldoni (Heroes), Nastassja Kinski (Cat People), John Belushi (Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle), Jonah Bobo (Zathura: A Space Adventure), Tatyana Ali (Sesame Street), Luke Arnold (Flex Armstrong & the Flex Fighters), Ruth Bradley (Grabbers), Phil Lamarr (Star Wars Rebels), Johann Urb (Arrow), Julie Dreyfus (The Crow: Stairway to Heaven), Michael Ontkean (Twin Peaks), Craig Horner (Legend of the Seeker), Ben Lamb (Divergent), Adrian Edmonson (Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi), Raviv Ullman (Phil of the Future), Dylan Everett (Supernatural), Felicity Dean (The Legend of King Arthur), Stephanie Romanov (Angel), Michael Des Barres (Charmed), Julie Gregg (Batman: The Movie), Elaine Giftos (The Six Million Dollar Man), Victoria Sanchez (Deus Ex: Mankind Divided), Lucy Montgomery (Disenchantment), Haji (Bigfoot), Kenya Moore (Homeboys in Outer Space), Ashley C. Williams (Selene Hollow), Irene Miracle (Puppetmaster), Peter Woodward (Crusade), Mark Hildreth (Resurrection), Edward Atterton (Children of Dune), Estelle Winwood (Batman), Yakov Smirnoff (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Barton Heyman (The Exorcist), John McLian (Sleeper), Marvin Kaplan (Top Cat), Ian Duncan (She), William Gregory (Dark Angel), Jerry Maren (The Wizard of Oz), William Allen Young (District 9), Remy Ryan (RoboCop 3), Carlos Saldanha (Rio), Jennifer Alden (Surrogates), Ricardo Medina Jr. (Power Rangers Wild Force), Gary Carlos Cervantes (The Astronaut’s Wife), Terence Baylor (Time Bandits), Mary Lou Retton (Scrooged), Dale Robinette (Donnie Darko), Michael Shannon (Dark Shadows), Shunji Iwai (Vampire), John Hudson (The Screaming Skull), Tonya Crowe (Dark Night of the Scarecrow), Ekaterina Klimova (We Are from the Future), Edward Bosco (Death Kappa), William Hudson (Attack of the 50 Foot Woman), Warren Zevon (Werewolves of London), E.T.A. Hoffmann (The Nutcracker and the Mouse King), C.L. Moore (The Twonky)…

#OTD (23 January) in geeky history in 1985: ThunderCats series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (23 January) in geeky history: Tiffani Theissen (Jake and the Never Land Pirates), Mariska Hargitay (Tales from Earthsea), Lindsey Kraft (Dating Rules from My Future Self), Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner), Richard Dean Anderson (Stargate SG-1), Julia Jones (Westworld), Gail O’Grady (Lycan), Jack Raynor (Macbeth), David Patrick Kelly (Twin Peaks), Ewen Bremner (Wonder Woman), Doutzen Kroes (Wonder Woman), Richard Roxburgh (Van Helsing), Gil Gerard (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), April Pearson (Dark Beacon), Randolph Scott (She), Claire Rankin (Halcyon), Mekenna Melvin (Chuck), Ariadna Gil (Pan’s Labyrinth), Arlene Golonka (Speed Buggy), Peter Koch (Sliders), Frances Bay (The X-Files), Dan Duryea (The Bamboo Saucer), Jeanne Moreau (Hu-Man), Sonita Henry (Krypton), Kyle Newacheck (Ghosted), Lou Antonio (Star Trek: The Original Series), Shin’ichi Chiba (Uchû keiji Gyaban), Boris McGiver (Person of Interest), Bob Steele (The Atomic Submarine), Richard Gilliland (Dark Skies), Ernie Kovacs (Bell Book and Candle), Carmine Caridi (Tabitha), Patrick Kerr (3rd Rock from the Sun), Emily Banks (Star Trek: The Original Series), Rebekah Elmaloglou (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome), Ralph Graves (Batman and Robin), Tito Ortiz (The Crow: Wicked Prayer), Chita Rivera (The Outer Limits), Lanei Chapman (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Chachi Gonzalez (Freakish), David Arnold (Good Omens), Adam Kane (American Gods), Franklin Pangborn (Topper Takes a Trip), Florence Halop (Captain Nice), Richard Evans (Star Trek: The Original Series), Susan French (Somewhere in Time), Brian Croucher (Blake’s 7), Alix Elias (The Shadow), William Desmond (The Phantom of the Air), Larri Thomas (Earth Girls Are Easy), Shaheen Jafargholi (Torchwood), Janet Shaw (The Mummy’s Tomb), Masasa Moyo (Team America: World Police), Audi Resendez (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull), Jessica Storm (Elimination: A Star Wars Story), Patrick Levis (So Weird), Angelica Lee (The Eye), David L. Marston (The Walking Dead), Fumiyo Kohinata (Fullmetal Alchemist), David Newell (The Phantom Planet), Chengyuan Li (Xuan Yuan Sword – Rift of the Sky), David Rowden (Men in Black), Ihsan Yüce (Sinderella külkedisi), Walter M. Miller Jr. (A Canticle for Leibowitz)…

#OTD (22 January) in geeky history in 2000: Cleopatra 2525 series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (22 January) in geeky history: Linda Blair (The Exorcist), Diane Lane (Man of Steel), Gabriel Macht (The Spirit), John Hurt (Nineteen Eighty-Four), Olivia D’Abo (Conan the Destroyer), Jennifer Spence (Travelers), Sami Gayle (Vampire Academy), Piper Laurie (Carrie), Jim Jarmusch (The Dead Don’t Die), Christopher Masterson (Haven), Balthazar Getty (Feast), Raquel Cassidy (Doctor Who), Beverley Mitchell (The Crow: City of Angels), Bill Bixby (The Incredible Hulk), John Wesley Shipp (The Flash), Min-sik Choi (Lucy), Angela Winkler (Suspiria), August Wittgenstein (Hidden: Förstfödd), Justin Hurwitz (The Simpsons), Ann Sothern (The Manitou), Jon Cedar (The Manitou), James Murray (Defiance), Katie Finnernan (Wonderfalls), Dan Finerty (The Princess and the Pea), Damian Walshe-Howling (Terra Nova), Blanca Blanco (Star Trek Equinox: The Night of Time), Michael Christofer (The Witches of Eastwick), Diana Douglas (Beauty and the Beast), Tommy Knight (The Sarah Jane Adventures), Brad Hoss (Hyenas), Seymour Cassel (Batman), Brian McCardie (Outlander), Willa Ford (Friday the 13th), D.W. Griffith (The Sorrows of Satan), Conrad Veidt (The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari), Qing Xu (Looper), Michael Kpsa (Fantastic Four), Tyrone Power Jr. (Cocoon), Christina Leardini (Dream Trap), Nyree Dawn Porter (The House That Dripped Blood), Yousef Erakat (Boo! A Madea Halloween), Robert Mailhouse (The Tick), Matthew Newton (Queen of the Damned), Michael St. Gerard (Replikator), Pamela Salem (Doctor Who), Anne Gaybis (Wham Bam Thank You Spaceman), Steve Vinovich (The Santa Clause), Nick Palatas (Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins), Romi Pak (Attack on Titan), Scott Lyster (Arrow), Clark Howat (The Giant Claw), Adam Tuominem (Power Rangers Ninja Storm), James V. Hart (Contact), Robert E. Howard (Conan the Conqueror)

