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1. Suzanne Crough Suzanne Crough Actress, What? and Get Out of Show Business? Suzanne, born in Fullerton, California and best known as "Tracy" on "The Partridge Family", had a short career which included 5 differing roles and 3 voice roles (two of them as Tracy Partridge in cartoons). She was a Pierce College alumnae and a bookstore owner until 1993. At one time, Suzanne lived with her husband and their two daughters, Samantha and Alexandra, in Temecula, California...
2. Mario Bava Mario Bava Cinematographer, A Bay of Blood Italian director Mario Bava was born on July 31, 1914 in the coastal northern Italian town of San Remo. His father, Eugenio Bava (1886-1966), was a cinematographer in the early days of the Italian film industry. Bava was trained as a painter, and when he eventually followed his father into film photography...
3. Lynne Frederick Lynne Frederick Actress, Nicholas and Alexandra Actress Lynne Frederick was a beautiful English rose mostly known for her marriages to comic-acting genius Peter Sellers and a pre-knighthood Sir David Frost, as well as an untimely death at the age of 39 from substance abuse. After a promising start in motion pictures, Frederick's acting career stagnated during the late 1970s...
4. Stanley Adams Stanley Adams Actor, Breakfast at Tiffany's Stocky character actor Stanley Adams had a relatively minor career in motion pictures, with the possible exception of his baby-faced millionaire Rusty Trawler of Breakfast at Tiffany's fame. Otherwise, he played innumerable minor ethnic villains, bartenders and avuncular, fast-talking characters, known in the credits only by their first names...
5. Marian Mercer Marian Mercer Actress, Nine to Five
6. Adam Roarke Adam Roarke Actor, Hells Angels on Wheels Burly Brooklyn-born tough guy Adam Roarke made an infamous name for himself in 1960s biker flicks, usually donning a black leather jacket and a mean, mean scowl, typically the head of a bunch of hell-raisers. Nine of his more than 30 films would be in motorcycle movies, sometimes at odds with young rebel Jack Nicholson before his 'Easy Rider' fame...
7. Tom Tully Tom Tully Actor, The Caine Mutiny Colorado-born Tom Tully got into the acting business after a stint in the U.S. Navy. He had extensive experience in radio and on the stage before making his film debut in Northern Pursuit. Tully worked steadily for the remainder of his career, and was typically cast as a somewhat tough but basically decent cop...
8. Andrew Lesnie Andrew Lesnie Cinematographer, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
9. Arthur Shields Arthur Shields Actor, The Quiet Man Though not as well known as his nearly decade-older brother Barry Fitzgerald, Shields was a talented actor with well over twice the film roles in his career. Fitzgerald was already a well established player at the renowned Dublin Abbey Theater when Shields, also bitten by the acting bug, joined in 1914...
10. Olaf Wieghorst Olaf Wieghorst Actor, El Dorado
11. Wendell Holmes Wendell Holmes Actor, Elmer Gantry
12. Katherine DeMille Katherine DeMille Actress, Charlie Chan at the Olympics
13. Paul Lambert Paul Lambert Actor, Planet of the Apes Veteran character actor Paul Lambert was born in El Paso, Texas, and brought up in Kansas City. He was an Army Air Corps lieutenant in World War II. Using the G.I. Bill, he attended the Actors Lab in Los Angeles and several acting schools in New York. He made his motion picture debut in Spartacus...
14. Edward R. Murrow Edward R. Murrow Self, Harvest of Shame Pioneering radio and TV reporter who was the dominant figure in American broadcast journalism during its early years. His dramatic, in-person coverage of the 1938 German occupation of Austria, the 1939 German blitzkrieg against Czechoslovakia and the 10-month-long Battle of Britain, fought in the skies between 1940 and 1941...
15. Jack Murdock Jack Murdock Actor, Rain Man Jack Murphy during the 1960's and 1970's played in commercials for "Grandpas" discount stores in the Midwest. He was well known and played a "Grandpa" type character complete with overalls, bald head, glasses and a country accent to complete his character. Very successful and well received by the viewing public his longevity was unparalleled.
16. Kathleen Fleming Kathleen Fleming Producer, The Lego Movie Kathleen is survived by her parents, Charles and Linda Fleming of Jasper, Georgia; her brother and sister-in-law, Charles and Debra Fleming of Atlanta, Georgia; her niece, Samantha Fleming, of Atlanta, Georgia; and her nephews, Henry and Joshua Fleming, of Atlanta, Georgia. Born in the small Southern coastal town of Brunswick...
17. Jack Emrek Jack Emrek Actor, Tankers in Space
18. Manolo Morán Manolo Morán Actor, Welcome Mr. Marshall! He founded with Luis Escobar the 'Teatro Espanol de la Falange'. He began there as an actor. His debut in cinema was in 1939.
