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1. Marilyn Chambers Marilyn Chambers Actress, Rabid
2. Jonathan Winters Jonathan Winters Self, Jonathan Winters: On the Ledge Jonathan Harshman Winters III was born on November 11, 1925 in Dayton, Ohio. His father, also Jonathan, was a banker who became an alcoholic after being crushed in the Great Depression. His parents divorced in 1932. Jonathan and his mother then moved to Springfield to live with his grandmother. There his mother remarried and became a radio personality...
3. Roscoe Lee Browne Roscoe Lee Browne Actor, Treasure Planet He was a master class in cerebral eloquence and audience command...and although his dominant playing card in the realm of acting was quite serious and stately, nobody cut a more delightfully dry edge in sitcoms than this gentleman, whose calm yet blistering put-downs often eluded his lesser victims...
4. Dolores del Rio Dolores del Rio Actress, Flying Down to Rio Dolores del Rio was the first Mexican movie star with international appeal and had a meteoric career in 1920s Hollywood (an extraordinary accomplishment for an Hispanic female on those years). She came from an aristocratic family in Durango. In the Mexican revolution of 1916, however, the family lost everything they had and emigrated to Mexico City...
5. Cathy O'Donnell Cathy O'Donnell Actress, Ben-Hur She was in Alabama until age 12, Ann Steely attended high school and college in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, then worked as a stenographer to finance a trip to Hollywood, where fortune favored her with a contract at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer under Samuel Goldwyn. Recognizing her talent and appeal through a thick Southern accent...
6. Ted de Corsia Ted de Corsia Actor, The Killing A big, brawny villain of many 1940s and 1950s films, Ted de Corsia was an actor in touring companies and on radio before making a memorable film debut as the killer in The Lady from Shanghai. Although he occasionally played such sympathetic roles as a judge or prison warden, de Corsia's imposing size, tough New York street demeanor...
7. Jeff Donnell Jeff Donnell Actress, General Hospital A reliable featured player and occasional co-star, actress Jeff Donnell was born Jean Marie Donnell in a boy's reformatory in South Windham, Maine in 1921. The younger of two daughters, her father (Howard) was a penologist and mother (Mildred) a schoolteacher. Raised in Maryland, she took piano and dance lessons while growing up...
8. Proof Proof Soundtrack, The Longest Yard
9. James Brown James Brown Actor, Going My Way James Brown was born March 22, 1920 in the small town of Desdemona, Eastland County, Texas. He graduated from The Desdemona School (grades 1-12), which was built in 1922 (it closed in 1969). Very athletic, Brown became a tennis pro before there was any money in it. He entered films in 1941. Clearly a man of unlimited athletic prowess...
10. Liam Dunn Liam Dunn Actor, Young Frankenstein Liam Dunn was born in New Jersey in 1916, went to regular high school and entered a small acting school where he constantly acted in plays. Dunn was considered for his first movie role in 1968, but turned it down to work on T.V. Dunn's first big break came in 1972 for his character Judge Maxwell in the film What's Up Doc...
11. Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Writer, Slaughterhouse-Five
12. Florence Lake Florence Lake Actress, The Day of the Locust
13. Kent Taylor Kent Taylor Actor, The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues Born Louis William Weiss on May 11, 1907, Kent Taylor was a modestly popular "B" actor of the 1930s and 940s. The tall, dark and handsome leading man who sported rugged looks, a slick, pencil-thin mustache and solid physique was certainly star material with the potential and durability of a Clark Gable and Errol Flynn...
14. Harry Secombe Harry Secombe Actor, Oliver! Harry Secombe was one of Britain's best loved comic entertainers. Born in Swansea, South Wales he began singing as a child in local church choirs. His first job was as a clerk although he had considered a career in opera. During World War Two he served in the Army in North Africa and Italy. He met the...
15. John Bennett John Bennett Actor, The Fifth Element The lean, rather emaciated-looking John Bennett studied acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. After years in repertory theatre, he made his feature debut in 1960, and, thereafter, appeared regularly on British screens. He was prone to perform in diverse ethnic guises, often adopting heavy make-up and using his penchant for accents and dialects...
16. Angela Scoular Angela Scoular Actress, On Her Majesty's Secret Service
17. Darrell Zwerling Darrell Zwerling Actor, Chinatown
18. Rodney Harvey Rodney Harvey Actor, My Own Private Idaho
19. Sang-ok Shin Sang-ok Shin Producer, 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up Shin alleged that he and his wife were kidnapped from their native South Korea in the late 1970s and held for several years in North Korea to make movies for Kim Jong Il, son of the N. Korean leader. Shin Sang-ok sought asylum in the United States in 1986 shortly before the film "Pulgasary" was finished. The couple were granted refuge in the United States.
