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1. Dermot Mulroney Dermot Mulroney Actor, My Best Friend's Wedding Since being discovered at Northwestern University by a Hollywood talent agent 28 years ago, Dermot Mulroney has been seen in over 70 films. Mulroney is a classically trained cellist who began playing in Alexandria, Virginia's public school system when he was 7 years old. He plays with the scoring orchestras...
2. Diane Neal Diane Neal Actress, Dracula II: Ascension Diane Neal was born in Alexandria, Virginia. She moved to Littleton, Colorado, when her father was promoted to the position of federal attorney in Denver. She is the youngest of three daughters. Diane was a pre-med major in University, before leaving to pursue modeling, thus allowing her to travel the world.
3. Casey Wilson Casey Wilson Actress, Gone Girl
4. Diedrich Bader Diedrich Bader Actor, Office Space Diedrich Bader was born in Alexandria, Virginia, but moved to Paris, France, with his family at age two. While in the "City of Light" he developed an appreciation for movie legends like Fred Astaire and Charles Chaplin. So, when a fragile "Chaplin" movie reel burned in the theater's projector, four-year-old...
5. Donna Dixon Donna Dixon Actress, Wayne's World Donna was raised in Lorton, Virginia, where her father owned the local nightclub, "Hillbilly Heaven". She was working as a model and attending college when she landed her first regular role on TV's Bosom Buddies. While filming Doctor Detroit, she met and married co-star Dan Aykroyd. She has since fluctuated between TV and film work, frequently appearing with her husband.
6. Emily Peachey Emily Peachey Actress, The Fault in Our Stars
7. Zachary Knighton Zachary Knighton Actor, The Hitcher
8. Kiely Williams Kiely Williams Self, Doin' Time in Suite 2330
9. Mackenzie Phillips Mackenzie Phillips Actress, Guiding Light Mackenzie Phillips was known for her role in the 1973 hit movie American Graffiti. Two years later, she got the role that changed her life in the 1975 sitcom One Day at a Time. The show was an instant success, and everything was going well until the third season was launched, when she was arrested for cocaine possession and lied about the incident on her uncredited appearance on Dinah and Her New Best Friends...
10. John Wells John Wells Writer, Shameless
11. Kieran Mulroney Kieran Mulroney Writer, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
12. Mia Cottet Mia Cottet Actress, The Tuxedo Born in Virginia, Mia left home at 14 to study at the School of American Ballet in New York. Ballet was not to be her life, however, and, after touring the world's most glamorous hot-spots as a showgirl, she made the transition into acting. Since hitting Hollywood, Mia has enjoyed playing roles on the big screen in Intolerable Cruelty directed by the Coen brothers...
13. Rolf Saxon Rolf Saxon Actor, Saving Private Ryan
14. Gary Beach Gary Beach Actor, The Producers Tony winner ("The Producers") and popular Broadway veteran Gary Beach is a native of Alexandria, Virginia and a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts. He and his partner, Jeff Barnett, live in New York City. Beach received the 2001 Tony Award, as well as the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards...
15. Arnold Chon Arnold Chon Stunts, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Arnold Chon began his training at the age of 5 at the Jhoon Rhee Institute in Virginia. Arnold received his black belt at the age of 11 while training equally hard in gymnastics. Arnold became an Extreme Martial Arts competitor and conquered the competitive martial arts circuit, eventually becoming a NASKA champion and two time Junior Olympic gold medalist in Tae Kwon Do...
16. Rich Hall Rich Hall Writer, The 11 O'Clock Show
17. Mark Semos Mark Semos Miscellaneous Crew, Captain America: The Winter Soldier
18. Reed Birney Reed Birney Actor, Another World
19. Grant Pierce Myers Grant Pierce Myers Writer, The Maze Runner
20. Stewart Copeland Stewart Copeland Composer, Wall Street
21. Juan-Pablo Veza Juan-Pablo Veza Actor, Killing Kennedy Juan-Pablo is an American actor, born in the Washington, DC metropolitan area on April 3, 1982. His father, Victor, is from Bolivia and his mother, Mary Lou, from Nicaragua. As the middle son of three, Juan was no stranger to competitive sports and theatrics during his formative years. In addition to his involvement in athletics...
