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1. Louis Jourdan Louis Jourdan Actor, Octopussy Louis Jourdan was born Louis Robert Gendre in Marseille, France, to Yvonne (née Jourdan) and Henry Gendre, a hotel owner. He was educated in France, Britain, and Turkey. He trained as an actor with René Simon at the École Dramatique. He debuted on screen in 1939, going on to play cultivated, polished...
2. James Bond James Bond
3. Angelique Pettyjohn Angelique Pettyjohn Actress, Repo Man Born Dorothy Lee Perrins in Los Angeles, California on March 11, 1943, Angelique Pettyjohn began modeling at a very young age. She also took advantage of her living in the locus of "American Dreams" by studying acting. Pettyjohn made her movie debut at age 21, under the name "Angelique", in the low-budget The Love Rebellion...
4. Perry Lopez Perry Lopez Actor, Chinatown
5. Michael V. Gazzo Michael V. Gazzo Actor, The Godfather: Part II Michael Vincente Gazzo was born in Hillside, New Jersey, on April 5, 1923. He attended Erwin Piscator's Dramatic Workshop at the New School on the GI Bill after being demobilized from the US Army Air Force after World War II. Gazzo's first major success was as a playwright. His play about drug addiction...
6. Andrew Koenig Andrew Koenig Actor, Batman: Dead End
7. Alan Howard Alan Howard Actor, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
8. Drewe Henley Drewe Henley Actor, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope Henley appeared in supporting roles in 1960's British films and television. He has also appeared on the stage in both London and on Broadway.
9. Sig Ruman Sig Ruman Actor, Stalag 17 Wonderfully talented German-born actor, capable of tremendous comedic and dramatic performances, usually as some type of pompous bureaucrat or similarly arrogant individual. Ruman was born on October 11, 1884, in Hamburg, Germany, and actually studied electrotechnology in college before making the switch to acting...
10. Jean Wallace Jean Wallace Actress, The Big Combo Teenage fashion model and Earl Carroll showgirl Jean Wallace failed in her first bid to break into movies, after MGM discovered that she was only 17, not 19 years old - as she had claimed. Being underage meant that she could only work four hours a day (and with an official tutor) and so her bit in Ziegfeld Girl was all there was...
11. Eva Mottley Eva Mottley Actress, Scrubbers Eva was born in England in 1953. Few details are known of her early life or of her break into acting. Her biggest success on television was her role in Widows as Bella O'Reilly. After the show's successful first series a second was commissioned, but Eva left the show after rowing with the producers...
12. Mark Venturini Mark Venturini Actor, The Return of the Living Dead
13. Lee Patterson Lee Patterson Actor, One Life to Live Manly actor Lee Patterson will always be remembered by American audiences as the hunky detective alongside equally hunky detectives Van Williams and Troy Donahue on Surfside 6 from the early 1960s. But, prior to that, he had a solid second-string career in British films playing Americanized parts...
14. Charles Judels Charles Judels Actor, The Great Ziegfeld Charles Judels or Charles Judel was born in Amsterdam in 1882. starred on vaudeville in the early 1900s, made his Broadway stage debut in 'The Ziegfeld Follies of 1912'. highly talented chubby man who appeared in more than 130 American comedy and drama movies, an expert with dialects served him well throughout his career...
15. Harry Stradling Sr. Harry Stradling Sr. Cinematographer, My Fair Lady Multi-Academy Award-nominated cinematographer (13 in all), Harry Stradling was unique in that he established his reputation both in America and in Europe. He was the nephew of Mary Pickford's cameraman Walter Stradling, who provided the connections for his first job in Hollywood. Walter died in 1918 and Harry went on to serve his apprenticeship...
16. Donald E. Wahlberg Sr. Donald E. Wahlberg Sr. Actor, Southie
17. Dory Previn Dory Previn Soundtrack, Fight Club
18. Billy Worth Billy Worth Stunts, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Billy Worth is known for two very similar roles - playing 'Billy Jordan' in 'The One' and 'Nicky Vickery' in 'Boyz Unlimited'. Both of these programmes were about boybands. Billy was probably given these roles due to his ability to sing and dance as well as act. After leaving Arts Educational drama...
19. Lynden David Hall Lynden David Hall Actor, Love Actually
20. Antonio Casas Antonio Casas Actor, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Casas was originally a soccer player and stayed for three years with the Spanish "Atlético Madrid" team. Due to injuries suffered he quit playing soccer and entered the acting profession in 1943, though by the time he retired from soccer he already had three acting credits, ranging from 1941 to 1943...