#OTD (21 January) in geeky history in 1978: William Shatner sings Rocket Man

Born #OTD (21 January) in geeky history: John DeSantis (Thir13en Ghosts), Geena Davis (Beetlejuice), Izabella Miko (Clash of the Titans), Robby Benson (Beauty and the Beast), Michael Wincott (Westworld), Matthew Willig (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Luke Grimes (True Blood), Craig Roberts (Tolkien), Charlotte Ross (Arrow), Booboo Stewart (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), Ken Leung (Lost), Telly Savalas (Horror Express), Karina Lombard (The 4400), Nick Gehlfuss (Constantine), Svetlana Khodchenkova (The Wolverine), Martin Shaw (Apparitions), Jerry Trainor (Evolution), Jeremy Shada (Batman: The Brave and the Bold), Jackson Brundage (Harvey Beaks), Steve Reeves (Hercules), Benny Hill (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Lars Eidinger (Dumbo), Jacob Smith (Hansel & Gretel), Maryse Mizanin (Isle of the Dead), Ann Wedgeworth (My Science Project), Trey Wilson (Vampire Hookers), John Early (Human Kind Of), Sherman Williams (Automatic), Emma Bunton (The Lion Guard), John Doucette (Get Smart), Paul Scofield (Mr. Corbett’s Ghost), Chenelle Peloso (Level Up), Jill Eikenberry (Batman Beyond), Mac Davis (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Wolfman Jack (Wonder Woman), John Ducey (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Audrey Dalton (The Monster that Challenged the World), Vincent Laresca (Devil), J. Carrol Naish (Dracula vs. Frankenstein), Charles Aidman (Innerspace), Victoria Carroll (The Incredible Hulk), Tipper Newton (Adventure Time), Greg Pitts (Slacker Cats), Zach Helm (Stranger Than Fiction), Alan Hewitt (My Favorite Martian), John Savident (A Clockwork Orange), Gorô Miyazaki (Tales from Earthsea), Jeffrey Ballard (Forever 16), Jennifer Rae Daykin (Nanny McPhee), Brittany Tiplady (Millenium), Charles Walker (Splash), Cat Power (Major Lazer), Tom Irish (Angels in the Outfield), Leslie Hoffman (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Paul Anthony (Blade: Trinity), Jeff Franklin (Stuart Little), Dean Fredericks (The Phantom Planet), Gregory Paul Martin (Sliders), Doug Lennox (X-Men), Amanda Aday (Carnivàle), Freya Stafford (Predestination), Bella Samman (The Originals), Charles Eric Maine (The Mind of Mr. Soames), Judith Merril (Shadow on the Hearth), Egon Friedell (The Return of the Time Machine)…

Born #OTD (20 January) in geeky history in 2009: Stingray Sam premieres at the Sundance Film Festival

Born #OTD (20 January) in geeky history: Tom Baker (Doctor Who), Rainn Wilson (Star Trek: Discovery), Evan Peters (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Omar Sy (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Stacey Dash (Duck Dodgers), Lorenzo Lamas (Phineas and Ferb), Crystal Lowe (Primeval: New World), Kerri Kenney (A Series of Unfortunate Events),  David Lynch (Twin Peaks), Skeet Ulrich (Miracles), Olivia Hallinan (Julia Jekyll and Harriett Hyde), Reno Wilson (Transformers), Patricia Neal (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Branka Katic (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Federico Fellini (Spirits of the Dead), DeForest Kelly (Star Trek: The Original Series), Rukiya Bernard (Colossal), James Denton (All-Star Superman), Sophie Thompson (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow: Part I), Ingeborga Dapkunaite (Shadow of the Vampire), Daniel Cudmore (X-Men 2), Huntley Ritter (Wishcraft), Ciara Hanna (Power Rangers Megaforce), Pete Ploszek (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Ray Panthaki (28 Days Later…), George Burns (Oh, God), Rachel Longaker (Oh, God!), Margaret Avery (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Dorothy Provine (The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock), Bill Maher (True Blood), Arte Johnson (Love at First Bite), Chris Miller (Shrek), Erin Wasson (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), Sabrina Gennarino (The Walking Dead), Dave Fennoy (The Walking Dead), Daniel Benzali (The X-Files), Paul Stanley (Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery), Buzz Aldrin (Transformers: Dark of the Moon), Leon Ames (On A Clear Day You Can See Forever), Peter Donat (The X-Files), Francesca Buller (Farscape), Wyatt Knight (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Deborah Kellner (Mighty Joe Young), Colin Clive (Frankenstein), Norma Varden (Doctor Dolittle), Finlay Currie (Alice in Wonderland), Colleen Zenk (Annie), Ken Page (The Nightmare Before Christmas), Ahmir-Khalib (Questlove) Thompson (Yo Gabba Gabba!), Carl Reindell (The Andromeda Strain), Melissa Rivers (Dave the Barbarian), Chuck Hayward (Night of the Lepus), William Wellman Jr. (Star Trek: Of Gods and Monsters), Ivy Levan (The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again), Keith Knight (Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends), Kylee Nash (Super Shark), Graham Stark (Superman III), Lisa Vultaggio (Highlander), Roscoe Ates (Inner Sanctum), Amanda Ward (Jedi Camp), Penelope Sudrow (A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors), Zoe Myers (Dance of the Dead), Joe Swash (The Adventures of Pinocchio), Tudor Owen (One Hundred and One Dalmations), Marina Inoue (Attack on Titan), Jack Grinnage (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Jack Emrek (Men Into Space), Marylouise Burke (Meet Joe Black), Alex Nicol (The Screaming Skull), Liza Goddard (Doctor Who), Blue Deckert (Michael), Charlene Geisler (Counterpart), A. Merritt (Burn Witch Burn), R.A. Salvatore (The Demon Awakens)…

#OTD (19 January) in geeky history: (fictional) 1981 – Buffy “the Vampire Slayer” Summers born; 1990 – Tremors opens; 2005 – Point Pleasant series debut; 2009 – The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!! debuts

Born #OTD (19 January) in geeky history: Katey Sagal (Futurama), Drea de Matteo (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief), Jodie Sweetin (Mother Goose Stories), Damien Chazelle (10 Cloverfield Lane), Elizabeth Tulloch (Grimm), Marsha Thomason (Lost), Dolly Parton (Gnomeo & Juliet), Luke Macfarlane (Killjoys), Rachel Luttrell (Stargate: Atlantis), Rob Delaney (Deadpool 2), Tippi Hedren (The Birds), Natassia Malthe (Elektra), Lisa Lu (2012), Shelley Fabares (Superman), Drew Powell (Gotham), Erin Sanders (Sketchy), Taliesin Jaffe (Explorers), Wendy Moniz-Grillo (Daredevil), Paul McCrane (Robocop), Benjamin Ayres (Bitten), Desi Arnaz Jr. (Automan), Nicholas Colasanto (My Favorite Martian), Mickey Sumner (Snowpiercer), Linda Hayden (Taste the Blood of Dracula), jean Stapleton (Michael), Michael Crawford (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland), Roger Ashton-Griffiths (Brazil), Bryan Pringle (Brazil), William Lagsdale (Fright Night), Fritz Weaver (Demon Seed), Denise Boutte (Young Justice), Larry Clark (Teenage Caveman), Stephen Jasso (Teenage Caveman), Nash Edgerton (American Ultra), Waleed Zuaiter (Altered Carbon), Oliver Maltman (Maleficent), Guy Madison (The Beast of Hollow Mountain), Paul Rodriguez (Beverly Hills Chihuahua), Veanne Cox (The Sasquatch Gang), Mac Miller (Scary Movie 5), Alex Sparrow (The Sea Ghost), Raynor Scheine (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective), Richard Lester (Superman II), Michelle Page (American Horror Story), Reiner Schöne (Mortal Kombat: Annihilation), Matt Hill (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III), Shaun Brown (Future Man), Nadiuska (Conan the Barbarian), Anthony Eisley (The Wasp Woman), Tony Anholt (Space: 1999), John Richardson (One Million Years B.C.), Johnny Haymer (The Transformers), Trever O’Brien (On Time), Vin Zhang (Three Lives Three Worlds, Ten Miles of Peach Blossom), Ken Hughes (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Mike Reid (Doctor Who), Tracy Stratford (The Twilight Zone), Gus Lewis (Batman Begins), Eleanor Mondale (Drop Dead Fred), Patsy Rowlands (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland), Audrey Lamy (Beauty and the Beast), Edith Barrett (I Walked with a Zombie), Edgar Allan Poe (The Raven)

