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1. Mickey Rourke Mickey Rourke Actor, Sin City Mickey Rourke was born Phillip Andre Rourke, Jr. on September 16, 1952, in Schenectady, New York, the son of Annette (Cameron) and Phillip Andre Rourke. His father was of Irish and German descent, and his mother was of French-Canadian, English, and German ancestry. When he was six years old, his parents divorced...
2. Jessica Collins Jessica Collins Actress, Catch Me If You Can
3. Ato Essandoh Ato Essandoh Actor, Jason Bourne
4. Deborah Van Valkenburgh Deborah Van Valkenburgh Actress, The Warriors Deborah Van Valkenburgh is a Los Angeles-based Actress, Singer, Artist and Writer working in all manner of media including TV, Film and Theatre across the globe. Deborah graduated from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y. with a BFA in Painting & Drawing. However, performing has always been an integral facet of her creative repertoire...
5. Harold Gould Harold Gould Actor, Patch Adams Harold Gould earned a Ph.D. in theatre and taught speech and drama at Cornell University. Pursuing some off-Broadway work in the 1950s, he decided to practice what he preached, and became a full-time professional actor in the 1960s. He has appeared in hundreds of TV shows since, usually playing a father, grandfather or other authority figure.
6. Alex Sgambati Alex Sgambati Actress, Blue Bloods Though a New Yorker by birth, Alex Sgambati was raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she began her acting career in theatre at the age of seven. Her big break came in the fall of 2011 when Craig Ferguson picked her out of the audience at a taping of his show to be a recurring personality on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
7. John Sayles John Sayles Writer, Eight Men Out A bright child, John Sayles began reading novels before age 9. A Williams grad in 1972, he shunned a corporate career to work various blue-collar jobs, moving to east Boston to take a factory job. He wrote stories and submitted them to various magazines, and the Atlantic Monthly gave him the idea of publishing them in a novel--thus "Pride of the Bimbos" (1975) was born...
8. Ann B. Davis Ann B. Davis Actress, The Brady Bunch Ann B. Davis made her debut in show business at age 6 earning $2.00 in a puppet show. At the University of Michigan, Anne planned to study medicine but got the acting bug from her brother who was the lead dancer in the national company of "Oklahoma" for over a year. Anne then spent six years in little theaters...
9. Patricia Kalember Patricia Kalember Actress, Signs Patricia was raised in Westport, Connecticut and Louisville, Kentucky. Studied acting at Indiana and Temple Universities after being encouraged by her high-school drama teacher. She finished College with a B.A. degree in theater and immediately started acting in major regional and off-Broadway productions...
10. Clifton Young Clifton Young Actor, Dark Passage Clifton "Bobby" Young gained notoriety as a child actor playing "Bonedust" during Our Gang's sound transition period. Of all the graduates of Our Gang (with the exception of Jackie Cooper and arguably Dickie Moore), Clifton had the greatest shot at adult stardom - at least as far as strong character roles were concerned...
11. Leslie Silva Leslie Silva Actress, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Born in Schenectady, New York, Leslie Silva was raised primarily in Saratoga, New York, but also lived in Connecticut, Iowa and Georgia, moving frequently because her father worked as a nuclear engineer. She attended the University of Connecticut at Storrs, and received a BFA from the School of Drama there, and an MFA from the Juilliard School in New York...
12. Warren Munson Warren Munson Actor, Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan
13. Kevin Burns Kevin Burns Producer, Biography Born on June 18, 1955 and raised in Schenectady, New York, Kevin Burns developed his love for television and films at an early age. He also displayed a unique and impressive talent for mimicry and drawing cartoons and caricature. It was this love for drawing that helped attract the attention of his childhood idol...
14. Maria Brink Maria Brink Actress, Murder in the First
15. Dave Garroway Dave Garroway Actor, I Surrender Dear
16. Michalina Scorzelli Michalina Scorzelli Director, The Composer Michalina Scorzelli began her multifaceted career as an Actress in NYC. She appeared on stage, in film and Television. Once being cast in Independent films she began also Producing. The first film she was in and Produced Won Best debut Feature Film at the Raindance Film Festival. Today she is Directing, Producing and stepping back in front of the camera.
17. Michelle Parylak Michelle Parylak Actress, Star Trek Born upstate New York to a set of French/Ukrainian parents, Michelle was hailed a performer just seconds after leaving the womb. Although the Doctors initial prediction of being a born singer never came to fruition, it was a future in the arts that indeed was her calling. Childhood living room performance extravaganzas were commonly dressed...
18. David Wilcock David Wilcock Actor, Wisdom Teachings
19. John Philip Dayton John Philip Dayton Producer, Tracy and Hepburn
20. Jason Furlani Jason Furlani Actor, Bull
21. Ranald MacDougall Ranald MacDougall Writer, The World, the Flesh and the Devil
22. Kenneth Schermerhorn Kenneth Schermerhorn Music Department, Il divo - La spettacolare vita di Giulio Andreotti
23. Jack Briggs Jack Briggs Actor, Joan of Paris
24. John Ball John Ball Writer, In the Heat of the Night Novelist John Dudley Ball was born in Schenectady, NY, in 1911, the son of a scientist. He grew up in Milwaukee, WI, and attended Wisconsin's Carroll College. After graduation he worked as a staff writer specializing in science for "Fortune" magazine, then went to work for the "Brooklyn Eagle" newspaper as a feature writer and music critic...
