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1. Dick Clark Dick Clark Self, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Dick Clark was born and raised in Mount Vernon, New York on November 30, 1929 to Julia Fuller and Richard Augustus Clark. He had one older brother, Bradley, who was killed in World War II. At the age of 16, Clark got his first job in the mailroom of WRUN, a radio station in Utica, New York, which was owned by his uncle and managed by his father...
2. Albert Einstein Albert Einstein Self, World Leaders on Peace and Democracy Son of Hermann and Pauline Einstein. His father was a featherbed salesman. Albert began reading and studying science at a young age, and he graduated from a Swiss high school when he was 17. He then attended a Swiss Polytechnic, where he met his first wife. He graduated in 1900, and became a Swiss citizen in 1901...
3. David Clarke David Clarke Actor, The Narrow Margin Classic film-noir character actor best known for his roles in The Set-Up, The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery and The Narrow Margin, David Clarke made his Broadway debut in "Journeyman" in 1938, and subsequently appeared in "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" with Raymond Massey. He also played at the Biltmore Theatre in Los Angeles...
4. Joy Page Joy Page Actress, Casablanca Actress Joy Page (nee Joy C. Paige) received her exotic good looks from her father, actor Don Alvarado (real name Jose Paige), who played dashing Latin-lover types in silent films. Her mother was actress Ann Boyar (1908 - 1990). Following her parents' divorce, Joy's mother married Warner Bros. studio chief Jack L. Warner and it was this association that jump-started her acting career...
5. Ben Hecht Ben Hecht Writer, Notorious Ben Hecht, one of Hollywood & Broadway's greatest writers, won an Oscar for best original story for Underworld at the first Academy Awards in 1929 and had a hand in the writing of many classic films. He was nominated five more times for the best writing Oscar, winning (along with writing partner and friend Charles MacArthur...
6. Will Hay Will Hay Actor, Oh, Mr. Porter! William Thompson Hay was probably one of the most versatile of entertainers. He was not only a character comedian of the first rank, but was also an astronomer of high repute - he discovered the spot on the planet Saturn in 1933 - and a fully qualified air pilot; he was once an engineer. Born at Stockton on Tees in 1888...
7. Marcel Pagnol Marcel Pagnol Writer, Jean de Florette
8. Betty Compson Betty Compson Actress, The Docks of New York Betty Compson was born Eleanor Luicime Compson on March 19, 1897, in Beaver, Utah. After her father's death she dropped out of school to help her family. She began her show business career as a violinist and toured with her mother in vaudeville. Betty was offered a contract with Al Christie in 1915...
9. Frances Rafferty Frances Rafferty Actress, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood A pouty-lipped glamour girl in "B" films during the 1940s, actress Frances Rafferty did a complete role reversal and turned wholesome housewife on TV into the next decade. Born on June 16, 1922 in Sioux City, Iowa, Frances Anne Rafferty and her family, during the Depression era, moved to Los Angeles in search of work...
10. Peter Dennis Peter Dennis Actor, Shrek
11. Michael Adams Michael Adams Stunts, Catch Me If You Can
12. Thor Heyerdahl Thor Heyerdahl Self, Kon-Tiki
13. Francis De Wolff Francis De Wolff Actor, From Russia with Love
14. Allen Swift Allen Swift Actor, Mad Monster Party?
15. William H. O'Brien William H. O'Brien Actor, Let Us Be Gay
16. Pattie Chapman Pattie Chapman Actress, Archie's Singing Contest
17. Kay Linaker Kay Linaker Actress, Drums Along the Mohawk Kay Linaker was educated at a private school in Connecticut and later attended New York University. While living in New York, she became interested in the stage and began attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Her work in several small Broadway roles brought her to the attention of screen scouts and she was signed for movie work...
18. Georgia Schmidt Georgia Schmidt Actress, Goin' South
19. Ivica Vidovic Ivica Vidovic Actor, WR: Mysteries of the Organism
20. Tony Frank Tony Frank Actor, Lone Star
21. Irving Cummings Irving Cummings Director, Curly Top New York-born Irving Cummings began his career as an actor on the Broadway stage in his late teens, and appeared with the legendary Lillian Russell's company. He entered films in 1909 as an actor, and became a very popular leading man in the early 1920s. He began directing at around that time, turning out mostly action films and an occasional comedy...
