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1. James Rebhorn James Rebhorn Actor, Scent of a Woman James Robert Rebhorn (September 1, 1948 - March 21, 2014) was an American actor who appeared in over 100 films, television series, and plays. At the time of his death, he had recurring roles in the current series White Collar and Homeland. An early performance was in Butterflies are Free at the Peterborough Players in New Hampshire in 1974...
2. Robert Preston Robert Preston Actor, The Music Man American leading man of vast charisma, Robert Preston was the son of a garment worker and a record store clerk and grew up in Los Angeles. He was a trained musician, playing several instruments, and in high school became interested in theatre. He joined the Pasadena Community Playhouse, taking classes and appearing in scores of plays alongside such soon-to-be-well-known actors as Dana Andrews...
3. Michael Redgrave Michael Redgrave Actor, The Lady Vanishes Sir Michael Redgrave was of the generation of English actors that gave the world the legendary John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson and Laurence Olivier, Britain three fabled "Theatrical Knights" back in the days when a knighthood for thespian was far more rare than it is today. A superb actor, Redgrave...
4. John Ireland John Ireland Actor, Spartacus Born in Canada, John Ireland was raised in New York. Performing as a swimmer in a water carnival, he moved into the legitimate theater, often appearing in minor roles in Broadway plays. His first big break in pictures came in 1945 when he appeared as Windy the introspective letter-writing G.I. in the classic war epic A Walk in the Sun...
5. Barney Martin Barney Martin Actor, Arthur
6. Harry H. Corbett Harry H. Corbett Actor, Jabberwocky Harry H Corbett (he added the "H" to avoid being confused with Sooty's friend) was born in Burma in 1925. His father was an officer in the army. His mother died when he was very young and he moved to England as a child and was brought up in Manchester by an aunt. After his war service, he joined a repertory company and during the 1950s appeared in many stage productions...
7. Dack Rambo Dack Rambo Actor, All My Children Dack (given name Norman) and identical twin brother, Dirk Rambo (Orman), were born in sunny California in 1941. Dack's noticeable difference was a mole on his left cheek. Both happened upon an acting career, at age 21, after being discovered by Loretta Young for her TV show, while sitting in a church pew...
8. Macdonald Carey Macdonald Carey Actor, Shadow of a Doubt American film and television actor MacDonald Carey became famous for his role as Dr. Tom Horton on NBC's soap opera Days of Our Lives. For three decades he was the centered cast member of the show. His film career was from the 1940s-'60s, and he appeared mostly in second-features (aka "B" pictures). He became known in Hollywood as "The King of the B's" (much like Lucille Ball...
9. Candy Darling Candy Darling Actress, Women in Revolt
10. Milton Frome Milton Frome Actor, Batman: The Movie
11. Dean Paul Martin Dean Paul Martin Actor, Deep Freeze (Pilot) The son of Rat Pack member Dean Martin, Dean Paul Martin initially showed interest in a singing career, and was also a talented tennis player, which served him well in his role opposite Ali McGraw in 1979's The Players. An avid pilot and a captain in the California Air National Guard, Martin was killed...
12. Anthony Steel Anthony Steel Actor, Winnetou: The Red Gentleman Known primarily in Britain for his many "matinée idol" roles during the 1950s, Anthony Steel is perhaps best remembered in Hollywood and elsewhere as the erstwhile husband of Anita Ekberg. His career never really took off in Hollywood; at one point during his marriage to Ms. Ekberg, he was referred to as Mr...
13. David McCallum Sr. David McCallum Sr. Actor, Prelude to Fame Concertmaster violinist who played for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham's Symphony Orchestra and the Scottish National Orchestra. Married to Dorothy Dorman, a concert cellist for the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Two sons, Iain and David Primarily known as a musician however did appear in one film, Last Holiday.
14. Kinuyo Tanaka Kinuyo Tanaka Actress, Sansho the Bailiff
15. Lili Damita Lili Damita Actress, Fighting Caravans Lili was a French Actress who is remembered more for who she married than the movies she appeared in. When the sound revolution came into Hollywood, the studio's scrambled to find actors who could speak lines and record well. It was at this time that Lili burst on the scene. While her accent would always be very noticeable...
16. Ludmilla Tchérina Ludmilla Tchérina Actress, The Tales of Hoffmann Ludmilla Tcherina, a grande dame of the international dance world, was born October 10, 1924, into Russian aristocracy as the daughter of Prince Avenir Tchemerzine (he was a general) and Stephane Finette, a Frenchwoman. She began dancing at the age of three and by the time she was seven she was showing marks of brilliance...
17. Robert Urquhart Robert Urquhart Actor, The Curse of Frankenstein The character actor Robert Urquhart was born in 1921 in Ullapool, Scotland. His stage debut came in 1947 and his film debut 5 years later. He worked steadily until the late 1980s in both film and television, usually playing the stalwart, dependable type. He became particularly well known on television as a regular in a number of British series...
18. Bobby Short Bobby Short Self, Hannah and Her Sisters Bobby Short has been an attraction at Manhattan's Cafe Carlyle for three decades (he doubtless got his greatest exposure there in a scene from Woody Allen's film Hannah and Her Sisters). Short is the quintessential New Yorker, the Fred Astaire of saloon singers, an international icon of style and glamour.
