16 names.

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1. Liam Sullivan Liam Sullivan Actor, General Hospital Liam Sullivan was schooled at Illinois College while having his first fling with the acting profession in regional theater. He then studied drama at Harvard, made his way to New York and first appeared on Broadway in "The Constant Nymph" in 1951. He later returned to the West Coast to perform in an LA stage production of "Mary Stuart"...
2. Ken Norton Ken Norton Self, Facing Ali
3. Larry Breeding Larry Breeding Actor, The Last Resort
4. Richard Allan Richard Allan Actor, Niagara Richard Mann Allan was born in Jacksonville, Illinois on June 22, 1923 to a farmer father Robert and a dietitian mother Edna. He grew up with two brothers, Edward and Robert Jr. and a sister Catherine. He began taking dance classes when he was seven years old, and he also loved going to see Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers musicals...
5. Richard Moore Richard Moore Cinematographer, Annie After graduating from U.S.C. in Cinema, Moore spent several years shooting documentaries and travelogues, in addition to being Western U.S. rep (with Conrad Hall) of Arriflex cameras. He then joined Robert Gottschalk as co-founder and Exec. V.P. of Panavision Inc., in charge of design and development...
6. Charles Ray Charles Ray Actor, The Busher Ray portrayed simple unaffected country bumpkins in silent rural melodramas. Unfortunately, Ray let Hollywood turn him into a headstrong egotist. Alienating most producers, he put up his own money to finance a major feature called The Courtship of Myles Standish. The film was a miserable failure that wiped out Ray's fortune. Comeback attempts were hampered by the advent of the sound picture.
7. Marjorie Best Marjorie Best Costume Designer, Rio Bravo Illinois-born Marjorie Best moved to Los Angeles after graduating high school to attend the Chouinard Art Institute. She went to work as a designer for the renowned Western Costume Co. in 1926, then several years later moved to United Costumers. When Warner Bros. bought that company in 1936, she accepted a job in the studio's wardrobe department...
8. Judy Schenz Judy Schenz Actress, In Fast Company
9. McClure Capps McClure Capps Art Director, Racket Squad
10. Coleen Drake Coleen Drake Actress, Queen of Outer Space
11. Skip Farrell Skip Farrell Actor, A Symposium on Popular Songs
12. Chuck Hull Chuck Hull Self, Tyson
13. Derek Lee Miller Derek Lee Miller Actor, Forsythia
14. Blake Armstrong Blake Armstrong Sound Department, The Biggest Loser
15. Ruth Bryan Owen Ruth Bryan Owen Director, Once Upon a Time
16. Paul Findley Paul Findley Self, Occupation 101
16 names.