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1. Brion James Brion James Actor, Blade Runner Brion James was born February 20, 1945, in Redlands, California, to Ida Mae (Buckelew) and Jimmy James. The family soon moved to Beaumont, California (between Los Angeles and Palm Springs), where his parents built and operated a movie theater, where stars such as Gene Autry would occasionally stop by...
2. John Anderson John Anderson Actor, Psycho A tall, sinewy, austere-looking character actor with silver hair, rugged features and a distinctive voice, John Robert Anderson left an impressive legacy of literally hundreds of film and TV credits. Immensely versatile, he was at his best submerging himself in the role of historical figures (he impersonated Abraham Lincoln three times and twice baseball commissioner Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis...
3. Oliver Hardy Oliver Hardy Actor, The Flying Deuces Although his parents were never in show business, as a young boy Oliver Hardy was a gifted singer and, by age eight, was performing with minstrel shows. In 1910 he ran a movie theatre, which he preferred to studying law. In 1913 he became a comedy actor with the Lubin Company in Florida and began appearing in a long series of shorts; his debut film was Outwitting Dad...
4. Joi Lansing Joi Lansing Actress, Touch of Evil Joi Lansing was born Joyce Renee Brown on April 6, 1929 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was a young lady who developed, physically, early as a teen. Because of her striking good looks, she began to model and was extremely successful throughout the 1940s. It was only natural that her physical assets eventually landed her on the silver screen...
5. Grayson Hall Grayson Hall Actress, All My Children
6. Larry Martyn Larry Martyn Actor, The Final Conflict
7. Tom Neal Tom Neal Actor, Detour Tom Neal is best remembered for his off-screen exploits, which involved scandal, mayhem and a charge of murder. Before his 1938 screen debut in MGM's Out West with the Hardys, Neal had been a member of the boxing team at Northwestern University, had debuted on the Broadway stage in 1935 and had received a law degree from Harvard...
8. Bruno Cremer Bruno Cremer Actor, Under the Sand Bruno Cremer went to Paris following high school. He always knew he was made to be an actor and his mother helped him. He was admitted to the Paris Conservatory. He rose to prominence in the theater playing in Shakespeare's "Pericles," Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband" and Jean Anouilh's "Poor Bitos" and "Becket." He has appeared in dozens of films...
9. Jill Banner Jill Banner Actress, Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told Jill Banner's early life was somewhat nomadic. Her father died when she was 2, and her mother moved from Washington to South Dakota and Iowa before settling in Glendale, California. Jill attended the Hollywood Professional School (one of her classmates was Peggy Lipton). Her debut film, Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told...
10. Wally Albright Wally Albright Actor, Hi'-Neighbor!
11. Charles Maxwell Charles Maxwell Actor, Spectre of the Gun
12. Robert Hutton Robert Hutton Actor, The Steel Helmet The son of a hardware merchant and cousin of Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton, Robert Hutton was born in Kingston, New York, and attended Blair Academy in New Jersey. For several seasons the future film actor was a leading man and director with the Woodstock Playhouse stock company in New York. He...
13. Konstantin Stanislavski Konstantin Stanislavski Miscellaneous Crew, Na dne Konstantin Stanislavski was a wealthy Russian businessman turned director who founded the Moscow Art Theatre, and originated the Stanislavski's System of acting which was spread over the world by his students, such as Michael Chekhov, Aleksei Dikij, Stella Adler, Viktor Tourjansky, and Richard Boleslawski among many others...
14. Peter Jennings Peter Jennings Self, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir
15. Didier Bienaimé Didier Bienaimé Actor, Entre terre et mer
16. Wilfred Jackson Wilfred Jackson Director, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
17. Nancy Wake Nancy Wake Self, Nancy Wake Codename: The White Mouse Nancy Wake was born in New Zealand but her family moved to Australia when she was 2. She spent her childhood in Sydney and after her studies she traveled to Europe where she worked as a journalist. In 1939 Nancy married French industrialist Henri Fiocca who was killed during the War. Nancy Wake joined the French Resistance with the nickname of "The White Mouse"...
