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1. Tony Scott Tony Scott Director, Top Gun Tony Scott was a British-born film director and producer. He was the youngest of three brothers, one of whom is fellow film director Ridley Scott. He was born in North Shields, Northumberland, England to parents Jean and Colonel Francis Percy Scott. As a result of his father's career in the British military...
2. Lee Thompson Young Lee Thompson Young Actor, The Famous Jett Jackson Lee Thompson Young was born as the son of Velma Love and Tommy Scott Young. When he was in second grade his parents split up and he went to live with his mother. At age ten, he portrayed Dr. Martin Luther King in a play called "A Night of Stars and Dreams". That's when Lee decided he wanted to be an actor...
3. Groucho Marx Groucho Marx Actor, Duck Soup From the late 1940s through 1961, he was the highly successful host of You Bet Your Life a quiz show on radio and television. His son, Arthur Marx, is a successful writer of biographies and TV scripts. Arthur complained about his father always being "on". If he asked Groucho about something serious or personal, Groucho would reply with one-liners.
4. Julius Carry Julius Carry Actor, Doctor Doctor
5. Hermione Baddeley Hermione Baddeley Actress, Mary Poppins A brash character actress who specialized in cinema, television, and theater, Hermione Youlanda Ruby Clinton-Baddeley was born on November 13, 1906 in Broseley, Shropshire. She was the youngest of four sisters - including Angela Baddeley, also an actress - and her half-brother, Very Rev William Baddeley, was a Church of England Minister...
6. Hayden Rorke Hayden Rorke Actor, I Dream of Jeannie Hayden Rorke was best known as the ever suspicious "Dr. Alfred E. Bellows" on the 1960s TV series, I Dream of Jeannie. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Rorke was educated at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and he began his stage career in the 1930s with the Hampden Theatrical Company. A veteran of numerous Broadway shows...
7. Jack Riley Jack Riley Actor, Rugrats Cleveland-born comedy actor Jack Riley switched his career interest from baseball to acting after obtaining a radio job, writing and performing skits while attending John Carroll University. He toured military bases throughout the world in comedy shows after being drafted in the Army in 1958. Following his discharge...
8. Ahna Capri Ahna Capri Actress, Enter the Dragon Beautiful, buxom, and shapely blonde bombshell Ahna Capri was born Anna Marie Nanasi on July 6, 1944 in Budapest, Hungary. Capri moved with her family to America when she was a child and started acting in television series at age 11. She made her film debut at age 13 in the Western Outlaw's Son....
9. Alastair Sim Alastair Sim Actor, A Christmas Carol He came to acting late being 30 when he started acting on the London stage and 35 when he made his film debut. In the late 30's he was inclined towards the sinister with such films as 'The Terror'(38) although he also appeared in the Crazy Gang's 'Alf's Button Afloat' (38) and with Jesse Matthews in 'Climbing High'(39)...
10. Don Haggerty Don Haggerty Actor, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
11. Mel Welles Mel Welles Actor, The Little Shop of Horrors Prior to his Hollywood acting career, New York-born Mel Welles held a variety of jobs, including clinical psychologist, writer and radio deejay. After some stage work he wound up in Hollywood, making his film debut in Appointment in Honduras. His best and favorite role, as flower shop owner Gravis Mushnick in director 'Roger Corman''s horror comedy The Little Shop of Horrors...
12. Christopher Shea Christopher Shea Actor, You're in Love, Charlie Brown Child actor Christopher Dylan Shea was born on February 5, 1958, in Los Angeles County, California. He was the older brother of fellow child actors Eric Shea and Stephen Shea. Christopher had a regular part as "Joey Starett" on the short-lived western TV series Shane. He also made guest appearances on episodes of such TV series as Bonanza...
13. Brian G. Hutton Brian G. Hutton Director, Where Eagles Dare
14. Peter Dyneley Peter Dyneley Actor, Thunderbird 6 Born on April 13, 1921, in Hastings, Peter Dyneley acted mostly in stage productions prior to 1954, when he began working in films. Many of his plays and films were done with his wife, Jane Hylton. Peter appeared as a guest star in many television series. He spoke fluent French, German and Spanish and was 5'11" tall...
15. Raoul Ruiz Raoul Ruiz Director, Marcel Proust's Time Regained Chilean director Raúl, or Raoul, Ruiz (1941-2011) was one of the most exciting and innovative filmmakers to emerge from 1960s World Cinema, providing more intellectual fun and artistic experimentation, shot for shot, than any filmmaker since Jean-Luc Godard. A guerrilla who uncompromisingly assaulted the preconceptions of film art...
16. Mary Millington Mary Millington Actress, The Playbirds Mary Millington had trained to become a veterinary nurse, but a chance meeting with infamous London photographer John Lindsay changed her life. Under Lindsay's influence, Mary started to pose nude in dozens of photo spreads in British glamor magazines. From this she progressed into illegally made hardcore porn films...
17. Utpal Dutt Utpal Dutt Actor, Gol Maal
18. Jessie Matthews Jessie Matthews Actress, Strauss' Great Waltz Born to a huge, poor family in Soho in London's West End, Jessie Matthews became a big stage star in the late 1920s and 1930s, enjoying some crossover success in musical films. Her career never quite relaunched after the war, though, but she staged a comeback when she replaced the lead actress in the radio soap "Mrs Dale's Diary" in the 1960s...
19. George Meeker George Meeker Actor, The Roaring Twenties This durable co-star-turned-character man had the steely eyes and overall slickness of somebody never to trust...and for good reason. For over two decades George Meeker fit the bill as the guy you loved to hate in movies. Frequently the spineless third wheel of a romantic triangle, he always lost the woman in the deal...
