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1. Kevin Peter Hall Kevin Peter Hall Actor, Predator 2 This African American actor attended Penn Hills High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He started his junior year at 6' 5" and finished it at 6' 9"! He played basketball throughout his high-school years and won a scholarship. He averaged 18 points a game and 10 rebounds! He played basketball during college...
2. Natalie Schafer Natalie Schafer Actress, Anastasia Natalie Schafer got her start doing Broadway plays then making the move to the big screen. Even before Gilligan's Island, she was typecast in roles as society women, or elegant, fashionable ladies. It was her role as "Eunice 'Lovey' Wentworth Howell" wife of multi-millionaire Thurston Howell III, that she was best known for...
3. Larry Linville Larry Linville Actor, Earth Girls Are Easy
4. Dixie Carter Dixie Carter Actress, That Evening Sun Dixie is the middle of three children. Her father owned several small retail stores. Early on, she dreamed of being an opera singer, but a botched tonsillectomy at age 7 spoiled any chances for that dream. Still, she sang regularly and studied classical music. She can play the piano, trumpet, and the harmonica...
5. Linda Darnell Linda Darnell Actress, My Darling Clementine Linda Darnell was born Monetta Eloyse Darnell in Dallas, Texas, one of five children of a post office worker and his wife. It was evident at an early age that she would be a ravishing beauty, and her mother encouraged her to model. By age 11 she was modeling clothes for an area department store. She had no trouble getting modeling jobs even at such a young age...
6. Marjorie Main Marjorie Main Actress, Meet Me in St. Louis Her father was a minister, and when she joined a local stock company as a youngster she changed her name to avoid embarrassing her family. She worked in vaudeville and debuted on Broadway in 1916. Her film debut was in A House Divided. She repeated her stage role in Dead End as Baby Face Martin (Humphrey Bogart)'s mother...
7. Sam Kinison Sam Kinison Self, The Sam Kinison Family Entertainment Hour
8. Michael Curtiz Michael Curtiz Director, Casablanca American director of Hungarian origin, Oscar-winner. He received his diploma from the School for Dramatic Arts in 1906. He then went to live in Pécs, then Szeged. He made his first film in 1912. The next year he went on a study tour to Denmark to study the newest achievements of the new art in the studios of the then flourishing Nordisk company...
9. Judith Malina Judith Malina Actress, The Addams Family
10. Nino Rota Nino Rota Composer, The Godfather Born in Milan in 1911 into a family of musicians, Nino Rota was first a student of Orefice and Pizzetti. Then, still a child, he moved to Rome where he completed his studies at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in 1929 with Alfredo Casella. In the meantime, he had become an 'enfant prodige', famous both as a composer and as an orchestra conductor...
11. Jean Vander Pyl Jean Vander Pyl Actress, The Flintstones
12. Nyree Dawn Porter Nyree Dawn Porter Actress, Hilary and Jackie Landing the starring role of Irene in the 1967 broadcast of John Galsworthy's "Forsyte Saga," Nyree Dawn Porter established herself as a prominent actress for television drama. She was born on the north island of New Zealand and was first a stage actress in New Zealand before setting out for a career on the stage in England...
13. Patricia Collinge Patricia Collinge Actress, Shadow of a Doubt Irish-born stage actress, in London from 1904, on Broadway from 1908. After appearing as a flower girl in 'The Queen of the Moulin Rouge', she became a celebrated theatrical star of many classic plays by George Bernard Shaw, Henrik Ibsen, J.M. Barrie and others. From 1947 to 1948, she starred as Lavinia Penniman in 'The Heiress' at the Biltmore Theatre...
14. Mrs. Patrick Campbell Mrs. Patrick Campbell Actress, The Money Moon
15. Arnold Johnson Arnold Johnson Actor, Menace II Society
16. Cec Linder Cec Linder Actor, Goldfinger
17. Peter Jones Peter Jones Actor, The Return of the Pink Panther Actor, playwright and game show panellist, the son of an antiques dealer. Jones was educated at Ellesmere College, where he first performed in school plays. At age sixteen, he made an unsuccessful stab at acting on the professional stage at the Wolverhampton Grand, but was fired after just one performance...
18. Gloria Dickson Gloria Dickson Actress, They Won't Forget Leading lady in Hollywood films from 1937 onwards, whose promising career died with her in a house fire.
19. Mary Foran Mary Foran Actress, Foxy Brown
20. Nora Eddington Nora Eddington Self, Cruise of the Zaca
21. Kay Medford Kay Medford Actress, Funny Girl A veteran scene stealer known for her delightful dry, poker-faced delivery, Kay Medford was born Maggie O'Regan in New York City in 1914, the daughter of James and Mary (Kelly) O'Regan, of Irish stock. Kay attended both public and Catholic schools growing up, her parents both dying while she was in her teens...
