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1. Alexandra Breckenridge Alexandra Breckenridge Actress, She's the Man Alex Breckenridge was born on May 15 1982 in Darien, Connecticut before moving to California when she was 12. Breckenridge first got an interest in acting at 13 when she performed in local theater productions and soon moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career. Her first film was the independent comedy picture Locust Valley...
2. Robert Mitchum Robert Mitchum Actor, The Night of the Hunter Robert Mitchum was an underrated American leading man of enormous ability, who sublimated his talents beneath an air of disinterest. He was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to Ann Harriet (Gunderson), a Norwegian immigrant, and James Thomas Mitchum, a shipyard/railroad worker. His father died in a train accident when he was two...
3. John Ratzenberger John Ratzenberger Actor, WALL·E John started the improvisational comedy group, "Sal's Meat Market", in Bridgeport, Connecticut, while a student at Sacred Heart University, located in Fairfield/Bridgeport, Connecticut. He was later affiliated with the ensemble group, "The Downtown Cabaret". Coincidentally, he was a friend of Susan Ryan...
4. Brian Dennehy Brian Dennehy Actor, Ratatouille Imposing, barrel-chested and now silver-haired Brian Dennehy is a prolific US actor, well respected on both screen and stage for the best part of 25 years. He was born in July 1938 in Bridgeport, CT, and attended Columbia University in New York City on a football scholarship. He majored in history, before moving on to Yale to study dramatic arts...
5. John Mayer John Mayer Soundtrack, The Bucket List
6. Richard Belzer Richard Belzer Actor, Scarface A social misfit, was kicked out of every school he ever attended, due to his uncontrollable wit. His mother (Frances) died of breast cancer when Richard was 18. His father (Charles) committed suicide when he was 22. A dedication is written to him in Richard Belzer's "UFO's, JFK, and Elvis: Conspiracies You Don't Have To Be Crazy To Believe" (Ballantine Books, 1999).
7. Bill Smitrovich Bill Smitrovich Actor, Iron Man Connecticut-born actor Bill Smitrovich (on May 16, 1947) started his acting career rather late. A Masters degree holder from Smith College and a former acting teacher at the University of Massachusetts, the hefty actor earned his big break in an understudy role in the world premiere of Arthur Miller's "The American Clock" at the Spoleto Festival...
8. Deborah Walley Deborah Walley Actress, Benji Deborah Walley was chosen Photoplay Magazine's Most Popular Actress in 1961, the year her Gidget Goes Hawaiian movie was released. Never entirely happy that she had been typecast as a "Gidget," she did nonetheless appreciate that her performances and the persona she rendered had made a lasting and very favorable impression on the movie-going public...
9. Adriana Caselotti Adriana Caselotti Actress, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Adriana was born into an operatic family - her father Guido, an immigrant from Italy, taught music in New York City, her mother Maria (from Naples) sang at the Royal Opera, and a sister Louise was a noted opera singer and voice teacher. She was 18 when Walt Disney personally chose her for the voice of Snow White in his first full length animated feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs...
10. John Mitchum John Mitchum Actor, Dirty Harry John Newman Mitchum was the September child of a Norwegian mother and an Irish/Blackfoot father whom he never knew, as he was killed in a tragic train yard accident in 1919. His two-years-older brother Robert filled the role as best as he could, while their older sister Annette studied the lively arts and eventually joined a traveling vaudeville team...
11. Joe Berlinger Joe Berlinger Producer, Metallica: Some Kind of Monster Academy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy and Peabody winning filmmaker Joe Berlinger has been a leading voice in nonfiction film and television for two decades. Berlinger's films include the landmark documentaries BROTHER'S KEEPER, the PARADISE LOST Trilogy, which helped lead to the recent release of the wrongfully-convicted West Memphis Three...
12. Tony Musante Tony Musante Actor, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage Handsome, rugged, and talented Italian-American actor Tony Musante was born on June 30, 1936 in Bridgeport, Connecticut to an accountant father and a school teacher mother. He attended both Northwestern University and Oberlin College. Tony worked as a school teacher prior to beginning his acting career in Off-Broadway theater in 1960...
