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1. Richard Grieco Richard Grieco Actor, One Life to Live Richard Grieco was born to an Italian father (Richard Grieco) and an Irish mother (Carolyn O'Reilly). He is a musician and, in 1995, released a CD ('Waiting for the Sky to Fall') in Germany. In 2009, several years after being encouraged by Dennis Hopper, Grieco publicly revealed that he has been painting since 1991...
2. Mark Neveldine Mark Neveldine Camera and Electrical Department, Crank
3. Victor Izay Victor Izay Actor, Wild Hogs
4. John Gary John Gary Self, Episode dated 30 March 1968 Composer and singer; started as vocalist with Don McNeill's 'Breakfast Club' for two years. He was a salvage diver, and later a New Orleans radio singer, featured also in night clubs. He has made many records. He joined ASCAP in 1960 and composed: "Life of My Life"; "Forget It"; "Where Did You Go Last Night?"; and "Possom Song"...
5. Frank Blake Frank Blake Stunts, Crank
6. Charles Pierce Charles Pierce Actor, Torch Song Trilogy The career of actor and night club nightclub performer Charles Pierce, "Male Actress," Stand-Up Comic in a Dress, and the "Master and Mistress of Surprise or Disguise" included acting and radio announcing, but as a female impressionist, Pierce has left his audiences weak with laughter, and brightened their lives with his wicked and sometimes irreverent impressions of film stars...
7. Mike Kirkland Mike Kirkland Actor, Choices Michael J. Kirkland was born in Watertown, New York. His parents, Robert and Maria, named him after the Archangel Michael or maybe the Patron Saint St. Michael. It all sounds like a typical press release but that's the way it is. Originally from Watertown, New York, Michael moved with his mother and stepfather to Syracuse and...
8. Eugenie Besserer Eugenie Besserer Actress, The Jazz Singer Eugenie Besserer was born in Watertown, New York on Christmas Day of 1868. She was largely a silent film actress who made her debut in 1910's silent version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. She was 42 at the time. For the most part Eugenie was a character actress, much in demand for filling in roles. Because of her willingness to take just about any role...
9. Joffrey Mason Joffrey Mason Camera and Electrical Department, Elektra Luxx
10. Victoria Andrews Victoria Andrews Actress, Elements of Desire
11. George Coutoupis George Coutoupis Actor, Where the Boys Are
12. Leslie Woolf Leslie Woolf Actor, The Trouble with Harry
13. Kat Wisener Kat Wisener Actress, All She Wants to Do
14. Rachel Powers Rachel Powers Actress, Brackish
15. Todd Brown Todd Brown Actor, Hardly Beloved Todd was born in Watertown, New York, where he lived until early 1981. At that time his family relocated to Concord, North Carolina, where he quickly became involved in auto racing. Todd's racing career spanned over 10 years capturing over 100 wins and 2 championships before he turned his sights to entertainment...
16. Burns Mantle Burns Mantle Writer, How Molly Malone Made Good American drama critic and essayist Burns Mantle was born Robert Burns Mantle in 1873 in Watertown, NY. He grew up in the Watertown area, but after finishing his education he struck out for the West. In 1892 he returned east again, intending to attend the Chicago World's Fair, but while he was in Denver he was offered a job as drama critic with the Denver Times...
17. Nathan Beaman Nathan Beaman Camera and Electrical Department, Grown Ups
18. Harry J. Maihofer Harry J. Maihofer Self, MacArthur
19. Allen Dulles Allen Dulles Self, Is There a Need for Intelligence?
20. Grace Barton Grace Barton Actress, Heart of Gold
21. Kurt Hunt Kurt Hunt Actor, The Coldest Winter
22. Charles Giblyn Charles Giblyn Director, By the Sun's Rays
23. Eric Bresler Eric Bresler Producer, Otaku Unite! Upstate New York native Eric Bresler is the Director/Producer of Otaku Unite!, the world's first documentary on the history of Japanese animation fandom in the United States. He is currently (2013) Site Editor/Founder for Cinedelphia.com, the online center of the Philadelphia film community, and is the Director of Programming at the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art (PhilaMOCA)...
24. Storm Boyd Storm Boyd Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Darling of the CSA
25. Frederick Earl Exley Frederick Earl Exley Writer, A Fan's Notes
26. William J. Holmes William J. Holmes Actor, The Fear Ship
27. Nathan Burns Nathan Burns Cinematographer, Speechless Born in Watertown, New York. Moved to Virginia in 1993. He graduated from James Madison University's School of Media Arts and Design as a Digital Video major with a concentration in Producing/Directing and a minor in Music Industry. He began working as an editor at a media firm called Park Group in Richmond, VA (2008).
28. Joe Bouchard Joe Bouchard Soundtrack, Salvation
29. Albert Bouchard Albert Bouchard Soundtrack, I Know What You Did Last Summer
30. Mike Morrison Mike Morrison Producer, The Battle for Late Night
31. Avery Pack Avery Pack Producer, Artifact
31 names.