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1. Richard Kind Richard Kind Actor, Inside Out
2. Judith Light Judith Light Actress, Joseph: King of Dreams Judith Light was born February 9, 1949 in Trenton, New Jersey to Pearl Sue and Sidney Light. Judith later graduated from St. Mary's Hall-Doane Academy in Burlington, New Jersey, and later enrolled at Carnegie-Mellon University, where she earned a degree in drama. With several television appearances, perhaps Judith is best remembered as Angela Bower in the 1980's sitcom Who's the Boss?.
3. Amy Locane Amy Locane Actress, Cry-Baby Amy Locane was born in Trenton, New Jersey, and raised by her mother. She was ten years old when a local photographer spotted her and sent her picture to an agent in New York. Amy commuted to New York, accompanied by her mother, and auditioned for commercials, often doing her homework on the train. By the time she was 12...
4. Zach Woods Zach Woods Actor, In the Loop
5. Tom Guiry Tom Guiry Actor, Mystic River Thomas Guiry was born October 12, 1981, in Trenton, New Jersey. His acting debut in a movie was in The Sandlot, in 1993, when he was 11. This led to other films such as Lassie, The Last Home Run, Wrestling with Alligators, Black Hawk Down, and Justice.
6. Ernie Kovacs Ernie Kovacs Actor, North to Alaska Hailed as a genius for his offbeat comedy style and changing much of the way comedy was played, Ernie Kovacs' life was cut short much too early. Born in Trenton, New Jersey, during his schooldays he hunted rabbits and pheasants by day and concocted mad potions with his chemistry set at night. Later...
7. Roxanne Hart Roxanne Hart Actress, Highlander Roxanne Hart was born July 27, 1952 in Trenton, New Jersey, to Joan Irene (McKee) and Edward J. Hart, Jr. Her father was a teacher who later became the school principal at Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua, New York. Roxanne graduated from Greeley in 1969. She appeared in several Broadway productions before she made her film debut performance in The Verdict...
8. Neil Hopkins Neil Hopkins Actor, Skyline Neil is best known for his recurring role on "Lost", playing Liam, the heroin-addicted rockstar brother of Charlie (Dominic Monaghan). His other TV credits include recurring roles on the Emmy-Award Nominated "Big Love" and the Paul Haggis series, "Crash"; as well as a wide variety of guest starring roles on "My Name Is Earl"...
9. Vernee Watson Vernee Watson Actress, Antwone Fisher
10. Michael Cristofer Michael Cristofer Actor, Die Hard: With a Vengeance Michael Cristofer was awarded a Pulitzer Prize and an Antoinette Perry "Tony" Award for the Broadway production of his play, The Shadow Box. Other plays include Breaking Up (Primary Stages), ICE, (Manhattan Theatre Club); Black Angel, (Circle Repertory Company); The Lady and the Clarinet starring Stockard Channing...
11. Dennis Rodman Dennis Rodman Self, The Rodman World Tour
12. Mark Osborne Mark Osborne Director, Kung Fu Panda
13. Kelly Jo Minter Kelly Jo Minter Actress, A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
14. Zalman King Zalman King Director, Two Moon Junction
15. Danielle Spencer Danielle Spencer Actress, As Good as It Gets Danielle Spencer was born in Bronx, New York, USA. After 'What's Happening' got canceled in 1979, Danielle in 1983, went to University Of California to pursue a degree in medicine, she was inspired to by her stepfather, Tim Pelt who died in an automobile accident in 1977. Spencer only attended the University for two years and went back to participate in the sequel of What's Happening...
16. Robert Brown Robert Brown Actor, The Alternative Factor
17. Kay McConaughey Kay McConaughey Actress, Bernie
18. Kevin Collins Kevin Collins Actor, Baby Mama Trained at the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal before moving to Ireland, where he was a member of the theatre company, Blue Raincoat, based in Sligo. Kevin later moved to London to study at the Ecole de Mime Corporel Dramatique under Steven Wasson and Corinne Soum, the last assistants of Etienne Decroux and the directors of the Theatre de l'Ange Fou...
19. Leo Rossi Leo Rossi Actor, The Accused Personable, dynamic and versatile character actor Leo Rossi has been working profusely in both movies and TV shows alike from the mid-70s to the present day. Rossi was born in 1947 in Trenton, New Jersey and grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Leo first began acting in community theater. Although often cast as mean...
20. Amy Robinson Amy Robinson Producer, From Hell
21. Sommore Sommore Self, Something New She is the half sister of Nia Long who played in the first Friday. Her and Long share the same father and have never been in the same movie. She attend Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia (where movies like Drumline and Stomp the Yard was filmed. Sommore appeared with Monique in the Original Queens of Comedy and the Parkers.
