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1. Dr. Seuss Dr. Seuss Writer, Horton Hears a Who! Acclaimed writer Dr. Seuss was born Theodor Geisel in Springfield, Massachusetts on March 2, 1904. After attending Dartmouth College and Oxford University, he began a career in advertising. His advertising cartoons, featuring Quick, Henry, the Flit!, appeared in several leading American magazines. Dr...
2. Neil Hamilton Neil Hamilton Actor, General Hospital Neil Hamilton's show business career began when he secured a job as a shirt model in magazine ads. He became interested in acting and joined several stock companies. He got his first film role in 1918, but received his big break from D.W. Griffith in The White Rose. After performing in several more Griffith films...
3. Warren William Warren William Actor, Gold Diggers of 1933 Warren William, the stalwart leading man of pre-Production Code talkies, was born Warren William Krech on December 2, 1894 in Aitkin, Minnesota, the son of a newspaper publisher. William originally planned to become a journalist, but he had a change of heart, and instead went to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and trained to become an actor...
4. Lyle Bettger Lyle Bettger Actor, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral Handsome, blond-haired, steely-eyed villain in many film Westerns. He was never the grizzled outlaw, covered in trail dust. No, he was the immaculate-looking, "respectable" (but two-faced) dandy in silk damask vest, often puffing suavely on a cheroot, whose ashes he then might contemptuously flick in the hero's face...
5. Mark Frankel Mark Frankel Actor, Leon the Pig Farmer
6. Tommy Bond Tommy Bond Art Department, The Carol Burnett Show Thomas Ross Bond, best known as the bully Butch in the "Our Gang" comedies, was born September 16, 1926 in Dallas. He got his start at the age of 5 when a talent scout for Hal Roach studios approached him as he was leaving a movie theater with his mother. Moving from Dallas to L.A. Bond appeared in dozens of "Our Gang" and "Little Rascals" features before outgrowing the role...
7. Tom McBride Tom McBride Actor, Friday the 13th Part 2
8. Patsy Kelly Patsy Kelly Actress, Rosemary's Baby Patsy Kelly was born Bridget Sarah Veronica Rose Kelly on January 12, 1910, in Brooklyn, New York. She began performing in vaudeville when she was just twelve years old. Patsy worked with comedian Frank Fay and starred in several Broadway shows. She was discovered by producer Hal Roach who paired her with Thelma Todd in a series of comedy shorts...
9. Irene Dailey Irene Dailey Actress, Another World A well-rounded and well-respected actress of the stage, particularly on Broadway and London's West End, actress Irene Dailey was better known, however, as the annoyingly neurotic patrician Liz Matthews on daytime's Another World, a role that made her a household face, if not quite a name. The daughter of Daniel James (manager of the Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan) and Helen (Ryan) Dailey...
10. Tetsurô Tanba Tetsurô Tanba Actor, You Only Live Twice
11. Brooks Clift Brooks Clift Actor, Vice Girls Ltd.
12. Conway Wickliffe Conway Wickliffe Special Effects, The Dark Knight
13. Tim Choate Tim Choate Actor, Pearl Harbor Dallas-born Tim Choate thought of himself as a better theatrical performer than a screen actor. The University of Texas graduate had a good background in stagecraft, having performed on Broadway (including 3oo performances in the Pulitzer prize-winning 'Crimes of the Heart') and the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven...
14. Sam McDaniel Sam McDaniel Actor, Captains Courageous
15. Paul Mann Paul Mann Actor, Fiddler on the Roof
16. Sonia Sorel Sonia Sorel Actress, Harold and Maude
17. Sally Gray Sally Gray Actress, I Became a Criminal Lovely, statuesque actress Sally Gray, complete with husky voice and dumb blonde persona was born Constance Vera Stevens in London, England on February 14, 1916. In a career instigated by her ballerina mother, Sally began performing at age 10 in minstrel shows and was initially trained in dance and acting at the Fay Compton Studio of Dramatic Art...
18. Sarah Churchill Sarah Churchill Actress, Royal Wedding
19. Schlitze Schlitze Self, Freaks Schlitzie was a sideshow performer who was born with microcephaly, a neurological developmental disorder that that left him with an unusually small brain and pointed skull, a small stature (four feet tall), myopia and moderate to severe mental retardation. In the carnival circuit, oddities with this condition were billed as pinheads...
20. Mimi Weddell Mimi Weddell Actress, Hitch
21. Carl Laemmle Carl Laemmle Miscellaneous Crew, Frankenstein Laemmle, the father of Universal Pictures, was reputedly the most good-natured and least neurotic of the studio bosses. After immigrating to America in 1884, he spent the next decade at a series of dead-end jobs, mostly in Chicago, then worked for another 12 years at a dry-goods store in Oshkosh, Wisconsin...
22. Maria Franklin Gable Maria Franklin Gable Self, Starlit Days at the Lido
23. Bruno VeSota Bruno VeSota Actor, Dementia Tubby 5' 10 1/2" character actor Bruno VeSota had a remarkably long, varied and impressive career acting and directing in the mediums of stage, radio, movies and television. He was born Bruno William VeSota on March 25th, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois. He was the second of three sons born to Lithuanian immigrants Kasmir and Eleanora VeSota...
