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1. Dennis Farina Dennis Farina Actor, Snatch. Actor Dennis Farina is unique among thespians in that he was one of the few to achieve success as a "late-bloomer." He did not start acting until he was 37 years old, after stints in the military and 18 years on the Chicago Police Department. He made his bones in show business as a character actor, often cast as a cop or gangster...
2. Estelle Getty Estelle Getty Actress, The Golden Girls She was truly one mother of a mom...on stage, on film and on TV. A favorite firecracker on 80s and 90s television, tiny character player Estelle Getty became best known for her carping, meddlesome moms -- complete with bemused, cynical looks, irreverent digs and dead-pan Henny Youngman-like one-liners...
3. Ulrich Mühe Ulrich Mühe Actor, The Lives of Others
4. Eric Christmas Eric Christmas Actor, Harold and Maude Christmas trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, gained experience in English repertory theatre in 1936, and had a principal role in the London production of Noël Coward's "Bitter Sweet" in the 1930s. During the Second World War, he was a member of Royal Air Force production units and performed in the RAF's Gang Show...
5. Tom Aldredge Tom Aldredge Actor, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Tom Aldredge was born on February 28, 1928, in Dayton, Ohio. First appearing off-Broadway in 1957 in "Electra" and on Broadway in 1959 in "The Nervous Set," Aldredge has appeared in over 30 Broadway and off-Broadway productions. Others include "On Golden Pond," "The Litte Foxes" (opposite Elizabeth Taylor)...
6. Duane Jones Duane Jones Actor, Night of the Living Dead Cult figure who will forever be remembered as Ben, the resourceful yet ill-fated hero of George A. Romero's low-budget zombie film Night of the Living Dead. Jones was a former English professor who directed at the Maguire Theater at the Old Westbury campus of New York State University, and he additionally served as artistic director at the Richard Allen Center in New York City...
7. László Kovács László Kovács Cinematographer, Ghostbusters
8. Frank Pierson Frank Pierson Writer, Dog Day Afternoon
9. Charles Robinson Charles Robinson Actor, The Sand Pebbles Charles Robinson graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from Princeton in 1958. His theatrical family opened his acting career, at age three, on Broadway. After college, his first film was Splendor in the Grass, to be followed by The Singing Nun, Shenandoah and Take Her, She's Mine. After "Tall Story"...
10. Linda Christian Linda Christian Actress, The Devil's Hand Born Blanca Rosa Welter, her father was an executive with an important oil company and the future Linda Christian followed him from country to country: South Africa, Romania, Germany, France, Switzerland, England, Palestine. This was beneficial in that the little girl - a very good pupil at school - was eventually able to speak seven different foreign languages...
11. Mary Forbes Mary Forbes Actress, A Farewell to Arms
12. George Wallace George Wallace Actor, Minority Report George Wallace was born in New York and, at age 13, moved with his mom and her new husband to McMechen, West Virginia, a coal mining town where the boy began working in the mines. He joined the Navy in 1936, got out in 1940, and then went right back in again when World War II started. A chief boatswain's mate...
13. Claude Sautet Claude Sautet Writer, Un Coeur en Hiver
14. Erik Chitty Erik Chitty Actor, Doctor Zhivago
15. Serge Reggiani Serge Reggiani Actor, Le Doulos The notably gifted, multi-talented actor, chanteur, poet and painter Serge Reggiani was born in Reggio Emilia, a town in northern Italy, in 1922. His father, a highly visible anti-fascist, fled his Mussolini-dictated homeland due to his fervent political activities and emigrated to France in order to protect his family...
16. Chuck Traynor Chuck Traynor Actor, The Layout
17. Natasha Parry Natasha Parry Actress, Romeo and Juliet
18. Greg Burson Greg Burson Actor, Jurassic Park
19. Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. Miscellaneous Crew, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ Florenz Ziegfeld was one of the greatest Broadway impresarios of all time. His greatest productions were the annual Ziegfeld Follies, running from 1907 up to the early 30s. A few of his other successful musical stage productions like "Sally" with Marilyn Miller were made into film musicals in the early talkie-era.
20. Jack Lescoulie Jack Lescoulie Actor, Brains & Brawn
21. Patrick Newell Patrick Newell Actor, Young Sherlock Holmes
22. Michael Denison Michael Denison Actor, Boyd Q.C. One of the finest exponents of the art of light comedy acting, Michael Denison enjoyed a highly successful career both on stage and screen. He and his wife, actress Dulcie Gray, appeared in over 100 West End shows and their marriage, which lasted nearly sixty years, was regarded as one of the happiest in British show business...
