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1. Eva Gabor Eva Gabor Actress, The AristoCats Eva Gabor was born on February 11, 1919 in Budapest, Hungary, to Jolie Gabor (née Janka Tilleman) and Vilmos Gabor (born Farkas Miklós Grün), a soldier. Her older siblings were Magda Gabor, an actress, and Zsa Zsa Gabor, an actress and socialite. Her parents were both from Jewish families...
2. June Haver June Haver Actress, Look for the Silver Lining June Haver was born on June 10, 1926, in Rock Island, Illinois, with the birth name of June Stovenour. Her parents divorced at an early age and she was adopted by Bert Haver, her stepfather. Her mother and new father moved to Cincinnati, where she appeared on the stage for the first time at the age of six in a local theater production of "Midnight in a Toyshop"...
3. Jack Watson Jack Watson Actor, The Hill Tall, rugged, red-haired character actor whose heavily lined face suggested a hard life. Started in show biz with his father, Nosmo King (real name Vernon Watson), as half of a music hall double act. Later worked as a monologuist and impersonator in radio. During the Second World War, he served as petty officer in the Royal Navy...
4. Abbas Kiarostami Abbas Kiarostami Director, Certified Copy Abbas Kiarostami was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1940. He graduated from university with a degree in fine arts before starting work as a graphic designer. He then joined the Center for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults, where he started a film section, and this started his career as a filmmaker at the age of 30...
5. Evelyn Keyes Evelyn Keyes Actress, Gone with the Wind No shrinking violet this one, but despite her talent, vivacity and sheer drive, lovely and alluring blonde Evelyn Keyes would remain for the most part typed as a "B" girl on the silver screen. In spite of her ripe contributions to such superior pictures as Here Comes Mr. Jordan, The Jolson Story, Mrs. Mike...
6. Eric Sykes Eric Sykes Actor, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 'Eric Sykes' started as a radio scriptwriter but he soon found he could perform as well as write. The slight handicap of being very hard of hearing doesn't interfere with his wonderful comic timing. The spectacles he wears have no lenses but contain a bone conducting hearing aid.
7. Bob Ross Bob Ross Self, The Joy of Painting
8. Anne Shirley Anne Shirley Actress, Murder, My Sweet They didn't come packaged any sweeter and lovelier than Anne Shirley, a gentle and gracious 1930s teen film actress who didn't quite reach the zenith of front-rank stardom and retired all too soon at age 26. On film as a toddler, she went through a small revolving door of marquee names before legally settling (at age 16) on the name Anne Shirley...
9. Barry White Barry White Soundtrack, Bruce Almighty Barry White first made his mark in the music business in the 1960s as a session musician, even serving for a spell as an A&R man for a small, independent Los Angeles record label. He first hit it big in 1973 with a series of albums and singles emphasizing lush orchestrations and elaborate production values...
10. Ji-Tu Cumbuka Ji-Tu Cumbuka Actor, Bound for Glory Ji-Tu Cumbuka is one of the many U.S. African actors who overcame walls of adversity in the 60s. Born in Montgomery County, Alabama on March fourth, 1940 in an era of oppression, Ji-Tu did not let social norms hold him back from what he loved. Opportunities were slim; a U.S. African actor of the 40s and 50s held roles as house maids or were confined to the parody roles of minstrel shows...
11. Vic Perrin Vic Perrin Actor, Scooby Doo, Where Are You!
12. Daniel Quinn Daniel Quinn Actor, Rubber Daniel Quinn is from Milwaukee, where his father Roger worked for Pabst Brewing Company as a sales manager and his mother Rosemary owned and operated an employment agency. He was raised in Wisconsin with his two older sisters, Kathleen and Colleen. He began performing at the age of eight, appearing as Kurt in The Sound of Music...
13. Ronny Graham Ronny Graham Actor, Spaceballs Composer, songwriter, actor, comedian, director and author. He was a night-club comic throughout the USA, and wrote songs for Broadway revues including "New Faces" (1952, 1956, and 1962) and also for Jules Monk's night-club revues (he appeared in "Take Five") and on television, and he had a part in the Broadway production of "The Tender Trap." He also composed the Broadway stage score for "Bravo...
14. Brenda Joyce Brenda Joyce Actress, The Rains Came Best remembered as the second talking-era "Jane" (following Maureen O'Sullivan) of the durable Tarzan jungle film series and the only one in the sound era to play the role opposite two different Tarzan's (Johnny Weissmuller and Lex Barker, lovely Brenda was born Betty Leabo in Missouri, raised in Los Angeles...
15. Franklyn Farnum Franklyn Farnum Actor, Sunset Blvd. Boston-born Franklyn Farnum was on the vaudeville stage at the age of 12 and was featured in a number of theatre and musical productions by the time he entered silent films near the age of 40. He appeared to be at his most comfortable in the saddle, his career dominated mostly by westerns. Some of his more famous films include the serial Vanishing Trails and features The Clock...
