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1. John Travolta John Travolta Actor, Pulp Fiction One of six children born to Helen Travolta and Salvatore Travolta, John Travolta grew up in Englewood, New Jersey. His father owned a tire repair shop called Travolta Tires in Hillsdale, NJ. Travolta appeared in a local production of "Who'll Save the Plowboy?". His mother enrolled him in a drama school in New York...
2. Molly Ringwald Molly Ringwald Actress, Sixteen Candles Molly released an album at the age of 6 entitled, "I Wanna Be Loved By You, Molly Sings". She is the youngest daughter of Bob Ringwald, the blind jazz pianist. At age five she starred in a stage production of "Alice in Wonderland", playing the dormouse.
3. Susan Egan Susan Egan Actress, Spirited Away
4. Matt Dillon Matt Dillon Actor, There's Something About Mary Originally a teen star (generally in "troubled youth" roles), who has since matured into one of Hollywood's most enjoyable actors to watch on screen with a wonderful versatility in his acting range, tall, lean and handsome Matt Dillon was born in February 1964 in New Rochelle, New York, and was discovered by pure chance...
5. Cybill Shepherd Cybill Shepherd Actress, Taxi Driver Cybill Lynne Shepherd was born in Memphis, Tennessee, to Patty, a homemaker, and William Shepherd, a small business owner. Named after her grandfather, Cy, and her father, Bill, Shepherd's career began at a young age in modeling, when she won the "Miss Teenage Memphis" contest in 1966 and the "Model of the Year" contest in 1968...
6. John Hughes John Hughes Writer, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
7. Malese Jow Malese Jow Actress, The Social Network Malese Jow, originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, has developed into an actress, songstress, and entertainer. Malese began her acting career in 1999 with McDonald's commercials when the head of advertising heard her sing and booked her in several spots and jingles. Then in 2002, at the ripe age of 11, Malese...
8. Maiara Walsh Maiara Walsh Actress, The Starving Games
9. Genelle Williams Genelle Williams Actress, Orphan
10. Jack Palance Jack Palance Actor, Batman He exemplified evil incarnate on film -- portraying some of the most intense and gripping villains witnessed in 50s westerns and melodrama -- and Jack Palance went on to win Oscar "Best Supporting Actor" nominations for two of them. It would take a grizzled, eccentric comic performance 40 years later, however, in order to grab the coveted statuette...
11. Ike Barinholtz Ike Barinholtz Actor, Disaster Movie
12. George Kennedy George Kennedy Actor, Cool Hand Luke A World War II veteran, sandy-haired, tall and burly George Kennedy at one stage in his career cornered the market at playing tough, no-nonsense characters who were either quite crooked or possessed hearts of gold. Kennedy has notched up an impressive 200+ appearances in both TV and film, and is well respected within the Hollywood community...
13. Kristoffer Polaha Kristoffer Polaha Actor, Home Base
14. Vanna White Vanna White Self, Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult
15. Jayne Atkinson Jayne Atkinson Actress, Free Willy
16. Greta Scacchi Greta Scacchi Actress, The Player Her mother, Pamela Carsinga, is an English dancer and her father, Luca Scacchi Gracco, an Italian painter. She grew up in Milan and later moves to London. In 1975, her parents moved to Australia, and Greta worked as a cowgirl and an Italian interpreter. At age 18, she returned to London and followed lessons at the Old-Vic Theatre...
17. Milos Forman Milos Forman Director, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Because his parents died in the Nazi concentration camp of Auschwitz, Jan Tomás became an orphan very early on. Later, he studied screen-writing at the Prague Film Academy (F.A.M.U.). In his Czechoslovakian films, Black Peter, Loves of a Blonde, and The Firemen's Ball, he created his own style of comedy...
18. Sinéad Cusack Sinéad Cusack Actress, V for Vendetta
19. Todd Lasance Todd Lasance Actor, Victory
20. Christo Jivkov Christo Jivkov Actor, The Passion of the Christ
21. Dr. Dre Dr. Dre Soundtrack, Training Day Considered by many to be hip-hop's greatest producer, Dr. Dre (b. André Young, February 18, 1965) pioneered gangsta hip-hop and his own variation of the sound, dubbed G-Funk. His very early albums were violent but cautionary tales of the criminal mind, but Dre's records with NWA celebrated the hedonistic...
22. Chelsea Hobbs Chelsea Hobbs Actress, Snow Queen Chelsea Hobbs was born in Vancouver, Canada and has been singing, dancing and acting almost as soon as she could walk, performing for anyone who would grant her audience. Chelsea's formal training began at the age of 3, when she started dancing _ hours a day, 6 days a week. Her parents, after divorcing when Chelsea was only 7...
23. Julie Strain Julie Strain Actress, Heavy Metal 2000
24. Tom Wisdom Tom Wisdom Actor, 300
25. Logan Miller Logan Miller Actor, The Bling Ring
26. Skin Diamond Skin Diamond Actress, Runaway Stunning 5'5" brunette Skin Diamond was born Raylin Christensen on February 18, 1987 in Ventura, California. She's of mixed German / Danish / Czech / Yugoslavian / Ethiopean descent. She moved with her family to Scotland when she was four years old and lived in the town of Dunfermline for almost 20 years...
27. Nadine Labaki Nadine Labaki Actress, Caramel
28. Christopher Sieber Christopher Sieber Actor, Morning Glory He attended Forest Lake High School and, after graduating, set out for New York to study acting at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Sieber made his television series debut in Two of a Kind. In regional theatre, he has been involved in a string of world premiere musicals, including Randy Newman's "Faust" at La Jolla Playhouse...
