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1. Brendan Fraser Brendan Fraser Actor, The Mummy Brendan James Fraser was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Canadian parents Carol Mary (Genereux), a sales counselor, and Peter Fraser, a journalist and travel executive. He is of Irish, Scottish, German, Czech, and French-Canadian ancestry. As his parents frequently moved, Brendan can claim affinity with Ottawa...
2. Doug Jones Doug Jones Actor, Pan's Labyrinth The youngest of four brothers, Doug Jones was born on the 24th May, 1960, in Indianapolis, Indiana, and grew up in the city's Northeastside. After attending Bishop Chatard High School, he headed off to Ball State University, where he graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications, with a minor in Theatre...
3. Ryan Murphy Ryan Murphy Writer, Monsters Among Us
4. Logan Huffman Logan Huffman Actor, Lymelife
5. Abraham Benrubi Abraham Benrubi Actor, U Turn
6. Mike Epps Mike Epps Actor, The Hangover
7. Jake Short Jake Short Actor, Shorts
8. Steve Talley Steve Talley Actor, American Pie Presents Beta House
9. Adam Lambert Adam Lambert Self, VH1 Divas 2012
10. David Letterman David Letterman Self, Late Night with David Letterman: 6th Anniversary Special Television would never be the same after David Letterman made his second attempt at a television show in 1982. But his career before becoming host of the show was quite an interesting and long one. Letterman was born in Broad Ripple, a neighborhood in Indianapolis. His childhood was relatively unremarkable...
11. Stephen Sommers Stephen Sommers Writer, The Mummy Stephen Sommers was born on March 20, 1962 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Raised in St. Cloud, Minnesota, he attended St. John's University and the University of Seville in Spain. Afterward, Sommers spent the next four years performing as an actor in theater groups and managing rock bands throughout Europe...
12. John Green John Green Writer, The Fault in Our Stars John Michael Green was born on August 24, 1977 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a YouTube video-blogger, or "vlogger", with his brother, Hank Green. Their YouTube channel, Vlogbrothers, has over 1,880,000 subscribers as of March 2014. Perhaps more notably, John is also an author. His most recent book...
13. Steve Burton Steve Burton Actor, The Last Castle
14. Ken Foree Ken Foree Actor, Dawn of the Dead Large, likable, and muscular actor Ken Foree was born as Kentotis Alvin Foree on February 29, 1948, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Foree attended Loyola University in Chicago and studied acting at Michael Shulman's Performing Gallery in New York City. He began his career in off-Broadway theater and worked as an assistant manager at a restaurant in Greenwich Village...
15. Connie Booth Connie Booth Actress, Monty Python and the Holy Grail
16. Dohn Norwood Dohn Norwood Actor, Bruce Almighty Morehouse alumni and Indianapolis native, Dohn Norwood is making a name for himself in the Hollywood scene. His film and television credits include: Bruce Almighty (starring Jim Carry), Mini's First Time (starring Alec Baldwin and Carry Anne Moss), Castle, Entourage, Without a Trace, ER, Bones, and The Closer...
17. Vincent Ventresca Vincent Ventresca Actor, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
18. Peyton Clark Peyton Clark Actor, The Pilot
19. Clifton Webb Clifton Webb Actor, Laura Already trained in dance and theater, he quit school at age 13 to study music and painting. By 19 he was a professional ballroom dancer in New York, and by his mid-twenties he was performing in musicals, dramas on Broadway and in London, and in silent movies. His first real success in film came in middle age as the classy villain Waldo Lydecker in Laura...
20. Anthony Montgomery Anthony Montgomery Actor, I'm Through with White Girls (The Inevitable Undoing of Jay Brooks)
21. Peter Lupus Peter Lupus Actor, Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon
22. David Schultz David Schultz Actor, Safety Not Guaranteed David Leo Schultz is a comic actor and writer. As a young teenager David developed a sketch comedy troupe, known as The Color Green, which traveled around the country for 10 years performing sketch comedy and improvisation. Before moving to Los Angeles, David was asked to join Comedy Sportz in Indianapolis...
23. Forrest Landis Forrest Landis Actor, Cheaper by the Dozen Forrest Landis was born in Palm Beach, Florida in August of 1994 and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. He was discovered at the age of 4 in Chicago by a talent scout. By age 5 he was already modeling in New York City for clients such as Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, and Target. By age six he was doing commercials for McDonalds...
24. Kristina Wagner Kristina Wagner Actress, Double Dragon Jack Wagner and Kristina flew to Lake Tahoe on a Lear jet that Jack had rented. On December 18, 1993, the long anticipated wedding finally took place. Children: Peter Wagner (9/4/90) & Harrison Wagner (12/1/94). Siblings: 2 older brothers: Dan (5 years older), Joe (3 years older)! TV: General Hospital August 1984-??...
25. James Sloyan James Sloyan Actor, The Sting James Joseph Sloyan was born on February 24, 1940 in Indianapolis, Indiana; his family moved to Europe when he was a young boy. James has lived in Rome, Capri, Milan, Switzerland and Ireland. When he was 17, his family moved back to the United States and settled in upstate New York where he managed a theater...
