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1. Richard Kiel Richard Kiel Actor, Tangled Towering 7' 2" tall actor who has cornered the market on playing giants, intimidating henchman, bayou swamp monsters and steel toothed villains! Kiel worked in numerous jobs including as a night club bouncer and a cemetery plot salesman, before breaking into film & TV in several minor roles in the late 1950s / early 1960s...
2. Cliff Robertson Cliff Robertson Actor, Spider-Man A serious and talented actor, at his best playing somewhat troubled characters, Cliff Robertson has been a fairly successful leading man through most of his career without ever becoming a major star. Following strong stage and television experience, he made an interesting film debut in a supporting role in Picnic...
3. Jane Wyman Jane Wyman Actress, The Lost Weekend Jane Wyman was born Sarah Jane Mayfield on January 5, 1917, in St. Joseph, Missouri (she was also known later as Sarah Jane Fulks). When she was only eight years old, and after her parents filed for divorce, she lost her father prematurely. After graduating high school she attempted, with the help of her mother...
4. Alexa Kenin Alexa Kenin Actress, Pretty in Pink Alexa Jordan Kenin was born February 16, 1962 in New York City, New York. Alexa began acting as a child and won her first professional role opposite Jason Robards in the made-for-television film The House Without a Christmas Tree. She played the part of Carla Mae. After appearances in several television productions she starred alongside Clint Eastwood in Honkytonk Man...
5. Joanne Dru Joanne Dru Actress, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon The daughter of a West Virginia druggist, Joanne Dru came to New York in 1940. In New York she worked as a model and was cast by Al Jolson as one of the showgirls in his Broadway play "Hold Onto Your Hats." When the show closed in 1941, she married popular singer Dick Haymes and went with him to Hollywood...
6. Pier Angeli Pier Angeli Actress, Somebody Up There Likes Me Anna Maria Pierangeli was born June 19, 1932, in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy. Anna and her twin sister, Marisa Pavan, both had their eyes on become film stars, since that was one of the big Italian pastimes. Anna adopted her surname and split it in half, and it was as Pier Angeli that she would find fame...
7. Bobby Jordan Bobby Jordan Actor, Angels with Dirty Faces Bobby was raised in Flatbush, Brooklyn. By the time he was four and a half, he could act, tap dance and play the Saxophone. He made his stage debut in 1930 and film debut at Warner Bros./Vitaphone in 1931. He also reportedly had a bit part in the 1934 Eddie Cantor film, "Kid Millions". He then appeared on Broadway in "Dead End"...
8. Dalton Trumbo Dalton Trumbo Writer, Spartacus Dalton Trumbo, the Oscar-winning screenwriter, arguably the most talented, most famous of the blacklisted film professionals known to history as the Hollywood 10, was born in Montrose, Colorado to Orus Trumbo and his wife, the former Maud Tillery. Dalton Trumbo was raised at 1124 Gunnison Ave. in Grand Junction...
9. Lance LeGault Lance LeGault Actor, Prince Avalanche Lance LeGault was born as William Lance Legault on May 2, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois. LeGault grew up in Chillicothe, Illinois and graduated from Chillicothe Township High School in 1955. Lance began his acting career as a stunt double for Elvis Presley; he appears in the 1960s Presley vehicles Girls! Girls! Girls!...
10. Leo Carrillo Leo Carrillo Actor, Viva Villa!
11. Charles Drake Charles Drake Actor, Harvey Personable actor Charles Drake was born Charles Ruppert on October 2, 1917, in New York City. He graduated from Nichols College in 1937 and initially became a salesman before switching to acting in 1939 and appearing in little theater productions. He changed his stage name to the more suitable Charles Drake and in the late 1930s managed to snag a contract with Warner Brothers...
12. Daniel Smith Daniel Smith Self, Introduction of Bobby Trendy
13. Lyn Peters Lyn Peters Actress, Grave of the Vampire
14. Derek Meddings Derek Meddings Visual Effects, Batman
15. Mark Tapscott Mark Tapscott Actor, The Young and the Restless Mark was born in Bell, California. He attended high school in the Inland Empire of that state where he met, and following a tour of duty in WW II, married Frances Mae Ferrell, his high school sweetheart. Nine months later they had a daughter named Teddy, who currently resides in Huntington Beach, California...
16. Olive Thomas Olive Thomas Actress, The Flapper Oliva R. Duffy was born on October 20, 1894, in Charleroi, Pennsylvania. Ollie, as she was known to family and friends, did not have much of a childhood. Life in industrial Pittsburgh was depressing and grim, with its smoky factories and hard living. Olive's father died while she was still young, forcing her to leave school to help earn her keep...
