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1. George Bernard Shaw George Bernard Shaw Writer, My Fair Lady The Anglo-Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950), winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1925, acquired a reputation as the greatest dramatist in the English language during the first half of the 20th Century for the plays he had written at the height of his creativity from "Mrs. Warren's Profession" in 1893 to "The Apple Cart" in 1929...
2. L. Frank Baum L. Frank Baum Writer, The Wizard of Oz L. Frank Baum became a success with his 1883 production of "The Maid of Arran" in 1882. He was a dreamer, had a printing press and an amateur newspaper, "The Rose Lawn Home Journal" and published a coin and stamp collecting guide. He failed at almost everything through poor business sense. He had been an actor...
3. Sigmund Freud Sigmund Freud Miscellaneous Crew, Conspirators of Pleasure Austrian neurologist and 'father of psychoanalysis'. Freud was born to Jacob Freud, a Jewish wool merchant, and Amalia (neé Nathansohn). The family settled in Vienna when Freud was young. In 1873 he started medicine at the University of Vienna, at which time he adopted the shortened form of his name...
4. H. Rider Haggard H. Rider Haggard Writer, King Solomon's Mines
5. Nikola Tesla Nikola Tesla Uncategorised
6. Woodrow Wilson Woodrow Wilson Self, Our Bridge of Ships
7. Etienne Girardot Etienne Girardot Actor, Twentieth Century Diminutive character actor in Hollywood films through the 1930's, often portraying pestering types.
8. Eddie Foy Eddie Foy Actor, A Favorite Fool American stage actor, musical comedy star, and vaudevillian who was a legendary figure of his time and who fathered a family of performers who went on to notable careers in motion pictures. Born Edward Fitzgerald at 23 8th Avenue in New York City, March 9, 1856, to an Irish-immigrant tailor, Richard Fitzgerald...
9. Philippe Pétain Philippe Pétain Writer, La nuit merveilleuse
10. Kate Douglas Wiggin Kate Douglas Wiggin Writer, Mother Carey's Chickens
11. Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson Actor, Forbidden
12. F. Anstey F. Anstey Writer, Vice Versa
13. William Shea William Shea Actor, Auld Robin Gray
14. Frank Harris Frank Harris Writer, Cowboy Born in Ireland in 1856 of Welsh parents, Harris became a noted writer as well as a friend and confidante of the elite literati of his day including fellow Irishmen Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde, and George Bernard Shaw in addition to Guy de Maupassant, Matthew Arnold, Aleister Cowley, and James Thurber...
15. Charles Frohman Charles Frohman Miscellaneous Crew, Are You a Mason? Many people today know the names of George M. Cohan and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr., but Charles Frohman, though lesser known, reigned supreme in the theatrical world for over a generation. From a young age Frohman's heart and soul belonged in the theatre. His lower-middle-class family moved from Sandusky, Ohio...
16. Booker T. Washington Booker T. Washington Actor, By Right of Birth
17. Eva Dell'Acqua Eva Dell'Acqua Soundtrack, I Married an Angel
18. J.H. Rosny Sr. J.H. Rosny Sr. Writer, Quest for Fire
19. Bert Woodruff Bert Woodruff Actor, Speedy Bert Woodruff was the son of non-professionals Hannah R. and William A. Woodruff of Peoria, Illinois. He was married to Hattie M. Sprague. He entered the theatrical profession in 1876 in Minstrels and toured for two years as a Minstrel. Toured on the stage from 1878 until 1882, and then entered Vaudeville in Peoria...
20. Melbourne MacDowell Melbourne MacDowell Actor, There It Is
21. Elbert Hubbard Elbert Hubbard Writer, A Message to Garcia
22. Charles Gabriel Charles Gabriel Soundtrack, Django Unchained Hymn-composer, author and conductor Charles H. Gabriel, Sr. was educated in the public schools of Wilton, Iowa. In San Francisco, California he conducted church choirs, and later he compiled hymnals for publishing companies. He joined ASCAP in 1940, and his sacred-music compositions include "Awakening Chorus"...
23. Charles E. Evans Charles E. Evans Actor, Happy Days
24. Frank Losee Frank Losee Actor, Orphans of the Storm
25. J. Edwin Brown J. Edwin Brown Actor, Discontent
26. Charles Plamondon Charles Plamondon Uncategorised
27. Robert Peary Robert Peary Self, Animated Weekly, No. 36
28. George Durham George Durham Writer, Texas Rangers
29. Paul d'Ivoi Paul d'Ivoi Writer, The Five Cents of Lavarede
30. Anthony Gildès Anthony Gildès Actor, L'affaire est dans le sac
31. Marquis de Dion Marquis de Dion Self, M. le comte de Dion
32. Grand Duke Nicholas Grand Duke Nicholas Uncategorised
33. George Brest George Brest Actor, Assignment in Brittany
34. Heber J. Grant Heber J. Grant Self, Latter-Day Saint Leaders: Past and Present Heber Jeddy Grant was the 7th president of the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints. He served for 27 years as church president from 1918 to his death in 1945. He was raised by his widowed mother Rachel Ridgeway Ivins Grant who was widowed by his father Jedediah Morgan Grant who died just weeks after his birth on December 1...
35. Robert Nivelle Robert Nivelle Uncategorised
36. Gabrielle Réjane Gabrielle Réjane Actress, Alsace
37. Betty Waid Betty Waid Actress, Troika
38. August Palme August Palme Actor, Bodakungen
39. William Archer William Archer Writer, The Green Goddess
40. Thérèse Kolb Thérèse Kolb Actress, Le crime de Sylvestre Bonnard
41. Mary Plamondon Mary Plamondon Uncategorised
42. John J. Williams John J. Williams Actor, Marse Covington
43. Charles Major Charles Major Writer, When Knighthood Was in Flower
44. Clara Schønfeld Clara Schønfeld Actress, Master of the House
45. Péter Andorffy Péter Andorffy Actor, Casanova
46. James Milton Black James Milton Black Soundtrack, Runaway Jury
47. Arthur Kraußneck Arthur Kraußneck Actor, The Chronicles of the Gray House
48. Frank Daniels Frank Daniels Actor, Captain Jinks and Himself
49. May Evelynne May Evelynne Actress, S.O.S.
50. Gustav Davis Gustav Davis Writer, Catacombs
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