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1. Edward G. Robinson Edward G. Robinson Actor, Double Indemnity Edward G. Robinson arrived in the United States at age ten, and his family moved into New York's Lower East Side. He took up acting while attending City College, abandoning plans to become a rabbi or lawyer. The American Academy of Dramatic Arts awarded him a scholarship, and he began work in stock...
2. Robert Hegyes Robert Hegyes Actor, Just Tell Me You Love Me Robert Hegyes was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, to an Hungarian-American father, Stephen, and an Italian-American mother, Marie Dominica (Cocozza). He is the eldest of their children. The others are: Mark Hegyes, MD - Billings, Montana, Ms. Stephanie Hegyes - Princeton, New Jersey, and Ms. Elizabeth Cocozza - Los Angeles, California...
3. José Ferrer José Ferrer Actor, Lawrence of Arabia
4. Ian Abercrombie Ian Abercrombie Actor, Army of Darkness Ian Abercrombie began his theatrical career as a lad during the Blitz in World War II. After his footwork years during which he earned Bronze, Silver and Gold medals in dance for the stage, he performed in London, Holland, Ireland and Scotland. He made his American stage debut in 1955 in a production of "Stalag 17" with Jason Robards and Jules Munshin...
5. Leo Genn Leo Genn Actor, Moby Dick Leo Genn was the son of a successful jewelry merchant Woolfe (William) Genn and his wife Rachel Asserson. He attended the City of London School as a youth and went on to study law at Cambridge. He received his law degree as a qualified barrister (which in English law tradition is a lawyer who is a specialist in law and who appears in court as representative of a client...
6. Margery Mason Margery Mason Actress, The Princess Bride
7. Pat Welsh Pat Welsh Actress, Star Wars: Episode VI - The Return of the Jedi
8. Glenn Langan Glenn Langan Actor, The Snake Pit Thomas Glenn Langan spent most of his early life in his home town of Denver, Colorado. After completing his education, he acted in local repertory companies, before moving to New York. In 1942, he appeared on Broadway opposite Luise Rainer in J.M. Barrie's "Kiss for Cinderella". He garnered good critical reviews...
9. Dimitra Arliss Dimitra Arliss Actress, The Sting Dimitra Arliss's acting career began at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, she first caught audience's eyes appearing in Arthur Kopit's Broadway play "Indians", she played a Native American character who spoke with an Italian accent. While she continued acting on stage, she began to appear in several television and film productions including The Sting...
10. Kandi Barbour Kandi Barbour Actress, Neon Nights Striking brunette beauty Kandi Barbour was born Linda Jean Smith in 1956 in Shawnee Mission, Kansas. She grew up in a devout home in the Bible Belt. Kandi was discovered by photographer Diana Hardy in the 70s and first gained public recognition posing for various popular men's magazines in the mid 70s...
11. Guy Raymond Guy Raymond Actor, The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming
12. Grace Moore Grace Moore Actress, One Night of Love Grace Moore, the internationally famous star of the Metropolitan Opera, Broadway, motion pictures, radio and recordings, was born December 5, 1898, in Del Río near Newport, Tennessee. Her family moved to Jellico when she was a young girl. She attended Jellico High School where she was captain of the girls basketball team in 19l6...
13. Margaret Hayes Margaret Hayes Actress, Blackboard Jungle Auburn-haired Margaret 'Maggie' Hayes made her Broadway debut in 1940 and was signed by Paramount the following year. She generally played second leads, often as 'the other woman', but was never quite fulfilled in her profession. Instead, she pursued diverse other career paths outside of acting, both in between performing...
14. David Byrd David Byrd Actor, Lost Highway
15. Christian Brando Christian Brando Actor, I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!
16. William Eythe William Eythe Actor, The Ox-Bow Incident He had the requisite charm and dark, thick-browed good-looks of a Tyrone Power that often spelled "film stardom" but it was not to be in the case of actor William Eythe. Spotted for Hollywood while performing on Broadway, he made nary a dent when he finally transferred his skills to film and is little remembered today...
17. Darrell Sandeen Darrell Sandeen Actor, L.A. Confidential
18. William Forrest William Forrest Actor, One-Eyed Jacks
19. Colin Tarrant Colin Tarrant Actor, When the Bough Breaks
20. Len Carlson Len Carlson Actor, Cypher
21. Ida Kitaeva Ida Kitaeva Self, One Moment Please
22. Ethelreda Leopold Ethelreda Leopold Actress, In the Sweet Pie and Pie
23. Albert Rémy Albert Rémy Actor, The 400 Blows
24. Mihajlo-Bata Paskaljevic Mihajlo-Bata Paskaljevic Actor, The Marathon Family
25. Harlan Briggs Harlan Briggs Actor, Dodsworth Veteran stage actor who became a Hollywood character player from the mid-30's until his death.
