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1. Randolph Scott Randolph Scott Actor, Ride the High Country Handsome leading man who developed into one of Hollywood's greatest and most popular western stars. Born to George and Lucy Crane Scott during a visit to Virginia, Scott was raised in Charlotte, North Carolina in a wealthy family. He attended Georgia Institute of Technology but, after being injured playing football...
2. Sandy Dennis Sandy Dennis Actress, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? It would not be easy for anyone to out-do one of American theater's finest thespians, but somehow actress Sandy Dennis managed to even out-quirk the legendary Geraldine Page when it came to affecting nervous ticks and offbeat mannerisms on stage and in film. She and Page had few peers when it came to the neurotic-dispensing department...
3. Philip K. Dick Philip K. Dick Writer, Blade Runner Philip Kindred Dick was born in Chicago in December 1928, along with a twin sister, Jane. Jane died less than eight weeks later, allegedly from an allergy to mother's milk. Dick's parents split up during his childhood, and he moved with his mother to Berkeley, California, where he lived for most of the rest of his life...
4. Jeff Healey Jeff Healey Soundtrack, Road House
5. Mercedes McCambridge Mercedes McCambridge Actress, The Exorcist Mercedes McCambridge is a highly-talented radio performer who won a best supporting Actress Oscar for her film debut. Mercedes McCambridge was born in Joliet, Illinois, to Marie (Mahaffry) and John Patrick McCambridge, a farmer. She was of mostly Irish (with a small amount of English and German) ancestry...
6. Lyle Talbot Lyle Talbot Actor, Glen or Glenda Lyle Talbot, who appeared in scores of movies from leads in Warner Bros.' "B" pictures to supporting roles in Edward D. Wood Jr.'s legendary kitsch, was born Lysle Henderson on February 8, 1902, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He grew up in a small town in Nebraska, where after the early death of his mother, he was raised by her mother, Mary Hollywood Talbot, whose name he later bore professionally...
7. Anita Morris Anita Morris Actress, Ruthless People Anita Rose Morris was born on March 14, 1943 in Durham, North Carolina. Among many roles, her most prominent film role was as Carol Dodsworth in Ruthless People, and for her sensual performance as Carla in the musical "Nine" opposite Raul Julia. While nominated for a Best Featuted Actress Tony Award as Carla...
8. Serge Gainsbourg Serge Gainsbourg Soundtrack, The Da Vinci Code
9. Dusty Springfield Dusty Springfield Soundtrack, Pulp Fiction Dusty Springfield has been acknowledged around the world as the best female soul singer that Britain ever produced. With her oddly erotic, throaty voice, she racked up a string of hits from the 1960s onwards. Born in London to Irish parents, Dusty grew up in and around London. Her early work included an all-girl trio...
10. Stanley Rubin Stanley Rubin Producer, White Hunter Black Heart
11. Eric Blore Eric Blore Actor, Top Hat Born in London, Eric Blore came out of college and started his working life as an insurance agent. But while touring in Australia he took an interest in the stage and theater. He gave up his insurance job and turned to acting after returning to England. With his elfish long, straight nose, squint-eyed demeanor and a crisp voice...
12. Sofiko Chiaureli Sofiko Chiaureli Actress, The Color of Pomegranates
13. Jean Hazlewood Jean Hazlewood Writer, The Secret Ways
14. Peggy Converse Peggy Converse Actress, The Accidental Tourist Peggy Converse's stage, TV, and film careers spanned nearly seven decades. In each of these venues, she frequently played alongside her husband, Don Porter (of "Gidget" and "Ann Sothern" fame). She began acting in high school productions and later in college, graduating from Stanford University in 1927...
15. Jan Moriarty Jan Moriarty Actress, A New Kind of Love
16. Paul D. Zimmerman Paul D. Zimmerman Writer, The King of Comedy
17. Rhae Andrece Rhae Andrece Actress, I, Mudd
18. Leticia Vlasak Leticia Vlasak Actress, Big Ass She-Male Road Trip 13
19. Nancy Deale Nancy Deale Actress, Shadows
20. Gail Gilmore Gail Gilmore Actress, Girl Happy A cute blonde with an unconventional personality, hence the name changes, Gail Gerber (a.k.a. Gail Gilmore, a.k.a. Gale Gerber, a.k.a. Gail Gibson) came to Hollywood in 1963 after a successful career as a ballet dancer and TV actress in Canada. Betweeen 1964 and 1965, she appeared in six movies leaving an indelible impression on fans of teenage drive-in movies...
