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1. Mary Ellen Trainor Mary Ellen Trainor Actress, Die Hard Mary Ellen Trainor was born in Chicago, Illinois. She appeared in many feature-films of the 1980s, notable characters include, Elaine, the kidnapped sister of Kathleen Turner and the catalyst for the entire plot in Romancing the Stone, Dr. Stephanie Woods (LA Police Psychiatrist) in in all four Lethal Weapon films...
2. Gilda Radner Gilda Radner Actress, Saturday Night Live Gilda Radner was one of the great comic geniuses of the 20th century, ranked up with Lucille Ball and other comedy legends of the highest caliber. She was born on June 28, 1946, in Detroit, Michigan, the younger of two children of Henrietta (Dworkin), a legal secretary, and Herman Radner, a businessman...
3. Dorothy Neumann Dorothy Neumann Actress, The Terror
4. Lucy Gordon Lucy Gordon Actress, Spider-Man 3
5. Randy Savage Randy Savage Actor, Spider-Man One of the most colorful wrestlers in and out of the ring, Randy "Macho Man" Savage became a larger-than-life pop icon along with other wrestling superstars, such as "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Hulk Hogan, Jimmy Snuka (aka "Superfly Jimmy Snuka"), Jesse Ventura and Dwayne Johnson (aka "The Rock")...
6. Jon Pertwee Jon Pertwee Actor, Doctor Who Jon Pertwee is best known for his portrayal of the Doctor, on the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He portrayed the Doctor from 1970 to 1974. His 60-year entertainment career included work in radio, films, and cabaret. This was despite the inauspicious beginning of having been thrown out of drama school as a young man and told he had no future as an actor...
7. J.D. Cannon J.D. Cannon Actor, Cool Hand Luke John Donovan Cannon graduated from high school in his hometown of Salmon, Idaho, in 1940. His subsequent studies at the Academy of Dramatic Arts were interrupted as a result of wartime military service from 1942 to 1945. After the war, Cannon returned to New York to complete his training and acting on the stage...
8. Robin Gibb Robin Gibb Soundtrack, Good Will Hunting Robin Gibb was born in 1949 on the Isle of Man, about half an hour before his twin brother Maurice. His parents, Barbara and Hugh, were both musical. Barbara sang and Hugh was a drummer and bandleader. Robin had four siblings - an older sister and brother, Lesley and Barry, twin Maurice and younger brother Andy...
9. Dean Harens Dean Harens Actor, General Hospital
10. Peter Bull Peter Bull Actor, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
11. Rosanna Huffman Rosanna Huffman Actress, Babe
12. Leonard Penn Leonard Penn Actor, Bachelor Mother
13. Barbara Murray Barbara Murray Actress, Passport to Pimlico A self-assured and stylish actress, Barbara Murray was born into a showbusiness family, the daughter of actors and granddaughter of professional ballroom dancers. She was first thrust into the limelight as a six year old, dancing in the family variety act. Barbara and her mother were evacuated to Wales upon the outbreak of World War II...
14. Oleg Yankovskiy Oleg Yankovskiy Actor, Nostalgia Yankovsky was named best actor in a 1984 reader poll by Soviet Screen for his role in "In Love Because He Wants to Be." He was awarded the State Prize in 1987 for his role in "Flying Asleep and Awake." In 1989 he received the Vasiliev State Prize for his role in "The Kreutzer Sonata." Yakovsky was given the lifetime achievement award at the 1983 All-Union Film Festival...
15. George Memmoli George Memmoli Actor, Rocky
16. Ernest Sarracino Ernest Sarracino Actor, The Hudsucker Proxy
17. Ray Manzarek Ray Manzarek Soundtrack, Forrest Gump
18. Claire Wilbur Claire Wilbur Actress, Score Lovely, striking, and commanding brunette Claire Wilbur was born on June 8, 1933 in Connecticut. Claire portrayed predatory and calculating bisexual swinger Elvira in the Off-Broadway stage production of the racy Jerry Douglas play "Score," which ran from October 28, 1970 to November 15, 1970 at the Martinique Theatre...
19. Jane Downs Jane Downs Actress, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
20. Harriet Medin Harriet Medin Actress, The Terminator Born in Somerville, Massachusetts, on March 14, 1914, Harriet White Medin started out as a dental assistant and cleaned the teeth of young John and Robert Kennedy. After deciding to pursue work in the theater and playing a role on Broadway, she joined the USO and this led to her becoming the first American actress to relocate to post-war Italy and work in Italian films...
