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1. Anna Nicole Smith Anna Nicole Smith Self, Anna Nicole Smith: Exposed
2. Philip Bruns Philip Bruns Actor, General Hospital
3. Robert Ridgely Robert Ridgely Actor, Boogie Nights Superbly talented vocal artist and character actor supreme Robert Ridgely was born on December 24, 1931 in New Jersey. Ridgely started out as a cabaret entertainer. He began his television acting career in the early 60s with guest appearances on such TV shows as Surfside 6, Sea Hunt, and Maverick...
4. Miles Mander Miles Mander Actor, Wuthering Heights This versatile artist, who had spent his 20's in New Zealand farming sheep, became novelist, playwright and film exhibitor on his return to Britain in 1918. Eventually he would observe success with The First Born, which he directed and acted in and which was based on his own novel and play. He is better remembered...
5. Harriet E. MacGibbon Harriet E. MacGibbon Actress, A Majority of One Harriet MacGibbon had a long and distinguished stage career in New York before entering the movies and television. She studied a variety of crafts including voice, piano and harp. Unlike her stage roles, her roles on the big and little screens were usually that of of snooty society ladies, her best-known role probably being Mrs...
6. Robert F. Hoy Robert F. Hoy Actor, The Enforcer Robert F. Hoy was equally at home as a stuntman and as an actor. He appeared as Joe Butler on the acclaimed TV Western, The High Chaparral. He stunt-doubled for Charles Bronson, Tony Curtis, Robert Forrester, Ross Martin, Tyrone Power, David Jansen, Telly Savalas, Charles McGraw, Jay Silverheels and Abby Lane...
7. Marvin Miller Marvin Miller Actor, Gerald McBoing-Boing After graduating from high school in St. Louis, Marvin attended St. Louis' Washington U. where he was a member of the dramatic and and musical comedy groups. He played in the band, edited the school newspaper, and started his professional career in radio, making his debut in his freshman year. Without previous training...
8. Allan Cuthbertson Allan Cuthbertson Actor, The Guns of Navarone Cuthbertson arrived in Britain in 1947, and appeared shortly thereafter as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet at the Boltons. In London's West End, he appeared as Laertes in Hamlet, Aimwell in The Beaux Stratagem, and Octavius Robinson in Man & Superman, among many other roles.
9. David Froman David Froman Actor, The Edge of Night
10. Sidney Hayers Sidney Hayers Director, Burn, Witch, Burn Sidney Hayers entered films in the early 1940s, working in the sound department, as a focus puller and in the cutting room before he began his directing career with Rebound in 1958. The journeyman director's roster of credits also includes episodic TV on both sides of the Atlantic, a multitude...
11. Martyn Green Martyn Green Actor, The Mikado
12. Vera Lewis Vera Lewis Actress, The Roaring Twenties Born NY city. Stage actress. Entered films 1914. Appeared in 25+ silents, 60+ talkies. Appears in Birth of a Nation and Intolerance multi-line-biography
13. Laurie Main Laurie Main Actor, Time After Time
14. Alan Sharp Alan Sharp Writer, Rob Roy
15. Chris Brinker Chris Brinker Producer, The Boondock Saints
16. George Dolenz George Dolenz Actor, The Last Time I Saw Paris George Dolenz was born in Italy in 1908 to a large family. He left Italy in the 1920s to start a new life and it seemed that he didn't want to look back on his old one. He arrived in Los Angeles in the 1940s and it was there that he somehow met up with Howard Hughes. Hughes signed him up as a leading man at RKO Pictures--which he owned--but...
17. Del Shannon Del Shannon Soundtrack, Good Will Hunting Born Charles Westover in Coopersville, Michigan, on December 30, 1934, rocker Del Shannon claimed legendary country-western singer Hank Williams as an early influence, but his first record was unadulterated rock: the classic "Runaway" in 1961, highlighted by Shannon's falsetto and keyboardist Max Crook's wailing Musitron (an invention of his)...
18. Cliff Clark Cliff Clark Actor, The Grapes of Wrath
19. Ben Hopkins Ben Hopkins Actor, Soldiers' Sons
20. Eva Dahlbeck Eva Dahlbeck Actress, Smiles of a Summer Night
21. Rachel Thomas Rachel Thomas Actress, The Captive Heart
22. Kuljeet Randhawa Kuljeet Randhawa Actress, Hip Hip Hurray Kuljeet Randhawa was born on January 1, 1976 in Ranigangh in West Bengal. Her father served for the Indian police and this gave Kuljeet opportunities to travel across India including Patiala, Punjab where her father was serving at the time of her suicide. She began modeling as a student, and her work included several ads and runway shoes for major designers...
