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1. Erin Moran Erin Moran Actress, Happy Days Born in Burbank, California, USA on October 18, 1960, Erin Moran was the youngest daughter of Sharon and Edward Moran, who have five other children. She attended Walter Reed Junior High School for one year and North Hollywood High School for another year. Her first professional acting job was in a TV commercial...
2. Albert Salmi Albert Salmi Actor, Caddyshack Albert Salmi was born on March 11, 1927, in Brooklyn, New York, to Finnish parents. After serving in the Army during WWII, he used the GI Bill to study at the Dramatic Workshop of the American Theater Wing and the prestigious Actors Studio. He became a stage actor, very soon landing on Broadway, where his role as Bo Decker in "Bus Stop" was his biggest stage success...
3. Linda Lovelace Linda Lovelace Actress, Linda Lovelace for President Linda Lovelace, the most famous porn star of all time, was born Linda Boreman in 1949. In the late 1960s she began a relationship with Chuck Traynor and eventually married him. She appeared in eight 8mm hardcore fetish loops, including one in which she had sex with a dog. She is most well known for the hardcore porn feature Deep Throat...
4. Alida Valli Alida Valli Actress, The Third Man Enigmatic, dark-haired foreign import Alida Valli was dubbed "The Next Garbo" but didn't live up to postwar expectations despite her cool, patrician beauty, remote allure and significant talent. Born in Pola, Italy (now Croatia), on May 3, 1921, the daughter of a Tridentine journalist and professor and an Istrian homemaker...
5. Will Geer Will Geer Actor, The Waltons Will Geer was born William Aughe Ghere in Frankfort, Indiana, to Katherine (Aughe), a teacher, and Roy Aaron Ghere, a postal worker. Will admired his grandfather, a man who said hello to trees by their Latin names and who had used what he brought back to Indiana from the California gold rush to build Frankfort's first opera house...
6. Bert Remsen Bert Remsen Actor, The Bodyguard American character actor who became a casting director following an accident, then returned to acting years later. The son of a New York policeman, Remsen lived a colorful life before turning to acting. He made his film debut in 1959 and was busy before the cameras in both film and television. Five years later...
7. Richard Nixon Richard Nixon Self, David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon
8. Tom Conway Tom Conway Actor, Peter Pan Tom Conway played "The Falcon" in ten of that series' entries. He starred in three Val Lewton horror classics. He appeared in comedies, musicals, two Tarzan films and even science fiction films. He was early television's Detective Mark Saber, but Conway will probably be best remembered as George Sanders' brother...
9. Charles Middleton Charles Middleton Actor, Duck Soup Charles Middleton was born on October 3, 1874 in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. He was the son of a millionaire and did not have to work, but apparently went into acting because he needed to find a way to express himself. He worked in a traveling circus, in vaudeville, and acted in live theatre before he turned to motion pictures in 1920...
10. Lionel Atwill Lionel Atwill Actor, Captain Blood On October 14, 1942, Lionel Atwill was sentenced to five years' probation on a perjury conviction stemming from his grand jury testimony the previous year on a morals charge stemming from his showing pornographic movies to party goers at his home during his 1940 Christmas party. Atwill, the victim of an attempted shakedown...
11. Andrea King Andrea King Actress, The Beast with Five Fingers Andrea King was born Georgette André Barry in Paris, France, however she lived there only two months before her mother, Belle Hart, brought her back to the United States. Belle was an ambulance driver on the front lines during World War I, as well as a dancer with the renowned Isadora Duncan. Andrea was raised in Forest Hills...
12. Jack Cardiff Jack Cardiff Cinematographer, Rambo: First Blood Part II Almost universally considered one of the greatest cinematographers of all time, Jack Cardiff was also a notable director. He described his childhood as very happy and his parents as quite loving. They performed in music hall as comedians, so he grew up with the fun that came with their theatrical life in pantomime and vaudeville...
13. Mario Alcalde Mario Alcalde Actor, Dead Ringer
14. Mary Scott Mary Scott Actress, Kings Row
15. Norman Bird Norman Bird Actor, The Lord of the Rings
16. Gustavo Rojo Gustavo Rojo Actor, Destilando amor
17. Ken Annakin Ken Annakin Director, Battle of the Bulge A former salesman and journalist, Ken Annakin got into the film industry making documentary shorts. His feature debut, Holiday Camp, was a comedy about a Cockney family on vacation. It was made for the Rank Organization and was a modest success, spawning three sequels, all of which he directed. He worked steadily thereafter...
18. Irene Rich Irene Rich Actress, Angel and the Badman Born Irene Luther on October 13, 1891, silent-screen femme Irene Rich came from a once well-to-do family in Buffalo, New York. Her father had a reversal of fortune while she was quite young and the family subsequently had to move to California. Following her education, Irene pursued a career as a realtor...
