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1. Persis Khambatta Persis Khambatta Actress, Star Trek: The Motion Picture Persis Khambatta was born on October 2, 1948 in Bombay, India. At age 17, as Femina Miss India, she entered Miss Universe 1965, dressed in off-the-rack clothes she bought at the last minute. Khambatta became a model for companies such as Revlon. Her biggest acting break was getting the role of Lieutenant Ilia...
2. John Sturges John Sturges Director, The Great Escape
3. Jeep Swenson Jeep Swenson Actor, Batman & Robin
4. Elmer Bernstein Elmer Bernstein Music Department, Cape Fear Elmer Bernstein was educated at the Walden School and New York University. He served in the US Army Air Corps in World War II. A prolific and respected film music composer, he was a protégé of Aaron Copland, who studied music with Roger Sessions and Stefan Wolpe. Bernstein worked in various artistic endeavors...
5. Don Pardo Don Pardo Self, Jeopardy!
6. Don Knight Don Knight Actor, Swamp Thing Don Knight studied for the Ordained Ministry in Montreal Canada and Washington D.C.. With his young family, he moved to California in 1965. While pursuing his acting career, he continued to serve churches. Don was the proud father of two (daughter and son) from his first marriage. He is best known for his "cold killer" roles but enjoyed playing likeable characters as well...
7. Soledad Miranda Soledad Miranda Actress, Vampyros Lesbos Soledad Miranda was a Spanish actress who appeared in many films in the 1960s. Her remarkable beauty and her tragic untimely death make her story the stuff of legend. She was born on July 9, 1943 in Seville, Spain. She started her career when only eight years old as a flamenco dancer and singer. She made her film debut at age sixteen as a dancer...
8. Missy Missy Actress, Bad Wives Lovely and slender blonde stunner Missy was born Maria Christina on September 24, 1967 in Burbank, California. Maria grew up in Simi Valley. Christina had five brothers and five sisters. She lost her virginity at age 17. Maria first met her future husband Mickey G. while working in the administration department at a local hospital...
9. David Gale David Gale Actor, Re-Animator Tall, thin and distinguished character actor David Quentin Gale was born on October 2, 1936 in Wimbledon, England. Gale began his acting career on the New York stage in the late 50s. He first started acting in both movies and television in the early 70s. With his gaunt face, lean build, and intense and imposing screen presence...
10. Clifford Odets Clifford Odets Writer, Sweet Smell of Success Clifford Odets dropped out of high school to pursue acting. In the 1930s he became a charter member of the Group Theatre, the famous "Method" acting troupe founded by Harold Clurman, Lee Strasberg and Cheryl Crawford. Beginning with "Waiting for Lefty" (1935), Odets quickly became the most famous young playwright in America...
11. Mildred Davis Mildred Davis Actress, Safety Last!
12. Dick Hogan Dick Hogan Actor, Rope
13. Hugh Lambert Hugh Lambert Miscellaneous Crew, Magnavox Presents Frank Sinatra
14. Anita Loos Anita Loos Writer, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes While she is now best known for her book "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," Anita Loos was one of Hollywood's foremost early screenwriters. She began writing screen scenarios for the 'Biograph Company' at an early age (though not 12, as she later claimed), and the first to be produced, The New York Hat, was...
15. George Bowers George Bowers Editor, From Hell
16. Ralph Byrd Ralph Byrd Actor, Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome Ralph Byrd had an 18 year career in Hollywood both as a leading man and as a character actor, though he is best remembered for his role as Chester Gould's comic strip detective, Dick Tracy, in several movie serials and on television (first for ABC and then in a syndicated series). During his film career he was a contract player for RKO and 20th- Fox...
17. James Maxwell James Maxwell Actor, The Evil of Frankenstein
18. Learned Hand Learned Hand Self, Justice
19. Jack Elliott Jack Elliott Music Department, The Jerk To say that Jack Elliott was a versatile and talented musical composer, arranger and producer would be an understatement. Blessed with an acclaimed career spanning nearly four decades, his name has become synonymous with music in virtually every medium - from live performances to film to television and recorded music...
