17 names.

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1. Jessie Ralph Jessie Ralph Actress, Camille Jessie Ralph was a sailor's daughter, who first came to the stage at the age of 16, performing with a stock company in either Boston, Massachusetts, or Providence, Rhode Island (accounts differ). The year was 1880, and it took Jessie another 26 years to make her debut on the Great White Way in "The Kreutzer Sonata"...
2. Milton Parsons Milton Parsons Actor, The Haunted Palace
3. Russ Russo Russ Russo Actor, An Act of War Russell Arthur Benson Jr. was born to Cynthia Lattof and Russell Benson. Russell Benson Sr. was a union plumber who had come back from Vietnam. Cynthia Lattof was a student at Gloucester State College. They divorced in 1979. Cynthia had moved Russell and his infant brother out to Sacramento, California where she met future husband Frank Russo...
4. Raymond Greenleaf Raymond Greenleaf Actor, All the King's Men
5. Tony Millionaire Tony Millionaire Writer, The Drinky Crow Show
6. Evan Hayes Evan Hayes Miscellaneous Crew, Atonement
7. Shilo Frontierro Shilo Frontierro Miscellaneous Crew, Mr. & Mrs. Smith
8. Daniel J. Bloomberg Daniel J. Bloomberg Sound Department, Woman in the Dark
9. James L. Shute James L. Shute Writer, Windjammer: The Voyage of the Christian Radich Jimmy Shute, was born in Glouchester, Massachusetts in 1900. His early education was in the Glouchester Public School System. He attended college at the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston in pursuit of a career in Stage Design. The technical theater department of MFAS was contacted by George Pierce Baker to build sets for the the productions of Harvard's famous "47 Workshop"...
10. Bill Armstrong Bill Armstrong Self, Liar's Club
11. Suzanne Holmes Suzanne Holmes Miscellaneous Crew, Wings
12. Richard Kilbride Richard Kilbride Actor, The Playground
13. John Phalen McInnis John Phalen McInnis Self, The Baseball Revue of 1917
14. Eleanor Farrell Eleanor Farrell Self, I Thank You
15. William R. Ferguson William R. Ferguson Self, MGM's March on in 1934-35 with Metro Goldwyn Mayer: Convention of the Century
16. Hilton Kramer Hilton Kramer Self, George Segal: American Still Life
17. Brian J. Albertson Brian J. Albertson Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Life of Lemon
17 names.