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1. Peter Sellers Peter Sellers Actor, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Often credited as the greatest comedian of all time, Peter Sellers was born to a well-off English acting family in 1925. His mother and father worked in an acting company run by his grandmother. As a child, Sellers was spoiled, as his parents' first child had died at birth. He enlisted in the Royal Air Force and served during World War II...
2. Chad Everett Chad Everett Actor, Mulholland Dr. Both a leading and a supporting actor in movies and on television, name a role - lawyer, airline pilot, rig foreman, doctor, gunslinger, real-life person, good guy, bad guy - and Chad Everett has probably played it. He was born Raymon Lee Cramton on June 11, 1936, in South Bend, Indiana. In high school, he did stage plays and wanted to become an actor...
3. Sherman Hemsley Sherman Hemsley Actor, Alice in Wonderland Sherman Hemsley played characters known to be wise-cracking, "Weezy" loving, "honky" calling, boisterous fools which America and the entire world laughed with kindheartedly. Sherman Alexander Hemsley, Air Force veteran and actor, was born on Feb. 1, 1938 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father, William Hemsley...
4. Joe McMahon Joe McMahon Producer, Mutiny on the Bering Sea
5. G.D. Spradlin G.D. Spradlin Actor, The Godfather: Part II G.D. Spradlin started his career as a lawyer, then became an Independent Oil producer. He was active in local politics before turning to acting. He joined the Oklahoma Repertory Theatre in 1964.
6. Chaney Kley Chaney Kley Actor, Darkness Falls
7. Brian Glover Brian Glover Actor, Alien³ Brian Glover was born in Sheffield, Yorkshire and used to be a professional wrestler going by the name of "Leon Arras the Man From Paris". He also provides one of the voices for the animated "Tetley Tea" TV adverts. His stage work included seasons with the Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal National Theatre.
8. Ingrid Sischy Ingrid Sischy Self, Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe
9. Virginia Christine Virginia Christine Actress, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Virginia was a concert pianist and a trained lyric soprano. She studied dancing with Maria Bekefi and acting with the renowned professional studio coach, Helena Sorell and Michael Mark. Virginia spoke four languages, English, French, Swedish and German.
10. Constance Bennett Constance Bennett Actress, Topper Independent, outspoken Constance Bennett, the first of the Bennett sisters to enter films, appeared in New York-produced silents before a chance meeting with Samuel Goldwyn led to her Hollywood debut in Cytherea. She abandoned a burgeoning career in silents for marriage to Philip Plant in 1925; after they divorced...
11. Alan Clarke Alan Clarke Director, Scum Liverpool native Alan Clarke got his start in the film business in Canada, where he studied acting and directing. Upon returning to England he got a job at ITV, then moved over to the BBC in 1969. He worked mostly in television, but he made a couple of feature films that got attention for their portrayal of the gritty and occasionally violent life of the British working class...
12. Maurice Denham Maurice Denham Actor, Animal Farm Born in Beckenham, Kent, English character actor Maurice Denham first came to public notice in the 1940s on radio, appearing on many of the most popular comedy series of the day in a variety of characters. His debut in films came in 1947 with The Smugglers. His talents came to the forefront in the animated feature Animal Farm...
13. Vincent Beck Vincent Beck Actor, ...And Justice for All. Tall, deep-voiced character actor who started on screen in the lamentable Santa Claus Conquers the Martians which would have taken him some time to live down. Thereafter, he was most comfortable playing the heavy, and never averse to do so in monster make-up, as in The Time Tunnel episode "Town of Terror." He was also the blue-faced alien hunter Megazor in the third season episode of Lost in Space,"Hunter's Moon"...
14. Jimboy Salazar Jimboy Salazar Actor, Bocaue Pagoda Tragedy
15. Barbara Colby Barbara Colby Actress, Murder by the Book Actress Barbara Colby, at age 36, was on the brink of TV character stardom when the native New Yorker was senselessly shot and killed one evening on the streets of Los Angeles. The tall, toothy, husky-voiced, frizzy-haired actress equipped with a keen, Brooklyn-tough sensibility and dead-on comedy instincts had just started to make a name for herself on the West coast when tragedy occurred...
16. Victor Moore Victor Moore Actor, Swing Time
17. Zeffie Tilbury Zeffie Tilbury Actress, The Grapes of Wrath
18. Lance Reventlow Lance Reventlow Self, The Sound of Speed
19. G. Wood G. Wood Actor, Harold and Maude
20. Sacha Guitry Sacha Guitry Writer, Faisons un rêve... French actor, dramatist and director, Sacha Guitry was born in 1885 in Saint-Petersburg where his father, actor Lucien Guitry, was under contract with the city's French theater. Early on, Sacha knew he was going to be an artist. Therefore, his studies were mediocre. His acting debuts were not too encouraging either...
