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1. Clara Blandick Clara Blandick Actress, The Wizard of Oz Clara Blandick was a character actress who was born aboard an American ship off the coast of Hong Kong on June 4, 1880. Little is known about her early life until she became an actress. Although she appeared in 118 films, she was primarily a stage actress. Clara actually began her film career at a late age...
2. Berton Churchill Berton Churchill Actor, Stagecoach
3. Maria Ouspenskaya Maria Ouspenskaya Actress, Love Affair The daughter of a lawyer, Ouspenskaya studied singing at the Warsaw Conservatory and acting at Adasheff's School of the Drama in Moscow. She received her practical training as an actress touring in the Russian provinces. She later joined the Moscow Art Theatre. It was here that she first worked under the direction of the great Konstantin Stanislavski...
4. Jack London Jack London Writer, White Fang Jack London was the best-selling, highest paid and most popular American author of his time. He was born John Griffith Chaney, on January 12, 1876, in San Francisco. He was raised by his mother Flora Wellman and his stepfather John London (he didn't know who his father was until his adulthood). After graduation from a grammar school he worked 12 to 18 hours a day at a cannery...
5. Charles Halton Charles Halton Actor, The Best Years of Our Lives A respected stage actor -- he trained at the New York Academy of Dramatic Arts -- since the 1920s, birdlike Charles Halton's thinning hair, rimless glasses and officious manner were familiar to generations of moviegoers. Whether playing the neighborhood busybody, a stern government bureaucrat or weaselly attorney...
6. Victor Moore Victor Moore Actor, Swing Time
7. Mack Swain Mack Swain Actor, The Gold Rush Mack Swain was born in 1876 and soon became a talented vaudevillian. In 1913 he was hired by Mack Sennett and appeared in a few Mabel Normand pictures until a year later he became even bigger when 'Charlie Chaplin' arrived at the Keystone Studio. Swain later created a character by the name of Ambrose whom he appeared with Mr...
8. William Farnum William Farnum Actor, Samson and Delilah William Farnum was born the son of G.D. Farnum and Adela Le Gros, actors who trained their William and his two brothers, Dustin Farnum and Marshall Farnum, in their profession. William made his stage debut at the age of 10 in Richmond, Virginia, in a production of "Julius Caesar" starring Edwin Booth...
9. Beryl Mercer Beryl Mercer Actress, All Quiet on the Western Front Too short to be a leading lady, Beryl Mercer had a very active and productive career playing motherly characters. She had played opposite of great leading men like Colin Clive, Robert Montgomery, James Cagney, Gary Cooper, Leslie Howard, Spencer Tracy, and Randolph Scott. Beryl played Queen Victoria in The Little Princess and The Story of Alexander Graham Bell...
10. Maurice Tourneur Maurice Tourneur Director, The Last of the Mohicans Screenwriter and director Maurice Tourneur was born Maurice Thomas in the Parisian suburb of Belleville on February 2, 1873, the son of a jewelry merchant. He was trained and employed as a graphic designer and a magazine illustrator as a young man. After serving in a French artillery unit in northern Africa...
11. Ernest Cossart Ernest Cossart Actor, The Great Ziegfeld Ernest Cossart. Born Emil Gottfried Adolph von Holst in Cheltenham 24 September 1876. Died in New York 21 January 1951. He was the younger brother (by two years) of the famous English composer Gustav Holst (1874-1934). His 56-year acting career spanned 1894-1950 and included: well over 50 Broadway stage productions and stock company stage productions touring all over America...
12. Frank Darien Frank Darien Actor, The Grapes of Wrath US character player, often as societal outcast.
13. Amy Veness Amy Veness Actress, This Happy Breed
14. Leigh Whipper Leigh Whipper Actor, Of Mice and Men Leigh Whipper was an consummate actor who led an impressive life. Born in South Carolina in 1876, at the end of the Reconstruction Era in which his parents had participated, he was educated in Washington, D.C., attending Howard University, before turning permanently to a life in the theater. At a time when work for black actors was limited...
15. Clarence Wilson Clarence Wilson Actor, You Can't Take It With You
16. Mata Hari Mata Hari Uncategorised Born Margaretha Geertruida Zelle on August 7 1876, the only daughter of a Dutch hat-maker, she seemed unlikely to later become the Mata Hari, the most infamous double agent in spy history. She answered an advertisement in the local paper placed by Rudolph MacLeod, a career military man in need of a wife...