19. Peter Mamakos Peter Mamakos Actor, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
20. Feroz Khan Feroz Khan Actor, Janasheen Firoz was born in Bangalore on September 25, 1939 to a Pathan father, Sadiq, and an Iranian mother, Fatima. He has three brothers, Abbas alias Sanjay, Akbar, and Sameer. Both Sanjay and Akbar are actors within their own rights, while Sameer is a film-maker and assists in their Golden Palms Spa located in Bangalore...
21. Nicholas Kallsen Nicholas Kallsen Actor, Say Anything...
22. Al Ashton Al Ashton Actor, Gladiator
23. Gabriel Figueroa Gabriel Figueroa Cinematographer, Kelly's Heroes
24. Roy Del Ruth Roy Del Ruth Director, Topper Returns Roy Del Ruth was born on Oct. 18, 1895 in Philadelphia, PA, Del Ruth began his Hollywood career during the silent era as a writer for Mack Sennett in 1915.He began directing in 1919 for Sennett with his first short film Hungry Lions. In the early 1920s, he moved over to features with such early efforts as "Asleep at the Switch" (1923)...
25. Andréa Parisy Andréa Parisy Actress, The Great Promenade
26. Jana Taylor Jana Taylor Actress, General Hospital
27. Elaine Anderson Elaine Anderson Actress, Step Lively
28. Bradley Jay Lesley Bradley Jay Lesley Actor, Little Big League Played major league baseball for the Cincinnati Reds and Milwaukee Brewers from 1982 to 1986 (pitcher). Played in Japan leagues from 1987 until 1989. He speaks fluent Japanese.
29. Howard Brookner Howard Brookner Director, Bloodhounds of Broadway
30. Robert L. Joseph Robert L. Joseph Writer, The Hitch-Hiker
31. George Dunn George Dunn Actor, Operation Petticoat
32. Carlos Villarías Carlos Villarías Actor, Drácula
33. Al Hirt Al Hirt Soundtrack, Kill Bill: Vol. 1
34. Hobart Cavanaugh Hobart Cavanaugh Actor, Captain Blood Worried-looking, balding, moustachioed and usually bespectacled small part character actor, prolific during the 1930s and 40s. Hobart Cavanaugh played downtrodden or henpecked little men -- the perennial victim, forever nervous or bewildered -- to absolute perfection. He was most at home as clerks, mailmen...
35. David Scarboro David Scarboro Actor, Scorched Silk and Other Delights David fell to his death on April 27th, 1988, at the age of 20. Although he had suffered periods of depression, the official coroner's verdict regarding his death was "accidental". His recurring role as tearaway Mark Fowler on EastEnders was recast two years later with former child actor Todd Carty
36. Vicki Sue Robinson Vicki Sue Robinson Soundtrack, Chasing Amy Beautiful, vibrant and talented actress and singer Vicki Sue Robinson was born on May 31, 1954 in Harlem, New York City and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of white folk singer Jolly Robinson and black Shakespearean actor Bill Robinson. (Robinson was actually part white, part black...
37. Vincent Bryan Vincent Bryan Writer, The Scrub Lady
38. Verne Gagne Verne Gagne Self, AWA All-Star Wrestling An amateur and professional wrestling legend, Verne Gagne's career covers the entire period of wrestling from the "real" to "fake" to "entertainment" eras. Gagne won two NCAA wrestling championships while at the University of Minnesota, and was a member of the 1948 Olympic Wrestling team for the United States...
39. Gilles Grangier Gilles Grangier Director, Archimède, le clochard
40. Alan Le May Alan Le May Writer, The Searchers Alan Le May was a novelist, short-story writer and screenwriter, although today he may be best remembered for his novels which served as the basis for two classic westerns, The Searchers and The Unforgiven. He started his career as a journalist before becoming a full-time author (he wrote 17 novels in all).
41. Gustav Ucicky Gustav Ucicky Director, Der zerbrochene Krug
42. Charles Brewer Charles Brewer Actor, Airport
43. Mstislav Rostropovich Mstislav Rostropovich Self, Elegiya zhizni. Rostropovich. Vishnevskaya. Mstislav Rostropovich was a Russian cellist, pianist, conductor, pedagogue and political figure whose international performances and public appearances symbolized the struggle of intellectuals against the rigid Soviet Communism. He was born Mstislav Leopoldovich Rostropovich on March 27, 1927, in Baku...
44. Scott Bradley Scott Bradley Soundtrack, Due Date
45. Carlos Castaneda Carlos Castaneda Writer, The Teachings of Don Juan Carlos Castaneda, dubbed "godfather of the New Age movement," was born in Peru and came to the United States in 1951, originally hoping to make it as a sculptor. He worked a series of odd jobs and took classes in philosophy, literature and creative writing. While a graduate student in anthropology at UCLA...
46. Eva Moore Eva Moore Actress, The Old Dark House
47. John McKelvey John McKelvey Actor, The Tale of Ruby Rose
48. Ronald Gow Ronald Gow Writer, Love on the Dole
49. Ernie Barnes Ernie Barnes Art Department, Black Jesus
50. Attila Hörbiger Attila Hörbiger Actor, Das vierte Gebot
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