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1. Richard Pryor Richard Pryor Self, Richard Pryor: Live in Concert Highly influential, and always controversial, African-American actor/comedian who was equally well known for his colorful language during his live comedy shows, as for his fast paced life, multiple marriages and battles with drug addiction. He has been acknowledged by many modern comic artist's as a key influence on their careers...
2. David Ogden Stiers David Ogden Stiers Actor, Beauty and the Beast David Ogden Stiers began his career in San Francisco at the Actors' Workshop and went on to work with John Houseman's Acting Company in New York on such productions as The Beggar's Opera, Measure for Measure, The Hostage and the hit musical The Magic Show. His other theatre work includes performances with the Committee Revue and Theatre...
3. Tom Irwin Tom Irwin Actor, 21 Grams A native of Illinois, Tom Irwin attended Illinois State University. After graduation, he joined the prestigious Steppenwolf Theatre Company of Chicago. The renowned ensemble of artists - among them Laurie Metcalf, John Malkovich, Gary Sinise and Joan Allen - still work together as often as possible...
4. Amy Weber Amy Weber Actress, Port Charles
5. Marshall Thompson Marshall Thompson Actor, Battleground Although he geared himself up for major film stardom throughout the 1950s, it took a leading role on a 1960s TV series opposite a lion and chimpanzee to make Marshall Thompson a genuine household name. Born on November 27, 1925, and named James Marshall Thompson after an ancestor, a famed Supreme Court justice...
6. Steve Vinovich Steve Vinovich Actor, Awakenings
7. Mariclare Costello Mariclare Costello Actress, Santa Barbara
8. Tex Harding Tex Harding Actor, The Return of the Durango Kid Tex Harding was a 'western' character film actor for a few years in the 1940s. He mostly played bit or uncredited roles. His sister was also a film actress. Her name was Dorothy Dix. Tex Harding ended his work career as a meat cutter in a supermarket in Spokane County, Washington State.
9. Charles J. Correll Charles J. Correll Writer, The Amos 'n Andy Show
10. Christopher Duddy Christopher Duddy Visual Effects, Total Recall
11. Cynthia Stone Cynthia Stone Actress, If Tomorrow Be Sad
12. James Millhollin James Millhollin Actor, The After Hours Thin, fidgety James Millholin made a career out of playing dyspeptic bureaucrats, nervous hotel clerks and other officious authority types. Somewhat reminiscent of Edward Everett Horton or Franklin Pangborn, Millhollin's pinched face, somewhat pop eyes and flighty mannerisms fit those roles like a glove, one...
13. Lisa Matthews Lisa Matthews Self, Playboy Video Centerfold: Playmate of the Year Lisa Matthews Tall (5' 9"), busty and shapely blonde stunner Lisa Matthews was born Lisa Reich on September 24, 1969 in Peoria, Illinois. Because her father was a corporate nomad, Matthews' family kept moving all over America before eventually settling in Los Angeles, California. Lisa was a tomboy growing up who participated in such athletic activities as baseball...
14. Doria Rone Doria Rone Actress, Sensual Friends
15. Frank Wead Frank Wead Writer, Dive Bomber Frank Wilber "Spig" Wead was a US Navy aviator turned screenwriter who helped promote United States Naval aviation from its inception through World War II. Before and after World War I he was an early proponent of pushing the Navy into air racing and speed competitions. This competition, mainly against the United States Army (and their leader James Doolittle...
16. Virgil W. Vogel Virgil W. Vogel Director, The Mole People Virgil W. Vogel began his career at Universal in 1940 as an assistant editor. He worked as an editor for many years, although by the mid-'50s he had begun to tire of the job and pressed Universal executive Edward Muhl for a shot at directing. Vogel was handed The Mole People with John Agar...
17. Dan Simmons Dan Simmons Writer, A Shave and a Haircut, Two Bites
18. Daniel Allar Daniel Allar Actor, Henry II: Portrait of a Serial Killer
19. Chet Brandenburg Chet Brandenburg Actor, Hats Off
20. Harold Goodwin Harold Goodwin Actor, All Quiet on the Western Front
21. Lee Garmes Lee Garmes Cinematographer, Scarface One of the most innovative of pioneer cameramen, Lee Garmes started his career on the East Coast with the New York Motion Picture Company, but was soon persuaded by the director Thomas H. Ince to join him in Hollywood. Garmes quickly climbed his way up the ladder, from painter's assistant to prop boy (future director Henry Hathaway shared the same duties at 'Inceville')...
