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1. James Gandolfini James Gandolfini Actor, The Man Who Wasn't There New Jersey-born James Gandolfini began acting in the New York theater. His Broadway debut was in the 1992 revival of "A Streetcar Named Desire" with Jessica Lange and Alec Baldwin. James' breakthrough role was his portrayal of Virgil the hitman in Tony Scott's True Romance, but the role...
2. Ed Wynn Ed Wynn Actor, Alice in Wonderland Long-time star comedian in vaudeville who, at the urging of his actor son, Keenan Wynn, would late in life take up acting, both light and serious. He is especially remembered for his role in the Playhouse 90 television drama "Requiem for a Heavyweight" and in the film Mary Poppins.
3. Jean Arthur Jean Arthur Actress, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington This marvelous screen comedienne's best asset was only muffled during her seven years' stint in silent films. That asset? It was, of course, her squeaky, frog-like voice, which silent-era cinema audiences had simply no way of perceiving, much less appreciating. Jean Arthur, born Gladys Georgianna Greene in upstate New York...
4. Richard Lynch Richard Lynch Actor, Halloween Richard Hugh Lynch was born on February 12, 1940 in Brooklyn, New York City. He is one of seven children. Before starting a career as an actor, he joined the United States Marine Corps in 1958. He served for four years where he made Corporal, and did a tour of the Middle East with the Sixth Fleet. He began his training with Herbert Berghof and Uta Hagen at H.B...
5. Sunny Johnson Sunny Johnson Actress, Flashdance
6. Will Wright Will Wright Actor, Adam's Rib One of those familiar character actors who seems to have been born old, Will Wright specialized in playing crusty old codgers, rich skinflints, crooked small-town politicians and the like. A former newspaper reporter in San Francisco, he switched careers and entered vaudeville, then took to the stage...
7. Don Diamond Don Diamond Actor, The Old Man and the Sea Brooklyn-born Don Diamond's most famous role is probably that of the scheming and ambitious, but inept and somewhat cowardly, underling Crazy Cat to Frank DeKova's Chief Wild Eagle in the cult western comedy series F Troop. By the time he got that role he had been an actor for quite some time...
8. Olga Georges-Picot Olga Georges-Picot Actress, The Day of the Jackal
9. Vince Flynn Vince Flynn Writer, American Assassin After graduating from college, Vince Flynn went to work for Kraft General Foods, where he was an account and sales marketing specialist. Although he enjoyed his job, something was missing. Flynn wanted a challenge, and in 1990 he left Kraft to accept an aviation candidate slot with the United States Marine Corps...
10. J.M. Barrie J.M. Barrie Writer, Hook
11. Geraldine Brooks Geraldine Brooks Actress, Possessed A resolute, blue-eyed brunette with attractive, slightly pinched features, Geraldine Brooks was born to a Dutch couple on October 29, 1925, in New York City. Her parents had a theater-based background -- father, James Stroock, owned a top costume company and mother, Bianca, was a costume designer and stylist...
12. Ursula Thiess Ursula Thiess Actress, Bandido Luscious-looking leading lady, in a mere five films, between 1953 and 1956.
13. Antonio Aguilar Antonio Aguilar Actor, The Undefeated Born in Villanueva, Zacatecas, to Jesús Aguilar y Aguilar and Ángela Márquez Barraza Valle, Antonio Aguilar is one of the most iconic actor-singers of Mexican cinema. He began his singing career in the 1940's and then debuted in national Mexican cinema in 1952, during its Golden era. Later in his acting career...
14. Frank Borzage Frank Borzage Director, A Farewell to Arms
15. Coluche Coluche Actor, So Long, Stooge
16. Anthony Bate Anthony Bate Actor, Ghost Story An immaculate gent of sober appearance and cultivated presence, Bate was seemingly destined to play spymasters and senior civil servants. Lean, pale-eyed and of deceptively mild intonation, he was capable of unnervingly icy composure, never more effectively displayed than as the chameleon-like Soviet mole Kim Philby in ITV's telemovie Philby, Burgess and Maclean...
17. Teru Shimada Teru Shimada Actor, You Only Live Twice
18. Laura Sadler Laura Sadler Actress, Intimate Relations
19. Natalie Talmadge Natalie Talmadge Actress, Our Hospitality Natalie Talmadge was the middle daughter of the original "stage mother", Margaret Talmadge (Peg). Her two sisters, Constance Talmadge (the comedienne) and Norma Talmadge (the tragedian) were also in the movies, and had their own production companies, bankrolled by Norma's husband in the 1920s, Joseph M. Schenck...
