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1. Lesli Kay Lesli Kay Actress, General Hospital
2. Conchata Ferrell Conchata Ferrell Actress, Two and a Half Men It took 30 years since it was first predicted, but Conchata Ferrell finally achieved television stardom, albeit of the supporting variety, as the housekeeper "Berta" in the situation-comedy Two and a Half Men. Ferrell originally had been tipped for stardom with her turn as the prostitute "April" in the Norman Lear-produced series Hot L Baltimore...
3. Ann Magnuson Ann Magnuson Actress, Panic Room Ann Magnuson is a performance artist and one-half of the founding members of the former psychedelic rock group "Bongwater". The characters she has played before-the-camera include, David Bowie's victim in the vampire film in The Hunger, a cigarette girl in Susan Seidelman's independent film Desperately Seeking Susan...
4. Allison Hayes Allison Hayes Actress, General Hospital Anyone who loves B-movies of the 1950s appreciates this lovely actress Allison Hayes. She was born Mary Jane Hayes on March 6, 1930 in Charleston, West Virginia. The raven-haired beauty was the 1949 Washington, D.C. entry into the Miss America pageant. Shortly afterwards, Mary Jane adopted the familiar first name of Allison...
5. Jean Carson Jean Carson Actress, The Party All this shapely character "broad" had to do was open her mouth to induce laughter--and so she did, primarily on TV during the '50s and '60s. And although she milked that unmistakable rasp for all its worth, she also showed great comedy sense. Born Jean Leete on February 23, 1923, in Charleston, West Virginia...
6. Robert R. Shafer Robert R. Shafer Actor, Psycho Cop Robert Ray Shafer Jr. was born in Charleston, West Virginia, in April, 1958. His father was a heavy equipment operator and his mother a housewife. As a child he also lived in Bowie, Maryland, and graduated from high school in Romeo, Michigan, in 1976. After attending Broward College in Ft. Lauderdale...
7. T.D. Jakes T.D. Jakes Writer, Woman Thou Art Loosed
8. Kristen Ruhlin Kristen Ruhlin Actress, Missing Child After graduating from The Ohio State University with a BS in Fiber Properties, she moved to New York joining the famed Upright Citizens Brigade, forming her extensive improv background. Ruhlin, then started her NY experience with performing, The O'Neil readings at Provincetown Playhouse for artistic director...
9. Jeramie Rain Jeramie Rain Actress, The Last House on the Left Pretty and captivating brunette Jeramie Rain only appeared in three deliciously down'n'dirty low-budget 70s exploitation pictures during her regrettably brief acting career. Rain was born on August 23, 1948 in Charleston, West Virginia. Jeramie gave a superbly chilling and convincing performance as the vicious and depraved "Sadie" in Wes Craven's notoriously raw and nasty cult horror shocker...
10. Douglas Dick Douglas Dick Actor, Rope
11. Russ McCubbin Russ McCubbin Actor, Sudden Impact Russ McCubbin was born on January 16, 1935 in Charleston, West Virginia. One in a family of six children, Russ excelled at sports at Charleston High School as well as was the captain of both the track team and football team at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Virginia. McCubbin volunteered for the draft in 1954 and served for three years in the U.S...
12. John Wright John Wright Actor, McHale's Navy
13. Robert V. Barron Robert V. Barron Actor, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Tall, gaunt, rawboned character actor with deep voice, reminiscent of John Carradine. Formal education at Morris Harvey College in Charleston, West Virginia and as Theater Arts major at UCLA. Professional training at American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, and at Max Reinhardt Workshop in Los Angeles...
14. Hunter M. Via Hunter M. Via Editor, The Mist
15. Victoria Gates Victoria Gates Actress, Arrangement Victoria Gates is a Multi Award-winning American actress. She was born and raised in "Wild & Wonderful" Charleston, West Virginia and left at the age of 17 to attend the renowned Central Pennsylvania Youth ballet to pursue her dream to be a professional ballerina. After graduating High School she danced...
