January 16, 1948
John Carpenter is an acclaimed filmmaker, actor and composer in horror, action and sci-fi.
March 20, 1957
Filmmaker and actor Spike Lee has produced over 35 films since 1983, debuting with She's Gotta Have It.
May 1, 1969
Wesley Wales Anderson is a famous American filmmaker known for surreal visuals and stories of grief, loss, and dysfunctional families.
May 14, 1944
George Lucas is an American filmmaker famous for creating the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises.
May 31, 1930
Eastwood rose to fame with "Man with No Name" role in Sergio.
June 28, 1926
Mel Brooks is a revered American actor, writer and director.
August 13, 1899
Alfred Hitchcock was an iconic British filmmaker; he directed over 50 influential films, still beloved and studied today.
August 16, 1954
James Cameron is a renowned Canadian filmmaker, known for pushing the boundaries of filmmaking with novel technologies.
August 25, 1958
Timothy Burton is a famous American filmmaker and animator, known for dark fantasy films such as Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands.
November 17, 1942
Martin Scorsese is a famous American filmmaker and actor known for popularizing the New Hollywood era.
November 30, 1935
Woody Allen is an iconic American filmmaker, actor and comedian known for his dozens of films since the 1950s, many of which won Academy Awards.
December 18, 1946
Steven Spielberg is a renowned director, writer and producer who pioneered the modern blockbuster and has become the most successful film director ever.