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1. Sebastian Cabot Sebastian Cabot Actor, Family Affair
2. Colleen Dewhurst Colleen Dewhurst Actress, Annie Hall Tall, luminous and leonine, the legendary Colleen Dewhurst must go down as one of the theater's finest contemporary tragediennes of the late 1900s. With trademark dusky tones and a majestically careworn appearance, she possessed an inimitable down-to-earth fierceness that not only earned her the title...
3. Professor Toru Tanaka Professor Toru Tanaka Actor, The Running Man Built like the proverbial Patton tank, Professor Toru Tanaka was arguably the successor to Harold Sakata as the archetypal Asian henchman who possessed incredible strength, and clobbered those foolish enough to tangle with him. Born Charles Kalani, he was a successful wrestler and served for over ten years in the US Armed Forces attaining the rank of sergeant...
4. Jeff MacKay Jeff MacKay Actor, All the President's Men
5. John Howard Davies John Howard Davies Producer, No Job for a Lady Juvenile actor in British films; later TV director (e.g. "Monty Python's Flying Circus").
6. Keith Knight Keith Knight Actor, Meatballs
7. Romi Koch Romi Koch Actress, Dead Doll
8. Charles Stevens Charles Stevens Actor, The Black Pirate
9. Daniel Petrie Daniel Petrie Director, Cocoon: The Return
10. Charley Foy Charley Foy Actor, Swingtime in the Movies
11. Glauber Rocha Glauber Rocha Director, Black God, White Devil He studied Law. He also directed theatre pieces, wrote movie criticisms and took part in the creation and development of the 'cinema novo' movement in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, becoming its theoretical leader and first embassador in Europe. After "Barravento (1962)", a trilogy of films and "Antonio das Mortes (1969)" he won various international prizes...
12. Nick Ashford Nick Ashford Soundtrack, Guardians of the Galaxy
13. Jeffrey Stone Jeffrey Stone Actor, The Thing That Couldn't Die Jeffrey Stone spent 14 years in the film industry in Hollywood, Italy and Spain. The start to his career came as the model for "Prince Charming" in Disney's "Cinderella". He went on to play "D'Artagnan" in the TV series, The Three Musketeers (aka The Three Musketeers). He appeared in numerous movies and guest appearances on TV...
14. Joan Gerber Joan Gerber Actress, DuckTales
15. Vicco von Bülow Vicco von Bülow Writer, Ödipussi Loriot was once best known as a cartoonist, with the distinguishing feature that all his characters had potato-shaped noses. In the 1960s, he presented the TV series "Cartoon" which featured short animated cartoons from all over the world. In between the clips he acted in little funny sketches. These...
16. John Rodion John Rodion Actor, Tower of London 'Rodion Rathbone' is the only natural child of Basil Rathbone. He was born in Britain in 1918 or 1919 after his father returned from World War I. He was raised in Britain by his mother after his parents divorced around 1920. He went to Hollywood in the late 1930s to reunite with his father.
17. B.J. Hopper B.J. Hopper Actor, Because of Winn-Dixie
18. Aleksandr Demyanenko Aleksandr Demyanenko Actor, Operatsiya 'Y' i drugie priklyucheniya Shurika Aleksandr Sergeevich Demyanenko was born on May 30, 1937, in Ekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk), Russia. His father, named Sergei Demyanenko, was an actor in Moscow, but moved to live in Sverdlovsk in the 1930's. Young Aleksandr Demyanenko was spending much time with his father at his acting class. From the age of 9 to15 he went to Sverdlovsk Music School and studied singing and piano...
19. Ted Sears Ted Sears Writer, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs As his writing partner, Winston Hibler, once put it, "Perhaps Ted's greatest talent was his own unique brand of humor. It was warm, gentle humor; there was never a barb in it. And his was the key, to Ted's whole personality. He was the kindest man I ever knew. He lived with laughter and without malice...
