17 names.

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1. Jerry Trimble Jerry Trimble Actor, Heat Jerry Trimble Jr. was born in Newport, Kentucky. At age 13 he was inspired by the late Bruce Lee and began studying the Korean art of Taekwon-Do. In six months he began teaching the art. At 15 Jerry earned the rank of first-degree black belt and became the number one point fighter in the Midwest U.S. At 18, he started Kickboxing and won the "Kentucky State Championship"...
2. John Alexander John Alexander Actor, Arsenic and Old Lace Making his stage debut at age 16, John Alexander joined a Shakespearean repertory company and in 1917 appeared on Broadway in "The Merchant of Venice." Although he played many parts on both stage and in films, his best known role was that of the crazed Teddy Brewster--the son who thinks he's Theodore Roosevelt - in Arsenic and Old Lace, a part he played both on stage and in the movie.
3. Dick Curtis Dick Curtis Actor, Yes, We Have No Bonanza Tall, hulking character actor Dick Curtis spent years at Columbia Pictures menacing everyone from cowboy star Charles Starrett to the slapstick team of The Three Stooges. Curtis, unlike many movie villains, showed a genuine flair for comedy--especially physical comedy--in his many appearances in the studio's two-reelers and could do a double-take...
4. Olive Blakeney Olive Blakeney Actress, That Uncertain Feeling
5. Betty Hanna Betty Hanna Actress, How Come Nobody's on Our Side?
6. Greg Fields Greg Fields Writer, Solid Gold
7. Mark Krebs Jr. Mark Krebs Jr. Actor, Gravy Mark Krebs Jr. was born in Newport, Kentucky, the son of Terri and Mark Krebs Sr. He has an older sister, Mandy, and younger brother, Andrew. Immediately upon graduating from the University of Kentucky, after playing four years of basketball for the Wildcats, Mark published his first book, Beyond a Dream...
8. Norma Lee Norma Lee Actress, Wise Girls
9. Howard Babin Howard Babin Actor, Temptation
10. Edward Byron Edward Byron Producer, Mr. District Attorney
11. Earl Metcalfe Earl Metcalfe Actor, The Bravery of Dora
12. Andy Kirk Andy Kirk Soundtrack, Grass Composer, conductor and author, educated in high school and then conductor of his own orchestra, the Clouds Of Joy, since 1929. He made many recordings. Joining ASCAP in 1963, his chief musical collaborator was Arthur Terker, and his popular-song and instrumental compositions include "Cloudy", "Wednesday Night Hop", and "Mind If I Remind You".
13. Earl S. Hayman Earl S. Hayman Sound Department, Holiday Inn
14. Dave Cowens Dave Cowens Self, 1976 NBA All-Star Game
15. Richard Maybery Richard Maybery Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Invasion of the Body Snatchers
16. Mary Anthony Mary Anthony Miscellaneous Crew, Mary Anthony: A Life in Modern Dance
17. Elizabeth McFadden Elizabeth McFadden Writer, Double Door
17 names.