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1. Marie Osmond Marie Osmond Self, Ripley's Believe It or Not!
2. Donny Osmond Donny Osmond Self, Donny & Marie Donald Clark, or "Donny", Osmond was born to Olive Osmond and George Osmond on December 9, 1957, in Ogden, Utah. He was the seventh of eight brothers and has one sister. When Donny was young, his family went to see Lawrence Welk in California. They were unable to meet with him so they decided to take a vacation to Disneyland...
3. Gedde Watanabe Gedde Watanabe Actor, Mulan
4. Hal Ashby Hal Ashby Director, Being There Hal Ashby was born the fourth and youngest child in a Mormon household in Ogden, Utah, on September 2, 1929. His father was a dairy farmer. After a rough childhood that included the divorce of his parents, his father's suicide, his dropping out of high school, getting married and divorced all before he was 19...
5. R.D. Call R.D. Call Actor, Waterworld R. D. Call is an American actor, best known for his roles in films by Walter Hill. He was born and raised in Utah and attended the Utah State University and Weber State University. Call moved to Los Angeles in 1976 and began training with Lee Strasberg. His first Role was in Barnaby Jones, a TV series directed by Leo Penn...
6. Byron Foulger Byron Foulger Actor, Sullivan's Travels One of those wonderfully busy character actors whose face is familiar if not his name, mild-mannered actor Byron Foulger began performing with community theater, and stock and repertory companies after graduating from the University of Utah. He met his future wife, character actress Dorothy Adams, in one of these companies. The marriage lasted nearly five decades and ended only with his death...
7. Moroni Olsen Moroni Olsen Actor, Notorious Even his more courteous, somewhat friendlier types gave one pause for concern. The tall, beefy, balding, icy-eyed character actor Moroni Olsen was one of Hollywood's more popular and imposing performers of film during the late 1930s, 1940s and early 1950s. The versatile player was born Moroni Olsen and raised in Utah to Mormon parents (Edward Arenholt Olsen and Marsha Holverholst)...
8. Gage Hubbard Gage Hubbard Make-Up Department, Socket
9. Cynthia Brimhall Cynthia Brimhall Actress, Guns Gorgeously voluptuous, buxom and shapely knockout Cynthia Brimhall was born on March 10, 1964 in Ogden, Utah. She was raised in Utah and attended public schools in her home state. Cynthia eventually moved to Hollywood, California. Brimhall first gained widespread public attention as a Playmate of the Month in the October...
10. Virl Osmond Virl Osmond Self, Inside the Osmonds
11. Alan Osmond Alan Osmond Self, Disneyland After Dark
12. Jay Osmond Jay Osmond Self, Disneyland After Dark
13. Merrill Osmond Merrill Osmond Self, Disneyland After Dark
14. Hazel Dawn Hazel Dawn Actress, Devotion
15. Howard Jarvis Howard Jarvis Actor, Airplane!
16. Wayne Osmond Wayne Osmond Self, Disneyland After Dark
17. Tom Osmond Tom Osmond Producer, The Gift of Love
18. James Cruze James Cruze Actor, The Covered Wagon Coming from a Mormon family in Utah, James Cruze was reportedly part Ute Indian. He worked as a fisherman to pay his way through drama school. Among his former wives were actresses Betty Compson (also from Utah) and Marguerite Snow. He was also married to Alberta McCoy (died on July 7, 1960), who is interred in the Columbarium at Hollywood Forever Cemetery (unmarked)...
19. Leon Janney Leon Janney Actor, Another World
20. Sue Rowe Sue Rowe Actress, An Evening with My Comatose Mother Sue Rowe has had a passion for the arts her whole life. Shows like "Fame" and "Solid Gold" were her inspiration as a child. She also loved to help out with church plays. In High School she was part of the Children's Theater program. Shortly after graduating High School, at 17, she moved to Boston where she took her first acting classes...
21. William W. Norton William W. Norton Writer, The Scalphunters William Norton was born into a family of Utah Mormon pioneers. He is a life-long writer and political activist. After serving in combat in World War II, he did construction work and was a State Park ranger in California. His early writings were for the small literary magazines such as California Quarterly...