16. Walter Long Walter Long Actor, The Birth of a Nation Early in his career Walter Long was married to Luray Huntley, an actress for D.W. Griffith's stock company. Huntley and Long performed together in several of Griffith's films including Traffic in Souls, Let Katie Do It, and Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages. They remained married until her death in 1918 at age 28 due to the Spanish influenza epidemic.
17. Charles Kuralt Charles Kuralt Actor, The Revolutionary War
18. Jack Haig Jack Haig Actor, 'Allo 'Allo!
19. Marga López Marga López Actress, Aventuras en el tiempo
20. Tyler McVey Tyler McVey Actor, Attack of the Giant Leeches
21. Gregg Burge Gregg Burge Actor, The Electric Company
22. Ray Mort Ray Mort Actor, Pink Floyd: The Wall
23. Will Price Will Price Director, It's Everybody's War
24. Grant Richards Grant Richards Actor, Love of Life
25. Bernie Nolan Bernie Nolan Actress, The Bill The instantly recognisable and distinctive voice of Bernie Nolan is for many people, the unmistakable 'sound' of The Nolans group. Bernie performed lead vocals on many of their hit singles including the cult hit record 'I'm in the Mood for Dancing'. One of the best rock singers in the UK over the last 20 years...
26. Marjorie Rhodes Marjorie Rhodes Actress, The Family Way
27. Pati Behrs Pati Behrs Actress, Apartment for Peggy
28. Tiffany Ann Francis Tiffany Ann Francis Actress, Champions: A Love Story
29. Joan Wilson Joan Wilson Producer, Masterpiece Mystery
30. Carol Lee Scott Carol Lee Scott Actress, Emu's Wide World
31. Rex Bell Rex Bell Actor, Broadway to Cheyenne
32. Mary Appleseth Mary Appleseth Actress, Planet of Dinosaurs
33. Gaby Morlay Gaby Morlay Actress, Le Plaisir
34. Tony Fish Tony Fish Actor, Madman Actor, singer, and expert fisherman Tony "Fish" Nunziata was born on April 25, 1958. He attended Richmond College in Staten Island. Tony's lone foray into film acting was a sizable role as cocky camp counselor T.P. in the nifty low-budget slasher cult favorite "Madman." Moreover, Nunziata also sang...
35. Swami Vivekananda Swami Vivekananda Swami Vivekananda was a great social reformer and a very inspiring personality of India. Vivekananda was called by the name Narendranath Datta.. He was born in Kolkata on 12 January 1863 to Vishwanath Datta and Bhuvaneshwari Devi. His father was a successful attorney. He used to practice meditation even from his boyhood, and was associated with Brahmo Movement for some time...
36. Isao Kimura Isao Kimura Actor, Seven Samurai Isao Kimura had featured roles in several of Akira Kurosawa's masterworks. The handsome young actor portrayed a wide range of characters under the master's guidance. He first played the war-damaged hoodlum Yusa in Stray Dog with antagonism and palpable pain; then, at the opposite end of the spectrum but with equal veracity...
37. Iain McColl Iain McColl Actor, Gangs of New York A new book, "McColl of the Wild" McColl, a familiar face in Scottish televsion comedy for more than 20 years, passed away in 2013 following a battle with cancer. He rose to national prominence during the 1980s and 1990s with roles in sitcoms 'City Lights' and 'Rab C Nesbitt'. He was cast in Martin Scorsese's blockbuster movie 'Gangs of New York' Before he died...
38. Blanche Payson Blanche Payson Actress, Wife and Auto Trouble
39. Ángel Aranda Ángel Aranda Actor, Planet of the Vampires
40. Henri Decoin Henri Decoin Writer, One Step to Eternity Partly due to the uneven quality of his work,Henri Decoin remained an overlooked director.Born in 1890,he was a sports correspondent ,a novelist ,Gallone's assistant ,and a screenwriter, As a director ,some of his Films Noirs are simply stellar and deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as those of Clouzot and Duvivier ...
41. Astor Piazzolla Astor Piazzolla Composer, Twelve Monkeys
42. Harold G. Herthum Harold G. Herthum Actor, Forrest Gump
43. Beatrice Varley Beatrice Varley Actress, Room at the Top
44. Hugh Millais Hugh Millais Actor, McCabe & Mrs. Miller
45. Harris Laskawy Harris Laskawy Actor, The Girl Next Door
46. Lola Gaos Lola Gaos Actress, Tristana She goes to South America with her family in 1939 after the Spanish Civil War. There she begins her artistic career and follows in Spain in the theater companies of Mary Carrillo, Guillermo Marín and Mercedes Prendes. She has been one of the best supporting actresses of the Spanish cinema.
47. Scott Magill Scott Magill Cinematographer, The Boys
48. Mark O'Brien Mark O'Brien Writer, The Sessions
49. Adrian Adonis Adrian Adonis Self, WrestleMania III
50. Perce Pearce Perce Pearce Writer, Bambi
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