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1. Catherine Scorsese Catherine Scorsese Actress, Goodfellas
2. Ian Charleson Ian Charleson Actor, Gandhi Being born and raised in Edinburgh, Charleson attended the Royal High School and then went on to attend Edinburgh University. He initially studied architecture but switched to an MA degree after cultivating an interest in acting. He won a place at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art after graduating from Edinburgh.
3. Victor Fleming Victor Fleming Director, The Wizard of Oz Victor Fleming entered motion pictures as a combination driver and stunt man at the Flying A studio in Santa Barbara, California, in 1912, following a series of jobs that included bicycle mechanic, taxi driver, auto mechanic (He also did a little racing on the side), chauffeur and auto salesman. Allan Dwan took credit for hiring him after he repaired Dwan's car...
4. Walter Barnes Walter Barnes Actor, Every Which Way But Loose An American character actor described to some as a 'rugged outdoor western/war type', proved to be Walter Barnes status in motion pictures for nearly thirty years. A pro football player, Barnes made a mark into playing roles in pictures with his performance in the 1957 film "Westbound". Although, Barnes found work in countless foreign films of the 1960s...
5. Brent Collins Brent Collins Actor, Another World Brent Collins was a dwarf who suffered from Marfan syndrome - the same disorder that made both President Abraham Lincoln and Russian Figure Skater Sergei Grinkov, elongated gangly giants amongst most other people. Grinkov died of an heart attack due to Marfan's, in a similiar manner as Brent Collins did in being a dwarf...
6. Slim Summerville Slim Summerville Actor, All Quiet on the Western Front Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1892, rustic-looking George "Slim" Summerville possessed one of those malleable mugs that made you laugh even before he opened his mouth. Young Slim ran away from home as a youth and lived a rather wanderlust life until a chance meeting with Mack Sennett through his comedian friend Edgar Kennedy changed everything...
7. Rudolf Nureyev Rudolf Nureyev Self, I Am a Dancer He was an ethnic Tatar. He was educated at the Leningrad Ballet School and starred with Kirov Ballet. His first film was a USSR short Le Corsaire (1958). While performing in Paris in 1961 he defected to the West. He then performed internationally, becoming an Austrian citizen in 1982. The English/French documentary I Am a Dancer...
8. A.J. Cronin A.J. Cronin Writer, The Stars Look Down British novelist A.J. Cronin was born in Dumbartonshire, Scotland, in 1896. In 1914 he entered Glasgow University to study medicine, but his studies were interrupted by World War I, in which he served in the British Navy as a surgeon sublieutenant. He received his M.B. and Ch.B. in 1919, and took a job as a ship's surgeon on a passenger liner...
9. Larry D. Mann Larry D. Mann Actor, The Sting
10. Miriam Byrd-Nethery Miriam Byrd-Nethery Actress, Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III
11. Alice Frost Alice Frost Actress, It's a Good Life
12. Scott Marlowe Scott Marlowe Actor, It Crawled Out of the Woodwork
13. Niall MacGinnis Niall MacGinnis Actor, Hamlet Niall MacGinnis is not as well known outside of Europe, but he was a wonderful character actor whose variety of roles matched his great gift for characterization and the look beyond just makeup that he projected. He was educated at Stonyhurst College and Trinity College, Dublin. He obtained a basic...
14. Cheryl Holdridge Cheryl Holdridge Actress, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas
15. Lou Rawls Lou Rawls Self, Lou Rawls Rawls was born on 1st December 1933 in Chicago, Illinois. His father abandoned his family and Lou was raised by his grandmother. His first meeting with music was when he was seven years old, in a Baptist church choir. He was mostly influenced by the Chicago Regal theatre where he had the opportunity to see the best in black entertainment...
16. Mónica Spear Mónica Spear Actress, Gran estreno Miss Spear was crowned Miss Venezuela in 2004 and was 4th runner-up in the 2005 Miss Universe Pageant. Prior to competing in beauty pageants, Miss Spear bachelor's degree in theater from the University of Central Florida. Miss Spear went on to become one of the most popular and successful soap opera stars...
17. Theodore Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt Self, Theodore Roosevelt
18. Robert Dozier Robert Dozier Writer, The Young Stranger
19. Alex Colon Alex Colon Actor, Red Scorpion Supporting actor Alex Colon launched his film career in the early 1970s appearing in dramas ranging from religious tract The Cross and the Switchblade, to the gentle comedy Harry and Tonto, to the fact-based made-for-TV action movie Raid on Entebbe. Colon made his final film appearance in The Getaway. Born and raised in Puerto Rico...
20. Charmion King Charmion King Actress, Anne of Green Gables
21. Johnny Johnston Johnny Johnston Actor, Bombalera Nightclub singer; leading man in a few Hollywood musicals of the 1940's. Mr. Johnston began his career in small nightclubs and soon became a singer with Art Kassel and his band, "Kassels in the Air". He also appeared on many radio shows in the late 1930's. In 1942, he signed with Capitol Records - becoming one of the first four artists signed by the label - and recorded "That Old Black Magic"...
