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1. Robert Pastorelli Robert Pastorelli Actor, Dances with Wolves Beefy, roughhewn actor Robert Pastorelli was a former boxer and an admitted drug addict before he cleaned up his act and pursued theater work in New York in such 1970s productions as "Rebel Without a Cause," "The Rainmaker," and "Death of a Salesman," he headed west and turned to film and TV in 1982...
2. George Stevens George Stevens Director, Giant George Stevens, a filmmaker known as a meticulous craftsman with a brilliant eye for composition and a sensitive touch with actors, is one of the great American filmmakers, ranking with John Ford, William Wyler and Howard Hawks as a creator of classic Hollywood cinema, bringing to the screen mytho-poetic worlds that were also mass entertainment...
3. Harold Lloyd Harold Lloyd Actor, Safety Last! Harold Clayton Lloyd was born in Burchard, Nebraska on the 20th of April 1893. When Harold was 12 he joined the theatre usually just performing with his high school. Harold's father (nick-named 'Foxy') was not successful at business and Harold's mother regretted marrying him. Later, actor John Lane Connor asked Lloyd to go to Los Angeles with him...
4. Henry Hull Henry Hull Actor, Lifeboat Henry Hull, the actor who created the role of Jeeter on Broadway in "Tobacco Road," was born in Louisville, Kentucky, on October 13, 1890, the son of a drama critic. Originally intending to become an engineer, Hull became an actor and made his Broadway debut in "Green Stockings" less than two weeks before his 21st birthday...
5. Edward Andrews Edward Andrews Actor, Gremlins The son of a Georgia minister, Edward Andrews debuted on stage in 1926 at age 12 and by 1935 had landed on Broadway. A solid character actor, his large physique and amiable demeanor made him a natural for the jovial, grandfatherly type or genial, small-town businessman which he often played, but also served him well when cast against type as a sinister...
6. Wendy Hughes Wendy Hughes Actress, Careful, He Might Hear You Wendy Hughes was an accomplished actress who had won over 13 major awards. She had been called "one of the world's great actresses" with "the beauty and talent to become an international star". Hughes was born in Melbourne and studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. She has two children, Charlotte (17) and Jay (13).
7. John Inman John Inman Actor, Are You Being Served?
8. Edward Winter Edward Winter Actor, The Parallax View
9. Peggy Cass Peggy Cass Self, Episode #1.10 Mary Margaret Cass was born May 21, 1924, in Boston, Massachusetts. After three years in the Cambridge Latin School drama club without one speaking part, she moved to New York, where she worked as a secretary, telephone operator, advertising solicitor and model. She joined a USO troupe that took her to Australia for seven months...
10. Joe DiMaggio Joe DiMaggio Self, The Joe DiMaggio Show Joe DiMaggio was simply the greatest all-around baseball player of his era, which was the last before integration changed the complexion of the game in the 1950s. As a New York baseball legend, "The Yankee Clipper" succeeded superstars Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig and preceded Mickey Mantle...
11. Martha Wentworth Martha Wentworth Actress, 101 Dalmatians
12. James Ellis James Ellis Actor, Re-Animator
13. Adam Faith Adam Faith Actor, McVicar In an interview in "Disc" magazine published in June 1959, following the release of his third (and ultimately unsuccessful) single, Adam Faith declared that his ambition was to become an actor/director--not a singer. Nine years, 35 singles, 24 chart entries, 15 EPs and seven albums later he finally decided to leave the record industry to concentrate fully on fulfilling his thespian dream...
14. Allan Drake Allan Drake Actor, Brother, Can You Spare an Act?
15. Rhoda Williams Rhoda Williams Actress, Cinderella
16. Karen Morley Karen Morley Actress, Scarface Born Mildred Linton in Ottumwa, Iowa on December 12, 1909, Karen Morley was adopted by a well-to-do family who moved to Los Angeles in the mid-1920s. She enrolled at Hollywood High School and studied for a career in medicine at UCLA, but a class in theater changed her career ambitions. After studying at Pasadena Playhouse...
17. Billy Eckstine Billy Eckstine Self, Harlem After Midnight
18. Charles Coleman Charles Coleman Actor, The Gay Divorcee Tall, portly, balding, silver-haired actor who portrayed, almost exclusively, butler or manservant.
19. Courtney Fine Courtney Fine Actress, NorCal Rapist Courtney Felicia Fine was born on April 29, 1977 in Tucson, Arizona. The daughter of Dr. Harold Alan Fine and Harriet Sandra Fine, she was also the younger sister of brother Randall Adam Fine. Courtney moved with her family to Lexington, Kentucky shortly after she was born. An exceptional student in grade school...
20. Brigitte Mira Brigitte Mira Actress, Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
21. Marjorie Riordan Marjorie Riordan Actress, Pursuit to Algiers Marjorie Riordan was "discovered" in Wisconsin in the early 1940s and became a studio contract player at Warner Brothers. During the 1950s she and another Warner Brothers player, Joyce Reynolds, decided that they found acting intellectually unsatisfying and the two of them returned to graduate school to study speech pathology...
