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1. Jim Henson Jim Henson Actor, The Dark Crystal Jim Henson never thought that he would make a name of himself in puppetry; it was merely a way of getting himself on television. The vehicle that achieved it was Sam and Friends, a late-night puppet show that was on after the 11:00 news in Washington DC. It proved to be very popular and inspired Jim to continue using puppets for his work...
2. Finn Carter Finn Carter Actress, Tremors Finn Carter was born on March 9, 1960 in the Mississippi Delta. Her mother, Margaret W. Carter, and her father, Hodding Carter III (best known for his position as the spokesperson for the State Department in President Carter's administration), were attending a play at the Greenville Little Theatre when her mother went into labor...
3. J.D. Evermore J.D. Evermore Actor, Rectify J.D. was born in the delta town of Greenville, Mississippi (also the birthplace of Muppets creator Jim Henson) on the same day Richard Nixon was elected president. He is of Irish-French-German-Cherokee-Choctaw decent, the oldest of 7 siblings, and attended 17 different schools (public and private) while moving back and forth between his mother and father...
4. Griffin Hood Griffin Hood Actor, The Baytown Outlaws Griffin Hood was born in Greenville, Mississippi, but moved to Alabama in the 3rd grade and lived there through College. Growing up he was always entertaining family members, but never thought of acting as a career path. Through high school he played sports and had his mind set that he would play baseball in college...
5. Shelby Foote Shelby Foote Miscellaneous Crew, The Civil War
6. Germany Kent Germany Kent Actress, Nameless Germany Kent, a trained journalist with numerous PR credits is an accomplished Host, Model, Film/TV and Commercial Actress. She has appeared on such TV shows as Jessie, Criminal Minds, Graceland. She was featured several times in Star Trek: Into Darkness and has shown different sides in her most notably role as a Crack Addict on TV show Graceland...
7. Skip E. Lowe Skip E. Lowe Actor, Black Shampoo
8. Mary Wilson Mary Wilson Self, TCB Mary Wilson, co-founder of The Supremes, helped garner an unequaled record of Number One Hits by a Female Group. Recording for Motown, Mary guided The Supremes into rock 'n roll history, turning her group into one of the three icons of the 1960's, alongside Elvis Presley and The Beatles...
9. James A. House James A. House Actor, Bass Reeves James A. House a.k.a. House, is a Digital Filmmaking graduate, born in the delta, Greenville, Mississippi and later moving to Las Vegas, Nevada, he served his country and communities in many ways. In 2003 after serving 20 years of military service, he retried from the U.S. Army. In 2002 while stationed in Texas...
10. Ruth Attaway Ruth Attaway Actress, Being There
11. Brandy Long Brandy Long Actress, Not Tonight Henry
12. Tyrone Davis Tyrone Davis Actor, Barbershop
13. Gwen Caldwell Gwen Caldwell Actress, The Mickey Rooney Show
14. Marsha Daniels Marsha Daniels Art Department, Minority Report
15. Michael King Michael King Actor, The Missing Link
16. Marguerite Whitten Marguerite Whitten Actress, King of the Zombies Gorgeous, versatile Marguerite Whitten (aka Margaret Whitten) was a wonderful, natural actress of "the golden era" of Hollywood and of black cinema. She had a sweet, likable presence on screen and her performances were always enjoyable. Margaret was a fine actress, never having to overact to express herself. She always became her character, mind, heart and soul...
17. Mosson Victor Mosson Victor Actor, Wood Dan
18. William A. Attaway William A. Attaway Soundtrack, Beetlejuice Composer, writer, author, and arranger, educated at the University of Illinois (BA). He joined ASCAP in 1956 and arranged folk music. He authored "Let Me Breathe Thunder", and "Blood on the Forge". His song compositions include: "Noah" and "Jump Down, Spin Around".
19. Wilbert Montgomery Wilbert Montgomery Self, The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles
20. John Colbert John Colbert
21. Gabbie McGee Gabbie McGee Actress, Bessie
22. George Jackson George Jackson Soundtrack, Risky Business
23. Duke Upshaw Duke Upshaw Actor, The Green Pastures
24. Mark Andrew Clark Mark Andrew Clark Miscellaneous Crew, Deuces Wild Recognized as all-rounder in the world of Indie film-making, film sales and foreign distribution, Mark's vast skill set blends development, production and corporate business experience. Clark has been a member of the Producers Guild of America since 2007 after overseeing production on "The Alphabet Killer", "A Beautiful Life", "Fall Down Dead", "Living & Dying" and "Stripped Down"...
25. Mary Craig Sinclair Mary Craig Sinclair Producer, Que Viva Mexico
26. Cooper Carlisle Cooper Carlisle Self, NBC Sunday Night Football
27. Frank White Frank White Self, 1986 MLB All-Star Game
28. Calep Emphrey Jr. Calep Emphrey Jr. Actor, Heart and Souls
29. George 'Boomer' Scott George 'Boomer' Scott Self, 1975 MLB All-Star Game Three-time All-Star George Scott, "The Boomer", was a stand-out first baseman in the American League from 1967-78 for the Boston Red Sox, the Milwaukee Brewers (to whom he was traded in 1971), and again with the Red Sox (who re-acquired The Boomer in 1977). In addition to his eight Gold Gloves for being the outstanding fielding first-sacker in the junior circuit...
30. Asie Payton Asie Payton Soundtrack, Hope Springs Blues musician Asie Payton was born in 1937 in Washington County, Mississippi. Although he sang and played guitar, Asie nonetheless made his living as a farmer. Payton lived below the poverty level in a shotgun shack with no telephone or air conditioner in the small town of Holly Ridge in Mississippi...
31. Clarence Peaks Clarence Peaks Self, 1956 Rose Bowl
32. Kevin P. McCartney Kevin P. McCartney Editorial Department, Cheerleader Nation
33. Gregory J. Moorman Gregory J. Moorman Actor, Our Lost Translation Gregory James Moorman was born and raised in Greenville, Mississippi. He began writing poetic-lyrics at the early age of 11 and taught himself to play guitar by age 12. In college his love for writing swayed from songs to stories. After writing his first screenplay, Broken California, he was asked to join the theatre by department head Alison Stafford...
34. Quentin Groves Quentin Groves
35. Ron Edwards Ron Edwards Actor, King's Ransom Ron was born on Aug 5, 1962 in Greenville, MS the son of Wayne Edwards, an Air Force officer and Ruth N Edwards, a missionaries daughter. He and his family moved every 2 to 5 years, a habit he never outgrew. Ron received a degree in architecture from Texas A&M University in '84, and an associates degree in computer animation from the Art Institute of Dallas in '92...
36. Sid Selvidge Sid Selvidge Actor, Forty Shades of Blue
37. Cleo Hayes Cleo Hayes Actress, The Chris Rock Show
38. Walter J. Turnbull Walter J. Turnbull Miscellaneous Crew, Malcolm X
38 names.