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1. Jeff Conaway Jeff Conaway Actor, Grease
2. Paul Gleason Paul Gleason Actor, Die Hard Character actor Paul Gleason has been adept at playing tough guys and white collar sleaze bags in motion pictures since the early 1960s, making his film debut in Winter A-Go-Go. Gleason has made a name for himself portraying these unlikeable characters in films. A native of Jersey City, New Jersey...
3. Jeffrey Hunter Jeffrey Hunter Actor, The Searchers He made his Hollywood debut in Fourteen Hours (1950). Hunter and fellow actor Dale Robertson were partners in an organization called World Wide Adventures, Inc. The company specialized in documentary travel such as The Living Swamp filmed in Georgia. He died in 1969 after brain surgery following a stroke and accidental fall.
4. Edward Brophy Edward Brophy Actor, The Thin Man Edward S. Brophy was born on February 27, 1895 in New York City and educated at the University of Virginia. He became a bit and small-part in the movies starting in 1919, but switched to behind-the-scenes work for job security, though he continued appearing in small parts. While serving as a property master for Buster Keaton's production unit at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer...
5. Bill Pertwee Bill Pertwee Actor, Dad's Army
6. Ruth McDevitt Ruth McDevitt Actress, The Birds Delightfully daffy and an apple dumpling of a darling, wizened character actress Ruth McDevitt was born Ruth Shoecraft in Michigan but raised in Ohio where her father served as a county sheriff. She attended the American Academy of Dramatic Art with designs of becoming an actress but married a Florida widower soon after and put full focus on being a wife...
7. Gretchen Wyler Gretchen Wyler Actress, Private Benjamin Lovely, sparkling blonde musical actress and dancer Gretchen Wyler was born Gretchen Weinecke in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, the daughter of Louis Gustave Weinecke, a gasoline engineer, and Peggy (nee Highley) Weinecke, on February 15, 1932. She graduated from her home town high school and went on to study dance with June Runyon in Tulsa, Oklahoma...
8. Ramon Bieri Ramon Bieri Actor, Badlands
9. Mary Jane Gumm Mary Jane Gumm Self, La Fiesta de Santa Barbara Mary Jane Gumm was born on 24th September 1915 as the oldest daughter of vaudevillians Frank and Ethel Gumm and future older sister of the actress Judy Garland. She was raised in Grand Rapids and, along with her younger sister Virginia 'Jimmie', performed a dancing act at their father's vaudeville theater known as The Gumm Sisters...
10. Severn Darden Severn Darden Actor, Battle for the Planet of the Apes
11. Virginia Gumm Virginia Gumm Self, La Fiesta de Santa Barbara
12. Florida Friebus Florida Friebus Actress, The Best Dressed Man
13. Chips Rafferty Chips Rafferty Actor, Mutiny on the Bounty Years before Jack Thompson arrived on the scene, Chips Rafferty was regarded by many as the personification of the stereotypically rugged, straightforward and laconic Aussie male. Tall and thin, though not particularly striking in appearance, Rafferty was a tailor-made star for the austere, modestly-budgeted dramas made 'down under' in the 1940's and 50's...
14. Walter Janovitz Walter Janovitz Actor, The Jazz Singer
15. John Myhers John Myhers Actor, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
16. Johnny Tapia Johnny Tapia Self, Tapia Tapia won belts at featherweight, junior and world bantamweight. He held a record of 59 wins, 5 losses and 2 draws, with 30 wins by knockout. Tapia had many tattoos done around his body, and his tattoos are prominent when he is fighting. One of them says Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life), the nickname he has adopted over the last few years...
17. Shelly Novack Shelly Novack Actor, Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here Shelly Novack was a star athlete at Venice High School in California. He later played football at Santa Monica City College, Long Beach State, and was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in 1965. He became an actor through football, much like some other athletes do. Shelly won the first Toyota Grand Prix Pro Celebrity Race in 1977. Although he was a decent actor his passion was sports.