20. James Patterson James Patterson Actor, In the Heat of the Night
21. Jimmy Sangster Jimmy Sangster Writer, Horror of Dracula One of the driving, creative forces behind the legendary Hammer Studios, Jimmy Sangster was born on December 2nd, in Kinmel Bay, North Wales. He began in the film industry as a production assistant at age 16 during WWII. After this gig, he worked as a gofer and assistant projectionist for Norman's Film Services at London's Wardour Street...
22. Danny Arnold Danny Arnold Writer, Barney Miller
23. Cathleen Cordell Cathleen Cordell Actress, The Return of the Living Dead
24. Monty Ash Monty Ash Actor, Blast from the Past
25. Merrill McCormick Merrill McCormick Actor, Robin Hood
26. Charles Gemora Charles Gemora Makeup Department, Swiss Miss Stowed away on an American vessel sailing out of the Philippines, a young Charles Gemora arrived in California while the birth of cinema was in full swing. To help earn a little extra cash, Charlie would hang around the Universal entrance offering to sketch portraits. It wasn't long before his natural...
27. Diane Webber Diane Webber Actress, Mermaids of Tiburon Buxom, gorgeous and curvaceous 5'2" brunette knockout Diane Webber was born Marguerite Diane Empey on July 29, 1932, in Los Angeles, California. She was the daughter of writer/producer Arthur Guy Empey and his wife Marguerite Andrus. Diane worked as a chorus girl and took formal ballet training. She...
28. Joseph Hill Joseph Hill Composer, Frantic Joseph Hill was born in St. Catherine, Jamaica in 1949 and began his musical career as a percussionist in the late 1960s. As Rastafarianism's influence on reggae grew in the 1970s Mr. Hill formed the roots-reggae group Culture, releasing more than 30 albums. He wrote the group's best known songs including "Two Sevens Clash," "Natty Never Get Weary" and "I'm Not Ashamed"...
29. Leo Dolan Leo Dolan Actor, The Long Good Friday
30. John Wesley Hardin John Wesley Hardin Writer, The Lawless Breed Gunfighter John Wesley Hardin was one of the most notorious killers to come out of the Old West (while staying overnight at a hotel, he was awakened by the snoring of a man in the next room; Hardin reached over, grabbed his pistol and fired a shot through the wall, killing the man). He was a Southerner who harbored a deep hatred of blacks; the first man he is known to have killed...
31. Russell Waters Russell Waters Actor, The Wicker Man Russell Waters began his acting career in the 1930s and soon found himself cast in various film roles at the start of what promised to be a bright future as an actor. Unfortunately, WWII radically changed his prospects; conscripted into the army for the duration and wounded at some point around mid to late 1944 which saw him invalided back to England...
32. Lee Sholem Lee Sholem Director, Superman and the Mole-Men If only one Hollywood name is synonymous with speed and efficiency, it has to be Lee "Roll 'Em" Sholem. In a 40-year career, he directed upwards of 1300 shows, both features and TV episodes, without once going over schedule--a feat probably unparalleled in Hollywood history. Sholem started out in the cutting room some time in the 1930s...
33. Susanne Sidney Susanne Sidney Actress, High School Hellcats
34. Remo Pisani Remo Pisani Actor, Night of Evil
35. Russell Napier Russell Napier Actor, A Night to Remember
36. Gloria Clokey Gloria Clokey Writer, Gumby: The Movie
37. Joyce Blair Joyce Blair Actress, Arch of Triumph
38. Mary Stewart Mary Stewart Actress, Désirée
39. Federico García Lorca Federico García Lorca Writer, La novia Federíco Garcia Lorca was born in the south of Spain (Andalusia) in 1898 and soon became the region's most famous artist. A poet, playwright, artist, musician and lecturer, he wrote groundbreaking plays such as 'Blood Wedding' and 'Yerma'. His support of the Spanish Republic in the 1930s led to his execution in 1936.
40. David Renard David Renard Actor, Ship of Fools
41. Russell S. Doughten Jr. Russell S. Doughten Jr. Producer, The Prodigal Planet Born and raised in Iowa, Russell S. Doughten Jr. was interested in dramatics as a boy and yet never looked upon it as a profession. But while attending Drake University on an athletic scholarship, his interest in dramatics grew and, following a World War II Navy stint, he returned to Drake to study acting and directing...
42. Ann Lee Ann Lee Actress, Trial
43. Jackson Gillis Jackson Gillis Writer, Perry Mason Jackson Gillis was the middle son of three boys born to Ridgway M. Gillis (a civil engineer for the Washington State Highway Department) and Marjorie Lyman. In the late 1920s the Gillis family moved to California, settling first in Fresno then in Sacramento, where he grew up before attending and graduating from Stanford University. In July 1941 he married stage actress Patricia Cassidy...
44. Otto Frank Otto Frank Self, Otto Frank, de vader van Anne
45. Jeanne De Casalis Jeanne De Casalis Actress, Jamaica Inn
46. James Foley James Foley Cinematographer, Jim: The James Foley Story
47. Dale Cummings Dale Cummings Actor, The Battle of the Damned
48. Paul Lees Paul Lees Actor, The Heiress Lees spent over 6 years in the Marine Corps after joining at age 18. He was at Corregidor during the WWII Japanese attack and was captured and held prisoner. Lees was blinded by picric acid in enemy artillery shells. He received some 32 military decorations and ribbons, including the Legion of Merit...
49. Al Zinnen Al Zinnen Animation Department, 101 Dalmatians
50. Michael Been Michael Been Soundtrack, The Lost Boys
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