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Arnold Schwarzenegger

Once the world's leading bodybuilder, Arnold Schwarzenegger went on to become one of Hollywood's biggest stars and then the governor of California from 2003-2011. Nicknamed "The Austr…

Arnold Schwarzenegger Biography

Arnold SchwarzeneggerGovernor of California, actor, bodybuilderBorn: 7/30/1947Birthplace: Graz, Austria Hulk-like actor-turned politician, he is best known for his roles in sci-fi ac…

Arnold Schwarzenegger, 2003 News

Austrian-born movie star and body builder, was elected governor of California in October. Voters approved the recall of Gray Davis and overwhelmingly elected Schwarzenegger ov…

Gray Davis, 2003 News

California politician, was ousted as governor in October, when he lost a recall election eleven months after he was reelected. About 54% of voters approved the recall. Austria…

Jake Lloyd

Jake Lloyd appeared in television commercials and series (including semi-regular roles in E. R. and The Pretender) before making his film debut in 1996's Unhook the Stars. He co-starr…

Lou Ferrigno

Lou Ferrigno played the raging green monster The Incredible Hulk on the TV show of the same name. He got the part thanks to his glossy credentials as a bodybuilder: Ferrigno was named…

Richard Dawson

Name at birth: Colin Lionel EmmBritish comedian Richard Dawson was picked to play Corporal Newkirk in the World War II sitcom Hogan's Heroes in 1965, and a television career was born. …

Vendela

A multi-talented Swede, Vendela Kirsebom joined the Ford modelling agency while still a teenager. Vendela modeled in Europe and the United States for Revlon, Elizabeth Arden and many …

Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke is a British actress whose breakthrough was the role of Daenerys Targaryen -- the "Mother of Dragons" -- in the television version of George R. R. Martin's Game of Throne…

Collateral Damage

Director:Andrew DavisWriters:Andrew Davis and Peter GriffithsWarner Bros.; R; 110 minutesRelease:2/02Cast:Arnold Schwarzenegger Collateral Damage isn't any less responsible tha…