18. Patience Cleveland Patience Cleveland Actress, Donnie Darko
19. Werner Stocker Werner Stocker Actor, Herbstmilch Werner Stocker was born on 7 April 1955 in Flintsbach am Inn, Germany and studied acting at the Munich Acting School and the noted Otto Falckenberg School. After receiving the German Movie Award as Best Younger Actor in 1983, he starred in several critically acclaimed TV movies and feature films such as Herbstmilch...
20. Janet Brown Janet Brown Actress, For Your Eyes Only
21. Ferdinand Munier Ferdinand Munier Actor, Queen Christina
22. Mary Lou Cook Mary Lou Cook Actress, Fits and Benefits
23. Tony Carreon Tony Carreon Actor, American Ninja
24. Gilbert Servien Gilbert Servien Actor, Dirty Hands
25. Ellinor Vanderveer Ellinor Vanderveer Actress, Girl Shock
26. Meg Gallagher Meg Gallagher Actress, Home Again Meg Gallagher was a native of Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, and was one of 14 children. At age 19, she moved to New York City where she studied acting and did modeling. From 1978-1981, Meg was perhaps best-known for her role as J.R. Ewing's secretary Louella Caraway Lee in the popular TV show "Dallas". After leaving the show...
27. Robert L. Ripley Robert L. Ripley Self, Believe It or Not #2
28. Helma Sanders-Brahms Helma Sanders-Brahms Director, Germany Pale Mother
29. Robert Muller Robert Muller Writer, Die Welt in jenem Sommer
30. Jan Wiley Jan Wiley Actress, She-Wolf of London
31. Jack Kennedy Jack Kennedy Actor, Red River Valley
32. Gil Scott-Heron Gil Scott-Heron Soundtrack, State of Play
33. Vojka Cordic Vojka Cordic Actress, We Are Not Angels
34. Ernestine Mercer Ernestine Mercer Actress, Casper
35. Paul Henckels Paul Henckels Actor, The Testament of Dr. Mabuse Distinctive German star character actor, specialising in quaint or dyed-in-the-wool eccentrics, grumpy civil servants, pedantic school principals, doctors, head waiters and stuffy accountants. He studied under Louise Dumont and Gustav Lindemann and cut his acting teeth at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus...
36. Vincent McMahon Vincent McMahon Writer, WWF Championship Wrestling
37. Ainslie Pryor Ainslie Pryor Actor, The Left Handed Gun
38. Maurice Richard Maurice Richard Self, Legends of Hockey
39. Serge Leroy Serge Leroy Director, Le 4ème pouvoir
40. Kit Pedler Kit Pedler Writer, The Day of the Doctor Dr. Christopher "Kit" Pedler was a doctor of medicine, specializing both in diseases of the eye and in the new branch of artificial limbs and organs. In 1966, he was approached by Doctor Who's then story editor, Gerry Davis, to help with the scientific problems in a Who script (working title of "The Computers")...
41. Francine Everett Francine Everett Actress, Dirty Gertie from Harlem U.S.A. Francine Everett, who was called the most beautiful woman in Harlem and one of the most beautiful actresses to appear on screen. She became a familiar face with black audiences through the race films, now known as Black Cinema. She was one of the few who became a movie star through Black Cinema and could call themselves a true actress...
42. Betty Huntley-Wright Betty Huntley-Wright Actress, Gourmet Night
43. Matt Gunther Matt Gunther Actor, Idol Eyes
44. Heihachirô Ôkawa Heihachirô Ôkawa Actor, The Bridge on the River Kwai
45. Annamirl Bierbichler Annamirl Bierbichler Actress, The Last Hole
46. György Bárdy György Bárdy Actor, Stars of Eger
47. Camillo Pilotto Camillo Pilotto Actor, Le scarpe al sole
48. Donald Morley Donald Morley Actor, Emmerdale
49. Benny Burt Benny Burt Actor, Cry Danger
50. Henry Barakat Henry Barakat Director, The Curlew's Cry
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