25. Jim Jermanok Jim Jermanok Producer, Em An award-winning Writer, Director and Producer, Jim Jermanok wrote and produced "Passionada," a sophisticated romantic comedy that was released in over 120 American cities in summer- autumn, 2003. It was later released in 2004-2005 by Columbia Tri-Star in over 150 countries. The film stars: Jason Isaacs ("The Patriot" "Harry Potter")...
26. Lina Bradford Lina Bradford Actress, Woo Lina Bradford was born and raised in New York City, across the street from famed Carnegie Hall on the Upper West Side. She identified as Trans at a young age and her career in entertainment began at an early age as a dancer. She studied modern ballet, tap and jazz for 11 years and performed in several companies throughout NYC...
27. Joshua Seftel Joshua Seftel Director, War, Inc. Joshua Seftel's filmmaking has brought him to Romania, Bosnia, South Africa, Costa Rica, Iceland, and across the United States. At age 22, he received his first Emmy nomination for his documentary film Lost and Found (1991) about the plight of Romania's 120,000 orphaned and abandoned children. Made for $2,000...
28. Ray Nelson Ray Nelson Writer, They Live
29. Brad Turner Brad Turner Editor, Goat
30. Shannon Plumb Shannon Plumb Actress, The Place Beyond the Pines Shannon Plumb's cinematic studies of life's various roles and characters explore the complexities embedded in the ordinary and extraordinary. From the humble persona of a new mother to iconic figures from the silver screen, Plumb portrays these characters with zest and humor. Inspired by the curious...
31. Gene Galusha Gene Galusha Actor, Stephanie Daley According to narrator Gene Galusha, he may not be a crime-solver, but if he retains a fraction of the information he reads each week on The New Detectives: Case Studies in Forensic Science, he may consider a career change. Gene began his announcing career when he graduated from high school and was hired as a summer replacement disc jockey at a local radio station in his hometown of Schenectady...
32. Greg Capullo Greg Capullo Art Department, The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
33. Amir Derakh Amir Derakh Actor, Freaky Friday
34. Malcolm Atterbury Jr. Malcolm Atterbury Jr. Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, A Piece of the Action
35. Steve Hendrickson Steve Hendrickson Actor, Jingle All the Way
36. Daniel Carnevale Daniel Carnevale Actor, One on One Daniel Joseph Carnevale was born on the 6th of August, 1970 in the small inner city of Schenectady, in upstate New York, to Italian parents John Raymond and Carol Ann. Growing up, Daniel was introverted and shy, but while attending St. Luke's Catholic School, he became immersed in music and singing...
37. John Nacco John Nacco Actor, Law & Order
38. Paulie DiCocco III Paulie DiCocco III Transportation Department, 2012
39. Darcy Schacher Darcy Schacher Actress, What Would You Do?
40. John F. McCormick John F. McCormick Actor, The Young and the Restless John left his career in performing in 2012 to pursue an opportunity as on on set hairstylist. In 2016, John won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Hair styling a the team at "The Young and the Restless. Two time nominee of the Hairbrained Video Awards in New York City. Member of Local 706, Make up and Hairstyling union in Los Angeles, Ca.
41. Darcy Pulliam Darcy Pulliam Actress, The Producers
42. Andrew Yang Andrew Yang Self, Generation Startup Andrew Yang is the Founder and CEO of Venture for America, a fellowship program that places top college graduates in start-ups for 2 years in emerging U.S. cities to generate job growth and train the next generation of entrepreneurs. Andrew founded Venture For America in 2011 with the mission to: Revitalize American cities and communities through entrepreneurship...
43. Anthony Ferraro Anthony Ferraro Writer, Galactic Galaxy: A Glorious Space Age Is Upon Us Anthony Ferraro was born & raised in Schenectady NY, he directed & preformed in theatre throughout the 90's in NYC. Also at that time he co-created music videos with The House of Borax for Caroline Record Company, notably Ben Folds 5, Brackett & The DelRubio Triples. In the early 2000's he Wrote & Directed two Mublecore Features...
44. Michael J. Carnevale Michael J. Carnevale Writer, The Vanish Woods Michael J. Carnevale is an American writer, actor, director and film producer who was born in New York. Michael caught the acting bug after moving to South Florida in 1986, and working as an actor on various films like "Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise" (1987) and several episodes of: "Miami Vice" (1987)...
45. Hubbell Robinson Hubbell Robinson Producer, Startime
46. Tom Moulton Tom Moulton Soundtrack, I epithesi tou gigantiaiou mousaka
47. Ellen Demming Ellen Demming Actress, Guiding Light What many people do not know about Ellen Demming, is that besides her work on the Guiding Light, she held membership in SAG and Actors Equity. In addition to playing Meta, she did Summer Stock, regional theatre, commercial work, and she starred off-Broadway in "Family Portrait", in 1959, at the Seven Arts Center...
48. Chauncey Gray Chauncey Gray Soundtrack, The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio Composer, songwriter ("Bye Bye Blues"), conductor and pianist, a soloist in dance bands, vaudeville and night clubs. Joining ASCAP in 1942, his other popular-song compositions include "You're the One I Care For", "By My Side", "I'll Never Change", and "No More Rain".
49. Sid Weiss Sid Weiss Soundtrack, Make Mine Music Swing-era bassist, an often understated presence on the music scene from early childhood. Weiss began on tuba, clarinet and violin before switching to string bass. After completing high school, he gigged for some time in the Rochester and New York area, including stints with Wingy Manone and Charlie Barnet...
50. Daniel B. Martin Daniel B. Martin Actor, The Revolution
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