26. Liz Stauber Liz Stauber Actress, Almost Famous Liz Stauber was born in Indianapolis to Dan Stauber, a mental health administrator, and Paula Jones, a respected psychotherapist and daughter of civic leader Vel Ryder. The couple divorced while Liz and her sister Christine were young. Liz got her first acting role as a small child in Indianapolis Junior Civic Theatre's The Velveteen Rabbit at age nine...
27. Robert Allen Mukes Robert Allen Mukes Actor, House of 1000 Corpses
28. Chris Warren Jr. Chris Warren Jr. Actor, High School Musical
29. Catt Sadler Catt Sadler Self, Episode dated 24 May 2014 Catt Sadler is an Emmy-winning journalist who was recently named by the Los Angeles Times as One of the Top 10 Next Broadcasters of Our Generation. She can be seen on E! News and hosting a number of E! specials and high-caliber red carpet events. A graduate of Indiana University as a journalism major...
30. Bill Shirley Bill Shirley Actor, Sleeping Beauty
31. Brook Kerr Brook Kerr Actress, Flower Girl
32. Marc Summers Marc Summers Self, Family Double Dare Born in Indianapolis, he paid his dues as a magician, disc jockey, comedian and studio page in Los Angeles during the 1970s. When Jack Barry's announcer fell sick on The Joker's Wild, 1973, Marc (then a 22-year-old page) filled in. That was his break. He began warming up audiences for network programs like Soap...
33. Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Writer, Slaughterhouse-Five
34. Gaylen Ross Gaylen Ross Director, Killing Kasztner Gaylen Ross was born as Gail Rosenblum in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was managing editor of the poetry journal, "Antaeus" and Ecco Press from 1975 to 1977. Ross was an actress for brief 4 years only, making an impressive film debut as the heroine "Francine" in George Romero's outstanding Dawn of the Dead...
35. Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds Soundtrack, Bad Boys
36. Corey Pearson Corey Pearson Actor, He's Just Not That Into You
37. Jeffrey Vincent Parise Jeffrey Vincent Parise Actor, Don't Come Knocking
38. Jon Barton Jon Barton Actor, Punisher: War Zone Serving 10 years in the MARINES, Jon Barton earned his combat and weapons experiences as a US MARINE infantryman (0351) in Operation Nobel Eagle, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. His combat experiences have given him a competitive edge over the competition in modern warfare and combat technical advising...
39. James Baskett James Baskett Actor, Song of the South
40. Jason Matthew Smith Jason Matthew Smith Actor, Star Trek Into Darkness Jason Matthew Smith was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. He grew up all over the mid-west including brief, but formative years spent in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. His family finally settled in Cincinnati were he attended both high school and college. He earned a B.F.A. in Acting from the University of Cincinnati...
41. Diane Amos Diane Amos Actress, Blue Jasmine
42. Tommy O'Haver Tommy O'Haver Director, An American Crime
43. Terry Lester Terry Lester Actor, As the World Turns Terry began his acting career while in the Army, and upon completing his service, decided to move to Hollywood to pursue acting. A multi-talented star, he had no problem finding work with his acting, singing and piano playing. After a few bit parts, he found a starring role on Ark II, and was soon courted by '"The Young and the Restless' (1973)' to fill in for departing stars...
44. Robert Emhardt Robert Emhardt Actor, Another World Heavy-set American character actor who learned his craft in London. Appeared frequently on the Broadway stage, and in film often portrayed sinister types, in the manner of Sydney Greenstreet.
45. Stephen Quire Stephen Quire Self, WoW Freakout Kid (Investigation)
46. Lisa Kennedy Montgomery Lisa Kennedy Montgomery Self, Episode dated 13 October 2014
47. Tom Nolan Tom Nolan Actor, Fast Times at Ridgemont High
48. Keke Wyatt Keke Wyatt Soundtrack, Brown Sugar Keke Wyatt was born in Indianapolis, Indiana to Lorna Wyatt, and Keever Wyatt II. Her mother is a vocalist, while her father is a organist/vocalist. Her mother is Caucasin while her father is Native American specifically Cherokee and African American. Ketara comes from a musical family rooted in church music...
49. Robert Paige Robert Paige Actor, Son of Dracula A "B" Hollywood leading man who had the requisite tall, dark and handsome features (plus an excellent singing voice) that Hollywood often relied upon, Robert Paige was an extremely capable player worthy of stronger dramatics but was too often trapped in staid and standard leading man roles that prevented him from showcasing properly and moving squarely into the "A" romantic ranks...
50. Harry von Zell Harry von Zell Actor, Son of Paleface Portly, pudding-faced, wavy dark-haired actor/announcer Harry Von Zell, whose well-modulated voice was a standard radio fixture during the 1930s and '40s, also extended his talents toward film and TV where he appeared in numerous comedy outings, often as a straight man foil. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana...
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