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1. Sarah Danielle Goldberg Sarah Danielle Goldberg Actress, Jurassic Park III Sarah Danielle Madison was born in Chicago, Illinois. She was a 1992 graduate of Latin School of Chicago, the alma mater of Nancy Reagan, Bob Balaban, Brendan Baber, Crispin Freeman, Clark Freeman and Cassidy Freeman. She attended Amherst College and graduated in 1996. A talented scientist...
2. Clara Bow Clara Bow Actress, Wings Clara Gordon Bow, destined to become THE flapper of the 1920's, was born and raised in poverty in Brooklyn, New York, on July 29, 1905. Her family was also beset with violence. Her mother tried to slit Clara's throat when she attempted to enter the film industry. She won a photo beauty contest which launched her movie career that would eventually number 58 films...
3. Donald O'Connor Donald O'Connor Actor, Singin' in the Rain Born into a vaudeville family, O'Connor was the youthful figure cutting a rug in several Universal musicals of the 1940s. His best-known musical work is probably Singin' in the Rain, in which he did an impressive dance that culminated in a series of backflips off the wall. O'Connor was also effective in comedic lead roles, particularly as the companion to Francis the Talking Mule in that film series.
4. Phyllis Davis Phyllis Davis Actress, Knight of the Phoenix: Part 1 Phyllis Davis grew up in Nederland, Texas. She lived on the second floor of her parents' mortuary business. Phyllis and her two younger brothers had to be very quiet upstairs during services because the floors would creak. Phyllis attended Lamar College briefly, then went to Los Angeles in the mid-'60s to pursue a career in show business...
5. Herbert Lom Herbert Lom Actor, Spartacus Born September 11, 1917, Herbert Lom made his film debut in the Czech film Zena pod krízem and played supporting and, occasionally, lead roles. His career picked up in the 1940s and he played, among other roles, Napoleon Bonaparte in The Young Mr. Pitt (and, again, in War and Peace). In a rare starring role...
6. Willis Bouchey Willis Bouchey Actor, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance American character actor primarily of pompous or officious types, long a favorite supporting player for John Ford. Bouchey was born in or near Vernon, Michigan but raised by his mother and stepfather in the state of Washington. He entered films in 1951 at the age of 44 and quickly became a familiar (if unnameable) fixture in movies and television. He died in 1977.
7. Lloyd Nolan Lloyd Nolan Actor, Hannah and Her Sisters It would no doubt be a real shock to most people to discover that the rich baritone Bronx-like accent of great veteran character actor Lloyd Nolan was a product of the San Francisco streets--not the urban jungle of New York City. Nolan was born in the City by the Bay, and his father, James Nolan, was a successful shoe manufacturer of hard-working Irish stock...
8. Robert Montgomery Robert Montgomery Producer, Harvest As a child, Robert Montgomery enjoyed a privileged life, as his father was the president of the New York Rubber Co. When he died, the fortune was gone and Robert worked at a number of jobs. He later went to New York to be a writer, and on the advice of a friend tried acting. He worked with George Cukor on the stage and his first film...
9. Sally Menke Sally Menke Editor, Pulp Fiction
10. Jay Robinson Jay Robinson Actor, Dracula Character actor Jay Robinson owned a pair of the narrowest, cruelest-looking eyes in 1950s Hollywood. To compliment them was an evil-looking sneer, crisp and biting diction and a nefarious-sounding cackle. These were all draped upon a lean, bony physique that could slither about menacingly like a ready-to-pounce cobra...
11. Oona Chaplin Oona Chaplin Thanks, Chaplin Oona O'Neil was the daughter of famed playwright Eugene O'Neill and socialite Agnes Boulton. Oona had a fairly happy childhood, although she rarely saw her busy father. During her teens Oona attended boarding school in New York where she met Gloria Vanderbilt and Carol Marcus, and in 1941 Oona was named one of the most sought-after débutantes of the social season...
12. Shawn Phelan Shawn Phelan Actor, Toy Soldiers
13. Gracie Fields Gracie Fields Soundtrack, Chicken Run A comedienne and singer in the British Music Halls, she was the top box-office draw and the highest paid actress in Britain in the 1930's. Her Northern, working-class girl character was a favourite during the inter-war years.
14. David Croft David Croft Writer, 'Allo 'Allo!
15. Robert Hyatt Robert Hyatt Actor, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Robert "Bobby" Hyatt appeared in his first motion picture at six months old when Cary Grant picked him out of a group of babies at MGM. That was the beginning of an acting career that kept him busy for the next 25 years, giving him a solid background of experience to move behind the camera as a writer and director...
16. Cliff Burton Cliff Burton Soundtrack, Zombieland Clifford Lee Burton was born on February 10, 1962 in Castro Valley, California. As a youngster he always liked music, listening to genres such as blues, classical, country and jazz, and he even liked the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He loved all kinds of music, and when he attended college he became educated in music theory...
17. Tuncel Kurtiz Tuncel Kurtiz Actor, The Edge of Heaven Tuncel Kurtiz was born in 1936, Izmit-Turkey. He graduated from Istanbul University, English Language and Literature and started acting in 1956 with Dormen Theatre. With the movie 'Suru', he reached the peak of his acting career. Kurtiz received many awards in Turkey and also abroad. He also known as director, producer and scenarist.
