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1. James Garner James Garner Actor, The Notebook Amiable and handsome James Garner had obtained success in both films and television, often playing variations of the charming anti-hero/con-man persona he first developed in Maverick, the offbeat western TV series that shot him to stardom in the late 1950s. James Garner was born James Scott Bumgarner in Norman...
2. Skye McCole Bartusiak Skye McCole Bartusiak Actress, The Patriot
3. Jack Warden Jack Warden Actor, 12 Angry Men Jack Warden was born John H. Lebzelter on September 18, 1920 in Newark, New Jersey to Laura M. (Costello) and Jack Warden Lebzelter. His father was of German and Irish descent, and his mother was of Irish ancestry. Raised in Louisville, Kentucky, at the age of 17, young Jack Lebzelter was expelled from Louisville's DuPont Manual High School for repeatedly fighting...
4. Mel Smith Mel Smith Actor, The Princess Bride
5. Edward Bunker Edward Bunker Actor, Reservoir Dogs
6. Joe Flynn Joe Flynn Actor, The Rescuers Born on November 8, 1924, in Youngstown, Ohio and after attending Northwestern University, Flynn began his entertainment career as a ventriloquist and as a radio performer. During World War II, he served in the Army's Special Services Branch (formerly the Morale Branch) entertaining the troops in the United States...
7. Tom Davis Tom Davis Writer, Coneheads
8. Gene Roth Gene Roth Actor, Attack of the Giant Leeches Tall (6'2"), burly, and reliable character actor Gene Roth was born Eugene Oliver Edgar Stutenroth on January 8, 1903 in Redfield, South Dakota. He was the youngest of three sons born to German father Eugene Stutenroth and Swedish mother Anna Christina Olsen. Roth and his two brothers were raised by their mother after their father abandoned them when Gene was only two years old...
9. Eddie Quillan Eddie Quillan Actor, The Grapes of Wrath Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 31, 1907, Eddie Quillan was seven years old and already performing in vaudeville with his sister and three brothers in an act called "The Rising Generation." His parents, Joseph Quillan and Sarah Quillan, were well-known performers with Joseph himself managing the family act...
10. Harry Stockwell Harry Stockwell Actor, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
11. Laura Devon Laura Devon Actress, Red Line 7000 Gorgeous, well-endowed singer/actress Laura Devon arrived in Tinseltown during the early 1960s, but gave notice less than a decade later and retired permanently after her second marriage. She made only five films. Laura was categorized as one of those beautiful bouffant blondes of film and TV who were usually cast as diverting set decoration -- the equally blonde lovelies Sharon Tate...
12. Frank McCourt Frank McCourt Self, Home Frank McCourt was born August 19, 1930, in Brooklyn, New York, to Irish immigrant parents; grew up in Limerick, Ireland; and, at the age of 19, returned to the United States. Surviving initially through a string of casual jobs, spending every spare minute reading books from the public library, Frank...
13. Betty Marsden Betty Marsden Actress, The Dresser Remarkable, unique, unforgettable Betty Marsden was one of Britain's most talented comedy actresses, best known for her multiple roles in the Kenneth Horne shows on BBC radio in the 1960s. Betty Marsden was born in Liverpool on 24th February 1919, and appeared at Bath Pavilion aged 11 as the First Fairy in A Midsummer Night's Dream...
14. Bob Talmadge Bob Talmadge Self, Buster Keaton
15. Peter Marquardt Peter Marquardt Actor, El mariachi
16. John Fasano John Fasano Writer, Darkness Falls John Fasano began his filmmaking career creating industrial films for such companies as IBM. In 1984 he wrote the play "Thoughts in the Margin" for Amnesty International. His work in the independent motion picture field includes producing and directing Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare, Black Roses and The Jitters...
