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1. Natalie Wood Natalie Wood Actress, West Side Story Natalie Wood was born on July 20, 1938, in San Francisco, California, as Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko. Her parents were Russian-born émigrés, of Ukrainian and Russian descent, who spoke barely comprehensible English; they changed the family name to Gurdin after becoming US citizens. When she was just four years old...
2. Jon Voight Jon Voight Actor, Mission: Impossible
3. Christopher Lloyd Christopher Lloyd Actor, Back to the Future
4. Diana Rigg Diana Rigg Actress, On Her Majesty's Secret Service
5. Claudia Cardinale Claudia Cardinale Actress, Once Upon a Time in the West Like many other female Italian film stars, Claudia Cardinale's entry into the business was by way of a beauty pageant. She was 17 years old and studying at the Centro Sperimentale in Rome when she entered a beauty contest, which resulted in her getting a succession of small film roles. Her earthy interpretations of Sicilian women got her noticed by Italian producers...
6. Derek Jacobi Derek Jacobi Actor, Gladiator Preeminent British classical actor of the first post-Olivier generation, Derek Jacobi was knighted in 1994 for his services to the theatre, and, in fact, is only the second to enjoy the honor of holding TWO knighthoods, Danish and English (Olivier was the other). Modest and unassuming in nature, Jacobi's...
7. Paul Verhoeven Paul Verhoeven Director, Total Recall Paul Verhoeven graduated from the University of Leiden, with a degree in math and physics. He entered the Royal Netherlands Navy, where he began his film career by making documentaries for the Navy and later for TV. In 1969, he directed the popular Dutch TV series, Floris, about a medieval knight...
8. Terence Stamp Terence Stamp Actor, Wanted Terence Henry Stamp was born and lived in Canal Road, Bow, until German bombers forced his family to move to Plaistow. An icon of the 1960s, he dated the likes of Julie Christie, Brigitte Bardot and Jean Shrimpton. After an extremely successful early career, starring in Modesty Blaise, Poor Cow and Far from the Madding Crowd...
9. Jean Seberg Jean Seberg Actress, Breathless One month before her 18th birthday, Jean Seberg landed the title role in Otto Preminger's Saint Joan after a much-publicized contest involving some 18,000 hopefuls. The failure of that film and the only moderate success of her next, Bonjour Tristesse, combined to stall Seberg's career, until her role in Jean-Luc Godard's landmark feature...
10. Elliott Gould Elliott Gould Actor, American History X Elliott Gould is an American actor known for his roles in MASH, his Oscar-nominated performance in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, and more recently, his portrayal of old-time con artist Reuben Tishkoff in Ocean's Eleven, Ocean's Twelve and Ocean's Thirteen. Born August 29, 1938 in Brooklyn, NY, Gould's father was a textiles buyer and his mother sold artificial flowers...
11. Oliver Reed Oliver Reed Actor, Gladiator
12. Brian Dennehy Brian Dennehy Actor, Ratatouille Imposing, barrel-chested and now silver-haired Brian Dennehy is a prolific US actor, well respected on both screen and stage for the best part of 25 years. He was born in July 1938 in Bridgeport, CT, and attended Columbia University in New York City on a football scholarship. He majored in history, before moving on to Yale to study dramatic arts...
13. Frank Langella Frank Langella Actor, Frost/Nixon A stage and screen actor of extreme versatility, Frank Langella won acclaim on the New York stage in "Seascape" and followed it up with the title role in the Edward Gorey production of "Dracula". He repeated the role for the screen in Dracula and became an international star. Over the years...
14. Ronny Cox Ronny Cox Actor, Total Recall Ronny Cox is a superbly talented actor, singer-songwriter and musician who has been consistently active in Hollywood for over 35 years portraying a diverse range of characters. Born in Cloudcroft, New Mexico, Cox received positive reviews in his first film role for his portrayal of ill-fated businessman...
15. Tommy Chong Tommy Chong Actor, Up in Smoke
16. Dawn Wells Dawn Wells Actress, Silent But Deadly Dawn Elberta Wells was born on October 18, 1938 in Reno, Nevada. Her father was a real estate owner and developer and her mother was a homemaker. Wells' childhood was a happy and healthy one. She and her mother grew their own fruits and vegetables in their gardens and Dawn rode horses. In her high school years...
