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1. David Niven David Niven Actor, The Pink Panther David Niven was named after the Saint's Day on which he was born, St. David, patron Saint of Wales. He attended Stowe School and Sandhurst Military Academy and served for two years in Malta with the Highland Light Infantry. At the outbreak of World War II, although a top-line star, he re-joined the army (Rifle Brigade)...
2. Alex Nicol Alex Nicol Actor, The Screaming Skull A regular "good guy" and "bad guy" presence in sagebrush sagas and two-fisted film action during the early 1950s, brawny, blond-haired Alexander Livingston Nicol Jr. was born in 1916 in Ossining, New York, the son of a prison warden there at Sing Sing, and his wife, the matron of a detention center...
3. Luis Buñuel Luis Buñuel Writer, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie The father of cinematic Surrealism and one of the most original directors in the history of the film medium, Luis Buñuel was given a strict Jesuit education (which sowed the seeds of his obsession with both religion and subversive behavior), and subsequently moved to Madrid to study at the university there, where his close friends included Salvador Dalí and Federico García Lorca...
4. Raymond Massey Raymond Massey Actor, Dr. Kildare Educated at the University of Toronto & Balliol College, Oxford, he joined the Canadian Field Artillery in World War I, served in France & was wounded. His first appearance was in a stage production in Siberia, during its occupation by American Forces in 1918. Raymond returned to Canada & the farm implement business after the war...
5. Harold Sakata Harold Sakata Actor, Goldfinger The most famous henchman of the entire James Bond series of spy thrillers, Harold Sakata will forever be remembered as the villainous "Odd Job" in the ultimate Bond film, Goldfinger, with his lethal martial arts and steel-brimmed bowler hat. He was born Toshiyuki Sakata in Hawaii, of Japanese descent...
6. Woodrow Parfrey Woodrow Parfrey Actor, Planet of the Apes Parfrey was born Sydney Woodrow Parfrey in New York City, New York, to Hazel (James) and Sidney Parfrey, both Welsh immigrants. One of the most interesting character actors to emerge on American film and television in the 1960s, Parfrey brought a quirky charisma to every role he played, from shopkeepers to space-age simians...
7. John Finnegan John Finnegan Actor, An American Tail John Finnegan, or sometimes known as J.P. Finnegan, is an American film actor, mostly known for his roles on the American crime fiction series, Columbo, which aired regularly from 1971 to 1978. Another role included voicing the character, "Warren T. Rat", who was the main villain in the 1986 Don Bluth film...
8. Cass Elliot Cass Elliot Actress, Monterey Pop Cass Elliot was born Ellen Naomi Cohen on September 19, 1941, in Baltimore, Maryland. She grew up in the Washington D.C. environs and in her senior year of high school, performed in a summer stock production of "The Boyfriend" at the Owings Mills Playhouse, where she played the French nurse who sings "It's Nicer...
9. Michel Serrault Michel Serrault Actor, Diabolique As accomplished and versatile the well-loved French actor Michel Serrault proved to be over the course of five decades, American audiences still remember this actor for one role only - that of the neurotic, outrageously flamboyant drag performer Albin (aka Zaza) in the side-splitting French gay farce La Cage aux Folles...
10. Chris Marker Chris Marker Writer, Twelve Monkeys
11. Pat McCormick Pat McCormick Writer, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Funnyman Pat McCormick was a big guy - 6 1/2 feet tall, well over 200 pounds, and that signature walrus mustache - who always made a big impression! He dropped out of Harvard Law School to pursue an advertising career in New York City, but he eventually abandoned that pursuit when he began writing jokes and gags for television and nightclub performers, including Phyllis Diller and Red Skelton...
12. Mike Reid Mike Reid Actor, EastEnders
13. O.Z. Whitehead O.Z. Whitehead Actor, The Grapes of Wrath American character actor of rather bizarre range, a member of the so-called "John Ford Stock Company." Originally a New York stage actor of some repute, Whitehead entered films in the 1930s. He played a wide variety of character parts, often quite different from his own actual age and type. He is probably most familiar as Al Joad in 'John Ford (I)''s The Grapes of Wrath...
14. Michael Stone Michael Stone Camera and Electrical Department, Transporter 2
15. Lorene Yarnell Jansson Lorene Yarnell Jansson Actress, Spaceballs
16. Jerome Robbins Jerome Robbins Miscellaneous Crew, West Side Story
17. Hilary Pritchard Hilary Pritchard Actress, Passion Potion
18. Robert Crosby Robert Crosby Sound Department, Cheers
19. Johnny Walker Johnny Walker Actor, Chachi 420 One of the earliest and best-loved comedians of Indian Cinema, Johnny Walker brought smiles and amusement to all whenever he was on film. Christening himself after the famous Scotch whisky, Walker would drive audiences wild with laughter with his squeaky voice, pencil-thin moustache and his now-classic drunken antics...