17. Dercy Gonçalves Dercy Gonçalves Actress, A Grande Vedete
18. Carol Veazie Carol Veazie Actress, Auntie Mame
19. Yoshio Harada Yoshio Harada Actor, Tsigoineruwaizen
20. Sheila Burrell Sheila Burrell Actress, Cold Comfort Farm
21. Gérard Oury Gérard Oury Writer, The Mad Adventures of 'Rabbi' Jacob
22. Charles H. Radilak Charles H. Radilak Actor, Counterweight
23. Anthony De Mario Anthony De Mario Actor, Black Widow
24. Evie Wynn Johnson Evie Wynn Johnson Self, Tyrone Power: The Last Idol
25. Marilyn Johnson Marilyn Johnson Actress, A Hit with a Miss
26. Jack P. Pierce Jack P. Pierce Make-Up Department, The Wolf Man As we look back on the cinematic pioneers of the 20th century, no individual is more significant in his field than genius makeup artist Jack Pierce, the legendary monster-maker who worked in the 1930s and 1940s at Universal Studios during its classic horror period. Pierce's story is equal parts triumph and tragedy...
27. Richard Marion Richard Marion Actor, Child's Play 3
28. Tudi Wiggins Tudi Wiggins Actress, All My Children
29. Ivor Emmanuel Ivor Emmanuel Self, Episode dated 23 October 1959
30. Cécile Aubry Cécile Aubry Writer, Belle and Sebastian
31. Tom Brower Tom Brower Actor, The Lawless Nineties
32. Clyde Beatty Clyde Beatty Actor, Africa Screams Clyde Beatty, who was born on June 10, 1903 in Bainbridge, Ohio, was a big game hunter who became famous as a lion tamer and animal trainer. He was the first lion tamer to be featured in a circus. Eventually, he became a circus impresario who owned his own show. Beatty became famous for his "fighting...
33. Poncie Ponce Poncie Ponce Actor, Speedway
34. Daniel L. Fapp Daniel L. Fapp Cinematographer, The Great Escape American cinematographer who spent the bulk of his career at Paramount (1923-1959). After two years apprenticed in the studio lab, Fapp first worked the movie camera as an assistant in 1925. By 1941, he had graduated to full director of photography at the behest of cinematographer, turned director, Ted Tetzlaff...
35. John R. Reilly John R. Reilly Actor, Story of G.I. Joe
36. Víctor Manuel Mendoza Víctor Manuel Mendoza Actor, Susana
37. Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. Director, The Blob Irvin S. Yeaworth began his career in radio, singing (at age ten) on the first radio station in the world, KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He later became a radio and TV producer. His first feature, "Twice Convicted", was shot in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, in the early 1950s (several years later new footage was added and it was re-titled The Flaming Teenage)...
38. Pepe Callahan Pepe Callahan Actor, The Long Goodbye
39. Archer King Archer King Producer, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Celebrating over 50 years as a Corporation, and an Agent (one of the longest held franchises in New York) Archer King is energetic and active as any Agent could be, with a history as an Actor, producer, Distributor, Film Packager and Entertainment Consultant. Archer was an actor for a short time, with work including the Broadway Production "Summer Night" in 1939...
40. George Barbier George Barbier Actor, Yankee Doodle Dandy Barbier was educated for the ministry before going to work on the stage. He appeared on Broadway in such successes as "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "The Man Who Came Back," among others. He signed a contract with Paramount Pictures in 1929 and later worked as an actor for most of the major studios.
41. James B. Clark James B. Clark Director, Flipper
42. Humayun Ahmed Humayun Ahmed Writer, Dui Duari With the publishing of his first book, "Nondito Noroke" in 1972, Humayun Ahmed came into the limelight as a promising young writer. He proved later on that he was not there to be lost among others. His next book, "Shonkhonil Karagar", was another huge success with the readers. Most of his earlier books were family/social drama...
43. Frankie Van Frankie Van Actor, Rocky
44. Vic Vargas Vic Vargas Actor, In This Corner
45. Erik Ode Erik Ode Actor, Eine Kugel für den Kommissar
46. Sverre Wilberg Sverre Wilberg Actor, Olsen-banden
47. Modoc Modoc Actress, Good Times Modoc was former Circus elephant Ralph Helfer found for sale in the newspaper that he bought for only a thousand Dollars for a new Television series in 1961 called "Frontier Circus" from a private Zoo In the hills of the Ozark Mountains. When Ralph and his friend Frank drove across the Country on a...
48. Ulf Qvarsebo Ulf Qvarsebo Actor, Andra delen
49. Alan Lomax Alan Lomax Soundtrack, Gangs of New York
50. Paul Beeson Paul Beeson Cinematographer, To Sir, with Love
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