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1. George C. Scott George C. Scott Actor, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Best known for his stage work, as well as his portrayal of General George S. Patton in the film Patton, as General Buck Turgidson in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, and as Ebenezer Scrooge in Clive Donner's 1984 film A Christmas Carol. He was the first actor to refuse the Academy Award for Best Actor (for Patton in 1970)...
2. Edward Albert Edward Albert Actor, Port Charles The only son of Green Acres star Eddie Albert and Mexican actress/dancer Margo, Edward Laurence Albert managed to come out from under his father's strong shadow and make a gallant showing of his own as a gifted thespian. Born in Los Angeles on February 20, 1951, Edward's multi-cultural heritage and talented gene pool allowed him to become a man of many talents: songwriter...
3. Eddie Fisher Eddie Fisher Self, Nothing Lasts Forever In 1953 Eddie Fisher was given his own fifteen minute TV show called Coke Time, sponsored by the Coca-Cola company. This show proved to be so popular that Coke then offered Eddie a $1 million contract to be their national spokesperson. A deal of that magnitude was almost unheard of at this time and helped push Fisher towards being one of the most popular singers by 1954...
4. Dorothy Lamour Dorothy Lamour Actress, Road to Bali In addition to being Miss New Orleans in 1931, Dorothy Lamour worked as a Chicago elevator operator; band vocalist for her first husband, band leader Herbie Kaye; and radio performer. In 1936 she donned her soon-to-be-famous sarong for her debut at Paramount, The Jungle Princess, and continued to play female Tarzan-Crusoe-Gauguin-girl-with make-up parts through the war years and beyond...
5. Marion Davies Marion Davies Actress, Show People Marion Cecelia Douras was born in the borough of Brooklyn, New York on January 3, 1897. She had been bitten by the show biz bug early as she watched her sisters perform in local stage productions. She wanted to do the same. As Marion got older, she tried out for various school plays and did fairly well...
6. Gordon Jump Gordon Jump Actor, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes The burly character actor Gordon Jump will probably be best remembered for the role of the radio station manager Arthur Carlson in the TV sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati. This is ironic, since in the first part of his working life he was found either behind a microphone or camera in stints with radio and TV stations in the Midwest, including producing jobs at stations in Kansas and Ohio...
7. Carmen Phillips Carmen Phillips Actress, Easy Rider
8. Jackie Burroughs Jackie Burroughs Actress, Avonlea Jackie Burroughs was born February 2, 1939 in Lancashire, England, UK. She acted in live theater at Ontario's Stratford Festival before she made her film debut appearance in The Ernie Game, she went on to act in several other films which include The Grey Fox a performance that earned her a Genie...
9. Marcel Marceau Marcel Marceau Self, La constellation Jodorowsky Marcel Marceau was the legendary mime, who survived the Nazi occupation, and saved many children in WWII. He was regarded for his peerless style pantomime, moving audiences without uttering a single word, and was known to the World as a "master of silence." He was born Marcel Mangel on March 22, 1923...
10. Dan Rowan Dan Rowan Producer, Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Dan Rowan was a comedian most famous as the straight man to Dick Martin, with whom he co-hosted the watershed TV program Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In from 1968-1973. The comedian debuted into small-town life as Daniel Hale Rowan in Beggs, Oklahoma on July 22, 1922, the son of show people. As a child, Rowan toured the carnival circuit with his mother in father as part of a song and dance act...
11. Irving Berlin Irving Berlin Soundtrack, The Aviator Irving Berlin was born Israel Isidor Baline on May 11, 1888 in Mogilev, Belarus, Russian Empire. Towering composer, songwriter, ("God Bless America", "Always", "Blue Skies", "White Christmas") author and publisher, he came to the United States at age 5 and was educated in New York's public schools. His earliest musical education was from his father...
12. Sam Wood Sam Wood Director, A Night at the Opera After a two-year apprenticeship under Cecil B. DeMille as assistant director, Samuel Grosvenor Wood had the good fortune to have assigned to him two of the biggest stars at Paramount during their heyday: Wallace Reid, between 1919 and 1920; and Gloria Swanson, from 1921 to 1923. By the time his seven-year contract with Paramount expired...
13. Gian Luigi Rondi Gian Luigi Rondi Writer, Beauties of the Night
14. Elsie Downey Elsie Downey Actress, Chafed Elbows
15. Harry Warren Harry Warren Soundtrack, Fight Club
16. Maria Carta Maria Carta Actress, The Godfather: Part II
17. Jane Connell Jane Connell Actress, Mame
18. Ilah Davis Ilah Davis Actress, Hardcore
19. Janet Davies Janet Davies Actress, Dad's Army
20. Karl Hardman Karl Hardman Actor, Night of the Living Dead
21. Frederick Piper Frederick Piper Actor, Jamaica Inn
22. Durga Khote Durga Khote Actress, Mughal-E-Azam
23. Ray Traylor Ray Traylor Actor, WWE Sunday Night Heat
24. Bridget O'Connor Bridget O'Connor Writer, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Bridget was born and raised in Harrow, London. From a large family, she was the second of 5 children. Her parents are Irish, her mother Bridie hails from Limerick and her father Jim is from Cork. As a result, Bridget grew up around Ceilidh bands and dancing. She attended Catholic schools and went on to graduate with a degree in English from Lancaster University...
