I think it was Steve Vai. ? I tried searching for images of Steve Vai on google...(because if I had seen him in the 1980's, I would have recognized if he was in the video or not...), but I did not find any good enough results.
NO, but you can find her in the video Oh, Sherrie. There are a few pictures of her and Steve on the net that have been around for years. They are in B&W. Just google her name and look at the images or go to just about any Steve Perry fan site and they should be there.
Realistically: The one, who is trying to find you. Philosophically: Death will find you eventually. Sarcastically: who on earth would want to find YOU, XD I am kidding, cause this question needs more reference. Are you talking about a video game?
My mother gave me a assignment to research video games affecting your brain/mind. This is what I found out: It will desensitize you to death and your eye sight will get better, but you may find yourself not doing work because of it. So..... Do video games affect minds/brains?
A really good place to find music videos that feature Faces of Death is YouTube. All you have to do is, once on the site, search 'faces of death' in the search bar at the top and a list of videos featuring Faces of Death will show up in the search results.
There are many places where one can find the " I Miss You" video. One can find the "I Miss You" video by accessing it through YouTube or Vimeo. "I Miss You" video is often found under the romance section of YouTube.
John Tyler died long before the first video was made so you can't find him in a video. You might find a dramatization of an actor playing him or you may find a video that shows his home and various artifacts and drawings related to him.
One can find more information about Steve White from LinkedIn, BBC, PBS, Southern Scribe, Hallam FM, as well as Ticketmaster websites. Steve White is known for his career as a drummer, actor, educator and a percussionist.
There are many different ways one could find video services. The best way to find video services in your local area is the check your local yellow pages. You could also visit websites like Video Services Forum for more information on finding video services.