19. Lamberto Maggiorani Lamberto Maggiorani Actor, Bicycle Thieves
20. William Hjortsberg William Hjortsberg Writer, Angel Heart
21. Steffi Duna Steffi Duna Actress, Waterloo Bridge A vintner's daughter, she was trained as a ballet dancer at the Budapest Opera. While still in her teens, she began on stage in amateur theatricals. By the early 1930's, she performed professionally in Salzburg, Berlin and London, appearing in the plays 'Wonder Bar' and 'Words and Music' (with John Mills)...
22. Stanley Ridges Stanley Ridges Actor, To Be or Not to Be Born in England in 1891, Stanley Ridges would become a protégé of Beatrice Lillie, a star of musical comedies, and spent a great many years learning and honing his craft on the stage. He eventually would make his way over to America, and become a romantic leading man on Broadway. His first film appearance was in Success...
23. Mary Philips Mary Philips Actress, A Farewell to Arms Brunette, convent-educated Mary Philips was an accomplished actress on the New York stage by the time she met the actor Humphrey Bogart in 1924 and became his 'speakeasy touring companion'. While both encouraged each other's prodigious affinity for alcohol, Mary proved beneficial in getting Bogie to approach his craft more seriously...
24. Richie Havens Richie Havens Soundtrack, Django Unchained
25. Fiona Hale Fiona Hale Actress, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
26. Marilyn Cooper Marilyn Cooper Actress, Keeping the Faith
27. Joe Jafo Carriere Joe Jafo Carriere Actor, Bleed for This
28. Anne Howard Anne Howard Actress, The Ghost of Rashmon Hall
29. Vivi Bach Vivi Bach Self, Wünsch dir was
30. Vera Reynolds Vera Reynolds Actress, Almost Human
31. Peter Reynolds Peter Reynolds Actor, Devil Girl from Mars
32. Jackie Phelps Jackie Phelps Self, Hee Haw
33. Anne Pitoniak Anne Pitoniak Actress, Agnes of God
34. Lois Lilienstein Lois Lilienstein Actress, Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show
35. Henry Scott Henry Scott Actor, The Twilight Zone
36. Pat Tillman Pat Tillman Self, 1998 NFL Draft
37. Jack DeWitt Jack DeWitt Writer, A Man Called Horse
38. Witold Pyrkosz Witold Pyrkosz Actor, M jak milosc
39. Aida the Dog Aida the Dog Actress, Spaced
40. Amparo Iturbi Amparo Iturbi Actress, Two Girls and a Sailor
41. Conchita Montenegro Conchita Montenegro Actress, Lola Montes
42. Audree Norton Audree Norton Actress, Mannix Audree Norton was born in Great Falls, Montana and attended the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Gallaudet University in 1952. That same year she married Kenneth Norton in Houston, Texas. Her first appearance on television was in the mid-1950s doing live commercials for Royal Crown Cola on a Houston television station...
43. Paul Davis Paul Davis Soundtrack, Hope Floats
44. Dwight V. Babcock Dwight V. Babcock Writer, The Mummy's Curse Dwight Vincent Babcock, notable for his scripting of low-budget horror movies for the major studios' B-units, began his writing career in the dime pulps. He contributed sporadically for Black Mask (edited by the legendary Joe "Cap" Shaw, who later became Babcock's agent) in the 1930s before succumbing to the allure and relative financial stability of Hollywood...
45. Miguel Torruco Miguel Torruco Actor, The River and Death
46. Erma Bombeck Erma Bombeck Self, Texaco Star Theatre Presents Bob Hope in 'Who Makes the World Laugh?' Often called one of the greatest humorists America has produced in the last 50 years, Erma Bombeck was a product of the American midwest. A journalist at the Dayton Herald in Ohio for four years, she quit to raise a family. Bored as a housewife, she began to write humorous columns for a local newspaper...
47. Jane Froman Jane Froman Self, The Jane Froman Show
48. Mircea Eliade Mircea Eliade Writer, Youth Without Youth Romanian philosopher Mircea Eliade was born in 1907 in Bucharest. He was a precocious child and published works for the first time at the age of 13. He studied in Cernavoda, Bucharest, finished Philosophy courses at the University of Bucharest at the age of 21, and went to Calcutta, India, to study Sanskrit and Yoga...
49. Atif Kaptan Atif Kaptan Actor, Sari Zeybek
50. Pat Billingsley Pat Billingsley Actor, The Untouchables He was a mathematician whose research was mainly devoted to Probability Theory. His book entitled "Probability and Measure" is considered as a classic reference in Probability. In 1958 he became a professor of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Chicago and retired in 1994. More details can be found at the Wikipedia.
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