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1. Mary Allin Travers Mary Allin Travers Self, Peter, Paul and Mommy, Too
2. James Gregory James Gregory Actor, The Manchurian Candidate One of the most beloved actors of all, James Gregory was born December 23, 1911, in the Bronx and grew up in New Rochelle, N.Y. In high school, he was elected president of the Drama Club. He went to work on Wall Street as a runner shortly after the 1929 crash. James Gregory performed in drama groups and achieved pro status as a summer stock player in 1935...
3. Jack Dodson Jack Dodson Actor, The Getaway Jack Dodson was arguably best known for playing "Howard Sprague", the county clerk on The Andy Griffith Show. This amazingly funny character actor endeared himself to 60s and 70s audiences as the straight-laced "straight man" to the "comic idiot" character "Goober". He brought laughs throughout the end of the run of The Andy Griffith Show and its spin-off...
4. Sheb Wooley Sheb Wooley Actor, Hoosiers American character actor in many Westerns, Sheb Wooley was also a figure in country-western music. Born and raised in Oklahoma, he spent his youth as a cowhand. His musical ability led to radio and subsequently film work. He played minor supporting roles for a dozen years starting in 1950, including one of the Frank Miller gang in High Noon...
5. Gene Nelson Gene Nelson Director, Kissin' Cousins Gene Nelson was barely a teen when he saw the Fred Astaire movie Flying Down to Rio, which would change his life. It was then that he decided he would be a dancer. After graduating from high school, Nelson joined the Sonja Henie Ice Show and toured for 3 years before joining the Army in World War II...
6. Kim Hamilton Kim Hamilton Actress, General Hospital
7. John Ingle John Ingle Actor, General Hospital
8. Timothy Bateson Timothy Bateson Actor, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Prolific British character actor, adept at eccentric or whimsical impersonations, particularly of Dickensian characters. The son of law society president Sir Dingwall Bateson, he won a scholarship to Wadham College, where he trained for acting with the Oxford University Dramatic Society. Straight out of college...
9. Lloyd Avery II Lloyd Avery II Actor, Boyz n the Hood
10. Carol White Carol White Actress, Poor Cow
11. Rolfe Sedan Rolfe Sedan Actor, Ninotchka Son of a Broadway couturier and a symphony conductor, Sedan started his career as a nightclub performer, he also performed in vaudeville with Al Jolson. He was planning on studying scientific agriculture when he went to work on the stage in New York. He worked at the Hal Roach Studios and played with the likes of Laurel & Hardy and Harold Lloyd...
12. Maria Callas Maria Callas Soundtrack, Milk This volatile opera diva was born in New York City to Greek émigrés in 1923. Her father set up a pharmacy and changed the family name from Kalogeropoulos to Callas. As a child Maria studied the piano. When her parents separated (she was 14 at the time), her mother returned to Athens with Maria and her sister...
13. Ralph Moody Ralph Moody Actor, Road to Bali Ralph Moody was born on November 5, 1886 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Ralph Roy Moody, the oldest son of Franklin Jerome Moody and Ida M. Hicklin. His introduction to show business was first as an actor on the stage in pre-radio days and then as a radio personality. His first acting role was in 1900 as the boy...
14. Patsy Swayze Patsy Swayze Miscellaneous Crew, Hope Floats
15. Tony Martinez Tony Martinez Actor, The Naked Dawn
16. Marc Bolan Marc Bolan Soundtrack, Billy Elliot Mark Feld, born in London, was always destined to be a star. Even as a teenager he was already seeking fame. Well known as a sharp dresser, he was employed by a modeling agency and became a "John Temple Boy", wearing John Temple suits in their catalogs as well as becoming a cardboard cutout displayed in their shop windows...
17. Moana Pozzi Moana Pozzi Actress, Summer Temptations
18. Fred Quimby Fred Quimby Producer, The Cat Concerto
19. Samuel Z. Arkoff Samuel Z. Arkoff Producer, The Amityville Horror By the early 1950s, future movie mogul Samuel Z. Arkoff was a brash 30-ish lawyer scratching out a living by representing his in-laws and the Hollywood fringe, which included many of now infamous director/angora-clad transvestite Edward D. Wood Jr.'s social circle. As a shark, Arkoff was physically imposing and capable of scaring the snot out of anyone who opposed him...
20. Simon Gipps-Kent Simon Gipps-Kent Actor, Lost Hearts
21. Nedrick Young Nedrick Young Writer, Inherit the Wind
22. Dori Brenner Dori Brenner Actress, Altered States
23. Mazhar Khan Mazhar Khan Actor, Shaan
24. Pedro de Cordoba Pedro de Cordoba Actor, Saboteur Although many people are under the impression that Pedro de Cordoba was Mexican, his mother was French and his father was Cuban, and he was born in New York City. De Cordoba's career began in silent films, where he established himself as a solid character actor, and his career carried over into talkies...
