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1. Scatman Crothers Scatman Crothers Actor, The Shining Scatman Crothers was born Benjamin Sherman Crothers on May 23, 1910 in Terre Haute, Indiana. Songwriter ("Dearest One"), actor, composer, singer, comedian and guitarist who, after high school, appeared in nightclubs, hotels, films and on television. He made many records, including his own compositions...
2. Bill Thompson Bill Thompson Actor, Peter Pan
3. Mark Jeffrey Miller Mark Jeffrey Miller Actor, The Patriot
4. Chubby Johnson Chubby Johnson Actor, Calamity Jane Chubby Johnson was born Charles Rutledge Johnson on August 13, 1903, in Terre Haute, Indiana. He made a living as a journalist and did not become a movie actor until he was in his 40s, making his debut in the Randolph Scott oater Abilene Town in support of Scott, Ann Dvorak and Edgar Buchanan...
5. Sarah Blake Sarah Blake Actress, Sexual Retreat 2 Sexy and slender brunette stunner Sarah Blake was born on August 21, 1980 in Terre Haute, Indiana. Blake grew up in a small conservative town in the Midwest. Sarah was a nurse's aid while attending high school and worked in a nursing home. She majored in Computer Science in college. Blake started out in the adult entertainment industry in her early 20's as a web-cam model...
6. Rob Youngblood Rob Youngblood Actor, General Hospital
7. Mick Mars Mick Mars Self, Disaster!
8. Julie Payne Julie Payne Actress, Misery
9. Hunter von Leer Hunter von Leer Actor, General Hospital
10. Trent Gill Trent Gill Actor, Greenberg Trent Gill was born in Terre Haute, Indiana. When he was 10 his family moved to Naperville, Illinois where Trent attended Hill Middle School and was a serious athlete. He not only played baseball and football, but was an All-state wrestler for 3 years. His family moved to California when Trent was fifteen and his sports obsession was soon replaced by his new love of acting...
11. Michelle Deighton Michelle Deighton Self, Five for Flinching
12. Frank Kramer Frank Kramer Self, Radio Cowboy
13. Timothy Skyler Dunigan Timothy Skyler Dunigan Actor, The Hangover Part III
14. Joe Keaton Joe Keaton Actor, The General Joe Keaton and wife Myra were grade-Z vaudeville performers in the early 1900s. Their son Buster joined the act when he was only a few months old. The act was a rough-and-tumble one, with Buster being thrown around on stage most of the time. As the years went by, Joe Keaton became an alcoholic, which forced Buster to quit the act by the time he was a teenager...
15. Summer Selby Summer Selby Actress, The Quest for Freedom
16. Jess Hahn Jess Hahn Actor, Topkapi Indiana-born Jess Hahn never played in an American movie, at least shot on American soil. On the other hand, this friendly giant with a nice sense of humor was a fixture in French movies where he often landed roles as a tough gangster or a Yankee (whether an army officer, a C.I.A./F.B.I. agent or an expatriated John Doe)...
17. Theodore Dreiser Theodore Dreiser Writer, A Place in the Sun Theodore Dreiser was one of the great American writers, and a transitional figure between Victorian America and the "modern" age that was inaugurated after the cessation of hostilities after WWI and the publication of Sinclair Lewis' "Main Street" in 1920. A naturalist with a committed social conscience...
18. Philip Jose Farmer Philip Jose Farmer Writer, Riverworld The author of dozens of books and even more short stories, Philip Jose Farmer was born in Indiana in 1918 to George and Lucile Jackson Farmer, but has called Peoria, Illinois, home for most of his life. He revolutionized science-fiction with his 1952 short story (later a novel) titled "The Lovers", the first known science-fiction tale to portray sex between a human and a non-humanoid alien...
19. Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher Actor, Bird of Paradise Former vaudeville entertainer who played light roles in Hollywood films from the mid-1920s through early 50s.
