33 names.

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1. Bill Mumy Bill Mumy Actor, Papillon Along with his most impressive list of television/film credits, Bill is also a very talented well-known musician, songwriter, recording artist, as well as writer. He plays guitar, bass, keyboards, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, percussion and sings. He has released three solo CDs, 1997's "Dying To Be Heard"...
2. Susan Mechsner Susan Mechsner Actress, Stripes
3. Olivia Thai Olivia Thai Actress, Forgiven Faith Born and raised in Los Angeles, Olivia Thai was no stranger to the industry. Dropping out of high school at the age of fifteen to attend a local community college, she soon made it to UCLA. Eventually she moved out of her parents house. One day, she decided to record videos of her singing. Her career took off shortly after that...
4. Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin Billy 'Froggy' Laughlin Actor, Don't Lie His mother enrolled him in a dramatic class to overcome his self-consciousness. His gravel voice was exploited by an MGM talent scout. After his test and positive public reaction he was signed to a term contract to Our Gang. His favorite sport was bicycling. After Our Gang was over, Froggy was riding...
5. Romeo Carey Romeo Carey Producer, Episode #1.2
6. Kitty Kitty Actress, Voodoo Dollz Cute, tiny (4'11"), and petite brunette Kitty was born on October 24, 1984 in San Gabriel Valley, California. She's of mixed Korean and Filipino descent. Kitty went to high school with fellow Asian porn starlet Tia Tanaka. Kitty first began performing in explicit hardcore movies at age 18 in 2003; she's appeared in X-rated features for such top companies as Bizarre...
7. George S. Patton George S. Patton Self, Nazi Concentration Camps George S. Patton III was a highly successful and highly controversial general who held Corps- and Army-level commands during World War II. Because of his great competence as a battlefield commander, Patton might have led the American troops during the invasion of Normandy; however, his impolitic ways...
8. Susan Atkins Susan Atkins Self, Rainbow's Edge Susan Atkins, a.k.a. Sadie Mae Glutz, is one of the more notorious members of the group of people that congregated around convicted mass-murder mastermind Charles Manson, a group tagged "The Family" by the mass media. Born Susan Denise Atkins on May 7, 1948 in San Gabriel, California, her mother died of cancer when she was 15...
9. Jeffrey Buckner Ford Jeffrey Buckner Ford Actor, The Firm
10. Candy Johnson Candy Johnson Actress, Muscle Beach Party
11. Brian Hawkes Brian Hawkes Actor, The Bigger the Better
12. Gary McCord Gary McCord Self, Tin Cup
13. Nikki Santana Nikki Santana Actress, Mommy Loves Cock 6
14. Craig Schaefer Craig Schaefer Actor, Rocky IV
15. Steven Darancette Steven Darancette Writer, The X's Emmy nominated (2003)TV animation, live-action and film writer. Steven Darancette has been writing and producing movies since he was a young boy. Co-writer on "Bleak Future," the 1996 shoestring budgeted sci-fi flick. The staff of "Ain't It Cool News" gave Bleak Future a terrific review when it first landed distribution in 1997 on Screen Edge films in the UK...
16. Aaron Austin Aaron Austin Actor, Idol in the Sky
17. Bronson Scott Bronson Scott Self, The Pre-Opening Report from Disneyland/A Tribute to Mickey Mouse
18. Chance Thomas Chance Thomas Composer, The Chubbchubbs! Chance Thomas composes and produces original music for some of the most successful entertainment properties in the world, including Avatar, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Marvel, Monopoly, King Kong and many more. His projects have been honored by the Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, GANG Awards, Addy's, Telly's, IGN, Aurora Awards, Gamer's Choice Awards and many others...
19. Barry J. Ward Barry J. Ward Production Manager, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
20. Rusty Hanson Rusty Hanson Stunts, Titanic
21. Marco Duran Marco Duran Writer, On Wheels
22. Tex Schramm Tex Schramm Self, Al Davis
23. Rick Aguilera Rick Aguilera Self, Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets
24. Mike Garcia Mike Garcia Self, 1953 MLB All-Star Game
25. Emile Norman Emile Norman Self, Emile Norman: By His Own Design
26. Kimberley Bliquez Kimberley Bliquez Producer, Float
27. Manny Espinoza Manny Espinoza Art Department, A Life Less Ordinary
28. Derek Barnes Derek Barnes Actor, Nobody's Fool
29. Paul Taviani Paul Taviani Actor, The Source
30. Darrall Imhoff Darrall Imhoff Self, Mania
31. Colleen Devine Colleen Devine Art Department, Dancing at the Blue Iguana
32. David Manahan David Manahan Sound Department, Crimson Circle
33. John Douglas John Douglas Miscellaneous Crew, Hell's Kitchen
33 names.