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1. Lori Petty Lori Petty Actress, A League of Their Own After this feisty, kinetic, highly offbeat actress from Chattanooga, Tennessee, broke into TV in the 1980s, she immediately set herself apart from the norm with the mini-movie Bates Motel. This rather inauspicious beginning would also set Lori Petty off on a career as a fighter and a misfit, types for which she would be best known...
2. Dennis Haskins Dennis Haskins Actor, A Million Ways to Die in the West Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Before pursuing a television career Dennis has worked as a music manager, agent and concert promoter. Among his customers were 'Tom Jones' and Greg Allman. He wrote a guide for actors called "Rating the Agents". On screen he had guest roles in series like The Twilight Zone or Magnum, P.I. and many more...
3. Bill McKinney Bill McKinney Actor, First Blood Bill McKinney, the movie and television character actor who was one of the great on-screen villains, was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee on September 12, 1931. He had an unsettled life as a child, moving 12 times before joining the Navy at the age of 19 during the Korean War. Once, when his family moved from Tennessee to Georgia...
4. Betty Lou Gerson Betty Lou Gerson Actress, 101 Dalmatians
5. Lewis Smith Lewis Smith Actor, Django Unchained
6. Ralphie May Ralphie May Self, Ralphie May: Austin-Tatious
7. Tom Reese Tom Reese Actor, Shadows Tom Reese (real name: Tom Allen) was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on August 8, 1928; his father and uncle were country-western singers, "The Chattanooga Boys," traveling around performing their bluegrass music with the family, including Tom, in tow. Around 1940 the Allens relocated to New York, where...
8. Tyler Kain Tyler Kain Actress, Illegal
9. Ben Curtis Ben Curtis Actor, We Are the Hartmans
10. The Lady Bunny The Lady Bunny Self, Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson With glitzy outfits, sky-high wigs, and false eyelashes long enough to embarrass even Tammy Faye Bakker, multi-talented drag artiste Lady Bunny would turn heads even if looking glamorous was his only talent. But this isn't just another man in a dress. Lady Bunny is a successful comedienne, emcee, singer...
11. Grady Sutton Grady Sutton Actor, Anchors Aweigh Grady Sutton was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He arrived in California in 1924. He got his first break in Hollywood from director William A. Seiter who used him as an extra in The Mad Whirl starring May McAvoy. Grady remained a Hollywood staple for the next 55 years. He specialized in playing naive...
12. George S. Clinton George S. Clinton Composer, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me George S. Clinton began his professional musical career as a songwriter, arranger, and session musician in Nashville, while earning degrees in music and drama at Middle Tennessee State University. The summer after graduation, George attended the Atlanta Pop Festival and, upon hearing Joe Cocker perform "With a Little Help from My Friends"...
13. Gwen Welles Gwen Welles Actress, Nashville
14. Cory Lane Cory Lane Actress, She's Under My Thumb
15. Teresa Politi Teresa Politi Actress, Nude Bowling Party
16. Travis Young Travis Young Actor, Remnant
17. Richard McKenzie Richard McKenzie Actor, Being There
18. Bessie Smith Bessie Smith Soundtrack, Kill Bill: Vol. 2
19. D. Scott Lumpkin D. Scott Lumpkin Producer, Oculus
20. Reggie White Reggie White Self, 4 Little Girls Reginald Howard White was born on December 19, 1961 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He was born to unmarried parents, Charles White and Thelma Dodd Collier. He was raised by his mother until age eight when he was placed with his grandmother, Mildred Dodd. At Howard High School, Reggie lettered in football...
21. Johnny D. Kirk Johnny D. Kirk Actor, Beyond the Ropes Kirk is a Social Science and Film graduate from Cal State University, Los Angeles, and has recently entered its Film Scriptwriting/ Photography graduate program. He was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He was an actor at a young age, he was featured in several cable and independent films, such as the History Channel's documentary; In Search of History: The Night Tulsa Burned...
22. Nancy Sloan Nancy Sloan Actress, Episode #1.376
23. Hunter Clowdus Hunter Clowdus Actor, 42 Hunter Clowdus is an American actor originally from Chattanooga, TN. He began is acting career at 18 with a supporting role on MTV's Teen Wolf. He has since worked on some of the most prestigious sets with some of the most prominent and distinguished actors in Hollywood. His work ethic is relentless and he pairs that with a genuine southern charm. The future is extremely bright for Hunter Clowdus.
24. Steve Watson Steve Watson Self, Tinseltown House
25. Joey Ray Joey Ray Actor, The Old Man and the Sea
26. Arthur Golden Arthur Golden Writer, Memoirs of a Geisha
27. Mike Monty Mike Monty Actor, Phantom Raiders
28. Frank Gibson Frank Gibson Production Manager, Lost Stallions: The Journey Home
29. Lamar Card Lamar Card Producer, Terror Train
30. Virginia Martin Virginia Martin Actress, It's Magic
31. Don Stephenson Don Stephenson Actor, Another World
32. John Kirkman John Kirkman Actor, Girl, Interrupted John was born in Tennessee in 1969. He moved around a lot as a child, living in Tennessee, North Carolina, New Jersey, California, and Connecticut. John got involved in school plays in high school and was voted Drama Club president his senior year. He attended college in Greensboro, North Carolina and Washington...
33. Bob Corker Bob Corker Self, Episode dated 1 December 2013
34. Hannibal Penney Hannibal Penney Actor, J.C.
35. David W. Leitner David W. Leitner Cinematographer, Trembling Before G-d David Leitner is a producer, cinematographer, and DP on television, feature-length documentaries and feature films. A former I.A.T.S.E. 644 Director of Photography, Leitner has photographed for documentary directors Fred Wiseman, Allan Miller, Alan Berliner, Joe Berlinger, DeWitt Sage, Oren Rudavsky...
36. Nicole O'Brian Nicole O'Brian Self, It's Okay, Run Them Over!
37. Billy Ray Brewton Billy Ray Brewton Writer, Seasons of Blood Billy Ray Brewton is a Los Angeles-based writer/director of stage and screen. He attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Until late-2013, Billy Ray had called Birmingham, Alabama home since 2002, where he founded the cutting-edge theatre company, Theatre Downtown, in 2006. At Theatre Downtown...
38. Jon Meacham Jon Meacham Self, Jon Meacham
39. Walter James Walter James Actor, The Kid Brother
40. John Zachary John Zachary Production Designer, Act of Valor
41. Leon Wagner Leon Wagner Actor, A Woman Under the Influence Leon Wagner played 12 major league seasons (1958-69) as a left handed hitting, right handed throwing outfielder for the Giants, Cardinals, Angels, Indians and White Sox. Finished his career with a lifetime batting average of .272 and 211 home runs. His best power season was 1962 when he hit 37 home runs and drove in 107 runs for the Los Angeles Angels.
42. Alvin Ridley Alvin Ridley Self, Death in a Small Town
43. Debi Moore Debi Moore Actress, Chillerama
44. John Spath John Spath Camera and Electrical Department, Boyhood
45. Richard Brooks Richard Brooks Soundtrack, La Bamba
46. Michael Seragon Michael Seragon Actor, Room for One More
47. Charles Purcell Charles Purcell Actor, The Yanks Are Coming
48. Tracy Nichole Cring Tracy Nichole Cring Cinematographer, Little Bi Peep
49. Rick Honeycutt Rick Honeycutt Self, 1988 World Series Video: Los Angeles Dodgers vs Oakland A's
50. Eddie Graham Eddie Graham Self, The Wrestler
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