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1. Jeremy Slate Jeremy Slate Actor, One Life to Live Born by the Atlantic Ocean, Jeremy Slate also had a Pacific Ocean view when he lived in Malibu, California. In between oceans he has traveled the world. He attended a military academy, joined the US Navy at 16 and was barely 18 when his destroyer joined the invasion of Normandy on D-Day (June 6, 1944)...
2. Rosalind Cash Rosalind Cash Actress, General Hospital Rosalind Cash was an actress whose career endured and flourished on stage, screen, and television, despite her staunch refusal to portray stereotypical Black roles. Ms. Cash was nominated for an Emmy for her work on the Public Broadcasting Service production of Go Tell It on the Mountain. She was popular in other highly rated television productions...
3. King Kong Bundy King Kong Bundy Actor, WrestleMania 2 King Kong Bundy was riding a win streak of 300 consecutive victories when he challenged Terry "Hulk" Hogan to the World Wrestling Federation World's Heavyweight Championship. Budy's streak was snapped when Hogan defeated him in a wild brawl.
4. Eddie Collins Eddie Collins Actor, Drums Along the Mohawk Vaudeville-veteran comic who appeared in US films only from 1938.
5. Patsy Garrett Patsy Garrett Actress, Benji
6. Lotus Long Lotus Long Actress, Phantom of Chinatown Lotus Long's father was Japanese and her mother was an ethnic Hawaiian. The family came to California in the 1920s and, because of her exotic beauty, Lotus didn't find it difficult to get into the movies and portrayed a succession of various Asian women. She took the stage name "Lotus Long", and was...
7. Albert Zugsmith Albert Zugsmith Producer, Touch of Evil
8. Jack Abramoff Jack Abramoff Self, Assignment Africa with Jack Abramoff
9. Cavada Humphrey Cavada Humphrey Actress, Thoroughly Modern Millie
10. Anne Francine Anne Francine Actress, Crocodile Dundee Anne Francine was best known for her stage portrayal of the flamboyant Vera Charles in "Mame". She played the role--her favorite--both on Broadway and in touring productions. Her long and successful career began in the nightclubs. She made her professional debut in New York at the elegant Coq Rouge...
11. Cap Somers Cap Somers Actor, The Thing from Another World Cap Somers was a bit actor and stuntman. He came to be known as Cap after returning from France during WWI as a captain in the U.S. Marine Corps. As a child who grew up around the New Jersey fisheries, he was nicknamed "Fimp" for his lispy pronunciation of shrimp. Fredrick was a descendant of the Somers Family of Somers Point...
12. Helen Forrest Helen Forrest Soundtrack, The Rocketeer Brunette Helen Forrest was born Helen Fogel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. She loved singing from early childhood and keenly listened to recordings by all the major female jazz and blues vocalists of the day. At the age of ten, Helen competed in a dance marathon and sang with her brother's band in Washington...
13. Philip Arthur Ross Philip Arthur Ross Actor, The Christmas Gift Philip Arthur Ross began his career on Broadway at age 13 in the 1983 Tony award- winning musical, "On Your Toes". His understudy in the show was his twin brother Steven Robert Ross, who performed several times during the run. After the show closed in 1984, the twins moved to Los Angeles to pursue television and film...
14. Edward McGinty Edward McGinty Actor, The Great Movers of Dust Born in the Frank Sinatra Wing of the Atlantic City Hospital in New Jersey - Edward McGinty developed an early interest in photography & film from his father, an early pioneer in Cable TV. He later took his camera on the road during his tenure as Stage Manager/MC/Roadie, with the Lollapalooza Music Festival...
15. Al Dempster Al Dempster Animation Department, Mary Poppins
16. Dave Thomas Dave Thomas Self, History on a Bun Born during the Depression to a dirt-poor single mother in Atlantic City. New Jersey, Dave Thomas was adopted as an infant by a traveling construction worker and his wife. Moving out on his own at age 15, Thomas held a succession of jobs in the food industry, starting out as a busboy and working his way up...
17. Kerri J. Baldwin Kerri J. Baldwin Actress, Dark Child the Short Film At the tender age of 5, Kerri began her acting career. She performed in several theatrical performances including The Wiz, Scrooge and KY and the Curb with The Atlantic City Childrens' Theater lead by Director, Joanna LaSane. As a child actor and model Kerri did print ads and commercials. In the early...
18. Valerie Solanas Valerie Solanas Actress, I, a Man Valerie Solanas, born in 1936, had a childhood of abuse. While taking Biology at the University of Maryland in 1957, she studied human chromosomes (there are 23 pairs). She noticed the male sex chromosomes are XY, and the female are XX. Since the Y chromosome is like the X, but with a part missing, males are more susceptible to deficiencies like baldness...
