15 names.

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1. Jason Miller Jason Miller Actor, The Exorcist Character actor and playwright Jason Miller had a variety of jobs before he started a writing career and wrote his own play, "That Championship Season", for which he received the Pulitzer Prize Award. Miller gave up his professional writing career in the early seventies to start acting. In 1973, he starred as a troubled priest in the horror film classic The Exorcist...
2. Lucinda Jenney Lucinda Jenney Actress, Rain Man
3. Cameron Ocasio Cameron Ocasio Actor, Sinister
4. Suzy Parker Suzy Parker Actress, Funny Face
5. Gregg Barton Gregg Barton Actor, The Man from Laramie
6. Ralph Nelson Ralph Nelson Director, Lilies of the Field In 1959, Emmy Award-winning television director Ralph Nelson directed a 90-minute adaptation of Shakespeare's "Hamlet," with John Neville as the Dane, for the DuPont Show of the Month. Nelson himself adapted the 1601 Quatro (the "pirated" version considered corrupt) in order to make a coherent production of a play that uncut...
7. George Sidney George Sidney Director, Viva Las Vegas
8. Errol Spat Oktan Errol Spat Oktan Art Department, Star Wars: Revelations
9. A.J. Franklin A.J. Franklin Actor, Luke Cage A.J. Franklin was born in the Long Island City section of Queens, New York. He was raised in Baltimore, MD where he studied instrumental music and theater. Growing up with other kids who were already active in the business, A.J. knew that becoming a professional actor was possible. He recently moved back to New York where he is pursuing a career in TV/Film.
10. Ralph W. Nelson Ralph W. Nelson Production Manager, The Twilight Zone
11. Edgar De Lange Edgar De Lange Soundtrack, Saving Private Ryan Famed songwriter ("Moonglow", "Solitude", "A String of Pearls", "Darn That Dream"), composer, author and conductor, educated at the University od Pennsylvania. In 1934 he organized an orchestra with Will Hudson. He wrote the Broadway stage scores for "New Orleans" and "If I'm Lucky". Joining ASCAP in 1934...
12. Tony Cuccinello Tony Cuccinello Self, 1964 MLB All-Star Game
13. Mindy Jostyn Mindy Jostyn Self, Can You Hear the Music
14. Al Bianchi Al Bianchi Self, ESPN SportsCentury
15. Gus Sanberg Gus Sanberg Self, Fast Company
15 names.