21 names.

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1. Alexis Knapp Alexis Knapp Actress, Pitch Perfect Alexis Knapp hails from Allegheny in Pennsylvania. She worked as a model before breaking into acting, starting with small roles in Couples Retreat and Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. She also came to public attention during a high-profile relationship with Ryan Phillippe, which ended in November 2010. In July 2011...
2. Anne Jackson Anne Jackson Actress, The Shining
3. Martha Graham Martha Graham Self, Night Journey American dancer and choreographer Martha Graham was a revolutionary artist of modern dance in the early 20th century. Born in Allegheny, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in May 1894, her family moved to California when she was 10. She was inspired at that early age to become a dancer when she saw Ruth St. Denis perform her exotic "Epytia" modern dance in 1914...
4. Lois Weber Lois Weber Director, Suspense Lois Weber, who had been a street-corner evangelist before entering motion pictures in 1905, became the first American woman movie director of note, and a major one at that. Herbert Blaché, the husband of Frenchwoman Alice Guy, the first woman to direct a motion picture (and arguably, the first director of either gender to helm a fictional narrative film)...
5. Gertrude Stein Gertrude Stein Writer, O Cinema Falado Gertrude Stein was the fifth child in the Daniel and Amelia Stein family. She grew up in a trilingual environment, spending her childhood in Vienna and Paris, then living in California. She graduated from Radcliffe College and went to the Medical School at Johns Hopkins University for 2 years. She continued her medical studies in Europe...
6. Stanley Fields Stanley Fields Actor, Little Caesar Former boxer who worked in vaudeville, Fields found work as an American character actor.
7. Harry Todd Harry Todd Actor, Alkali Ike's Auto
8. Hal Skelly Hal Skelly Actor, The Struggle Dancer Hal Skelly was born in Wisconsin in 1892, he left home at 15 to join a circus, went with 17 to comedy, toured with light opera China and Japan, joined after that Dockstader's minstrels, made his Broadway debut in 1918 in "Fiddlers Three". His biggest success was the play "Burlesque", what was filmed as "Dance of Life"...
9. Lesser Samuels Lesser Samuels Writer, Ace in the Hole
10. Cyrus Townsend Brady Cyrus Townsend Brady Writer, Vengeance - and the Woman Cyrus Brady, an Episcopal minister, was a successful author, with over 100 books to his credit, and went to work for Vitagraph in 1914 as a screenwriter. He wrote everything from romances to action pictures, and even took on the serial genre. His brother, Jasper Ewing Brady, was also a screenwriter, first for Vitagraph and then for Metro. Cyrus died in Yonkers, NY, in 1920.
11. Bob Pepper Bob Pepper Actor, The Hidden Eye
12. Herbert Summer Herbert Summer Actor, Night of the Living Dead
13. Charles M. Kirk Charles M. Kirk Art Director, Orphans of the Storm
14. Regis Survinski Regis Survinski Special Effects, Night of the Living Dead
15. Elizabeth Fisher Elizabeth Fisher Self, Money Talks
16. Lulu Glaser Lulu Glaser Actress, Love's Pilgrimage to America
17. Herbert W. Browar Herbert W. Browar Producer, The Clampetts Strike Oil
18. Bartley Campbell Bartley Campbell Writer, Siberia
19. Margaret Deland Margaret Deland Writer, Smouldering Fires
20. Eugene Grennan Eugene Grennan Self, Enola Gay and the Atomic Bombing of Japan
21. Bob Reel McKee Bob Reel McKee Actor, Framed!
21 names.