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1. Gloria Swanson Gloria Swanson Actress, Sunset Blvd. Gloria Swanson went to public schools in Chicago; Key West, Florida; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Her film debut was as an extra in The Fable of Elvira and Farina and the Meal Ticket. From the following year on, she had leading roles in pictures for Keystone, then a year with Triangle, and, in 1919, a contract with Cecil B. DeMille. DeMille transformed her from a typical Mack Sennett comedienne into a lively...
2. Roger Ebert Roger Ebert Self, Siskel & Ebert Roger Joseph Ebert was the all-time best-known, most successful movie critic in cinema history, when one thinks of his establishing a rapport with both serious cineastes and the movie-going public and reaching more movie fans via television and print than any other critic. He became the first and only movie critic to win a Pulitzer Prize (it would be 28 years before another film critic...
3. Bob Peck Bob Peck Actor, Jurassic Park British actor Bob Peck was born in Leeds in north England on August 23, 1945. He attended Leeds Modern School and then graduated from Leeds College of Art before starting professional stage acting. Peck acted for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. He also starred in more than 20 television dramas...
4. Priscilla Lane Priscilla Lane Actress, Arsenic and Old Lace Priscilla Lane attended the Eagin School of Dramatic Arts in New York before she began touring with her sisters in the Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians Dance Band. She was a popular singer with her sisters and, after 5 years, she was signed to a Hollywood contract with Warner Brothers in 1937...
5. Edgar Buchanan Edgar Buchanan Actor, Petticoat Junction At the age of seven, he and his family moved to Oregon. After studying at the University of Oregon, he followed in his father's footsteps and became a dentist, graduating from North Pacific Dental College. From 1929 to 1937, he practiced oral surgery in Eugene, Oregon. He then moved his practice to Altadena...
6. Faith Domergue Faith Domergue Actress, This Island Earth Sultry, brunette Faith Domergue was born in New Orleans, part Creole, but primarily of Irish and English extraction. She was adopted when she was six weeks old. In 1927 her adoptive parents took her to live in California, where she was educated at Catholic schools in Santa Monica. She had her first flirt with the acting profession while still at school...
7. Anthony Caruso Anthony Caruso Actor, The Asphalt Jungle
8. Bob Clark Bob Clark Director, A Christmas Story
9. Gary Gray Gary Gray Actor, The Painted Hills A child star in such classics as Randolph Scott's Return of the Bad Men and the Loretta Young / William Holden / Robert Mitchum film Rachel and the Stranger, was born in Los Angeles California on December 18, 1936, to Jeanie Ellen Dickson and John William Gray, aka Bill Gray. Bill Gray was a business manager for many celebrities in the motion picture industry...
10. Wayne Robson Wayne Robson Actor, Cube
11. Jody McCrea Jody McCrea Actor, Cry Blood, Apache Just as strapping (6' 3") and amiably handsome as his actor/father, Joel McCrea, Jody was born Joel Dee McCrea on September 6, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, and bore a strong resemblance to his famous namesake. The oldest of three children, his mother was actress Frances Dee and his two younger brothers are David McCrea and Peter McCrea...
12. Byron Foulger Byron Foulger Actor, Sullivan's Travels One of those wonderfully busy character actors whose face is familiar if not his name, mild-mannered actor Byron Foulger began performing with community theater, and stock and repertory companies after graduating from the University of Utah. He met his future wife, character actress Dorothy Adams, in one of these companies. The marriage lasted nearly five decades and ended only with his death...
13. Edward Mallory Edward Mallory Director, The Young and the Restless
14. John Flynn John Flynn Director, Lock Up John Flynn was a very fine, efficient and sadly underrated director who excelled at making mean'n'lean crime pictures. His movies are distinguished by tight plots, a hard, no-nonsense tone, and a taut, streamlined and fiercely economical directorial style. John was born on March 14, 1932 in Chicago...
15. Jason Robards Sr. Jason Robards Sr. Actor, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House Famed American stage actor. Trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Art. Appeared in many films, initially as a leading man, then in character roles and occasional bits. Consistently billed as Jason Robards, as his more famous son, Jason Robards, did not come into fame until the end of the elder Robards' career...
16. Shirley Patterson Shirley Patterson Actress, It! The Terror from Beyond Space
17. Chus Lampreave Chus Lampreave Actress, Volver
18. Doug Kraner Doug Kraner Production Designer, Uncle Buck
19. Lori Martin Lori Martin Actress, National Velvet Lori Martin was born Dawn Catherine Menzer in Glendale, California. She was born at 10am, four minutes before her twin sister, Doree, arrived. Having an elder sister, Jean, and a younger brother, Stephen, she had plenty of company at an early age. At the age of six, her mother took her to an agent who dealt with child actresses...
