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1. Audrey Hepburn Audrey Hepburn Actress, Breakfast at Tiffany's Audrey Hepburn was born Audrey Kathleen Ruston on May 4, 1929 in Brussels, Belgium. She was a blue-blood and a cosmopolitan from birth. Her mother, Ella van Heemstra, was a Dutch baroness, and her father, Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston, was born in Úzice, Bohemia, of English and Austrian descent, and worked in business...
2. Bob Newhart Bob Newhart Actor, Elf
3. Grace Kelly Grace Kelly Actress, Rear Window In the summer of 1954, Grace Kelly and Cary Grant were on the French Riviera working on an Alfred Hitchcock movie, To Catch a Thief. It was probably the scene after she speeds along the Moyen Corniche to quickly get to the "picnic grounds", and away from a tailing police car, that she had time to look at the Mediterranean and the countryside along the coast...
4. Max von Sydow Max von Sydow Actor, Minority Report Max von Sydow was born on April 10, 1929 in a middle-class family in Lund, Sweden. He is the son of Maria Margareta (Rappe) and Carl Wilhelm von Sydow, an ethnologist and folklore professor. His surname originates from distant German ancestry. When he was in high school, he and a few fellow students...
5. Christopher Plummer Christopher Plummer Actor, Up Arthur Christopher Orme Plummer was born in Toronto, Ontario, the only child of Isabella Mary (Abbott) and John Orme Plummer, a secretary to the Dean of Sciences at McGill University. He is a great-grandson of Canadian Prime Minister John Abbott (who served from 1891 to 1892), and a great-great-great-grandson of Anglican clergyman John Bethune...
6. John Cassavetes John Cassavetes Actor, Rosemary's Baby
7. Edward Asner Edward Asner Actor, Up Ed Asner is a television legend, the winner of seven acting Emmy Awards (which puts tied him with Mary Tyler Moore, both of whom rank second to their "Mary Tyler Moore Show" co-star, Cloris Leachman who has nine). In all, he has been nominated 20 times for an Emmy Award, with 17 nods for a Primetime Emmy and three for a Daytime award...
8. Jean Simmons Jean Simmons Actress, Spartacus Demure British beauty Jean Simmons was born January 31, 1929 in Crouch End, London. As a 14-year-old dance student, she was plucked from her school to play Margaret Lockwood's precocious sister in Give Us the Moon, and she went on to make a name for herself in such major British productions as Caesar and Cleopatra...
9. Joan Plowright Joan Plowright Actress, 101 Dalmatians Dame Joan Ann Plowright, the Baroness Olivier, is one of the most distinguished actors of her generation. She may be best remembered as the third wife and widow of Laurence Olivier, generally considered the greatest anglophone actor of the 20th Century, but she had a distinguished career of her own on stage and screen spanning six decades...
10. James Hong James Hong Actor, Blade Runner James Hong was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. He studied civil engineering at the University of Minnesota, but at some point along the way became interested in acting. He graduated from the University of Southern California and practiced for 1½ years as a road engineer with the County of Los Angeles...
11. Anne Meara Anne Meara Actress, All My Children Comedienne Anna Meara was born September 20, 1929, in Brooklyn, New York, to Mary (Dempsey) and Edward Joseph Meara, who were both of Irish descent. She and her husband, Jerry Stiller were members of the improvisational company, the Compass Players, which later became SCTV. They performed as a duo under the name "Stiller and Meara"...
12. Anne Ramsey Anne Ramsey Actress, The Goonies American character actress Anne Ramsey was quite busy in the 1980s despite being in her later years at the time. It wasn't until quite late in her life that Ramsey pursued an acting career in motion pictures. Ramsey was born Anne Mobley in Omaha, Nebraska, to Eleanor (Smith), a national treasurer of the Girl Scouts...
13. June Squibb June Squibb Actress, Nebraska
14. Sergio Leone Sergio Leone Writer, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Sergio Leone was virtually born into the cinema - he was the son of Roberto Roberti (A.K.A. Vincenzo Leone), one of Italy's cinema pioneers, and actress Bice Valerian. Leone entered films in his late teens, working as an assistant director to both Italian directors and U.S. directors working in Italy (usually making Biblical and Roman epics...
15. Amanda Blake Amanda Blake Actress, A Star Is Born Amanda was born in Buffalo , N.Y. of English and Scottish descent. After attending school in Buffalo, she and her parents moved to Claremont, California. She graduated from high school at Claremont High. She enrolled at Pomona college but due to her avid participation with community and theater productions...