16. Thom Carney Thom Carney Actor, It! The Terror from Beyond Space
17. John Kruk John Kruk Self, Sunday Night Baseball John Kruk plays in the major league baseball from 1986 to 1995. During a game in 1995, he choose to retire. He plays for San Diego Padres, the Philadelphia Phillies and the Chicago White Sox.
18. Kathy Mattea Kathy Mattea Actress, Maverick
19. Eamon Hardiman Eamon Hardiman Writer, Porkchop Born in Charleston, West Virginia, Hardiman began his interest in filmmaking at an early age. After school, he spent several years as a film critic before quitting to pursue a dream of making his own movies. Hardiman has churned out a number of feature films in a very short period of time. The creator...
20. Sam Holdren Sam Holdren Producer, Audition
21. Roger Price Roger Price Self, The Name's the Same
22. Chad Carter Chad Carter Writer, McEnroe
23. Emily Chapman Emily Chapman Actress, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
24. Roger Galloway Roger Galloway Actor, Frances Character actor with a lengthy theatrical background in musicals and comedies. He toured in the Woody Allen role in "Play It Again, Sam" and as Nathan Detroit in "Guys And Dolls." He also created and produced a series of country music specials for Showtime and wrote the Legends of the West (1992) specials with Jack Palance...
25. Robert Drasnin Robert Drasnin Composer, Death of a Salesman
26. Red Sovine Red Sovine Soundtrack, The Big Town
27. J. Raymond Henderson J. Raymond Henderson Music Department, The Linkletter Show Composer, author, conductor, pianist and organist, educated at USC, and a student of Roland Diggle, Ernst Toch, Lillian Steuber, and Benjamin Britten. He was Elsa Lanchester's music director for her appearance with the US Army Band at Fort Ord, California, and for the "Billy Barnes Revue". Joining ASCAP in 1960, his compositions include "These Things Shall Be".
28. Charles Assiff Charles Assiff Actor, A Broken Hart
29. Ann Muffly Ann Muffly Actress, Flashdance
30. Eddie Clayton Eddie Clayton Actor, Her Blue, Black Eyes
31. David Roman Daniels David Roman Daniels Actor, Cheer Up, Sleepy Jean
32. Tony Brown Tony Brown Producer, Baywatch
33. Kim Chapman Kim Chapman Set Decorator, The Visitor
34. George Crumb George Crumb Composer, The Exorcist
35. Henry Payne Henry Payne Self, Washington Journal
36. Thomas A. Wilson Thomas A. Wilson Actor, Of the Flesh
37. Kevin Raines Kevin Raines Actor, Die and Let Live From the Southern hills of West Virginia, this spiring lad's world was turned around when he met Actor/Director Travis Maynard in middle school. Film was always on their mind, so they collaborated with ideas of practical jokes and skits that they called "The Tapes" and "The Movies". Those tapes and movies were not the end of their adventures...
38. Marie James Marie James Miscellaneous Crew, Zombieland
39. Daniel Dugan Daniel Dugan Actor, Slacker
40. Lewis Strauss Lewis Strauss Self, Small World
41. Alex Faulkner Alex Faulkner Camera and Electrical Department, Frail
42. Alan F. Milair Alan F. Milair Self, American Scary
43. Henry Woodward Henry Woodward Actor, The Last of the Mohicans
44. Jeffrey David Thomas Jeffrey David Thomas Actor, Real Stories of the Highway Patrol Jeffrey David Thomas was born in 1982 in Charleston, West Virginia, and moved to the small town of Hurricane, WV in 1986. In 1996, he earned a role in The Real Stories of the Highway Patrol in a reenactment. Jeff graduated in 2000 from Teays Valley Christian School, and spent the next five years studying English and Communications at West Virginia State University...
45. Rodney Hundley Rodney Hundley Self, 1981 NBA All-Star Game
46. Tim Lue Tim Lue Sound Department, The Whistleblower
47. William Lively William Lively Writer, East Side Kids
48. Jim Harrick Jim Harrick Self, The Sixth Man
49. Ally Melling Ally Melling Actress, Catholic Ghoulgirls
50. Tim Grounds Tim Grounds Actor, The Comic Book Lady
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