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1. Karen Black Karen Black Actress, Five Easy Pieces Karen Black was born Karen Blanche Ziegler in Park Ridge, Illinois, to Elsie Mary (Reif), who wrote children's books, and Norman Arthur Ziegler, an engineer and businessman. She was of Norwegian (from her paternal grandmother), German, and Bohemian (Czech) descent. Karen entered Northwestern University at 15 and left two years later...
2. Louise Brooks Louise Brooks Actress, Pandora's Box Mary Louise Brooks, also known by her childhood name of Brooksie, was born in the midwestern town of Cherryvale, Kansas, on November 14, 1906. She began dancing at an early age with the Denishawn Dancers (which was how she left Kansas and went to New York) and then with George White's Scandals before joining the Ziegfeld Follies...
3. Alan Napier Alan Napier Actor, Batman Alan Napier was born on January 7, 1903 in King Norton, Worcestershire, England. Tall, distinguished-looking English character actor with aristocratic bearing and precisely modulated voice. A cousin of the former British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, he studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and spent his formative years as an actor with Oxford Repertory and...
4. Fay Wray Fay Wray Actress, King Kong She was born Vina Fay Wray near Cardston, Alberta, Canada, on September 15, 1907. Fay was from a large family that included five siblings. She moved to Arizona when she was still small in order for her father to find better work than what was offered in Alberta. After moving again to California, her parents divorced...
5. Patricia Neal Patricia Neal Actress, Breakfast at Tiffany's Patricia Neal, the Oscar- and Tony Award-winning actress, was born Patricia Louise Neal in Packard, Kentucky. Her father managed a coal mine and her mother was the daughter of the town doctor. She grew up in Knoxville, where she attended high school. She was first bit by the acting bug at the age of 10...
6. Barbara Bel Geddes Barbara Bel Geddes Actress, Dallas Arguably best remembered for her role as Miss Ellie, the Ewing family matriarch on the long-running TV series Dallas, Barbara Bel Geddes had earlier scored success on stage and screen long before gaining more lasting fame on television. Born in New York City on Halloween Day 1922, the daughter of noted theatrical and industrial designer Norman Bel Geddes...
7. Richard Deacon Richard Deacon Actor, The Dick Van Dyke Show Richard Deacon was the bald, bespectacled character actor most famous for playing television producer Mel Cooley on The Dick Van Dyke Show from 1961 to 1966. In the first season of that show he also continued to appear on the series he was already appearing on, Leave It to Beaver, playing Lumpy Rutherford's father Fred...
8. Jess Barker Jess Barker Actor, Scarlet Street
9. Menahem Golan Menahem Golan Producer, The Delta Force Menahem Golan was born Menahem Globus to parents of Polish decent in Tiberias, Israel, in May 1929. In his early years, he was a pilot for the fledgling Israeli Air Force, changing his surname to Golan for patriotic reasons in 1948. A few years later, he took the first step towards his future career by attending the Old Vic Theatre School in London...
10. Carol Hughes Carol Hughes Actress, Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe
11. Harry Bellaver Harry Bellaver Actor, Naked City
12. Charles Keating Charles Keating Actor, All My Children
13. Jeri Gray Jeri Gray Actress, Short Cuts
14. Maureen Reagan Maureen Reagan Actress, The Specialists
15. Mickey Morton Mickey Morton Actor, The Star Wars Holiday Special
16. Danny Murphy Danny Murphy Actor, There's Something About Mary Originally from Boston, Massachushetts, Danny was injured in a diving accident in Oaks Bluff, Martha's Vineyard on August 8, 1974 leaving him a quadriplegic at age 19. He graduated from Stonehill College in 1979 majoring in Criminal Justice and then enjoyed a successful corporate career in Boston working...
17. Susan Sheridan Susan Sheridan Actress, The Black Cauldron
18. Hend Rostom Hend Rostom Actress, Cairo Station Hind Rostom(November 11, 1929 - August 8, 2011) was one of the most popular Egyptian actresses. Actress Hind Rostom, is a star from the golden era of Egyptian cinema. With her blond hair and good looks, Rostom often played the sultry seductress, and she quickly rose to become one of Egypt's best-known actresses...
19. Robert Jacks Robert Jacks Actor, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation
20. Edna Skinner Edna Skinner Actress, Mister Ed Edna Skinner and her friend Jean Fish retired to the southern Oregon coast in the 1970s after both had led colorful lives and rewarding careers in everything from Hollywood movies to outdoor writing, gathering up innumerable interests and friends along the way. Settling in the North Bend/Coos Bay area...
21. Shirley Jackson Shirley Jackson Writer, The Haunting Shirley Jackson was a horror and mystery writer born in San Francisco, California in 1916. She is best remembered for her unsettling novel of paranoia and the supernatural, 'The Haunting of Hill House' (1959) and her terrifying short story 'The Lottery' (1948), a horror tale rife with symbolism that is still puzzled over by critics and academics to this day...
