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1. Bruno Kirby Bruno Kirby Actor, The Godfather: Part II Native New Yorker and Italianate Bruno Kirby tended towards assertive, pushy, streetwise characters and was armed with a highly distinctive scratchy tenor voice that complemented his slim eyes and droopy puss and accentuated his deadpan comedic instincts on film and TV. The well-regarded character actor was born Bruno Giovanni Quidaciolu--his father is actor Bruce Kirby--on April 28...
2. Ron Palillo Ron Palillo Actor, One Life to Live At 14, Ron Palillo started his own summer theater in Cheshire, Connecticut. His parents,Gabriel and Carmel Palillo,were surprised when the summer theater actually made money. After graduating from high school, Ron went to the University of Connecticut at Storrs, where he majored in drama. He appeared in many school plays in college...
3. Phyllis Thaxter Phyllis Thaxter Actress, Superman This warm and winning, very non-theatrical brunette was born Phyllis St. Felix Thaxter in Portland, Maine, on November 20, 1919. The daughter of Maine Supreme Court Justice Sidney Thaxter, her acting talent came from her mother's side, who was a one-time Shakespearean actress. Phyllis was educated for a time at St...
4. Stephen Lee Stephen Lee Actor, The Negotiator Stephen Lee was born in Englewood New Jersey in 1955. Having lived in Europe the first 15 years of his life, Stephen comes from a "casino" background with his father selling and making slot machines. Stephen started acting when he came to the U.S in 1970 and eventually getting a partial scholarship to Avila College in Kansas City, Missouri...
5. Patrick Magee Patrick Magee Actor, A Clockwork Orange Born in Armagh, Northern Ireland, Patrick Magee is a classic example of how certain actors rate the stage far more highly than the screen. Magee was well aware that the vast majority of the films that he appeared in were dreadful (he mostly played sinister villains in horror films), but the money came...
6. Dorothy Stratten Dorothy Stratten Actress, Galaxina Dorothy Stratten's story was brief, glorious and tragic. She was born Dorothy Ruth Hoogstraten on February 28, 1960 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She grew up in a rough neighborhood in Vancouver, but kept out of trouble and went through the motions of school. While not a beauty as a child...
7. Gale Sondergaard Gale Sondergaard Actress, The Life of Emile Zola Sly, manipulative, dangerously cunning and sinister were the key words that best described the roles that Gale Sondergaard played in motion pictures, making her one of the most talented character actresses ever seen on the screen. She was educated at the University of Minnesota and later married director Herbert J. Biberman...
8. Madeleine Collinson Madeleine Collinson Actress, Twins of Evil Strikingly busty, adorable, and voluptuous brunette knockout Madeleine Collinson was born on July 22, 1952 in Malta. She's the identical twin sister of Mary Collinson. The Collinson sisters first arrived in Britain in April, 1969. Noted British glamor photographer Harrison Marks cast the duo as saucy...
9. Shammi Kapoor Shammi Kapoor Actor, Rockstar Shamsher Raj "Shammi" Kapoor was the son of theater and film actor Prithviraj Kapoor and his wife Ramsarni "Rama" Mehra Kapoor. Shammi's acting career began in 1948, when he joined his father's theatrical company "Prithvi Theatres." Like his father and his brothers, Shammi eventually moved into the world of movie-making...
10. Priscilla Allen Priscilla Allen Actress, Total Recall
11. Oscar Levant Oscar Levant Soundtrack, Eyes Wide Shut Pianist, composer and bizarre wit in movies, radio and TV.
12. Sydney Bromley Sydney Bromley Actor, The NeverEnding Story
13. Yekaterina Golubeva Yekaterina Golubeva Actress, Pola X
14. Peter R. Hunt Peter R. Hunt Director, On Her Majesty's Secret Service
15. John Milford John Milford Actor, General Hospital
16. Gia Allemand Gia Allemand Self, Bachelor Pad
17. William Randolph Hearst William Randolph Hearst Producer, Little Old New York William Randolph Hearst was the greatest newspaper baron in the history of the United States and is the person whom Citizen Kane, widely regarded as the greatest film ever made, is primarily based on. While there are many similarities between Charles Foster Kane, as limned by the great Orson Welles and his screenwriter, Herman J. Mankiewicz (who knew Hearst), there are many dissimilarities also...
18. Gloria Winters Gloria Winters Actress, Sky King Born in Los Angeles, Gloria worked in show business as a child. Small roles in movies led Gloria to be cast as William Bendix's daughter "Babs" on the television series "The Life of Riley" (1949). This show ran during the 1949-50 season. Her next television series was "Sky King" (1951), wherein she was cast as the niece...
19. Pierre Brasseur Pierre Brasseur Actor, Les yeux sans visage
20. Steve Darrell Steve Darrell Actor, Tarantula
21. Bertolt Brecht Bertolt Brecht Writer, Hangmen Also Die! Bertolt Brecht was born on 10 February 1898 in Augsburg, Germany and one of the country's most influential poets, playwrights and screenwriters. His most famous work was the musical "The Threepenny Opera" (with Kurt Weill), but his dramas such as "Mother Courage and Her Children" or "The Good Person of Sezuan" were equally successful...