22. James Beck James Beck Actor, End of the Line
23. Lance Percival Lance Percival Actor, Yellow Submarine
24. June Palmer June Palmer Actress, The Nine Ages of Nakedness Actress and model June Palmer was born on August 1, 1940, in London, England. She started out in the adult entertainment industry working as a topless dancer at the Windmill Theatre in London. She began modeling while still in her late teens in 1959. With her sweetly comely face, long black hair and generously proportioned ripe'n'robust 38-23-37 voluptuous figure...
25. Billy Van Billy Van Actor, For Better or for Worse: The Bestest Present Billy Van was born in Toronto, Canada in 1934. He was a manic comic actor who starred in CBC-TV's Nightcap in the 1960s and the Hilarious House of Frightenstein in the '70s. The Hilarious House of Frightenstein starred Vincent Price, with Van as host and a variety of characters, including The Count...
26. Dizzy Gillespie Dizzy Gillespie Soundtrack, The Talented Mr. Ripley John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie, along with Charlie Parker, ushered in the era of Be-Bop in the American jazz tradition. He was born in Cheraw, South Carolina, and was the youngest of nine children. He began playing piano at the age of four and received a music scholarship to the Laurinburg Institute in North Carolina...
27. Becky Gonzalez Becky Gonzalez Actress, Night Shift
28. Ernest Laszlo Ernest Laszlo Cinematographer, Judgment at Nuremberg Ernest Laszlo, the Academy Award-winning cinematographer best known for his creative collaborations with directors Robert Aldrich and Stanley Kramer, was born on April 23, 1898, in Budapest, Hungary, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. After emigrating to the US, he worked as a camera operator on Wings...
29. Tad Danielewski Tad Danielewski Director, Sinners Go to Hell Served in the Polish underground during WWII; was captured and interred in a German workcamp until rescued by Patton's forces; studied acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in post-WWII London; started the Professional Actors Workshop in New York City, Los Angeles, and Provo, UT; former students include James Earl Jones, Martin Sheen, Sigourney Weaver, Mercedes Ruehl and Ralph Waite.
30. B.S. Pully B.S. Pully Actor, Guys and Dolls
31. Hallene Hill Hallene Hill Actress, Barney's First Car
32. Bob Holness Bob Holness Self, Blockbusters: Interactive Quiz Bob Holness was the second actor to portray James Bond, starring in a 1957 South African radio dramatization of 'Moonraker'. Born in South Africa in 1928 he moved to Kent, England at a young age and grew up during the Second World War. A career as an actor followed which took him back to the land of his birth where he met Mary Rose whom he soon married...
33. Philip Gilbert Philip Gilbert Actor, Superman III
34. Cliff Lyons Cliff Lyons Stunts, The Train Robbers Cliff Lyons was an American actor, stuntman and second-unit director, primarily of Westerns, particularly the films of John Ford and John Wayne. Lyons, the son of Garrett Thomas Lyons and Wilhamena Johnson Lyons, was raised on a South Dakota farm, though his family lived for a time in Memphis...
35. Aron Kincaid Aron Kincaid Actor, The Proud and Damned Beach stud movie and TV actor Aron Kincaid started life out as Norman Neale Williams III on June 15, 1940, in Hollywood, California. While still a toddler, his father, serving as a Second Lieutenant with the Army Air Force, died at age 27 after his plane was shot down by the Nazis during the last year of World War II...
36. Antonio Pierfederici Antonio Pierfederici Actor, Romeo and Juliet
37. Madiha Kamel Madiha Kamel Actress, Oyun la tanam
38. Lisa Golm Lisa Golm Actress, Come Back, Little Sheba Lisa Golm was born Luise Schmertzler and married Ernst (Ernest) Golm who would later become a character actor with her in Hollywood, but had his first career as a dentist catering to some of the movie stars in Berlin in the late 1920s and 30s. Lisa studied theater as a hobby with Conrad Veidt. When she and Ernst fled Nazi Germany in the late 1930s and settled in Southern California...
39. Frank Tuttle Frank Tuttle Director, This Gun for Hire Writer / director Frank Tuttle, whose Hollywood career stretched from the silent movie era to the dawn of the 1960s, was born on August 6, 1892, in New York City. His first credit in the movie industry was as a screenwriter for the Monte Blue picture The Kentuckians in 1921 for Famous Players-Lasky (Paramount)...
40. John Scott Martin John Scott Martin Actor, Little Shop of Horrors
41. Dickie Arnold Dickie Arnold Actor, Clockwise
42. Si Jenks Si Jenks Actor, Topper
43. Georg Tressler Georg Tressler Director, Teenage Wolfpack
44. Elizabeth Eis Elizabeth Eis Actress, Dear Dead Delilah
45. Peter Cookson Peter Cookson Actor, Fear
46. David Giles David Giles Director, Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: A Murder Is Announced
47. Ethel Grey Terry Ethel Grey Terry Actress, The Penalty A graduate of the Notre Dame academy at Roxbury, Massachusetts, Ethel began her career as a classical dancer working under the direction of Belasco and the Shuberts. She began her career on the stage at two years of age, later being going to New York to pursue a career on the stage. On Broadway she appeared in "The Lily" with Julia Dean...
48. Murray Salem Murray Salem Writer, Kindergarten Cop
49. Jack Ramage Jack Ramage Actor, Kramer vs. Kramer
50. Mario Nascimbene Mario Nascimbene Composer, The Vikings
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