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1. Steve Reeves Steve Reeves Actor, Hercules Though he did not possess a Herculean acting talent by any stretch, handsome bodybuilder Steve Reeves certainly had an enviable Herculean physique, and made plenty good use of it in Europe during the late 1950s and early 1960s portraying some of filmdom's most famous bronzed gods. Reeves was originally a Montana boy born on a cattle ranch in 1926...
2. Jim Hager Jim Hager Self, Episode #1.1
3. Danny Aiello III Danny Aiello III Stunts, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Danny Aiello was an accomplished producer and director with twenty-five years experience in the industry, receiving considerable notice as one of New York's finest up-and-coming filmmakers. He most recently produced and directed: 18 Shades of Dust, a feature film nominated at the London Film Festival;...
4. Luana Patten Luana Patten Actress, Song of the South One of the first two contract players for Walt Disney Studios, she made her debut in Song of the South as a poor white child fascinated by the stories told by Uncle Remus. She made three more films as a child star, then left film for over 10 years. She returned as an ingénue in Rock, Pretty Baby, and followed that by several teen films...
5. Ayrton Senna Ayrton Senna Self, Roda Viva Ayrton Senna da Silva was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil to a wealthy family. When he was four years old his father Milton bought him a go-kart, and by age eight Ayrton was regularly competing in karting events. His career progressed quickly, and in 1982 he moved to England to pursue his racing. In 1984 he came to the attention of the whole world by racing in Formula One...
6. Glenda Farrell Glenda Farrell Actress, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang After gaining acting experience on the stage, Glenda Farrell became a Warner contract actor in the early 1930s. In spite of her later casting as a hard-boiled reporter in Mystery of the Wax Museum or successful gold digger Gold Diggers of 1935, one of her first roles was the romantic interest of Edward G. Robinson's former partner in Little Caesar...
7. Grant Mitchell Grant Mitchell Actor, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington You would think stage and film veteran Grant Mitchell was born to play stern authoritarians; his father after all was General John Grant Mitchell. But Mitchell would actually be better known for his portrayals of harangued husbands, bemused dads and bilious executives in 30s and 40s films. Born in Columbus...
8. Spike Jones Spike Jones Actor, Fireman Save My Child
9. Helen Wagner Helen Wagner Actress, Guiding Light
10. Marc Rocco Marc Rocco Producer, The Jacket
11. Florence MacMichael Florence MacMichael Actress, Mr. Bevis
12. Assi Dayan Assi Dayan Actor, My Father My Lord
13. Barry Jones Barry Jones Actor, Brigadoon
14. Antonín Dvorák Antonín Dvorák Soundtrack, The Departed Antonin Dvorak was a son of butcher, but he did not follow his father's trade. While assisting his father part-time, he studied music, and graduated from the Prague Organ School in 1859. He also was an accomplished violinist and violist, and joined the Bohemian Theatre Orchestra, which was under the baton of Bedrich Smetana in 1860s...
15. Bo Widerberg Bo Widerberg Director, All Things Fair
16. Gene Sheldon Gene Sheldon Actor, Babes in Toyland Baggy-trousered, banjo-strumming comedian who played small parts in US films and performed in pantomime in TV guest appearances.
17. Skelton Knaggs Skelton Knaggs Actor, Terror by Night Skelton Knaggs was a diminutive, emaciated-looking actor who more or less picked up where the late Dwight Frye left off in the early forties, and created a marvelous gallery of eccentric or sinister background characters in various movies. Two of his most memorable roles: as the constantly grumbling villager Steinmuhl in Universal's "House of Dracula" (1945)...
18. Margaret Sheridan Margaret Sheridan Actress, The Thing from Another World
19. Douglass Watson Douglass Watson Actor, Another World
20. Richard Thorpe Richard Thorpe Director, Jailhouse Rock After working in vaudeville, on the stage and in early movies, Richard Thorpe launched his directing career in 1923. After directing dozens of low-budget comedies and westerns, his talents were recognized in the mid-'30s when he went to work for MGM. Studio honcho Louis B. Mayer valued efficiency in his directors...
21. Joseph Ruttenberg Joseph Ruttenberg Cinematographer, The Philadelphia Story Four-time Oscar-winning cinematographer Joseph Ruttenberg was born in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 1893, at the age of four, his family moved to the United States, eventually settling in Boston. After schooling, he got his first job in 1907 working as a newsboy and personal runner for William Randolph Hearst's 'Boston American'...
22. Paolo Stoppa Paolo Stoppa Actor, Once Upon a Time in the West
23. Danny Gans Danny Gans Actor, Bull Durham Danny's childhood dream was to play third base for the Los Angeles Dodgers. After high school, he was drafted by the Kansas City Royals. The Chicago White Sox drafted Danny after college, where he was an All-American at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. His professional baseball player until an injury ended his career. Many years later, he played a third baseman in the film Bull Durham...
24. Joseph Goebbels Joseph Goebbels Writer, Life Goes On Josef Goebbels, the man who almost single-handedly developed the field of propaganda into an art form, would, for a day, be the leader of World War II Germany. Goebbels was born in the German Rhineland to strict Catholic parents. He was short, standing at just under 5' 6", of small stature and skinny...