16. Alejandro Jodorowsky Alejandro Jodorowsky Writer, Santa Sangre Alejandro Jodorowsky was born in Iquique, Chile on February 7, 1929. In 1942 he moved to Santiago where he attended university, was a circus clown and a puppeteer. In 1955 he went to Paris and studied mime with Marcel Marceau. He worked with Maurice Chevalier there and made a short film, La cravate...
17. Vera Miles Vera Miles Actress, Psycho Born in Boise City, Oklahoma, Vera Miles attended school in Pratt, Kansas and Wichita, Kansas. The patrician beauty of Miss Miles won her the title of "Miss Kansas" in 1948, leading soon to small roles in Hollywood films and television series. Fame came to the forthright, spirited Miles when she attracted the attention of two master directors...
18. David Kelly David Kelly Actor, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Born Dublin, Ireland on July 11 1929. Educated at Synge Street Catholic boys school. Started acting aged 8 in the Gaiety theatre Dublin. Playing everything from Beckett to Shakespeare, he has appeared in Theatre, TV and film constantly since 1959. Awards include, Helen Hayes for "Moon for the Misbegotten...
19. Corinne Conley Corinne Conley Actress, Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
20. Barbara Walters Barbara Walters Self, 20/20
21. Vic Morrow Vic Morrow Actor, Twilight Zone: The Movie Vic Morrow was born in the Bronx, New York, to Jean (Kress) and Harry Morrow, an electrical engineer. His parents were Russian Jewish immigrants. Morrow dropped out of high school at 17 to join the U.S. Navy. When he left the Navy, he used the G.I. Bill to study pre-law at Florida State. While Morrow was working on his degree in Law...
22. Bud Spencer Bud Spencer Actor, They Call Me Trinity Bud Spencer, the popular Italian actor who starred in innumerable spaghetti Westerns and action-packed potboilers during the 1960s and 1970s, was born Carlo Pedersoli on October 31, 1929, in Naples. The first Italian to swim the 100-meter freestyle in less than a minute, Spencer competed as a swimmer on the Italian National Team at the Olympic Summer games in both Helsinki...
23. Jane Powell Jane Powell Actress, Royal Wedding Jane Powell was singing and dancing at an early age. She sang on the radio and performed in theaters before her screen debut in 1944. Through the 1940s and 1950s, she had a successful career in movie musicals. However, in 1957, her career in films ended, as she had outgrown her innocent girl-next-door image...
24. Nigel Hawthorne Nigel Hawthorne Actor, Amistad Born in Coventry, England on 5 April 1929. Raised in South Africa. Returned to the UK in the 1950s. Extensive theatre work in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. His portrayal of "Sir Humphrey Appleby" in the BBC comedy Yes Minister won him international acclaim in the 1980s. In 1992, he was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for his "George III" in Alan Bennett's hit stage play...
25. Patricia Routledge Patricia Routledge Actress, To Sir, with Love Daughter of Catherine and Isaac Routledge. Her father was a haberdasher, and, during WWII, the family lived weeks at a time in the basement of her father's shop. She attended Birkenhead High School, where she sang in the choir and ran the Sunday School. She studied English at Liverpool University, and...
26. Terry Moore Terry Moore Actress, Mighty Joe Young Born Helen Luella Koford on January 7, 1929, the Los Angeles, California, native worked as a model before she made her film debut at age 11 in 20th Century-Fox's Maryland. Throughout the 1940s she worked under a variety of names (her own, Judy Ford and January Ford) before settling on Terry Moore in 1948...
27. Rebecca Schull Rebecca Schull Actress, Analyze This
28. Roberto Gómez Bolaños Roberto Gómez Bolaños Writer, La fiesta de la buena vecindad
29. Bonnie Bartlett Bonnie Bartlett Actress, Twins Bonnie Bartlett grew up in Moline, Illinois. Her father E.E. was a failed Shakespearean actor who became an insurance salesman. Her mother Carrie was a homemaker. At an early age, Bonnie became determined to fulfill her father's failed acting career. She went to Northwestern University to study acting...
30. Liz Sheridan Liz Sheridan Actress, Santa Barbara
31. Don Murray Don Murray Actor, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
32. Pat Harrington Jr. Pat Harrington Jr. Actor, The President's Analyst
33. James Shigeta James Shigeta Actor, Die Hard Hawaiian-born James Shigeta was, for a time, the biggest East Asian U.S. star the country had known for decades. His up-and-down career reflected the country's changing interest in films with East Asian themes, but, when called upon, he filled both A-movie starring roles and minor T.V. guest appearances with the same cool and classy style...
