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1. Phil Harris Phil Harris Actor, The Jungle Book A bandleader of the 1940s and a radio, film, and TV actor who always seemed to imply allegiance to the former Confederate States of America. Was a principal of long standing among the comedian Jack Benny's radio retinue, parlaying his popularity into his own radio series, in which his wife, Alice Faye, co-starred.
2. Anne Ramsey Anne Ramsey Actress, The Goonies American-born character actress, Anne Ramsey, was quite a busy actress in the 1980s despite being in her later years at the time. It wasn't until quite late in her life that Ramsey pursued an acting career in motion pictures. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Ramsey attended Bennington College and was active in numerous on- and off-Broadway productions...
3. Peter Cushing Peter Cushing Actor, Star Wars Peter Wilton Cushing was born on May 26, 1913 in Kenley, Surrey, England. He and his older brother David were raised first in Dulwich Village, a south London suburb, and then later back in Surrey by his mother Nellie Marie and father George Edward, who was a quantity surveyor. At an early age, Cushing was attracted to acting...
4. Peggie Castle Peggie Castle Actress, Beginning of the End Tall, sultry, green-eyed blonde Peggie Castle was actually spotted by a talent scout while she was lunching in a Beverly Hills restaurant. In her films she was usually somebody's "woman" rather than a girlfriend, and her career was confined to mostly "B"-grade action pictures, dramas or westerns: Harem Girl...
5. John Meillon John Meillon Actor, Crocodile Dundee
6. James Booth James Booth Actor, Zulu
7. George Furth George Furth Actor, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
8. Clem Bevans Clem Bevans Actor, Saboteur Born in 1879, Clem Bevans spent most of his performing career on the stage. First appearing in 1900 in a vaudeville act with Grace Emmett as a boy and girl act, he would move on to burlesque and eventually make the move to Broadway and even opera productions. His first screen appearance did not come until 1935...
9. Henry Slate Henry Slate Actor, Pete's Dragon
10. Tom Drake Tom Drake Actor, Meet Me in St. Louis
11. Mike Douglas Mike Douglas Self, The Incredible Shrinking Woman
12. Satsuo Yamamoto Satsuo Yamamoto Director, Oh! The Nomugi Pass
13. Henry Polic II Henry Polic II Actor, The Astrologer
14. Louise Lorimer Louise Lorimer Actress, Compulsion
15. Eunice Kennedy Shriver Eunice Kennedy Shriver Self, Arnold Schwarzenegger: Hollywood Hero
16. Pauline Lafont Pauline Lafont Actress, Keep Your Right Up
17. Richard Compton Richard Compton Director, Babylon 5: The Gathering Writer/director/producer Richard Compton was born on March 2, 1938, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He began his career in the early 60s making government propaganda movies for the United States Information Agency. His debut feature The French Way was never released in America. Compton followed this film with the nifty biker flick Angels Die Hard...
18. Charles Marquis Warren Charles Marquis Warren Producer, Charro!
19. Bruno S. Bruno S. Actor, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser The unwanted son of a prostitute, Bruno S. was beaten so severely by his mother at age 3 that he became temporarily deaf. This led to his placement in a mental institution; he spent the next 23 years in various institutions, often running afoul of the law. Despite this past, he a self-taught painter and musician; while these were his favorite occupations...
20. Edith Schneider Edith Schneider Actress, The Quiller Memorandum
21. Henning Moritzen Henning Moritzen Actor, The Celebration Henning Moritzen is a well-known Danish screen and stage actor. Born in Tårbæk near Copenhagen and with a secondary school degree from Grønnevangsskolen in Ordrup, Henning Mortizen was educated as an actor at Privatteatrenes Elevskole. Since the early 1950s he has been a stage actor with countless successes...