22. Johnathan Rice Johnathan Rice Soundtrack, Walk the Line
23. Christina Chambers Christina Chambers Actress, As the World Turns
24. Christopher Dillon Quinn Christopher Dillon Quinn Director, God Grew Tired of Us
25. Willard Scott Willard Scott Self, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
26. Neko Case Neko Case Soundtrack, The Astronaut Farmer
27. Tim Susco Tim Susco Miscellaneous Crew, The Woodsman
28. Megan Young Megan Young Actress, Astro Mayabang
29. Jess Manafort Jess Manafort Director, Remember the Daze Jessica Manafort was born on June 13, 1982 in Alexandria, Virginia where she grew up in the historic Mount Vernon district. She attended St. Mary's Elementary School where she met and forged a lifelong friendship with fellow Liminality filmmaker, Caitlin Murphy. It was while attending, Mount Vernon High School that Jessica met the members of the band Over It who also appear in Liminality...
30. Hunter Ellis Hunter Ellis Self, 3D Safari: Africa
31. Donté Bonner Donté Bonner Actor, Sydney White
32. Joe Williams Joe Williams Stunts, The Dark Knight Rises
33. Mark Vargo Mark Vargo Camera and Electrical Department, 3:10 to Yuma
34. Charis Boyle Charis Boyle Self, Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 2004 Buxom, sexy, and slinky blonde stunner Charis Boyle was born on August 31, 1976 in Alexandria, Virginia. Her father Beau is Dutch and her mother Susan is of mixed English and Cherokee Indian descent. Charis began participating in professional competitive horse riding at age seven. An accomplished equestrienne...
35. Elizabeth Tyson Elizabeth Tyson Miscellaneous Crew, X-Men Origins: Wolverine
36. J.M. Davey J.M. Davey Sound Department, Adam
37. E.H. Calvert E.H. Calvert Actor, Beyond the Law
38. Robert Randolph Caton Robert Randolph Caton Actor, Tears
39. Cameron Fay Cameron Fay Writer, Tom's War on Terror
40. George Fawcett George Fawcett Actor, The Son of the Sheik A grand, stoic presence of the silent screen, George Fawcett was an immensely popular stage thespian both here and in London at the turn of the century. During his heyday his eloquence rivaled that of both Lionel Barrymore and John Barrymore. A graduate of Virginia University, he was a formidable fixture under the Broadway lights...
41. Robert Latham Brown Robert Latham Brown Production Manager, Robin Hood: Men in Tights
42. Billy Lloyd Billy Lloyd Actor, The Ring Billy started acting when he was in a 4th grade play. His 4th grade teacher encouraged him to get an agent and manager. He continued to do community theatre and has had multiple lead roles in plays. He also has done numerous commercials both national and regional spots. He even played a bad guy in "The New Detectives" on the Discovery Channel...
43. Kat Hess Kat Hess Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, 21 & Over
44. Kelly McCracken Kelly McCracken Actor, Static
45. Chris Dingess Chris Dingess Producer, The Other Side of the Tracks
46. Mildred Langford Mildred Langford Actress, Lot Lizards
47. Michael Mihm Michael Mihm Actor, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
48. Walter E. Myal Walter E. Myal Miscellaneous Crew, The Avengers
49. Madison Michele Madison Michele Self, Episode dated 13 December 2006 Madison Michele is an on-air host and entertainment correspondent for TV Guide Network, serving as the daily anchor for the network's signature program, "Hollywood 411," and other specials and red carpet coverage. She has covered the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Emmys, Tonys and American Music Awards...
50. Paul Busetti Paul Busetti Producer, Cannibal Cheerleader Camp
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