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1. Jennifer Love Hewitt Jennifer Love Hewitt Actress, Ghost Whisperer Jennifer Love Hewitt was born in Waco, Texas, to Patricia Mae (Shipp), a speech-language pathologist, and Herbert Daniel Hewitt, a medical technician. She has English, Scottish, and German ancestry. She got her first name from her older brother Todd Daniel Hewitt (b. November 8, 1970), who picked the name after a little blonde girl he then had a crush on...
2. Steve Martin Steve Martin Writer, The Jerk Steve Martin was born on August 14, 1945 in Waco, Texas, USA as Stephen Glenn Martin to Mary Lee (née Stewart; 1913-2002) and Glenn Vernon Martin (1914-1997), a real estate salesman and aspiring actor. He was raised in Inglewood and Garden Grove in California. In 1960, he got a job at the Magic shop of Disney's Fantasyland...
3. Peri Gilpin Peri Gilpin Actress, Frasier Born in Waco, Texas, Peri Gilpin grew up in Dallas, where her family encouraged her acting abilities. After studying at the Dallas Theater Center, she pursued acting at the University of Texas at Austin and then at London's British-American Academy. She appeared in guest roles on such popular situation comedies as Designing Women...
4. Ashlee Simpson Ashlee Simpson Actress, Freaky Friday Ashlee Nicolle Simpson was born on October 3, 1984 in Waco, Texas, to Tina Ann (Drew) and Joe Truett Simpson, a psychologist and Baptist youth minister. Ashlee started dancing at the age of 4 and by the time she was 11 enjoyed the status of being the youngest person ever admitted to the prestigious School of American Ballet...
5. Anne Gwynne Anne Gwynne Actress, Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe Vivid, strikingly beautiful actress Anne Gwynne arrived in Hollywood a typical starry-eyed model looking to become a big film star and ended up one of Universal Studio's favorite screamers in "B" horror films. Born in Waco, Texas, but raised in Missouri, she first modeled Catalina swimwear and appeared in local community theater productions to gain experience...
6. Matt Lasky Matt Lasky Actor, The Equalizer Matt was born in Waco, Texas, and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where he found himself getting in trouble frequently throughout his early years. After dozens of fights, multiple arrests, one stint in state prison, a high speed chase that led to his friend being shot and the subsequent murder trial...
7. Brian Brown Brian Brown Stunts, Django Unchained
8. Barbara Beaird Barbara Beaird Actress, 101 Dalmatians
9. James N. Harrell James N. Harrell Actor, Paper Moon James Nelson Harrell, born in Waco, Texas to Margaret Teny and Jefferson Whitfield Harrell, Chair of the Baylor University Mathematics Department, graduated from Waco High School and Baylor University. He held a Master's Degree in Drama from Trinity University. He studied acting at the original Baylor...
10. Tina Simpson Tina Simpson Self, Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica
11. Travis Banton Travis Banton Costume Designer, One Hour with You Travis Banton was the star costume designer at Paramount during the studio's heyday of glamour and sophistication in the 1930's. During his tenure (1924-38), he created imaginative, often daring designs for stars like Kay Francis, Carole Lombard, Mae West and, most famously, Marlene Dietrich...
12. Andria Mullins Andria Mullins Self, The Starlet
13. Texas Guinan Texas Guinan Actress, The Gun Woman It's hard to be very specific about any dates or events early in the life of Texas Guinan. She loved publicity and frequently improvised facts about herself when she felt they made better stories than the truth. She was born in Waco, Texas, but likely not on a ranch as she often claimed. She was active in vaudeville and theater...
14. Michael J. Fisher Michael J. Fisher Miscellaneous Crew, Moneyball
15. Parnell McNamara Parnell McNamara Self, Anderson Cooper 360°
16. J.D. Hinton J.D. Hinton Actor, Galaxina
17. Vivicca A. Whitsett Vivicca A. Whitsett Actress, Big Shots 2011 National Co-Chair of Screen Actors Guild EEO Committee; Hosted SAG's EEOC Black History Month celebration; Chair, SAG Holiday Host Committee; Nationally known stand-up comedian and one of the very few female audience warm up comedians. Whitsett has warmed up audiences for Ryan Seacrest Productions, E!, Stuart Krasnow Productions, MTV, CBS, NBC and ABC television shows and pilots.
18. Pam Matteson Pam Matteson Actress, Punchline Pam Matteson is a very talented comedienne, impressionist, and singer. Her trademark is her impression of Cher, which is as close to the real thing as one can get.