#OTD (18 January) in geeky history in 1974: The Six Million Dollar Man series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (18 January) in geeky history: Danny Kaye (Wonder Man), Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy), Kevin Costner (Waterworld), Joanna Newsom (The Sky Crawlers), Mark Rylance (The BFG), Jason Segel (The Muppets), Cary Grant (Monkey Business), Antje Traue (Man of Steel), Oliver Hardy (The Wizard of Oz), Paul Freeman (Raiders of the Lost Ark), David Ayer (Suicide Squad), Britt McKillip (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic), Jane Horrocks (Corpse Bride), M.C. Gainey (Tangled), Jesse L. Martin (The Flash), Karan Brar (Sofia the First), Becca Tobin (Drop Dead Diva), Devin Kelley (Frequency), Takeshi Kitano (Ghost in the Shell), Zane Holtz (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Sam Strike (Timeless), Sarah Gilman (Daphne & Velma), Ingvild Deila (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), John Boorman (Zardoz), Derek Richardson (American Horror Story), Jay Chou (The Green Hornet), Jeff Yagher (V), Yu-mi Jung (Train to Busan), Samantha Mumba (The Time Machine), Devon Odessa (Sleepwalkers), Dick Durock (Swamp Thing), Nicolas Pesce (Grudge), Estelle (Steven Universe), Mark Collie (The Kid with X-Ray Eyes), Jonathan Davis (Queen of the Damned), Dru Mouser (Medium), Lilian Bond (The Maze), Orville Sherman (Westworld), Daren Donofrio (Iron Fist), Peter Hobbs (The Andromeda Strain), Tim Barlow (Automata), Chick Chandler (Mister Ed), Robert Carricart (The Time Tunnel), Christopher Gordon (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Hirofumi Arai (Psychic Kusuo), Kelly Taylor (Curse of the Forty-Niner), Constance Moore (Buck Rogers), A.A. Milne (Winnie-the-Pooh), Robert Anton Wilson (The Eye in the Pyramid), Pamela Dean (The Green Cat)…

#OTD (17 January) in geeky history in 1992: Freejack opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (17 January) in geeky history: Kelly Marie Tran (Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi), Betty White (ALF Loves a Mystery), Jim Carrey (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Zooey Deschanel (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), James Earl Jones (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Hale Appleman (The Magicians), Leigh Whannell (Insidious), Scott Mechlowicz (Demonic), Eartha Kitt (Batman), Denis O’Hare (American Horror Story), Joshua Melina (American Horror Story), Freddy Rodríguez (Planet Terror), Naveen Andrews (Lost), Jonathan Keltz (ReGenesis), Andy Kaufman (Heartbeeps), David Blue (Henry Danger), Susanna Hoffs (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Steve Harvey (Racing Stripes), Diogo Morgado (The Messengers), Kang-ho Song (Snowpiercer), Sheree North (Destination Inner Space), Brian Helgeland (The Postman), Linda Cash (The Mysticons), Sofia Shinas (The Crow), D.J. Caruso (I Am Number Four), Joanna David (Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader), Jake Paul (Ninjago: 2 Much Lloyd), Jeff Chase (Star Trek Into Darkness), Max Adler (The Flash), Kevin Reynolds (Waterworld), Mimi Davila (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Chris William Martin (The Vampire Diaries), Nancy Parsons (Wishman), Patricia Owens (The Fly), Genndy Tartakovsky (Dexter’s Laboratory), Chloe Lattanzi (Dead 7), Todd Sussman (The Superagent), Kid Rock (Osmosis Jones), Mitch Vogel (Wonder Woman), Randy Boone (The Twilight Zone), Javier Gutiérrez (Assassin’s Creed), James Waterston (666 Park Avenue), Michelle Obama (Sesame Street), Nate Hartley (ImagiGary), Yûki Kudô (Blood: The Last Vampire), Benno Fürmann (Speed Racer), Kheng Hua Tan (The Offering), Grant Withers (The Vampire’s Ghost), Ray J (Mars Attacks!), Anne Stedman (Electra Woman and Dyna Girl), Chris Casamassa (Mortal Kombat), Shari Lewis (Star Trek: The Original Series), Berkeley Harris (The Groove Tube), Moira Shearer (The Tales of Hoffman), Jonathan Linsley (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest), Herbert Ellis (Bewitched), Laura Surrich (The Cure), Lenny Baker (Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood), Tom Lowell (Escape from the Planet of the Apes), Paul Stevens (Battle for the Planet of the Apes), Geoffrey Deuel (Planet of the Apes), Deran Serafian (Alien Predator), Howard Marion-Crawford (The Castle of Fu Manchu), Ann Wolfe (Wonder Woman), Melissa Bardin Galsky (Lucy: The Daughter of the Devil), Nevil Shute (On the Beach), John Bellairs (The House with a Clock in Its Walls), Paul O. Williams (The Breaking of Northwall)…

#OTD (16 January) in geeky history in 1995: Star Trek: Voyager debuts (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (16 January) in geeky history: John Carpenter (The Thing), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Mary Poppins Returns), Caroline Munro (The Golden Voyage of Sinbad), Aaliyah (Queen of the Damned), Marwan Kenzari (What Happened to Monday), Debbie Allen (Raven’s Home), Birgitte Hjort Sørensen (Automata), Richard T. Jones (Event Horizon), Josie Davis (Wizardream), Yvonne Zima (Iron Man 3), Jake Epstein (The Zack Files), Tsianina Joelson (Xena: Warrior Princess), Gillian White (Xena: Warrior Princess), Mason Gamble (Gattaca), Heather Elizabeth Parkhurst (Perversions of Science), David Chokachi (The Jersey Devil), Mark Steger (I Am Legend), Ethel Merman (Journey Back to Oz), Kabir Bedi (The Monkey King), Eva Habermann (Lexx), Harry Carey (The Primitive Man), Eriko Tamura (Heroes), James May (Phineas and Ferb), Roger Mobley (Jack the Giant Killer), Shaun Benson (Channel Zero), Dameon Clarke (Dragon Ball Z), Carrie Keranen (Pokémon), Frederick Coffin (The X-Files), Jennifer Dale (X-Men), Michael Pataki (Star Trek: The Original Series), Jonathan Mangum (WRZ: White Racist Zombies), Jason Friedberg (Vampires Suck) Liz Larsen (Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde), Elliott Reid (The Absent Minded Professor), Travis Caldwell (The Gates), Peter Brocco (Star Trek: The Original Series), Alexander Knox (Holocaust 2000), Atticus Ross (Watchmen), Anders Hove (Subspecies), John Hamilton (Adventures of Superman), Annika Peterson (The Man from Earth), Mark Kiely (Bruce Almighty), Michael Attwell (Dinotopia), Weiguang Gao (Three Lives Three Worlds, Ten Miles of Peach Blossom), Roy Jones Jr. (The Matrix Reloaded), Glen Morgan (The X-Files), Kathy Evison (SeaQuest 2032), David Knight (One Step Beyond), Jim Stafford (Bloodsuckers from Outer Space), Nicholas King (Fantastic Four), Karl Freund (Dracula), Marianne Stewart (Back from the Dead), Joey Simmrin (Clockstoppers), Jeremy Gladen (Interstellar), Shanae Tomasevich (Arrow), Claire Gordon (Konga), Irene Vernon (Bewitched), Garth Ennis (Constantine), Graham Masterton (The Manitou), Karen McQuestion (Edgewood)…

#OTD (15 January) in geeky history in 2003: Rats opens (at IMDb

Born #OTD (15 January) in geeky history: Mario Van Peebles (Solo), Regina King (Watchmen), Dove Cameron (Descendants), Lloyd Bridges (Battlestar Galactica), Jessy Schram (Once Upon a Time), Eddie Cahill (Under the Dome), Jamie Clayton (Sense8), Ryan Corr (Cleverman), Andrea Martin (Kim Possible), Joanne Linville (Star Trek: The Original Series), Maria Schell (Superman), Chad Lowe (Supergirl), James Nesbitt (Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Kellita Smith (Z Nation), Ernie Reyes Jr. (Red Sonja), Margaret O’Brien (The Canterville Ghost), Phyllis Coates (Adventures of Superman), Todd Karns (It’s a Wonderful Life), Michael Seater (ReGenesis), Tom Nolan (Batman Begins), Victor Rasuk (Godzilla), Cynthia Kaye McWilliams (Marvel Heroes), Dorian Missick (Luke Cage), Karen Carlson (Teen Vamp), Meredith Bishop (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Trent Ford (The Vampire Diaries), Breanne Racano Ferrara (Crops), Torin Thatcher (Star Trek: The Original Series), Frank Thornton (The Bed Sitting Room), Marjorie Bennett (Mary Poppins), Dean Smith (The Six Million Dollar Man), Martin Speer (The Six Million Dollar Man), Kirin Kiki (Ghost), Aubree Miller (The Ewok Adventure), Chris Warren (Nightmare Cinema), Jonas Pate (G vs E), Aonika Laurent (Fantastic Four), Eddie Hall (Devilish Deeds), Zachary Bostrom (Harry and the Hendersons), Joe Dorsey (WarGames), Erick Lopez (Zombies Monsters Robots), Ernest Thesiger (Bride of Frankenstein), Barbara Tarbuck (American Horror Story), Rosanne Sorrentino (Annie), Ted Markland (The Incredible Hulk), Kelly Asbury (Shrek 2), Margherita Buy (Pinocchio), Belinda Chapple (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Kavi Ladnier (Heroes), William Mims (The Day Mars Invaded Earth), Mayumi Tanaka (Dragon Ball Z), Jeremy Hoop (Firestarter 2: Rekindled), Adam Jones (Jurassic Park), Molly Orr (Crayola Kids Adventures: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Eric Jacobsen (The Muppets), Jason Culp (The Greatest American Hero), Gino Montesinos (Universal Remote), Thaddaeus Scheel (Little Bigfoot), Radoslav Parvanov (Game of Thrones), Shane McMahon (Rollerball), Edwin Sherin (Medium), Charleene Closshey (Robodoc)…