20. Donald Bisset Donald Bisset Actor, Ragtime
21. Rolv Wesenlund Rolv Wesenlund Actor, Den siste Fleksnes
22. Ed Cambridge Ed Cambridge Actor, Deep Cover
23. Honoré de Balzac Honoré de Balzac Writer, La Belle Noiseuse Honoré de Balzac was a French writer whose works have been made into films, such as, Cousin Bette starring Jessica Lange, and television serials, such as, _Cousin Bette (1971 TV mini-series)_, starring Margaret Tyzack and Helen Mirren. He was born on March 20, 1799, in Tours, France. His father...
24. Frank Mills Frank Mills Actor, Sunk in the Sink
25. Hugh Manning Hugh Manning Actor, The Elephant Man
26. Scott McKenzie Scott McKenzie Soundtrack, Forrest Gump
27. Tom Watson Tom Watson Actor, The Winter Guest
28. Peter Fleming Peter Fleming Writer, Red River Valley British novelist and travel writer Peter Fleming was born in London, England. His father was a British army officer and a Member of Parliament. He was the editor of the college newspaper at Eton and attended Christchurch College at Oxford, where he was the editor of the weekly publication "Isis". After graduating from Oxford in 1929...
29. Christopher Johnson McCandless Christopher Johnson McCandless Thanks, Into the Wild
30. Dean Riesner Dean Riesner Writer, Dirty Harry At the age of five Dean Riesner was a child actor (aka "Dinky Dean") in films such as The Pilgrim with Charles Chaplin. Dean's father, writer/director Charles Reisner, worked with and was friends with Chaplin and Buster Keaton, giving young Dean a foot in the door to a film career. Dean would have continued as a child actor had his mother not told his father...
31. Ben Morris Ben Morris Actor, Kiss Me Deadly
32. Alan Bateman Alan Bateman Producer, Ring of Scorpio
33. Elza Radzina Elza Radzina Actress, Hamlet
34. Ray Turner Ray Turner Actor, The Patent Leather Kid
35. Nick Castle Nick Castle Miscellaneous Crew, Royal Wedding Nick Castle worked in his early years as dance director in vaudeville, before he went in 1937 to Hollywood, where he worked as choreographer first at Fox, Paramount, Warner, MGM and Columbia with Shirley Temple, George Murphy, Betty Grable, Ann Miller, Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire
36. Rafaela Ottiano Rafaela Ottiano Actress, Grand Hotel
37. David Orrick McDearmon David Orrick McDearmon Director, Execution
38. James Williamson James Williamson Director, A Photographic Contortion
39. Fritz Arno Wagner Fritz Arno Wagner Cinematographer, M Regarded as one of the foremost exponents of cinematic expressionism in the 1920's, Fritz Arno Wagner was trained at the Ecole de Beaux Arts in Paris and began in the film industry working for Pathé Freres in 1910. Within just two years, he was promoted to head Pathé's offices in Vienna, and, subsequently...
40. Zachary Andrew Turner Zachary Andrew Turner Thanks, Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father
41. Jensen Collier Jensen Collier Actress, The Bride of Tupperman
42. Gerry Boulet Gerry Boulet Soundtrack, Gerry
43. Robert D. Novak Robert D. Novak Self, Episode dated 30 January 2006 Conservative columnist with the Chicago Sun-Times. Teamed up with Roland Evans (who retired in 1993) to write the "Inside Report", a several-times weekly political column distributed to 300 newspapers by Creators Syndicate.
44. Leslie 'Hutch' Hutchinson Leslie 'Hutch' Hutchinson Soundtrack, The Brothers Bloom
45. Chrissie White Chrissie White Actress, The Sneeze Blue eyed beauty of early British cinema.
46. Philippe Marlaud Philippe Marlaud Actor, The Aviator's Wife
47. Robert Russell Bennett Robert Russell Bennett Music Department, The King and I Composer, arranger, musician and conductor Robert Russell Bennett studied piano with his mother and other instruments with his bandmaster father, and also with Carl Busch and Nadia Boulanger (honorary DHL, Franklin & Marshall College and Guggenheim fellowships). He began conducting at 11, was organist at a Kansas City theatre and a violinist and violist with string ensembles...
48. Barbara Leake Barbara Leake Actress, Kind Hearts and Coronets
49. Alex Joffé Alex Joffé Writer, The Hotshots
50. Milt Bronson Milt Bronson Actor, $1000 TV Prize
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