21. Archie Duncan Archie Duncan Actor, Ring of Bright Water
22. Michael Sellers Michael Sellers Self, I Told You I Was Ill: The Life and Legacy of Spike Milligan
23. Hans Albers Hans Albers Actor, The Blue Angel Life companion was the actress Hansi Burg. Their relationship started in 1925. They separated in 1935 due to the pressure of the German Nazi government. In 1938 she went into exile in Switzerland (later London). Shortly after this she married the Norwegian Erich Blydt. Burg returned to Germany and Albers in 1946. They lived together until his death 1960. She died 15 years later.
24. Richard Jury Richard Jury Actor, A House for All Seasons
25. Al Eben Al Eben Actor, Corky Romano
26. Tresa Hughes Tresa Hughes Actress, Another World Born in 1929 in Washington, Tresa Hughes was raised in Baltimore. She attended Maryland Art Institute and Johns Hopkins and George Washington Universities and graduated from Wayne State University. She was in the acting company at Pennsylvania's Hedgerow Theatre, led by Jasper Deeter; and a member of Playwrights Theater Company in Chicago...
27. Harry Towb Harry Towb Actor, Barry Lyndon Harry Towb was a character actor of Irish and Russian-Jewish descent. He grew up in Belfast, making his stage debut at the Guildhall Theatre in Derry in 1946. He began acting in England from the 1950s. Over the years he was affiliated with the National Theatre, the Abbey and Gate Theatres in Dublin, and with the Royal Shakespeare Company...
28. James Kiernan James Kiernan Actor, With Friends Like These
29. Michael Sundin Michael Sundin Actor, Return to Oz
30. Harry Hayden Harry Hayden Actor, Till the Clouds Roll By Bespectacled, thick-set US light player often cast as officious or snooping types like hotel managers and bankers.
31. László Görög László Görög Writer, The Affairs of Susan
32. Ernest Morrison Ernest Morrison Actor, Spooks Run Wild "Sunshine Sammy" Morrison was most famous as one of the Dead End Kids/East Side Kids, but he was probably the most experienced actor of that group. Morrison made his film debut while still an infant; his father worked for a wealthy Los Angeles family that had connections in the film industry, and one...
33. Davis Grubb Davis Grubb Writer, The Night of the Hunter Novelist and short-story writer Davis Grubb was a descendant of one of the oldest, most prominent families in the Moundsville, West Virginia, area. He mined the area's history for some of his works, including his award-winning first novel "The Night of the Hunter", based on a thief who romanced, then killed...
34. José Bódalo José Bódalo Actor, Django
35. Jean Girault Jean Girault Writer, The Troops of St. Tropez
36. Rene Requiestas Rene Requiestas Actor, Alyas Batman en Robin
37. Bill Shine Bill Shine Actor, The Red Shoes
38. Frank Fenton Frank Fenton Actor, A Foreign Affair
39. Jane White Jane White Actress, Klute
40. 'Little Billy' Rhodes 'Little Billy' Rhodes Actor, The Terror of Tiny Town
41. Victoria Forde Victoria Forde Actress, When Cupid Slipped Victoria Forde was born in New York City on April 21, 1896. The city in which she came into the world was the entertainment capital of the world at that time. Broadway and the fledgling film industry were located there. Victoria gravitated toward that entertainment field. She was just 16 years old when she appeared in her first silent motion picture called Sheridan's Ride in 1913...
42. Walt Martin Walt Martin Sound Department, Million Dollar Baby
43. Glen Boles Glen Boles Actor, The Road to Ruin As a young boy, Glen Boles was approached by a director on Sunset Boulevard who was shooting a film. He asked Glen to run out in front of a horse. Glen agreed, made five dollars, and was hooked on the film business. He continued to act in extra roles and worked his way up into supporting roles in Hollywood films...
44. Czenzi Ormonde Czenzi Ormonde Writer, Strangers on a Train
45. Helena Phillips Evans Helena Phillips Evans Actress, Nancy Drew: Detective
46. Isaac Bashevis Singer Isaac Bashevis Singer Writer, Yentl
47. Donald Symington Donald Symington Actor, Annie Hall
48. Andrew Cunanan Andrew Cunanan Uncategorised Andrew Cunanan was the youngest of four children in a prosperous but unhappy family in the San Diego, California, area. His status-conscious father was a former Naval officer and stockbroker and his naive, religious mother was a homemaker. His parents marriage was showing strains when Cunanan was born...
49. Virginia Johnson Virginia Johnson Self, The Truth About Sex
50. Nino Quevedo Nino Quevedo Writer, Goya, historia de una soledad
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