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1. Sharon Farrell Sharon Farrell Actress, Can't Buy Me Love
2. Jerry Mathers Jerry Mathers Actor, Leave It to Beaver
3. Kian Lawley Kian Lawley Actor, Before I Fall Kian Robert Lawley is an actor born in Sioux City, Iowa, that moved to San Clemente, California when he was five years old. Kian started a YouTube channel with his best friend Sam Pottorff in 2010, two years later he joined a collab channel called Our2ndLife (O2L), which ended 2014. In 2015 he created...
4. Jerry Lacy Jerry Lacy Actor, Dark Shadows
5. Fred Grandy Fred Grandy Actor, The Love Boat Fred is lovingly known as Gopher by his millions of fans around the world who watched him became for 9 years in the 1970s hit series The Love Boat. But, before Fred became well known as an actor, he went to "Phillips Exeter Academy" with David Eisenhower. Later, he became David's best man when he married Julie Nixon...
6. Ron Clements Ron Clements Writer, Aladdin
7. Macdonald Carey Macdonald Carey Actor, Days of Our Lives American film and television actor MacDonald Carey became famous for his role as Dr. Tom Horton on NBC's soap opera Days of Our Lives. For three decades he was the centered cast member of the show. His film career was from the 1940s-'60s, and he appeared mostly in second-features (aka "B" pictures). He became known in Hollywood as "The King of the B's" (much like Lucille Ball...
8. Frances Rafferty Frances Rafferty Actress, December Bride Her two children are Briget and Kevin and she also has a grandson, Michael. She lived in Paso Robles in the 1960s and was instrumental in forming a local acting group "Pioneer Players" which she directed for many years. She later moved back to Los Angeles and then to Colorado before returning to Paso Robles. She received two Emmy nominations during her career.
9. Pierre Watkin Pierre Watkin Actor, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Pierre Watkin was one of a stable of tall, distinguished-looking and sophisticated character actors (such as Russell Hicks, Jonathan Hale, Selmer Jackson and Samuel S. Hinds) whom Hollywood kept steadily employed playing political leaders, army officers, lawyers, wealthy businessmen and the like...
10. Constance Moore Constance Moore Actress, Buck Rogers Blonde singer/actress Constance Moore was a stylish, glamorous lead in many "B" war-era musicals. Born in Sioux City, Iowa, on January 18, 1920, she was raised in Dallas, Texas, and nurtured ambitions to be a singer. The one-time brunette with the rich contralto started out as a band vocalist prior to entering films...
11. Jimmy Mathers Jimmy Mathers Actor, Summer Magic
12. Iris Meredith Iris Meredith Actress, The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen Attractive blond leading lady of second features in the 1930's and 40's, who had enough charm and charisma to have merited a better career. Her exploits as a western heroine paled in comparison to her real life battles, which began when she lost both her parents while in her early teens. Forced to support her three siblings...
13. Bobbie Byers Bobbie Byers Actress, Wandâ surî
14. Vince St. Cyr Vince St. Cyr Actor, I Will Fight No More Forever William Vincent St.Cyr, or Vince was born on the Winnebago Indian Reservation on the Eastern banks of the Missouri River in Nebraska. In 1950, he entered the United States Marine Corps where he served in Korea during the Korean conflict. During his service, he was awarded the Bronze Star, the Korean Service Medal and the United Nations Ribbon as well as other medals and citations...
15. Abigail Van Buren Abigail Van Buren Self, The Jewish Americans
16. Ann Landers Ann Landers Self, The Mike Douglas Show
17. Robert Downing Robert Downing Actor, On the Waterfront Actor, critic (Denver Post) and production manager who began a long show-business career in the 1930s, touring with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in "The Seagull", "Idiot's Delight" and "Amphitryon 38", as well as working for the Federal Theater and Federal Writers projects. By 1940 he was assistant stage manager for "There Shall Be No Night" on Broadway...