23. Buddy Quaid Buddy Quaid Actor, Local Hero The late William R. (Buddy) Quaid," Buddy", was an actor and an electrician. He is remembered as a voluble and gregarious man who loved to sing and perform for his family. He was a Merchant Marine during World War II. He happened to bear an uncanny resemblance to the 1940's actor Dana Andrews.
24. Douglas Heyes Douglas Heyes Writer, North and South
25. Meredith Edwards Meredith Edwards Actor, A Run for Your Money
26. Tracey Roberts Tracey Roberts Actress, Sideshow Beautiful, red headed, intelligent and witty, Tracy Roberts (Born Blanche Elanore Goldstone in Little Falls, New York), studied at the University of Michigan and Cornell University, then moved to New York. Immediately, Tracy landed a highly sought after role on Broadway in Clifford Odets' "Paradise Lost" (with Stella Adler playing her mother)...
27. Jesse Farrelly Jesse Farrelly Actor, There's Something About Mary
28. Ivo Caprino Ivo Caprino Director, The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix
29. Cyril Luckham Cyril Luckham Actor, A Man for All Seasons
30. Helen Wood Helen Wood Actress, Charlie Chan at the Race Track
31. Baruch Lumet Baruch Lumet Actor, The Pawnbroker Leading actor of the Yiddish theatre.
32. Tom Greenway Tom Greenway Actor, Death of a Gunfighter
33. Eliot Makeham Eliot Makeham Actor, A Christmas Carol
34. Derrick Thomas Derrick Thomas Self, Kansas City Chiefs: The Complete History Derrick Vincent Thomas was born January 1, 1967. The son of Robert Thomas (US Air Force Captain) and Edith Morgan. His father was a veteran of the Vietnam war. He began playing football at the age of 3. He went on to play for South Miami High School in Miami, Florida. He graduated in 1985. He was offered a scholarship to play linebacker for the University of Alabama...
35. Alice Treff Alice Treff Actress, Rhinegold
36. Josif Tatic Josif Tatic Actor, Underground
37. Akira Ifukube Akira Ifukube Composer, Godzilla Akira Ifukube was born on May 31, 1914 in Hokkaido, Japan. He was the third son of a chief constable (his grandfather was a priest of Shin-to) and spent a majority of his childhood in areas with a mixed Japanese and Ainu population. Therefore, Ifukube was strongly influenced by their musical traditions and styles...
38. René Navarre René Navarre Actor, Fantomas
39. Iris Murdoch Iris Murdoch Writer, A Severed Head
40. Ernest Jay Ernest Jay Actor, Neighbours
41. Drue Leyton Drue Leyton Actress, Charlie Chan in London
42. Fern Andra Fern Andra Actress, Die Rache des Titanen Fern Andre's show-business career started as an aerialist with a troupe that toured the U.S. and Europe. In Vienna she became a student of famed director/teacher Max Reinhardt and appeared in several of his plays and films. She soon settled in Berlin, where she starred in several productions for UFA Studios...
43. Vincent Graeff Vincent Graeff Actor, The Pigskin Palooka
44. Andy Swan Andy Swan Writer, Matthew Gray Gubler: The Unauthorized Documentary Andy Swan had a courageous battle with cancer. He was loved much by family, friends, and co-workers. Little is published about Andy Swans life, but on co-worker's twitter pages they sent their condolences. He was loved much by his family, and friends. Actor Joe Mantegna worked with him, as did actor Matthew Gray Gubler. Andy Swan directed Matthew Gray Gubler's unauthorized documentary.
45. Mohsen Sarhan Mohsen Sarhan Actor, The Ghost of Samara
46. Raymond Scott Raymond Scott Soundtrack, RocknRolla Scott, prolific composer, inventor, and performer, is most famous for something he didn't do - his songs were used by Carl W. Stalling as the basis for many of his soundtracks for classic Warner Brother cartoons. Scott's "Powerhouse" can be heard during shots of conveyor belts, machines, and other moving parts in dozens of these classic cartoons...
47. William Law William Law Actor, After the Thin Man
48. James Todd James Todd Actor, Titanic
49. Anthony Kramreither Anthony Kramreither Producer, All in Good Taste
50. Dolores Camarillo Dolores Camarillo Actress, Tlayucan
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