21. Pamela Cundell Pamela Cundell Actress, A Fantastic Fear of Everything
22. David F. Friedman David F. Friedman Producer, Trader Hornee David F. Friedman was born in Birmingham, Alabama. His father was a local newspaperman and his mother was a professional musician who played the piano and organ in silent-movie theaters and in churches. Friedman was exposed to the adult world at the age of four or five when his parents took him out "on the town" to restaurants...
23. Wallis Clark Wallis Clark Actor, Penny Serenade
24. Buster Keaton Jr. Buster Keaton Jr. Actor, Our Hospitality
25. E. Lamont Johnson E. Lamont Johnson Actor, Death Wish II
26. P.G. Wodehouse P.G. Wodehouse Writer, A Damsel in Distress Master of comedy novelist Pelham (Plum) Grenville Wodehouse was born on October 15, 1881, in Guilford, Surrey, England. He died in hospital in Southampton, New York, on Valentine's day (February 14) 1975, from a heart attack after a long illness at age 93. In that time he managed to write close to 200 novels, short stories, plays, song lyrics and so on...
27. Joey Floyd Joey Floyd Actor, Honeysuckle Rose
28. Michael Anthony Michael Anthony Actor, The Romantic Young Lady
29. George Cooper George Cooper Actor, Crossfire
30. John Strauss John Strauss Music Department, Amadeus
31. W. Lee Wilder W. Lee Wilder Director, Killers from Space
32. Louie Bellson Louie Bellson Music Department, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Drummer, composer, author and conductor. He performed with the orchestras of Ted Fiorito, Benny Goodman, the Dorsey brothers, Harry James, Duke Ellington, and Count Basie. He toured with Jazz At the Philharmonic, and later organized his own band and did a concert tour with his wife Pearl Bailey. In 1965 he rejoined the Ellington orchestra...
33. John Henson John Henson Actor, Muppet Treasure Island
34. Charles B. Fitzsimons Charles B. Fitzsimons Producer, Wonder Woman Charles Fitzsimmons, in addition to being a producer and actor, was a longtime officer and Secretary of the Producers Guild of America. He was also the brother of actress Maureen O'Hara, as well as her manager. In addition to appearing in classic John Ford films such as The Quiet Man and The Last Hurrah...
35. Seth Holt Seth Holt Director, The Nanny Seth Holt began as an assistant editor at Ealing in 1944, graduating to editor (1949), producer (1955) and director (1958).He returned to editing for Charles Crichton's The Battle of the Sexes and for Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. Probably his best known film is The Nanny, with Bette Davis. He was working on Blood from the Mummy's Tomb when he died.
36. Richard Laymon Richard Laymon Writer, The Tub Richard Laymon was a prolific horror writer, whose work spanned over 60 short stories and more than 30 novels. Born in Chicago, Illinois, he went on to spend his childhood in California. He received a BA in English Literature from Willamette University in Oregon and an MA in English Literature from Loyola University in Los Angeles. In 2001, he passed away after suffering a massive heart attack...
37. Wolfe Barzell Wolfe Barzell Actor, Love with the Proper Stranger
38. Marla Shelton Marla Shelton Actress, Stand-In Passed the Federal examination for professional radio operator at the age of 12, at the time the youngest ever to receive the license. She and her father received praise from the government for sending wireless distress signals during the 1926 Great Miami Hurricane, from Houston, Texas. She competed the next year...
39. Jeanne Olsen Jeanne Olsen Actress, Hollywood on Parade No. B-9
40. Clare Greet Clare Greet Actress, Jamaica Inn
41. Rodolfo Landa Rodolfo Landa Actor, The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz
42. George Shearing George Shearing Soundtrack, Bedtime Stories
43. Arthur Edeson Arthur Edeson Cinematographer, Casablanca Arthur Edeson is an American cinematographer who was a pioneer of his craft. His career spanned four decades and encompassed many films now regarded as classics. Born in New York in 1891, Edeson first worked as a still photographer. In 1911 he entered the movie business at Eclair Studios, a production unit based in Fort Lee...
44. John Sheehan John Sheehan Actor, Little Miss Marker
45. Wally Veevers Wally Veevers Special Effects, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
46. Doug Fieger Doug Fieger Soundtrack, Super 8
47. Alex Lovy Alex Lovy Producer, The Flintstones
48. Frederick Loewe Frederick Loewe Soundtrack, Forrest Gump
49. Frank Birch Frank Birch Actor, The Challenge
50. Bonnie Bannon Bonnie Bannon Actress, One in a Million Bonnie Bannon was the daughter of Walter A. and Juanita (Strong) Bannon and was born in Tulare County, California. After graduating from Fresno High School, she went to work for a local Warner Bros. theater and soon entered a Warner Bros. beauty contest, where she won a contract with the studio. She went on to work for other studios and in many of Busby Berkeley's films...
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