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1. Brianna Brown Brianna Brown Actress, Knocked Up Minnesota-born Brianna Brown began acting in elementary school and local community productions. After high school she journeyed to Hollywood to pursue an acting career full-time. She snagged a part in the pilot show for Judd Apatow's quirky, fondly remembered series Freaks and Geeks. From there she got parts in several theatrical features...
2. Loni Anderson Loni Anderson Actress, 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain A buxom, be-dimpled, pert-nosed knockout, Loni Anderson took an assured place on one of the television sex symbol pedestals during the late 1970s and early 1980s. A breakout hit in her Emmy-nominated role as Jennifer Marlowe on the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati, she later became a soap-styled fixture in mini-movies...
3. John Erick Dowdle John Erick Dowdle Writer, Quarantine John grew up in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. After graduating St. Thomas Academy, an all-boys, military, Catholic highschool, John moved to Iowa City to attend the University of Iowa. There he would make the move from writing to film. Two years later, John moved to Manhattan to attend NYU's film program...
4. Ian Anthony Dale Ian Anthony Dale Actor, The Hangover
5. Nate Richert Nate Richert Actor, Game Box 1.0
6. Mike Farrell Mike Farrell Actor, Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen Mike is one of four children. His father, Joe, who died in 1956, was a carpenter at Hollywood studios. Mike attended grammar school with Natalie Wood and Ricky Nelson. He entered the marines in the 1950's for two years. Later, he attended the University of California at Los Angeles and studied acting at the Jeff Corey Workshop...
7. Mitch Hedberg Mitch Hedberg Actor, Almost Famous Mitch Hedberg was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, on February 24, 1968. He began his stand-up career in Florida, and after a period of honing his skills there he moved to Seattle and began touring. He soon appeared on MTV's "Comikaze", then a 1996 appearance on Late Night with David Letterman brought him his big break...
8. Laila Robins Laila Robins Actress, Planes, Trains & Automobiles
9. Trevor Fehrman Trevor Fehrman Actor, Clerks II Trevor grew up in South St. Paul, Minnesota and performed in theater at his high school and did local commercial acting and modeling before his first TV break for NBC's Encore! Encore! Both of Trevor's parents were school teachers in the area and he has one older sister. Trevor is currently attending college in Southern California...
10. Christopher Sieber Christopher Sieber Actor, Morning Glory He attended Forest Lake High School and, after graduating, set out for New York to study acting at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Sieber made his television series debut in Two of a Kind. In regional theatre, he has been involved in a string of world premiere musicals, including Randy Newman's "Faust" at La Jolla Playhouse...
11. William Demarest William Demarest Actor, Sullivan's Travels Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, William Demarest was a prolific actor in movies and TV, making more than 140 films. Demarest started his acting career in vaudeville and made his way to Broadway. His most famous role was in My Three Sons, replacing a very sick William Frawley. Demarest was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting role in the real-life biography...
12. Jayne Trcka Jayne Trcka Actress, Scary Movie
13. Charles Kimbrough Charles Kimbrough Actor, The Hunchback of Notre Dame
14. Nancy Parsons Nancy Parsons Actress, Porky's Nancy Parsons, was born in Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota, to Mary and Charles Parson. She had two siblings -- Mary Parsons and Theresa Macrae. When she was 17, her father remarried Genevieve Stack and moved with the three girls to South Pasadena, California. It was here that the acting bug first bit, when...
15. Larry Keating Larry Keating Actor, When Worlds Collide Supporting actor in films and TV who portrayed witty and urbane although often curmudgeonly types.
16. Greg Baker Greg Baker Actor, He Was a Quiet Man
17. Jimmy Deshler Jimmy Deshler Actor, Equestrian Sexual Response Jimmy Deshler didn't follow his interest in the entertainment industry until the age of 14. He began his acting career in Minnesota where he was involved in theater, short films, and landed several commercial and print jobs before being discovered at IMTA in New York in 2008. Following the attention he received at the convention...
