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1. Liberace Liberace Self, Another World Most remembered for his extravagant costumes and trademark candelabra placed on the lids of his flashy pianos, Liberace was loved by his audiences for his music talent and unique showmanship. He was born as Wladziu Valentino Liberace on May 16, 1919, into a musical family, in Wisconsin. His mother, Frances Liberace (née Zuchowski)...
2. John Dehner John Dehner Actor, Airplane II: The Sequel Unlike many actors, John Dehner's career didn't begin on the stage or on radio. He started out as an animator for Walt Disney Studios, then worked as a disc jockey and a professional pianist. He made his film debut in the 1940s, and has appeared in dozens of films. A tall and distinguished looking man with a rich voice and somewhat flamboyant demeanor...
3. Ossie Davis Ossie Davis Actor, Doctor Dolittle
4. Patricia Highsmith Patricia Highsmith Writer, The Talented Mr. Ripley
5. Karen Carpenter Karen Carpenter Self, Carpenters: Close to You Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Karen Carpenter moved with her family to Downey, California, in 1963. Karen's older brother, Richard Carpenter, decided to put together an instrumental trio with him on the piano, Karen on the drums and their friend Wes Jacobs on the bass and tuba. In a battle of the bands at the Hollywood Bowl in 1966...
6. Tura Satana Tura Satana Actress, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! Tura Satana started exotic dancing when she was only 13 years old. She integrated acrobatics, humor, and sensual beauty to her dancing art form. As a dancer, she started doing guest appearances in films such as Our Man Flint and Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? and made several films with low-budget auteur Ted V. Mikels...
7. Robert Graf Robert Graf Actor, The Great Escape
8. George Nader George Nader Actor, Robot Monster Born in Pasadena, California, George Nader became interested in acting while still in school and appeared in several productions at the Pasadena Playhouse. This led to several small parts in movies before earning the lead role in the infamous 3D thriller Robot Monster. The movie was bad but profitable...
9. Tony Steedman Tony Steedman Actor, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
10. Barbara McNair Barbara McNair Actress, General Hospital Popular African-American vocalist and entertainer Barbara McNair dazzled audiences with her singing prowess and exceptional beauty for well over four decades until her death on February 4, 2007 of throat cancer in Los Angeles. The Chicago-born entertainer and one-time secretary was raised in Racine...
11. Roger Livesey Roger Livesey Actor, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp The son of Joseph Livesey and Mary Catherine (nee Edwards), Roger was educated at Westminster City School, London. His first stage appearance was the office boy in Loyalties at St. James' theatre in 1917. Subsequently, he played in everything from Shakespeare to modern comedies. He played various roles in the West End from 1920 to 1926...
12. Una O'Connor Una O'Connor Actress, Witness for the Prosecution Delightful character actress who held her own against such acting heavyweights as Charles Laughton, Boris Karloff, Tyrone Power, Barbara Stanwyck, and Sydney Greenstreet. Often cast by studio heads as comic relief thanks to her thick Irish accent and rubber-faced expressions, most notably in Universal's horror classics...
13. Robert Clouse Robert Clouse Director, Enter the Dragon A hard-working director throughout his long and varied career, Robert Clouse is known best for his two most successful films: Enter the Dragon and _Game of Death (1978_. Clouse was a director who worked mainly in the visuals of cinema, owing to the fact that he was completely deaf, he employed assistant directors who could verify that actors had delivered their lines correctly...
14. Sue Carol Sue Carol Actress, Check and Double Check Sue Carol was born Evelyn Jean Lederer on October 30, 1906 in Chicago, Illinois, to Caroline (Schmidt) and Samuel Lederer. Her parents were Jewish immigrants (from Bohemia and Germany). She was 20 years old when she entered film work. Her first role was a bit part in Soft Cushions in 1927. Directors...
15. Lena Nyman Lena Nyman Actress, Autumn Sonata
16. Richard Bonehill Richard Bonehill Actor, Rob Roy
17. Michael Habeck Michael Habeck Actor, The Name of the Rose
18. Michael P. Moran Michael P. Moran Actor, Scarface
19. Robert Arnold Robert Arnold Actor, Tunes of Glory Robert Arnold worked on a local newspaper in Stamford before joining the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in the early 1950s. He then went on to join the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon where he met his wife, the actress June Brown. They appeared in several productions together. He appeared in two films...
20. Ma Wu Ma Wu Actor, A Chinese Ghost Story
21. Augusta Dabney Augusta Dabney Actress, One Life to Live
22. Stuart Buchanan Stuart Buchanan Actor, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
23. Manolo Fábregas Manolo Fábregas Actor, Two Mules for Sister Sara
24. Larry Elikann Larry Elikann Director, I Know My First Name Is Steven
25. Jesse Hibbs Jesse Hibbs Director, To Hell and Back
26. Jim Ameche Jim Ameche Actor, The Story of Mankind
27. Brett Halliday Brett Halliday Writer, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
28. Master Bhagwan Master Bhagwan Actor, Albela
29. Salah Kabil Salah Kabil Actor, Al-asfour
30. Hank Bell Hank Bell Actor, Flame of Barbary Coast
31. Ann Belsky Ann Belsky Make-Up Department, Death of a Salesman
32. Archie Savage Archie Savage Actor, South Pacific Archie Savage made a vital contribution to African-American Dance in the United States. Born in Norfolk, Virginia and raised in New York's Harlem. Archie's first introduction to the world of modern dance came when he joined the "Hemsley Winfield's Dance Troupe" in the 1930's. In 1939, Archie joined...
33. Neal Cassady Neal Cassady Writer, The Last Time I Committed Suicide Neal Cassady became the well-spring from which the Beat Generation gushed forth due to his close friendships with Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg Born on February 8, 1926 (in the back of a car, according to his own fanciful musings). Cassady -- arguably the most famous non-professional automobile driver in history -- became famous as Dean Morarity...
34. Tommy Bush Tommy Bush Actor, Con Air
35. Erich Ponto Erich Ponto Actor, The Third Man
36. Monica Scattini Monica Scattini Actress, My Way
37. Louis Jordan Louis Jordan Soundtrack, Raging Bull
38. Rod Colbin Rod Colbin Actor, Frances
39. Dragan Maksimovic Dragan Maksimovic Actor, Pretty Village, Pretty Flame
40. Andrew Wight Andrew Wight Producer, Sanctum Andrew Wight was an Australian underwater explorer and film maker. Andrew began his career in agricultural science and worked in scientific research. He was a respected scuba and cave diving instructor, commercial helicopter pilot and farmer. Australian Adventurer of the Year medal winner (Australian Geographic)...
41. Lux Interior Lux Interior Soundtrack, The Social Network Erick Lee Purkhiser, better known as his stage name Lux Interior was born on October 21st, 1948 in Stow, Ohio. He grew up enamored with the culture of the 1950s. In particular he loved Rockabilly music, EC Horror comic books and B-movies. As a child he was drawn to the antics of the early 60s Cleveland horror host Goulardi...
42. Eddie Baker Eddie Baker Actor, Oranges and Lemons
43. Michael deGruy Michael deGruy Cinematographer, The Life of Mammals
44. Patrick Waddington Patrick Waddington Actor, A Night to Remember
45. Monica Rose Monica Rose Self, The Sky's the Limit
46. Robi Ghosh Robi Ghosh Actor, The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha
47. Reg Presley Reg Presley Soundtrack, Love Actually
48. Ferris Webster Ferris Webster Editor, The Great Escape
49. Margie Hines Margie Hines Actress, Piano Tooners
50. Colin Romoff Colin Romoff Music Department, The Little Drummer Boy
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