22. Dick Purcell Dick Purcell Actor, King of the Zombies
23. Ray Middleton Ray Middleton Actor, 1776
24. Donna Michelle Donna Michelle Actress, Mickey One
25. Lisa Moore Lisa Moore Actress, Hit Man
26. Phyllis Frelich Phyllis Frelich Actress, Love Is Never Silent Phyllis was born on Feburary 29, 1944, the oldest of 9 children. She attended North Dakota School for the Deaf, graduating in 1962. She went on to Gallaudet College (renamed Gallaudet University), actively participating in theater there. She finally made her debut on April 2, 1967, on the NBC nationwide program...
27. John O'Brien John O'Brien Writer, Leaving Las Vegas
28. Stephen Strimpell Stephen Strimpell Actor, All That Jazz
29. Joan Barry Joan Barry Actress, East of Shanghai Joan Barry was born in 1903. At the age of 15 she had her first small part in "Luck of the Navy". Some of her talking pictures were: "Head Waiter", A Man of Mayfair and Rome Express, while her her first title role was in the film Sally Bishop. Joan is likely to be remembered best for the uncredited role as the voice of Anny Ondra in the first British Talkie Blackmail...
30. Evelyn Waugh Evelyn Waugh Writer, Brideshead Revisited
31. Curt Conway Curt Conway Actor, Hud
32. Harry Strang Harry Strang Actor, Buck Privates
33. Nikolay Grinko Nikolay Grinko Actor, Stalker
34. Mathew McCue Mathew McCue Actor, Devil's Carnival
35. Kahlil Gibran Kahlil Gibran Writer, Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet Khalil Gibran (Full Arabic name : Gibran Khalil Gibran) is a Lebanese poet, painter, writer, philosopher, theologian and visual artist, born in Bsharri, Lebanon. He left Lebanon with his mother on June 25, 1895. Where he died after a successful writing career. Gibran was honored in Lebanon, among other countries, like the Khalil Gebran park in Bucharest, Romania..
36. Jorge Moreno Jorge Moreno Actor, King Kong
37. Ralph Ince Ralph Ince Director, The Singapore Mutiny The youngest of three filmmaking brothers (the others were John Ince and Thomas H. Ince), Ralph Ince's career mirrored that of his brother John: he went from acting in silents to directing, and with the advent of sound he turned character actor. Unlike John, however, he would eventually resume directing and was successful in UK productions from 1934 until his death.
38. Morarji Desai Morarji Desai Self, Congress Session in Bombay A native of Bhadeli, a village near the city of Bulsar, in what is now the state of Gujarat, Morarji Ranchhodji Desai was born on leap years day in 1896, the oldest of the 6 children of Ranchhodji Desai, a teacher, and Vajiaben (or Maniben) Desai. He was educated at Bombay University, and he was a civil servant for 12 years before embarking on a long and varied political career...
39. Gisela Werbisek Gisela Werbisek Actress, Bride of the Gorilla
40. Maria Pia Casilio Maria Pia Casilio Actress, Umberto D.
41. Byron Kane Byron Kane Actor, The Pink Panther Strikes Again
42. Little Eva Little Eva Soundtrack, Trading Places
43. Lennart Lundh Lennart Lundh Actor, Tillökning i familjen
44. Anthony Jochim Anthony Jochim Actor, The Girl on the Bridge
45. Auguste Lumière Auguste Lumière Producer, Bataille de neige Although it is his brother Louis Lumière who is generally acclaimed as the "father of the cinema", Auguste Lumiere also made a major contribution towards the development of the medium, first by helping with the invention and construction of the cinematographe (the world's first camera and projection mechanism)...
46. Jack Williams Jack Williams Stunts, Wild Wild West
47. Liz Edmiston Liz Edmiston Actress, Existence
48. Henri de la Falaise Henri de la Falaise Director, Legong: Dance of the Virgins Henri de la Falaise was a French aristocrat brought to America after meeting and falling in love with Gloria Swanson while working as her interpreter on Madame Sans-Gêne. A World War I veteran of the French army, a few years prior to his work on the film he had been awarded the Croix de Guerre by the French government for bravery during World War I...
49. Richie Benaud Richie Benaud Self, Richie Benaud's Greatest XI
50. John Ince John Ince Actor, Hour of Reckoning Eldest of the brothers Ince (see also Thomas H. Ince and Ralph Ince), he was first a silent-screen actor and then a director. With the arrival of sound, he ceased directing and became a character actor.
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