#OTD (14 January) in geeky history in 1976: The Bionic Woman series debut (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (14 January) in geeky history: Jason Bateman (Zootopia), Grant Gustin (The Flash), Kevin Durand (I Am Number Four), Faye Dunaway (Anonymous Rex), Kerri Green (The Goonies), Mark Addy (Game of Thrones), Holland Taylor (The Orville), Steven Soderbergh (Solaris), Emily Watson (Monster Family), Jeanine Mason (Roswell, New Mexico), Jordan Ladd (Embrace of the Vampire), Carl Weathers (Predator), Juan Pablo Raba (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Zach Gilford (The Purge: Anarchy), Kacey Clarke (Resident Evil: Afterlife), Trieste Kelly Dunn (Believe), LL Cool J (Deep Blue Sea), Jemma Redgrave (Doctor Who), Vernee Watson (Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels), Dan Schneider (Henry Danger), Georgina Cates (Ghosts), Lawrence Kasdan (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Christine Belford (Christine), Guy Williams (Lost in Space), Blake Ritson (Krypton), Emayatzy Corinealdi (Demons), Richard Briers (Watership Down), Angela Lindvall (Life Blood), Tom Rosenthal (Thunderbirds Are Go), Sage Brocklebank (Alien Trespass), Marjoe Gortner (Starcrash), Vonetta McGee (Blacula), Dave Grohl (Ghost Ghirls), Suzanne Danielle (Doctor Who), John Castle (RoboCop 3), William Bendix (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court), Nancy Linari (Spider-Man), Carole Cook (Knight Rider), Pitbull (Epic), Ward Horton (Annabelle), Steven Grayhm (Between), Kathleen Chafant (The Strain), Rodolfo Sancho (The Ministry of Time), Tom Tryon (I Married a Monster from Outer Space), Hal Roach (One Million B.C.), Joey Luthman (Ghost Whisperer), Michael Bunin (Charmed), Joe Seneca (The Blob), Warren Mitchell (The Trollenberg Terror), Peter Barkworth (Doctor Who), Adjoa Andoh (Doctor Who), Jolie Vanier (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Gertrude Flynn (The Twilight Zone), Katie Griffin (Sailor Moon), Stuart Baird (Superman), Frank Aletter (It’s About Time), Alexander Flores (The Maze Runner), Linda Lawson (Night Tide), Barry Jenner (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Jack Jones (Over the Garden Wall), Gita Reddy (Iron Fist), Enid Kent (Time Express), Saskia Wickham (Demons), Julia Murney (Dreamfall: The Longest Journey), Wilfrid Lawson (Alice in Wonderland), Eric Peter-Kaiser (Evilution), Winie Hung (Legends of Tomorrow), Cecil Beaton (On a Clear Day You Can See Forever), Vladimir Yaglych (We Are from the Future), Ryan Quincy (South Park), Patricia DeCou (The Blair Witch Project), Hugh Lofting (The Story of Doctor Dolittle), Kenneth Bulmer (Transit to Scorpio), Thomas Tryon (The Other), Joseph Green (Conscience Interplanetary), Arthur Byron Cover (An East Wind Coming)…

#OTD (13 January) in geeky history in 1980: Doctor Franken debuts (at IMDb

Born #OTD (13 January) in geeky history: Paul Birch (The Beast with 1,000,000 Eyes), Ruth Wilson (His Dark Materials), Liam Hemsworth (The Hunger Games), Michael Peña (Ant-Man), Penelope Ann Miller (The Shadow), Orlando Bloom (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Jill Wagner (Teen Wolf), Patrick Dempsey (Enchanted), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Troll), Kevin Anderson (Charlotte’s Web), Ross McCall (The Return of the Borrowers), Julian Morris (Once Upon a Time), Nicole Eggert (Phantom Racer), Keith Coogan (The Fox and the Hound), Richard Moll (Batman: The Animated Series), Suzanne Cryer (10 Cloverfield Lane), Beau Mirchoff (I Am Number Four), John Asher (Weird Science), Robert Stack (The Transformers: The Movie), Eros Vlahos (Game of Thrones), Charles Nelson Reilly (Lidsville), Frances Sternhagen (Outland), Carol Cleveland (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Billy Gray (The Day the Earth Stood Still), Bill Bailey (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), Pawel Szadja (Beauty and the Beast), William Ash (Doctor Who), William B. Davies (The X-Files), Janet Hubert (Tales from the Crypt), Trace Adkins (American Dad!), Traci Bingham (Black Scorpion), Will McCormack (A Wrinkle in Time), Lili Sepe (It Follows), Jon Cypher (Masters of the Universe), Allison Siko (CryBaby Lane), Rip Taylor (Sigmund and the Sea Monsters), Gwen Verdon (Cocoon), Gregory Wolcott (Plan Nine from Outer Space), Annie Jones (Worst Year of My Life, Again!), Malcolm Story (The Princess Bride), Joan Lee (X-Men: Apocalypse), Brandon P. Bell (Ascension), Ian Hendry (Journey to the Far Side of the Sun), Ned Eisenberg (Limitless), Charlie Brill (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Brad Williams (Little Evil), Jeff Morrow (This Island Earth), Paul Birch (Queen of Outer Space), Denise Burse (Black Mirror), Hanne Jacobsen (Alletiders nisse), Conor O’Farrell (Stir of Echoes), David Sheiner (The Six Million Dollar Man), Silvana Gallardo (Monsters), John McNaughton (The Borrower), Rosemary Murphy (Mighty Aphrodite), Brad Hawkins (V.R. Troopers), Michael Worth (Rise Of the Dinosaurs), Osa Massen (Rocketship X-M), Jack Watling (Doctor Who), Rayna Tharani (Journeyman), Parker Croft (Once Upon a Time), Jane Wald (Batman), Jack Mercer (Popeye), Michael Guido (Early Edition), Dwight H. Little (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Kim Manners (The X-Files), Courtney Gonzalez (Jessica Jones), Trevor Rabin (Deep Blue Sea), Mike Edmonds (Time Bandits), Leonora Ruffo (Vengeance of Hercules), Max Van Ville (Halloween), Paul Greenberg (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius), Jason Stuart (SeaQuest 2032), James Carroll Jordan (The 10th Kingdom), Gavin Mitchell (The Dunwich Horror), Linda Burzynski (My Dead Selfie), Kris Thykier (Kick-Ass), Marlene Willis (Attack of the Puppet People), Cameron McKendry (An Accidental Zombie (Named Ted)), Chris Wiggins (Friday the 13th: The Series), Link Baker (Timeless), Floyd Anthony Johns Jr. (Avengers: Infinity War), Michael Bond (Paddington), Clark Ashton Smith (Lost Worlds), Ron Goulart (After Things Fell Apart)…

#OTD (12 January) in geeky history in 1933: Island of Lost souls opens in New York City (at IMDb); 1966 – Batman TV series debut