19. Amy Brown Amy Brown Actress, Getting to Know You Amy Brown's performance career has encompassed stage and screen, acting, dance, and song. In addition to starring in several independent feature films, short and student films, television, and industrials, she has frequently performed in theatre and burlesque shows. Amy's best-known film to date is The Rockville Slayer...
20. Tommy Abbott Tommy Abbott Miscellaneous Crew, West Side Story
21. Benjamin Dover Benjamin Dover Self, Leeza Benjamin Dover's prognostication skills were put on national display in 2007: In his "NostraDover" TV segments he correctly predicted the subprime housing bust 18 months before the markets imploded; he called the stock market's September 2008 bear market freefall 8 months before everything hit the proverbial fan...
22. Korey Coleman Korey Coleman Animation Department, Space Jam
23. Jerry Broome Jerry Broome Actor, The Young and the Restless
24. Laurence Criner Laurence Criner Actor, The Flying Ace
25. Randy James Randy James Self, Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends
26. Stewart Scott Stewart Scott Actor, Snow Bride
27. Gary Moody Gary Moody Actor, A Perfect World
28. Greg Watkins Greg Watkins Actor, As the World Turns
29. Patrick Burns Patrick Burns Actor, Gold
30. Hank Thompson Hank Thompson Soundtrack, Slither
31. Tom Monroe Tom Monroe Actor, Serpent Island
32. Rick Herod Rick Herod Actor, Friday Night Lights This Texas born actor is the only son of parents, H.G. "Guy" Herod and Joyce Marie Fox. Rick was raised and attended schools in Arlington, Texas. Rick showed an interest for entertaining and acting from childhood, singing in talent shows, dancing, and acting in plays. Rick joined the Army after high school and was trained in Army Aviation...
33. Dan Cox Dan Cox Visual Effects, The Avengers Raised in Kingsport, Tennessee. Attended Sullivan South High School. Graduated in 1997. Received his BS degree from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City in 2002. Received his MFA from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2005. Son of David and Sue Cox. Brother are David, Brad, Mitch, Aaron.
34. Heath Herring Heath Herring Stunts, Henry's Crime
35. Robert E Lee Robert E Lee Music Department, Keeping Up with the Kardashians At an early age Robert E. Lee IV began to show interest in music. He started taking piano lessons at the age of six, and by twelve years old, he regularly participated in classical competitions. Robert later began attending the Interlochen Center of the Arts summer program -but, it was not until high school that Robert discovered his true musical passion: record production and music composition...
36. Lance R. Marshall Lance R. Marshall Actor, The Demon Deep in Oklahoma Texas native, who began his career early on-stage as an actor before moving to film and television. He has now moved behind the camera, creating his own original work both as writer and director, while still working as an actor. Known for his unique take on dark subject matters. His films often strive to find beauty and hope in very disturbing situations.
37. Robert Wilson Robert Wilson Thanks, Absolute Wilson
38. Bill Payne Bill Payne Music Department, Road House
39. Mark Barron Mark Barron Writer, Gentlemen of the Press During his almost thirty year career with Associated Press, Barron had been a reporter, drama critic, war correspondent, feature writer and New York city desk editor. He started his career in New York writing a sports column ("Along the Sports Trail") for The Morning Telegraph. He went on to be telegraph editor for the New York Times and later Broadway columnist for the Herald Tribune...
40. Russell Latham Russell Latham Makeup Department, The Young and the Restless
41. Doris 'Dorie' Miller Doris 'Dorie' Miller
42. Samuel French Samuel French Miscellaneous Crew, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Samuel French was born in Waco, TX and raised in Clifton, TX. He began acting at the age of 6 where he played the role of the Nephew in "The Christmas Carol" at the local Theater in his hometown. Samuel went on to perform in plays till the age of 15 then he began to get serious in sports he battled...
43. Zack Beseda Zack Beseda Actor, War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave
44. Harvey Wheeler Harvey Wheeler Writer, Fail-Safe
45. April Lewis April Lewis Self, Big Brother
46. Marisa Gilliam Marisa Gilliam Actress, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
47. T. Berry Brazelton T. Berry Brazelton Writer, What Every Baby Knows
48. Riley Roden Riley Roden Actor, Dead Solid Perfect
49. Carolyn Hester Carolyn Hester Self, Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation
50. Ben Lackland Ben Lackland Actor, Captain Video and His Video Rangers Ben Lackland came to New York in 1925 to study at the Theater Guild School and lived in Manhattan until 1958. During his career, he appeared in many plays with such figures as Josephine Hull, Walter Hampden, Ruth Gordon, Otis Skinner and Ethel Barrymore. He met his future wife, stage actress Marjorie Dulin...
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