17. Si Jenks Si Jenks Actor, Topper
18. Hallene Hill Hallene Hill Actress, Barney's First Car
19. James Kirkwood James Kirkwood Actor, A Corner in Wheat A veteran stage actor, James Kirkwood entered films in 1909 as an actor and was soon playing leads in many of D.W. Griffith's early pictures. He turned to directing in 1912, and by 1914 was the favorite director of Mary Pickford, with whom he made nine films; he also co-starred in three of them...
20. Mary Gish Mary Gish Actress, Letters Entangled
21. John Elliott John Elliott Actor, Vengeance of Rannah John Hugh Elliott was born July 5th 1876 to Sarah E. Norris (07/04/1845-02/21/1897) and Jehue S. Elliott (9/21/1845-8/18/1916) in Keosauqua. He had three sisters, Elizabeth (3/7/1869-01/18/1916), Fanny (10/31/1871-02/24/1897), and Nina (03/15/1887-05/26/1958). In Febuary 1897, Typhoid Fever hit the Elliott family...
22. Joseph M. Schenck Joseph M. Schenck Miscellaneous Crew, The General People liked Joseph M. Schenck. Anyone who knew both him and his brother Nicholas Schenck would comment on how different they were. He came to New York in 1893 and, with his younger brother, built a drugstore business. They risked some profits and made more money in amusement parks. Marcus Loew bought one of their parks in 1907...
23. Pope Pius XII Pope Pius XII Self, The Immortal City
24. George Sidney George Sidney Actor, Manhattan Melodrama
25. May Hallatt May Hallatt Actress, Black Narcissus
26. Saratchandra Chatterjee Saratchandra Chatterjee Writer, Devdas
27. Oscar Beregi Sr. Oscar Beregi Sr. Actor, The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
28. Georgia Caine Georgia Caine Actress, Hail the Conquering Hero Broadway musical star from the 1890's who played character roles in 30's and 40's US films.
29. Ilka Grüning Ilka Grüning Actress, Kings Row
30. Henry Hall Henry Hall Actor, Sagebrush Trail
31. Arthur V. Johnson Arthur V. Johnson Actor, The Sealed Room
32. Aggie Herring Aggie Herring Actress, Oliver Twist
33. Rosa Valetti Rosa Valetti Actress, M Rosa Valetti was born the daughter of industrialist Felix Vallentin, and was the sister of Hermann Vallentin. She first appeared on the Berlin stage and later also in Paris, Bruxelles and Vienna. During the first WW she worked for Ludwig Roth, her first husband, at the Residenz-Theater in Berlin. She also worked as a director and acted in most theaters...
34. Irene Franklin Irene Franklin Actress, Those Were the Days
35. Irvin S. Cobb Irvin S. Cobb Writer, Judge Priest Novelist and dramatist who acted in occasional US films of both silent and sound eras.
36. Adolf E. Licho Adolf E. Licho Actor, The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
37. Rose Plumer Rose Plumer Actress, Bullets and Saddles
38. Frank Leigh Frank Leigh Actor, Below the Deadline
39. A.S. 'Pop' Byron A.S. 'Pop' Byron Actor, Devil on Deck
40. Jean Hathaway Jean Hathaway Actress, The Tornado
41. Larry Wheat Larry Wheat Actor, Nevada
42. E.L. Park E.L. Park Actor, Behind That Curtain
43. Walter C. Hackett Walter C. Hackett Writer, The White Sister
44. John Beck John Beck Actor, The Shock
45. Tex Cooper Tex Cooper Actor, Trouble in Texas
46. Théo Bergerat Théo Bergerat Director, La douloureuse comédie
47. James Carew James Carew Actor, Midnight at the Wax Museum James Carew was born in Goshen, Indiana in 1876. He began as a clerk in a publishing firm. Made his stage debut at the age of 21 in 'Damon and Pythias' in Chicago, became a highly successful in the theatre and moved to England in 1905, where he continued his classical stage career starting with the Lyric Theatre in London...
48. R. Henderson Bland R. Henderson Bland Actor, From the Manger to the Cross; or, Jesus of Nazareth
49. George Chan George Chan Actor, Shadow of Chinatown
50. John T. Dillon John T. Dillon Actor, The New Janitor
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