19. Steven Robert Ross Steven Robert Ross Actor, Safe Passage Steven Robert Ross began his career along with his twin brother, Philip Arthur Ross, in the South Jersey and New York Theatre, culminating with both being cast in the 1983 Tony-award winning Revival of "On Your Toes." The Ross Twins then headed west, and began working in television and film. Steven holds a BA in Theatre Arts from California State University, Northridge.
20. 'Big' LeRoy Mobley 'Big' LeRoy Mobley Actor, Black August
21. Jonathan D. Lovitz Jonathan D. Lovitz Self, Episode #2.29 Best known for his work on stages throughout the US and Europe, Jonathan took to the screen in 2010, when he began shooting "Setup Squad" for Logo TV, an MTV network. As the breakout performer in the series, Jonathan began appearing as a guest on several shows and New York based films, as well as commercials...
22. Laurence Marks Laurence Marks Writer, Studio One in Hollywood
23. Christina Johnson Christina Johnson Camera and Electrical Department, Mort
24. George DeWitt George DeWitt Actor, Lenny George DeWitt was born 30 Dec 1922, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. DeWitt's given name was George Florentine. He was the second of four children (in order; Evelyn, George, Jackie, and Rudy Florentine). DeWitt's father, Joseph, was a police sergeant with the Atlantic City Police Department. As a boy during the Great Depression...
25. Bugs Bower Bugs Bower Soundtrack, Split Personality
26. Wayne Cody Wayne Cody Self, Singles
27. Charles O'Curran Charles O'Curran Miscellaneous Crew, Road to Bali
28. Alfred Cole Alfred Cole Actor, Ali
29. Dawn Nickerson Dawn Nickerson Actress, The Director Dawn Nickerson, also known as Dawn Nickerson Fox, began singing and acting professionally at 13 years old. She appeared in Jerome Kern's off broadway production "Leave It To Jane" in 1960, playing the role of "Cori". Garson Kanin and Ruth Gordon saw her in this show and asked me to come and audition for "Do Re Mi"...
30. Ed Sabol Ed Sabol Producer, NFL Monday Night Matchup
31. Howard Dayton Howard Dayton Actor, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
32. Norman Schleiffer Norman Schleiffer Actor, 16 Blocks
33. Ted Eckel Ted Eckel Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Hallows' Eve A graduate of DeSales University with a Bachelors in Television and Film. Ted Eckel has worked on numerous film, videos and television shows throughout the east coast. Ted Eckel is experienced as an Asst. Director, Production Coordinator and Editor. He has worked on many independent projects but also projects for companies such as HBO...
34. Stephen Steelman Stephen Steelman Actor, Busgirl
35. Paul 'Skinny' D'Amato Paul 'Skinny' D'Amato Uncategorised
36. Jason Maddox Jason Maddox Producer, Surreal Lounge
37. Bob Merrill Bob Merrill Soundtrack, American Beauty
38. Jordan Hunter Jordan Hunter Actress, Gone
39. Harvey W. Mason Harvey W. Mason Music Department, Ratatouille
40. Albert Akst Albert Akst Editor, Meet Me in St. Louis Former saxophone player for the Meyer Davis orchestra, he worked as a musician in vaudeville until 1930. He joined Metro as a short subjects film cutter and worked his way up to one of the top editors of the company.
41. Edwin Blum Edwin Blum Writer, Stalag 17 Edwin Harvey Blum grew up in San Francisco and moved to Los Angeles in 1933 with hopes of a screenwriting career in Hollywood. He was initially employed as ghost writer and assistant to Ernest Pascal, who later served as third president of the Screen Writers Guild (1935 to 1937). In 1938, Blum was hired under contract by 20th Century Fox...
42. John Topa John Topa Actor, Mafioso
43. Harry Carroll Harry Carroll Soundtrack, Awakenings Songwriter ("I'm Always Chasing Rainbows", "By the Beautiful Sea"), pianist and composer, he was a pianist in film theatres and in cafes and vaudeville, and later an arranger for music publishers. He was a contract writer for Winter Garden productions, and wrote the Broadway stage scores for "The Passing Show of 1914"...
44. Joanne Ruscella Joanne Ruscella Actress, The Karaoke King
45. Matthew Bekoff Matthew Bekoff Art Department, Evolution
46. Phil Maturano Phil Maturano Actor, Scotch and Milk
47. James E. Hinton James E. Hinton Cinematographer, Identity Crisis
48. Bill Campbell Bill Campbell Self, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles
49. Matthew Solari Matthew Solari Actor, Vanished Acres
50. George A. Smathers George A. Smathers Self, JACK: The Last Kennedy Film
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