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1. Maria Pitillo Maria Pitillo Actress, Godzilla Maria Pitillo was born in Elmira, NY, and grew up in Mahwah, NJ. She is of Italian and Irish descent. Known primarily for her role as Audrey Timmonds in the monster flick Godzilla (1998), Maria got into show business after being invited by a girlfriend to audition for a part in a TV commercial. After a few tryouts...
2. Jason Butler Harner Jason Butler Harner Actor, Non-Stop
3. Jeanine Pirro Jeanine Pirro Self, Justice w/Judge Jeanine
4. Hal Roach Hal Roach Producer, The Little Rascals Hal Roach was born in 1892 in Elmira, New York. After working as a mule skinner, wrangler and gold prospector, among other things, he wound up in Hollywood and began picking up jobs as an extra in comedies, where he met comedian Harold Lloyd in 1913 in San Diego. By all accounts, including his own...
5. Tommy Hilfiger Tommy Hilfiger Self, The Cut
6. Chip Coffey Chip Coffey Self, Paranormal State Chip began modeling when he was two years old and acting at age five. He has an extensive theatre resume, consisting of over 150 roles on stage. He has also appeared in numerous local, regional and national commercials. Chip graduated from Elmira College in Elmira, New York, where he studied with noted director Peg Denithorne and was a classmate of Keith MacKechnie...
7. Bob Waterfield Bob Waterfield Self, Screen Snapshots: WAIF International Ball
8. Beth Phoenix Beth Phoenix Actress, WWE Raw
9. Eric Hollenbeck Eric Hollenbeck Miscellaneous Crew, The Avengers
10. Jack Rube Clifford Jack Rube Clifford Actor, 45 Minutes from Hollywood Jack Clifford (born John Clifford Cooley in 1888) had what one might call a "challenged childhood." He was in two orphanages, and seven foster homes from New York to Texas. Despite the early obstacles he became an American "headliner" (Orpheum Circuit) vaudeville performer, who was evidently pretty good...
11. William Reynolds William Reynolds Editor, The Godfather New York-born William Reynolds was a self-effacing editor with a distinguished sixty-year career in the motion picture industry, noted for his unobtrusive, seamless work on movies of every genre, from romantic melodramas to gangster films. A graduate of Princeton University, he started in the business...
12. Larry Geller Larry Geller Miscellaneous Crew, Elvis Prior to meeting Elvis Presley, Larry Geller worked with Jay Sebring, one of the top men's hairstylists and cultural innovators in the US. Together they opened the very first styling salon for men in the country. Some of their clients included Frank Sinatra, Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Peter Sellers, Roy Orbison, Sam Cook, Marlon Brando; they worked with many of the top celebrities in Hollywood...
13. Burt Gillett Burt Gillett Director, The Woody Woodpecker Show
14. Todd Michael Smith Todd Michael Smith Actor, Splatter Farm Over the years Todd Michael Smith has become as infamous as his horror films. Smith has been an independent filmmaker for the past twenty five years. At the age of fourteen he joined the legendary Polonia Brothers making small independent horror films including the now infamous Splatter Farm. Eventually he broke out on his own forming his own production company Regal Studios...
15. Wendell Craig Wendell Craig Actor, Zelig
16. Emma McLaughlin Emma McLaughlin Writer, The Nanny Diaries
17. Betsy Dyer Betsy Dyer Actress, Stalker's Dating Guide Betsy Dyer's hometown is the same as Hal Roach the creator of the little rascals a pre-Disney children's production company. In fact, Hal Roach productions still does all the Disney filming. Her hometown also recently got noticed for the movie filming of first black Hiesman trophy winner Ernie 'the train' Davis...
18. Robert Waterfield Robert Waterfield Producer, The King and Four Queens
19. Kirt Manwaring Kirt Manwaring Self, Sunday Night Baseball
20. Jay Fassett Jay Fassett Actor, The Cheat
21. Clyde Fitch Clyde Fitch Writer, Beau Brummell Born into an upper-class family in Elmira, NY, the son of an army officer and an indulging socialite, Clyde Fitch would become the first major American playwright, ending European-sourced dominance of the American stage (somewhat ironic, seeing that many of his plays were set abroad). His career would barely span 20 years...
22. Jason Wise Jason Wise Actor, Saturday Night Live
23. Clara Clemens Clara Clemens
24. Frances MacInerney Frances MacInerney Actress, Waterloo Bridge
25. Mary Diveny Mary Diveny Actress, Bringing Out the Dead
26. Lewis E. Lawes Lewis E. Lawes Writer, 20,000 Years in Sing Sing
27. Dina Losito Dina Losito Actress, Burning Bridges
28. Alpheus Underhill Alpheus Underhill Camera and Electrical Department, Thirteen
29. Dorothy Vogel Dorothy Vogel Miscellaneous Crew, Herb & Dorothy
30. John Roach John Roach Actor, The Merry Widow
31. Paul Frase Paul Frase Self, 1988 USF&G Sugar Bowl
32. Michael J. Hanly II Michael J. Hanly II Actor, Making Mr. Right
33. Jack Roach Jack Roach Cinematographer, Wrong Again John B. Roach was a cinematographer and worked in a variety of other duties (location scout, etc.) for his younger brother producer/director Hal Roach (1892-1992). He moved to California from Elmira, NY when his younger brother became successful as a Hollywood producer. The Roach brothers' mother and father also moved to California...
34. Matthew S. Smith Matthew S. Smith Cinematographer, The House That Screamed
35. Charles Tomlinson Griffes Charles Tomlinson Griffes Soundtrack, Glorifying the American Girl
36. Ryan Fleet Ryan Fleet Director, Parturition
37. Douglas Fairbairn Douglas Fairbairn Writer, Shoot
37 names.