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1. Mia Kirshner Mia Kirshner Actress, Not Another Teen Movie Mia Kirshner was born in Toronto, Ontario on January 25th 1975. She had a middle class upbringing and graduated from the prestigious McGill University with a degree in English Literature. She had a love for acting from her school days at the Jarvis Institute, and her parents helped find her a talent agent at the age of 12...
2. Christine Lakin Christine Lakin Actress, The Hottie & the Nottie Christine Helen Lakin was born on January 25th, 1979 in Dallas, Texas. After moving several times as a child, her family finally settled in Atlanta, Georgia, where Christine started her acting career. There, she attended the Atlanta workshop players - a theater group which plays in schools in the Atlanta metro area...
3. Charlie Bewley Charlie Bewley Actor, Like Crazy
4. Ana Ortiz Ana Ortiz Actress, Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son
5. Michael Trevino Michael Trevino Actor, Cow Belles
6. Shawna Waldron Shawna Waldron Actress, Little Giants
7. Tom Hopper Tom Hopper Actor, Cold English-born Tom Hopper cultivated his acting career on the stage, starting out in work in theatre. He attended the Rose Bruford College to study acting. While in school at Rose Bruford, his theatrical roles included "The Tempest", "The Way of the World", "Colliers Friday Night and Festen". His screen appearances began in 2007 starting on Casualty...
8. Alicia Keys Alicia Keys Soundtrack, The Great Gatsby Alicia Keys was born in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, to Teresa (Augello), a paralegal who was also an occasional actress, and Craig Cook, a flight attendant. Her father is African-American, and her mother, who is caucasian, is of Italian and English/Irish/Scottish ancestry. Alicia began taking piano lessons at age seven at her mother's insistence...
9. Dinah Manoff Dinah Manoff Actress, Grease Dinah Manoff began her professional career in the PBS production of "The Great Cherub Knitwear Strike". After subsequent guest appearances on various television series, she received a Tony Award in 1980 for her performance in the Broadway production of Neil Simon's "I Ought To Be In Pictures", a role she reprised in the film version...
10. Jenifer Lewis Jenifer Lewis Actress, Cars Jenifer Lewis was born and raised in Kinloch, Missouri. She holds a bachelor's degree in theater arts from Webster University in St. Louis. Jenifer has over 60 films and 200 TV appearances to her credit. Her uniquely recognizable voice is adored by fans, worldwide, in such animated roles as "Flo" in Cars and Cars 2 and as "Mama Odie" in The Princess and the Frog...
11. Dean Jones Dean Jones Actor, Beethoven
12. John Terry John Terry Actor, Full Metal Jacket John Terry, a native Floridian, discovered acting through a series of fortunate events while building custom log homes in North Carolina. After performing in a few local theater productions, he moved to Alaska where he helped start a river rafting company. On his 30th birthday, he moved to New York and tried full-time acting and stayed with that...
13. Leigh Taylor-Young Leigh Taylor-Young Actress, Soylent Green Leigh Taylor-Young was born in Washington, DC, to a diplomat father and raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, the older sister of future actress Dey Young and writer/director Lance Young. She studied classical ballet and, following high school, attended Northwestern University where she initially majored in economics...
14. Tobe Hooper Tobe Hooper Director, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Before becoming a filmmaker, Tobe Hooper, a native of Austin, Texas, spent the 1960s as a college professor and documentary cameraman. In 1974, he organized a small cast that was made up of college teachers and students, and then he and Kim Henkel made The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. This film changed the horror film industry...
15. Marc Donato Marc Donato Actor, Pay It Forward
16. Gregory Sierra Gregory Sierra Actor, Papillon
17. Olivier Assayas Olivier Assayas Writer, Paris, je t'aime
18. Stephen Chbosky Stephen Chbosky Writer, The Perks of Being a Wallflower
19. Diane Salinger Diane Salinger Actress, Pee-wee's Big Adventure The statuesque and porcelain featured Diane Salinger studied acting with Uta Hagen and Stella Adler before graduating from Columbia University, where she studied drama. Her film debut was in the 1980's horror-flick, Creature, Diane then went on to guest-star as Simone in Pee-wee's Big Adventure...