18. F. Scott Fitzgerald F. Scott Fitzgerald Writer, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button "There are no second acts in American lives," wrote F. Scott Fitzgerald, who himself went from being the high priest of the Jazz Age to a down-and-out alcoholic within the space of twenty years, not before giving the world several literary masterpieces, the most famous of which is The Great Gatsby (1924)...
19. Aline Towne Aline Towne Actress, Radar Men from the Moon She spent the last 25 years of her life doing what she loved most: travelling the world. Before her death in 1996, she travelled extensively to Asia, Africa, India, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South America, Central America, Russia, Scandinavia, Middle East. Aline Towne was not only an accomplished actress...
20. Kevin M. Horton Kevin M. Horton Actor, American Pie Presents: The Book of Love Kevin M. Horton grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he began his professional acting career at the young age of eleven. In 1997, Kevin took his first starring role in the classical opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors." He went on to win seven different awards including "Preteen Male Talent of the Year" at the 1998 International Model and Talent Association (IMTA) convention in New York...
21. John D. LeMay John D. LeMay Actor, Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday John D. LeMay has been a working actor in Los Angeles since 1985 after studying music and theatre at Illinois State University. His television credits include Parks and Recreation, E-Ring, Providence, Sisters, Eddie Dodd, Over My Dead Body, Tour of Duty, Remington Steele, The Facts of Life, and Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone...
22. Ashlee Füss Ashlee Füss Actress, Francesca
23. Larry Gates Larry Gates Actor, Guiding Light Larry Gates spent much of his early career waiting for that "big break." That Big break finally came when he was cast in the 1956 broadway comedy Bell Book and Candle opposite Rex Harrison and Lili Palmer.Already middle aged the role was the first in a long line of character roles that Larry would make famous on both stage and screen...
24. Kristen Vigard Kristen Vigard Actress, One Life to Live
25. Richard Arlen Richard Arlen Actor, Wings During World War I, Richard Arlen served in the Royal Canadian Flying Corps as a pilot, but he never saw combat. After the war he drifted round and eventually wound up in Los Angeles, where he got a job as a motorcycle messenger at a film laboratory. When he crashed into the gates of Paramount Pictures and suffered a broken leg...
26. Anneka Di Lorenzo Anneka Di Lorenzo Actress, Dressed to Kill Stunningly gorgeous, shapely, and enticing brunette knockout Anneka Di Lorenzo was born Marjorie Lee Thoreson in September 6, 1952 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Anneka dropped out of high school and moved to Los Angeles, California after her parents divorced in 1967. Di Lorenzo worked as a receptionist, a cocktail waitress...
27. Susan Gordon Susan Gordon Actress, The Fugitive
28. Joan Davis Joan Davis Actress, Hold That Ghost Widely popular comedienne appeared in some movies and on radio in the 40s and on early television. She starred in the popular television series, I Married Joan, with Jim Backus as her husband and her real-life daughter, Beverly Wills as her sister. Joan died of a sudden heart attack in 1961. Two years later, a fire tragically claimed the lives of her mother, daughter and two grandsons.
29. Ivar Brogger Ivar Brogger Actor, Ocean's Thirteen
30. Susan Blu Susan Blu Miscellaneous Crew, Finding Nemo
31. Chad Smith Chad Smith Soundtrack, The Fighter Chad Gaylord Smith was born in St Paul, Minnesota on October 25th 1961. He later moved to Michigan, where, whilst he was still at school, ran away from home for a period of time. When he returned with a dog called Bong, his mother sent him to a boarding school, kept the dog and shortened his name to Bo...
32. Richard Dix Richard Dix Actor, Cimarron Richard Dix was a major leading man at RKO Radio Pictures from 1929 through 1943. He was born Ernest Carlton Brimmer July 18, 1893, in St. Paul, Minnesota. There he was educated, and at the desires of his father, studied to be a surgeon. His obvious acting talent in his school dramatic club led him to leading roles in most of the school plays...