21. Mary Grant Mary Grant Costume Designer, Sweet Smell of Success
22. D.H. Lawrence D.H. Lawrence Writer, Women in Love David Herbert Lawrence was born in Nottinghamshire, England, 11 September 1885. His father was a coal miner, his mother a genteel woman who sought education and refinement for her son. Lawrence earned a university degree and taught school for a short time. While still a student he began to publish his poems and short stories...
23. Gordon Harker Gordon Harker Actor, The Farmer's Wife Gordon Harker born in 1885 in London into a well-known family of theatrical artists, he first appeared on stage in 1903. Lugubrious, shifty cockney character who starred and supported in over 60 films his first film role as Major Kent in Harold M. Shaw 'General John Regan' starring Milton Rosmer for...
24. Yola d'Avril Yola d'Avril Actress, Monte Carlo Nights Yola d'Avril was born on April 8, 1907 in Lille, France. She grew up in with her parents and brother in Paris. After her father's death in 1923 she moved to Canada and became a dancer. Yola went to Hollywood and started getting small roles in films like Vamping Venus and She Goes To War. She became close friends with Gloria Swanson who guided her career...
25. Janear Hines Janear Hines Actress, Dirty Mary Crazy Larry
26. Tyler Brooke Tyler Brooke Actor, The Divorcee
27. Emil Forselius Emil Forselius Actor, Tic Tac
28. Fred Freiberger Fred Freiberger Writer, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms Fred Freiberger was born and raised in New York's Bronx. For a while, he worked in advertising. During World War II, he joined the 8th Air Force as a navigator, was shot down and spent 22 months as a POW in Germany. Upon his repatriation, he briefly studied at the Institute of Film at Pace University and eventually made his way to Hollywood on his Air Force back pay...
29. Robert Clatworthy Robert Clatworthy Art Director, Psycho
30. Phyllis Huffman Phyllis Huffman Casting Director, Million Dollar Baby A graduate of Webster University in St. Louis, Phyllis Huffman briefly worked as a flight attendant for Trans World Airlines before landing a job in the casting departments of MGM and Paramount Pictures, where she came under the wing of casting director Marion Dougherty. Phyllis then went on to Warner Brothers where she eventually rose to the positions of Director...
31. Anne Cornwall Anne Cornwall Actress, College
32. Harry Semels Harry Semels Actor, Les Misérables One of the industry's most versatile character actors, in his almost 30-year career Harry Semels appeared in hundreds of films. Adept at playing everything from Spanish waiters to German soldiers to Italian villagers--and even a haughty District Attorney from time to time--his stocky build and droopy mustache were a familiar sight to moviegoers...
33. Bill Hays Bill Hays Director, The Tale of Beatrix Potter
34. Corrado Pani Corrado Pani Actor, Rocco and His Brothers
35. William A. Horning William A. Horning Art Director, North by Northwest
36. Gérard Rinaldi Gérard Rinaldi Actor, The Big Store
37. Fred Carney Fred Carney Actor, Bustin' Loose
38. Adele Proom Adele Proom Actress, Mrs. Doubtfire
39. Winston Churchill Winston Churchill Self, The Churchills
40. Vivian MacKerrell Vivian MacKerrell Actor, Ghost Story
41. Oscar Lerman Oscar Lerman Producer, The Bitch
42. Anthony Lang Anthony Lang Actor, The Meaning of Life
43. Hawley Pratt Hawley Pratt Animation Department, The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour
44. John Diamond John Diamond Self, Tomorrow's World
45. Cecillia Stark Cecillia Stark Actress, Stranger Than Paradise
46. Vicente Parra Vicente Parra Actor, The Cannibal Man
47. Henri Czarniak Henri Czarniak Actor, Love and Death
48. Walter Byron Walter Byron Actor, Queen Kelly Leading man in lesser U.S. films, and supporting or minor player in better-known U.S. films, from the late 1920s through the late 1930s. And I don't understand why your system rejects this contribution as too short, considering that my edited version is longer than the original was. This is the only biographical info we have for this man...
49. John Clifford John Clifford Writer, Carnival of Souls A native of Springfield, Illiinois, John Clifford moved to Chicago and lived with relatives after the deaths of his parents. Wanting to work as a writer--but feeling that he couldn't write anything longer than a joke-- Clifford began working as a joke writer, selling material to radio comedian Ken Murray...
50. Kirsten Heiberg Kirsten Heiberg Actress, Titanic Kirsten Heiberg was born on 25-4-1912. After a drama training, the young woman appeared in the Oslo and Bergen theaters, until in 1937 she came to Vienna where she encountered great success. There she got to know prolific film music composer Franz Grothe, fell in love with him and followed him to Berlin...
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