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1. Robert Francis Robert Francis Actor, The Caine Mutiny Relatively new to Hollywood, young Robert Francis, 25, was a rising young actor on the verge of film stardom in 1955 after making a solid debut as a ranking officer in The Caine Mutiny - alongside a formidable, normally intimidating group of veterans such as Humphrey Bogart, José Ferrer, Van Johnson and Fred MacMurray...
2. Michael Ansara Michael Ansara Actor, The Message Born in a small village in Syria, Michael Ansara came to the United States with his American parents at the age of two, living in New England, until the family's relocation to California ten years later. He entered Los Angeles City College with the intention of becoming a doctor, but got sidetracked into the dramatics department...
3. Gore Vidal Gore Vidal Writer, Caligula Gore Vidal was born in 1925 to West Point aeronautics instructor Gene Vidal and his wife Nina. The Vidals endured a rocky marriage divorcing ten years after Gore's birth. Young Gore spent much of his childhood with his blind grandfather, Senator T.P. Gore of Oklahoma. He is also a cousin of Tennessee ex-senator and ex-vice president Al Gore...
4. Carl Steven Carl Steven Actor, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
5. Virginia Grey Virginia Grey Actress, All That Heaven Allows Born into a show-business family--her father was a director and her mother was a film cutter--Virginia Grey made her film debut at age 10 as Eva in Uncle Tom's Cabin. After a few more films as a child actress, she left the business to finish her schooling. Returning to films as an adult in the 1930s, she started out getting extra work and bit parts...
6. Trinidad Silva Trinidad Silva Actor, UHF
7. Frederick Coffin Frederick Coffin Actor, Identity A solid, reliable working actor since the early 70s, Frederick Coffin was born January 16, 1943 to actress Winnie Collins, as one of five siblings. Educated at Western Reserve Academy, in Hudson, Ohio, Coffin was both an excellent athlete and student. It was at WRA that he first began theater studies; he graduated in 1961 with a BA in theater...
8. Sylvia Field Sylvia Field Actress, Search for Tomorrow
9. Bobby Van Bobby Van Self, Make Me Laugh Triple-threat performer singer, dancer and actor Bobby Van was the epitome of the breezy, exuberant song-and-dance man who could enliven any film he was put into. Unfortunately, he caught the tail end of MGM's musical reign during the 1950s. Alas, the visions of Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor come...
10. Kenny Ireland Kenny Ireland Actor, Crossing the Line
11. Franz Liszt Franz Liszt Soundtrack, Shine Franz Liszt, the virtuoso pianist and composer, was the most famous concert superstar of the 19th century. He was born in what was then the Austrian Empire. His father was Hungarian and his mother was Austrian. At age 6 he took music lessons from his father, Adam Liszt, who worked at the Court of Count Esterhazy...
12. Tom Mankiewicz Tom Mankiewicz Miscellaneous Crew, Ladyhawke
13. Michael Staniforth Michael Staniforth Actor, Episode #1.1
14. Silvia Seidel Silvia Seidel Actress, Anna
15. Jim Reeves Jim Reeves Soundtrack, The Man Who Fell to Earth Jim Reeves was one of the best of the "Nashville Sound" style country and western singers. His fame was widespread, not only in the USA, but also in Britain, India, Scandanavia and South Africa. Born in 1923 in Panola County, Texas, Jim after college began to pursue a professional baseball career but was sidelined by an injury to his leg while a pitcher with the Houston Buffaloes...
16. Bill Raisch Bill Raisch Actor, The Ivy Maze Raisch was born of German immigrant parents in New Jersey in 1905. After graduating from high school, Raisch took a job at a construction site hauling cement. When he wasn't working, he lifted weights at Sig Klein's Gym in New York City. Raisch was noticed by a society girl looking for a dancing partner and he escorted her to various parties as her date and dancing partner...
17. Kathleen Maddox Kathleen Maddox Uncategorised
18. Diana King Diana King Actress, Pink Floyd The Wall
19. Fernando Sancho Fernando Sancho Actor, Return of the Evil Dead
20. Dan Resin Dan Resin Actor, Caddyshack
21. Fanny Rowe Fanny Rowe Actress, Jane Eyre
22. Harry Alan Towers Harry Alan Towers Producer, The Mangler Legendary exploitation producer Harry Alan Towers was born in London in 1920. His father was a theatrical agent, and Harry was a stage actor in his childhood. During World War II he served in the Royal Air Force, during which time he produced many shows on radio. When the war was over he stayed in radio and formed Towers of London...
23. Lenore Aubert Lenore Aubert Actress, Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein Lenore Aubert was born in present-day Slovenia, at the time still connected to the Austro-Hungarian Empire (her French name was pure Hollywood hokum, designed to make her background more exotic - though she did live for some time in Paris). Eleanore Maria Leisner was the daughter of an Austrian general...
24. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Writer, The Little Prince Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was born into an old family of provincial nobility. After failing his final exams at a preparatory school, he entered the École des Beaux-Arts to study architecture. In 1921, he began his military service in the 2nd Regiment of Chasseurs, and was sent to Strasbourg for training as a pilot...
25. Laura Betti Laura Betti Actress, 1900
26. Fred Carson Fred Carson Actor, Operation -- Annihilate!
27. Beatrix Lehmann Beatrix Lehmann Actress, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
28. Robert James Robert James Actor, Cold Comfort Farm Robert James was a Scottish actor whose gift for subtle characterisation meant that he was rarely out of work in a career on stage, television and in film which spanned over five decades. He was recognisable stalwart of British television drama, a prolific "I know the face, but" performer of intelligence...
29. Mimi Aguglia Mimi Aguglia Actress, The Outlaw "The whole world's a stage and all the men and women are mere players " is one of Shakespeare's most famous quotes. And it seemed written specially for Mimi Aguglia, for if she was not a "mere" player a player she was in the theatre and, later, in the movies. And wasn't she the daughter of an actress (Giuseppina Aguglia) before becoming the mother of another one (Argentina Brunetti)...
30. Joseph E. Levine Joseph E. Levine Producer, A Bridge Too Far Boston-born Joseph E. Levine parlayed an early career as a film exhibitor and distributor of Italian-made muscle-man pictures into a highly successful stint as America's most successful independent producer at the time of his death. Born on September 9, 1905, Levine first worked in the clothing industry before buying a movie house in New Haven...
31. Pauline Chan Pauline Chan Actress, From Beijing with Love Born in Shanghai, China, as Pinyin Chen Baolian, Pauline Chan emigrated to Hong Kong at age 12 with her mother when her parents divorced. A beautiful young girl, it didn't take long for photographers and agents to notice her and she began modeling at 15. In 1990 she entered the Miss Asia beauty pageant...
32. Daisuke Katô Daisuke Katô Actor, Seven Samurai
33. Bud Linn Bud Linn Actor, Song of the Range A lifelong singer, Bud Linn's association with the King's Men quartet was his primary profession, beginning in 1930. From 1934 to 1937 The King's Men (Ken Darby, Arranger & Bass; Rad Robinson Baritone; Jon Dodson, Lead Tenor; Bud Linn, Top Tenor) were a feature of the Paul Whiteman Orchestra on RCA records and the Kraft Music Hall...
34. Joe George Joe George Actor, The Execution of Private Slovik
35. Mitch Miller Mitch Miller Self, No Direction Home: Bob Dylan A graduate of the Eastman School of Music and a classically trained oboist, Mitch Miller first entered the pop music scene in 1948 at Mercury Records, where he guided such acts as Vic Damone, Frankie Laine and Patti Page to success. In 1950 he was lured by Goddard Lieberson to Columbia Records as that label's A&R director...
36. Suso Cecchi D'Amico Suso Cecchi D'Amico Writer, Rocco and His Brothers
37. Gertrude Short Gertrude Short Actress, The Little Angel of Canyon Creek Married to director/writer Scott Pembroke, daughter of actor Lew Short and sister of actress Florence Short. Gertrude was in vaudeville for five years then moved to the legit stage and onto Hollywood in 1922. From 1924 to 1925, Short played in a series of "Telephone Girl" comedies, directed by her husband...
38. Ralph Strait Ralph Strait Actor, Halloween III: Season of the Witch
39. Owen McGiveney Owen McGiveney Actor, Brigadoon
40. Warren Parker Warren Parker Actor, Too Soon to Love
41. Gerda Maurus Gerda Maurus Actress, Spies Gertrud Pfiel was born in present day Croatia, the daughter of an engineer and inventor. A strikingly beautiful blonde with high cheekbones and expressive blue eyes, she grew up in Vienna where she was trained as a singer and dancer, embarking on a theatrical career by the age of fifteen. Until 1944...
42. Stanley Ellin Stanley Ellin Writer, The Big Night
43. Lucio Quarantotto Lucio Quarantotto Soundtrack, Wanted
44. John Rogers John Rogers Actor, Lassie Come Home
45. Jean-Paul Roussillon Jean-Paul Roussillon Actor, A Christmas Tale
46. Ari Leschnikoff Ari Leschnikoff Actor, Kabarett-Programm Nr. 6
47. George Richey George Richey Music Department, Episode #5.21
48. Peter James Peter James Self, Ghost Encounters: The Queen Mary
49. Kate Rorke Kate Rorke Actress, Everybody's Business
50. Petra Peters Petra Peters Actress, Girls Behind Bars
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