33. Tom Davis Tom Davis Writer, Coneheads
34. Kristen Aldridge Kristen Aldridge Actress, World Entertainment Connections Kristen Aldridge can be seen by sports fans across the country as co-host of ESPN Road Trip. The ESPN series gives college football fans a look at the rituals, revelry and rivalries that seize college campuses each week. "ESPN Road Trip" joins a growing lineup of "ESPN Original Digital series" on ESPN.com, with videos viewed monthly by fans an average of more than 120 million times...
35. Bill Ratner Bill Ratner Actor, Explorers Bill is a nine-time winner of The Moth Story Slams. His stories can be heard on NPR's The Business and Good Food and KCRW's Strangers. He tells at storytelling conferences, comedy clubs, and theaters. He teaches voice-overs for SAG-AFTRA and the SAG Foundation Don La Fontaine Memorial Voice-over Lab where he serves on the Advisory Committee...
36. Dick Simmons Dick Simmons Actor, Man with the Steel Whip Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Richard Simmons later moved to Minneapolis where he attended West High School and then the University of Minnesota. While at university he competed in fencing and swimming and also acted in a few theater productions. He left the Twin Cities in the 1930s and spent several years traveling the world, working on freighters and tankers...
37. Jake Garber Jake Garber Make-Up Department, Inglourious Basterds
38. Walter Abel Walter Abel Actor, Fury A familiar character face in movies and television, Walter Abel was a dedicated stage actor who had studied at the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York before moving on to a progression of stage work that culminated in his first appearance on Broadway in the original play "Forbidden" in late 1919...
39. Alan Baltes Alan Baltes Actor, Episode #1.5342 Alan Baltes was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and his family moved to Santa Barbara, California when he was 6 years old. He attended San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, CA with classmates Cathy Ireland, Cady Huffman, Anthony Edwards, and Eric Stoltz. It wasn't until he met actor Don Stroud, that he became interested in acting...
40. Daniele Gaither Daniele Gaither Actress, Diff'rent Strokes: The Rivals/The Partridge Family: Keith and Lauriebelle
41. Charles M. Schulz Charles M. Schulz Writer, A Charlie Brown Christmas
42. Edward F. Villaume Edward F. Villaume Actor, Things You Don't Tell... Edward Villaume is a man for all seasons - sportsman, athlete, actor, businessman. From fly-fishing to ice hockey, from the silver screen to the music studio, from corporate board rooms to charitable board rooms, Mr. Villaume has led a life of incredible variety and accomplishment. Hailing from the rugged outdoors of Northern America...
43. Tac Fitzgerald Tac Fitzgerald Actor, Black Hawk Down
44. Chad Alva Chad Alva Actor, Lost and Found
45. Emory Parnell Emory Parnell Actor, The Miracle of Morgan's Creek
46. Jim Lange Jim Lange Self, The Weather Underground
47. Dave Winfield Dave Winfield Self, Science Names Suck Dave Winfield, the hard-hitting, Gold Glove outfielder who put together a Hall of Fame career with the San Diego Padres, the New York Yankees, the California Angels and the Toronto Blue Jays (with which he won a World Series Championship in 1992), Minnesota Twins (1993-1994), and Cleveland Indians (with whom he went to the World Series in 1995)...
48. Bill Devlin Bill Devlin Actor, Jailbait Bill Devlin (comedian, actor and writer) was born and raised in St. Paul Minnesota. The youngest of eight children in an Irish Catholic community, serves as fodder in a good deal of Devlin's reservoir of comedy. In addition to touring around the country, Bill has also performed stand up comedy at all the major comedy clubs in Southern California...
49. Cheryl Hawker Cheryl Hawker Actress, Grumpier Old Men
50. Michael Hayden Michael Hayden Actor, Charming Billy Michael Hayden has won multiple honors for his stage work. For his portrayal of Billy Bigelow both on Broadway and in the London production of "Carousel", he received a Theatre World Award as well as Laurence Olivier and Drama Desk Award nominations. After graduating from St. John 's University, Hayden was accepted at Juilliard...
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