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1. Kathleen Dolan Kathleen Dolan Set Decorator, Jacob's Ladder
2. David Wayne David Wayne Actor, The Andromeda Strain His father was an insurance executive; his mother died when he was four. He attended Western Michigan University then worked as a statistician in Cleveland where he joined a Shakespeare repertory company. Two years later he had a minor role in "The American Way" in New York. He was rejected by the army in World War II but volunteered as an ambulance driver in North Africa...
3. Ian Richardson Ian Richardson Actor, Dark City A classical actor (and founding member in 1960 of the Royal Shakespeare Company), Richardson earned international fame as the villainous Francis Urquart in the BBC television trilogy, "House of Cards." Uttered in a cut-glass accent, the Machiavellian Prime Minister's sly "You might well think that ...
4. George 'Gabby' Hayes George 'Gabby' Hayes Actor, Blue Steel American character actor, the most famous of Western-movie sidekicks of the 1930s and 1940s. He was born May 7, 1885, the third of seven children, in the Hayes Hotel (owned by his father) in the tiny hamlet of Stannards, New York, on the outskirts of Wellsville, New York. Hayes was the son of hotelier and oil-production manager Clark Hayes...
5. Princess Margaret Princess Margaret Self, I Say I Say I Say
6. Robert DoQui Robert DoQui Actor, RoboCop Excellent, prolific and versatile character actor Robert DoQui was born in 1934 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He attended Langston University on a music scholarship and was a member of the popular singing group, "The Langstonaires". Following a four-year stint in the U.S. Air Force, DoQui went to New York to pursue a career in show business...
7. Vera Ralston Vera Ralston Actress, The Fighting Kentuckian After achieving modest fame as an ice skater in her native Czechoslovakia, Vera Hruba was brought to America by Republic Pictures head Herbert J. Yates, who hoped to turn her into the next Sonja Henie. After featuring her in several Ice Capades movies, he added "Ralston" to her name and tried to pass her off as a leading lady...
8. Phil Brown Phil Brown Actor, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Phil Brown was the son of a doctor whose work took the family all around the country. After majoring in dramatics at Stanford University, Brown played some of his earliest stage roles as part of New York's Group Theatre. When it folded, he and other Group Theatre vets headed to Hollywood...
9. Mary LaRoche Mary LaRoche Actress, Run Silent Run Deep
10. Renee Houston Renee Houston Actress, Repulsion
11. Fyodor Dostoevsky Fyodor Dostoevsky Writer, The Double Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky was born on November 11, 1821, in Moscow, Russia. He was the second of seven children of Mikhail Andreevich and Maria Dostoevsky. His father, a doctor, was a member of the Russian nobility, owned serfs and had a considerable estate near Moscow where he lived with his family...
12. Robert F. Colesberry Robert F. Colesberry Producer, K-PAX
13. Sophie Tucker Sophie Tucker Actress, The Great Gatsby What becomes a legend most? For the beloved Russian-born entertainer Sophie Tucker, it was most definitely the live stage. The stage was her home. She fed off a live audience and it's what made her the sensation she was. Seeing her up close and personal was to get the very best of her. Movies and TV were too restrictive to capture the true essence of Sophie Tucker...
14. Judson Pratt Judson Pratt Actor, Union Pacific
15. Reginald Marsh Reginald Marsh Actor, Terry and June Reginald died at his home in Ryde, Isle of Wight aged 74, where he had lived since the late eighties. While there he did a great deal of work for local charities, especially Haylands Farm, a project for young people with learning difficulties, and the local branch of MENCAP. He is survived by his wife...
16. Osamu Tezuka Osamu Tezuka Writer, Astro Boy Remembered by many in Japan as the "god" of manga, no one has ever influenced the realm of anime and manga as has Osamu Tezuka, the man who pioneered the famous anime "puppy dog eyes". Born on November 3, 1928, in Toyonaka, Osaka, he initially set out to become a medical doctor. He received his M.D...
17. Angela Greene Angela Greene Actress, Futureworld
18. Gabriel Axel Gabriel Axel Director, Babette's Feast
19. Robin Stille Robin Stille Actress, The Slumber Party Massacre Tall, lovely and spirited actress Robin Rochelle Stille was born on November 24, 1961 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her parents were Jere Stille and Sarah Bridge. Stille had two sisters and one brother. She moved with her family to Los Angeles, California. Robin graduated from Garden Grove High School in Garden Grove...