20. Peter Bayliss Peter Bayliss Actor, From Russia with Love
21. Rajendra Kumar Rajendra Kumar Actor, Mother India Rajendra was born in the Punjabi-speaking Tuli family on July 12, 1929, in Sialkot, British India (now located in Pakistan). After the turbulent years of partition, at the age of 21, Rajendra got his first break in 'Jogan' during 1950. He attained fame in 'Mother India' during 1957, playing the son of Nargis Dutt...
22. David Lochary David Lochary Actor, Pink Flamingos Divine's former best friend, with dyed silver hair, met the future Waters star in beauty school in Baltimore, Maryland. Divine later claimed that he had "never even heard the word 'drag' before David," and that Lochary did his makeup and wigs at parties (prior to Van Smith). Divine introduced Lochary to Waters in the mid-1960s...
23. Sean Malone Sean Malone Actor, The Fighter
24. Doris Nolan Doris Nolan Actress, Holiday Lovely blonde stage actress Doris Nolan, a former model raised in New York, appeared in school plays and summer stock before trying to make it in the big time. Following some Broadway work, she decorated films briefly in the late 30s after earning a contract from Fox -- most noticeably as Katharine Hepburn's chic...
25. Tom Snyder Tom Snyder Self, Tomorrow Coast to Coast
26. Antony Holland Antony Holland Actor, McCabe & Mrs. Miller
27. Sean McKee Sean McKee Actor, Liam
28. Virginia Chapman Virginia Chapman Actress, Perry Mason
29. Henri Charrière Henri Charrière Writer, Papillon Henri Charrière was born in 1906. He grew up in the south of France where his father was the master of a village school. After completing his military service in the navy, Charrière moved to Paris. His acquired nickname "Papillon" soon became a respected one in the underworld. At the age of twenty-five Charrière was sentenced to imprisonment for life without a hope of remission...
30. Sean Roberge Sean Roberge Actor, Tarzán Sean Roberge was born to father Rene and mother Brenda. Sean had a successful career as a young Canadian actor, and played electric guitar with the bands Willy Phosphorus, Days of Heaven, and Raunch. Among the talented people he admired were actors Christopher Walken and Eric Roberts, and musicians Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton...
31. James Stephenson James Stephenson Actor, The Letter British stage actor James Stephenson made his film debut quite late in life, at the age of 49, in 1937, making four pictures that year. Warner Bros. got a glimpse of this distinguished gent and signed him to a contract where he indulged himself in urbane villainy. Proving a reliable support in such films as Boy Meets Girl...
32. James Nolan James Nolan Actor, Dirty Harry
33. Vincent van Gogh Vincent van Gogh Writer, Van Gogh: Painted with Words Vincent Willem van Gogh was born on March 30, 1853, in Zundert, Netherlands. His father, named Theodorus van Gogh, was a Protestant minister. His mother, named Anna Cornelia Carbentus, was a daughter of the "book-binder to the King" Willem Carbentus; who had bound the first Consitution of Holland. Vincent Van Gogh was given the name of his elder brother...
34. James Spinks James Spinks Actor, Car Wash
35. Nancy Gabrielle Nancy Gabrielle Actress, Passport to Pimlico
36. Bharathan Bharathan Director, Thevar Magan
37. Bill Todman Bill Todman Producer, The Match Game
38. Erich Kästner Erich Kästner Writer, The Parent Trap
39. Mary Ford Mary Ford
40. Bernard West Bernard West Writer, Three's Company
41. Mickey Cohen Mickey Cohen Self, The Mike Wallace Interview
42. Claude Laydu Claude Laydu Actor, Diary of a Country Priest
43. Joel Oliansky Joel Oliansky Writer, The Competition
44. Philippe De Lacy Philippe De Lacy Actor, Peter Pan Born in France during a World War I air raid in which his mother was killed, Philippe was adopted by Mrs. Edith DeLacy, who was associated with the Women's Overseas Hospital. After the war ended, Mrs. Lacy brought Philippe to America where his stunning looks soon made him a sought after model for advertisements and eventually brought him to the screen.
45. Rena Vlahopoulou Rena Vlahopoulou Actress, I hartopaihtra
46. Jean Afrique Jean Afrique Self, Forfængelighedens marked
47. Graham Curnow Graham Curnow Actor, Horrors of the Black Museum
48. Tom Basham Tom Basham Actor, Colossus: The Forbin Project
49. Robert Schumann Robert Schumann Soundtrack, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Schumann studied Law and at the same time attended piano lessons. He ignored all musical theory because in his mind the romantic music had only to be inspired by fantasy. Publishing the "Neue Zeitschrift fuer Musik" he supported young composers of his time like Frédéric Chopin or Johannes Brahms. His own compositions where accepted when his wife 'Clara Wieck'...
50. Janet Banzet Janet Banzet Actress, A Thousand Pleasures
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