22. Walter Plunkett Walter Plunkett Costume Designer, Gone with the Wind The brilliant and talented Walter Plunkett was born June 5, 1902, to James and Frances Plunkett of Oakland, California. He studied law at the University of California, but was hardly as interested in becoming an attorney as he was in his involvement with the campus' theatrical group. Making the quick change in careers...
23. Hector Berlioz Hector Berlioz Soundtrack, The Tree of Life Hector Berlioz was born on December 11, 1803, into the family of Dr. Louis Berlioz and Marie-Antoinette-Josephine. Hector was the first of six children, three of whom died. He took music lessons at home from a visiting teacher and played flute and guitar. By age 16 he wrote a song for voice and guitar...
24. Bert Holland Bert Holland Actor, Tarantula
25. Robin Hunter Robin Hunter Actor, The Sign of Four
26. Alexander Salkind Alexander Salkind Miscellaneous Crew, Superman
27. Esther Howard Esther Howard Actress, Detour Switching from Broadway to Hollywood in 1931, actress Esther Howard was an expert at portraying blowsy old crones, man-hungry spinsters and oversexed dowagers. Utilizing her wide, expressive eyes and versatile voice for both broad comedy and tense drama, Howard was equally at home portraying slatternly toss-pot Mrs...
28. Ray Nitschke Ray Nitschke Actor, The Longest Yard Ray Nitschke was born in Elmwood Park, Illinois. His Father passed away when he was 3, and his Mother passed away when he was 13. He grew up a Chicago Bears fan, but quickly learn to hate them after being drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the third round of 1958. He played for 15 seasons before retiring in 1972.
29. Larry Vincent Larry Vincent Actor, Fright Night Before moving to Los Angeles, California, He was "Captain Starr" on local television station WFBM in Indianapolis in the 1960s, as one of a trio of hosts, along with Harlow Hickenlooper (aka Hal Fryer from "The Outlaws is Coming" 3 Stooges Movie) and Curley Myers for children's programing, which showed the old "3 Stooges" shorts...
30. William Guarnere William Guarnere Self, Points As a young man he joined the famous Easy Company of the 101st Airborne Infantry Division when it was first formed. His first combat jump as a paratrooper was into occupied France the night before D-Day as part of the mass invasion. Earned the name "Wild Bill" due to his heroic efforts in combat situations against the Germans. Lost part of his leg in the Battle of the Bulge.
31. Loie Bridge Loie Bridge Actress, Octavius and Me
32. John Ewart John Ewart Actor, Newsfront Veteran Australian actor John Ewart's career got off to a promising start when he played 'Dopey' in a 3XY radio production of 'Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs'. John was aged four. Numerous radio shows and theatre productions later at the age of 18 he so impressed legendary film maker Charles Chauval...
33. Joan Murphy Joan Murphy Actress, Midnight Cowboy
34. Devika Rani Devika Rani Actress, Achhut Kanya
35. Lingyu Ruan Lingyu Ruan Actress, The Goddess
36. Ken Terrell Ken Terrell Actor, Indestructible Man
37. Yôko Umemura Yôko Umemura Actress, Gion no shimai
38. Jon King Jon King Actor, These Bases Are Loaded
39. Paul Préboist Paul Préboist Actor, The Two of Us
40. Anna Manahan Anna Manahan Actress, Clash of the Titans
41. Victor Potel Victor Potel Actor, Sullivan's Travels Victor Potel was born in Lafayette, Indiana, in 1889. His first film was in 1910, for Essanay Film Manufacturing Company in Chicago. Potel worked for Essanay in most of the Broncho Billy series, as well as playing a character called "Slippery Sam" in almost 80 movies as well as Universal Pictures' "Snakeville" series...
42. William Walton William Walton Music Department, Battle of Britain William Walton came from a musical family. He entered Christ Church, Oxford at the early age of sixteen but left without a degree in 1920. A fine musician, he was essentially self-taught as a composer, except some instruction from Hugh Allen, the cathedral organist. Through literary friends and other associations he became acquainted with the London music and cultural scene...
43. Virginia Martin Virginia Martin Actress, It's Magic
44. Frank McDonald Frank McDonald Director, My Pal Trigger A former railroad worker, Frank McDonald came to Hollywood after a career on the stage as an actor/producer/director. At first hired as a dialogue director, McDonald turned out some scripts and in the mid-'30s began directing. Working for almost every studio in Hollywood at one time or another, he did a lot of work for Republic...
45. John L. Balderston John L. Balderston Writer, The Last of the Mohicans
46. Rudy Ricci Rudy Ricci Writer, The Return of the Living Dead
47. Colette Bergé Colette Bergé Actress, The Day of the Jackal
48. John Hartley John Hartley Actor, Shirley Valentine
49. Tony Imi Tony Imi Cinematographer, Enemy Mine
50. Mike Starr Mike Starr Self, Family Weekend
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