20. Toots Thielemans Toots Thielemans Music Department, Baantjer
21. Jerry Leiber Jerry Leiber Soundtrack, Forrest Gump
22. Bruce Cowling Bruce Cowling Actor, Battleground
23. Gary Jasgur Gary Jasgur Actor, Fishy Tales
24. Patrick McAlinney Patrick McAlinney Actor, The Omen
25. Perry Ivins Perry Ivins Actor, Son of Frankenstein Perry Ivins got his start on Broadway in the 1920s, appearing in various small parts. With the advent of sound in movies, Ivins made his way to Hollywood. Ivins originally worked as a dialogue director, but eventually got work as a bit player. The articulate Ivins was well suited for white collar roles...
26. Murdock MacQuarrie Murdock MacQuarrie Actor, Modern Times
27. Richard Wilson Richard Wilson Director, It's All True
28. Jane Burgess Jane Burgess Actress, Looking for Danger Jane Burgess was born on June 4, 1931 in Long Beach, California, USA as Jane McKay Matthews. Her parents were commercial artist Howard Mark Matthews (March 19, 1906-May 10, 1965) and Grace Skillington Maass (April 10, 1906-August 26, 1999). Jane had one brother, Charles Maass (May 12, 1930 - April 24...
29. Mimi Dillard Mimi Dillard Actress, The Ballad of Andy Crocker
30. Jack Briggs Jack Briggs Actor, Joan of Paris
31. Huey P. Newton Huey P. Newton Self, Huey Huey P. Newton, the co-founder and inspirational leader of the Black Panther Party, was born in Monroe, Louisiana, on February 17, 1942. He was named after governor Huey P. Long. Newton's family moved to Oakland, California early in his childhood. He attended Merritt College, earning an Associate of Arts degree. He also studied law at Oakland City College and at San Francisco Law School...
32. John Boxer John Boxer Actor, The Bridge on the River Kwai
33. Jindrich Polák Jindrich Polák Writer, Voyage to the End of the Universe
34. Vimi Vimi Actress, Aabroo
35. Diana Vreeland Diana Vreeland Self, The Eighteenth Century Woman
36. Larry Randles Larry Randles Stunts, Commando
37. Michael Leader Michael Leader Actor, EastEnders
38. Jeff Moldovan Jeff Moldovan Stunts, The Patriot
39. Imperio Argentina Imperio Argentina Actress, Tata mía Spanish actress. Parents: Antonio Nile (guitar player) and Rosario del Río. She was born during an artistic tournee of her parents in Argentina. She lived in Málaga till she the age of 12. There she studied dance. When she was 12 years old, she debuted in the comedy theatre of Buenos Aires with the help of Pastora Imperio who calls her Petite Imperio...
40. Alex Segal Alex Segal Director, Death of a Salesman
41. Jesper Klein Jesper Klein Actor, Jungledyret
42. Leo Bieber Leo Bieber Actor, The Colditz Story
43. Kamal Al-Shennawi Kamal Al-Shennawi Actor, Al-irhab wal kabab
44. Elena Garro Elena Garro Writer, Solo de noche vienes
45. Kate Chopin Kate Chopin Writer, Grand Isle
46. Muriel Angelus Muriel Angelus Actress, The Great McGinty The memories are vague when it comes to recalling this London-born leading lady, but Muriel Angelus did have her moments. She managed to appear in a few classic Broadway musical shows and Hollywood films before her early retirement in the mid-1940s. Of Scottish parentage, the former Muriel Findlay developed a sweet-voiced soprano at an early age...
47. Jacqueline Pagnol Jacqueline Pagnol Actress, Naïs
48. William Scott William Scott Actor, Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley
49. Kishore Sahu Kishore Sahu Actor, Mayurpankh
50. Jomo Kenyatta Jomo Kenyatta Self, Jomo Kenyatta Jomo Kenyatta was born in Ngenda, Kenya in 1891. A member of the Kikuyu tribe, he was named Kamau wa Ngengi and later christened Johnstone Kamau by Scottish missionaries. He adopted the name of Jomo Kenyatta in the 1920's taking his first named from the Kikuyu word for "burning spear" and his last name from the beared belt that he often wore...
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