21. Simon Oates Simon Oates Actor, Doomwatch
22. Jerry Dunphy Jerry Dunphy Self, Independence Day
23. Tom Lewis Tom Lewis Producer, The Loretta Young Show
24. Fred Sherman Fred Sherman Actor, 7 Men from Now Fred Sherman was born in South Dakota and began his career in tent shows and vaudeville eventually working in films and television. After completing an episode of the Andy Griffith Show in 1962 he suffered a stroke which confined him to hospitals and the Motion Picture Country Home where he died in 1969.
25. Montie Montana Montie Montana Actor, The Circle of Death He appeared in a number of John Wayne movies and made headlines in 1953 when he roped Pres Eisenhower as a gag during his inaugural parade. He asked the President's permission first, but Secret Service agents were unamused by the incident. Mr Montana was a fixture on the rodeo circuit in the USA and Canada and also appeared in more than 60 annual Tournament of Roses parades in Pasadena...
26. Paul Hagen Paul Hagen Actor, Huset på Christianshavn Paul Hagen was one the most famous Danish actors after the Second World War. He was born on 19th of March 1920 in Copenhagen. His father was painter named Åge Falck Rasmussen, his mother was an opera singer named Anna Hagen. Hagen was accepted into Frederiksberg's theatre school in 1944. He finished his education as an actor in 1945...
27. Howard 'Sandman' Sims Howard 'Sandman' Sims Self, No Maps on My Taps
28. Ingrid Hafner Ingrid Hafner Actress, The Avengers
29. John James John James Actor, Flying Tigers
30. John Rawlins John Rawlins Director, Mayor of the Town Director John Rawlins started in films in 1918 as an actor, stunt man, gag writer and assistant director. For a while he sidelined as a comedy writer, then became an editor and later directed second features for First National in Britain from the early 1930s. Returning to the US, he joined Universal (1938-46)...
31. Jackie Basehart Jackie Basehart Actor, The Inglorious Bastards
32. Jeanne Parr Jeanne Parr Self, What's My Line?
33. Wolf Mankowitz Wolf Mankowitz Writer, Casino Royale Playwright, screenwriter and novelist Wolf Mankowitz was one of Britain's most prolific and successful writers. Once dubbed "the rising hope of British musical theatre," he lived an extravagant lifestyle, which included three luxury homes, although he was frequently in trouble with the taxman. Born in London's East End...
34. Ingrid Bergman Ingrid Bergman Miscellaneous Crew, Fanny and Alexander
35. May Hallatt May Hallatt Actress, Black Narcissus
36. Russell A. Gausman Russell A. Gausman Set Decorator, Spartacus
37. Edward Bernds Edward Bernds Director, The New 3 Stooges Edward Bernds was born in 1905 in Chicago, Illinois. While in his junior year in Lake View High School, he and several friends formed a small radio club and obtained amateur licenses. In the early '20s there was considerable prestige for an amateur operator (a "ham") to have commercial radio licenses...
38. George Shibata George Shibata Actor, Pork Chop Hill
39. Peter Evans Peter Evans Actor, Arthur
40. Carlos Arruza Carlos Arruza Actor, The Alamo
41. Lyn Murray Lyn Murray Composer, To Catch a Thief
42. Stacy Farrar Stacy Farrar Actress, Rage of the Mummy Stacy Farrar was born in Southern California but grew up in Colorado. She was drawn to the performing arts at an early age, but chose to pursue other interests in college. She received a B.A. in Physics and an M.S. in Geological Sciences from the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO. After working for more than a decade as an aerospace engineer, she decided to pursue a career in acting.
43. Munawar Sultana Munawar Sultana Music Department, Shehri Babu Munawar Sultana was a film playback singer of Pakistan active in the 1950s. She started her career in the mid-1940s as a radio and film playback singer. She used to take music lessons from the renowned music director Ghulam Haider. After independence of Pakistan in 1947, Lahore film industry had to...
44. Slim DeGrey Slim DeGrey Actor, Wake in Fright
45. Charly Valentino Charly Valentino Actor, Mi mujer tiene un amante
46. Sudha Shivpuri Sudha Shivpuri Actor, Outsourced
47. Wally Hooper Jr. Wally Hooper Jr. Actor, Night School
48. Malik Sealy Malik Sealy Actor, Eddie
49. Harry Keaton Harry Keaton Actor, Girl Gang
50. Stephen Jay Gould Stephen Jay Gould Self, Paradox on 72nd Street
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