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1. Timothy Omundson Timothy Omundson Actor, Galavant Timothy Omundson was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, on July 29, 1969, the youngest of four children. He grew up in Seattle, Washington, where his family moved when he was one. His father is a former railroad man and his mother was a teacher. Tim started to study theatre at the age of 12 at the Seattle Children's Theater...
2. Eminem Eminem Actor, 8 Mile Eminem was born Marshall Bruce Mathers III in St. Joseph, Missouri, to Deborah R. (Nelson) and Marshall Bruce Mathers, Jr., who were in a band together, Daddy Warbucks. He is of English, as well as some German, Scottish, and Swiss-German, ancestry. Marshall spent his early childhood being shoved back and forth from Kansas City and Detroit...
3. Jane Wyman Jane Wyman Actress, Falcon Crest Jane Wyman was born Sarah Jane Mayfield on January 5, 1917, in St. Joseph, Missouri (she was also known later as Sarah Jane Fulks). When she was only eight years old, and after her parents filed for divorce, she lost her father prematurely. After graduating high school she attempted, with the help of her mother...
4. Ruth Warrick Ruth Warrick Actress, Citizen Kane Reedy and regal actress Ruth Warrick will be remembered for two names and two names alone. In films, she will indelibly be referred to as the castoff first "Mrs. Citizen Kane," and on TV she will forever be synonymous with her character of Phoebe Tyler Wallingford, the obnoxiously wealthy, viper-tongued...
5. Betty Garrett Betty Garrett Actress, Laverne & Shirley A sunny singer, dancer and comic actress, Betty Garrett starred in several Hollywood musicals and stage roles. She was at the top of her game when the Communist scare in the 1950s brought her career to a screeching, ugly halt. She and her husband Larry Parks, an Oscar-nominated actor, were summoned by the House UnAmerican Activities Committee and questioned about their involvement...
6. Walter Cronkite Walter Cronkite Actor, The Twentieth Century Walter Leland Cronkite Jr. was born in St Joseph, Missouri. He was the only child of Walter Leland Cronkite Sr. and Helen Lena Fritsche. Throughout his early career, Cronkite worked with newspapers. During World War II, he served as a news reporter. In 1950, Cronkite became a journalist. He signed up with CBS News in 1962 and retired in 1981...
7. Jeff Morris Jeff Morris Actor, The Blues Brothers Laconic, "good ole boy" type Texan raised actor with appropriate drawl who has notched up several dozen film and TV appearances playing working class men from various backgrounds such as farmers, soldiers, bartenders etc. Best known as the country and western music fan, Bob....the owner of "Bob's Country Bunker" in the cult hit The Blues Brothers...
8. Nicole Taylor Nicole Taylor Actress, Friday Night Lights Nicole Taylor is a Los Angeles-based actress originally from Austin, TX. She began her career as a teenager and has appeared on many television shows (Friday Night Lights, Entourage, iCarly, CSI: NY & Miami), films (Just Go With It, Texas Chainsaw Massacre), and starred in over 40 national commercials (i.e. Aussie, ProActiv, Skechers, Corona, Dos Equis).
9. Brooke Mills Brooke Mills Actress, The Big Doll House Brooke Mills was a very capable and beautiful redhead actress and dancer who popped up in a handful of movies and TV shows during her regrettably short-lived career. She was born as Dolores Ann Williams on January 17, 1949 in St. Joseph, Missouri. Mills made her film debut with an uncredited bit part as a model in Live a Little, Love a Little...
10. Irving Bacon Irving Bacon Actor, Gone with the Wind A minor character actor who appeared in literally hundreds of films, actor Irving Bacon could always be counted on for expressing bug-eyed bewilderment or cautious frustration in small-town settings with his revolving door of friendly, servile parts - mailmen, milkmen, clerks, chauffeurs, cab drivers...
11. Shelley Waggener Shelley Waggener Actress, Winter's Bone Raised just outside of Branson, Missouri, Shelley grew up in small town fashion. "Everyone knows everyone there." Although Branson was becoming a large part of the country music scene, there wasn't much else in the way of other entertainment avenues. Shelley first knew she was destined to be an actor when she was 3...
12. Georgia Hale Georgia Hale Actress, The Gold Rush Georgia Theodora Hale was born on June 27, 1900 in St. Joseph, Missouri. Her parents were George Washington Hale and Laura Imbrie, and her two older sisters were Eugenia and Helen. Soon, her family moved to Illinois. In 1922, she won a beauty contest in Chicago and despite strong disapproval from her father...
13. Benny Baker Benny Baker Actor, Paint Your Wagon
14. Zon Murray Zon Murray Actor, Blood on the Moon
15. Jacob Hays Jacob Hays Actor, Disney's Really Short Report
16. Jack Clark Jack Clark Self, Tattletales One of the 1970s most-loved and respected TV personalities, Jack Clark was best known as host of the highly successful syndicated game shows "Dealer's Choice" (1973-75) and "Cross Wits" (1975-80). Born in St. Joseph, Missouri around 1925, he moved to California where after the service he worked at KROW in Oakland...