22. Edward Arnold Jr. Edward Arnold Jr. Actor, Blazing Barriers
23. Camilla Horn Camilla Horn Actress, Faust The daughter of a railroad official, Camilla Horn was educated in Germany and Switzerland. She initially trained as a dressmaker and received her first job experience in a fashion salon in Erfurt. This was merely a stepping stone for a performing career which began with dance lessons in Berlin and subsequent acting studies under Lucie Höflich...
24. Sigrid Gurie Sigrid Gurie Actress, Algiers Sigrid Gurie was a very talented artist and devoted her time in San Miguel Allende to painting and drawing and to her friends who adored her. She was a fine human being and well loved and missed after her death. She had been estranged from her brother for many years, as his treatment of her had been cold and even cruel...
25. Bob Hannah Bob Hannah Actor, Driving Miss Daisy
26. Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins Actor, National Velvet Popular freckle-faced, buck-toothed child star of the 40's.
27. Gladys Presley Gladys Presley Actress, Loving You
28. J.B. Priestley J.B. Priestley Writer, Last Holiday John Boynton Priestley was one of England's last great writers--he was a member of the last generation of freethinking British "sages" who contemplated both science and philosophy in their literary output. Today his books are mostly out of print and his name is all but forgotten except in the dusty...
29. Rosemary Martin Rosemary Martin Actress, Tess
30. Chick Hannan Chick Hannan Actor, Sing, Cowboy, Sing
31. Jimmy Ames Jimmy Ames Actor, Whistle Stop
32. Enzo Ferrari Enzo Ferrari Writer, A due passi dal confine Enzo Ferrari was a racing driver who founded the Italian sports car manufacturer bearing his name. Ferrari cars are generally seen as a symbol of luxury and wealth. He was born Enzo Anselmo Ferrari on February 18, 1898, in Modena, Italy. His father, Alfredo Ferrari, had a metal business. At the age of 10 Enzo saw several car races in the 1908 Circuit di Bologna...
33. Missy Cleveland Missy Cleveland Actress, Blow Out Luscious petite blonde knockout Missy Cleveland was born Amanda Hodges Cleveland on December 25, 1959 in Jackson, Mississippi. Cleveland was the daughter of Becky and Sam Hodges and had two sisters and three brothers. Missy was a contestant in the Little Miss Mississippi Pageant at age 10. She attended both Provine High School and McClure Academy in Mississippi...
34. Paul Snider Paul Snider
35. Abbey Lincoln Abbey Lincoln Actress, For Love of Ivy
36. Seth Allen Seth Allen Actor, Prizzi's Honor
37. Eduardo Noriega Eduardo Noriega Actor, El niño y la niebla
38. Joan Harrison Joan Harrison Producer, Alfred Hitchcock Presents In 1933, she was hired to be a secretary by Alfred Hitchcock. She soon graduated to reading books and scripts, writing synopses and contributing to scripts. In 1939, she accompanied Hitchcock to Hollywood, working as his assistant and as a writer. In 1941, she was hired as a scriptwriter by MGM. In 1943...
39. Edgar Rosenberg Edgar Rosenberg Writer, Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz
40. Pál Jávor Pál Jávor Actor, Boy, the Noszty
41. Stephen C. Apostolof Stephen C. Apostolof Director, Lady Godiva Rides Stephen C. Apostolof (25 February 1928 in Burgas, Bulgaria - 14 August 2005, Mesa, Arizona), sometimes credited under aliases A.C. Stephen(s) or Robert Lee, was a Bulgarian-American filmmaker specializing in the "erotic" film genre. Born in the Bulgarian Black Sea town of Burgas, he claimed asylum in the US in the 1940s...
42. Friedrich Schoenfelder Friedrich Schoenfelder Actor, Otto - Der Neue Film Friedrich Schoenfelder was born in 1916 as an architect's son in Sorau. He grew up in Frankfurt/Oder, Wickersdorf and Berlin. Following high school he was admitted to the Acting Class of the Prussian State Theater in Berlin, where he also received his first contract from 1936 to 1939. Returning from war and war imprisonment in 1946...
43. Kurt Katch Kurt Katch Actor, Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy
44. Zelda Barron Zelda Barron Miscellaneous Crew, Reds
45. Dorothy Eveleigh Dorothy Eveleigh Actress, Saigon
46. Janie Marèse Janie Marèse Actress, La Chienne
47. Neal Fredericks Neal Fredericks Cinematographer, The Blair Witch Project Neal L. Fredericks was born in Newport Beach, California. Neal lived all over the world, in Asia and Europe, and was based in Los Angeles, California. As a director of photography (cinematographer), Neal's theatrical feature film debut was Laughing Dead. His breakthrough films were The Blair Witch Project and Dreamers.
48. Johnny Burnette Johnny Burnette Soundtrack, Pulp Fiction
49. Leon Charles Leon Charles Miscellaneous Crew, Logan's Run
50. Bomber Moran Bomber Moran Actor, Pieta
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