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1. Jeanne Tripplehorn Jeanne Tripplehorn Actress, Basic Instinct Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on June 10, 1963, Jeanne Tripplehorn developed an interest in performing through her father, guitarist Tom Tripplehorn, who at one time recorded with the pop group Gary Lewis & The Playboys on such hits as "This Diamond Ring". (Note: many references list Jeanne's father's birth date as February 2...
2. Bill Hader Bill Hader Actor, Superbad
3. Malese Jow Malese Jow Actress, The Social Network Malese Jow, originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, has developed into an actress, songstress, and entertainer. Malese began her acting career in 1999 with McDonald's commercials when the head of advertising heard her sing and booked her in several spots and jingles. Then in 2002, at the ripe age of 11, Malese...
4. Alfre Woodard Alfre Woodard Actress, Primal Fear Alfre Woodard was born on November 8, 1952 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the youngest of three children. She was named by her godmother, who claimed she saw a vision of Alfre's name in written out in gold letters. A former high school cheerleader and track star, she got the acting bug after being persuaded to audition for a school play by a nun at her school...
5. Heather Langenkamp Heather Langenkamp Actress, A Nightmare on Elm Street
6. Bill Goldberg Bill Goldberg Actor, The Longest Yard
7. Tim Blake Nelson Tim Blake Nelson Actor, O Brother, Where Art Thou?
8. Blake Edwards Blake Edwards Writer, The Party Blake Edwards' stepfather's father J. Gordon Edwards was a silent screen director, and his stepfather Jack McEdward was a stage director and movie production manager. Blake acted in a number films, beginning with Ten Gentlemen from West Point and wrote a number of others, beginning with Panhandle and including six for director Richard Quine...
9. Lauren Stamile Lauren Stamile Actress, Midnight Bayou
10. Wade Williams Wade Williams Actor, Gangster Squad
11. Mary Kay Place Mary Kay Place Actress, Being John Malkovich
12. Jennifer Jones Jennifer Jones Actress, The Song of Bernadette When Jennifer Jones arrived in Hollywood in 1939, she still called herself Phylis Isley. Her face and especially her eyes drew the attention of the producer David O. Selznick, who did not only allow her a great career but also fell in love with her and finally married Jennifer Jones in 1949. For her role in The Song of Bernadette...
13. Larry Clark Larry Clark Director, Kids Was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma (1943). Son of Frances Clark (baby photographer) and Lewis Clark. Graduated from Central High school in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Attended Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Studied under Walter Sheffer and Gerard Bakker. Film debut was the movie Kids. He was already well known for his revolutionary photographic body of work...
14. Rachel Cannon Rachel Cannon Actress, The Middle Earth Paradigm
15. Tony Randall Tony Randall Actor, Pillow Talk
16. Larry Drake Larry Drake Actor, Darkman
17. Garth Brooks Garth Brooks Self, Garth Live from Central Park
18. Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff Actress, The Young and the Restless Internationally recognized actress, Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff is the recipient of Germany's Otto Award (in recognition of her status as one of Germany's favorite actresses). Pamela is among just a handful of actresses who have done two television series, concurrently. This multi-talented actress learned how to balance her successful career as well as her personal life...
19. Tracy Letts Tracy Letts Writer, August: Osage County Tracy Letts is the son of actor Dennis Letts and best-selling author Billie Letts, of "Where The Heart Is" and "The Honk And Holler Opening Soon" fame. Tracy is also the author of the stage play "Killer Joe", which ran off-Broadway in 1998 for nine months and starred Scott Glenn, Amanda Plummer, Michael Shannon, Sarah Paulson and Marc Nelson.
20. Jessica Campbell Jessica Campbell Actress, Election
21. Marshall Bell Marshall Bell Actor, Total Recall A tall, imposing character actor with a penetrating stare, Marshall Bell has provided excellent support in a variety of roles and genres. He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on September 28, 1942, and had been working as a consultant, teaching senior executives how to improve their speaking skills, prior to starting an acting career relatively late in life...
22. Gailard Sartain Gailard Sartain Actor, Mississippi Burning Graduated from the University of Tulsa with a BFA. A successful illustrator, Sartain's artistic credits range from record cover designs such as Leon Russell's "Will O' the Wisp" to illustrations for nationally published magazines. Sartain created and hosted Tulsa's first late night off-the-wall comedy program...
23. Ryan Tedder Ryan Tedder Soundtrack, The Internship
24. S.E. Hinton S.E. Hinton Actress, Rumble Fish
25. Taylor Hanson Taylor Hanson Soundtrack, The Hangover Part III Blond hair, blue eyes, wears a necklace with The Star of David, a Cross, & a Soccer Ball. Instruments: Keyboard, piano and tambourine. Lived in Trinidad, Ecuador and Venezuela before moving with his family to Tulsa, OK. Albums include: Boomerang (independent release, 1995), MMMBop (independent release...
