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1. Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan Production Manager, General Electric Theater Ronald Reagan had quite a prolific career, having catapulted from a Warner Bros. contract player and television star, into serving as president of the Screen Actors Guild, the governorship of California (1967-1975), and lastly, two terms as President of the United States (1981-1989). Ronald Wilson Reagan was born in Tampico...
2. Jeanette Nolan Jeanette Nolan Actress, The Fox and the Hound Jeanette Nolan began her acting career in the Pasadena Community Playhouse and, while a student at Los Angeles City College, made her radio debut in 1932 in "Omar Khayyam", the first transcontinental broadcast from station KHJ. Her film debut was probably also her best part, Lady Macbeth opposite director/actor Orson Welles's Macbeth...
3. Roland Young Roland Young Actor, The Philadelphia Story Best remembered for the many meek characters he played -- think Cosmo Topper, of the screwball classic ­­Topper -- this balding, short, yet distinguished actor was born in London, England, to an architect and his wife. Young was educated at Sherborne College and London University and trained as an actor at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art...
4. Katherine Woodville Katherine Woodville Actress, Days of Our Lives
5. Vito Scotti Vito Scotti Actor, The Godfather With his dark features and having spent much of his early years in Naples, Italy, Vito Scotti was understandably typecast as Italian waiters, government functionaries, policemen, maitre d's and barbers. When Vito was seven, the Scottis moved back to the U.S. where his mother became a diva in the Italian theatre in New York...
6. Richard Johnson Richard Johnson Actor, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Born in Upminster, Essex, England in 1927, Richard Johnson attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and then performed in John Gielgud's repertory company until joining the navy in 1945 until 1948. After the war, he appeared successfully in the West End and made his film debut in the early 1950s...
7. Mel Tormé Mel Tormé Soundtrack, Catch Me If You Can A professional singer at the age of three, Mel Torme was a genuine musical prodigy. As a teenager, he played the drums in Chico Marx's band and earned the nickname "The Velvet Fog" because of his smooth, mellow tenor voice. In the 1940s, he formed his own group, the Mel-Tones, one of the first jazz-influenced vocal groups...
8. Laurence Naismith Laurence Naismith Actor, Diamonds Are Forever The British charactor actor Laurence Naismith was a Merchant Marine seaman before becoming an actor. He made his London stage debut in 1927 in the chorus of the musical "Oh, Boy." Three years later, he joined the Bristol Repertory and remained with them until the outbreak of World War II. After serving nine years in the Royal Artillery (with the final rank of Acting Battery Commander)...
9. Ray Bradbury Ray Bradbury Writer, The Ray Bradbury Theater Ray Bradbury was an American science fiction writer whose works were translated in more than 40 languages and sold millions of copies around the world. Although he created a world of new technical and intellectual ideas, he never obtained a driver's license and had never driven a car. He was born Ray Douglas Bradbury on August 22...
10. Virginia North Virginia North Actress, On Her Majesty's Secret Service The daughter of an American Army Officer and a British mother, Virginia Anne Northrop spent her childhood travelling and growing up in whatever country her father happened to be posted. By the age of twenty, she settled in London and became a fashion model with Europe's leading agency, Models 1. Despite having little or no acting experience...
11. Conway Twitty Conway Twitty Soundtrack, Little Miss Sunshine
12. Caroline John Caroline John Actress, Love Actually Of the many satellites that have orbited the eleven (to date) incarnations of 'the Doctor' between 1963 and the present, one of the brightest was Caroline John. Not only was she the most beautiful of the companions, but also stood out for her resourcefulness and intelligence. Having submitted a glamorous modelling shot of herself to the production office...
13. Terri Hall Terri Hall Actress, The Opening of Misty Beethoven Terri Hall was brought up in Elmira, New York and lived there until she was 16 years old. She was the oldest of four children (she had a sister and two brothers). Her father had a heating company (he later became a lawyer) and her mother was a stay-at-home mom. Terri started dancing school at the age of 5 and soon was appearing in year-end performances...
14. Manu Tupou Manu Tupou Actor, A Man Called Horse
15. Patricia Dane Patricia Dane Actress, Johnny Eager Resembling Hedy Lamarr with her brunet sultry looks, beautiful second-string actress Patricia Dane possessed a rough and rowdy exterior, which worked much better for her in front of the camera than off of it. Born Thelma Patricia Ann Pippen in Jacksonville, Florida, her father died shortly after her birth and the infant was placed in the care...
16. Del Monroe Del Monroe Actor, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Del Monroe is probably best known as Seaman Kowalski in Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and the subsequent TV series based on the film, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, He was thrilled to play a seaman in the big-budget film, but one day on the set he noticed what he believed to be a silly-looking mistake. He pointed it out to producer Irwin Allen...
17. William Farnum William Farnum Actor, The Painted Desert William Farnum was born the son of G.D. Farnum and Adela Le Gros, actors who trained their William and his two brothers, Dustin Farnum and Marshall Farnum, in their profession. William made his stage debut at the age of 10 in Richmond, Virginia, in a production of "Julius Caesar" starring Edwin Booth...
18. Joseph Vitale Joseph Vitale Actor, Road to Rio
19. Natacha Rambova Natacha Rambova Costume Designer, Salomé Primarily famous as the wife of screen idol Rudolph Valentino, Natacha Rambova was also a talented dancer and an innovative set designer, bringing the Art Deco style to Hollywood for the first time. At the age of 17 she became a protégé and lover of Russian ballet Svengali Theodore Kosloff, a brilliant but manipulative dancer who shot her in the leg when she finally escaped from his dance company...
