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1. Tupac Shakur Tupac Shakur Soundtrack, Django Unchained Born in New York City, Tupac grew up primarily in Harlem. In 1984, his family moved to Baltimore, Maryland where he became good friends with Jada Pinkett Smith. His family moved again in 1988 to Oakland, California. His first breakthrough in music came in 1991 as a member of the group Digital Underground...
2. Dorothy McGuire Dorothy McGuire Actress, Gentleman's Agreement A genuine model of sincerity, practicality and dignity in most of the roles she inhabited, actress Dorothy McGuire offered Tinseltown more talent than it probably knew what to do with. A quiet, passive beauty, she had a soothing quality to her open-faced looks and voice. She was a natural when he came...
3. Betty Field Betty Field Actress, Picnic Thespian Betty Field was born in Boston on February 8, 1916, the daughter of a salesman and his wife. Ancestors on her father's side were Mayflower colonists Priscilla and John Alden. Her parents divorced while she was still young and Betty eventually learned to speak Spanish while traveling with her mother to various Spanish-speaking countries during her childhood...
4. Frank Silva Frank Silva Actor, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me A native of central California, Frank Silva majored in theater at San Francisco State University where he received a master's degree in light design. He worked with director David Lynch on several of his movies (Dune, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart) as a prop master and set decorator. While Silva was working...
5. Paul Burke Paul Burke Actor, Naked City Tall, dark, and handsome is how Hollywood liked their leading men back in the 1950s and 1960s, and actor Paul Burke certainly fit the bill. While his career fell short of outright stardom, he managed to stand out in a couple of acclaimed TV cop series series in the 1960s and "enjoyed" semi-cult notice by co-starring in one of the screen's most celebrated turkeys of all time...
6. Philip Ober Philip Ober Actor, North by Northwest Philip Ober's bald head, stern bearing and booming voice made him a natural for the roles of business executives, high-ranking military officers and other authority figures he played so well. A Princeton University graduate, Ober spent years as an advertising executive for several different national magazines before switching careers to acting...
7. Todd Nealey Todd Nealey Producer, Last Shot with Judge Gunn
8. Jack Hofsiss Jack Hofsiss Director, Another World
9. Pekka Valkeejärvi Pekka Valkeejärvi Actor, Frozen Land
10. Mervyn LeRoy Mervyn LeRoy Director, Mister Roberts The great San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 was a tragedy for Mervyn Leroy. While he and his father managed to survive, they lost everything they had. To make money, Leroy sold newspapers and entered talent contests as a singer. When he entered vaudeville, his act was "LeRoy and Cooper--Two Kids and a Piano"...
11. Tom O'Rourke Tom O'Rourke Actor, American Gangster Thomas O'Rourke was a war baby, born in New York City in Greenwich Village. He was raised in Indiana,until his parents divorced and he returned to New York City's Upper Westside to live with his grandparents. He was ambitious and hardworking even at this young age. To help out with expenses, he bought a bike and delivered newspapers and laundry to the large...
12. Felix Bowness Felix Bowness Actor, Hi-de-Hi!
13. Jack Garner Jack Garner Actor, My Fellow Americans
14. Sara Allgood Sara Allgood Actress, How Green Was My Valley Dublin-born Sara Allgood started her acting career in her native country with the famed Abbey Theatre. From there she traveled to the English stage, where she played for many years before making her film debut in 1918. Her warm, open Irish face meant that she spent a lot of time playing Irish mothers...
15. Adrian Adrian Costume Designer, The Wizard of Oz Adrian Adolph Greenburg, born in Naugatuck, Connecticut, March 3, 1903, to Gilbert and Helena (Pollack) Greenburg. He began his professional career while still attending the New York School for Fine and Applied Arts by contributing to the costumes for "George White's Scandals" in 1921. He is credited for that production by his created name of Gilbert Adrian...
16. John Calley John Calley Producer, The Da Vinci Code Calley was born the son of a car salesman in Jersey City, New Jersey, and attended Columbia University before briefly serving in the Army. At NBC, he started in the mail room and moved up through the ranks from from 1951-57 in a still-young TV industry, from sale and production before settling in as director of nighttime programming...
17. Arcadia Lake Arcadia Lake Actress, Babylon Pink It has not been revealed for certain where Arcadia Lake was born, where she went to school or where she died. Ron Jeremy has said she was teaching a college physical education aerobics class before beginning her adult film career. In Show World--a Times Square sex emporium--around 1977, she met Eric Edwards while dancing on the live stage...
18. Leopold Stokowski Leopold Stokowski Self, Fantasia Flamboyant, latterly white-maned, U.S. conductor known best for his popularization of classical music. (He is also known for teaching 'Mickey Mouse' a few things about music in Walt Disney's Fantasia, in which Stokowski was featured with the Philadelphia Orchestra). He was a pioneer in the use of hi-fi sound and bringing great music to the screen.