26. Steve Monroe Steve Monroe Actor, Cast Away Steve Monroe is a veteran actor, having performed in nearly 150 film, television, and commercial roles. Additionally, Monroe is a practicing psychotherapist and has successfully treated clients of all ages, exhibiting a wide spectrum of symptoms. Monroe specializes in treating entertainment professionals and others in recovery from addictions...
27. Mark Radcliffe Mark Radcliffe Producer, Home Alone
28. Cort McCown Cort McCown Actor, Can't Buy Me Love
29. John Ingle John Ingle Actor, General Hospital
30. Josh Fadem Josh Fadem Actor, Miss March Josh Fadem is an actor and comedian based in Los Angeles. He is from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He trained at venues including The Upright Citizens Brigade LA and The Groundlings. He is a regular in the LA comedy scene, has written for Adult Swim, and is a frequent contributor to Funny or Die. As a stand-up, he can be seen at many venues in Los Angeles and New York...
31. Robert Peters Robert Peters Actor, Ocean's Eleven
32. Scott Lunsford Scott Lunsford Actor, Eating Out
33. Jerry Nelson Jerry Nelson Actor, The Muppet Movie Puppeteer, actor, musician, and master of voices, Jerry Nelson originally joined Henson & Company as a temporary replacement for Frank Oz, who had been drafted into the armed services in the 60's. He later re-joined the crew as a full-time performer in the 70's, and has since been heavily involved in almost every major Muppet project...
34. Stacy Valentine Stacy Valentine Actress, Cafe Flesh 2
35. Jesse Vint Jesse Vint Actor, One Life to Live Jesse Vint has done major parts in over a hundred films and television shows. Bored with his business classes at Oklahoma University he arrived in NYC by Greyhound bus, and after studying acting for over a year he auditioned at the famed Actor's Studio with his brother Alan. According to Lee Strasberg's book "The Actor's Studio" only one in a thousand were being accepted at the time...
36. Erin Sossamon Erin Sossamon Actress, She's a Fox
37. E.J. Peaker E.J. Peaker Actress, Hello, Dolly! E.J. (short for Edra Jean) portrayed the role of Minnie Fay in the motion picture Hello, Dolly!. Originally from Oklahoma, E.J. had numerous experience in high school plays, and studied drama at the University of New Mexico as well as experiencing Drama training in Vienna. She also played broadway in "Bye Bye Birdie"...
38. Erika Anderson Erika Anderson Actress, A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
39. Todd Lincoln Todd Lincoln Director, The Apparition
40. Sheila James Kuehl Sheila James Kuehl Actress, Zelda Babyboomers remember well the diminutive (4'10"), dark-haired comedienne Sheila James who raised a smile with her portrayals of tomboyish kid sisters and boy-crazy high schoolers on late 50s and early 60s TV. For a while she was a huge hit backed by her characters' plaintive, pony-tailed presences, strategies and sheer persistence to get what they wanted...
41. Judith Drake Judith Drake Actress, House of 1000 Corpses
42. Stephen Snedden Stephen Snedden Actor, Antwone Fisher
43. Lonny Chapman Lonny Chapman Actor, The Birds Utilitarian actor Lonny Chapman remains one of those highly familiar character faces to which you can't quite place the name. While he appeared in over 30 films and well over 300 TV programs over a five-decade career, the theater remained his first and foremost passion and for which he is best remembered...
44. Jeffrey G. Hunt Jeffrey G. Hunt Camera and Electrical Department, The Pretender
45. Matt Mattox Matt Mattox Actor, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
46. Kylie Sparks Kylie Sparks Actress, Pizza
47. Isaac Hanson Isaac Hanson Soundtrack, The Hangover Part III Lived in Trinidad, Ecuador, and Venezuela before moving with his family to Tulsa, OK. Albums include: Boomerang (independent release, 1995), MMMBop (independent release, 1996) Middle of Nowhere (Mercury Records, March 1997), Snowed In (Mercury Records, Nov 18, 1997) "I Will Come to You" single with previously unreleased "Cried" (Mercury Records...
48. Beau Weaver Beau Weaver Actor, The Substitute He grew up in Tulsa, and got his start working for a variety of radio stations as an on-air personality in a number of cities in the 60s and 70s. Today, Beau lives in Los Angeles, where he is a prolific voiceover talent, heard daily on network program promos, trailers for feature films, national commercials and animated cartoons...
49. Anne Anderson Anne Anderson Writer, Puppy Love
50. Nathan Marlow Nathan Marlow Actor, Dead Cat Bounce
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