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1. Frankie Thomas Frankie Thomas Actor, Tom Corbett, Space Cadet This one-time wiry, curly-haired juvenile actor of 30s Depression era films grabbed major focus toward the end of his acting career as 50s space hero Tom Corbett on the smaller screen, then moved away from the limelight finally seeing his future in the cards. He was born Frank M. Thomas, Jr. on April 9...
2. Lex Barker Lex Barker Actor, Winnetou Barker was a direct descendant of the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams, and of Sir 'William Henry Crichlow', historical governor general of Barbados. He excelled in football and track at Fessenden School and Phillips-Exeter Academy. He went to Princeton but left to become an actor. A year later he was spotted in summer stock and received a contract offer from 20th Century Fox...
3. Bob Marley Bob Marley Soundtrack, In the Name of the Father Bob Marley was born on February 6, 1945, in Nine Miles, Saint Ann, Jamaica, to Norval Marley and Cedella Booker. His father was a Jamaican of English descent. His mother was a black teenager. The couple planned to get married but Norval left Kingston before this could happen. Norval died in 1955, seeing his son only once...
4. Timothy Carey Timothy Carey Actor, Paths of Glory Timothy Carey had one of the most unusual careers of all Hollywood character actors, obtaining full cult status for his portrayals of the doomed, the psychotic and the plain crazy. Carey's career was an "Only in America" type of story, and he retains his status as a Great American Original a decade after his death...
5. Byron Morrow Byron Morrow Actor, Colossus: The Forbin Project
6. Douglas Adams Douglas Adams Writer, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Born Douglas Noel Adams on March 11, 1952 in Cambridge. From 1959 until 1970 he went to Brentwood school in Essex, and his main interest was science. As a student in Cambridge he decided to hitch-hike through Europe to Istanbul, and in order to raise funds for this he took a lot of small jobs. In 1970 he left school to become a writer...
7. Catherine McLeod Catherine McLeod Actress, Days of Our Lives Of Scottish descent, Catherine McLeod was a self-confessed movie fan as a child of the Depression. Born in Santa Monica, she became a theater cashier in Dallas for a time before returning to Los Angeles and studying at an acting school. A talent scout discovered her in a play and signed her to an MGM contract in 1944...
8. Barbara Hutton Barbara Hutton
9. Walter Kinsella Walter Kinsella Actor, Martin Kane
10. Robert Cabal Robert Cabal Actor, Rawhide
11. Howard Morton Howard Morton Actor, The Munsters Today
12. Joan Chandler Joan Chandler Actress, Rope Brunette, delicately featured leading lady, who briefly made an impact through memorable back-to-back appearances in the films Humoresque and Rope. Joan grew up in Butler, Pennsylvania, where her family had a car dealership. Very little is known of her private life, but at least one of her two sisters was a musician...
13. Leigh Snowden Leigh Snowden Actress, All That Heaven Allows The Tennessee-born Snowden (real name: Martha Lee Estes) was a movie actress and model who first made a splash on the Jack Benny TV show, sashaying across the stage at the San Diego Naval base. Twenty thousand sailors gave the curvy sweater-clad starlet a standing ovation that made headlines in "Variety"...
14. Brenda Carlin Brenda Carlin Producer, George Carlin: Jammin' in New York Brenda Hosbrook was born in Dayton, Ohio on August 5th, 1936. In 1960, she met and fell in love with comedian George Carlin and on June 3rd, 1961, they married (George proposed in January). Two years and Twelve days after their marriage, their first and only daughter, Kelly, was born. She remained with George for 34 years until her death from liver cancer on May 11, 1997.
15. Jean Adair Jean Adair Actress, Arsenic and Old Lace Slight, birdlike Jean Adair came to the screen after playing a succession of crotchety or maternal roles on the stage. She was born Violet McNaughton in Ontario, Canada, and absolved her acting studies in Chicago. After extensive touring with local stock companies and a few seasons on the vaudeville Orpheum Circuit performing in one-act plays...
16. Robinson Stone Robinson Stone Actor, Stalag 17
17. John Phillips John Phillips Actor, Becket A tall, imposing character actor with a voice to match, John Phillips brought an authoritative manner and dignified military bearing to his many roles on stage and screen. A decorated veteran of the 1944 Normandy Campaign, Phillips frequently appeared on television as uniformed senior officers and police chief constables...
