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1. Robert Shaw Robert Shaw Actor, Jaws Robert Archibald Shaw was born on August 9, 1927 in Westhoughton, Lancashire, England, the eldest son of Doreen Nora (Avery), a nurse, and Thomas Archibald Shaw, a doctor. His paternal grandfather was Scottish, from Argyll. Shaw's mother, who was born in Piggs Peak, Swaziland, met his father while she was a nurse at a hospital in Truro...
2. Robert Walker Robert Walker Actor, Strangers on a Train He possessed the same special brand of rebel/misfit sensitivity and charm that made superstars out of John Garfield and (later) James Dean and Montgomery Clift. In the war-torn 1940s, Robert Walker represented MGM's fresh, instinctive breed of up-and-coming talent. His boyish good looks combined with an attractive vulnerability came across the screen with such beauty...
3. John Huston John Huston Director, The Maltese Falcon An eccentric rebel of epic proportions, this Hollywood titan reigned supreme as director, screenwriter and character actor in a career that endured over five decades. The ten-time Oscar-nominated legend was born John Marcellus Huston in Nevada, Missouri, on August 5, 1906. His ancestry included English...
4. Ruth Gordon Ruth Gordon Actress, Rosemary's Baby When Ruth Gordon convinced her father, a sea captain, to let her pursue acting she came to New York and studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She acted in a few silents made at Fort Lee, New Jersey, in 1915. She made her Broadway debut in "Peter Pan" as Nibs the same year. The next 20 years she spent on stage...
5. Anissa Jones Anissa Jones Actress, Family Affair
6. Larry Pennell Larry Pennell Actor, Ripcord
7. DJ AM DJ AM Actor, Iron Man 2
8. Jan Clayton Jan Clayton Actress, Lassie
9. Darrell Ward Darrell Ward Self, Ice Road Truckers
10. Miyoshi Umeki Miyoshi Umeki Actress, The Courtship of Eddie's Father Although she projected the typical Japanese female stereotype of humbleness, delicacy and subservience in most of her prime film and stage roles, beguiling, tiny-framed Miyoshi Umeki was nevertheless an assertive scene-stealer. This docile and deceptive-looking talent with the cropped hair and heart-shaped face radiated charm and innocence so effortlessly...
11. Juan Gabriel Juan Gabriel Soundtrack, 30 Minutes or Less
12. León Serment León Serment Director, El efecto tequila
13. Murray Gershenz Murray Gershenz Actor, The Hangover
14. Bill Kerr Bill Kerr Actor, Gallipoli In the 1950s, Bill Kerr was one of Tony Hancock's regular sidekicks in the popular radio series 'Hancock's Half Hour'. In the first series he was smarter than Tony, but as the series progressed he became more and more stupid and childlike, regularly calling Tony 'Tubb'. Despite remaining on the radio series throughout its six year run, when the TV series began he was not required.
15. Wayne Tippit Wayne Tippit Actor, Guiding Light
16. John 'Uh huh' Collum John 'Uh huh' Collum Actor, Fish Hooky
17. Hans Clarin Hans Clarin Actor, Meister Eder und sein Pumuckl
18. Harry Fujiwara Harry Fujiwara Actor, WrestleMania III Japanese-American professional wrestler, manager and trainer as Mr. Fuji. He debuted on December 15, 1964 as Mr. Fujiwara in Hawaii. He won his first title when he and Curtis Iaukea defeated Lord James Blears and Neff Maivia for the NWA Hawaii Tag Team Championship. He would go on to compete for WWE...
19. Victor Wayne Harris Victor Wayne Harris Art Department, Seinfeld
20. Lumsden Hare Lumsden Hare Actor, Rebecca
21. Eve Smith Eve Smith Actress, Romancing the Stone
22. Leonard Harris Leonard Harris Actor, Taxi Driver
23. Norma Storch Norma Storch Actress, The Six Million Dollar Man
24. Kurt Grayson Kurt Grayson Actor, The Octagon Kurt was the Tijuana smalls man in 1970, when cigar ads were still televised, he was with Buffy St Marie in one. Kurt's best pal was Reid Smith Actor who was boyfriend to Jaclyn Smith and Maude Adams. Kurt never married but had a longtime relationship with Melanie Wilson of perfect strangers TV show. Melanie the Daughter of Dick Wilson, Mr Charmin and drunk on Bewitched.
