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1. Chris Penn Chris Penn Actor, Reservoir Dogs Born on October 10, 1965 in Los Angeles, California, Penn's parents both worked in film. His father Leo Penn was an actor-turned-director, and his mother Eileen Ryan was an actress. The youngest of three brothers, (the other two being Michael Penn and Sean Penn) Penn set out to follow in his parents' footsteps...
2. Pernell Roberts Pernell Roberts Actor, Ride Lonesome Best recalled as the eldest son and first member of the "Bonanza" Cartwright clan to permanently leave the Ponderosa in the hopes of greener acting pastures, dark, deep-voiced and durably handsome Pernell Roberts' native roots lay in Georgia. Born Pernell Elvin Roberts, Jr. on May 18, 1928, in North Carolina and moved to Waycross as an infant...
3. Gordon MacRae Gordon MacRae Self, Episode #5.27 Albert Gordon MacRae was born on March 12, 1921, in East Orange, NJ. During his early years, he resided in Syracuse, NY, and, while in high school, spent much of his time singing and acting in the Drama Club. It was also during this time that he learned to play the piano, clarinet and the saxophone...
4. James Farentino James Farentino Actor, Dead & Buried
5. George Cukor George Cukor Director, My Fair Lady
6. Larry Fine Larry Fine Actor, Disorder in the Court Larry began performing as a violinist at a young age. During his teenage years, he earned his living as a singer and boxer. At 18, Larry began working vaudeville with "The Haney Sisters and Fine" and in 1925, he joined Ted Healy and Moe Howard in the act that would eventually become The Three Stooges. Fine made more than 200 films before a stroke forced him to retire in 1970.
7. J. Carrol Naish J. Carrol Naish Actor, Sahara J. Carroll was born in New York City to Catherine Moran and Patrick Sarsfield Naish (not in the business). He was educated at St. Cecilia's Academy, New York City. He had seven years stage experience in Paris and New York. Later in stock company. First screen appearance in 1930. Fox brought him to Hollywood.
8. Theodoros Angelopoulos Theodoros Angelopoulos Director, Trilogy: The Weeping Meadow Theo Angelopoulos began to study law in Athens but broke up his studies to go to the Sorbonne in Paris in order to study literature. When he had finished his studies, he wanted to attend the School of Cinema at Paris but decided instead to go back to Greece. There he worked as a journalist and critic for the newspaper "Demokratiki Allaghi" until it was banned by the military after a coup d'état...
9. Winston Churchill Winston Churchill Writer, Young Winston Born in Blenheim Palace, England. Mother's name was Lady Randolph Churchill who had American lineage. On his father's side he was grandson of the 7th Duke of Marlborough, his ancestry extending into the aristocracy. After passing through famous English public schools such as Harrow, he went on to fulfil his ambition for a life in the army...
10. Jerome Cowan Jerome Cowan Actor, The Maltese Falcon Jerome Cowan was one of Hollywood's most prolific and instantly recognisable character actors. His trademark pencil-thin moustache and slicked back hair, immaculate suits and sophisticated manner were his stock-in-trade for impersonating an assortment of rejected husbands, shifty politicians, lawyers and shady detectives...
11. Ted Bundy Ted Bundy Self, Murder: No Apparent Motive Theodore Robert Bundy, or more commonly known as "Ted" was one of the most prolific serial killers in America. He confessed to 36 murders, but nobody really knows how many had been committed or when he began his legacy of horror; he had gone to his grave without confessing the true total. Ted was born to Eleanor Louise Cowell and a father that had taken off when Eleanor found out she was pregnant...
12. Madge Bellamy Madge Bellamy Actress, White Zombie Madge got her start in theater working with a stock company in Denver. Put under a personal contract by a Broadway producer, Madge got her big break when she replaced Helen Hayes in the Broadway play "Dear Brutus". Her success as a stage actress led to her being signed by Fox Pictures. After appearing in a number of movies in the early 20's...
13. Kevin James Kevin James Actor, Taboo II
14. L. Ron Hubbard L. Ron Hubbard Writer, Battlefield Earth
15. John Miljan John Miljan Actor, The Ten Commandments Smooth-talking, oily villain in Hollywood films for three and a half decades from 1923.
16. Jeffrey Boam Jeffrey Boam Writer, Lethal Weapon 3
17. Easy Pickens Easy Pickens Actor, The Ballad of Cable Hogue
18. Bernd Eichinger Bernd Eichinger Producer, Downfall
19. Ceil Cabot Ceil Cabot Actress, Freaky Friday
20. Duke York Duke York Actor, Flash Gordon Duke York Jr. has a long resume as one of Hollywood's best stunt men. He is still often seen on TV today although audiences may not recognize him. He is most often seen today as the various "monsters" that confronted The Three Stooges during the 1940s, and as King Kala (wearing a bald cap) in the first Flash Gordon serial.
