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1. Timothy Scott Timothy Scott Actor, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Tim Scott was tall and thin, who sometimes went unshaven, and because of this somewhat unsavory look he was often cast in westerns. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, but as a young boy moved with his family to Albuquerque, New Mexico. He loved the theater deeply and he became the co-founder of the "New MET Theatre" in Los Angeles, California, with one of his best friends, actor James Gammon...
2. Richard Jaeckel Richard Jaeckel Actor, The Dirty Dozen Stocky tough-guy character actor Richard Jaeckel remains one of Hollywood's most prolific supporting stars. Born in Long Island, New York, on October 10, 1926, Jaeckel's family moved to Los Angeles when he was still in his teens. After graduation from Hollywood High School, Jaeckel was discovered by a casting director while working as a mailboy for 20th Century-Fox...
3. Ann Morgan Guilbert Ann Morgan Guilbert Actress, The Dick Van Dyke Show Ann Morgan Guilbert is beloved by television audiences as the neighbor Millie Helper on the classic The Dick Van Dyke Show and as feisty Grandma Yetta on The Nanny. She has given memorable performances in film and television and on stage throughout her distinguished career, and recently starred in Nicole Holofcener's 2010 Sundance Film Festival selection, Please Give...
4. Marjorie Bennett Marjorie Bennett Actress, Mary Poppins
5. Alan Reed Alan Reed Actor, The Flintstones Character player Alan Reed was a strong, burly presence on film and TV but he would be better remembered in the long run for his equally strong, distinctive voice. He gave vocal life to the prehistoric cartoon character Fred Flintstone on the prime-time TV series The Flintstones in the 1960s, and it is this direct association that has kept his name alive long after his passing...
6. Robert Middleton Robert Middleton Actor, Friendly Persuasion Robert Middleton was also in 2 episodes of The Big Valley. The two episodes he played in were Down Shadow Street where he played a judge whose son was accused of murder. The second episode was Rim Fire in which he played a wealthy miner. He was a big man and carried two big roles in these episodes very well.
7. Yvette Wilson Yvette Wilson Actress, Moesha After attending San Jose State University in California, she began her entertainment career as a stand up comic, touring the comedy club circuit. One of her first on-screen appearances was as a recurring member of the cast of the short lived sitcom Thea. Yvette went on to land more on screen roles including Def Comedy Jam...
8. Sam Kelly Sam Kelly Actor, Barbara Genial Manchester-born comic actor Sam Kelly had a considerable gift for timing and observation. His special forte was playing decrepit, rheumy characters of more advanced years than his own actual age. Among the many endearing impressions he made on the small screen, he is probably best remembered...
9. Ronnie Claire Edwards Ronnie Claire Edwards Actress, The Waltons
10. Henry Mancini Henry Mancini Composer, Breakfast at Tiffany's Born in Cleveland, Ohio, but brought up in Pennsylvania, where he played the flute in a local band, as a youth, before sending some arrangements to Benny Goodman. Goodman offered him a job and, after serving in WWII, he joined the rearranged Glenn Miller band. In 1952, he was given a two-week assignment...
11. Peggy Ashcroft Peggy Ashcroft Actress, The 39 Steps Academy Award-winning, legendary English actress - who maintained her status in the British acting elite for decades. Made a Dame of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in 1956. Almost always on stage, she appeared rarely in film, her first being The Wandering Jew. On stage she was cast in many a Shakespearean role...
12. Bernard Miles Bernard Miles Actor, The Man Who Knew Too Much The British character actor Bernard Miles was born in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England, in 1907; his father was a farm laborer and his mother was a cook. After graduation from Pembroke College, Oxford, he was a teacher for a while and then joined the New Theatre in London. In 1937, he worked in Herbert Farjeon's revue company and established his theatrical career...
13. Alan Jay Lerner Alan Jay Lerner Soundtrack, Forrest Gump Playwright/lyricist Alan Jay Lerner was born into a wealthy New York City retailing family. His professional association with Frederick Loewe started in 1942 when they teamed up to write "Life of the Party". Their first Broadway success was the 1947 musical fantasy "Brigadoon." Lerner adapted work for...
14. Francis Matthews Francis Matthews Actor, Paul Temple
15. Marlin Perkins Marlin Perkins Self, Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom
16. Alex Thomson Alex Thomson Cinematographer, Alien³ Alex Thomson entered the film industry in 1946. He worked as regular camera operator to Nicolas Roeg in the 1960s before becoming a director of photography in 1968. His career suffered a hiatus in the mid 1970s when he was injured after falling off a camera rostrum on the set of Jesus Christ Superstar. He was nominated for an Oscar in 1982 for his cinematography on Excalibur
17. Harry Swoger Harry Swoger Actor, Robin and the 7 Hoods Harry Swoger, late Sunday, June 14, 1970, died at Valley Emergency Hospital in Van Nuys, CA. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 18, 1970, at Steen's Mortuary in North Hollywood, CA. Swoger was a character actor in over 100 television shows, many westerns, from 1959 at the age of 40, until his 1970 death at 51...