17. Glyn Owen Glyn Owen Actor, The Rocket
18. O.L. Duke O.L. Duke Actor, Malcolm X O.L. Duke's acting career breakthrough occurred when he replaced Denzel Washington in Charles Fuller 's Pulitzer Prize-winning original production of "A Soldier's Play" (later made into the film A Soldier's Story. He was a member of both the renowned Actors Studio and the Negro Ensemble Company (NEC)....
19. Janice Carroll Janice Carroll Actress, Shane
20. Billie Mae Richards Billie Mae Richards Actress, Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
21. Clifton Young Clifton Young Actor, Dark Passage Clifton "Bobby" Young gained notoriety as a child actor playing "Bonedust" during Our Gang's sound transition period. Of all the graduates of Our Gang (with the exception of Jackie Cooper and arguably Dickie Moore), Clifton had the greatest shot at adult stardom - at least as far as strong character roles were concerned...
22. Charles Denner Charles Denner Actor, The Man Who Loved Women Mr. Denner began studying in Paris with Charles Dullin in 1945. Four years later, he joined the National Popular Theater. In 1962, he was offered his first big film role, in Bluebeard. He made thirty films after that, notably with Claude Lelouch and François Truffaut. Over the years, he worked under some of France's best-known directors...
23. Michael Ross Michael Ross Actor, D.O.A.
24. Dawson Palmer Dawson Palmer Actor, The Prisoners of Space Palmer, a stuntman and former basketball player worked mainly for producer Irwin Allen. His large stature led to him portraying many monsters, aliens and cyborgs on Allen's tv shows, most notably Lost in Space. He was in fact known on that show as the "resident monster".
25. Loretta King Loretta King Actress, Bride of the Monster
26. Sol Gorss Sol Gorss Actor, The Killing
27. Bernard Fein Bernard Fein Writer, Hogan's Heroes
28. John Moffatt John Moffatt Actor, Tom Jones
29. Richard Karlan Richard Karlan Actor, Star!
30. Monica Keating Monica Keating Actress, Don't Look Now, But Isn't That Me
31. Flower Parry Flower Parry Actress, Second Honeymoon Flower Parry was a native Californian who broke into show business as a dancer in Nils T. Granlund's Florentine Gardens Revue in 1941. She married Jackie Coogan that year and they had one son, John Anthony Coogan, born on March 4, 1942. She and Coogan divorced in June of 1943. During the mid-forties...
32. Rade Markovic Rade Markovic Actor, The Meeting Point Rade Markovic was born in Belgrade where he studied at the College of Engineering and Philosophical Faculty. For the first time he set his foot on the stage as a member of a cultural artistic company "Ivo Lola Ribar" and the Youth Theatre and since the season 1946 to 1949 he was acting in performances of the Academic Theatre...
33. Don Nelson Don Nelson Writer, Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo
34. George Schaefer George Schaefer Director, The Bunker
35. Rita Karin Rita Karin Actress, Sophie's Choice
36. Dan Ferrone Dan Ferrone Actor, Love of Life
37. Ismael Merlo Ismael Merlo Actor, The Hunt His professional debut in 1934 with the Society of Enrique Rambal in a spectacular production of "Around the World in 80 Days." Upon completion of the Spanish Civil War, became part of the Society of Isabel Garcés Between 1940 and 1943 played important roles in various films. However, he soon returned to the theater...
38. Linford Cazenove Linford Cazenove Art Department, The Proprietor Linford Cazenove, the eldest son of Angharad Rees (Poldark) and Christopher Cazenove (Dynasty), was himself a budding actor when he died at the age of 25. Cazenove was driving on the M11 near Stansted, England on 10 September, 1999 when his Audi Quattro hit an oncoming vehicle and he was killed instantly...
39. Stanley A. Long Stanley A. Long Producer, Adventures of a Taxi Driver
40. Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown Soundtrack, All Tied Up
41. Joaquim Pedro de Andrade Joaquim Pedro de Andrade Director, Macunaima
42. Edwin Jerome Edwin Jerome Actor, The Three Faces of Eve
43. Wayne Emmons Wayne Emmons Actor, The Rainmaker
44. Edward LeSaint Edward LeSaint Actor, Modern Times LeSaint started his stage career while still a child in Philadelphia. He moved to Hollywood in 1912 to work in the movies. Edward often played judges or college professors in films.
45. Charles Soldani Charles Soldani Actor, Escort West
46. Gisela Dali Gisela Dali Actress, Ou klepseis
47. Francisca Caballero Francisca Caballero Actress, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
48. Allan Gray Allan Gray Composer, The African Queen Allan (or Josef as he was then) studied under the great pioneering modernist Arnold Schönberg. To pay for his tuition he composed popular, jazz-influenced tunes for cabaret acts in Berlin. Josef took his pseudonym from Oscar Wilde's narcissistic hero, Dorian Gray.
49. Clara Beranger Clara Beranger Writer, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
50. Anita Roddick Anita Roddick Self, 1 Giant Leap
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