20. Wanda McKay Wanda McKay Actress, Bowery at Midnight She attended grammar school in Portland, Oregon until her family moved to Fort Worth, Texas, where she graduated from Fort Worth Polytechnic High School. Shortly afterward she proceeded to New York City to become a model. She graced the cover on many national magazines, and was selected as the model for the Chesterfield Girl...
21. Ernst Ziegler Ernst Ziegler Actor, Something for Everyone
22. Simon Channing Williams Simon Channing Williams Producer, The Constant Gardener Simon Channing Williams' career started at the BBC where he worked with amongst others; Stephen Frears, James MacTaggart, Mike Newell, Michael Apted and Mike Leigh. As a result of working with Mike Leigh they jointly formed Thin Man Films in 1988, producing many critically acclaimed films such as the...
23. Ian MacDonald Ian MacDonald Actor, High Noon
24. Hal Cooper Hal Cooper Director, Million Dollar Infield
25. Charlotte Henry Charlotte Henry Actress, Babes in Toyland Charlotte acted from the age of five, and, at thirteen, made her Broadway debut in 'Courage' (1928). She reprised her role on screen in her first movie in 1930. Paramount, wanting to cast an unknown actress in the title role of Alice in Wonderland, picked Charlotte from nearly 7000 applicants worldwide (she was 57th to audition)...
26. Lucy Saroyan Lucy Saroyan Actress, Blue Collar
27. Delphi Lawrence Delphi Lawrence Actress, Bunny Lake Is Missing
28. Diana Darvey Diana Darvey Self, Great Mysteries with Orson Buggy
29. Edna Doré Edna Doré Actress, Nil by Mouth
30. Vivian Nicholson Vivian Nicholson Writer, Spend Spend Spend
31. June Pointer June Pointer Soundtrack, National Lampoon's Vacation June Antoinette Pointer was born on November 30, 1953 in Oakland, California to Reverend Elton Pointer and his wife Sarah. She was the youngest member of the hugely popular and successful soul/R&B group The Pointer Sisters. June attended Edison Elementary School, Elmhurst Junior High, and Castlemont High School...
32. Julio Alemán Julio Alemán Actor, The Green Wall
33. Sydney Mason Sydney Mason Actor, Murder on Stage 9
34. Kote Tolordava Kote Tolordava Actor, Landmine Goes Click
35. Willoughby Goddard Willoughby Goddard Actor, The Wrong Box
36. Jacques Prévert Jacques Prévert Writer, The King and the Mockingbird
37. Peter Ashton Peter Ashton Actor, Lover's Knot
38. Woo-sang Park Woo-sang Park Director, Miami Connection
39. Steven C. Stewart Steven C. Stewart Actor, It Is Fine! Everything Is Fine.
40. Joe Garcio Joe Garcio Actor, Where the West Begins
41. Maria Tallchief Maria Tallchief Self, Episode #4.29
42. Jesse Lasky Jr. Jesse Lasky Jr. Writer, The Ten Commandments Jesse Lasky Jr. was born in the golden age of Hollywood. The son of the man who produced the film town's first feature in a barn, grew up surrounded by the greatest stars, writers, and musicians of the 1920s. After attending Dijon University in France, he returned home to Hollywood to find his world turned upside down by his father's disastrous reversal of fortune on the stock market...
43. Patricia Ziegfeld Stephenson Patricia Ziegfeld Stephenson Miscellaneous Crew, Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women
44. Gérard Tichy Gérard Tichy Actor, Doctor Zhivago
45. Richard Shaw Richard Shaw Actor, The Terrorists
46. Alfons Heck Alfons Heck Self, Heil Hitler! Confessions of a Hitler Youth ALfons Heck was born in or around 1927 in the Mosel River region of the Rhineland. He was raised by his grandmother and various aunts and uncles with his parents and twin brother coming periodically to visit him. When he was six, in 1933, Hitler came to power and he started school with a teacher who was a full blown Nazi...
47. William H. Armstrong William H. Armstrong Writer, Sounder William H Armstrong was a graduate of the Augusta Military Academy and Hampden-Sydney College and, for fifty-two years, taught ancient history and study techniques at the Kent School, a private school located in Connecticut. He was the author of fifteen books for both adults and children.
48. John O'Hara John O'Hara Writer, BUtterfield 8 Prolific American author of the mid-twentieth century. Born in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, he later used the town, under the fictitious name of Gibbsville, as the setting for many of his novels and short stories. Among his books adapted for films are "From the Terrace," "A Rage to Live," "Ten North Frederick,"...
49. Joe King Joe King Actor, Shifting Sands
50. June Jocelyn June Jocelyn Actress, The Ten Commandments
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