17. Kenny Rogers Kenny Rogers Soundtrack, The Big Lebowski Born in Texas, the fourth of eight children, singer Kenny Rogers grew up in a poor area of Houston where his father worked in a shipyard and his mother in a hospital. He became the first member of his family to graduate from high school. He took an interest in singing while quite young and as a teenager joined a doo-wop recording group who called themselves "The Scholars"...
18. Alan Ford Alan Ford Actor, Snatch.
19. Liv Ullmann Liv Ullmann Actress, Persona Liv Ullmann's father was a Norwegian engineer who used to work abroad, so as a child she lived in Tokyo, Canada, New York and Oslo. In the mid-'50s she made her stage debut and in 1957 made her film debut. She really became successful, however, when she began to work for Swedish director Ingmar Bergman in such films as Persona...
20. Madge Sinclair Madge Sinclair Actress, The Lion King Madge Sinclair was born Madge Dorita Walters on April 28 1938 in Kingston, Jamaica, married young and had two sons. Madge worked as a teacher in Jamaica until she was 30. She left her two boys with their father and went to New York City to be an actress. She began modeling and later acted with the New York Shakespearean Festival and at Joseph Papp's Public Theatre...
21. Ron Ely Ron Ely Actor, Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze The 15th screen Tarzan (if you don't count Gordon Griffith) was to have played a Tarzan impersonator in a projected Mike Henry television show, which never materialized. He had been tested fourteen months earlier when Henry got the part. Prior to Tarzan, he had played only bit parts in movies, e.g....
22. Connie Stevens Connie Stevens Actress, Grease 2 Born in Brooklyn of Italian, Irish, and Native-American parentage with the unlikely name of Concetta Anna Ingolia, Connie Stevens was raised by grandparents when her parents (both jazz musicians) filed for divorced. She attended Catholic boarding schools in her formative years and a distinct interest...
23. Ed Lauter Ed Lauter Actor, The Artist Edward Matthew Lauter II was born on October 30, 1938 in Long Beach, New York. In a film career that has extended for over four decades, Lauter has starred in a plethora of film and television productions since making his big screen debut in the western Dirty Little Billy. He had portrayed an eclectic array of characters over the years...
24. Fred Williamson Fred Williamson Actor, Starsky & Hutch Former Oakland Raiders/Kansas City Chiefs football star who rose to prominence as one of the first African-American male action stars of the "blaxploitation" genre of the early 1970s, who has since gone on to a long and illustrious career as an actor, director, writer, and producer! Burly, yet handsome 6' 3" Williamson first came to attention in the TV series Julia playing love interest...
25. Romy Schneider Romy Schneider Actress, Sissi Romy Schneider was born on 23 September 1938 in Vienna, Austria into a family of actors. Making her film debut at the age of 15, her breakthrough came two years later in the very popular trilogy Sissi. Her mother, supervising her daughter's career, immediately approved Romy's participation in Christine...
26. Patrick Bauchau Patrick Bauchau Actor, Panic Room Patrick Nicolas Jean Sixte Ghislain Bauchau was born in Brussels, Belgium. His father, Henry Bauchau, is a noted author, psychoanalyst, and philosopher, while his mother was an educator who also helped operate a publishing company. Coming from an intellectual family, it's not surprising that Bauchau won an academic scholarship to Oxford University...
27. Michael Murphy Michael Murphy Actor, Manhattan Michael Murphy was born in Los Angeles, California, to Bearl Branton Murphy, a salesman, and Georgia Arlyn Murphy (nee Money), a teacher. After a hitch in the Marine Corps, Murphy attended the University of Arizona, Tuscon, and then went to U.C.L.A. to get his teaching credential. From 1962 to 1964, he taught high school English and drama in Los Angeles...
28. Roger E. Mosley Roger E. Mosley Actor, Unlawful Entry
29. Kathryn Beaumont Kathryn Beaumont Actress, Alice in Wonderland A native of London, England, Kathryn Beaumont moved to Bangor, North Wales, where her father, Kenneth Beaumont, was a broadcaster during World War II. Upon her return to London in 1945, Kathryn was spotted by an MGM scout and came to the U.S. under contract. She was only about ten when she was signed and began recording the voice of "Alice" in Alice in Wonderland for Disney (replacing Margaret O'Brien...
30. Barry Newman Barry Newman Actor, Vanishing Point An unlikely early 1970s cult star, actor Barry Newman managed it with one of his first movies, as Kowalski, the weary ex-cop loaded up on drugs, who takes it on himself to drive from Denver to San Francisco in 15 hours pursued by the police in the counterculture road flick Vanishing Point. The adventures of this rebel without a cause certainly shows its age nowadays...