Born #OTD (12 January) in geeky history: Rob Zombie (House of 1000 Corpses), Rachael Harris (Lucifer), Kirstie Alley (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Anthony Andrews (Nightmare Classics), Cynthia Addai-Robinson (Arrow), Oliver Platt (Doctor Dolittle), Alexandra Wentworth (Call Me Claus), Simon Russell Beale (Into the Woods), Olivier Martinez (Mars), Naya Rivera (The Master of Disguise), Shirley Eaton (Around the World Under the Sea), Andrew Lawrence (Dead Rising 3), Nathan Gamble (The Mist), Ralf Moeller (Cyborg), John Lasseter (Toy Story), Danielle Judovits ( Jakob Oftebro (The Giant Pear), Issa Rae (BoJack Horseman), Jessie Graff (Wonder Woman), Patsy Kelly (Rosemary’s Baby), Farrah Forke (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Will Rothhaar (Grimm), Vanessa Johansson (Battle for Terra), Dorothy Green (The Six Million Dollar Man), Wanda Cannon (The 6th Day), Ray Teal (I Dream of Jeannie), Vendela Kirsebom Thomessen (Batman & Robin), Sara Fletcher (House of Darkness), Jason Sklar (Mighty Med), Chris Gartin (True Blood), Jeff Bezos (Star Trek: Beyond), Petra Silander (2047: Virtual Revolution), Christiane Amonpour (Iron Man 2), Pixie Lott (Genie in the House), Zachary Ansley (The X-Files), Chasen Hampton (The X-Files), Melanie C (Jesus Christ Superstar: Live Arena Tour), Randy Sklar (Agent Carter), Sarah Utterback (Ghost Whisperer), Ron Harper (Land of the Lost), Bob Dishy (Damn Yankees!), Aaron Seltzer (Vampires Suck), Johnny Martin (Delirium), Seo-hyun Ahn (Okja), Dean Scofield (Metal Gear Solid), Sean Blowers (Game of Thrones), House Peters Jr. (The Twilight Zone), Roger Ewing (Bewitched), David Mitchell (Cloud Atlas), Joe Frazier (Ghost Fever), Michael Aspel (Doomwatch), Tiler Peck (Donnie Darko), Rockne S. O’Bannon (Farscape), Sara Berner (Little Red Riding Hood), Inger Stratton (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.), K. Harrison Sweeney (Evil Bong 420), Sierra Heuermann (Ouija), Lewis Fiander (Doctor Who), Jo Helton (The Twilight Zone), Bruce Lansbury (Wonder Woman), Ruth Storey (One Step Beyond), Arun Govil (Ramayan), Charles Perrault (Puss in Boots), Jack London (Before Adam), Geoffrey Hoyle (Seven Steps to the Sun), C.S. Friedman (Black Sun Rising)…

#OTD (11 January) in geeky history in 1991: Warlock opens in the USA (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (11 January) in geeky history: Rod Taylor (The Time Machine), Amanda Peet (The X-Files: I Want to Believe), Devin Ratray (R.I.P.D.), Marc Blucas (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Phyllis Logan (Invasion: Earth), Jason Connery (The Devil’s Tomb), Kyle Richards (Halloween), Aja Naomi King (BoJack Horseman), Dawn Lyn (Wonder Woman), Fatima Sana Shaikh (The Zee Horror Show), Rockmund Dunbar (Alien Raiders), Tom Ward (The Frankenstein Chronicles), Derek Riddell (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelward), Konstantin Khabenskiy (Night Watch), Mitchell Ryan (Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers), Felix Silla (The Addams Family), Malcolm D. Lee (Undercover Brother), Lionel Stander (The Transformers: The Movie), Melanie Hill (Stardust), Nick Cravat (The Island of Dr. Moreau), Olivia Barrash (Repo Man), Paige Tamada (The Santa Clause), John Sessions (Doctor Who), Wright King (The Twilight Zone), Angela Paton (Groundhog Day), Mort Mills (Rocky Jones, Space Ranger), Darren Lynn Bousman (Repo! The Genetic Opera), Kim Coles (Hell on Earth), Ilza Ponko (The Darkness), George Zucco (The Mad Monster), Don “Red Barry (The Bionic Woman), Veda Ann Borg (Adventures of Superman), Murray Alper (Adventures of Superman), Claire Julien (The Dark Knight Rises), Teo Briones (The Whispers), Holly Brisley (Scooby-Doo), Christian Distefano (PAW Patrol), Clarence Clemons (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Melvyn Hayes (The Curse of Frankenstein), Sharon Brown (Legend), Peter Grosz (Stranger Than Fiction), Christian Jacobs (Yo Gabba Gabba!), Stan Ivar (Creature), Thomas Blake Jr. (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2), Joel Zwick (Dog with a Blog), Peter Baldwin (Sabrina the Teenage Witch), Leah Waggner (The Twilight Zone), Eva Le Gallienne (Resurrection), Shelley Sweeney (Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla), Diana Gabaldon (Outlander), Mary Rodgers (Freaky Friday), Jerome Bixby (It’s a Good Life), Jasper Fforde (The Eyre Affair)…

#OTD (10 January) in geeky history in 1927: Metropolis opens

Born #OTD (10 January) in geeky history: Sarah Shahi (Reverie), Jemaine Clement (What We Do in the Shadows), Emily Meade (The Leftovers), Josh Ryan Evans (How the Grinch Stole Christmas), Trini Alvarado (The Frighteners), William Sanderson (Blade Runner), Cash Warren (Fantastic Four), Evan Handler (Joan of Arcadia), Ray Bolger (The Wizard of Oz), Walter Hill (Tales from the Crypt), Rebecca Dalton (Good Witch), Sal Mineo (Escape from the Planet of the Apes), Paul Heinreid (Exorcist II: The Heretic), Janet Jones (Annie), Devon Ogden (Big Bad Bugs), Alex Meraz (The Twilight Saga: New Moon), Fran Walsh (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Bernard Lee (Moonraker), Antonio Cupo (La Llorona), Lee Phillips (The Ghost & Mrs. Muir), Francis X. Bushman (The Phantom Planet), Tony Gardner (My Parents Are Aliens), Lauren McCrostie (Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children), Bart the Bear (Twelve Monkeys), Caroline Langrishe (A Christmas Carol), Anton Rodgers (The Prisoner), Maggie Mancuso (Mars Attacks!), Elaine Devry (The Atomic Kid), Amzie Strickland (The Twilight Zone), Kaitlyn Maher (The Search for Santa Paws), Emily Taafe (Rainbow Magic: Return to Rainspell Island), Ford Kiernan (Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased)), Kelly Marcel (Venom), Carmen Phillips (One Step Beyond), Gurinder Chadha (It’s a Wonderful Afterlife), Jeff Kaake (Space Rangers), George Foreman (The Six Million Dollar Man), Carrie Reichenbach (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight), Sherman Augustine (Virus), Teresa Graves (Old Dracula), Mark Venturini (The Return of the Living Dead), Taya Parker (Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies), Roy Edward Disney (The Black Cauldron), Pat Benatar (Charmed), Harry Harvey (Lost in Space), Butch Hartman (Danny Phantom), Beatrice Colen (Wonder Woman), Bonnie Hellman (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Julie Moran (Independence Day), Claire King (Awesomenauts), John Elvis (Under the Dome), Lally Cadeau (Videodrome), Janelle Pierzina (Bruce Almighty), Craig Rees (Angel), Ivar Brogger (Flashforward), Shelly Novack (Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Charles Trowbridge (Tarzan and the Huntress), James Lapine (Into the Woods), Jim Bailey (The Day It Came to Earth), Peggy Shannon (Night Life of the Gods), Ann Shoemaker (Gemini Man), Jay Russell (The Water Horse), C. Martin Croker (Space Ghost Coast to Coast), George Alec Effinger (What Entropy Means to Me)…