25. Zozo Bakradze Zozo Bakradze Actor, Lazares tavgadasavali
26. John Daheim John Daheim Actor, Champion
27. Lucrecia Capello Lucrecia Capello Actress, El elegido
28. Jane Winton Jane Winton Actress, Sunrise Statuesque, gorgeous Jane Winton was billed as the "Green-eyed Goddess of Hollywood". The former Ziegfeld Follies dancer appeared in a good number of films from 1925--if not as the nominal star then, at least, very high up the list of credits. Her aloof beauty was tailor-made for playing patrician socialites and she breezed through many such roles in both comedy and drama...
29. Luciano Vincenzoni Luciano Vincenzoni Writer, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Luciano Vincenzoni, born in Treviso, March 7, 1926, studied law in Rome and Padua. In 1952, with his friend Tony Roma, he produced "Oliva Incantesimo Tragico", starring María Félix. In 1954, he wrote his first script "Hanno Rubato un Tram", directed by Aldo Fabrizi. In this year, he met 'Pietro Germi' and wrote "The Railroad Man"...
30. Jonathan Cecil Jonathan Cecil Actor, Barry Lyndon
31. Julie Robbins Julie Robbins Actress, Emotions
32. Max Wylie Max Wylie Writer, The Flying Nun
33. Vesta Williams Vesta Williams Actress, Posse
34. Debby Constantino Debby Constantino Self, Ghost Adventures
35. Gregg Martell Gregg Martell Actor, Return of the Fly Gregg Martell was a veteran from World War II. After a long career as a character actor in films and television, he later became a health food wholesaler and real estate broker. He was preceded in death by his wife and business partner - Vivian. He was admired for his bravely fought fight against "Parkinson's Disease".
36. Jorge Gonzáles Jorge Gonzáles Actor, Hercules in the Underworld He was one of the world's tallest men to ever live. He played professional basketball as a center in his country at Gimnasia La Plata (won 2nd level championship) and Sport Club. He also played for the National Team from 1985 to 1988. Drafted by NBA's Atlanta Hawks in 1988, he had to quit after a knee injury that didn't allowed him to run properly...
37. Jules Furthman Jules Furthman Writer, The Big Sleep Jules Furthman was a magazine and newspaper writer when he began writing for films in 1915. When the U.S. entered WWI Furthman used the name "Stephen Fox" for his screenplays because he thought his name sounded too German, but he reverted to his real name after the war. Furthman became one of the most prolific...
38. Yogi Berra Yogi Berra Self, New York Yankees (The Movie) One of baseball's greatest catchers of all time, Yogi Berra appeared in a record 14 World Series while calling the games for the New York Yankees. Berra proved invaluable to the Yankees as evidenced by his three Americal League Most Valuable Player awards. Berra was also one of the games best-hitting catchers...
39. Jack Sonntag Jack Sonntag Production Manager, Peyton Place
40. Edwige Edwige Actress, Deux Ombres Edwige was one of the most famous Parisian nightlife models, late 70s early 80s. She was crowned "Queen of Punks" after appearing on the cover of "Façade" magazine with Andy Warhol, "The Pope of Pop," with whom she made her first trip to New York. He mentioned her in his "Diaries", photographed her...
41. Alan Deane Alan Deane Actor, Electroma
42. Jan de Hartog Jan de Hartog Writer, The Four Poster The son of a minister, de Hartog ran away to sea twice in his boyhood. Later, after attending the Netherlands Naval College, he went back to sea as a sailor. During this time he wrote detective stories and then a popular novel about tugboat crews titled "Holland's Glory". During the Nazi occupation he found sanctuary in a house in Amsterdam...
43. Joe McGuinn Joe McGuinn Actor, Holt of the Secret Service
44. Derek Ware Derek Ware Actor, Doctor Who
45. Christopher Stryker Christopher Stryker Actor, Hell High
46. Fong Pau Fong Pau Actor, The Legend of Drunken Master
47. Ursula Cavalcanti Ursula Cavalcanti Actress, Mamma
48. Juli Andelman Juli Andelman Actress, Mean Streets
49. Dickie Henderson Dickie Henderson Actor, The Dickie Henderson Show Dickie Henderson OBE was born in London on 30th October 1922. He played in Frank Lloyd's Hollywood version of Noel Coward's play, "Cavalade", at the age of 10. He was educated privately in Hollywood and London (at St.Joseph's College, Beulah Hill). He toured in music halls and appeared in several films with his famous father Dick Henderson (1891-1958)...
50. Ruth Roland Ruth Roland Actress, Reno Ruth Roland was, along with Pearl White, the queen of the early movie serials. She came from a show-business family, her father being a San Francisco theater manager and her mother a professional singer. Ruth made her acting debut at age 3-1/2, and soon became a professional actress and singer. Her parents divorced...
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