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1. January Jones January Jones Actress, The Chrysanthemum and the Sword January Jones was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but was raised in a small town of some 400 souls in the Mount Rushmore State for the first decade of her life. January is her real name, as she was named after January Wayne, a character in Jacqueline Susann's potboiler Once Is Not Enough. She worked at the All-American job of counter girl at Dairy Queen after school...
2. Samantha Colburn Samantha Colburn Actress, Best Night Ever
3. Christopher Cain Christopher Cain Director, Young Guns
4. Mary Hart Mary Hart Self, Moonlighting (Pilot)
5. Brian Cummings Brian Cummings Actor, Beauty and the Beast
6. Pat O'Brien Pat O'Brien Self, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
7. Nick Simon Nick Simon Writer, Removal Nick Simon is a graduate of the prestigious American Film Institute Conservatory, where he attended as a directing fellow from 2006-2008. At AFI he wrote and directed his thesis film, "The 7th Claus", an official selection at the CineVegas Film Festival. His follow up thesis film, "Buckets", enjoyed a strong festival run including the 2008 AFI Film Festival...
8. Gail Matthius Gail Matthius Actress, The Tick
9. Jerry Ver Dorn Jerry Ver Dorn Actor, Guiding Light
10. James McDonnell James McDonnell Actor, One Life to Live
11. Jason Brandt Jason Brandt Composer, American Grindhouse Jason Brandt recently composed music for That Guy Dick Miller (2014), which will debut in SXSW March 2014. The Dog Who Saved Easter (2014) starring Dean Cain, Elisa Donovan and Mario Lopez will be released April 8th through Lionsgate & Starz Home Ent. Jason Brandt has composed music for major theatrical releases...
12. Amanda Nix Amanda Nix Actress, Apples
13. Taylor Hardick Taylor Hardick Actress, Storyteller
14. John S. Detlie John S. Detlie Art Department, A Christmas Carol
15. Joe Foss Joe Foss Self, Marine Corps Combat Leadership Skills Joe Foss was born and raised on a farm just outside Sioux Falls, SD. As a young man he was fascinated by the exploits of Charles A. Lindbergh, and vowed to one day "trade his horse for a plow." He joined the Marines during WWII and, despite his age, became a pilot. Foss scored 26 kills during the war, tying Eddie Rickenbacker's WWI record...
16. Jean Phillips Jean Phillips Actress, Dr. Broadway
17. Chris Ordal Chris Ordal Producer, Earthwork Chris Ordal is an award-winning writer/director. Born in the Midwest, Ordal went on to study filmmaking at the University of Kansas. After finishing college, Ordal co-founded a commercial production company, creating spots for corporations like H&R Block and Sprint, documentaries for the National Endowment for the Arts...
18. George Sanders George Sanders Director, Sneaky Snake: Lost in the Holy Land George Sanders grew up in South Dakota and began making films at age ten. He subsequently went on to study filmmaking and acting at The California Institute of the Arts, South Methodist University, and New York University, where he graduated magna cum laude. Upon graduation, he went into the music business and fronted a rock band in the 80s...
19. Gary Waynesmith Gary Waynesmith Actor, Slaughterhouse-Five
20. Joe Wilka Joe Wilka Director, Under the Influence Joe Wilka graduated with a bachelor's degree in film production from Loyola Marymount University and has been making films since 2001. Before entering film school, Joe had already directed three shorts and two feature-length films. Through his undergraduate years at LMU, he produced and directed two additional feature films and a number of shorts...
21. Lee Ingalls Lee Ingalls Actor, Ambrose Bierce: Civil War Stories Lee Ingalls was born and raised in Sioux Falls, SD. He attended William Jewel College in Liberty, MO, including a year of study abroad in Oxford, England. After college, Lee lived in Kansas City, MO, Oakland, CA, Manhattan, NY, and Chicago, IL. Lee studied at The Second City Training Center in Chicago, and was accepted into the conservatory. He moved to Seattle, WA in 2009.
22. George Welbes George Welbes Actor, How to Survive a Marriage
23. Lorna Low Lorna Low Actress, Roberta
24. Herbert Howe Herbert Howe Miscellaneous Crew, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
25. Roswell Rogers Roswell Rogers Writer, So This Is Washington
26. Rod Peyton Rod Peyton Writer, Stuck Rod Peyton is a writer/director based in Los Angeles. A South Dakota native, he holds a B.A. in Studies in Cinema and Media Culture from the University of Minnesota, where he co-founded a student filmmaking organization. His work has been seen on the Sci Fi Channel, scifi.com, sundancechannel.com, and TPT (Twin Cities Public Television).
27. Stuart Sage Stuart Sage Actor, The War Bride's Secret
28. Mike Miller Mike Miller Music Department, Shelter
29. Travis Jones Travis Jones Actor, Indiana Jed
30. Roy Shuman Roy Shuman Actor, As the World Turns
31. Dick Dennis Dick Dennis Actor, The Great Ziegfeld
32. George Young George Young Miscellaneous Crew, Law & Order: Criminal Intent
33. George Botsford George Botsford Soundtrack, The George Burns Special Songwriter ("Pride of the Prairie"), composer and conductor, a charter member of ASCAP (1914) and a frequent stage music director. His other popular-song compositions include "Sailing Down the Chesapeake Bay", "Silvery Bells", "Traveling" (the Iowa Corn Song), "The Grizzly Bear", "Back to Dixie Land", "Black and White Rag", "Sahara Butterfly", and "When Big Profundo Sang Low C" (plus ohers).
34. Carl McBride Carl McBride Director, College Capers
35. Jessica Honeycutt Jessica Honeycutt Miscellaneous Crew, MTV Video Music Awards 2010
36. Kelly Cowherd Kelly Cowherd Actor, Escape Through Time
37. Terry Forster Terry Forster Self, Game 4
38. Luke Halvorsen Luke Halvorsen Editor, Still Life Luke was born in 1981 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He graduated from Roosevelt High School in 2000, and then went on to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in History at North Park University in Chicago, Illinois. Luke graduated from North Park University in 2004, returned to school at Columbia College Chicago in the fall of 2006...
38 names.