25. Jaime Del Valle Jaime Del Valle Producer, The Lineup
26. Constance Moore Constance Moore Actress, Buck Rogers Blonde singer/actress Constance Moore was a stylish, glamorous lead in many "B" war-era musicals. Born in Sioux City, Iowa, on January 18, 1920, she was raised in Dallas, Texas, and nurtured ambitions to be a singer. The one-time brunette with the rich contralto started out as a band vocalist prior to entering films...
27. Norman Whitfield Norman Whitfield Soundtrack, American Hustle Music producer, arranger, and songwriter Norman Jessie Whitfield was born on May 12, 1941 in New York City. A native of Harlem, Whitfield spent his early teen years hanging out in local pool halls. Norman moved with his family to Detroit, Michigan when he was in his late teens. At age 18 he wrote and produced songs for Detroit's Thelma Records...
28. Nikki Kane Nikki Kane Actress, Barely Legal P.O.V. 3
29. Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince Director, Roundhay Garden Scene Le Prince is considered the pioneer of the motion picture. His father was an intimate friend of Louis Daguerre (1787-1851), the famous pioneer of photography, who gave his son some early lessons in the art. In 1875 he saw a series of photographs taken by Eadweard Muybridge at Palo Alto, California. Le Prince was attracted to the idea of producing a series of photographs i.e...
30. Terence Cooper Terence Cooper Actor, Casino Royale
31. Joan Perry Joan Perry Actress, Bullets for O'Hara Born in Florida, Joan went to New York where she worked as a model. In 1935 she went to Hollywood where she was signed at Columbia Pictures. While at Columbia, Joan appeared in a number of films and worked with leading men such as Ralph Bellamy, Melvyn Douglas and Lew Ayres. She also caught the eye of studio mogul Harry Cohn who wanted Joan for his wife...
32. Claudio Camaso Claudio Camaso Actor, A Bay of Blood
33. Buster Jones Buster Jones Actor, The Transformers: The Movie
34. Henry Grace Henry Grace Set Decorator, North by Northwest
35. Art Scholl Art Scholl Miscellaneous Crew, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
36. Fouad El-Mohandes Fouad El-Mohandes Actor, Ard el-nefak
37. Dolly Haas Dolly Haas Actress, I Confess
38. Ron Nyman Ron Nyman Actor, A Choice of Evils Ron made his way to Hollywood from England and appeared as an 'extra' in many films including the 1952 version of The Ten Commandments and starred in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and other Marilyn Monroe films; also the Tattooed Man in "No Business Like Show Business." He was well-known as the policeman...
39. Leonid Raab Leonid Raab Music Department, Witness for the Prosecution
40. Dorothy Coonan Wellman Dorothy Coonan Wellman Actress, Wild Boys of the Road
41. Michael Hayes Michael Hayes Director, City of Death: Part One
42. Mary Gish Mary Gish Actress, Letters Entangled
43. Eddie Waitkus Eddie Waitkus Self, Game 4 Eddie Waitkus is the baseball player who inspired the novel "The Natural" by Bernard Malamud, which was made into the movie The Natural, starring Robert Redford as Roy Hobbs. Waitkus was a top defensive first baseman and left-handed line-drive hitter. He was one of the toughest men in the league to strike-out...
44. Filip Nikolic Filip Nikolic Actor, Simon Sez Filip Nikolitch was born on the 1st of September 1974 in Saint Ouen, France. Though his parents are of Yugoslavian origin, he grew up in Longjumeau (a suburban town outside of Paris, France). He has a sister and brother, Jessica and Såsa (Sacha). He has hazel-green eyes and brown hair. Filip's talents range from gymnastics (he was a champion in France)...
45. Rhea Mitchell Rhea Mitchell Actress, Honor's Cross Mitchell began her career in 1909 playing stock in Portland. Working in films, she appeared a number of times with Western star William S. Hart playing a leading role in those films. She then appeared in "Diamond from the Sky" in 1916" which proved to be a disaster for everyone concerned and with only four chapters completed...
46. Vanca Kljakovic Vanca Kljakovic Director, Kuzis stari moj
47. John McCormack John McCormack Soundtrack, War Horse
48. Johnno Zee Johnno Zee Director, Redneck Carnage
49. Doris Day Doris Day Actress, Federal Fugitives
50. Renee Whitney Renee Whitney Actress, Footlight Parade
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