18. Mark Frechette Mark Frechette Actor, Zabriskie Point Frechette died in prison after robbing a bank. His acting debut was in Michelangelo Antonioni's controversial exploration of turbulent 1970 America, Zabriskie Point. As Antonioni toured the U.S., experiencing cultural clash firsthand and shooting background footage, a talent scout saw Frechette, a carpenter...
19. Henri Pachard Henri Pachard Director, Taboo American Style 1: The Ruthless Beginning
20. Ben Carruthers Ben Carruthers Actor, Shadows
21. Helen Cherry Helen Cherry Actress, Flipper's New Adventure Although her career was somewhat eclipsed by that of her internationally-renowned husband/actor Trevor Howard, blue-eyed, reddish-haired, patrician-looking actress Helen Cherry valiantly managed a long and enviable career throughout on stage, film and TV reputation. Born Helen Mary Cherry on November 24...
22. Keith Prentice Keith Prentice Actor, The Boys in the Band Keith Prentice is probably best remembered for his role in Boys in the Band, a film whose title makes it sound like a musical, but in fact it was a dark, mostly negative portrayal of a group of gay men living in the 1960s, and it was anything but upbeat (and was not a musical at all). However, earlier in his career, the handsome actor built an impressive resume of musical roles...
23. A.C. Lyles A.C. Lyles Self, Life Is a Dream in Cinema: Pola Negri
24. Fay Helm Fay Helm Actress, The Wolf Man Hollywood exerted an early fascination for brunette Fay Helm. She had done some acting as a child in school plays and then at regional theatres. In 1934, Fay made her way from Bakersfield to Paramount Studios, where she was signed by (then) independent producer B.P. Schulberg. Unfortunately for her...
25. Stacy Webb Stacy Webb Miscellaneous Crew, Camp: Part 1
26. Ring Lardner Ring Lardner Writer, Champion
27. Fred Coby Fred Coby Actor, Don Ricardo Returns
28. Ron Marquette Ron Marquette Actor, Public Access
29. Daniel Boulanger Daniel Boulanger Writer, That Man from Rio
30. Bruce Seton Bruce Seton Actor, Whisky Galore Tall, serious-looking British character actor, formerly a graduate of Edinburgh Academy and Sandhurst. He was a member of the Black Watch, but resigned his commission in 1932 to join the chorus of the Drury Lane Theatre as a specialty dancer. He later turned to films, usually acting in small supporting roles in which he invariably projected an air of confidence and authority...
31. Stanley Waxman Stanley Waxman Actor, Zombies of the Stratosphere
32. Margot Mahler Margot Mahler Actress, Der Spitzbubenhof
33. John Calvert John Calvert Actor, Dark Venture
34. Fritz Manes Fritz Manes Producer, Pale Rider
35. Mark Daly Mark Daly Actor, The Ghost Goes West
36. Jane Vallis Jane Vallis Actress, Picnic at Hanging Rock
37. Bruni Löbel Bruni Löbel Actress, The Big Lift
38. Erik Wedersøe Erik Wedersøe Actor, The Idiots
39. Deirdre O'Brien Deirdre O'Brien Actress, The Snapper Raised by a former Catholic Nun, Deirdre O'Brien came to Hollywood during the mid 1990s from San Carlos, California. Deirdre briefly attended UC Riverside but did not graduate. She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. In 1996 she became a member of the Screen Actors Guild and primarily worked as a Background Actor in feature film...
40. Vincent Barbi Vincent Barbi Actor, A Woman Under the Influence
41. Robert McKimson Robert McKimson Director, The Pink Panther Show Robert McKimson was born on October 13, 1910. He started his career in animation, along with many others, as an artist for Walt Disney's Oswald the Rabbit in 1928. After Disney went to produce Mickey Mouse cartoons, Hugh Harman & Rudolph Ising went to Warner Brothers to direct and co-produce cartoon shorts...
42. Aimee Semple McPherson Aimee Semple McPherson Actress, The Voice of Hollywood No. 9
43. James R. Webb James R. Webb Writer, Cape Fear
44. Baby Face Nelson Baby Face Nelson Uncategorised Lester M. Gilis, aka "Baby Face Nelson," began his crime career at an early age in a street gang in the Chicago slums. He was given the nickname "Baby Face" by his gang members because he looked much younger than he actually was (14). His specialty was car theft, bootlegging and armed robbery. He spent several years in prison on auto theft and bank robbery charges...
45. Mahendra Kapoor Mahendra Kapoor Music Department, Amar Akbar Anthony
46. Tino Rossi Tino Rossi Soundtrack, A Good Year Tino Rossi broke into films in 1934 with Moscow Nights but his first real success came with Marinella. All his films were musicals and capitalised on his success as a singer. It is during the Occupation of France by the Germans that his film career reached its peak, notably with Mon amour est près de toi and L'île d'amour...
47. Rose Stradner Rose Stradner Actress, The Keys of the Kingdom Pretty, soulful-eyed Austrian actress Rose Stradner was a rising 30s ingénue on the Viennese stage and in a few German film romances and musicals when MGM mogul Louis B. Mayer, who was in Europe searching for exotic talent, discovered Rose. Along with Greer Garson, Ilona Massey and Hedy Lamarr...
48. Arthur Christiansen Arthur Christiansen Miscellaneous Crew, The Day the Earth Caught Fire
49. Kathleen Myers Kathleen Myers Actress, Go West
50. Willem van de Sande Bakhuyzen Willem van de Sande Bakhuyzen Director, Cloaca
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