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1. Stefan Zweig Stefan Zweig Writer, The Grand Budapest Hotel
2. Andy Warhol Andy Warhol Director, Chelsea Girls The son of Ruthenian immigrants, Andy Warhol studied art at the Carnegie Institute of Technology. He worked as an advertising designer before becoming, in effect, the Father of Pop Art with his silk-screened pictures of Campbell's Soup cans and distorted images of Marilyn Monroe. He started directing films in 1963...
3. Joan Woodbury Joan Woodbury Actress, King of the Zombies Tall, provocative actress Joan Woodbury was born Joanne Woodbury in Los Angeles on December 17, 1915. Of Danish, English and Indian heritage, she was educated for seven years in a convent. Trained in dance, she was already performing in her mid-teens by the time she graduated from Hollywood High School...
4. Mabel Normand Mabel Normand Actress, Tillie's Punctured Romance Mabel Normand was barely in her teens when her family moved to New York. The daughter of a vaudeville musician, she began modeling for artists and photographers including James Montgomery Flagg and Charles Dana Gibson. From modeling, she went into films where her first picture was Over the Garden Wall. After she left Vitagraph...
5. Nicholas Courtney Nicholas Courtney Actor, Lust in Space Nicholas Courtney was born in Egypt, the son of a British diplomat. His early years were spent in Kenya and France and he was called up for National Service at the age of 18. After 18 months of duty in the British forces, Courtney joined the Webber Douglas drama school. He spent two years there and then did repertory theatre in Northampton. His next move was to London...
6. Chuck Jones Chuck Jones Director, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Starting as a cel washer, Chuck Jones worked his way up to animator and then director at the animation division of Warner Bros. He is famous for creating such beloved cartoon characters as Wile E. Coyote, Henery Hawk, Pepé Le Pew, Marvin the Martian, Ralph Wolf, Road Runner, Sam Sheepdog, Sniffles, and many others...
7. Angela Baddeley Angela Baddeley Actress, Tom Jones
8. Ed Flanders Ed Flanders Actor, The Exorcist III
9. Simone Simon Simone Simon Actress, Cat People Diminutive, fiery-tempered Simone Simon was born in France, but spent much of her early childhood in Madagascar, where her father managed a graphite mine. Her schooling was somewhat unsettled, her family moving from city to city (Berlin, Budapest, Turin) before finally establishing themselves in Paris in 1930...
10. Alexander Scourby Alexander Scourby Actor, All My Children The possessor of one of stage, screen, radio and audiocassette's most distinguished vocal instruments, actor Alexander Scourby received his training via Shakespearean roles in the 1930s and perfected his trade on dramatic radio serials in the 1940's. The noted actor/narrator was born in Brooklyn, New York on November 13...
11. Anthony Nicholls Anthony Nicholls Actor, The Omen
12. John Santucci John Santucci Actor, Thief
13. Helen Parrish Helen Parrish Actress, In Old California The daughter of stage and bit film actress Laura Parrish, she started in movies at the ripe old age of five, playing Babe Ruth's daughter in the silent Babe Comes Home. She also was featured in "Our Gang" comedy shorts and sometimes played the lead character as a child opposite some of the great femme stars of the day...
14. Bob Morgan Bob Morgan Stunts, The Big Country
15. David Susskind David Susskind Producer, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
16. Charlotte Dawson Charlotte Dawson Self, E! News Charlotte Dawson was born in New Zealand. She left New Zealand at age 16 to model in Europe and New York. After about ten years of modeling she moved to Australia, where she worked in television and in the fashion industry. In 2002 she returned to Auckland, where she worked on shows How's Life, Getaway and Charlotte's Lists. Since 2007 she has been a judge on Australia's Next Top Model.
17. Katina Paxinou Katina Paxinou Actress, Rocco and His Brothers Katina Paxinou was born in 1900, in Piraeus, Greece. She first appeared on stage in 1928, in an Athens production of Henry Bataille's "La femme nue". In the early 1930's she was one of the founding members of the National Theatre of Greece (previously named Royal Theatre) and performed several major roles in Sophocles' "Electra"...
18. George Ives George Ives Actor, Intolerable Cruelty
19. Robin Davies Robin Davies Actor, Shakespeare in Love
20. Bill Tung Bill Tung Actor, Rumble in the Bronx Originally Hong Kong's best known horseracing commentator. Two roles in mid-80s Hong Kong movies landed him many subsequent opportunities playing essentially the same two characters in many other films. #1 Uncle Bill (as in Jackie Chan's bumbling yet wisecracking police chief from Police Story) - as he showed up in all the sequels and many imitation action films...
21. Curtis Bernhardt Curtis Bernhardt Director, Possessed If Curtis Bernhardt is a relative unknown, it's because he didn't direct his first Hollywood feature until 1940 at the age of 41. Bernhardt worked for years in Germany until his Jewish heritage made living there impossible by 1933-- he was arrested by the Gestapo and made a harrowing underground escape to France...
