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1. Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock Director, Psycho Alfred Joseph Hitchcock was born in Leytonstone, Essex, England. He was the son of Emma Jane (Whelan; 1863 - 1942) and East End greengrocer William Hitchcock (1862 - 1914). His parents were both of half English and half Irish ancestry. He had two older siblings, William Hitchcock (born 1890) and Eileen Hitchcock (born 1892)...
2. Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins Actor, Who Framed Roger Rabbit Bob Hoskins was born on October 26, 1942, in Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, where his mother was living after being evacuated as a result of the heavy bombings. He is the son of Elsie Lillian (Hopkins), a nursery school teacher and cook, and Robert William Hoskins, Sr., who drove a lorry and worked as a bookkeeper...
3. Mae Clarke Mae Clarke Actress, Frankenstein Vivacious, blonde Mae Clarke was exposed to cinema from an early age, her father being an organist in a motion picture theatre. Growing up in Atlantic City, New Jersey, she learned how to dance and, at the tender age of 13, was already performing in nightclubs and amateur theatricals. In 1924 she was one of "May Dawson's Dancing Girls"...
4. Anthony Mann Anthony Mann Director, El Cid
5. Bill Quinn Bill Quinn Actor, The Birds
6. Philip Perlman Philip Perlman Actor, Man on the Moon
7. Julie Ege Julie Ege Actress, On Her Majesty's Secret Service
8. Nora O'Brien Nora O'Brien Editorial Department, Outbreak
9. Michael Gordon Michael Gordon Director, Pillow Talk A stage actor and director, Michael Gordon broke into films in 1940 as a dialogue director, then became a film editor. He directed his first feature in 1942. He started out with low-budget crime thrillers, but in the late 1940s and early 1950s turned out several well-crafted dramas, notably Cyrano de Bergerac...
10. Brook Williams Brook Williams Actor, Where Eagles Dare Actor Brook Williams appeared in several London stage shows and numerous films. He was the younger son of the famous actor and playwright Emlyn Williams and the brother of the novelist Alan Williams. Born in 1938, he was educated at Stowe School. As a child, he was befriended by the actor Richard Burton. In later years, he became Burton's personal assistant, advisor and collaborator...
11. Alberta Nelson Alberta Nelson Actress, Beach Party Buxom blonde Alberta Nelson appeared in a string of teen beach movies, including Beach Party, Muscle Beach Party and How to Stuff a Wild Bikini. Nelson played "Puss," one of the leather clad "Rat Pack" (aka "Rats & Mice") biker gang. On television, Nelson made a number of appearances on "The Andy Griffith Show", and guested on "The Dick Van Dyke Show".
12. Heather Robertson Heather Robertson Actress, White Chicks
13. Mary Castle Mary Castle Actress, The Lawless Breed
14. Ignacio F. Iquino Ignacio F. Iquino Writer, El difunto es un vivo
15. Joel Goldsmith Joel Goldsmith Composer, Shiloh One of six children of the legendary composer Jerry Goldsmith, and the oldest son, Joel Goldsmith's own career in film scoring began in 1978, when he collaborated with Richard Band on the score for Laserblast. Joel Goldsmith next worked as sound mixer for another Band project, The Day Time Ended before receiving his first solo scoring assignment...
16. Joe May Joe May Director, The Invisible Man Returns A businessman and operetta director, Joe May, one of the founders of the German cinema, started directing films in 1911 and started his own production company a few years later. He gave famous German director Fritz Lang his start in films, employing him as a screenwriter in his early films. After the Nazi takeover...
17. J.M. Kerrigan J.M. Kerrigan Actor, Gone with the Wind Elfin character player who, sometimes ornery, sometimes self-righteous and usually puffin' away on his pipe, would likely elude the mischief he made for others! (Rather like his countryman Barry Fitzgerald, with a bit more shiftiness - a bit more of a mean streak perhaps.)
18. Arve Opsahl Arve Opsahl Actor, Olsen-banden Arve Opsahl was Norway's first stand up comedian. Perhaps along with Rolv Wesenlund and Jon Skolmen. The term used back then was one man show (only in 1993 "stand up" was starting to get used in Norway).
19. William Gillette William Gillette Writer, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Handsome American actor, playwright and stage director/producer William Gillette was born in Hartford, CT, in 1853. His father Francis was a former United States Senator and crusader for women's suffrage and the abolition of slavery; his mother Elisabeth Daggett Hooker is a descendant of Rev. Thomas Hooker...
20. Mariana Levy Mariana Levy Actress, The Mischievous Dreamer
21. Andre Philippe Andre Philippe Actor, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
22. William J. Bell William J. Bell Writer, The Young and the Restless
23. Raymond Bussières Raymond Bussières Actor, The King and the Mockingbird
24. Kiki of Montparnasse Kiki of Montparnasse Actress, The Starfish
25. Stephen Oliver Stephen Oliver Composer, Lady Jane
26. Beverly Simmons Beverly Simmons Actress, Buck Privates Come Home
27. Paula Strasberg Paula Strasberg Miscellaneous Crew, Some Like It Hot
28. Jackie Searl Jackie Searl Actor, The Paleface A fairly well-known child actor who never made it to the ranks of a Jackie Cooper or Freddie Bartolomew, Jackie Searl nevertheless gained a film following in the 30s. A bratty counterpart to Jane Withers, the blond, freckled, clean-cut Jackie was born in Anaheim, California in 1921 and started on L.A...
29. Martin Wyldeck Martin Wyldeck Actor, Night Must Fall
30. G.W. Bitzer G.W. Bitzer Cinematographer, The Birth of a Nation
31. Cy Howard Cy Howard Writer, My Friend Irma
32. Mario David Mario David Actor, Oscar
33. Mohan Gokhale Mohan Gokhale Actor, Mississippi Masala
34. Fred Coe Fred Coe Producer, A Thousand Clowns
35. Munawar Zarif Munawar Zarif Actor, Dracula in Pakistan He came, saw and conquered, this was Munawar Zareef. He was not only the younger brother of Zareef he was also a great fan and follower of his brother. His showbiz journey was started with film Dandian (1961). Almost 300 films are on his credit, each and every one has excellent performance and it is very hard to tell which one is better...
36. Blackjack Ward Blackjack Ward Actor, The Ghost Rider
37. Glen Byam Shaw Glen Byam Shaw Actor, Look Back in Anger
38. George Sidney George Sidney Actor, Manhattan Melodrama
39. Louis Mercanton Louis Mercanton Director, Queen Elizabeth
40. Walter E. Sear Walter E. Sear Composer, The Beyond
41. Kô Nishimura Kô Nishimura Actor, Yojimbo
42. John Pearce John Pearce Actor, THX 1138
43. Ryan Cosgrove Ryan Cosgrove Art Department, The Polar Express
44. Ramil Rodriguez Ramil Rodriguez Actor, Sinasamba kita
45. Georges Aminel Georges Aminel Actor, B.C. Rock Born Jacques Maline (Aminel being an anagram of his second name), Geroges Aminel was born to a Parisian mother and a father from Martinique. Being biracial would prove a never-ending problem for someone who aspired to become a great name of the theatre. Georges Aminel started his career very early, at the tender age of 19...
46. Mick Ronson Mick Ronson Self, Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
47. Michela Roc Michela Roc Actress, Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory
48. Muhsin Ertugrul Muhsin Ertugrul Director, Kiz Kulesinde bir facia
49. Iveta Bartosová Iveta Bartosová Self, Episode dated 18 March 2005
50. Albert Hofmann Albert Hofmann Self, Hofmann's Potion
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