22. Lou Krugman Lou Krugman Actor, I Want to Live!
23. Walter Tevis Walter Tevis Writer, The Hustler Began publishing science-fiction with "The Ifth Of Oofth" (as Walter S. Tevis) in "Galaxy Science Fiction" in 1957. After first two novels, Tevis stopped writing, and became Professor of English at Ohio University. Left in 1978, resumed writing.
24. Sancho Gracia Sancho Gracia Actor, El crimen del Padre Amaro
25. Dimitris Papamichael Dimitris Papamichael Actor, I megali stigmi tou '21: Papaflessas Dimitris Papamichael was born in 1934, in Piraeus, Greece. He studied acting at the Drama School of the National Greek Theater, where he made his stage debut in 1955 in Euripides' "Hecuba" and interpreted several important roles during 1955-1960: Treplev in Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull", Jimmy Porter in John Osborne's "Look Back in Anger" etc...
26. Sheng Chiang Sheng Chiang Actor, Five Deadly Venoms Born Chiu Kang-sang on April 4, 1951 in Taiwan. Chiang had family problems from a young age. His family was too large and his parents could not look after him properly, so he was sent to the Fu Sheng Opera School in Taipei, Taiwan. During his time here, he had met friends which would become part of the Shaw Brothers studio with him...
27. Damian O'Flynn Damian O'Flynn Actor, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
28. Paul 'Mousie' Garner Paul 'Mousie' Garner Actor, Cheech and Chong's Next Movie Mousie Garner, also known as "The Grand Old Man Of Vaudeville", was a legendary comedian-musician and a true national treasure. He was literally the final performing headliner from the glory days of vaudeville, and the last surviving member of comedian Ted Healy's Stooges. Working right up to his death...
29. Barbara Bennett Barbara Bennett Actress, Syncopation
30. Harry Julian Fink Harry Julian Fink Writer, Dirty Harry
31. Paul Porcasi Paul Porcasi Actor, Morocco
32. Melville Shavelson Melville Shavelson Writer, Yours, Mine and Ours
33. Roy London Roy London Thanks, The Larry Sanders Show In the last fifteen years of Roy London's life, he became the premier acting coach in Hollywood. He has been cited as a profound influence on film acting. He taught over two hundred and fifty actors weekly, and coached many more privately. In addition to preparing his clients for performances, London was also called upon to help develop and shape their projects...
34. Winston Hibler Winston Hibler Writer, Cinderella Songwriter ("A Boy Is a Curious Thing"), auhor, director, producer and actor, educated at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Between 1928 and 1938 he was a Broadway stage actor and appeared in several films, and from 1938 to 1942 he was a writer for radio, films and stage productions, and later television...
35. Cannonball Adderley Cannonball Adderley Soundtrack, The Wolf of Wall Street
36. Grace Hartman Grace Hartman Self, The Hartmans
37. Andrea Feldman Andrea Feldman Actress, Heat Andrea Feldman was a performer in several of Andy Warhol's films, most prominently in the film "Heat" as Sylvia Miles's daughter. She was notable for her screechy voice and hysterical performance style, and she often played out-of-control characters unable to cope with their circumstances. She committed...
38. Jennifer Rae Beck Jennifer Rae Beck Actress, Gypsy
39. George Estregan George Estregan Actor, Pasukuin si Waway
40. Gladys Hulette Gladys Hulette Actress, Tol'able David The daughter of an opera star turned actress, Gladys Hulette began her career as a three-year old on the stage. On Broadway from 1906, she played juvenile leads in "The Kreutzer Sonata" and "A Doll's House". She was also Tyltyl in "The Blue Bird". A genuine pioneer of the movies, Gladys first starred on screen in Carl Laemmle's one-reel IMP production of Hiawatha...
41. Leonard Hicks Leonard Hicks Actor, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
42. Michael Viner Michael Viner Producer, Wilde
43. Corny Cole Corny Cole Animation Department, The Pink Panther Show
44. Jack Hope Jack Hope Producer, The Bob Hope Show
45. José Gálvez José Gálvez Actor, Macario
46. Ralph Lynn Ralph Lynn Actor, Dirty Work Born in Manchester, England, comic Ralph Lynn (pronounced "Rafe") got his start on the stage, specializing in playing stiff, prissy, silly twits. He came out of the renowned Aldwych Theatre in London, with a tight-knit group that included Tom Walls and Ben Travers. Their long string of successes there opened the door to the movie industry...
47. Milton H. Greene Milton H. Greene Camera and Electrical Department, Love, Marilyn
48. Simon Chung Simon Chung Art Department, American Dad!
49. Stacy King Stacy King Actress, The Sweet Ride
50. Pino Ferrara Pino Ferrara Actor, The Secret of Santa Vittoria
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