18. Marilyn King Marilyn King Actress, Showtime
19. Bernie Brillstein Bernie Brillstein Producer, Ghostbusters
20. Buck Buchanan Buck Buchanan Actor, Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural
21. David Ford David Ford Actor, 1776
22. Ferdinand Marian Ferdinand Marian Actor, Jud Süß
23. Pete Kellett Pete Kellett Actor, Mirror, Mirror
24. Harry Karl Harry Karl Self, The 37th Annual Academy Awards
25. Robert Stevens Robert Stevens Director, Where Is Everybody? Of all the very talented and capable directors to work on the two Alfred Hitchcock television series, Robert Stevens was the only one ever honored with the Emmy Award. His skill behind the camera, also honored by a DGA nomination in 1957, was one of the major influences on the half-hour Hitchcock show...
26. Ismael Rodríguez Ismael Rodríguez Writer, Tizoc
27. Chris Calloway Chris Calloway Actress, The Importance of Being Earnest
28. Volker Prechtel Volker Prechtel Actor, The Name of the Rose
29. Fritzi Jane Courtney Fritzi Jane Courtney Actress, Jaws: The Revenge
30. Kazuo Miyagawa Kazuo Miyagawa Cinematographer, Rashomon
31. Paolo Cavara Paolo Cavara Director, Mondo cane
32. Roy Budd Roy Budd Composer, Get Carter Born on the 14th March, 1947, Roy Budd the musician was entirely self-taught, and was hailed as a child prodigy. At the age of four he began to play the piano, initially by ear and then by copying various melodies he heard by listening to the radio. By the age of six he had appeared in public at The London Coliseum...
33. Peter Needham Peter Needham Actor, Before the Rain
34. Hal Fishman Hal Fishman Actor, Spider-Man 3
35. Dursley McLinden Dursley McLinden Actor, Diamond's Edge Dursley McLinden was educated at Douglas High School and joined London's Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. A talented actor, singer and dancer, over the following years he would appear in numerous productions in Britain and abroad, including Annie, Robert and Elizabeth, Damn Yankees, Gigi, The Threepenny Opera...
36. Lois January Lois January Actress, The Pace That Kills Born in McAllen, Texas, Lois January trained as a dancer almost from infancy. Her mother believed that Lois and her younger brother were talented enough as dancers to make it in the movies, and she took the two children to Los Angeles for a short period to check out employment opportunities for child dancers and performers...
37. Billy T. James Billy T. James Actor, Came a Hot Friday
38. David Begelman David Begelman Producer, The Judy Garland Show
39. David Cameron David Cameron Actor, Suddenly, Last Summer
40. Tomu Uchida Tomu Uchida Director, A Fugitive from the Past
41. Anatoliy Papanov Anatoliy Papanov Actor, The Diamond Arm Anatoly Dmitrievich Papanov was born on October 31, 1922, in Vyasma, Smolensk region, USSR. His father, named Dmitri Filippovich Papanov, was a Russian industrial worker. His mother, named Elena Bronislavovna Roskovskaya, was of Polish ancestry. Young Papanov moved to Moscow with his parents in 1929...
42. Syl Lamont Syl Lamont Actor, Captain Newman, M.D.
43. Chad Linley Chad Linley Actor, Queen Sized
44. Charles Bryant Charles Bryant Actor, Stronger Than Death
45. Gulshan Bawra Gulshan Bawra Soundtrack, Satte Pe Satta
46. Philip Truex Philip Truex Actor, The Timid Guy
47. Lady Tree Lady Tree Actress, The Private Life of Henry VIII.
48. Ernesto Alonso Ernesto Alonso Actor, The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz
49. Kelly Garrett Kelly Garrett Self, The 48th Annual Academy Awards
50. Phyllis Povah Phyllis Povah Actress, The Women One of the capable actresses of the inter-war period in the twentieth century, Phyllis Povah earned national recognition in the early 1920s. A native of Detroit who learned her craft playing in productions at the University of Michigan in 1914-1916, secured her first professional role as a replacement in a production of "Seeing Things" playing in Baltimore in 1920...
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