18. Lester Flatt Lester Flatt Music Department, The Beverly Hillbillies
19. John Swope John Swope Miscellaneous Crew, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
20. Mark Landon Mark Landon Actor, Goodbye America
21. James Dime James Dime Actor, White Woman
22. Lea Marmer Lea Marmer Actress, Easy Rider
23. Bill Peet Bill Peet Writer, Cinderella
24. Jorja Curtright Jorja Curtright Actress, Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
25. David Hallinan David Hallinan Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
26. Stacia Napierkowska Stacia Napierkowska Actress, Les vampires
27. Grigori Kozintsev Grigori Kozintsev Director, Hamlet Grigori Mikhailovich Kozintsev was born on March 22, 1905, in Kiev, Russian Empire (now Kiev, Ukraine). His father, named Mikhail Kozintsev, was a medical doctor. Young Kozintsev studied at the Kiev Gymnazium. There, in 1919, he organized experimental theatre "Arlekin" together with his fellow students Sergei Yutkevich and Aleksei Kapler...
28. Helena McCarthy Helena McCarthy Actress, Staggered
29. Chester Gould Chester Gould Writer, The Dick Tracy Show Chester Gould was interested in comics from an early age. He wrote and drew several strips while attending Oklahoma A&M University and at Northwestern University (where he graduated in 1921). After graduating from the Chicago Art Institute in 1923, Gould went to work for a Chicago area newspaper. Gould found work illustrating several minor comic strips...
30. Frank Jaquet Frank Jaquet Actor, Ace in the Hole A short, extremely fat, jut-jawed character actor who usually played pompous windbags and slimey villains.
31. Birdy Sweeney Birdy Sweeney Actor, The Crying Game Birdy Sweeney began acting when he was in his 50s having spent much of his earlier life as a comic and bird impersonator. He won his distinctive nickname while still a schoolboy making his debut mimicking blackbirds as an 11-year-old on BBC Radio Ulster. Sweeney had a heart attack when he was only 40 and suffered from diabetes throughout his life...
32. Massimo Sarchielli Massimo Sarchielli Actor, Ladyhawke
33. Patrick Fyffe Patrick Fyffe Actor, Dear Ladies One of the most original female impersonators of his generation Patrick Fyffe was better known as Dame Hilda Bracket, the acid tongued singing half of the comedy double act Hinge and Bracket. Accompanied on the piano by her friend Dr. Evadne Hinge (George Logan) the elderly Dame Dame Hilda treated audiences...
34. Dolores Sutton Dolores Sutton Actress, Crimes and Misdemeanors Dolores Sutton was born in New York, New York on February 4, 1927 as Dolores Lila Silverstein to Benjamin and Mary Silverstein. She died on May 11, 2009. She graduated from NYU with a BA Philosophy, 1948. While working on her Masters in 1949, she wrote a radio script (Siblings), sold it to NBC, and landed the voice role...
35. Fernando Soto Fernando Soto Actor, Illusion Travels by Streetcar
36. Ron Ormond Ron Ormond Producer, The Exotic Ones
37. Susan Hawkins Susan Hawkins Actress, Carolyn
38. Doris Eaton Doris Eaton Actress, Man on the Moon Doris Eaton was born in Norfolk, Virginia, into a show business family. The young Doris began appearing on stage with her brothers Charles and Joseph and her sisters Mary and Pearl when she was five years old. She made her Broadway debut aside her brother Charles in "Mother Carey's Chickens" in 1917...
39. Barbara Knudson Barbara Knudson Actress, The Cry Baby Killer
40. Edward Schaaf Edward Schaaf Actor, Up!
41. Isao Natsuyagi Isao Natsuyagi Actor, Kibô no kuni
42. Leo Jokela Leo Jokela Actor, Kaasua, komisario Palmu!
43. Romano Puppo Romano Puppo Actor, 2019: After the Fall of New York
44. Paula Wessely Paula Wessely Actress, Maskerade
45. Thelma Hill Thelma Hill Actress, Two Tars Thelma Hill was born Thelma Floy Hillerman in Emporia, Kansas. Her family moved to Los Angeles, California during her early teen years. Living just blocks from the Mack Sennett studio, Thelma became one of the star struck, wide eyed girls who hung out near the studio peering through the gates. It took her five years...
46. Peggy Shannon Peggy Shannon Actress, Deluge Peggy Shannon was born Winona Sammon on January 10, 1907, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. She attended Catholic school where she became friends with child actress Madge Evans. While visiting her aunt in New York sixteen year old Peggy was discovered by producer Florenz Ziegfeld. He hired her as a chorus girl in The Ziegfeld Follies...
47. Kim Philby Kim Philby
48. Jovan Milicevic Jovan Milicevic Actor, Hanka
49. Michael J. Bird Michael J. Bird Writer, Maelstrom
50. Gene Fowler Jr. Gene Fowler Jr. Editor, The Waltons
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