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1. Frances Bay Frances Bay Actress, Happy Gilmore Cute, tiny, and prolific little old lady character actress Frances Bay worked constantly in both films and TV shows alike after making her debut at the age of 59 in life with a small part in the comedy Foul Play in 1978. She frequently portrayed eccentric elderly women and good-hearted grandmothers in all kinds of pictures and television programs...
2. Brett Somers Brett Somers Self, The T.V. Show
3. John Hoyt John Hoyt Actor, Spartacus
4. Virginia Gregg Virginia Gregg Actress, Operation Petticoat
5. Harold Bennett Harold Bennett Actor, Are You Being Served?
6. Mark Stevens Mark Stevens Actor, The Snake Pit Mark Stevens, a second-tier star during the 1940s and 1950s, was born Richard William Stevens in Cleveland, Ohio in 1916 (the dates in reference books vary between 1915 and 1920). Of Scottish and English heritage, the freckle-faced boy with the reddish hair had a father who was an American flyer. But his parents divorced while he was young and Mark was sent to England...
7. David Zdunich David Zdunich Actor, Paddy's Pub: The Worst Bar in Philadelphia
8. Sidney Luft Sidney Luft Producer, A Star Is Born
9. Corinne Camacho Corinne Camacho Actress, Days of Our Lives
10. Daniel Levins Daniel Levins Actor, Grease
11. Pablo Santos Pablo Santos Actor, Party Animalz
12. Guy Green Guy Green Director, A Patch of Blue Guy Green is well known to film audiences. Formerly a cinematographer, he was the first British D.P. to receive an Academy Award for his black-and-white photography on David Lean's Great Expectations. He founded the British Society of Cinematographers together with Freddie Young and Jack Cardiff...
13. Frederick De Cordova Frederick De Cordova Director, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Educated at Northwestern University, Frederick De Cordova began his show business career on the stage, and came to Hollywood in the mid-'40s as a dialogue director. He graduated to director in 1945. He spent much of his career at Universal Pictures, where he turned out medium-budget westerns, comedies and musicals...
14. Harry Holcombe Harry Holcombe Actor, The Fortune Cookie
15. Sara Haden Sara Haden Actress, The Shop Around the Corner
16. Norma Eberhardt Norma Eberhardt Actress, The Return of Dracula The beautiful Norma Eberhardt was born in Oakhurst, New Jersey. Norma developed a love for movies early. She was at a Easter Parade event with her mother when a well-known photographer stopped her and gave her his business card. When she turned seventeen, she got on a train and went straight to New York to find the photographer...
17. Troy Kennedy-Martin Troy Kennedy-Martin Writer, The Italian Job
18. Henry Wills Henry Wills Stunts, Pump Up the Volume
19. Pierre Mondy Pierre Mondy Actor, Asterix and Caesar
20. Johnny Ramone Johnny Ramone Soundtrack, The Royal Tenenbaums
21. Harry Tyler Harry Tyler Actor, The Grapes of Wrath
22. Milton Sills Milton Sills Actor, The Sea Hawk American leading man of silent pictures. Born into affluence in Chicago, he attended the University of Chicago on scholarship and remained there as a professor of psychology and philosophy. A chance visit to the school by actor- manager Donald Robertson led to Sills abandoning his career and joining Robertson's stock company as an actor in 1905...
23. Oliver Wallace Oliver Wallace Composer, Peter Pan
24. Jennifer Gan Jennifer Gan Actress, Women in Cages
25. Josephine Griffin Josephine Griffin Actress, The Man Who Never Was
26. Richard Wright Richard Wright Soundtrack, Pink Floyd: P. U. L. S. E. Live at Earls Court Richard William Wright was born on 28th July, 1943, in Hatch End, London. His parents, Bridie and Cedric Wright had two other children, Selina and Guinevere. He quickly developed an interest in jazz and classical piano. Studying architecture at Regent Street Polytechnic in London, he met and formed a band with Roger Waters on bass...
27. Bill Bradbury Bill Bradbury Actor, Mysterious Tracks
28. John Matshikiza John Matshikiza Actor, Cry Freedom
29. Mike Phillips Mike Phillips Actor, The Last of the Mohicans
30. Lila Leeds Lila Leeds Actress, Wild Weed
31. Charles McDaniel Charles McDaniel Actor, The Goonies
32. Tommy Leonetti Tommy Leonetti Music Department, Massacre at Central High
33. Joyce Jacobs Joyce Jacobs Actress, Repairing the Damage: Part 2
34. Michael Luciano Michael Luciano Editor, The Dirty Dozen
35. Otakar Vávra Otakar Vávra Writer, Witchhammer
36. Gordon Piper Gordon Piper Actor, My Brilliant Career
37. June Melville June Melville Self, Episode dated 6 February 1937
38. Frank Jarvis Frank Jarvis Actor, The Italian Job
39. Otis Toole Otis Toole Self, Death Diploma Ottis Elwood Toole was a self-confessed serial killer and cannibal who admitted to many murders and was the suspect in many more unsolved murders, some of which he committed with his friend Henry Lee Lucas. Toole was convicted of murder twice and confessed to four more murders, for which he was convicted by a court of law...
40. LeRoy Prinz LeRoy Prinz Miscellaneous Crew, The Ten Commandments Le Roy Prinz started his career after running away from a boarding school. He came to France prior to WWI, where he earned his money dancing in night clubs. After the outbreak of war he became pilot. He was shot down 15 times, after that he fought in Nicaragua, until US forces came. Then he decided he'd pressed his luck...
41. Tom Dillon Tom Dillon Actor, Night Tide
42. Irvin Mosley Jr. Irvin Mosley Jr. Actor, House of 1000 Corpses
43. Edna Mae Harris Edna Mae Harris Actress, Lying Lips Edna Mae Harris was one of the best actresses of the Black race in the 1930s and 1940s. She starred in some of the best all black cast independently produced movies in the 1930s and 1940s. An attractive woman who had a soulful voice, personality, sex appeal, she was a triple threat to show business...
44. Leon Hirszman Leon Hirszman Director, They Don't Wear Black Tie
45. June Salter June Salter Actress, Dot and the Kangaroo
46. Blue Washington Blue Washington Actor, There It Is
47. Anthony Marsh Anthony Marsh Actor, Overland Stage Raiders
48. Frank Crichlow Frank Crichlow Self, The Mangrove Nine
49. Bill Cassady Bill Cassady Actor, Hired Killer
50. Robert Penn Warren Robert Penn Warren Writer, All the King's Men Novelist, poet, critic and teacher. His best-known novel, "All the King's Men" (1946), won the Pulitzer Prize in 1947. The screen adaptation, All the King's Men, won the Academy Award for best motion picture of 1949. In 1986, Warren became the first poet laureate of the United States.
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