22. Eddie Powell Eddie Powell Stunts, Alien
23. Robert Trumbull Robert Trumbull Actor, Undercover Brother
24. Howard Wendell Howard Wendell Actor, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
25. Charles McGregor Charles McGregor Actor, Blazing Saddles Bald, tubby and engaging African-American character actor Charles McGregor was born on September 1, 1922 in New York City. McGregor spent a fair share of his early life in jail, but cleaned up his act when he was released from prison and had a brief, but impressive career as a supporting actor in blaxploitation features made throughout the 70s...
26. Derek Newark Derek Newark Actor, The Blue Max
27. Clara Peller Clara Peller Actress, Moving Violations Clara Peller was born on August 4, 1902 in Chicago, Illinois. Clara lived most of her early life in Chicago. She married a local jeweler at age twenty; the couple had two children prior to divorcing eight years later. Peller worked as a manicurist for thirty-five years at a local Chicago beauty salon...
28. Alicia Tyler Alicia Tyler Actress, Freakaholics Buxom, gorgeous, and shapely 5'6" brunette stunner Alicia Tyler was born Danielle Nicole Porter on December 8, 1985 in Santa Barbara, California. She was of mixed Puerto Rican and African-American descent. Tyler started out in the adult entertainment industry as a stripper. Alicia first began performing...
29. Red Mitchell Red Mitchell Actor, JFK Born Mark Benton Mitchell on August 1, 1961 in Houston, Texas, Red attended high school in Splendora, Texas, where he was an all-district athlete in football, baseball and basketball - but it was also there that he discovered his love for poetry and drama. He graduated with a BA in Drama from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville...
30. Murray Kinnell Murray Kinnell Actor, The Public Enemy
31. Edith Wharton Edith Wharton Writer, The Age of Innocence
32. Lucy Gallardo Lucy Gallardo Writer, Cosecharás tu siembra
33. Herb Brooks Herb Brooks Self, Do You Believe in Miracles? The Story of the 1980 U.S. Hockey Team Born in St. Paul, Brooks played hockey at the University of Minnesota, where he later coached from 1972-79, winning three national titles. Brooks was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 1990. Brooks never had his own moment as a player. He was the last one cut from the 1960 U.S. gold-medal team...
34. Ric Roman Ric Roman Actor, The Big Heat
35. Franz Antel Franz Antel Director, Der Bockerer
36. Bill Cody Jr. Bill Cody Jr. Actor, The Vanishing Riders
37. Kiki Palmer Kiki Palmer Actress, The Wedding March
38. P. Jairaj P. Jairaj Actor, Don
39. Stephan Meloy Stephan Meloy Thanks, The Raid: Redemption
40. Nick Nicholson Nick Nicholson Actor, Platoon
41. Bill Rafferty Bill Rafferty Self, Above the Rim
42. Patricia Wilder Patricia Wilder Actress, The Big Broadcast of 1938
43. Gustav Püttjer Gustav Püttjer Actor, Comradeship
44. John Howard Lawson John Howard Lawson Writer, Sahara John Howard Lawson is not the most famous member of the Hollywood 10, those filmmakers who defied the House Committee on Un-American Activities' inquiry into alleged "Communist subversion" in the Hollywood movie industry in 1947, but he was the central figure of the group--the mind if not the heart and soul of the Communist community in Hollywood...
45. Mimi Pollak Mimi Pollak Actress, Autumn Sonata
46. Sheldon Feldner Sheldon Feldner Actor, Escape from Alcatraz
47. Willi Forst Willi Forst Actor, Bel Ami
48. Jean-Pierre Ponnelle Jean-Pierre Ponnelle Production Designer, Madama Butterfly
49. Verner Clarges Verner Clarges Actor, The Face at the Window Verner Clarges, born in Bath, Somerset in 1846, began on stage in England then America from the 1870's. fine British bald gentleman who starred and supported in many American drama films under the direction of D.W. Griffith at the Biograph Film Company from 1909, the first was 'Was Justice Served? starring James Kirkwood and Gladys Egan...
50. Jackson Pollock Jackson Pollock Self, Jackson Pollock: Love and Death on Long Island
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