19. John Franklyn-Robbins John Franklyn-Robbins Actor, The Golden Compass
20. Robert Fuest Robert Fuest Director, Dr. Phibes Rises Again Well regarded for his stylish genre work of the 1970s, Robert Fuest may not have a very extensive list of feature film credits, but the quality of his output is what matters, not the quantity. He certainly came to the business with a real talent for art. Born in London in 1927, he would spend some time serving in the Royal Air Force...
21. Lilyan Tashman Lilyan Tashman Actress, Manhandled Lilyan Tashman was born on October 23, 1896, in Brooklyn, New York. After toying with some stage work, she made her film debut with Experience. That was her only film of that year, and the next year she also made only one film, Head Over Heels (this was at a time when some studios and their performers were turning out a film per week)...
22. Shauna Grant Shauna Grant Actress, Virginia
23. Sergio Fascetti Sergio Fascetti Actor, Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
24. Tonino Guerra Tonino Guerra Writer, Amarcord Legendary Italian screenwriter was born Antonio Guerra on the 16th of March 1920 in Sant'Arcangelo, Italy, south of Ravenna. He wrote several short stories, poetry and novels and in 1956 his first screenplay "Man and Wolves" (co-written by Elio Petri) was directed by Giuseppe De Santis. Three years later he wrote the masterpiece...
25. John Cater John Cater Actor, The Abominable Dr. Phibes
26. Robert Nichols Robert Nichols Actor, Giant A native of Oakland, California, Robert Nichols got his start as an entertainer in the Army during World War II. After his discharge, he attended London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art while working as a song-and-dance man at the Players Theater (Victorian music hall). Hollywood director Howard Hawks...
27. Michael Trubshawe Michael Trubshawe Actor, The Pink Panther
28. Leonard Bremen Leonard Bremen Actor, The Front Page
29. Gemini Ganesan Gemini Ganesan Actor, Rudra Veena Known as one of the "big three" of South Indian Cinema of yesteryear (the other two being M.G. Ramchandran, and Sivaji Ganesan), Ramaswamy Ganesan had acted in several box-office hits between 1950 and 1970. Born on November 16, 1919, he was a graduate from an orthodox Brahmin family, and had begun his career as a Lecturer in the Madras Christian College...
30. Francis Leroi Francis Leroi Director, Demon Is on the Island
31. Connie Kreski Connie Kreski Actress, The Trackers
32. Alan Roberts Alan Roberts Actor, Dinosaurus!
33. Victor Beaumont Victor Beaumont Actor, Where Eagles Dare
34. Buddy Swan Buddy Swan Actor, Citizen Kane
35. Toby Robins Toby Robins Actress, For Your Eyes Only
36. Spider Sabich Spider Sabich Uncategorised
37. Ernie Wise Ernie Wise Self, 1973 Christmas Special
38. Robert Light Robert Light Actor, My Man Godfrey In addition to movies and stage (Broadway in 1928 at age 17), Robert Light also was one of the first U. S. Armed Forces Network Radio broadcasters, signing the network on the air during WWII in France and Germany after D-Day. His engineer was Loyd Sigmon, inventor of the SigAlert traffic alert system...
39. Tiny Jones Tiny Jones Actress, Drums Along the Mohawk
40. John Lawrence John Lawrence Actor, They Live
41. Marlen Haushofer Marlen Haushofer Writer, The Wall
42. John List John List Actor, Perfect Crimes?
43. Sigfrit Steiner Sigfrit Steiner Actor, It Happened in Broad Daylight
44. Eddie Laughton Eddie Laughton Actor, She's Oil Mine
45. Marie Burke Marie Burke Actress, Seance on a Wet Afternoon
46. Jackie Lyn Dufton Jackie Lyn Dufton Actress, Pack Up Your Troubles Born in England as Jaquelyn Dufton, she worked in pictures under the name Jacquie Lyn. Her brief career as a child actor came to an end when her stepfather asked for more money than the studios were willing to pay. Later, she married and became Jacquelyn Woll. It was reportedly on the advice of the cowboy star Tim McCoy that Jacquie Lyn was taken to see the independent producer Hal Roach...
47. Anton Grot Anton Grot Art Director, Mildred Pierce Anton Grot was profoundly influenced by European modernism and expressionist art in both film and painting by the time he left Poland for the United States in 1909. Having studied illustration and design at Cracow and Koenigsberg, majoring in interior decoration, he was quick to embrace the burgeoning art deco movement and the low key...
48. Oscar Apfel Oscar Apfel Director, The Squaw Man Entering the film industry almost at its beginning, Oscar Apfel began his career in 1911 as a director. He hit the big leagues in 1914 when he was given many prestigious assignments for Paramount Pictures, often in collaboration with Cecil B. DeMille. In 1916, he switched to Fox, and then freelanced for many smaller studios...
49. Chinua Achebe Chinua Achebe Writer, Things Fall Apart
50. Blackie Whiteford Blackie Whiteford Actor, Thundering Taxis
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