18. David O'Brien David O'Brien Actor, The Doctors
19. Terry Richards Terry Richards Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark
20. Alan Wells Alan Wells Actor, Cape Fear
21. Steve London Steve London Actor, The Untouchables Steve London was born Walter Gragg in St Louis, Missouri. His best-known role was as Agent Jack Rossman on the original The Untouchables, which starred Robert Stack as Eliot Ness. London reprised his role as an Eliot Ness-type sidekick, Detective Lane (with fellow "Untouchables" actors Stack and Bruce Gordon)...
22. David Butler David Butler Director, Leave It to Beaver
23. Ultra Violet Ultra Violet Actress, Midnight Cowboy Underground celebrity Ultra Violet was born Isabelle Collin Dufresne in 1935 in France, a convent-raised French bourgeois heiress. A coiffured society deb in those days, she moved to New York in 1953 where she spent a decade surrounding herself with artists like John Graham, John Chamberlain, and Salvador Dalí...
24. G.K. Chesterton G.K. Chesterton Writer, Father Brown Gilbert Keith Chesterton was asked to write an article on art criticism in 1900 and, within 30 years, became a prolific author, playwright, poet and essayist with more than 4,000 total newspaper essays. His works were highly influential on the ideas of men such as C.S. Lewis, Michael Collins and Mohandas K. Gandhi...
25. Clancy Cooper Clancy Cooper Actor, A Time to Love and a Time to Die
26. Robert Downing Robert Downing Actor, On the Waterfront Actor, critic (Denver Post) and production manager who began a long show-business career in the 1930s, touring with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in "The Seagull", "Idiot's Delight" and "Amphitryon 38", as well as working for the Federal Theater and Federal Writers projects. By 1940 he was assistant stage manager for "There Shall Be No Night" on Broadway...
27. Robie Lester Robie Lester Actress, Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
28. Miranda Forbes Miranda Forbes Actress, Jane Eyre
29. Jimmy Cross Jimmy Cross Actor, The Amazing Colossal Man
30. Albert Band Albert Band Producer, I Bury the Living A veteran filmmaker, Albert Band is one of Hollywood's most prolific filmmakers who started his career in the early 50s. He began financing a number of motion pictures through the seventies and eighties and helped his son, Charles Band, bring together his own production company, 'Empire Pictures'...
31. Roger Zelazny Roger Zelazny Writer, Damnation Alley Born in 1937, Roger Zelazny left his strongest mark in the Science Fiction Literature of the '60s and '70s. His first story was published in 1962, and he went on to publish more than 150 short stories and 50 books. His best works include novels "Lord of Light" (1967), "This Immortal" (1966), "Creatures of Light and Darkness" (1969)...
32. Robert Behling Robert Behling Actor, Cujo
33. Yasuharu Hasebe Yasuharu Hasebe Director, Stray Cat Rock: Sex Hunter
34. Christopher Bernau Christopher Bernau Actor, Dark Shadows After four years in the Drama Department of the University of California, Bernau appeared in the New York Shakespeare Festival's production of "Antony and Cleopatra". In 1964, he was featured in the National Company's touring production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?".
35. Luciano Pigozzi Luciano Pigozzi Actor, Yor, the Hunter from the Future
36. Hans Reiser Hans Reiser Actor, The Great Escape
37. Maxim Gorky Maxim Gorky Writer, The Lower Depths Maksim Gorky is a pseudonym of Aleksei Maksimovich Peshkov, who was born into a poor Russian family in Nizhnii Novgorod on Volga river. Gorky lost his father at an early age, he was beaten by his stepfather and became an orphan at age 9, when his mother died. He was brought up by his grandmother, who helped his development as a storyteller...
38. James Chandler James Chandler Actor, Sweet Bird of Youth
39. Ann Kunde Ann Kunde Actress, Hollywood Barn Dance
40. Tony Spilotro Tony Spilotro
41. William H. Daniels William H. Daniels Cinematographer, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Oscar-winning director of photography William Daniels was a master of black-and-white cinematographer most famous for the 21 films he shot that starred the immortal Greta Garbo between 1926 and 1939. Among the Gabro classics he lensed were The Torrent, Flesh and the Devil, Love (Garbo and home studio MGM's first crack at Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina")...
42. Badi Uzzaman Badi Uzzaman Actor, Eastern Promises
43. Jorge Luis Borges Jorge Luis Borges Writer, Invasión Borges was born into an upper class family, and received his education in Buenos Aires, Cambridge, and Geneva. He began writing as a student, and when in 1918 he settled in Spain, it was as a member of an experimental literary group. He returned to Argentina in 1921, and had his first poems published in 1923...
44. Monty Berman Monty Berman Producer, The Saint Monty Berman was a producer of popular action series for ITC in the 1960's and early 70's. He was born Nestor Montague Berman to Jewish parents in the poor Whitechapel district of London. After completing his education at the University College School, he joined the small Twickenham Studio as a camera assistant in 1922...
45. Forrest Gardner Forrest Gardner Actor, Zoobilee Zoo
46. Lynne Brimley Lynne Brimley Actress, The Stone Boy
47. Olwen Wymark Olwen Wymark Writer, All Men Are Mortal
48. Robert Presnell Jr. Robert Presnell Jr. Writer, Studio One in Hollywood
49. Dorothy Devine Dorothy Devine Self, A Star Is Born World Premiere
50. Joe E. Marks Joe E. Marks Actor, Peter Pan
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