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1. Adam West Adam West Actor, Batman Adam West is an American film, television, character, voice and stage actor whose career spans six decades of television. His acting career began in films in 1959. He played opposite Chuck Connors in Geronimo (1962) and Joe DeRita in The Outlaws Is Coming (1965). He has also appeared in the science fiction film...
2. Connor Trinneer Connor Trinneer Actor, Star Trek: Enterprise Connor Trinneer (born March 19, 1969 in Walla Walla, Washington) is an American television actor. He is best known for playing the role of Charles "Trip" Tucker III on Star Trek: Enterprise. Trinneer went to Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. While there, he played college football until he left the sport and found acting...
3. Tonya Cooley Tonya Cooley Self, The Challenge
4. Gregg Gilmore Gregg Gilmore Actor, Jonas
5. Korey Scott Pollard Korey Scott Pollard Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Once Upon a Time in Mexico
6. Allison McKay Allison McKay Actress, Lonely Hearts
7. Gary Kent Gary Kent Stunts, Bubba Ho-Tep Gary Kent was born on a wheat ranch at Walla Walla, Washington, the son of Arthur E. and Iola Kent. He graduated from Renton High School, Renton, Washington, and attended the University of Washington, where he studied journalism, played football and pole-vaulted on the track team. He was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity...
8. Bryan C. Hartnell Bryan C. Hartnell Actor, Zodiac
9. Robert N. Bradbury Robert N. Bradbury Director, Blue Steel
10. Priscilla Milan Priscilla Milan Actress, Who's Your Daddy? 11
11. Bert Hadley Bert Hadley Actor, The Grim Messenger
12. Don Roff Don Roff Writer, Sebastian Hawke Don Roff has been involved in filmmaking for over half of his 35 years. A northeastern Oregon native, he first began making Super-8 live action and animated short films at the age of 14. During his early years at Walla Walla Community College, he focused primarily on photojournalism and writing film reviews...
13. Clarence Steele Clarence Steele Sound Department, For Dinner Clarence has been a music and audio lover since a small child. He was born on September 11, 1984 in Walla Walla, Washington, where, at ten years old, he first picked up playing drums that led to winning several music awards, including "Outstanding Soloist" for drumming at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival in 1998...
14. Edward Morgan Edward Morgan Actor, By Appointment Only
15. Ronald Bradbury Ronald Bradbury Actor, The Lost Bracelet
16. Adam Charlton Adam Charlton Actor, Deep Pockets Adam Taylor Charlton is an American actor, writer and comedian. Born in Washington and raised in Oregon, Charlton attended Philadelphia's Temple University after graduating Pendleton High School in 2009 to major in International Business and Japanese Language. During his sophomore year, Charlton discovered the university's film program and began acting again...
17. Jayne Shadduck Jayne Shadduck Actress, 42nd Street
18. Keri Starr Keri Starr Actress, Ass Clowns 2
19. Ginny Jackson Ginny Jackson Actress, The Silver Bandit
20. Burl Barer Burl Barer Writer, A Taste for Murder
21. Tucker Battrell Tucker Battrell Camera and Electrical Department, The Apprentice: Martha Stewart
22. Jonathan M. Wainwright Jonathan M. Wainwright Self, Victory at Sea
23. Joseph Stemmer Joseph Stemmer Sound Department, The Big Bust-Out
24. Jason Miller Jason Miller Actor, Something Very Big
25. Wilson Leahy Wilson Leahy Editorial Department, The Lawton Story
26. Colby Park Colby Park
27. Ryan Van Denburgh Ryan Van Denburgh Miscellaneous Crew, Take
28. Gracie Curry Gracie Curry Director, Goodnight, Olivia Gracie Curry grew up immersed in film. As a child she enjoyed watching a variety of film genres and stories. At a young age, she began writing as an outlet for her creativity. Her interest in storytelling and film lead her to start writing and directing short films. When she met Hunter Harris in film school...
29. Marion Jackson Marion Jackson Writer, Min and Bill
30. William Parker William Parker Writer, What Every Woman Wants
31. Charles J. Guntley Charles J. Guntley Miscellaneous Crew, The Harrad Experiment
32. Edward P. Morgan Edward P. Morgan Self, Longines Chronoscope Reporter, author, commentator, and news anchor Edward P. Morgan was born in Walla Walla, Washington, grew up in southwestern Idaho, and was educated at Whitman College in Walla Walla. His career in journalism began at the Seattle Star and from there he became an internationally known broadcaster and reporter...
32 names.