22. Billy Mauch Billy Mauch Actor, The Prince and the Pauper 1930s US child actor who usually appeared on screen with his twin, Robert J. Mauch.
23. Matthew Metzger Matthew Metzger Actor, One Life to Live
24. Dan Fogelberg Dan Fogelberg Soundtrack, About Schmidt
25. Elaine 'Spanky' McFarlane Elaine 'Spanky' McFarlane Self, The Mamas and the Papas at the Chanel
26. Dorothy Dix Dorothy Dix Actress, The Nevada Buckaroo Dorothy Dix was the sister of 'western' character film actor Tex Harding. She was approximately 10 years older than her brother. She stopped making films in 1936.
27. Bert E. Friedlob Bert E. Friedlob Producer, The Star
28. Dee Green Dee Green Actress, Brideless Groom
29. Richard A. Whiting Richard A. Whiting Soundtrack, Amélie Richard A. Whiting was born in Peoria Illinois to a very musical family. After attending Harvard Military Academy Whiting went on to have a long song writing career. In the teens and early 20's Whiting wrote such hits as "Ain't We Got Fun?," "Till We Meet Again," "The Japanese Sandman," "Sleepy Time...
30. Martin Kenna Martin Kenna Actor, Wake the Witch
31. Joe Girardi Joe Girardi Self, Game 3
32. Ashley Degenford Ashley Degenford Actress, Perfect 10 Model Boxing
33. Andy Kreiss Andy Kreiss Actor, Mr. Deeds
34. Kathryn McGuire Kathryn McGuire Actress, Sherlock Jr.
35. Robert J. Mauch Robert J. Mauch Actor, The Prince and the Pauper 1930's US child actor who usually appeared on screen with his twin, Billy Mauch.
36. Shaun Livingston Shaun Livingston Producer, Next Day Air
37. Gary Richrath Gary Richrath Soundtrack, Paul Blart: Mall Cop
38. Marian Jordan Marian Jordan Actress, Heavenly Days The daughter of a coal miner, Marian was born to Daniel and Anna Driscoll in Peoria, Illinois. As a young adult, Marian gave music lessons and sang in the choir at her Catholic church. She married her childhood sweetheart Jim Jordan on August 31, 1918. They were to have two children, Kathryn and James...
39. Richard Powell Richard Powell Actor, Treasure Island
40. Mike Donlin Mike Donlin Actor, The General A famous, yet controversial major league baseball player, "Turkey Mike," as Donlin was known because of his unique strut, played on seven teams in a 12-year career, mostly in the National League, from 1899-1914. His career reached its peak in 1905-06, when he was the star outfielder for the champion New York Giants...
41. Howard A. Smith Howard A. Smith Editor, Breakfast at Tiffany's Howard A. Smith came to Los Angeles in 1935 to work at the Hal Roach Studios. Smith worked with Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel and on the "Our Gang" films. He continued a lengthy feature film editing career and before retiring he worked at CBS editing the classic Gunsmoke.
42. Steve Christopher Steve Christopher Actor, Shadows
43. Jim Thome Jim Thome Self, Episode dated 5 June 2009
44. Mark Scovil Mark Scovil Editorial Department, American Hustle
45. David Joseph Wesley David Joseph Wesley Music Department, Vanished Acres Grammy Award nominated composer David Joseph Wesley is one of the most prolific composers working in film, TV, and video games today. The composer for Fox's "Firefly" video game (2015) based on Joss Whedon's groundbreaking TV series, Dave has also collaborated on the music for Seth MacFarlane's "Family Guy" which has allowed him to work with the largest live orchestra in television history...
46. Angie Light Angie Light Actress, Imaginary Friend
47. Steve Calvert Steve Calvert Actor, The Seven Souvenirs Calvert worked as a bartender at the famed Sunset Boulevard nightclub, Ciro's, taking his professional last name from the brand name of Calvert whiskey. His real last name was Stevens. Calvert was the stand-in for actor Robert Lowery. Lowery helped get Calvert into the Screen Actors Guild. In 1948...
48. Betty Friedan Betty Friedan Self, Women's Lib
49. Steve Doubet Steve Doubet Actor, General Hospital
50. Nathan M. Schilz Nathan M. Schilz Composer, Raymond Did It
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