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1. Sharon Tate Sharon Tate Actress, The Fearless Vampire Killers Sharon's early life was one of constant moving as her father served in the military. When she lived in Italy, she was voted "Homecoming Queen" of her high school. After being an extra in a few Italian films, Sharon headed to Hollywood where she would again start as an extra. Her first big break came when she was cast as the shapely bank secretary...
2. Matthew McGrory Matthew McGrory Actor, Big Fish Originally a student of pre-law at Widener University, and later majoring in Criminal Justice at West Chester University, Matthew started his career by making appearances on The Howard Stern Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and music videos of Iron Maiden, Marilyn Manson, and Blondie. Matthew would later amass a cult following for memorable roles such as "Tiny" in Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses...
3. Bernie Mac Bernie Mac Actor, Ocean's Eleven Bernard Jeffrey McCollough was born in Chicago in 1957. He grew up in Chicago, in a rougher neighborhood than most others, with a large family living under one roof. This situation provided him with a great insight into his comedy, as his family, and the situations surrounding them would be what dominated his comedy...
4. Ed Nelson Ed Nelson Actor, Who Am I? Ed Nelson was aiming for a career in the legal profession until he caught the acting bug during his second year of college. In 1952, he headed off to New York City, where he studied direction and production at the School of Radio Technique. He returned to his native New Orleans where he worked as an...
5. Gregory Hines Gregory Hines Actor, The Cotton Club
6. Charles Keating Charles Keating Actor, All My Children
7. George DiCenzo George DiCenzo Actor, Back to the Future
8. Harry Davenport Harry Davenport Actor, Gone with the Wind Character fame on film came quite late for long-time stage actor Harry Davenport at age 70, but he made up for lost time in very quick fashion with well over a hundred film roles registered from the advent of sound to the time of his death in 1949. Beloved for his twinkle-eyed avuncular and/or grandfatherly types in both comedy and drama...
9. John Quade John Quade Actor, The Sting Character actor John Quade was born John William Saunders on April 1, 1938 in Kansas City, Kansas. Quade transferred from Perry Rural High School in Perry, Kansas to Highland Park High School in Topeka, Kansas in 1954. John was a football tackle and participated in both track and basketball at Highland Park High School...
10. Al Freeman Jr. Al Freeman Jr. Actor, One Life to Live Al Freeman, Jr. was an actor and director who was the first African American to win a Daytime Emmy Award for acting. His most famous role was that of Police Captain Ed Hall in the soap opera One Life to Live, which brought him the Emmy in 1979. He was a regular on the soap from 1972 through 1987, and appeared off and on as Captain Hall from 1988 through 2000...
11. Stanley DeSantis Stanley DeSantis Actor, The Aviator
12. Jerry Garcia Jerry Garcia Soundtrack, The Dreamers One of the most prolific and iconic guitarists of the second half of the 20th Century, Jerome John Garcia was born in San Francisco, California, USA on August 1st 1942. Garcia, whose mother was a registered nurse and whose father, Jose, was a small time jazz musician, had a troubled childhood. At the age of 4...
13. Mel Stuart Mel Stuart Director, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
14. Haji Haji Actress, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! Haji was a Cando-American actress renowned for starring in Russ Meyer's sexploitation classic Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, in which she made her theatrical film debut. Barbarella Catton was born in Quebec City, Quebec on January 24, 1946, and at the age of 14, began dancing topless. The renamed Haji caught the eye of cinema's "King Leer" while performing as an exotic dancer...
15. Pat Moran Pat Moran Actor, The Audition
16. Edward Chapman Edward Chapman Actor, Things to Come
17. Jerome Ehlers Jerome Ehlers Actor, Quigley Down Under
18. Ramón Valdés Ramón Valdés Actor, El chanfle
19. Dmitri Shostakovich Dmitri Shostakovich Soundtrack, Children of Men Dmitri Shostakovich, one of Russian culture's most acclaimed intellectuals who was censored under the dictatorship of Joseph Stalin, was an internationally recognized composer whose music was in over 100 films. He was born Dmitri Dmitrievich Shostakovich on September 25, 1906, in St. Petersburg, Russia...
20. Cathy Stewart Cathy Stewart Actress, The Night of the Hunted
21. Joseph Scoren Joseph Scoren Actor, Chicago
22. Anton Walbrook Anton Walbrook Actor, La Ronde This dark, debonair, dashing and extremely distinguished Austrian actor was christened Adolf Wohlbrück in Vienna, the scion of a family of circus clowns. He broke away easily from generations of tradition as the circus life had no appeal whatsoever to Walbrook. Trained by the legendary director Max Reinhardt...
