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1. Spencer Tracy Spencer Tracy Actor, Judgment at Nuremberg Spencer Tracy was born four years after his brother Carroll to truck salesman John Edward and Caroline Brown Tracy. He attended Marquette Academy along with Pat O'Brien and the two left school to enlist in the Navy at the start of World War I. He was still at Norfolk Navy Yard in Virginia at the end of the war...
2. Christina Grimmie Christina Grimmie Self, Tell My Mama Christina Grimmie is a cover artist from YouTube, under the user name "zeldaxlove64". Her fans all go into a group of people called "Team Grimmie", which is a group of fans that give their support. At her fairly young age, she's already gotten the spotlight by being the guest performer on Disney Channel's So Random!...
3. Jo Van Fleet Jo Van Fleet Actress, Cool Hand Luke Jo Van Fleet was born on December 30, 1914 in Oakland, California. She established herself as a notable dramatic actress on Broadway over several years, winning a Tony Award in 1954 for her skill in a difficult role, playing an unsympathetic, even abusive character, in Horton Foote's "The Trip to Bountiful" with Lillian Gish and Eva Marie Saint...
4. Rainer Werner Fassbinder Rainer Werner Fassbinder Writer, The Marriage of Maria Braun Above all, Rainer Werner Fassbinder was a rebel whose life and art was marked by gross contradiction. Openly homosexual, he married twice; one of his wives acted in his films and the other served as his editor. Accused variously by detractors of being anticommunist, male chauvinist, antiSemitic and even antigay...
5. Ray Charles Ray Charles Soundtrack, The Help A tragic fate may have given this visionary a heightened sensitivity, perception, awareness, even expansion to his obvious musical gifts that he may have never touched upon had he not suffered from his physical affliction. Whatever it was, Ray Charles revolutionized American music and was catapulted to legendary status by the time he died in Beverly Hills at age 73...
6. Elizabeth Hartman Elizabeth Hartman Actress, The Secret of NIMH This slender, striking, red-haired, freckle-faced American leading lady, a Carnegie-Tech student in the 60s, made a stunning, sensitive film debut as the blind, abused, uneducated white girl who falls in love with compassionate Sidney Poitier in the racially-charged drama A Patch of Blue. That glorious performance earned Elizabeth a Golden Globe award...
7. Michael Rennie Michael Rennie Actor, The Day the Earth Stood Still The British actor Michael Rennie worked as a car salesman and factory manager before he turned to acting. A meeting with a Gaumont-British Studios casting director led to Rennie's first acting job - that of stand-in for Robert Young in Secret Agent directed by Alfred Hitchcock. He put his film career on hold for a few years to get some acting experience on the stage...
8. Valentin de Vargas Valentin de Vargas Actor, Touch of Evil
9. Robert Chartoff Robert Chartoff Producer, Rocky
10. William Inge William Inge Writer, Splendor in the Grass William (Motter) Inge brought small-town life in the American Midwest to Broadway with four successive dramatic triumphs: "Come Back Little Sheba" (1950), "Picnic" (1953; Pulitzer Prize), "Bus Stop" (1955) and "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs" (1957). With the exception of his Academy Award-winning screenplay for Splendor in the Grass...
11. Richard Quine Richard Quine Director, Bell Book and Candle
12. Bruno Lawrence Bruno Lawrence Actor, The Quiet Earth His diverse talents made this New Zealander a cult icon in his relatively short life. Born in Brighton, England, Bruno Lawrence (real name David Lawrence) settled in New Zealand as a pre-schooler and developed an early interest in the drums. He formed a dixie-land band at age 15 and made the various school and church dance rounds where he picked up the nickname Bruno...
13. George Chandler George Chandler Actor, Every Which Way But Loose After military service during the First World War, Chandler studied at the University of Illinois, financing his studies by playing jazz violin in a band. During the early 1920's, he returned to the vaudeville circuit and began in films from 1928. Most of his early efforts were short one- and two-reel comedies...