20. Natalie Masters Natalie Masters Actress, The Hugga Bunch
21. Vasiliki Maliaros Vasiliki Maliaros Actress, The Exorcist
22. Nancy Motes Nancy Motes
23. Roger Dann Roger Dann Actor, I Confess
24. Carmen D'Antonio Carmen D'Antonio Actress, Cheyenne Autumn
25. Phil Harris Phil Harris Thanks, Deadliest Catch
26. Alethea McGrath Alethea McGrath Actress, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
27. Buck Young Buck Young Actor, Mitchell
28. Barbara Everest Barbara Everest Actress, Gaslight
29. Katharine Alexander Katharine Alexander Actress, Now, Voyager Katherine (also called Katharine) Alexander, an excellent character actress, had been born in 1897 to a mother who was part Cherokee and to a father who farmed land on Indian territory. And yet she was never given the part of a native American in the course of her thirty-five-year acting career. Often a society lady...
30. Bryan Mosley Bryan Mosley Actor, Coronation Street
31. Bill Haley Bill Haley Self, Blue Suede Shoes William John Clifton Haley - better known as Bill Haley, leader of the first-ever rock & roll band The Comets - is probably the greatest musical pioneer of the 20th century. He was the first white artist to record a rhythm & blues hit - the 1951 "Rocket 88" for Dave Miller's subsidiary label Holiday...
32. Ben Nye Ben Nye Makeup Department, Peyton Place
33. Nadira Nadira Actress, Shree 420 Farhat (also sometimes known as Florence) Ezekiel Nadira, born on December 5, 1932, was a Baghdadi Jew, hailing from Nagpada, South Mumbai, a predominantly Muslim and Jewish locality. At the tender age of 19, she literally stormed her way into Bollywood with the movie Aan opposite Dilip Kumar, the reigning heart-throb of the times...
34. Donald E. Thorin Donald E. Thorin Cinematographer, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
35. Glen Cavender Glen Cavender Actor, The General
36. Eric Mayne Eric Mayne Actor, Dr. Jack Dublin-born Eric Mayne was educated at Westminster and Durham in England and spent almost thirty years on the stage in both London and his native Ireland. He had a penchant for Shakespearean roles and in later years lectured in Shakespeare at the Los Angeles University College. Mayne, with his imposing six-foot frame and beard...
37. Eddy Duchin Eddy Duchin Soundtrack, Grey Gardens
38. Robert Anderson Robert Anderson Writer, I Never Sang for My Father
39. Rodney Winfield Rodney Winfield Actor, Dead Presidents
40. Mabel Paige Mabel Paige Actress, Johnny Belinda
41. Jack Kinney Jack Kinney Director, Popeye the Sailor
42. Eric Bercovici Eric Bercovici Writer, Shogun
43. Valeria De Franciscis Valeria De Franciscis Actress, Mid-August Lunch
44. Tyrone Davis Tyrone Davis Actor, Barbershop
45. Jennie Joyce Jennie Joyce Actress, Depraved Fantasies 3
46. Richard Lupino Richard Lupino Actor, Midnight Lace
47. Mary Emery Mary Emery Actress, Craig's Wife
48. Cecil M. Hepworth Cecil M. Hepworth Cinematographer, Alice in Wonderland Born in London, England, in 1874, Cecil Hepworth was one of the founders of the British film industry, directing and producing many films from 1898 into the late 1920s. Developing an early interest in films from following his father on lecture tours about the magic-lantern, he patented several photographic inventions and wrote possibly the earliest handbook on the film medium...
49. Jarmila Novotna Jarmila Novotna Actress, The Search
50. Don Griffith Don Griffith Animation Department, Mary Poppins Don was born on February 3, 1918 in Butte, Montana and moved with his mother and brother and sisters to Hollywood when he was a young boy after his father died. His mother ran a boarding house in Hollywood. When he was 19 he got a job at Disney Studios on Hyperion Street in Los Angeles as an inker. He worked his way up to layout...
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