Timelines for year 1996
Had 3 children with her second husband (now widower) Michael Scorpio, a daughter and twin sons - Chloe Taylor (b.1996), Austin and Tristan Taylor (b.1997).
Got audition for TV series "The Cape" (1996) without an agent. He was recommended to a producer and network executive from friend Sue Kramer.
Among the Star Trek toys released for the movie Star Trek: First Contact , an action figure was made of Alfre in the likeness of her character Lili in the film.
She was so impressed with the script of the independent film Follow Me Home that she offered to play the role of Evey without pay; much to the delight and awe of filmmaker Peter Bratt.
She was so impressed with the script of the independent film Follow Me Home (1996) that she offered to play the role of Evey without pay; much to the delight and awe of filmmaker Peter Bratt.
Among the Star Trek toys released for the film Star Trek: First Contact (1996), an action figure was made of Alfre in the likeness of her character in the film, Lily Sloane.
Was the only member of the ensemble cast of "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996) who didn't win an Emmy award for acting in a comedy series.
Commuted between Los Angeles, California, and his home in New York City for the filming of "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996).
During the entire nine season run of "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996), the New York-based Boyle commuted to L.A. His children, Lucy Boyle and Amy Boyle, attended school in New York.
Won Emmys in 1991 and 1992 when he co-wrote the Academy Awards telecast for Billy Crystal. Wuhl also wrote for Crystal when he hosted the Grammy's in 1987-1989. He stars in, writes, directs and produces the HBO television series hit "Arli$$" (1996), an offbeat satire about the sports world as seen through the eyes of a sports agent.
In one episode of his show, "Arli$$" (1996), we see Arliss Michaels watching on old video of himself winning money on "The $10,000 Pyramid" game show. We learn that Michaels used his winnings as seed money to start his agency business. Robert Wuhl was an actual contestant on the show and the game show footage that aired was real.
Pictured on a 32¢ US commemorative postage stamp in the Legends of Hollywood series, originally issued on Monday, June 24th, 1996.
Is portrayed by Lili Taylor in I Shot Andy Warhol (1996)
Director Harold Ramis named his lead character in Multiplicity (1996), Doug Kinney, after longtime friend Kenney, one of the founding fathers of the National Lampoon.
Son: Frank Murray, Jr. (born Sept. 1996).
Goalkeeper for the 1996 United States women's Olympic team.
Came out of retirement in 1996 to play two more seasons
First driver to ever win Daytona 500 and Brickyard 400 in the same year (1996). Only other is Jamie McMurray in 2010.
Was diagnosed with terminal cancer and two years to live in 1996. Cured herself using only alternative medicine and was cancer free in ten months. Eleven years later has continued to be cancer free and now lectures and council's others afflicted with cancer and aids.
Graduated from USC School of Cinema-Television (1996).