#OTD (9 January) in geeky history in 1996: 3rd Rock from the Sun series debut

Born #OTD (9 January) in geeky history: Nina Dobrev (The Vampire Diaries), J.K. Simmons (Spider-Man), Nicola Peltz (The Last Airbender), Joely Richardson (Event Horizon), Kerris Dorsey (Girl vs. Monster), Nicola Coughlan (Summer of the Flying Saucer), Joey Lauren Adams (Coneheads), Imelda Staunton (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix), Steve Lund (Haven), Lee Van Cleef (Escape from New York), Omari Hardwick (Kick-Ass), Julia Dietze (Iron Sky), David Johansen (Teen Titans), Susannah York (Superman), John Doman (Gotham), Bob Denver (Gilligan’s Planet), Angela Bettis (Carrie), Weronika Rosati (Supernatural), Bob Peterson (Up), Marco Sanchez (Star Trek: Into Darkness), Rhoda Griffis (Fear the Walking Dead), Kimberly Beck (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Patrick Sabongui (The Flash), Fernando Lamas (Tarzan), Ashley Argota (Lab Rats), Anita Louise (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), K Callan (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Conrad Goode (Lois & Clarke: The New Adventures of Superman), Lauryn Alisa McClain (Descendants: Wicked World), Crystal Gayle (The Country Mouse and the City Mouse: A Christmas Tale), Clive Dunn (Five Children and It), A.J. McLean (The Lion Guard), Candi Milo (My Life as a Teenage Robot), Ann Firbank (The 10th Kingdom), Joshua Harto (The Dark Knight), Joseph Culp (The Fantastic Four), Kathryn Walker (D.A.R.Y.L.), Scott Klace (Deja Vu), Susana Dosamantes (El Fantasma de mi Novia), David Ellison (Star Trek: Beyond), Paul Mantee (Robinson Crusoe on Mars), Tyrone Bogues (Space Jam), John Sparkes (Shaun the Sheep Movie), Jacob Melton (Stitchers), Nobuhiko Ôbayashi (The Discarnates), Greg Van Borssum (Mad Max: Fury Road), Vincent Grass (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian), Victor Fresco (Santa Clarita Diet), Pat Conway (The Deadly Mantis), George Loros (The Greatest American Hero), Pierre Jalbert (Earth Girls Are Easy), Bernard Gorcey (Spook Busters), Philip Tanzini (Night of the Demons), Karel Čapek (R.U.R.), Algis Budrys (Rogue Moon), Wilbur Smith (River God)…

#OTD (8 January) in geeky history in 1993: Leprechaun opens

Born #OTD (8 January) in geeky history: William Hartnell (Doctor Who), Rachel Nichols (The Amityville Horror), Gaby Hoffman (Field of Dreams), Freddie Stroma (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), Michelle Forbes (True Blood), Sam Riley (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Christopher Russell (Star Trek: Discovery), Sarah Polley (Dawn of the Dead), David Bowie (The Man Who Fell to Earth), Genevieve Padalecki (Flashforward), José Ferrer (Dune), Ron Moody (Unidentified Flying Oddball), Graham Chapman (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), John McTiernan (Predator), Yvette Mimieux (The Time Machine), May Winn (The Unknown Terror), Maria Pitillo (Godzilla), Roy Kinnear (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory), Jenny Lewis (Pleasantville), Stephen Hawking (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Josh Meyers (The Awesomes), Rhian Rees (Halloween), Ami Dolenz (Ticks), Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Harriet Sansom Harris (The One), Noah Cyrus (Ponyo), Larry Storch (The Ghost Busters), Damián Alcázar (2091), Scott Whyte (Star Wars: Battlefront), Ashraf Barhom (Clash of the Titans), Ron Pederson (Vampire Dog), Laurie Walters (Warlock Moon), Gypsy Rose Lee (Ali Baba Goes to Town), Ryan Francis (Hook), Bob Eubanks (Phineas and Ferb), Thomas G. Waites (The Thing), Robin Ellis (The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb), Kerwin Mathews (The 7th Voyage of Sinbad), Douglas Wilmer (Jason and the Argonauts), Renée Coleman (Quantum Leap), Joan Freeman (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), Matt Bushell (Twilight), Khylin Rhambo (Ender’s Game), Soupy Sales (Black Scorpion), Haruke Abe (Emerald City), Collin Dean (Krampus), Michael Graham Cox (Watership Down), Dorothy Adams (The Twilight Zone), Charlie Condou (Fred Claus), John LaMotta (ALF), Richard Benedict (Get Smart), Tracy Warbin (Balto), Gene Roth (Earth vs the Spider), Barry MacKay (A Christmas Carol), Rafe Judkins (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Eric Scott Woods (Jonah Hex), Lauren Hewett (Halfway Across the Galaxy and Turn Left), Zahara Jolie-Pitt (Kung Fu Panda 3), Madge Ryan (A Clockwork Orange), Justin Cowden (Ozzy & Drix), Matt Moore (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea), Pia Manalo (Barney & Friends), Sidney Ganis (Little Nicky), Boris Vallejo (The Fantastic Art of Boris Vallejo), Terry Brooks (The Sword of Shannara), Dennis Wheatley (The Devil Rides Out), Wilkie Collins (The Haunted Hotel), Nancy Bond (A String in the Harp), Amber Benson (Death’s Daughter)…

#OTD (7 January) in geeky history in 1934: the Flash Gordon comic strip debuts

Born #OTD (7 January) in geeky history: Lyndsy Fonseca (Agent Carter), Vincent Gardenia (Little Shop of Horrors), Nicolas Cage (Ghost Rider), Liam Aiken (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Haley Bennett (The Haunting of Molly Hartley), Lauren Cohen (The Walking Dead), Jeremy Renner (The Avengers), Robert Sheehan (Mortal Engines), Linda Kozlowski (Village of the Damned), Erin Gray (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century), Robert Ri’Chard (The Vampire Diaries), Brett Dalton (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Ruth Negga (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Terry Moore (Mighty Joe Young), Irrfan Khan (Jurassic World), Kevin Rahm (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Max Riemelt (Sense8), Kierston Wareing (World of Warcraft), Doug E. Doug (Eight Legged Freaks), Sammo Kam-Bo Hung (The Wizard Hunter: The Hunt for Evangelion Crowley), Dustin Diamond (College Fright Night), Camryn Grimes (Ghost Whisperer), Steven Williams (The X-Files), Francis De Wolff (The Tomorrow People), Hallie Todd (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Bipasha Basu (Creature), Alan Napier (Batman), Geoffrey Bayldon (Doctor Who), Anne Schedeen (ALF), Josh Blake (ALF), David Yost (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Arnold Ridley (Out of the Unknown), George Buza (X-Men), Tyron Leitso (Dinotopia), David Marciano (12 Monkeys), Butterfly McQueen (Cabin in the Sky), Max Morrow (Warehouse 13), Tom Harper (The Borrowers), Katie Couric (Shark Tale), Lewis Hamilton (Cars 2), Kenny Loggins (Archer), Annie Sertich (The Guild), Tomm Moore (The Secret of Kells), Alma Sisneros (Fright Night), Buster Reeves (The Dark Knight), Helen Worth (Doctor Who), Clint Mansell (Moon), Jodi Long (Splash), Reggie Austin (The Omen), Sofia Pavone (The Gifted), Mario Almada (Zona Invadida), Art Baker (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea), Anthony Pullen Shaw (The Martian Chronicles), E.L. Katz (Channel Zero), Paul Clemens (The Beast Within), Robert Longo (Johnny Mnemonic), Gene L. Coon (Star Trek: The Original Series), Julie Dolan (Star Wars: Rebels), Fernando Sancho (The Possessed), Tierre Turner (Godzilla), Harvey Evans (Enchanted), Fern Fitzgerald (They Came from Outer Space), Danny Steinmann (Friday the 13th: A New Beginning), Harry Stradling Jr. (Prophecy), Charles Addams (The Addams Family), William Peter Blatty (The Exorcist)…