25. Hylda Baker Hylda Baker Actress, Oliver! This dark-haired barrel-shaped comedienne and character actress was the daughter of a Lancashire comedian. She made her professional stage debut in 1915 aged 10 and toured for decades in variety and second rank revues, several of which she produced herself. She had a reputation for being difficult to work with...
26. Betsy Jones-Moreland Betsy Jones-Moreland Actress, Creature from the Haunted Sea Betsy Jones-Moreland once said that she never decided to be an actress, it just happened, one step after the other, and that she resisted all the way. She started out doing office work in New York, working for the organization that owned TV shows like Gabby Hayes and Howdy Doody. To overcome shyness...
27. Bernard Archard Bernard Archard Actor, Krull Tall, incisive, aquiline-featured British character actor. Born in Fulham, London, Archard won a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1938. The following year, he made his stage debut opposite Jessica Tandy in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, at the Regent's Park Theatre. A conscientious objector during the war...
28. Henry Levin Henry Levin Director, Journey to the Center of the Earth A former stage actor and director, Henry Levin had a long and prolific career in films. Entering the business in 1943 as a dialogue director, he graduated to directing features the next year, and turned out films in just about every genre over the next 36 years. His heyday was in the 1960s, when he turned out several bright and frothy sex comedies...
29. Sunset Carson Sunset Carson Actor, Battling Marshal An American cowboy star of "B" westerns who had a brief career in the 1940s, Sunset Carson was born with the decidedly unheroic name of Winifred Maurice Harrison (although he was generally known to his family as Michael or Mick) in Gracemore, Oklahoma. He moved to Plainview, Texas, as a boy and became a successful rodeo rider...
30. Gene Markey Gene Markey Writer, Baby Face
31. Marion Mack Marion Mack Actress, The General Many recognise Marion Mack as the beautiful but brainless heroine Annabelle Lee, of Buster Keaton's classic 'The General'. However, few realise that Marion was also a talented screenwriter who, with her husband, formed a successful production team. Born Joey Marion McReery, she began her career as a Mack Sennet Bathing Girl...
32. Jay Presson Allen Jay Presson Allen Writer, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Oscar-nominated screenwriter Jay Presson Allen was born Jacqueline Presson in San Angelo, Texas on March 3, 1922, the daughter of a department store manager. Educated at Miss Hockaday's School for Young Ladies in Dallas, Presson in her own words received no education at all. At the age of 18, she decided to become an actress in New York City...
33. Aram Khachaturyan Aram Khachaturyan Soundtrack, 2001: A Space Odyssey Aram Khachaturyan was born in 1903, in Tiflis, Russian Empire (now Tbilisi, Georgia). He was the fourth son in a modest Armenian family. His father was a book-binder and a craftsman; he noticed the son's musical talent and got him a used piano, but he did not have money for a music teacher. Khachaturyan was self-taught until the age of 19...
34. Eli Woods Eli Woods Actor, A Private Function
35. Heinosuke Gosho Heinosuke Gosho Director, Where Chimneys Are Seen
36. Martin Kevan Martin Kevan Actor, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
37. Nora Cecil Nora Cecil Actress, The Thin Man Goes Home
38. Leon Fan Leon Fan Actor, The Wish Child
39. Nora Swinburne Nora Swinburne Actress, The River Known for her genteel ways and stately beauty in tea service drama, British actress Nora Swinburne was born Elinore Johnson on July 24, 1902, in Bath, England. Performing on stage as both actress and dancer from the age of 10, her father, Henry Swinburne Johnson, manufactured toys for a living. She was a member of Clive Currie's Young Players in 1914 and appeared in shows during that year...
40. Howard Smith Howard Smith Director, Marjoe
41. Artur Rolén Artur Rolén Actor, You and I
42. Lee Tung Foo Lee Tung Foo Actor, Across the Pacific
43. Sergio Franchi Sergio Franchi Self, Episode #4.13 Born in Italy, Franchi made his singing debut at age 10 as a hunchback in a school play. He sang with jazz groups in Italy, but immigrated to South Africa in 1947, after he completed his compulsory military service. He worked as a draftsman and designed commercial interiors working for his father's furniture business...
44. Terry Duggan Terry Duggan Actor, 2001: A Space Odyssey
45. Tybee Brascia Tybee Brascia Actress, The Godfather
46. Snitz Edwards Snitz Edwards Actor, The Thief of Bagdad Snitz Edwards was born Edward Neumann in Hungary. Married first wife in 1889 and was divorced some time later. Although he was almost 20 years older than his wife, Edwards married Eleanor Taylor, an actress from Boston, in 1906. They had three children, Cricket (b. 1906), Evelyn (b. 1914) and Marian (b...
47. Anne Shropshire Anne Shropshire Actress, As the World Turns
48. Gabe Rich Gabe Rich Self, Chopper Down
49. Margaret Bert Margaret Bert Actress, Every Man Has Two Wives
50. Chris Kelly Chris Kelly Self, The 56th Annual Grammy Awards
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