Celebrities in Japanese Commercials
- The site chronicles western stars "who uses his or her fame to make large sums of
money in a short time by advertising products in Japan that they would probably never use."
The Celebrity Almanac
- Features photos and profiles on personalities in the arts,
literature, sports, business and political fields as well as
birth dates, place of birth, first career break and most
memorable career events.
The Celebrity Cafe -The Celebrity Cafe publishes
interviews with exciting and interesting people we feel
capture your imagination. With thousands of visitors to our
site daily, we have become a premier source to learn about
your favorite celebrities. If they are in the public eye,
we've got them.
Famous Name Changes - On this site you will find out who the stars were before they were
stars, and a few not so well known surprises too.
Former Child Star Central - The website answers the question
"what ever happened to" the children who starred on popular
sitcoms from years past. Established in 1997,
Former Child Star Central has been the "leading source for
news, sightings, and the sad, happy, weird items that make the
study of ex-kid stars a gothic pursuit."
Jim Benson's TV Time Machine
- A radio show about television's past, present and future. Hosted by
Jim Benson, the site includes lengthy interviews with such
actors as Peter Falk, Mel Brooks, Julie Newmar and TV shows
like Night Gallery and Charlie Brown's Christmas.
NNDB - NNDB is an
intelligence aggregator that tracks the activities of people
we have determined to be noteworthy, both living and dead
(including actors). Superficially, it seems much like a "Who's Who" where a noted
person's curriculum vitae is available (such as date of birth, a biography, and other essential