#OTD (6 January) in geeky history in 2015: Agent Carter TV series debut

Born #OTD (6 January) in geeky history: Eddie Redmayne (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Kate McKinnon (Ghostbusters), Rowan Atkinson (Scooby-Doo), Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead), Courtney Eaton (Mad Max: Fury Road), Richard Norton (Mad Max: Fury Road), Loretta Young (The Bishop’s Wife), Cristina Rosato (Assassin’s Creed II), Capucine (Arabian Adventure), Genevieve O’Reilly (Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith), Rinko Kikuchi (Pacific Rim), Irina Shayk (Hercules), Tara Spencer-Nairn (The Listener), Frank Sivero (Little Nicky), Danny Thomas (Journey Back to Oz), Andrea Thompson (Babylon 5), Cristela Alonzo (Cars 3), Johnny Yong Bosch (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Aron Eisenberg (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Trudie Styler (Moon), Elaine Bromka (Monsters), Diona Reasonover (Future Man), Vic Tayback (All Dogs Go To Heaven), Anthony Minghella (The Storyteller: Greek Myths), Sylvia Syms (Doctor Who), Lorne Cardinal (The Humanity Bureau), Tom Fadden (Invasion of the Body Snatchers), Mickey Hargitay (The Loves of Hercules), Danny Pintauro (Cujo), Corin Hardy (The Hallow), Arthur Bostrom (Wakfu), Professor Toru Tanaka (The Running Man), Max Pirkis (Dark Shadows), Bonnie Franklin (The Munsters), Greg Lauren (Batman & Robin), Olga Georges-Picot (The Man Who Haunted Himself), Vincenzo Natali (Cube), Julie Chen (Supergirl), Gabrielle Reece (Gattaca), Henry Corden (The Atom Ant Show), Tom Brown (Rocky Jones, Space Ranger), Arin Hanson (Mighty Magiswords), Andréa Ferréol (Wings of Fame), Nai Bonet (Nocturna), Tiffany Pollard (Screech of the Decapitated), Gillian Greene (Battlestar Galactica), Francis L. Sullivan (Lights Out), David Bruce (The Mad Ghoul), Gerald R. Molen (Jurassic Park), John Clive (Yellow Submarine), Shane Sweet (The Journey of Allen Strange), Scott Bryce (Early Edition), Elizabeth Tan (Doctor Who), Billy Sands (The Reluctant Astronaut), Vitaliy Versace (The Last Vampire on Earth), Edson Stroll (Snow White and the Three Stooges), Mike Lane (Frankenstein 1970), Holly Fulger (Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century), Jill Sayre (Spider-Man), Catherine Blades (Jessica Jones), Hiromi Oshima (Race to Witch Mountain), Armando Silvestre (Neutrón, el enmascarado negro), Liana Orfei (Hercules in the Valley of Woe), John DeMita (Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust), Mark Forest (Vengeance of Hercules), Joe Hamilton (Once Upon a Mattress), Armelia McQueen (Ghost), Mercedes Shirley (The Invaders), Eric Frank Russell (The Great Explosion), Allen Appel (Time After Time), Robert E. Vardeman (Cenotaph Road)…

#OTD (5 January) in geeky history in 1886: Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde published; in 2001 – Black Scorpion TV series debuts

Born #OTD (5 January) in geeky history: Bradley Cooper (Guardians of the Galaxy), January Jones (X: First Class), Vinnie Jones (X-Men: The Last Stand), Suki Waterhouse (Insurgent), Clancy Brown (The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension), Diane Keaton (Sleeper), Shea Whigham (Vampires Vs. the Bronx), Robert Duvall (The Twilight Zone), Hayao Miyazaki (Howl’s Moving Castle), Marilyn Manson (Salem), Pamela Sue Martin (Sky Trackers), Catherine Parker (The Haunting of Hill House), Joe Flanigan (Stargate: Atlantis), Paul McGillion (Stargate: Atlantis), America Olivo (Friday the 13th), Jane Wyman (The Sixth Sense), George Reeves (Adventures of Superman), Carrie Ann Inaba (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Patrice Fisher (Austin Powers in Goldmember), Kristin Cavallari (Fingerprints), Franz Drameh (Attack the Block), Elizabeth Masucci (The Witches of Oz), Emily Longstreth (Wired to Kill), Brooklyn Sudano (11.22.63), Maxim Baldry (Lake Placid: Legacy), Wen Jiang (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Derek Cecil (Men in Black II), David DeCoteau (Creepozoids), Garette Ratliff Henson (Arachnophobia), David Ryall (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1), Karissa Vacker (Chuck), Michael O’Donoghue (Scrooged), Olunike Adeliyi (Deep Space), Cisse Cameron (Space Mutiny), Jeep Swenson (Batman & Robin), Roger Spottiswoode (The 6th Day), Ted Lange (WRZ: White Racist Zombies), Pavel Douglas (She-Wolf of London), Alba Ribas (Paranormal Xperience 3D), Guy Torry (Dead & Deader), Jean-Pierre Aumont (Man with the Transplanted Brain), Alfred Ryder (Star Trek: The Original Series), Daisy Potter (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Ross Mullan (Clash of the Titans), Robert Catrini (G.I. Joe: Retaliation), Lindsay Crosby (Bigfoot), Cynthia Chenault (I Was a Teenage Werewolf), J.H. Wyman (Fringe), Leslie Danon (The Whispering), Jason Charles Miller (Star Trek Online), George Dolenz (Scared Stiff), Enrique Rocha (Satanico Pandemonium), Charlie Rose (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Dany Saval (Moon Pilot), Polly Williams (The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella), Hugh Brannum (Captain Kangaroo), John O’Creagh (Life on Mars), Lorraine Miller (The Picture of Dorian Gray), Jan Leeming (The Solarnauts), Manu Tupou (Voyagers!), Benjamin Geran McGinn (The Dark Knight Rises), A. Edward Sullivan (The Invisible Woman), Cliff Potts (Silent Running)…

#OTD (4 January) in 2003: Dragon Fighter released (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (4 January) in geeky history: Matt Frewer (Max Headroom), Graham McTavish (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey), Julia Ormond (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Michelle Mylett (Ascencion), Kerry Condon (Avengers: Age of Ultron), D’Arcy Corden (The Good Place), June Diane Raphael (American Dad!), Erin Cahill (Power Rangers Time Force), Charlyne Yi (Steven Universe), Dyan Cannon (Heaven Can Wait), Vanity (Highlander), Sterling Holloway (The Jungle Book), Julian Sands (Warlock), Dave Foley (A Bug’s Life), Lenora Crichlow (Being Human), Peyton Kennedy (Odd Squad), Julie Estelle (The Chanting), Jim Norton (Mary Poppins Returns), Samantha Sloyan (The Haunting of Hill House), Claudie Blakley (A Christmas Carol), Maddie Hasson (Mr. Mercedes), Greg Cipes (Teen Titans Go!), Barbara Rush (It Came from Outer Space), Aaron Schwartz (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), Ann Magnuson (The Man in the High Castle), Dot-Marie Jones (American Horror Story), Jill Marie Jones (Ash vs Evil Dead), Olivia Tennet (Power Rangers R.P.M.), Flora Montgomery (Bugs), George P. Cosmatos (Leviathan), Hannah James (Outlander), Emilie Livingston (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets), Sorrell Booke (Freaky Friday), Tom Helmore (The Time Machine), Josh Stamberg (The Time Machine), Oliver Clark (Mystery Men), Alexandra Jiménez (Superlopez), Gage Munroe (Hotel Transylvania: The Series), Deana Carter (Anastasia), Corinna Everson (Hercules: The Legendary Journey), Jeremy Licht (Twilight Zone: The Movie), David Bowe (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen), Patrick Cassidy (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Gary Jones (Stargate SG-1), Edward Ruttle (Hot Tub Time Machine), John Bennett Perry (George of the Jungle), Michael Stipe (Being John Malkovich), Diana Ewing (Star Trek: The Original Series), Kim Miyori (The Grudge 2), Rhiannon Leigh Wryn (The Last Mimzy), Hye-jeong Kang (Hoodwinked!), Louis Guss (Highlander), Sonja Richter (The Substitute), Roberto “Sanz” Sanchez (Hauntsville), April Winchell (101 Dalmatians: The Series), Robin Sydney (The Gingerdead Man), Andrew Lowery (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Rosalie Crutchley (The Haunting), Sayed Badreya (Iron Man), Addy Miller (Plan 9), Jesse Warren (Dinocroc), Seth Grahame-Smith (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), Rick Hearst (Brain Damage), Iain Cuthbertson (Doctor Who), Marla English (The She-Creature), Warren J. Kemmerling (Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Susannah Grant (The 5th Wave), Adam Trese (Silent House), Maureen Reagan (Death Takes a Holiday), Chelsea Russo (Dinosaur), Anne Dyson (The Princess Bride), Jacob Grimm (Grimm’s Fairy Tales), Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (Witch’s Sister)…

#OTD (3 January) in geeky history in 2001: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Bill Gates introduce the Xbox