22. Roxanne Arlen Roxanne Arlen Actress, Gypsy A former "Miss Detroit" and WAMPAS Baby Star of 1956, pouty Roxanne Arlen popped up on 1950's and 60's screens as sexy second leads in B-movies and TV episodes. She was tagged "The Wiggle" for a trademark walk she claimed to have developed at grade school, and, curiously, found herself unable to 'get rid of' (!)...
23. Dennis Letts Dennis Letts Actor, Cast Away
24. Barbara Valentin Barbara Valentin Actress, World on a Wire
25. John Kellogg John Kellogg Actor, Twelve O'Clock High
26. Christopher Mitchell Christopher Mitchell Actor, What's Up Superdoc!
27. Stephen W. Burns Stephen W. Burns Actor, Herbie Goes Bananas
28. Chuck Adamson Chuck Adamson Writer, Pilot
29. Edith Barrett Edith Barrett Actress, I Walked with a Zombie
30. Edie Martin Edie Martin Actress, The Lavender Hill Mob
31. Florence Ballard Florence Ballard Self, The T.A.M.I. Show Florence "Flo" Ballard was born and grew up in Detroit in the Brewster-Douglas public housing project for minories, where Diana Ross and Mary Wilson also grew up. The three childhood friends began singing together as the group The Primettes in 1959. The group became known as The Supremes in 1964 when Motown Record president Berry Gordy signed them up...
32. Billy Strange Billy Strange Soundtrack, Ocean's Eleven
33. Eun-ju Lee Eun-ju Lee Actress, Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War Born in Gunsan, North Jeolla, Lee made her debut in 1997. She was a popular actress, starring in the hit movie Taegukgi hwinalrimyeo in 2004. On the night of February 22, 2005, only a few days after her graduation from Dankook University, Lee suddenly committed suicide at her apartment room in Seongnam City...
34. Efrem Zimbalist Sr. Efrem Zimbalist Sr. Soundtrack, Efrem Zimbalist & Harold Bauer Playing Theme and Variations from 'The Kreutzer Sonata' by Beethoven Composer, violinist and educator, educated at first by his father and then the Imperial School at St. Petersburg with Auer. He made his violin debut at Berlin in 1907, followed by a tour of Europe. His American debut was with the Boston Symphony in 1911. Thereafter, he joined the faculty at the Curtis Institute in 1929 and became a director there in 1941...
35. Donald Eccles Donald Eccles Actor, The Wicker Man
36. Fons Rademakers Fons Rademakers Director, The Assault Fons Rademakers was born on 5 September 1920 in Roosendaal, Netherlands. he began his career as an actor and theater director. His film directorial debut, Village by the River, was also the first Dutch movie ever nominated for an Academy award (Oscar). In 1986 Rademakers won the Foreign Language Oscar for The Assault...
37. Dennie Moore Dennie Moore Actress, The Women
38. Steffi Sidney Steffi Sidney Actress, Rebel Without a Cause
39. Dick Kallman Dick Kallman Actor, Verboten! Dick Kallman, an actor in movies and television in the late 50s and 60s, left Hollywood and began doing stage work. He toured in companies of "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" and "Half a Sixpence". He was also an accomplished singer who in 1963 recorded an album of standards for EMI in London...
40. Matt McHugh Matt McHugh Actor, Freaks Matt McHugh was born Mathew O. McHugh on January 22, 1894 in Connellsville, PA. He was born into a show business family, joining his parents, brother Frank and sister Kitty on the stage as soon as he learned to talk. When Matt was fourteen, he performed an act with Kitty, but by 1930, the family had abandoned show business altogether...
41. Urmila Bhatt Urmila Bhatt Actress, Ram Teri Ganga Maili
42. Nicholas Pennell Nicholas Pennell Actor, Satie and Suzanne
43. Michael Maltese Michael Maltese Writer, What's Opera, Doc?
44. Deborah Weems Deborah Weems Actress, Episode dated 1 September 1981
45. Roger Milner Roger Milner Actor, A Handful of Dust
46. Anna Alexandre Anna Alexandre Actress, She-Male Strokers 19
47. Edward Selzer Edward Selzer Producer, What's Opera, Doc? There's some cosmic irony that a man like Edward Selzer would reign over Warner Brothers animation division during it's heyday. When Warner Brothers bought the studio in 1944, Selzer was assigned as studio head, essentially replacing former owner Leon Schlesinger. Whereas Schlesinger was undeniably cheap and disdainful of animation as art...
48. Barry Warren Barry Warren Actor, The Kiss of the Vampire Barry Warren was born in London on July 12, 1933. On leaving RADA, he appeared in Shakespearean seasons at Stratford-on-Avon for two years. During the first in 1956, he merely 'carried a spear.' But during the second, he played the Dauphine in KING JOHN and Lucius in JULIUS CAESAR. He made his film debut as Donaldblain in Maurice Evans' screen version of MacBETH...
49. Frank Carson Frank Carson Self, Frank Carson Live!
50. Donald Stuart Donald Stuart Actor, The Invisible Man
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