23. Kathleen Case Kathleen Case Actress, Human Desire
24. Garry Goodrow Garry Goodrow Actor, Dirty Dancing
25. Freddie Mills Freddie Mills Self, Six-Five Special "Fearless" Freddie Mills was born on June 26, 1919 in Bournemouth, England. In 1936, at the age of 17, he began a highly successful and colorful professional boxing career which made him the "darling" of the British fight scene. At 5' 10" and 175lbs., Mills was noted for his hard-charging, straight ahead style of brawling...
26. John Dillinger John Dillinger Self, Dillinger: Public Enemy No. 1 One of the most famous bank robbers in history, he was born John Herbert Dillinger on June 22, 1903, to a grocery store owner named John Wilson Dillinger and his wife Mollie (the family also included an older sister, Audrey). By all accounts the Dillingers were a normal "all-American" family, but the...
27. Torben Bille Torben Bille Actor, Brand-Børge rykker ud Torben Bille was born on October 31, 1945 in Koge, Denmark. Torben first became involved with show business when he joined a traveling troupe of artists as a child. Bille worked behind-the-scenes on a number of movies as either a property master or a stage manager. He achieved his greatest enduring...
28. John L. Russell John L. Russell Cinematographer, Psycho
29. Larry Clemmons Larry Clemmons Writer, The Jungle Book
30. Sacha Distel Sacha Distel Self, Sacha show
31. Bogdan Stupka Bogdan Stupka Actor, Taras Bulba Bogdan Stupka is one of Ukraine's most famous actors. His most memorable stage role was as Tevye the Milkman in Sholom Aleichem's Tevye-Tevel (aka... Fiddler on the Roof). After a brief stint as the Ukrainean Minister of Culture, he is the Executive Director of the Ivan Franko State Theater in Kyiv. Along with his administrative duties...
32. Robert Rothwell Robert Rothwell Actor, El Dorado
33. Tamara Danz Tamara Danz Self, Jetzt kommt die Süße
34. Cy Kendall Cy Kendall Actor, Tarzan's New York Adventure
35. Fern Persons Fern Persons Actress, Field of Dreams
36. Tony Galento Tony Galento Actor, On the Waterfront "Two Ton" Tony Galento, a stogie-smoking pugilist and bar-owner who claimed he trained on beer, hamburgers, and spaghetti, was one of the most colorful characters to ever contend for the heavyweight title. Born Dominic Anthony Galento on March 12, 1910 in Orange, New Jersey, he earned his nickname after driving his ice truck to an arena...
37. Parker McCormick Parker McCormick Actress, The Fan
38. Robert Sparks Robert Sparks Producer, Out of the Past Husband of actress Penny (Blondie Bumstead) Singleton, Sparks produced a number of the "Blondie" movies during the late '30s and early '40s. Sparks began his career in Hollywood in 1932 with Paramount Pictures where he was employed as a writer. He joined Columbia Pictures in 1938 and began producing the "Blondie" films...
39. Fritz Kortner Fritz Kortner Actor, Pandora's Box
40. Forrest Wood Forrest Wood Actor, Soylent Green
41. Corbett Monica Corbett Monica Actor, The Joey Bishop Show
42. Vincent Hanna Vincent Hanna Self, A Week in Politics
43. Barbara Lang Barbara Lang Actress, Party Girl Actress Barbara Lang was a beautiful, brassy "B"-level blonde of the 50s in the Barbara Payton mold. Lang's life was certainly not as reckless as that of Payton, who also flourished during the 1950s, but it did have its share of roller coaster rides. She also did not make as many films as Payton -- three to be exact...
44. Mary Kerridge Mary Kerridge Actress, Richard III
45. Austin Green Austin Green Actor, Ring of Terror
46. Myrna Niles Myrna Niles Actress, The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle
47. Kay Arnold Kay Arnold Actress, Carpool
48. Robert F. Blumofe Robert F. Blumofe Producer, Yours, Mine and Ours
49. Wayne McLaren Wayne McLaren Actor, Cry for Me, Billy
50. Alan Shepard Alan Shepard Writer, Moon Shot Alan Shepard was a member of the seven man Mercury astronaut program, and was the first American, and the second man in space. He was also a member of the Apollo program and landed on the moon.
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