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1. Olivia Munn Olivia Munn Self, Attack of the Show! Lisa Olivia Munn was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Her mother, Kimberly Schmid, lived in Vietnam, and is of Chinese ancestry, while her father, Winston Barrett Munn, is from a family with deep roots in the American South. Olivia's parents divorced when she was two years old, and she was raised by her mother and stepfather...
2. Suzy Amis Suzy Amis Actress, The Usual Suspects Born on January 5, 1962 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Susan Elizabeth "Suzy" Amis first worked as a Ford model before she began acting in the 1980s. She made her film debut in the comedy film Fandango, opposite Kevin Costner. After that, Amis next had roles in Rocket Gibraltar, Where the Heart Is...
3. Lexi Ainsworth Lexi Ainsworth Actress, General Hospital Born Alexandra Ainsworth in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to a dentist father and an art teacher mother, Lexi began her career dancing on stage at an early age with Ballet Oklahoma. This later lead to her acquiring the lead role of Scout in an Actors Equity production of To Kill a Mockingbird. But it was after attending a film camp in New York that she developed an interest in film and television acting...
4. Tisha Campbell-Martin Tisha Campbell-Martin Actress, Martin Tisha Campbell's first TV appearance was at the age of 8, on episode #006 of the PBS show The Big Blue Marble. The show featured stories on the life and culture of children from around the world. In her segment, Tisha was shown playing with her brother, going to school with her mother who was also her voice coach, and singing at a jazz concert in New York's Greenwich Village.
5. Pamela Tiffin Pamela Tiffin Actress, One, Two, Three Born in Oklahoma City in October 1942, gorgeous Pamela Tiffin grew up in Chicago, where she began a modeling career while in her early teens. She moved to New York to model and attend college, but she became so successful in her modeling career that college soon took a back seat. On a trip to California...
6. Heather Wahlquist Heather Wahlquist Actress, The Notebook Heather Wahlquist is an actress and writer. A native Oklahoman, Wahlquist aspired to be an actress at an early age and came to Hollywood after studying drama at the University of Oklahoma. Her most recent project is "Yellow," in which she not only stars, but also co-wrote in collaboration with the film's director...
7. Brian Bosworth Brian Bosworth Actor, The Longest Yard Former NFL Seattle Seahawks linebacker, the always controversial Brian "Boz" Bosworth only played three seasons in the NFL but during that period he made plenty of headlines for a mixture of reasons, however he was forced to retire due to a chronic shoulder injury - which then saw "Boz" pitched as a new action star in the cinema...
8. Chelcie Ross Chelcie Ross Actor, Basic Instinct Graduated from Pemberton Township High School (NJ) in 1960, while residing in nearby Fort Dix. At PTHS he played Varsity Baseball, Football, and Basketball. He currently lives in the Chicago area.
9. Lon Chaney Jr. Lon Chaney Jr. Actor, High Noon American character actor whose career was influenced (and often overshadowed) by that of his father, silent film star Lon Chaney. The younger Chaney was born while his parents were on a theatrical tour, and he joined them onstage for the first time at the age of six months. However, as a young man...
10. Lauren Lane Lauren Lane Actress, The Nanny Lauren was born on February 2nd in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was raised in Texas, where her family still resides, and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas. She then earned her Master's degree in the advanced training program at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre...
11. Noah Crawford Noah Crawford Actor, Land of the Lost Noah Crawford played "young Earl" on the show My Name Is Earl alongside Ryan Armstrong, who played "young Randy" in 20 episodes. He was normally portrayed as the unruly child who continuously got into trouble. Many of "young Earl's" actions caused items which "grown Earl" would have to add to his "Do Good Things" Karma list...
12. James Hampton James Hampton Actor, Sling Blade Raised in Dallas, Texas, James Hampton attended John H. Reagan Elementary, N.R. Crozier Technical High School and the University of North Texas (Theatre Arts Major). He studied acting with Michael Howard in New York and Leonard Nimoy in Los Angeles. He worked with Baruch Lumet at Knox Street Theatre in Dallas and did summer stock at Casa Manana in Fort Worth (1961)...
13. T.V. Carpio T.V. Carpio Actress, Limitless
14. Mark Holton Mark Holton Actor, Pee-wee's Big Adventure
15. Kay Francis Kay Francis Actress, Trouble in Paradise Kay Francis is possibly the biggest of the 'forgotten stars' from Hollywood's Golden Era, yet, for a while in the 1930s, she ranked as one of the most popular actresses, tagged the 'Queen of Warner Brothers', by 1935 earning a yearly salary of $115,000 (compared to Bette Davis with $18,000). The daughter of actress Katherine Clinton and businessman Joseph Gibbs...
16. Kelly Dowdle Kelly Dowdle Actress, Big Momma's House 2
17. Rochelle Hudson Rochelle Hudson Actress, Rebel Without a Cause From ingenue to leading lady to character actress, she appeared in Hollywood films from the early 30s through the late 60s.