20. Rupert Simonian Rupert Simonian Actor, Peter Pan Rupert Simonian was born in London, UK. Rupert Simonian's acting career began at the age of 11 when he was spotted by a casting director, and subsequently cast in the film Peter Pan (2003), directed by P. J. Hogan. Rupert continued acting throughout childhood and was cast in three further feature films: Piccadilly Jim, The Constant Gardener, and Keeping Mum...
21. Mark Jordon Mark Jordon Actor, The Fool on the Hill Mark wanted to be an actor after watching Steve McQueen movies as a child. While still at school he attended Oldham Theatre Workshop where he formed the Damned Busters and worked clubs, pubs and did street theatre to earn his Equity card. After a small part in a film 'Number One' Mark was cast as Ian on the BBC's much loved Seaview...
22. Christina Ochoa Christina Ochoa Actress, Stay with Me Born in Barcelona, January 25th 1985. Grand niece of Nobel Prize winner Severo Ochoa. Daughter of Spanish Sculptor Victor Ochoa, Christina spent her childhood between Madrid, Barcelona and Miami. She went on to study Oceanographic Engineering in Las Palmas University in the Canary Islands. After, she continued Advanced Marine Biology in James Cook Univ. in Australia...
23. Rebecca Ferdinando Rebecca Ferdinando Actress, The Rise & Fall of a White Collar Hooligan Rebecca was born in Enfield, North London and went to Sylvia Young Theatre school from a young age. She then went onto study Drama at Middlesex University where she gained a BA Hons degree and later completed a post graduate course at drama school and has since never looked back. She lives in Highgate, North London.
24. Dustin Ingram Dustin Ingram Actor, Paranormal Activity 3 Dustin Ingram began his career on stage at age 6 when he tripped over a red streamer he was waving during the finale of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." He continued to perform on the stage for 6 more years, tripping less and less. When he turned 12, he decided he wanted to create television and film characters...
25. Anita Pallenberg Anita Pallenberg Actress, Barbarella Anita Pallenberg is probably best known for her romantic links to three of the original Rolling Stones. She was born in Italy in 1944. She became a model and appeared on covers of magazines such as Vogue. In 1965, she began dating Brian Jones. Subsequently, she left him for Keith Richards in 1967...
26. Hafsia Herzi Hafsia Herzi Actress, The Secret of the Grain
27. Eugene Osment Eugene Osment Actor, Minority Report
28. Whit Stillman Whit Stillman Director, Metropolitan Whit Stillman was born in 1952 and raised in Cornwall in upstate New York, the son of a impoverished débutante from Philadelphia and a Democratic politician from Washington D.C. Stillman graduated from Harvard in 1973 and started out as a journalist in Manhattan, New York City. In 1980 he met and married his Spanish wife while on an assignment in Barcelona...
29. Etta James Etta James Soundtrack, Back to the Future
30. Bill Hickman Bill Hickman Actor, The French Connection The actor is better known for his prowess as a stunt driver. His work in Bullitt is legendary where he drove the black Dodge Charger 440 Magnum that was pursued by Steve McQueen in his Ford Mustang 390 G.T. For his reputation earned on Bullitt, Hickman was hired by William Friedkin for The French Connection...
31. Teach Grant Teach Grant Actor, The Tall Man
32. Christopher Ryan Christopher Ryan Actor, Santa Claus
33. Diana Hyland Diana Hyland Actress, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble Diana Hyland, a striking, knowing beauty with a confident air about her, was born Diane Gentner on January 25, 1936, in Ohio and appeared on stage in summer stock, as a teen, before graduating from Cleveland Heights High School. Moving to New York in 1955 to test her acting mettle, the slim-faced,...