18. David Backus David Backus Actor, Gigli David Backhaus (AKA The Orphan Killer) resides in Los Angeles CA. David is originally from Sioux City IA. His first breakthrough role came in the Tribeca Film Festival hit of IOWA. He is a part of the new Horror Franchise The Orphan Killer. David is a menacing presence and is sure to be the Robert Englund of the 21st Century.
19. Gregory Gifford Giles Gregory Gifford Giles Actor, World and Time Enough
20. Austin Lapierre Austin Lapierre Miscellaneous Crew, American Sniper
21. Robert Lewis Galinsky Robert Lewis Galinsky Producer, Dreamtime's Over
22. Ruth Prins Ruth Prins Actress, Wunda Wunda
23. Ruth King Ruth King Actress, He Who Gets Slapped
24. Allen K. Wood Allen K. Wood Production Manager, Some Like It Hot
25. Howard Dimsdale Howard Dimsdale Writer, Curtain Call at Cactus Creek
26. Ron Burrus Ron Burrus Director, Getting Personal
27. Jamey Schrick Jamey Schrick Actor, Bollywood and Vine
28. Stanford Whitmore Stanford Whitmore Writer, The Movie Murderer Raised South Side Chicago. Public schools. USMC 1943-46, gunner dive and torpedo bombers. A.B. Stanford University 1950, M.A. 1954. Published novel "SOLO" 1955. Married, two children.
29. Clarence 'Big' Miller Clarence 'Big' Miller Actor, Big Meat Eater
30. Brian Wansink Brian Wansink Self, Fat: What No One Is Telling You Brian Wansink (Ph.D. Stanford 1990), recent Executive Director of the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (2007-2009) is an internationally known author and expert on eating behavior. Dr. Wansink holds the John S. Dyson Endowed Chair in the Applied Economics and Management Department at Cornell University where he is Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab...
31. Scott Tanner Jones Scott Tanner Jones Writer, Plainview
32. Tommy Bolin Tommy Bolin Self, Deep Purple Rises Over Japan Tommy Bolin is notable for replacing Joe Walsh in The James Gang, and later taking over from Ritchie Blackmore in Deep Purple. Bolin's earliest recordings are on albums by Zephyr; he also guested on Billy Cobham's jazz album Spectrum. James Gang Bang is considered by some Bolin aficionados to be a much...
33. Ila Lee Ila Lee Actress, The Picture of Dorian Gray
34. Peggy Gilbert Peggy Gilbert Actress, Married with Children
35. Dylan Rohde Dylan Rohde Actor, Dead Doornails
36. Jessa Sininger Jessa Sininger Visual Effects, Alice in Wonderland
37. Gladys Ahern Gladys Ahern Self, On the Rancho
38. Jordan Dykstra Jordan Dykstra Music Department, It Comes at Night Jordan Isaiah Whitney Dykstra (b. 1985) was born in Sioux City, IA. He lives in Los Angeles, CA where he is a composer and violist. In 2008 Dykstra founded the Business of Composing for Strings and under that umbrella has worked with Dirty Projectors, Gus Van Sant, Atlas Sound, and award-winning poet Tom Blood...
39. Veronika Luksetich Veronika Luksetich Actress, Lights, Camera... Kill!
40. James Coffey James Coffey
41. Deanna Morse Deanna Morse Director, Forced Perspective: Odessa An independent filmmaker specializing in animation and personal short films and videos. Deanna Morse's works have been screened internationally and are represented in permanent collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. Her diverse award-winning films have been broadcast on Sesame Street, featured in film festivals, and used in classrooms...
42. Kristin Tooker Kristin Tooker Actress, The Unlikely's
43. Eldridge Lee Eldridge Lee Actor, Injustice
44. Harry Hopkins Harry Hopkins Self, Universal Newsreel
45. Bryan Millard Bryan Millard Self, The NFL on NBC
46. Bobby Knoop Bobby Knoop Self, 1966 MLB All-Star Game
47. George Day George Day Self, Return with Honor
48. Amy L. Weishaar Amy L. Weishaar Miscellaneous Crew, The Switch
49. Paul Taylor Paul Taylor Art Department, American Masters
50. Mike Reilly Mike Reilly Self, 2000 MLB All-Star Game
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