Born #OTD (3 January) in geeky history: Danica McKellar (Young Justice), Alex D. Linz (Tarzan), Nicholas Gonzalez (The Flash), Mel Gibson (The Road Warrior), Robert Loggia (Big), Jason Marsden (A Goofy Movie), Brooke Williams (12 Monkeys), Alisen Down (12 Monkeys), Sarah Alexander (Stardust), Rebecca Broussard (Mars Attacks!), Dabney Coleman (WarGames), Ray Milland (X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes), Matt Ross (American Horror Story), Jennifer Lynn Warren (American Horror Story), Dan Harmon (Rick and Morty), Tom Bower (The X-Files), John Russell (Jason of Star Command), Jeananne Goosen (The Walking Dead), John Thaw (Dr. Phibes Rises Again), Nicole LaPlaca (iZombie), Kate Levering (Drop Dead Diva), Zazu Pitts (Francis Join the WACS), Mara Corday (The Giant Claw), Jewel Shepard (The Return of the Living Dead), Derrick O’Connor (Daredevil), Dan Vadis (Hercules the Invincible), Jeremy Kemp (Conan), John Ales (The Nutty Professor), Barbara Stuart (Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills), John Sturges (The Satan Bug), Charles “Bud” Tingwell (Catweazle), Bill Travers (Gorgo), Zak Santiago (Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency), Justin Paul (Johnny and the Sprites), Fiona Allen (My Partner the Ghost), William Boyett (The Rocketeer), Josephine Hull (Harvey), Jesse White (Harvey), Anna May Wong (Peter Pan), Thelma Schoonmaker (Hugo), Caleeb Pinkett (After Earth), Robert Flemyng (The Medusa Touch), Brett Simmons (Animal), Kerry Armstrong (Ocean Girl), Jesse Haddock (Caprica), Merrilyn Gann (2012), Janine Harouni (The Surge), John Loder (The Man Who Lived Again), Donald Peterman (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home), Annie Lambert (Doctor Who), Glen A. Larson (Knight Rider), Daniella Garcia (Geostorm), Bruce La Bruce (Otto; or, Up with Dead People), Jack Patillo (Heroes & Halfwits), Quinn O’Hara (The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini), Kenner G. Kemp (Batman), Ashley Noel (I Think My Babysitter’s an Alien), Joko Anwar (Satan’s Slaves), Tiger Fafara (Shirley Temple’s Storybook), Michael Schumacher (Cars), Charles Lucia (Tank Girl), Julia Levy-Boeken (World War Z), Victor Borge (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.), William Mervyn (Doctor Who), Grant Monohon (Lady in the Water), Myles Ferguson (Highlander), Ren Hanami (The Thundermans), Sanjay Khan (Tarzan Goes to India), J.R.R. Tolkien (The Hobbit)…

#OTD (2 January) in geeky history in 1978: Blake’s 7 debuts (at IMDb

Born #OTD (2 January) in geeky history: Tia Carrere (Relic Hunter), Ben Hardy (X-Men: Apocalypse), Dax Shepard (Idiocracy), Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns), Renée Elise Goldsberry (Altered Carbon), Paz Vega (The OA), Shelley Hennig (Teen Wolf), Joanna Pacula (Dinocroc), Dustin Clare (Pacific Rim: Uprising), Cuba Gooding Jr. (American Horror Story), Taye Diggs (Day Break), Kristen Hager (Gotham), Gabrielle Carteris (Minority Report), David Gyasi (Interstellar), Tommy Morrison (They Live), James Marshall (Twin Peaks), Peter Gadiot (Supergirl), Anna Lee (Jack the Giant Killer), Patricia De Leon (The Master of Disguise), John Bedford Lloyd (The Abyss), Catherine Bailey (House of Anubis), Lauren Storm (Resurrection Mary), John Considine (The Outer Limits), Neal Jones (Zombie Honeymoon), David Paul Olsen (Swiss Army Man), Evan Parke (King Kong), Wendy Phillips (Ghost Whisperer), Deborah Watling (The Invisible Man), Roger Miller (Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey), Erica Hubbard (The Replacements), Cynthia Sykes (Blade Runner 2049), Jason Evers (The Brain That Wouldn’t die), Vicki Frederick (Mork & Mindy), D’Arcy Corrigan (A Christmas Carol), Kate Hodge (She-Wolf of London), Walter Baldwin (My Mother the Car), Terence Rigby (Watership Down), Howard Caine (The Twilight Zone), Kiko Ellsworth (The Nine Lives of Chloe King), Candy Davis (Transmutations), Cyrus Arnold (The Exorcist), Heather Juergensen (The Haunted Mansion), Sophie Wilcox (The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe), Alvin Hammer (Scrooged), Nadia Cassini (Starcrash), Gary Morgan (Logan’s Run), Jesslyn Fax (Batman), Kate Emerick (Invasion), Sundra Oakley (Big Hero 6), Man-Tat Ng (Sixty Million Dollar Man), Georgie Kidder (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Nancy McCrumb (Man of Steel), Peter MacLean (Squirm), Charles Thompson (The Twilight Zone), Jill Evyn (Axe Giant: The Wrath of John Bunyan), Jack Tornek (The Wild Wild West), Danny Miller (Lightfields), Mickie McGowan (Up), Christopher Lennertz (Lost in Space), Mike Vaughn (Spider-Man: Web of Shadows), Damien Bodie (Ocean Girl), Joe Liss (The Effects of Magic), Anna Cummer (Iron Man: Armored Adventures), Eiji Kusuhara (Superman IV: The Quest for Peace), David Villalpando (The Arrival), Robert Nathan (The Bishop’s Wife), Isaac Asimov (Foundation)…

#OTD (1 January) in geeky history in 2017: The Labyrinth opens (at IMDb)

Born #OTD (1 January) in geeky history: Angourie Rice (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Madolyn Smith Osborne (2010: The Year We Make Contact), Adrian Hall (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Colin Morgan (Merlin), Verne Troyer (Austin Powers: The Man Who Shagged Me), Frank Langella (Dracula), Dana DeLorenzo (Ash vs Evil Dead), Morris Chestnut (V), Jennifer Hale (Mass Effect), Sam Spruell (Snow White and the Huntsman), Mark Wingett (Snow White and the Huntsman), Dedee Pfeiffer (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Danny Lloyd (The Shining), Eden Riegel (The Lion Guard), Fiona Dolman (Paradox), Sheila McCarthy (The Day After Tomorrow), Anna Brewster (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Sharon Small (Nina and the Neurons), Anders Danielsen Lie (The Night Eats the World), Carole Landis (One Million B.C.), Dana Andrews (Night of the Demon), Stanley Kamel (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Jonas Armstrong (Edge of Tomorrow), Stephanie Faracy (Hocus Pocus), Zena Marshall (The Terrornauts), Gabriel Jarret (Real Genius)Ty Hardin (I Married a Monster from Outer Space), William Edmunds (It’s a Wonderful Life), Tori Ann Gisondi (Annie), Richard Edson (Super Mario Bros.), Sandra Knight (Frankenstein’s Daughter), Carlos Gómez (Charmed), Michèle Mercier (The Wonders of Aladdin), Lara Robinson (Knowing), Don Novello (Atlantis: The Lost Continent), Matthew “Stymie” Beard (A Lad an’ a Lamp), Mr. Lawrence (SpongeBob SquarePants), Charles Bickford (Tarzan’s New York Adventure), Meagen Fay (Agent Carter), Don Keith Opper (Critters), Woo-Ping Yuen (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), Juliana Donald (The Muppets Take Manhattan), Martin Shakar (Invasion U.S.A.), Kôji Yakusho (The Boy and the Beast), Barbara Baxley (Countdown), Olwen May (Life on Mars), Aimee Eccles (Kung Fu), Rick Hurst (Earth Girls Are Easy), Shin’ya Tsukamoto (Tetsuo), Jacqueline Scott (Planet of the Apes), Christopher Redman (God Friended Me), Willard Robertson (The Monster and the Girl), Helen Westcott (The Twilight Zone), Andrew Lesnie (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), Ozman Sirgood (The Hot Chick), Kimberly Page (Monarch of the Moon), Milena Canonero (The Wolfman), Bob Minor (Escape from New York), Renn Woods (Beauty and the Beast), Kien Shih (Magic Crystal), Jeff Gulka (The X Files), Deepa Mehta (The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles), Jasmine Dustin (Knight Rider), Yu-Hang To (Zombie 108), Simón Andreu (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian), Dorothy Tristan (The Incredible Hulk), Mary Sweeney (Twin Peaks), Alexia Robinson (Total Recall), Elizabeth Gorcey (Teen Wolf), Jules de Grandin (The Horror on the Links)…

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