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1. Tim Robbins Tim Robbins Actor, The Shawshank Redemption Born in West Covina, California, but raised in New York City, Tim Robbins is the son of former The Highwaymen singer Gil Robbins and actress Mary Robbins (née Bledsoe). Robbins studied drama at UCLA, where he graduated with honors in 1981. That same year, he formed the Actors' Gang theater group...
2. Angela Lansbury Angela Lansbury Actress, Beauty and the Beast British character actress, long in the United States. The daughter of an actress and the granddaughter of a high-ranking politician, Lansbury studied acting from her youth, departing for the United States as the Second World War began. She was contracted by MGM while still a teenager and nominated for an Academy Award for her first film...
3. Kellie Martin Kellie Martin Actress, A Goofy Movie
4. Kenneth Lonergan Kenneth Lonergan Writer, Analyze This Kenneth Lonergan is a playwright, screenwriter and director. His film You Can Count On Me, which he wrote and directed, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Screenplay, won the Sundance 2000 Grand Jury Prize and the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award, the NY Film Critics Circle, LA Film Critics Circle...
5. Caterina Scorsone Caterina Scorsone Actress, Edge of Darkness Canadian born, two-time Gemini-nominated actress. Scorsone began acting at the age of 8 on the long-running children's program, Mr. Dressup. Following her increasing success as a young actor, Caterina co-starred, alongside Kirsten Dunst, Rachael Leigh Cook, Hayden Christensen & Merritt Wever, in Oscar-winning director Sarah Kernochan's coming-of-age film...
6. Brea Grant Brea Grant Actress, Pitch Perfect 2
7. Suzanne Somers Suzanne Somers Actress, American Graffiti Suzanne Somers is the third of four children born to Frank and Marion Mahoney. Her father worked loading beer onto boxcars, and her mother was a homemaker. She grew up living in constant fear of being hurt or even killed at the hands of her verbally and physically abusive alcoholic father. She was diagnosed with dyslexia when she was young...
8. Linda Darnell Linda Darnell Actress, My Darling Clementine Linda Darnell, one of five children of a postal clerk, grew up fast. At 11, she was modeling clothes, giving her age as 16. At 13, she was appearing on the stage with little theater groups. Her mother encouraged her to audition when Hollywood talent scouts came to Dallas. She went to California and when the studio found out how young she really was...
9. Barry Corbin Barry Corbin Actor, No Country for Old Men Barry's full given name is Leonard Barrie Corbin, and he was born on October 16, 1940, to Kilmer Blain Corbin, an attorney, and Alma Corbin, an elementary school teacher in Lamesa, Texas. Barry has a daughter named Shannon Ross, with whom he shares his 15-acre ranch in Fort Worth, Texas, when he isn't working. He says that he rides horses there every chance he gets.
10. Martha Smith Martha Smith Actress, Animal House Out of her hundreds of TV appearances, Martha Smith is perhaps best known as "Francine Desmond", intelligence agent (and nemesis of star Kate Jackson) on the CBS series Scarecrow and Mrs. King. Raised in Farmington, MI, Martha--an honor student with a mention in "Who's Who of American Students"--enrolled in Michigan State University at 17 to study psychology...
11. Flea Flea Actor, The Big Lebowski Michael Peter Balzary was born on the sixteenth of October 1962, in Melbourne, Australia. When he was four, his parents divorced and Michael, his sister Karen and his mother Patricia headed for New York; they didn't stay long and soon ended up in L.A. (in 1972), where his step-father, a jazz musician named Walter Urban Jr....
12. Todd Stashwick Todd Stashwick Actor, You, Me and Dupree Stashwick was born in Chicago and raised in the suburbs right outside of the city. As a child, he always loved making people laugh, and he aspired to one day perform at Chicago's famous The Second City. Soon after graduating from Illinois State University with a degree in Theatre, he began performing at several local improvisational theaters...
13. Paul Sparks Paul Sparks Actor, Mud
14. Erin Brown Erin Brown Actress, Sick Girl Erin Brown (born October 16, 1979 in Illinois, USA) is an actress, model, and film director. Her "trademark" appearance is her pronounced "naturalness" or lack of affectation, both in acting style and appearance. She began her career making films for the underground filmmakers Factory 2000, then moved on to making films for ei Independent Cinema...
15. Ann Morgan Guilbert Ann Morgan Guilbert Actress, Grumpier Old Men Ann Morgan Guilbert is beloved by television audiences as the neighbor Millie Helper on the classic The Dick Van Dyke Show and as feisty Grandma Yetta on The Nanny. She has given memorable performances in film and television and on stage throughout her distinguished career, and recently starred in Nicole Holofcener's 2010 Sundance Film Festival selection, Please Give...
16. Kelly Adams Kelly Adams Actress, Bronson
17. Kim Wayans Kim Wayans Actress, Pariah
18. Randall Batinkoff Randall Batinkoff Actor, Kick-Ass Randall Batinkoff has worked with some of the best actors and directors in the movie industry over the last three decades. His acting career began at the age of nine. While shopping at a toy store with his mom, an agent came up and asked if he would be interested in auditioning for a commercial. Randall...
19. Christian Stolte Christian Stolte Actor, Public Enemies
20. Gary Kemp Gary Kemp Soundtrack, Crazy, Stupid, Love. Gary Kemp was born in Islington, London in October 1959. On his 10th birthday, he got his first guitar from his parents. In the 70s, he and his younger brother, Martin Kemp, went to learn drama at Anna Scher's acting school. Then, in 1978, Gary Kemp formed "The Makers". After Richard Miller left...