20. Manute Bol Manute Bol Self, Celebrity Boxing 2
21. Klausjürgen Wussow Klausjürgen Wussow Actor, The Green Archer
22. Eddie Vartan Eddie Vartan Composer, The Bear and the Doll
23. William Golding William Golding Writer, Lord of the Flies
24. Lotte Reiniger Lotte Reiniger Director, The Adventures of Prince Achmed
25. Warner Richmond Warner Richmond Actor, Child Bride Werner Paul Raetzmann was one of seven children born to a German-born father and Wisconsin-born mother. He and one brother decided to change their last name to Richmond. Living in rural Wisconsin, he became an expert horseman as a young man, and this skill would later earn him roles in western movies...
26. Gustaf Molander Gustaf Molander Director, Intermezzo He attended the Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school 1907-1909 and went on to become an actor at the same theatre 1913-1926. His first work for the movies was the script to Thomas Graals bästa film and the follow-up Thomas Graals bästa barn. He made his directing debut with Bodakungen. During the 1920s he made his first movies based on the Selma Lagerlöf novels...
27. Slim Whitman Slim Whitman Soundtrack, Close Encounters of the Third Kind
28. Don Shelton Don Shelton Actor, Them!
29. Hans Moser Hans Moser Actor, Der Herr im Haus
30. Colin McCormack Colin McCormack Actor, First Knight Colin McCormack was born on December 2, 1941, in Cardiff, Wales. His father was a railway worker. He was educated at King's College in Cardiff, then studied at the Cardiff Art College before training at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. There, he met his future wife, the actress Wendy Allnutt...
31. Lois Butler Lois Butler Actress, Mickey
32. Jandhyala Jandhyala Writer, Aha Naa Pellanta
33. Krista Nell Krista Nell Actress, Feast of Satan
34. Tommy Lee Tommy Lee Actor, The Sand Pebbles
35. Mark Patrick Carducci Mark Patrick Carducci Writer, Pumpkinhead
36. GeGe Pearson GeGe Pearson Actress, Sahara You A veteran radio actress, GeGe Pearson made her debut on "The Red Skelton Show" as Sara Dew. The role started on the first show (the pilot) on December 4th, 1945. While working on TRSS, Pearson also guest starred on other radio programs such as a couple episodes of "My Favorite Husband" starring Lucille Ball...
37. Len Bias Len Bias Actor, Without Bias Considered by many to be one of the greatest college basketball players of the modern era. During the 1985 and 1986 seasons, this unheralded Northwestern High School (Hyattsville, MD) product asserted himself into the forward spot at the University of Maryland. His highlight-reel performances, including...
38. David Hoffman David Hoffman Actor, A Night in Casablanca
39. Billy Cook Billy Cook Actor, Beau Geste
40. Sam Giancana Sam Giancana Actor, Peep Show
41. Mario Soldati Mario Soldati Writer, Waterloo Mario Soldati studied by the Jesuits and in the 1920s was acquainted with liberal intellectuals who gathered around Piero Gobetti. He wrote his first play ("Pilatus") when he was 18, and published hist first short story collection ("Salmace") in 1929. In 1935 he reached literary success with "America primo amore" (America First Love)...
42. Tomás Méndez Tomás Méndez Soundtrack, The Lost World: Jurassic Park
43. Peter Townsend Peter Townsend Self, The Battle for The Battle of Britain
44. Miguel Morayta Miguel Morayta Director, El mártir del Calvario
45. Nick Grinde Nick Grinde Director, How to Sleep Nick Grinde's career lasted from the late 1920s to the mid-'40s, but his heyday was the mid to late 1930s. Grinde was one of the journeyman directors (such as Lesley Selander, George Sherman, Lew Landers, etc.) who made the "B" pictures that everybody enjoyed at a Saturday matinée, but whose name no one would recognize...
46. Vince O'Brien Vince O'Brien Actor, Guiding Light
47. Alfred Santell Alfred Santell Director, Winterset American director, early in his career often billed as 'Al Santell'. A former architect (graduate of Los Angeles University), he started as a general factotum at the Lubin Studio in 1914, but quickly worked his way up the ladder to directing one- and two-reel short comedies for Mack Sennett, Hal Roach and at Kalem...
48. Jörg Hube Jörg Hube Actor, Sophie Scholl: The Final Days
49. Lee Krasner Lee Krasner Self, Jackson Pollock
50. Robert W. Lenski Robert W. Lenski Writer, What the Deaf Man Heard
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