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1. Olaf Pooley Olaf Pooley Actor, Wallenberg: A Hero's Story He was born in Parkstone, Dorset, England. His father was English and his mother was Danish. Olaf was a student of architecture at the Architectural Association, London, and of painting at the Chelsea School of Art. In Paris, he studied under the tutelage of Marcel Grommaire, at the Acedemie Colorossi...
2. Meredith MacRae Meredith MacRae Actress, The Census Taker Meredith Lynn MacRae was born on May 30, 1944, in Houston, Texas. She was born on a military base where her father was stationed. Meredith was bitten by the show business bug at an early age. Her father, Gordon MacRae was a singer and movie idol of the 1950s (Roger & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! and Carousel)...
3. Dennis Burkley Dennis Burkley Actor, The Doors
4. Dal McKennon Dal McKennon Actor, Lady and the Tramp
5. Preston Foster Preston Foster Actor, The Informer He-man actor in 30's and 40's US films.
6. Marlene Sanders Marlene Sanders Self, The Hidden Führer: Debating the Enigma of Hitler's Sexuality
7. David Somerville David Somerville Music Department, The Fall Guy
8. Cosmo Sardo Cosmo Sardo Actor, Same Time, Next Year
9. M.S. Viswanathan M.S. Viswanathan Music Department, A Peck on the Cheek
10. Arthur Cave Arthur Cave Self, 20,000 Days on Earth
11. Hugh Lloyd Hugh Lloyd Actor, Quadrophenia
12. Philip Leacock Philip Leacock Director, The Little Kidnappers Philip Leacock was brought up in the Canary Islands and educated at the English boarding school Bedales. He began in the film industry as a camera assistant in 1935. After serving with the Army Kinematograph Service during World War II, he joined the Crown Film Unit in 1948, making his directing debut with Life in Her Hands...
13. Carrie Nye Carrie Nye Actress, Guiding Light Born to play Tennessee Williams, her harsh beauty, caustic humor and throaty tones were unmistakable and reminiscent of a bygone era that once idolized Tallulah Bankhead and Marlene Dietrich. Her old-fashioned stylings were perhaps too theatrical or indulgent to make a noticeable dent on film or TV (such...
14. Ernest Tidyman Ernest Tidyman Writer, The French Connection
15. Scott Doebler Scott Doebler Actor, Ordinary People
16. Jack Beers Jack Beers Actor, A Stranger Among Us
17. Leela Chitnis Leela Chitnis Actress, Guide
18. Wolf Gremm Wolf Gremm Director, Kamikaze 89
19. Don Brinkley Don Brinkley Writer, Trapper John, M.D.
20. Andrew Stroud Andrew Stroud Uncategorised
21. Tom Rolf Tom Rolf Editor, Taxi Driver
22. Jack Woolgar Jack Woolgar Actor, Raw Meat
23. Eric Linden Eric Linden Actor, Gone with the Wind Fair-haired, youthfully handsome Swedish-American actor Eric Linden, who enjoyed pre-Code, Depression-era Hollywood stardom in boyish leads, was discovered for films by director Wesley Ruggles when Ruggles cast the New York-based actor in a lead role in the film Are These Our Children. Born in New York City...
24. Carlos López Moctezuma Carlos López Moctezuma Actor, Hidden River
25. Al Hill Al Hill Actor, The Bank Dick
26. Suresh Suresh Actor, Yasmin
27. Antonio Prieto Antonio Prieto Actor, A Fistful of Dollars
28. Michael Turner Michael Turner Actor, Othello
29. Jack Healy Jack Healy Actor, The Horse
30. Breno Mello Breno Mello Actor, Black Orpheus
31. Kenny Delmar Kenny Delmar Actor, It's a Joke, Son!
32. Adlai Stevenson Adlai Stevenson Self, Adlai Stevenson Grandson and namesake of Grover Cleveland's second Vice President, Adlai Ewing Stevenson was born in Los Angeles and raised in Bloomington, Illinois. Following a childhood marred by his accidental fatal shooting of an acquaintance in 1912, he attended the Choate School, served briefly as an apprentice seaman in the U.S...
33. Hal John Norman Hal John Norman Actor, Island of the Blue Dolphins
34. Jacques Marbeuf Jacques Marbeuf Actor, The Army of Shadows
35. Luis Mariano Luis Mariano Actor, Le chanteur de Mexico Mariano Eusebio González García, a.k.a Luis Mariano, was a famous tenor of Spanish-Basque origin who is remembered, especially in France, as "the king of the operetta." Born in Irún, he showed from an early age the signs of a multi-talented personality. By the time he was 12 years old, he could sing...
36. Stan Seidel Stan Seidel Writer, One Night at McCool's
37. Willer Bordon Willer Bordon Actor, Mario, Maria e Mario
38. Nelly Borgeaud Nelly Borgeaud Actress, Mon oncle d'Amérique
39. Michael Klenfner Michael Klenfner Actor, The Blues Brothers
40. Geary Steffin Geary Steffin Self, Sonja Henie: Queen of the Ice
41. Brian O'Shaughnessy Brian O'Shaughnessy Actor, The Gods Must Be Crazy
42. J. David Jones J. David Jones Miscellaneous Crew, Apocalypse Now
43. Walter Sedlmayr Walter Sedlmayr Actor, Ali: Fear Eats the Soul Walter Sedlmayr was loved by his audience very much, but nobody knew the real Sedlmayr. He always kept his privat life very private, and it was revealed after his death that he was homosexual. He couldn't come out as a homosexual for different reasons, but the main reason was surely his reputation as a typical bavarian man...
44. Ildikó Tordasi Ildikó Tordasi Self, Montreal 1976: Games of the XXI Olympiad
45. Madelyn Cates Madelyn Cates Actress, The Producers
46. Roberto Bolaño Roberto Bolaño Writer, Il Futuro
47. Richard McDonald Richard McDonald Self, Ray Kroc: Fast Food McMillionaire
48. Paul Krüger Paul Krüger Self, Kruger and Body Guard Leaving the Volksraad Stephanus Johannes Paulus Krüger, the president of the 19th century Transvaal Republic in what is now South Africa, was born on October 10, 1825 into a family of Prussian descent at Bulhoek in the Steynsburg district of what is now South Africa, at his grandfather's farm. Krüger, who was affectionately called "Oom Paul" (Afrikaans for "Uncle Paul") by his people...
49. Tony Mercer Tony Mercer Self, Episode dated 25 December 1963
50. Jerry McNeely Jerry McNeely Writer, Sin of Innocence
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