20. Gwen Plumb Gwen Plumb Actress, The Man in the Iron Mask Born in the inner-west Sydney suburb of Stanmore and raised in the eastern beach suburb of Coogee, Gwen Plumb did not plan on taking up acting as a career. A chance invitation from a member of the David Jones tailoring department, where she was working at the time, led to her accepting a role in a local Drama Club's play...
21. Michael Barrington Michael Barrington Actor, The Public Eye Michael Barrington (3 July 1924 - 5 June 1988) was a British actor best known for his television work. His best remembered role is as the ineffectual Governor Venables in the popular sitcom Porridge which featured Ronnie Barker in the lead role. Born in Middlesex, England, both his parents died when he was 16...
22. Heinz Erhardt Heinz Erhardt Actor, Widower with 5 Daughters The multi-talented comedian, pianist, singer and home-spun poet Heinz Erhardt was born in Riga, the son of a successful bandmaster. After his parents split up, he had a somewhat unsettled upbringing, spent, alternately, with his mother in St. Petersburg, with his grandparents in Riga and with his father in Hannover...
23. Bernie Pock Bernie Pock Stunts, Back to the Future
24. Nils Brandt Nils Brandt Actor, Fanny and Alexander
25. Olle Hellbom Olle Hellbom Director, The Brothers Lionheart
26. Philo McCullough Philo McCullough Actor, Tarzan the Fearless
27. Dee Dee Ramone Dee Dee Ramone Soundtrack, School of Rock Dee Dee Ramone(1951 - 2002) was born as Douglas Glenn Colvin on September 18, 1951 in Fort Lee, Virginia, USA. He was a German-American musician, best known as a founding member, songwriter and bassist for the influential punk rock band "Ramones". His father was a U.S. Master Sergeant (born 1911) and his mother a woman (born 1931) from Berlin...
28. Andy Cunningham Andy Cunningham Writer, Bodger and Badger Andrew "Andy" Cunningham (13 May 1950 - 5 June 2017), was an English actor, puppeteer and writer. He was perhaps best known as the creator and main writer of the children's BBC television series, Bodger & Badger, in which he acted as Simon Bodger and his pet, Badger. Cunningham studied at the University of Cambridge...
29. Mildred J. Hill Mildred J. Hill Soundtrack, Batman Begins
30. Bruce Purchase Bruce Purchase Actor, Richard III Bearded, heavy-set New Zealand-born character actor with a booming voice, who went to England to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. After repertory experience, he had notable stage appearances with the National Theatre Company (of which he was a founder member) and the Mermaid Theatre, invariably in Shakespearean parts...
31. Max Terhune Max Terhune Actor, Santa Fe Stampede Four years after appearing with Gene Autry on a national radio show in 1932 he went to Hollywood. By that time he Max was a skilled vaudevillian (magician, juggler, whistler, impressionist, card tricks). His specialty was ventriloquism. On the Orpheum Circuit his dummy was named Skully Null; he became Elmer Sneezeweed in the movies...
32. Larry Kert Larry Kert Self, Hollywood's Diamond Jubilee
33. Danny Dias Danny Dias Self, Road Rules Attended Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey from 2001-2003. His major was Music Education. While at Westminster he received a phone call from MTV announcing him as a finalist for Real World/Road Rules.
34. Russ Scott Russ Scott Actor, The Roy Rogers Show
35. Gordon Oas-Heim Gordon Oas-Heim Actor, Color Me Blood Red
36. Bruce Weyman Bruce Weyman Actor, The Face at the Window
37. O. Henry O. Henry Writer, The Cisco Kid O. Henry was an American writer whose short stories are known for wit, wordplay and clever twist endings. He wrote nearly 600 stories about life in America. He was born William Sidney Porter on September 11, 1862, in Greensboro, North Carolina. His father, Algernon Sidney Porter, was a medical doctor...
38. Otto Yamaoka Otto Yamaoka Actor, Libeled Lady
39. Steven Reuther Steven Reuther Producer, Face/Off
40. Helen Verbit Helen Verbit Actress, Little Big Man
41. Marilyn Hall Marilyn Hall Self, Tattletales
42. Cynthia Bizeray Cynthia Bizeray Actress, The Dirty Dozen
43. Toshi Shioya Toshi Shioya Actor, Mr. Baseball
44. Rob Maxey Rob Maxey Actor, Road to Perdition
45. Colette Marchand Colette Marchand Actress, Moulin Rouge
46. Franco Rossi Franco Rossi Director, Turn the Other Cheek
47. José Jaspe José Jaspe Actor, Horror Express
48. Monika Hálová Monika Hálová Actress, Hop - a je tu lidoop
49. Mike Morgan Mike Morgan Actor, The Horse's Mouth Morgan was in the spotlight for only about a year, making his film debut in "Barnacle Bill" in 1957 which starred Alec Guinness. From there, he got a more prominent role the following year as Nosey in another Guinness film, "The Horse's Mouth." He had the last line of the film. While it looked like his career would take off...
50. S.R. Puttana Kanagal S.R. Puttana Kanagal Director, Nagara Haavu
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