25. Edmund H. North Edmund H. North Writer, Patton
26. Florence Turner Florence Turner Actress, College Widely publicized as "The Vitagraph Girl," dark-haired silent film actress Florence Turner was one of the screen's first celebrities to be called by the term "movie star." Born in New York City in 1885, she was pushed into the business at age 3 by an overzealous stage mother, performing on the vaudeville stage as Eugenie Florence...
27. Hazel Dawn Hazel Dawn Actress, Under Cover
28. David P. Harmon David P. Harmon Writer, The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm
29. Negrita Jayde Negrita Jayde Actor, Safety Zone
30. Robert Sparr Robert Sparr Director, Lawman
31. Chris Anders Chris Anders Actor, The Secret of Santa Vittoria
32. Sumitra Devi Sumitra Devi Actress, Jagte Raho Nilima Chattopadhyay was born in 1923 at Shiuri, in Birbhum district of undivided Bengal in a Brahmin orthodox family but was brought up in Muzaffarpur district of Bihar. While in her teens Nilima used to dream of the beautiful heroines of her time and dreamed that one day her name would find place by the side of Kanan Devi...
33. Dan Riss Dan Riss Actor, Panic in the Streets
34. Jacques Dufilho Jacques Dufilho Actor, War of the Buttons
35. Emmett Till Emmett Till Emmett Louis Till was born in Chicago, Illinois to Louis and Mamie Till in July of 1941. When Emmett was four, he and his mother got word that his father, a soldier stationed in Italy during World War II, had been executed by the government (it wasn't revealed until many years later that his father was convicted by a court martial of the rape and murder of three Italian women...
36. Lamar Trotti Lamar Trotti Writer, The Ox-Bow Incident Author and screenwriter, often preoccupied with American history as viewed from a Southern perspective. Born in Atlanta, Trotti studied writing at Columbia University and was also the first person to graduate from the University of Georgia's Henry Grady School of Journalism. In 1923, he became the youngest editor employed by a newspaper owned by the Hearst Press...
37. France Anglade France Anglade Actress, Les veinards
38. Penelope Russianoff Penelope Russianoff Actress, An Unmarried Woman
39. Théo Sarapo Théo Sarapo Actor, Judex
40. Maurice Elvey Maurice Elvey Director, The Clairvoyant Maurice Elvey was born in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, England, the oldest son of William Clarence Folkard, an inspecting engineer, and Sarah Anna Seward Folkard (formerly Pearce). He never had a formal education, and was working on the streets of London by the age of nine after having run away from home...
41. Sloan Fischer Sloan Fischer Actor, Rockula
42. Wonderful Smith Wonderful Smith Actor, This Is Spinal Tap In Rita Dove's poem "Hattie McDaniel Arrives at the Coconut Grove," Wonderful Smith adorns like the panache of jewelry the "free arm" of his good friend "Miss Mac" (as Smith was wont to call McDaniel) while the two walked arm in arm into that storied venue where Ms. McDaniel was about to receive her...
43. Logan Field Logan Field Actor, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers
44. Else Petersen Else Petersen Actress, Babette's Feast
45. Georg Trenkwitz Georg Trenkwitz Actor, Ein Anfang von etwas
46. Madge Brindley Madge Brindley Actress, Hobson's Choice
47. René Ray René Ray Actress, I Became a Criminal British singer and supporting or second lead actress of stage and screen, born Irene Creese in London, England. Her father was the noted automotive and aviation engineer Alfred Edward Creese (1872-1943), inventor of the first operational monoplane and associate of Albert Einstein. In addition to her work as an actress...
48. Max Shulman Max Shulman Writer, House Calls A prolific writer of satirical humor, Max Shulman was born in St.Paul, Minnesota, USA, the son of a Russian immigrant house painter, and began his writing career for the college humor magazine at the University of Minnesota. His work there came to the notice of a Doubleday editor, who encouraged the student to turn his best work into a novel...
49. Ed Benedict Ed Benedict Animation Department, The Ruff & Reddy Show Ed Benedict was the main character designer for all the early Hanna-Barbera cartoons, Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw. Benedict, who worked at MGM, Universal and other studios on short, theatrical cartoons, joined Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera soon after the pair launched their groundbreaking Hanna-Barbera TV animation studio in the late 1950s...
50. Rita Colton Rita Colton Actress, Project X
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