20. Lynne Topping Lynne Topping Actress, Chariot of Gold
21. Rhonda Bates Rhonda Bates Actress, Roadie
22. William Tanoos William Tanoos Director, The Drunk
23. Timothy Wead Timothy Wead Actor, Seed of Innocence
24. Matt Hughes Matt Hughes Actor, Humor Me
25. Arthur Sellers Arthur Sellers Writer, Modern Problems
26. Matthew T. Matthew T. Miscellaneous Crew, The Avengers
27. Valeska Suratt Valeska Suratt Actress, The Immigrant Valeska Suratt was born in Owensville, Indiana on June 28, 1882 to parents of French ancestry. She moved from Terre Haute to Indianapolis, where she worked at a department store in 1899 before moving to Chicago in 1900 to pursue an acting career. She appeared in vaudeville before debuting in Broadway in 1906 in the musical The Belle of Mayfair...
28. Brad Staggs Brad Staggs Actor, The Interview Raised in the great acting Mecca of the mid-west... Rockville, Indiana... Brad discovered at an early age that acting and writing can lead to many terrible things like starvation and laziness. He didn't let that stop him from pursuing his dream of a life on screen, though... lack of funds did that for him...
29. Tex Terry Tex Terry Actor, Juliet
30. Eugene V. Debs Eugene V. Debs Uncategorised
31. Robert Crawley Sr. Robert Crawley Sr. Art Director, Flying Misfits
32. Anthony Bruce Anthony Bruce Actor, Visions of Sugarplums Born in Terre Haute, Indiana, Anthony Bruce began writing student articles for the Terre Haute Tribune in October of 1981 while attending Terre Haute North Vigo High School. He went on to continue his writing for several newspapers and magazines throughout the United States. In 1997 he penned his play...
33. Eleanor Hansen Eleanor Hansen Actress, Flaming Frontiers
34. Ken Parker Ken Parker Actor, Heavenly Bodies!
35. Jacob Hashem Jacob Hashem Actor, Third Degree
36. Claude Thornhill Claude Thornhill Soundtrack, Columbia Thrills of Music 9952: Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra Claude Thornhill was born in Terre Haute, Indiana, on August 10 1909. He started playing the piano from the age of ten. His mother, a choir director and church organist, encouraged him to pursue a musical career. Her ambition was for him to become a concert pianist. However, a close friendship with the clarinettist Danny Polo soon steered young Claude away from classical music...
37. Edward Roseman Edward Roseman Actor, Fantomas
38. Ken Pettus Ken Pettus Writer, Land Raiders
39. Robert G. Hager Robert G. Hager Cinematographer, The Case of the Shapely Shadow
40. Tommy John Tommy John Self, New York Yankees (The Movie)
41. Philip Lehl Philip Lehl Actor, Final Voyage
42. Tony Hulman Tony Hulman Self, Winning
43. Jack Jahries Jack Jahries Actor, Citizen Kane
44. Tony McGee Tony McGee Self, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys
45. Orin Jackson Orin Jackson Actor, Lizzie's Waterloo
46. Maurice Ransford Maurice Ransford Art Director, Lifeboat Ransford qualified as an architect, graduating from the University of Illinois. He worked in this profession for most of the 1920's. In 1940, he joined the art department of 20th Century Fox, eventually rising to the rank of art director. He remained with Fox until his retirement in 1961. Ransford often worked in collaboration with Richard Day or Lyle R. Wheeler...
47. Joanne Lansing Joanne Lansing Animation Department, FernGully: The Last Rainforest
48. Nathan Atkinson Nathan Atkinson Director, Tracks of Saints
49. Paul Dresser Paul Dresser Soundtrack, The Myth of Fingerprints Composer, songwriter ("My Gal Sal", "On the Banks of the Wabash" [the official Indiana state song]), author, actor, singer, publisher and producer, educated at St. Meinrad's in Switz City, Indiana during training for the priesthood. He joined a medicine show at 16, then toured in vaudeville as a singer and monologist...
50. Richard Bremerkamp Richard Bremerkamp Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Yours, Mine and Ours
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