34. Elizabeth Allen Elizabeth Allen Actress, Donovan's Reef
35. Don Mancini Don Mancini Writer, Child's Play
36. Sean Lawlor Sean Lawlor Actor, Braveheart
37. Roger Yuan Roger Yuan Actor, Skyfall Roger Yuan's career in the film industry has seen him wear many hats. As a martial arts instructor, trainer, stunt performer, coordinator, actor, writer and producer, he has gained much acclaim. Having worked in US, UK, Hong Kong, China, Thailand and Indian "bollywood" productions, he has cultivated...
38. Mildred Dunnock Mildred Dunnock Actress, The Trouble with Harry Petite American character actress who was celebrated for her definitive portrayal of long-suffering Linda Loman in Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman", a part she played opposite Lee J. Cobb at the Morosco Theatre for 742 consecutive performances between 1949 and 1950. Mildred recreated her...
39. Gregg Palmer Gregg Palmer Actor, The Shootist Norwegian by heritage and a San Franciscan by birth, brown-haired, brown-eyed Gregg Palmer (born Palmer Lee) broke into show biz as a radio announcer. After an early '50s stint as a contract player at Universal, he turned to freelancing, closing out the decade by starring and co-starring in a number of detective...
40. Kevin O'Rourke Kevin O'Rourke Actor, The Aviator Kevin O'Rourke was born in Portland, Oregon and raised in Tacoma, Washington. The fifth of eight children, he left the Pacific Northwest to attend college in Massachusetts in 1974 and has lived on the East Coast ever since. Primarily a stage actor, he has performed in numerous plays in New York City in the last twenty years as well as many television and film projects...
41. Christopher Coppola Christopher Coppola Director, Deadfall Christopher began his filmmaking at an early age by creating super 8 films that starred his brother, Nicolas Cage. He both scripted and scored these very early films. As a teenager, Christopher apprenticed to composer, Carmine Coppola on the film, Apocalypse Now. He went on to study music composition at Redlands University...
42. Jessica McLeod Jessica McLeod Actress, Things We Lost in the Fire Jesse spent her childhood in Victoria B.C, and in 2013, she finished high school at Claremont Secondary. She graduated two years early with a 4.0 GPA. Since then, she has moved to Vancouver, and is working and training in film, television, and theatre. Jesse enjoys things like reading, tap dancing, and singing in her spare time.
43. Deauxma Deauxma Actress, The Fetish Set Born in Germany and raised in Ohio, Deauxma is a twin. She has been married to the same man for over 30 years. They have lived in many exotic locations around the world. Their swinging lifestyle led her to amateur porn and then on to becoming queen of the Milfs and star of the Road Queen lesbian adventures for Girlfriend Films...
44. Preston Flagg Preston Flagg Actor, The Final
45. Angela Thorne Angela Thorne Actress, The BFG
46. Geoff Johns Geoff Johns Writer, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights
47. China Kantner China Kantner Actress, The Stöned Age Daughter of Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship members Paul Kantner and Grace Slick. China first appeared as an infant on the sleeve of the Kantner/Slick 1971 solo LP "Sunfighter". In July 1986, she appeared as a guest VJ on MTV, which led to her making regular appearances for the next two years during her summer vacations...
48. Ruth Williamson Ruth Williamson Actress, The Family Man
49. King Donovan King Donovan Actor, Invasion of the Body Snatchers The name might not be familiar-but the face would be. A thinking man's Don Knotts or his smarter brother - well - that would be over-simplifying King Donovan. He was born to vaudevillian parents who traveled the whole country. He was of medium height, slender build, and narrow-faced (like Knotts)...
50. W. Somerset Maugham W. Somerset Maugham Writer, The Painted Veil Popular British novelist, playwright, short-story writer and the highest-paid author in the world in the 1930s, Somerset Maugham graduated in 1897 from St. Thomas' Medical School and qualified as a doctor, but abandoned medicine after the success of his first novels and plays. During World War I he worked as a secret agent and in 1928 settled in Cap Ferrat in France...
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