23. Lewis Wilson Lewis Wilson Actor, Batman
24. Philip Bartlett Philip Bartlett Actor, Sam suffit
25. Jay Sebring Jay Sebring Make-Up Department, The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
26. Shree Krishna Shrestha Shree Krishna Shrestha Actor, Nata Ragat Ko
27. Dorris Bowdon Dorris Bowdon Actress, The Grapes of Wrath Dorris Bowdon was discovered by a scout from 20th Century Fox, after she had just won the Miss Memphis 1937 title. She went west to Hollywood, along with two other ingénues, Linda Darnell and Mary Healy, who to this day has remained her closest friend. A friend in the publicity department arranged for her to meet with Nunnally Johnson...
28. David Raksin David Raksin Music Department, Modern Times David Raksin's father Isidore, who both conducted and owned a music store, taught his son to play piano as well as woodwind instruments at an early age. He eventually studied music with Arnold Schönberg, but became by-and-large a self-taught multi-instrumentalist (organ and percussion), as well as composer and arranger for radio and for his own jazz/dance combo which he led at the age of 12 ...
29. Richard Alexander Richard Alexander Actor, Modern Times An actor whose filmography comprises 307 films and TV series episodes can't have been in 307 memorable works. Which is the case of Richard (aka Dick) Alexander, one of those numerous character actors Hollywood used to over-consume without giving them the opportunity to really display their talents. Too bad because during the years 1926-1931...
30. Don Chastain Don Chastain Actor, General Hospital
31. Jacques Deray Jacques Deray Director, La Piscine
32. Roberto 'Flaco' Guzmán Roberto 'Flaco' Guzmán Actor, Muelle rojo
33. Carla Cipriani Carla Cipriani Writer, Monella
34. Georgia Simmons Georgia Simmons Actress,
35. Kay Tremblay Kay Tremblay Actress, The Shower She was born in Glasgow, Scotland and died in Stratford, Ontario. She developed her long career throughout the United Kingdom, Europe and North America. Her first professional appearance was with the George Balanchine Ballet in London, England. After World War II, she came to Montreal and she continued her acting career with the Montreal Repertory Theatre...
36. Richard Cramer Richard Cramer Actor, The Fatal Glass of Beer Ugly, nasty Hollywood villain, memorable for menacing Laurel & Hardy among others.
37. Kathleen Maguire Kathleen Maguire Actress, One Life to Live Actress Kathleen Maguire was born in Manhattan in the year 1925. She studied under Lee Strasberg and emerged in several noted performances during the 1950s. She won an Obie Award in 1958 for the role she played in "Time of the Cuckoo", which was an off-Broadway play. She made her film debut in 'Edge of the city"...
38. Creighton Hale Creighton Hale Actor, The Cat and the Canary
39. David Rakoff David Rakoff Actor, Capote
40. Dorothy Appleby Dorothy Appleby Actress, In the Sweet Pie and Pie This pretty, apple-cheeked brunette was in many supporting roles in many 1930s and 1940s films. She is best remembered as a supporting player in Columbia two-reel comedies, opposite such legends as the Three Stooges, Buster Keaton, Andy Clyde, and Harry Langdon. Dorothy made her stage debut at the tender age of just 2 ½...
41. Paul Vatelli Paul Vatelli Director, Beverly Hills Cox
42. Elliott Nugent Elliott Nugent Director, My Favorite Brunette An American minor leading man of early Depression-era talkies who played earnest, boyish leads, Ohio-born Elliott Nugent would earn more distinction as a writer, producer and director of stage and film after all was said and done. The son of playwright/producer/actor J.C. Nugent, Elliott was born in 1896 and came from pure show business stock...
43. Hermann Hesse Hermann Hesse Writer, Siddhartha
44. Jess Kirkpatrick Jess Kirkpatrick Actor, D.O.A.
45. Jenny Gröllmann Jenny Gröllmann Actress, Dein unbekannter Bruder
46. Carl Pitti Carl Pitti Actor, High Plains Drifter
47. Joe Orton Joe Orton Writer, Entertaining Mr. Sloane Joe Orton was a noted British author, screenwriter, and playwright who is best known for the plays 'Entertaining Mr. Sloane' (1964), 'What the Butler Saw' (1969), and 'Loot' (1967). He was murdered by his lover, Kenneth Halliwell, in their home at 25 Noel Road, Islington, London.
48. Abigail Folger Abigail Folger Uncategorised
49. José Nieto José Nieto Actor, Los últimos de Filipinas Spanish actor. His debut in cinema was in 1925. He play Spanish versions for Fox's movies in Hollywood during the early 30s. He played as well in several of the American superproductions filmed in Spain in the 50s and 60s.
50. Christian Arhoff Christian Arhoff Actor, Ballade i Nyhavn
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