14. Richard Webb Richard Webb Actor, Captain Midnight
15. Jenny Maxwell Jenny Maxwell Actress, Blue Hawaii
16. Louis L'Amour Louis L'Amour Writer, Hondo
17. Tenniel Evans Tenniel Evans Actor, 10 Rillington Place Tenniel Evans briefly attended the British Army officer training centre Sandhurst (1945-1946). He studied German and economics at St. Andrews University (1946-1949). He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (1949-1951) and acted on stage from 1951, although he also had an in-between job as a private school teacher near Northampton...
18. Frank Lawton Frank Lawton Actor, A Night to Remember
19. Furankî Sakai Furankî Sakai Actor, Shogun
20. Jean Desailly Jean Desailly Actor, The Soft Skin
21. Art Balinger Art Balinger Actor, The Towering Inferno
22. John Gotti John Gotti Self, American Justice: Target - Mafia
23. Jeevan Jeevan Actor, Amar Akbar Anthony
24. Tom Spratley Tom Spratley Actor, Ferris Bueller's Day Off
25. Alan Blakley Alan Blakley Self, Thank Your Lucky Stars
26. Patricia Jessel Patricia Jessel Actress, The City of the Dead
27. Mikki Jamison Mikki Jamison Actress, The Sea Gypsies
28. Gabrielle Blunt Gabrielle Blunt Actress, Whisky Galore Gabrielle Blunt found theatre and television more productive arenas throughout a career spanning six decades. Her small-screen breakthrough came with the 1968 George Cole-starring comedy A Man of Our Times, after which she moved comfortably between comedy and drama. In later years, she was regularly to be found in hit comedies including Shine on Harvey Moon...
29. Gordie Howe Gordie Howe Self, Legends of Hockey
30. Gerald James Gerald James Actor, The Man with the Golden Gun
31. Vivienne Osborne Vivienne Osborne Actress, Two Seconds
32. Les Dawson Les Dawson Self, Blankety Blank
33. Melanie York Melanie York Actress, Queen for a Day
34. Stanley Lupino Stanley Lupino Actor, Happy
35. Tina Menard Tina Menard Actress, Straight Time
36. Adolph Zukor Adolph Zukor Miscellaneous Crew, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Adolph Zukor was a poor Hungarian immigrant when he arrived in the United States in 1889. He tried his hand in the fur trade (starting as a sweeper for $2 a week pay) and proved his entrepreneurial acumen by steady advancement, eventually setting up successful businesses in New York and Chicago. By the time he reached thirty...
37. Helle Virkner Helle Virkner Actress, Huset på Christianshavn
38. Mimmo Palmara Mimmo Palmara Actor, Le fatiche di Ercole
39. Larry Hooper Larry Hooper Self, The Lawrence Welk Show
40. Judy Freudberg Judy Freudberg Writer, An American Tail
41. Lewis R. Foster Lewis R. Foster Writer, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Prolific composer, songwriter, author and director, educated at the University of California. He began his directorial and film-writing career in 1920. He also worked as a newspaperman in San Francisco. He joined ASCAP in 1960.
42. Jack Johnson Jack Johnson Self, As the World Rolls On Jack Johnson, one of the greatest professional boxers in history and the first African American to wear the world's heavyweight championship belt, is one of the seminal figures in sports and American social history as he was both a mirror on and lightning rod for racism. Many white Americans could not...
43. Dave Geisel Dave Geisel Director, Once Upon a Mattress
44. Yvonne D'Angers Yvonne D'Angers Actress, Sappho Darling
45. Carol Stone Carol Stone Actress, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
46. Alice Reinheart Alice Reinheart Actress, Horror Express
47. Ray Daley Ray Daley Actor, The Five Pennies
48. David Ellison David Ellison Actor, Juliet Bravo
49. Juan Bustillo Oro Juan Bustillo Oro Writer, El compadre Mendoza
50. Matt Briggs Matt Briggs Actor, The Ox-Bow Incident
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