24. Kenji Misumi Kenji Misumi Director, Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance
25. Clive Morton Clive Morton Actor, Kind Hearts and Coronets
26. Judith Campbell Exner Judith Campbell Exner Self, Making of the Mob
27. Ruth Etting Ruth Etting Soundtrack, Road to Perdition Celebrated singing star of US stage, radio and recordings, she popularized the torch song "You Made Me Love You," among others. Etting appeared in numerous film shorts as well as three feature-length films of the early 1930's.
28. Padmini Padmini Actress, Jis Desh Men Ganga Behti Hai
29. Susan Atkins Susan Atkins Self, Episode dated 24 July 2010 Susan Atkins, a.k.a. Sadie Mae Glutz, is one of the more notorious members of the group of people that congregated around convicted mass-murder mastermind Charles Manson, a group tagged "The Family" by the mass media. Born Susan Denise Atkins on May 7, 1948 in San Gabriel, California, her mother died of cancer when she was 15...
30. Jean Cadell Jean Cadell Actress, Pygmalion Yet another underrated performer from the Golden Age of British films was Scottish-born character actress Jean Cadell. Jean commenced her professional stage career in 1906 with "The Inspector General" at the old Scala Theatre in the London borough of Camden. Via a stint with the Glasgow Repertory, she then made her way to Broadway (1911) and London (1912)...
31. Dorothy Meyer Dorothy Meyer Actress, Cobra A comedic mainstay on several sitcoms of the 1970s, she is best remembered for making a career out of playing wisecracking maids, neighbors, friends, nurses, and church ladies. The daughter of a Presbyterian minister, her childhood was spent on the Bible Belt where she appeared singing and acting in several religious themed productions...
32. Diane Erickson Diane Erickson Actress, Runaway Train
33. Humphrey Jennings Humphrey Jennings Director, Listen to Britain Humphrey Jennings, born in 1907, was a writer, set designer, painter, editor and, perhaps most famously, a director of ground-breaking documentary films for the renowned GPO film unit: Listen to Britain, Fires Were Started and A Diary for Timothy, films that changed the face of public service broadcasting. Throughout...
34. Virginia Valli Virginia Valli Actress, The Pleasure Garden Virginia got her start with a Milwaukee stock company and also did some film work with Essanay Studios in 1917 Chicago. Back in the theater, it would be 3 more years before she was brought out to Hollywood to act as leading lady to Bert Lytell. Virginia would continue to appear in films throughout the decade and she would be an established star at Universal by the mid 20's...
35. Michel Modo Michel Modo Actor, My Father's Glory
36. Carl Laemmle Jr. Carl Laemmle Jr. Producer, Frankenstein
37. Liz Ewart Liz Ewart Editor, Jackass: The Movie Elizabeth Marie Ewart, Also known as Liz Ewart, was born in Kingston, Jamaica on February 20, 1960. After graduating St. Andrews High School, she left Jamaica to attend Harvard University. Liz was a writer and a poet. She penned "This Woman's Journey: Learning the Lessons Men Have Tried to Teach Me"...
38. Sara Taft Sara Taft Actress, Death Ship
39. Sergio Bergonzelli Sergio Bergonzelli Director, Nelle pieghe della carne
40. Charles Reisner Charles Reisner Director, Steamboat Bill, Jr. Charles Reisner (also frequently billed as 'Riesner') started his professional life as a prizefighter. He then performed in vaudeville for ten years and eventually wound up writing lyrics for musical comedy on Broadway. After a spell under the auspices of impresario Charles B. Dillingham, Reisner moved to California in 1915...
41. Juan Gallardo Juan Gallardo Actor, La muerte tambien cabalga
42. Jeff Moss Jeff Moss Composer, Sesame Street Jeff Moss served as founding head-writer and composer/lyricist on CTW's (now Sesame Workshop's) Sesame Street. He won 15 Emmys for his work, and wrote the songs for four Grammy Award-winning records. His music and lyrics for The Muppets Take Manhattan earned him an Academy Award nomination. In addition, Moss helped create such beloved Muppet characters as Cookie Monster...
43. Françoise Sagan Françoise Sagan Writer, Heartbeat
44. Denver Mattson Denver Mattson Stunts, The Thing
45. Ted Adams Ted Adams Actor, Desert Phantom The son of vaudeville performers, Richard Theodore "Ted" Adams was part of his parents' troupe before attending Cornell University at the age of 18. After college he did stock work for three years before going to New York City and stage work there. For more than half his life he performed on the stage before coming to films around 1926...
46. Drew Bundini Brown Drew Bundini Brown Self, When We Were Kings
47. Patrick Quinn Patrick Quinn Actor, Anastasia
48. Thilakan Thilakan Actor, Ustad Hotel Probably the best actor India ever produced and one of the most versatile and gifted actor in the world. Thilakan was stubborn, uncompromising and very critical of the way lead heroes. But his actiing capabilities were well above a normal actor can think of. He is one of the few actors along with Jagathy Sreekumar whom movie industry didn't exploit well...
49. Mary Lawrence Mary Lawrence Actress, The Stratton Story
50. Kewpie Morgan Kewpie Morgan Actor, Three Ages
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