34. Jerry Goldsmith Jerry Goldsmith Music Department, Mulan Born on February 10, 1929, Jerry Goldsmith studied piano with Jakob Gimpel and composition, theory, and counterpoint with Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco. He also attended classes in film composition given by Miklós Rózsa at the Univeristy of Southern California. In 1950, he was employed as a clerk typist in the music department at CBS...
35. Timothy Carey Timothy Carey Actor, Paths of Glory Timothy Carey had one of the most unusual careers of all Hollywood character actors, obtaining full cult status for his portrayals of the doomed, the psychotic and the plain crazy. Carey's career was an "Only in America" type of story, and he retains his status as a Great American Original a decade after his death...
36. John Bluthal John Bluthal Actor, The Fifth Element
37. George Coe George Coe Actor, Kramer vs. Kramer
38. Hal Ashby Hal Ashby Director, Being There Hal Ashby was born the fourth and youngest child in a Mormon household in Ogden, Utah, on September 2, 1929. His father was a dairy farmer. After a rough childhood that included the divorce of his parents, his father's suicide, his dropping out of high school, getting married and divorced all before he was 19...
39. Joi Lansing Joi Lansing Actress, Touch of Evil Joi Lansing was born Joyce Renee Brown on April 6, 1929 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was a young lady who developed, physically, early as a teen. Because of her striking good looks, she began to model and was extremely successful throughout the 1940s. It was only natural that her physical assets eventually landed her on the silver screen...
40. Dick Clark Dick Clark Self, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Dick Clark was born and raised in Mount Vernon, New York on November 30, 1929 to Julia Fuller and Richard Augustus Clark. He had one older brother, Bradley, who was killed in World War II. At the age of 16, Clark got his first job in the mailroom of WRUN, a radio station in Utica, New York, which was owned by his uncle and managed by his father...
41. Jerry Adler Jerry Adler Actor, Manhattan Murder Mystery
42. Peter Breck Peter Breck Actor, General Hospital Primarily remembered as Barbara Stanwyck's rugged middle son, Nick Barkley, the handsome and strapping "loose cannon" on the popular action-driven TV western The Big Valley, actor Peter Breck is a survivor who has gone through the ups and downs of not only his own personal life, but this tough business they call acting...
43. Ronnie Barker Ronnie Barker Actor, The Picnic Ronnie Barker's remarkable versatility as a performer can be traced back to his time in repertory theatre, where he was able to play a wide range of roles and develop his talent for accents, voices and verbal dexterity. It was during this time that he met Glenn Melvyn, who taught him how to stammer (something he would later use to great effect in the sitcom Open All Hours)...
44. Roxie Roker Roxie Roker Actress, Claudine
45. Michael Forest Michael Forest Actor, Cast Away Six-foot-three and weighing in at a lean, mean 215, Michael Forest was a rugged-looking addition to the Roger Corman and Gene Corman's list of leading men during their 1950s heyday. Between Corman films, he was a stage actor who worked in Shakespearean plays and other legitimate productions as classy as his real name (Gerald Michael Charlebois)...
46. Richard Dysart Richard Dysart Actor, The Thing Richard Dysart served for four years in the Air Force during the Korean War. He's a founding member of the American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco. He received the Drama Desk Award in 1972 and a Emmy Award in 1992. He is good friends with Diana Muldaur, who played Rosalind Shays on L.A. Law.
47. Moses Gunn Moses Gunn Actor, The NeverEnding Story
48. Jerry Hardin Jerry Hardin Actor, The Firm A highly engaging, charismatic, and reliable character actor with a long and distinguished career spanning half a century, Jerry Hardin has been gracing both the big and small screen, and stage, with many enjoyable performances, highlighted by a relaxed and pleasing Southern twang. Born November 20...
49. David Doyle David Doyle Actor, General Hospital David Fitzgerald Doyle was born in Lincoln, Nebraska December 1, 1929. He was the son of Mary Ruth Fitzgerald and Lewis Raymond (Lum) Doyle, a prominent Lincoln attorney. His maternal grandfather was John Fitzgerald, a prominent banker and railroad builder in Nebraska. His paternal grandfather was T...
50. June Carter Cash June Carter Cash Soundtrack, Walk the Line
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