26. Helene Costello Helene Costello Actress, Lights of New York Some of Helene Costello's films available on video are Her Crowning Glory, Lulu's Doctor and Lights of New York, the first all-talking feature. She worked for a time as a reader for 20th Century Fox in the early 1940s. Miss Costello died on January 26, 1957, in California's Patton State Hospital. She left behind a daughter by her fourth husband. The daughter's whereabouts are currently unknown.
27. Lucky Luciano Lucky Luciano Self, The Mafia Connection US gangster and racketeer. Born Charles Salvadore Lucania in Sicily, he emigrated with his family to the US in 1906. In 1907 he started shoplifting. He was given his nickname by childhood friend and fellow gangster Meyer Lansky for his luck with betting on racehorses, but it also could have applied...
28. Steve Condit Steve Condit Actor, The John Gillman Story
29. Lesley Fitz-Simons Lesley Fitz-Simons Actress, Episode #1.1122
30. Kenneth Thomson Kenneth Thomson Actor, Movie Crazy
31. Kenneth Burritt Kenneth Burritt Actor, Caddyshack
32. Ole Olsen Ole Olsen Soundtrack, Thousands Cheer With Chic Johnson, Ole was half of that lunatic comedy team from vaudeville, Olsen & Johnson. The pair made several films, among which the most successful (and most representatively loony) was _Hellzapoppin (1941)_.
33. Lyubov Orlova Lyubov Orlova Actress, Spring Lyubov Orlova was a Russian film star of the 1930s who enjoyed the sympathy of Joseph Stalin. She was born Lyubov Petrovna Orlova on January 29, 1902 in Zvenigorod, a suburb of Moscow, Russia. Her father, Petr Orlov, was an officer in the Russian Imperial Army, her mother, Evgenia Sukhotina, belonged to Russian Landed Gentry...
34. Gordon Oliver Gordon Oliver Producer, Cancel My Reservation Entering films in the 1930s, Oliver played lead and supporting roles in a number of Warner Bros., and Columbia films before turning to character roles in films for RKO.
35. Matthew Betz Matthew Betz Actor, The Wedding March
36. Bert Moorhouse Bert Moorhouse Actor, Hey Rube!
37. Norman Gay Norman Gay Actor, The Shining Norman Gay won the Lord Leverhulme scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in 1939 where he was a contemporary of Sir Richard Attenborough. He ran his own company "Cue Theatre" for many years before taking holy orders and adopting a monastic life. he returned to the entertainment industry in the 1970s devoting his time between theatre projects and cameo roles on film and television...
38. Anthony R. Lovett Anthony R. Lovett Writer, Latex
39. Paul 'Bear' Bryant Paul 'Bear' Bryant Self, Namath
40. Mollie Maureen Mollie Maureen Actress, The Return of the Pink Panther
41. Bob Tracey Bob Tracey Actor, The Mothman Prophecies
42. Elizabeth Barrington Elizabeth Barrington Actress, House
43. Josie MacAvin Josie MacAvin Set Decorator, Out of Africa
44. Liane Hielscher Liane Hielscher Actress, Die Supernasen
45. Betty Lou Henson Betty Lou Henson Actress, Kindergarten Cop
46. Götz Kauffmann Götz Kauffmann Actor, Tales from the Vienna Woods
47. Jeane Dixon Jeane Dixon Self, A Little Romance Jeane Dixon was, arguably, the most famous American astrologer and psychic in the pop culture of the post-World War II period due to her syndicated newspaper column, television talk-show appearances, and a best-selling biography. Dixon proved more of a celebrity and entertainer than a serious soothsayer...
48. Alenka Rancic Alenka Rancic Actress, Kraj ili pocetak
49. Leny Marenbach Leny Marenbach Actress, Model Husband Lady-like Leny Marenbach was Germany's answer to Irene Dunne. She seemed to have little artifice about her and was therefore ideally suited to play gentle, impeccably well-mannered model wives or brave battlers against the forces of adversity. In more emancipated mode, she added a much-needed sparkle to assorted mainstream melodramas and could also occasionally display a deft talent for comedy...
50. A.E. van Vogt A.E. van Vogt Writer, A Can of Paint
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