19. Jimmy Herman Jimmy Herman Actor, Dances with Wolves
20. Delos V. Smith Jr. Delos V. Smith Jr. Actor, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest American character actor and producer/director. A third-generation Kansan, raised in Hutchinson, Kansas, Smith was the son of Delos V. Smith and Bessie Bloom. He was Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Kansas, participated in the first Round the World University Afloat, attended graduate school at Harvard...
21. Paul Wegener Paul Wegener Actor, The Golem
22. Joachim Hansen Joachim Hansen Actor, Anne of Green Gables Joachim Hansen was the 'poster boy' for German movie officers in films of the 1950's and 60's. Masculine and of commanding presence, he portrayed such historical figures as Luftwaffe ace Hans Joachim Marseille in Der Stern von Afrika and Generaloberst Alfred Jodl in The Winds of War and War and Remembrance. His many international credits as men in uniform include Captain Baumann in The Bridge at Remagen...
23. Anne Germain Anne Germain Soundtrack, Polisse
24. Georges Guétary Georges Guétary Actor, An American in Paris When we hear songs like "Rambino" and " Ciao Ciao Bambino" the name of Georges Guétary cames to one's mind. But also as a producer of " Bless the bride", "Latin Quartier" in London and "Arms and the girl" on Broadway, he added light and charm to show business. The last show to celebrate 50 years of perfomances was staged at the Robino's in Paris...
25. Sunil Bardewa Sunil Bardewa Composer, Nostalgia Musical
26. Mimi Chandler Mimi Chandler Actress, Henry Aldrich Swings It
27. Fay Roope Fay Roope Actor, Viva Zapata!
28. Judy Jordan Judy Jordan Actress, Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine
29. Jane Baxter Jane Baxter Actress, April Blossoms A distinguished stage and film actress Jane Baxter was one of the most glamorous performers on the London stage. Winston Churchill, an ardent fan, once described her as, "that charming lady who grace personifies all that is best in British womanhood". Her stage career spanned half a century and she is best remembered for her role in "Dial M For Murder"...
30. Arnold Laven Arnold Laven Producer, The Rifleman Laven, Jules V. Levy and Arthur Gardner met in 1943 in the First Motion Picture Unit of the Army Air Force. They were stationed at the Hal Roach Studio in Culver City, California (with other notables such as Capt. Ronald Reagan, Capt. Clark Gable and Lt. William Holden, making training films...
31. Harry Crane Harry Crane Writer, The Dean Martin Show Harry Crane, whose career began in stand-up comedy at the age of nineteen, was a very prolific screenwriter for movies and television over a span of fifty years. After beginning in stand-up comedy, Crane became a screenwriter for MGM Studios. He wrote scripts for movies such as Air Raid Wardens, which starred Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy...
32. Lillian Molieri Lillian Molieri Actress, The Creature Walks Among Us
33. Dallas Mitchell Dallas Mitchell Actor, Madigan
34. Paul Antrim Paul Antrim Actor, The Man Who Would Be King
35. Igor Sakharov Igor Sakharov Actor, Bolshoe kosmicheskoe puteshestvie
36. David Bacon David Bacon Actor, The Masked Marvel
37. Ermanno Rea Ermanno Rea Writer, La stella che non c'è
38. Grant Kronfeld Grant Kronfeld Visual Effects, Spartacus: War of the Damned
39. Marie Denn Marie Denn Actress, Night of the Demons
40. Ann Richards Ann Richards Self, Ann Richards' Texas
41. George Wallace George Wallace Self, Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment George Corley Wallace (August 25, 1919 - September 13, 1998), elected Governor of Alabama as a Democrat four times (1962, 1970, 1974 & 1982) and four-time candidate for President (1964, 1968, 1972 & 1976). Though he is best known for his belligerent defense of segregation, going so far as to block the door of the University of Alabama to prevent its desegregation under federal fiat...
42. Paul Hunt Paul Hunt Producer, Merlin Paul Hunt began making films in 1965 under the pseudonym H.P. Edwards. His first film was The Psychedelics, followed by Blow the Man Down, "Jefferson Hotel" (1966), "Sweet Smoke" (1967) and 60+ others. He was also the cinematographer and editor on most of them. His company, Canyon Films, became one of...
43. Benno Sterzenbach Benno Sterzenbach Actor, La grande vadrouille
44. F. Paul Benz F. Paul Benz Producer, Untold Stories of the ER
45. Tiny Brooks Tiny Brooks Actress, Across the Great Divide
46. Reza Beyk Imanverdi Reza Beyk Imanverdi Actor, Mafia Killer
47. Roland Blanche Roland Blanche Actor, La Femme Nikita
48. Elias Disney Elias Disney
49. Robert Forsyth Robert Forsyth Writer, Dr Lucille: The Lucille Teasdale Story
50. Joaquin Garay Joaquin Garay Actor, The Three Caballeros Joaquin appeared in It Happened One Night, singing The Man On the Flying Trapeze in the 2nd and 3rd verses in the bus scene. He went on to appear in several films already listed. He is best known for his lively character of Ponchito, the Rooster, in Disney's The Three Cabelleros.
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