21. Tina Chow Tina Chow Uncategorised Tina Chow was born Bettina Louise Lutz to a Japanese mother and a German-American father in 1951. In her teens, she and her sister, Adelle Lutz, enjoyed success as models for Japanese cosmetics giant Shiseido's advertising campaign. This was a primer for Tina's future status as a major fashion icon of the 1980s...
22. John Bleifer John Bleifer Actor, The Mark of Zorro
23. Vadim Glowna Vadim Glowna Actor, Cross of Iron
24. Ken Darby Ken Darby Music Department, The Wizard of Oz Composer ("How the West Was Won"), songwriter ("Make Mine Music"), choral director, conductor, arranger, singer and author, educated at Christian College and a student of Tibor Serly, Ernst Toch, Herman Hand, and Victor Young. He originated The King's Men male vocal quartet in 1929 and appeared on radio...
25. Chief Sky Eagle Chief Sky Eagle Actor, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
26. Hedwig Bleibtreu Hedwig Bleibtreu Actress, The Third Man
27. Anita W. Addison Anita W. Addison Director, Long Day's Journey Producer/director Anita Addison was one of the first African-American, female TV executives. She began her career as a director, directing episodes of "Knots Landing," "Quantum Leap," "Freddy's Nightmares," "ER," "Sirens" and "Judging Amy." She also directed made-for-TV movies, including "There Are...
28. Gerry Johnson Gerry Johnson Actress, The Man Called Flintstone
29. Fayard Nicholas Fayard Nicholas Self, Swing Invasion Fayard Nicholas was one-half of The Nicholas Brothers, a famous African-American tap dancing team who appeared in several movies and became one of the famous and most beloved dance team of all time. Both brothers appeared in films such as An All-Colored Vaudeville Show, The Pirate and The Five Heartbeats. Fayard's brother, Harold Nicholas died on July 3, 2000, while Fayard died on Januray 24, 2006.
30. Guy Teague Guy Teague Actor, Battles of Chief Pontiac
31. Diane Holland Diane Holland Actress, The Stinker Diane Holland lived in Surrey. She was unmarried, and trained as a dancer before being given the part of snobbish Yvonne Stuart-Hargreaves in Hi-de-Hi! by her brother-in-law, Jimmy Perry. Jimmy, who co-wrote the holiday camp sitcom, married Diane's sister Gilda, and recognised her talent. At the peak of Hi-de-Hi!'s success in the '80s...
32. Fernando Sánchez Polack Fernando Sánchez Polack Actor, The Hunt
33. Dick Whittinghill Dick Whittinghill Actor, Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?
34. Gene Austin Gene Austin Soundtrack, The Green Mile Gene Austin was a singer, songwriter ("When My Sugar Walks Down the Street") and author, educated at Baltimore University. He served in the US Army in 1916 with the Mexican Punitive Expedition, then in World War I. He sang in theaters, vaudeville, radio, television and films, and made many recordings...
35. Lisa Daniely Lisa Daniely Actress, The Invisible Man
36. Bill Cody Bill Cody Actor, The Vanishing Riders Bill Cody, the B-movie cowboy star, was born William Joseph Cody, Jr., on January 5, 1891 in St. Paul, Minnesota 1891, although some sources list his place of birth as Manitoba. He was no relation to William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody. He was educated at Saint Thomas Military Academy in Minneapolis and later attended St...
37. Morrie Cohan Morrie Cohan Actor, Iron Man
38. Ralph De Vito Ralph De Vito Director, The Death Collector
39. Neil Wilson Neil Wilson Actor, A Clockwork Orange
40. Anthony Sagar Anthony Sagar Actor, The Offence In a career sadly cut short by his death at 52 Anthony Sagar shared a screen with many of the greats of British cinema - Alec Guinness, Michael Redgrave, Tom Courtenay, John Mills and Richard Burton to name a few. He also popped up in 7 of the Carry On series, a Norman Wisdom film, a Ronnie Corbett film and the big-screen Dad's Army...
41. Ira H. Hayes Ira H. Hayes Self, Sands of Iwo Jima
42. James Poe James Poe Writer, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Attended Bronxville High School in Bronxville, New York and then St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland.
43. Stuart Burge Stuart Burge Director, Othello
44. Pat Perkins Pat Perkins Actress, JFK Priscilla "Pat" Pierre Perkins was an actress with day jobs that ranged from cab driving to nursing to bartending. She died on January 24th at her home in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was 76 years old. From 1977 on, Ms. Perkins had small parts in many big budget films such as Pretty Baby and JFK...
45. Flo Hyman Flo Hyman Actress, The Order of the Black Eagle
46. Carlos Orellana Carlos Orellana Actor, Tizoc
47. Halsted Welles Halsted Welles Writer, 3:10 to Yuma
48. Bryan Phillips Bryan Phillips Director, Schoolboy Crush
49. Philip DeGuere Philip DeGuere Writer, Simon & Simon
50. Thurgood Marshall Thurgood Marshall Self, Super Chief: The Life and Legacy of Earl Warren
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