22. Ruth Donnelly Ruth Donnelly Actress, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Feisty, ebullient character comedienne who, for three decades, enlivened Hollywood films with her drollery and quick-fire repartee. The daughter of a newspaper editor and music critic, Ruth made her stage debut in the chorus of the touring production 'The Quaker Girl' in 1913. Four years later, she had made it to Broadway...
23. Naomi Stevens Naomi Stevens Actress, The Apartment
24. Brian Delate Brian Delate Actor, The Truman Show Brian Delate was born in Trenton, New Jersey, but grew up mostly in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His father, Joseph, was a gifted tennis player and World War II veteran. His mother, Patricia, held an executive position at Gallup and Robinson in Princeton, New Jersey. Delate was a below-average student for the most part...
25. Michelle DiBenedetti Michelle DiBenedetti Actress, Day Zero Michelle DiBenedetti (aka MJ) was born in Trenton, New Jersey on August 11th. Her grandmother went to a psychic before MJ was born, stating that she would have a granddaughter in the future who would become a famous actress. So when MJ was born her parents started her on her acting roots through classes and modeling school...
26. Ajai Sanders Ajai Sanders Actress, Jack Frost
27. Jean Acker Jean Acker Actress, Checkers Jean Acker was born in 1893 on a farm in Trenton, NJ, and was named Harriet. Her father was part Cherokee and her mother was Irish, and they had separated when she was young. Jean attended school at St. Mary's Seminary in Springfield, NJ. Her acting career began in vaudeville and stock-company drama before she moved in front of the cameras...
28. Betty Bronson Betty Bronson Actress, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ Betty Bronson's discovery reads like a Hollywood dream. As a New Jersey teenage bit-player, she was rocketed from obscurity when she was chosen to play the part of Peter Pan in 1924's Peter Pan. She was hand-selected by author J.M. Barrie and beat several Hollywood superstars to the part, most notably Gloria Swanson and Mary Pickford...
29. Henry Levin Henry Levin Director, Journey to the Center of the Earth A former stage actor and director, Henry Levin had a long and prolific career in films. Entering the business in 1943 as a dialogue director, he graduated to directing features the next year, and turned out films in just about every genre over the next 36 years. His heyday was in the 1960s, when he turned out several bright and frothy sex comedies...
30. Emby Mellay Emby Mellay Actress, The Touch of Satan Emby Mellay was born on October 31, 1946 in Trenton, NJ, relocating during her childhood first to Montreal and, later, to Los Angeles. Her unusual first name was her mother's creation, a shortening of Emmabeth. She graduated from Fairfax High School in West Hollywood and attended Pierce College. While working as secretary for the legendary Hollywood acting coach Estelle Harman...
31. Ty Treadway Ty Treadway Self, Episode dated 4 May 2008
32. Jordan Kingsley Jordan Kingsley Actress, Succubus of the Rouge Tall (5'11"), buxom, and shapely blonde bombshell Jordan Kingsley was born on November 5, 1976 in Trenton, New Jersey. Kingsley not only played basketball for all four years in high school, but also in leagues and travel teams. Jordan's first job was working at a sporting goods store at age 14 and she also worked as a bagger in a grocery store...
33. Pam Potillo Pam Potillo Actress, And the Children Shall Lead
34. Lisa Dunsheath Lisa Dunsheath Actress, The Prowler
35. Harry Basch Harry Basch Actor, General Hospital
36. Mushond Lee Mushond Lee Actor, Conspiracy Theory
37. Richard Hooker Richard Hooker Writer, MASH Received a partial scholarship to prep school, graduating from the prestigious Peddie School in Hightstown, New Jersey (class of 1941). Was not all that interested in selling the M*A*S*H rights to make the movie or the TV series, but a fellow Peddie School alumnus (movie producer Howard W. Koch, class of 1933...
38. Hugh B. Holub Hugh B. Holub Actor, The Bucket List
39. Ronald William Lawrence Ronald William Lawrence Actor, The Ring
40. Carman Carman Actor, Carman: The Champion
41. Milan Chakraborty Milan Chakraborty Miscellaneous Crew, Batman Begins
42. William Mastrosimone William Mastrosimone Writer, The Beast of War
43. John Berkes John Berkes Actor, Ace in the Hole
44. Bee-Be Smith Bee-Be Smith Actress, Bulworth
45. Becca Hardy Becca Hardy Actress, Off-Season
46. Jan Marlyn Reesman Jan Marlyn Reesman Producer, Escaping Jersey
47. Bob Ryan Bob Ryan Self, Episode dated 20 August 2010
48. Sammy Williams Sammy Williams Actor, God Told Me To
49. Fred Zara Fred Zara Editor, Average Community Fred Zara is a producer, director, editor and writer that has had his work showcased in film festivals across the U.S. His 2009 feature length documentary, Average Community, won awards at film festivals in Orlando, Philadelphia and New York City. Fred first became involved in Florida's film scene in 2000, when he enrolled in the film program at Orlando's Valencia College...
50. Lil Scrappy Lil Scrappy Soundtrack, Knocked Up
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