29. Alessandra Mastronardi Alessandra Mastronardi Actress, To Rome with Love
30. Tammy Macintosh Tammy Macintosh Actress, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars
31. Jillian Michaels Jillian Michaels Self, Jillian Michaels - 30 Day Shred
32. Mari Morrow Mari Morrow Actress, One Life to Live Morrow grew up in Miami, Florida. She made her television debut appearance in 1992 as Wendy Mallow on the popular television program, Baywatch. From 1995 to 1996, she portrayed Rachel Gannon on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live. Morrow also had a recurring appearance on the sitcom, Family Matters as Darius McCrary (Eddie)'s girlfriend and then ex-girlfriend...
33. Sarah Brown Sarah Brown Actress, Big Momma's House 2 Three-time Emmy-winning actress Sarah Brown began her acting career at the prestigious Los Angeles High School for the Performing Arts. On her nineteenth birthday, Sarah began her professional acting career when she was chosen as the series lead on the popular children's series V.R. Troopers, which aired worldwide...
34. Melinda Shankar Melinda Shankar Actress, Trigger Melinda Leanna Shankar is a Guyanese-Canadian actress best known for playing Alli Bhandari from the beginning of Season 8 in Degrassi: The Next Generation and Indira "Indie" Mehta on YTV series, 'How to be Indie.' Melinda made her starring mark in 2008 in the 8th season of Degrassi as Alli Bhandari...
35. Mary Ure Mary Ure Actress, Where Eagles Dare An enchantingly beautiful, luminous blonde, Mary Ure was born in Glasgow in 1933. Her first film was Zoltan Korda's Storm Over the Nile, a misfiring remake of The Four Feathers. Next was Windom's Way - a tale of rubber plantation strikes and marital strife, but more significant events had been occurring off-screen...
36. Emelia Burns Emelia Burns Actress, The Condemned
37. Allan Melvin Allan Melvin Actor, Bermuda Triangle Tangle
38. Neil Fingleton Neil Fingleton Actor, X-Men: First Class
39. Heidi Mark Heidi Mark Actress, The Young and the Restless
40. Jessie Ward Jessie Ward Actress, Rest Stop: Don't Look Back Jessie Ward was born in New Jersey on February 18, 1982. She is a classically trained ballerina and began studying ballet seriously at the age of nine. She lived and studied at the School of American Ballet as a teenager and attended high school at the Professional Children's School in New York. She was chosen as the highest-scoring dancer in the US by Britain's Royal Academy of Dancing...
41. Yoko Ono Yoko Ono Self, Imagine: John Lennon Yoko Ono was born on February 18, 1933, in her ancestral estate in Tokyo. Her father, named Eisuke Ono, was the descendant of a 9th Century Emperor of Japan. Her mother, named Isoko Yasuda Ono, was the granddaughter of Zenijiro Yasuda, the founder of Yasuda Bank. Yoko was 2 years old when she was brought to California...
42. Kathy Coleman Kathy Coleman Actress, Cha-Ka Kathleen Coleman was born on February 18, 1962. Her claim to fame is for her portrayal of "Holly Marshall" on Land of the Lost, a show which first ran on Saturday mornings on NBC from September 1974 to December 1976. Her straight bangs and braids, along with her red and white checked shirt and corduroys became her trademark...
43. E. Roger Mitchell E. Roger Mitchell Actor, Flight E. Roger Mitchell grew up in Miami, Florida, but now lives in Atlanta, Georgia. He received a B.A. in English and Drama from Claflin University, class of 1993. Roger was named in the Who's Who Among Americas Colleges and Universities in 1992. He then continued his education at the Alliance Theatre Professional...
44. Tracey E. Edmonds Tracey E. Edmonds Producer, Good Luck Chuck Tracey Edmonds, a 20-year veteran of the entertainment industry, has established herself as an award-winning producer, savvy business mogul and accomplished studio executive. She has created and produced groundbreaking projects for television, music and film both independently and with major studios...
45. Jess Walton Jess Walton Actress, The Peace Killers
46. Shane Hurlbut Shane Hurlbut Cinematographer, Terminator Salvation Shane Hurlbut, ASC is a cinematographer with 18 feature films to his credit, including Need for Speed (March 2014), Act of Valor, Terminator Salvation, We Are Marshall, Greatest Game Ever Played and Drumline. The American Society of Cinematographers nominated Hurlbut in 1998 for Best Cinematography in the category of Television Movie/Miniseries on his very first feature...
47. Adolphe Menjou Adolphe Menjou Actor, Paths of Glory The words "suave" and "debonair" became synonymous with the name Adolphe Menjou in Hollywood, both on- and off-camera. The epitome of knavish, continental charm and sartorial opulence, Menjou, complete with trademark waxy black mustache, evolved into one of Hollywood's most distinguished of artists and fashion plates...
48. Jeanette Hain Jeanette Hain Actress, The Reader Jeanette Hain was born in Munich. While studying at the School of Television and Film in Munich, the by chance meeting with director Sherry Hormann made her childhood dream come true by resulting in her first leading part in "Die Cellistin - Liebe und Verhängnis". Since then she has been not only playing in German and international films, but also on stage to highly critical acclaim...
49. Edward Arnold Edward Arnold Actor, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Born Gunther Schneider in New York City in 1890, Edward Arnold began his acting career on the New York stage and became a film actor in 1916. A burly man with a commanding style and superb baritone voice, he was a popular screen personality for decades, and was the star of such film classics as Diamond Jim...
50. István Szabó István Szabó Director, Sunshine Istvan Szabo is the best-known and one of the most critically acclaimed Hungarian film directors of the past few decades. In the 1960s and '70s he directed auteur films in Hungarian, which explore his own generation's experiences and recent Hungarian history (Apa (1966); Szerelmesfilm (1970); Tuzoltó utca 25...
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