18. Lou Antonio Lou Antonio Actor, Cool Hand Luke
19. Ronnie Claire Edwards Ronnie Claire Edwards Actress, The Waltons
20. Ted Shackelford Ted Shackelford Actor, Knots Landing
21. Brandon Douglas Brandon Douglas Actor, Chips, the War Dog
22. Amzie Strickland Amzie Strickland Actress, Pretty Woman
23. Robert Clarke Robert Clarke Actor, General Hospital A movie-crazy kid in his native Oklahoma City, Robert Clarke decided at an early age that he wanted to be an actor, but nevertheless suffered from stage fright in his first school productions. He acted in University of Oklahoma radio plays and on stage at the University of Wisconsin before hitching a ride to California to try to break into the picture business...
24. Kate Melton Kate Melton Actress, Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins
25. John Edward Lee John Edward Lee Actor, Terminator Genisys John began studying photography at the University of Oklahoma and finished his collegiate studies as a theater major at the University of Houston where he studied with Pulitzer Prize winning playwrights Edward Albee and Lanford Wilson. While at the University of Houston, John worked with the actors of The Alley Theater...
26. Emilee Wallace Emilee Wallace Actress, Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach
27. James Staley James Staley Actor, National Lampoon's Vacation James Staley is happily retired from Acting. He is very grateful for the great adventure the Performing Arts provided him. He has been an Emmy judge the last 30 years and is active with his two sons and their families. He and his wife Barbara will celebrate their 47th anniversary in 2015. Favorite pursuits...
28. Bryan Cogman Bryan Cogman Miscellaneous Crew, Game of Thrones
29. Vince Gill Vince Gill Soundtrack, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
30. Deidre Goodwin Deidre Goodwin Actress, Chicago
31. Jennifer Darling Jennifer Darling Actress, Monsters, Inc. Ms. Darling was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and started dancing at the age of the three at the Gene Kelly Dance Studio. By the age of 6, she was performing in shows at the dance studio. At the age of 14, she appeared twice on the Ted Mack & the Original Amateur Hour, after having started singing at the age of 13...
32. Persia Monir Persia Monir Actress, Fuck My Mom & Me 14
33. Ford Austin Ford Austin Actor, The Wright Stuff Ford Austin is an American stage and motion picture actor who was born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas. He is a descendant of Stephen F. Austin. For much of the mid-1990s, Austin lived as an actor in Philadelphia & New York City making stage appearances in the Philadelphia premiere of The a Grapes of Wrath...
34. Richard Gaines Richard Gaines Actor, Double Indemnity
35. Blake Griffin Blake Griffin Self, 24/7 Blake Griffin: Intern
36. Paul Hampton Paul Hampton Actor, Shivers An actor, singer, composer, lyricist, and writer, Paul Hampton is listed as one of the one hundred major architects of American rock and roll, in the British rock journal, "Footsoldiers and Kings". He attended Dartmouth College, where by his sophomore year he was simultaneously signed by Columbia Records and Columbia Pictures to write music with Hal David and Burt Bacharach...
37. Michael Dolan Michael Dolan Actor, Hamburger Hill
38. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Warren Self, Capitalism: A Love Story
39. Chasen Hampton Chasen Hampton Actor, The Rules of Attraction
40. Bill Saito Bill Saito Actor, Matchstick Men
41. Louise Currie Louise Currie Actress, The Ape Man Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Louise Currie attended Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York, became interested in acting and began taking courses at Max Reinhardt's drama school in Hollywood. Talent scouts spotted the aspiring actress in the acting workshop's stage productions and pressed her to make the rounds of the Hollywood studios...
42. Deana Ricks Deana Ricks Actress, Friday Night Lights
43. Cody Bryant Cody Bryant Actress, Big Tits in Sports 6
44. Frank Crim Frank Crim Actor, Species III
45. Richard Rutkowski Richard Rutkowski Camera and Electrical Department, Requiem for a Dream
46. Jim Antonio Jim Antonio Actor, Catch Me If You Can
47. Molly Bee Molly Bee Self, The Pinky Lee Show
48. Lugene Sanders Lugene Sanders Actress, Tormented
49. Louise Allbritton Louise Allbritton Actress, Son of Dracula Louise Allbritton was the only child of L.L. and Caroline Greer Allbritton and was born on July 3, 1920 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Soon after her birth, the family moved to Wichita Falls, Texas, where her father owned and operated the local traction system. Louise's mother Caroline died when Louise...
50. Johnny Bench Johnny Bench Self, The Baseball Bunch Johnny Bench was raised in Oklahoma. An outstanding baseball player, he survived a bus accident in high school that killed one of his teammates. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds and in 1967 was named National League "Rookie of the Year." A two-time National League MVP, he is considered by many to be the best "all around" catcher in baseball history...
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