22. William Wright William Wright Actor, Reveille with Beverly Handsome actor William Wright's mid-film 1940s career was pushed with a wave of Columbia Studio publicity promoting him as World War II's answer to Clark Gable. The push ultimately did not work and Wright's rather obscure career faded within a decade. The Utah-born actor moved to California after his schooling and studied at the Pasadena Playhouse...
23. Kevin P. Manning Kevin P. Manning Stunts, Hidalgo
24. Byron Scott Byron Scott Self, Episode dated 24 October 2008
25. Amanda Jordan Amanda Jordan Actress, Boogie with the Undead
26. Red Nichols Red Nichols Self, Red Nichols & His World Famous Pennies
27. Parker Jacobs Parker Jacobs Actor, Welcome to My Nightmare
28. Thomas Little Thomas Little Set Decorator, All About Eve
29. James W. Payne James W. Payne Set Decorator, The Sting
30. Spanky Dustin Ward Spanky Dustin Ward Producer, Mr. Rist
31. Kent James Kent James Actor, Hellbent
32. Bessie Lee Bessie Lee Actress, Ladies of the Big House
33. Kaesi Belen Soto Kaesi Belen Soto Actress, Christmas in the Clouds
34. Addi Crue Addi Crue Actress, White Chicks Gettin' Black Balled 28
35. Arthur Guy Empey Arthur Guy Empey Writer, The Midnight Flyer Real life Hero in World War I, Arthur Guy Empey was born in Utah in 1883. Actor/writer who starred in his first film role as a soldier in 'over the Top' which he also directed from his best-selling book, about his own experiences as an American soldier in the British Army during World War 1. made at Vitagraph Film Company...
36. Jared Seaich Jared Seaich Director, Creatura Filmmaker, Jared Seaich made a name for himself at a very early age. At age 15 he was the youngest finalist at a prestigious film festival in San Diego. He was later hired at a studio in Utah where he directed several dozen music videos and television programs. These video's have generated millions of hits on YouTube...
37. Presley Staxx Presley Staxx Actress, Brand New Faces 19
38. Phil Stokes Phil Stokes Music Department, Return to Sender Phil Stokes is an American composer, songwriter, and music producer who works full-time from his home studio. Phil has been writing music since he was 8 years old and has been recording since he was 12. Phil plays the piano, guitar, drums, and clarinet. He has little to no formal training. An interesting fact about Phil is that he has Tourette Syndrome...
39. Gayliann Harvey Gayliann Harvey Miscellaneous Crew, Broken Bow: Part 1
40. Stan Larsen Stan Larsen Art Department, The Last Sin Eater
41. Tracy Hall Tracy Hall Self, The Loss of Nameless Things
42. Dalonne Jackson Dalonne Jackson Miscellaneous Crew, Minnie and Moskowitz
43. John Mason John Mason Actor, Savage Journey John Romney Mason was an actor on and off screen. He starred in several plays. Prior to acting he attended the University Of Utah and served in the United States Army. He died at Latter Day Saint's Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah from complications from a staph infection. A memorial service was held at Larkin Mortuary and he was buried in the Willard Utah City Cemetery.
44. Joshua S. Ashdown Joshua S. Ashdown Miscellaneous Crew, Touched by an Angel Josh began working on films in 1999. One day he was invited to be an extra on a film and after seeing the process of filmmaking he was hooked. From that moment he vowed to work on films. It took some time and a few free intern positions before he finally got his first paying job. Since then he has worked on several Independent films, Made for TV Movies and a few Television Series...
45. Marguerite Clayton Marguerite Clayton Actress, His Regeneration
46. Aaron Wilcox Aaron Wilcox Stunts, White Wings
47. Tom Chambers Tom Chambers Self, 1987 NBA All-Star Game
48. Owen McLean Owen McLean Casting Director, The Diary of Anne Frank
49. Scott Randall Scott Randall Make-Up Department, El primo Filmmakers Tim Burton, Terry Gilliam and John Hughes were major influences on Scott's desire to become a makeup artist. He got his start in showbusiness during high school in his hometown of Everett, Washington. He joined the Board of Directors of a local theatre company, the Everett Theatre Players...
50. Matt Brock Matt Brock Self, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins
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