17. June Clyde June Clyde Actress, A Study in Scarlet
18. Paul Crouch Paul Crouch Self, Praise the Lord Flamboyant televangelist Paul Crouch first gained notoriety as the founder of the "Trinity Broadcasting Network" (TBN), an evangelical/charismatic Christian television network, on which he and his wife, Jan Crouch, had their own religious (but very controversial among conservative evangelicals) talk show called Praise the Lord...
19. Sid Rogell Sid Rogell Producer, Murder, My Sweet
20. Dorothea Kent Dorothea Kent Actress, It Happened on Fifth Avenue
21. Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins Soundtrack, Spotlight Coleman Hawkins was called "The father of the tenor sax". He was a pioneer in this instrument, starting his career with the blues singer Mamie Smith in 1921. In 1923 he played with Fletcher Henderson until 1934. In this orchestra he was a partner of Louis Armstrong in 1924. In the mid-thirties he went to Europe and played with many musicians...
22. Rocky Rockwell Rocky Rockwell Thanks, Lawrence Welk's TV Treasures
23. Brian McDonald Brian McDonald Writer, White Face McDonald is the author of Invisible Ink -- A Practical Guide To Building Stories That Resonate and The Golden Theme - How To Make Your Writing Appeal To The Highest Common Denominator. In comic books he has written for such titles that include Tarzan, Predator and Lost In Space and the first Hellboy spin-off Abe Sapien - Drums Of The Dead.
24. Frank M. Thomas Frank M. Thomas Actor, Bachelor Mother
25. Norbert Brodine Norbert Brodine Cinematographer, The Loretta Young Show
26. Mary Cooper Mary Cooper Actress, The Edge of Night
27. Steve Walsh Steve Walsh Self, Miracles Out of Nowhere
28. LeRoy Prinz LeRoy Prinz Miscellaneous Crew, The Ten Commandments LeRoy Prinz started his career after running away from a boarding school. He came to France prior to WWI, where he earned his money dancing in nightclubs. After the outbreak of the war he became a pilot. He was shot down 15 times. After the war he fought as a mercenary in a civil war in Nicaragua, until US forces landed and intervened...
29. John Pringle John Pringle Actor, Cowboy Cavalier
30. Goodee Montgomery Goodee Montgomery Actress, Beware of Ladies
31. Mark Shimer Mark Shimer Visual Effects, Serenity
32. Edward Wiskoski Edward Wiskoski Actor, AWA: WrestleRock
33. Jeff Chitty Jeff Chitty Producer, Roadkill Jeff Chitty was born September 11th, 1976 in the small city of St. Joseph, Missouri. At a young age, his parents moved to the much smaller rural community of Weston Missouri, about an hour north of Kansas City. Growing up in the country on a tobacco farm provided him with the rural surroundings needed...
34. David Craig Montgomery David Craig Montgomery Self, Dancing Boxing Match, Montgomery and Stone
35. Porter Strong Porter Strong Actor, Way Down East
36. Fred Lau Fred Lau Sound Department, Some Like It Hot
37. Katherine K. Davis Katherine K. Davis Soundtrack, The Help Composer ("Carol of the Drum" ["Little Drummer Boy"]), author and teacher, educated at Wellesley College and a student of Stuart Mason and Nadia Boulanger. She taught at Wellesley and in private schools in Philadelphia and Concord, and was a freelance editor and arranger from 1910. She joined ASCAP in 1941.
38. Michael K. Anderson Michael K. Anderson Writer, Earthfall
39. John Brown John Brown Self, The Daily Buzz John Brown worked as host of the Daily Buzz from 2004 - 2006. John also worked in TV news in Missouri, and as a radio talk show personality in Miami and St. Louis. John is also a public speaker and author of the books "Famous Faces, Missouri Places," "Using the Media to Grow Your Business," and "Incremental...
40. Rob Fredrickson Rob Fredrickson Self, NFL on FOX
41. Tyson Minnick Tyson Minnick Actor, Wanted
42. Fred Harman Fred Harman Writer, Stagecoach to Denver
43. Reid A. Woodbury Jr. Reid A. Woodbury Jr. Sound Department, Bride of Chucky
44. Paul Armstrong Paul Armstrong Writer, Salomy Jane
45. Olive Young Olive Young Actress, Daxia Gan Fengchi
46. Beulah Poynter Beulah Poynter Actress, Lena Rivers
47. Fred Ahern Fred Ahern Production Manager, The Fugitive
48. Ryan McEnaney Ryan McEnaney Actor, General Hospital Ryan McEnaney is an American actor known for playing morally ambiguous characters, anti-heroes and anti-villains. Born on September 30, 1985 in St. Joseph, Missouri. McEnaney took an interest in acting from an early age, appearing in school plays as well as performing in his own short films and comedic skits...
49. Jason Stafford Jason Stafford Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, A Christmas Snow
50. Jay Sarno Jay Sarno Actor, Diamonds Are Forever
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