13. Larry Kramer Larry Kramer Writer, The Normal Heart
14. Dan Curtis Dan Curtis Writer, Dark Shadows
15. Deja Kreutzberg Deja Kreutzberg Actress, To Save a Life
16. Gary Howard Klar Gary Howard Klar Actor, Big
17. Julie Mitchum Julie Mitchum Actress, House on Haunted Hill
18. Rick Lawless Rick Lawless Actor, Slappy and the Stinkers
19. Harold Bridgeforth Harold Bridgeforth Actor, Foster Harold Albert Bridgeforth was born in Bridgeport CT to parents Harold Bert Bridgeforth and Sylvia Elaine Bridgeforth. At an early age Harold possessed advanced skills in the arts and showed an interest in acting and entertainment. After graduating from Stratford High School in 2001, Harold explored modeling and acting and graduated from John Casablancas Modeling and Career center in 2002...
20. Ed Warren Ed Warren Writer, The Haunted After being discharged from the U.S. Navy after World War II, Ed Warren was an itinerant house and sign painter traveling around New England. However, with his wife Lorraine Warren, née Lorraine Moran, he became known as a demonologist employed in investigating reports of haunted houses. They...
21. Lance Paul Lance Paul Producer, Realm of Souls Lance Paul was born on November 15, 1985 in Bridgeport, Connecticut to parents Vicki Jo Hoover and Robert Paul Hoover. Lance was raised in Naples, FL with his younger sister Savanna Leigh and Dallas. His late uncle was a theatre teacher at the local high school and was Lance's main influence into the acting world...
22. Hank Stohl Hank Stohl Actor, Capricorn One
23. Syesha Mercado Syesha Mercado Self, Episode #1.1
24. Susannah Bianchi Susannah Bianchi Actress, American Loser
25. Arline Judge Arline Judge Actress, The Sin of Harold Diddlebock Educated in a Catholic convent, Arline Judge began her career as a dancer in the act of entertainer Jimmy Durante. She met director Wesley Ruggles on a train; he got her started in films and then married her. Her career was spent mostly in low-budget B pictures. However, she did gain a measure of fame for having been married and divorced eight times.
26. Alicia Calaway Alicia Calaway Self, Countdown to Africa
27. Chris Pardal Chris Pardal Actor, Abducted Chris was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut and moved to Florida at the age of 15. He was a professional dancer in the early to mid-nineties as a "house" dancer for clubs in the Tampa Bay area. He also danced with "Todd Heffner & Company" and in several Florida Hip-Hop groups. He toured in Connecticut...
28. Robert McQueeney Robert McQueeney Actor, Pilot After leaving acting, Bob McQueeney became a golf pro. After he and his wife separated, he studied to be a Catholic priest. He was ordained and for the last twenty years of his life served as the director of the Padre Pio Foundation in Cromwell, Connecticut. His wife Patricia became one of Hollywood's most popular agents.
29. Robert Don Robert Don Actor, The Talent
30. Vic Savage Vic Savage Actor, The Creeping Terror
31. Bruce Rasmussen Bruce Rasmussen Producer, Pilot
32. John Forrest John Forrest Actor, Great Expectations
33. Lisa Addario Lisa Addario Writer, Surf's Up
34. Charles Zucker Charles Zucker Actor, Teen Wolf
35. Ann Marie Lee Ann Marie Lee Actress, The Fly II
36. George Marcy George Marcy Actor, Enchanted
37. Charles Schnee Charles Schnee Writer, Red River
38. Janet Sarno Janet Sarno Actress, Requiem for a Dream
39. B.P. Schulberg B.P. Schulberg Producer, The Last Command One of the most powerful men in Hollywood during the 1920's, Benjamin Percival Schulberg began his career as a reporter on the streets of New York. He had his first fling with the film industry after being hired as an assistant editor for a movie magazine. This work later enticed him to write several screenplays of his own...
40. Tom McGowan Tom McGowan Director, Night Train to Terror
41. Brandon Stoddard Brandon Stoddard Producer, You Know My Name
42. Vinnie Vincent Vinnie Vincent Soundtrack, A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
43. Yamilet Hidalgo Yamilet Hidalgo Actress, The Specialist
44. Carnell Breeding Carnell Breeding Self, The Guardians
45. Frankie Michaels Frankie Michaels Actor, As the World Turns
46. Rob Dibble Rob Dibble Self, 100 Years of the World Series
47. Patricia McQueeney Patricia McQueeney Thanks, Firewall
48. Calvin O. Butts III Calvin O. Butts III Self, The Central Park Five
49. Gary Ray Gary Ray Actor, Desperately Seeking Susan
50. Mimi Benzell Mimi Benzell Self, Episode #3.5
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