22. Eduardo Alcaraz Eduardo Alcaraz Actor, Zorro: The Gay Blade
23. Joey Yale Joey Yale Actor, The Private Pleasures of John C. Holmes
24. Pat Kennedy Pat Kennedy Self, The Jeffrey Dahmer Files
25. Glenn Tryon Glenn Tryon Actor, Lonesome
26. Werner Pochath Werner Pochath Actor, Flatfoot in Africa
27. John Patton Jr. John Patton Jr. Actor, The Color Purple
28. Robert Haines Robert Haines Actor, A Bolt of Lightning
29. Ernie Pyle Ernie Pyle Writer, Story of G.I. Joe The two greatest American war correspondents of World War II were Edward R. Murrow on radio and Ernie Pyle in print. Murrow is more famous today because he survived the war to do some of the best television journalism in the early days of that medium. However, during the war, Pyle was more popular, especially among the GIs at the front...
30. Sandy Frank Sandy Frank Writer, Episode #1.9
31. Stephanie Parker Stephanie Parker Actress, Movement
32. James Drake James Drake Actor, Target Earth
33. Ruth Berle Ruth Berle Actress, Lucy Meets the Berles
34. Frédéric Rossif Frédéric Rossif Director, Mourir à Madrid Fled Yugoslavia during World War II. Moved to France and started his career in the French Film Industry.
35. Emil Loteanu Emil Loteanu Director, Queen of the Gypsies
36. Vytautas Sapranauskas Vytautas Sapranauskas Actor, Redirected Vytautas Sapranauskas was a comedian and actor from Lithuania. He was really popular in Lithuania for his jokes, black humor, great TV show presenting, for acting famous theatre roles and being a judge on X Factor. Before his death, he started skipping his job as host on the popular TV show 'Wars of Chores'. Then, unfortunately, in 2013, his son found him dead.
37. John Lee Mahin John Lee Mahin Writer, Scarface
38. Ed McDaniel Ed McDaniel Actor, Starrcade Ed "Chief Wahoo" McDaniel will always be recognized as one of the most influential Native American wrestlers of all time. McDaniel was originally a football player. While playing football for the Oklahoma Sooners (in college), he kicked a 91-yard punt, the 6th longest punt in NCAA history. McDaniel was drafted by the Houston Oilers (who are now the Tennessee Titans) and played there in 1960...
39. Ann Morrison Ann Morrison Actress, General Hospital
40. Bernard Edwards Bernard Edwards Soundtrack, Toy Story 3
41. Robert D. Webb Robert D. Webb Director, Beneath the 12-Mile Reef
42. Herman Miller Herman Miller Writer, Coogan's Bluff
43. Winifred Harris Winifred Harris Actress, Night Must Fall
44. Tom Hull Tom Hull Actor, Little Monsters
45. Isoroku Yamamoto Isoroku Yamamoto Self, Price for Peace Isoroku Yamamoto was born on April 4, 1884, in Nagoka, Japan, the last of seven children. His first name "Isoroku" translates into the number "56", which was his father's age when he was born. He lived near Nagaoka, entered the Imperial Naval School at age 16 and was an ensign on a cruiser during the Battle of Tshushima on May 27...
46. Charles Waldron Jr. Charles Waldron Jr. Actor, For You I Die
47. John Parrish John Parrish Actor, The Ten Commandments
48. Gay Seabrook Gay Seabrook Actress, Keyhole Katie
49. Edward H. Plumb Edward H. Plumb Music Department, Dumbo
50. Victoria O'Keefe Victoria O'Keefe Actress, Threads Victoria O'Keefe was born on March 27, 1969 in England. Victoria attended St. Joseph's RC School, St. John Fisher RC High School, and Dewsbury College in Dewsbury, England. She joined the Dewsbury Arts Group at age eleven. O'Keefe played the title character in the children's TV mini-series "Letty" and...
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