21. Keleigh Sperry Keleigh Sperry Self, The 2015 Academy Awards
22. Jeremy Jackson Jeremy Jackson Actor, Santa Barbara Jeremy Jackson At the tender age of six, Jeremy Jackson got his first taste of show business, booking his first successful commercial for Mattel. From this Jeremy exploded onto the commercial scene starring in dozens of national network ad campaigns including television and print. In addition to his...
23. John Mayer John Mayer Soundtrack, The Bucket List
24. David Zucker David Zucker Writer, The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!
25. Michael Conrad Michael Conrad Actor, The Longest Yard Michael Conrad was a stalwart American character actor who appeared frequently on television, best known for his recurring role as the desk sergeant Phil Esterhaus on Hill Street Blues, for which he won twice Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Emmy Awards, in 1981-1982. Conrad died from urethral cancer during the shooting of the police drama's fourth season...
26. Terri J. Vaughn Terri J. Vaughn Actress, Friday
27. Carlie Casey Carlie Casey Actress, The Confession
28. Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff Actress, The Young and the Restless Internationally recognized actress, Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff is the recipient of Germany's Otto Award (in recognition of her status as one of Germany's favorite actresses). Pamela is among just a handful of actresses who have done two television series, concurrently. This multi-talented actress learned how to balance her successful career as well as her personal life...
29. Alice Pearce Alice Pearce Actress, On the Town Making a career out of a post-nasal drip, this scene-stealing character comedienne was one of the best Broadway and Hollywood had to offer. It's too bad, then, that she wasn't utilized in films more often for this slight, chinless, parrot-faced, squawky-voiced bundle of (kill)joy could draw laughs from a well with a mere sniffle, gulp, or stare...
30. Christopher Mitchum Christopher Mitchum Actor, Big Jake Christopher Mitchum is the second son of actor Robert Mitchum destined, like older brother James Mitchum, to follow in the footsteps of his famous dad. Chris grew up avoiding the limelight and was educated at the University of Pennsylvania (1962-1966), attending Dublin's Trinity College as part of his Junior Year Abroad program...
31. Gil Kenan Gil Kenan Director, Monster House
32. Peter Bowles Peter Bowles Actor, The Bank Job
33. Mary Elizabeth McGlynn Mary Elizabeth McGlynn Actress, Princess Mononoke
34. Trevor Blumas Trevor Blumas Actor, The Unsaid Trevor Blumas was born and raised in London, Ontario, Canada, and in his elementary years, attended the Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts, where he studied music, dance, drama, and art. Trevor performed in the Original Kids Theatre Company in London, Ontario, Canada, and has been in many stage productions...
35. Guy Siner Guy Siner Actor, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Guy is known the world over for his portrayal of Lieutenant Gruber, one of the original and enduring characters of over 90 episodes of 'Allo 'Allo! which is one of the most successful comedy series the B.B.C. has ever produced and is still shown in more than 80 countries. Guy was born in Manhattan to an American father and an English mother...
36. Daniel Gerroll Daniel Gerroll Actor, Chariots of Fire Daniel Gerroll was born in London and educated in Switzerland, Scotland and London. After studying Law and Philosophy at Nottingham University, he trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London and subsequently spent some years in British theatre arriving in the West End in 1976 in "Once a Catholic"...
37. Kala Savage Kala Savage Actress, Little Monsters
38. Daniel Kountz Daniel Kountz Actor, Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge
39. Barbara Marx Barbara Marx Writer, The Journey to Kafiristan
40. Prithviraj Sukumaran Prithviraj Sukumaran Actor, Mozhi
41. Irina Demick Irina Demick Actress, The Longest Day Brunette French actress of Russian or Polish ancestry. A former model, she got her big break in films courtesy of an affair with the notorious womanizing mogul Darryl F. Zanuck, who cast her as a member of the French Resistance in The Longest Day. She played seven roles of diverse ethnicity in Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes, but thereafter pretty much faded from the scene.
42. Bill Elliott Bill Elliott Actor, The Showdown Born Gordon Nance in 1904 on a farm in Pattonsburg, Missouri -- a small town about 60 miles northeast of Kansas City -- the future "Wild Bill Elliott" grew up around horses. His father was a commissioner at the Kansas City Stockyards. and at age 16 Elliott won a first-place ribbon in that city's annual "American Royal Horse and Livestock Show." After a move to California...
43. Søren Pilmark Søren Pilmark Actor, Flickering Lights
44. Davina McCall Davina McCall Self, The Vault
45. Eva Röse Eva Röse Actress, Kopps After making the children's TV show 'Disneyklubben' she began to study acting at Teaterhögskolan in Stockholm. She graduated with a performance in Lars Norén's play 'Munich-Aten'. She has done a lot of roles for both radio and television. She is currently under contract with The Royal Dramatic Theatre...
46. David Gelb David Gelb Director, Jiro Dreams of Sushi
47. Jim Youngs Jim Youngs Actor, Footloose Jim Youngs is a native of Old Bethpage, New York. Born the youngest of four siblings into an extraordinarily gifted family, Youngs was employed as a nightclub manager, a dance instructor, and a golf pro before he decided to try his hand at acting. Purely on a lark, Jim accompanied his older sister Gail to a Manhattan casting call for the sensational coming of age cult classic The Wanderers...
48. Randy Vasquez Randy Vasquez Actor, Beverly Hills Cop
49. Ron Taylor Ron Taylor Actor, Trading Places
50. Elsa Zylberstein Elsa Zylberstein Actress, I've Loved You So Long
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