31. Buck Taylor Buck Taylor Actor, Cowboys & Aliens
32. Victor Buono Victor Buono Actor, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Larger than life, Laughtonesque, and with an eloquent, king-sized appetite for maniacal merriment, a good portion of the work of actor Victor Buono was squandered on hokey villainy on both film and TV. Ostensibly perceived as bizarre or demented, seldom did Hollywood give this cultivated cut-up the...
33. Sherman Hemsley Sherman Hemsley Actor, Alice in Wonderland Sherman Hemsley played characters known to be wise-cracking, "Weezy" loving, "honky" calling, boisterous fools which America and the entire world laughed with kindheartedly. Sherman Alexander Hemsley, Air Force veteran and actor, was born on Feb. 1, 1938 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father, William Hemsley...
34. Diana Muldaur Diana Muldaur Actress, The Other
35. Diane Baker Diane Baker Actress, The Silence of the Lambs Actress with a notable career in films and television. Born and raised in Hollywood, she moved to New York at eighteen to study acting with Charles Conrad and ballet with Nina Fonaroff. She continued her training in Los Angeles at the Estelle Harman Workshop, securing a contract with Twentieth Century Fox...
36. Susan Strasberg Susan Strasberg Actress, Picnic Susan Strasberg was born in New York City on May 22, 1938. From the time of her birth, she was destined to be an actress. Her father was Lee Strasberg, acting coach at the famed Actors Studio in New York. In 1953, Susan made her acting debut in the episode, Catch a Falling Star, of the Goodyear Playhouse...
37. Hoyt Axton Hoyt Axton Actor, Gremlins
38. Dolores Hart Dolores Hart Actress, Where the Boys Are
39. William B. Davis William B. Davis Actor, The X Files
40. Paula Prentiss Paula Prentiss Actress, The Stepford Wives Discovered by a talent scout at Northwestern University in 1958, Paula Prentiss was signed by Metro Goldwyn Mayer and teamed with Jim Hutton in a string of comedies. She rapidly became one of the best American comediennes of the 1960s. Her funny voice inflexions, free acting style and brunette good looks established her as a leading lady in comedies of the screwball type...
41. Mary Jo Catlett Mary Jo Catlett Actress, General Hospital An unmistakeably happy and hearty veteran character actress and comedienne who has found success in all three mediums (stage, film and television) with her trademark flowery voice, giddy demeanor and ever-cheery disposition, the endearing Mary Jo Catlett is now broaching five decades in the entertainment business...
42. Paul Benedict Paul Benedict Actor, Sesame Street
43. Roy Thinnes Roy Thinnes Actor, A Beautiful Mind Roy was born on April 6, 1938, in Chicago, Illinois. During his formative years, he had wanted to become a doctor or football player - or, if one wants to believe his early press releases, both. He started in show business at a radio station, where he did everything: engineering, DJ shows, news and dramatizations...
44. Leonard Frey Leonard Frey Actor, Fiddler on the Roof Leonard Frey originally wanted to become an artist, but in college he became interested in acting. He made his stage debut in an off-Broadway production of "Little Mary Sunshine" and his film debut as a celebrant in Passages from James Joyce's Finnegans Wake, but he first rose to prominence in the role of Harold, the self-proclaimed "Jew fairy"...
45. Darlene Love Darlene Love Soundtrack, Goodfellas Born Darlene Wright in Los Angeles in 1938, she began her career as lead singer with the vocal trio, The Blossoms. After a spell as regulars on ABC TV's variety show Shindig! in the early 60s, the trio went on to sing backup on a variety of Elvis Presley recordings, and even backed him on his 1968 NBC-TV special Elvis...
46. Jonathan Goldsmith Jonathan Goldsmith Actor, Go Tell the Spartans
47. Michael Bell Michael Bell Actor, Tangled
48. Wolfman Jack Wolfman Jack Actor, American Graffiti
49. Eleanor Bron Eleanor Bron Actress, A Little Princess There is one strange, mesmerizing film scene that easily sums up the disturbing fascination Eleanor Bron brought to her characters on stage, TV and in the cinema. This is the classic fig-eating scene which she shares with Alan Bates in the Oscar-winning drama Women in Love. It is not to be missed...
50. Billy Gray Billy Gray Actor, The Day the Earth Stood Still
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