20. Martin Luther King Martin Luther King Thanks, Freedom Writers Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. His father, Martin Luther King Sr., was a pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. His mother was a schoolteacher. For Martin the civil rights movement began one summer in 1935 when he was six years old. Two of his friends did not show up to play ball with him and Martin decided to go looking for them...
21. Helga Bullock Helga Bullock Soundtrack, All About Steve
22. George Pastell George Pastell Actor, From Russia with Love George Pastell was a Cypriot character actor in British films and television programs. His real name was Nino Pastellides. He made his film debut in Give Us This Day (1949), under his real name of Nino Pastellides, and went onto carve out a career as villains in film and television. Although Greek...
23. Claude Miller Claude Miller Writer, La meilleure façon de marcher
24. Stephen Wootton Stephen Wootton Actor, All Mine to Give
25. Ginny Simms Ginny Simms Actress, Night and Day War-era songstress Ginny Simms was born Virginia Simms on May 23, 1913, in Texas but was raised in California, which accounts for her lack of a Southern accent in her speaking/singing voice. Though she studied piano as a child, it was her vocal gifts that launched her career, which started when she formed a singing trio while studying at Fresno State Teachers College...
26. Maxine Cooper Maxine Cooper Actress, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? This svelte, sultry-eyed brunette made a mark in one significant (some consider "ultimate") film noir classic helmed by Robert Aldrich in the mid-1950s -- and then, within a short time, she vanished. Another in the long line of pretty and promising actresses who traded in their career for marriage to a well-established Hollywood industry member...
27. Juliano Mer-Khamis Juliano Mer-Khamis Actor, Under the Domim Tree
28. Vickery Turner Vickery Turner Actress, The Good Soldier
29. Chick Sheridan Chick Sheridan Actor, Rolling Man
30. Kenny Everett Kenny Everett Writer, The Kenny Everett Television Show
31. Austin Willis Austin Willis Actor, Goldfinger
32. Harry O'Connor Harry O'Connor Stunts, The Perfect Storm
33. Bertil Bertilson Bertil Bertilson Actor, Pang i bygget
34. Ágnes Eszterházy Ágnes Eszterházy Actress, The Joyless Street
35. Elena Volskaya Elena Volskaya Actress, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears
36. Rita Cadillac Rita Cadillac Actress, Das Boot
37. Besedka Johnson Besedka Johnson Actress, Starlet
38. Adalberto Martínez Adalberto Martínez Actor, El rey de México
39. Ira Lewis Ira Lewis Actor, Looking for Richard
40. Brad Johnson Brad Johnson Actor, Annie Oakley Brad Johnson was one of many screen actors in the 1940's and 50's who found their calling on the range. With the decline in popularity of the western, his career has since gone down the dusty trail of near oblivion. He occasionally stepped out of character as guest in the odd detective episode, but Johnson's brief spell in the limelight ultimately came in the role of Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig...
41. Le Tari Le Tari Actor, The Onion Field
42. James Carew James Carew Actor, Midnight at the Wax Museum James Carew was born in Goshen, Indiana in 1876. He began as a clerk in a publishing firm. Made his stage debut at the age of 21 in 'Damon and Pythias' in Chicago, became a highly successful in the theatre and moved to England in 1905, where he continued his classical stage career starting with the Lyric Theatre in London...
43. C.L. Moore C.L. Moore Writer, The Last Mimzy
44. Béla Mihályffi Béla Mihályffi Actor, 120-as tempó
45. Ralph Ayres Ralph Ayres Animation Department, Watership Down Ralph Ayres, one of the key figures of British animation in the post-war era, was born at Middlesbrough in England 28th November 1914, He learned to draw at the Junior Technical College but was self-taught as an amateur artist. He was apprenticed to a local firm Emanuel Spence as a plumber, after which he went south for work...
46. Elmer Ellsworth Elmer Ellsworth Costume and Wardrobe Department, The Fugitive Ellsworth was the founder of the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees. At the time of his death, he was the director of research at he Western Costume company. Ellsworth died of a heart attack.
47. Mario Fabrizi Mario Fabrizi Actor, The Mouse on the Moon
48. Ida Coffin Ida Coffin Actress, Lady Luck IdaBelle Coffin was only in show business a short time, but the few films she was in, she appeared with legends and stole every scene she was in. She appeared in films with football legend Kenny Washington, first African American to play national football, comedian Mantan Moreland, Apollo emcee Ralph Cooper...
49. Reinhold Häussermann Reinhold Häussermann Actor, Seine Durchlaucht der Landstreicher
50. Margo MacDonald Margo MacDonald Self, Decision 79
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