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1. Patrick McGoohan Patrick McGoohan Actor, Braveheart Though born in America, Irish actor Patrick McGoohan rose to become the number-one British TV star in the 1950s to 1960s era. His parents moved to Ireland when he was very young and McGoohan acquired a neutral accent that sounds at home in British or American dialogue. He was an avid stage actor and...
2. Ted Demme Ted Demme Director, Blow
3. Joe Spinell Joe Spinell Actor, Rocky Joseph J. Spagnuolo was born on October 28, 1936 in Manhattan, New York City at his family's apartment on 2nd Avenue. Spinell was a tough guy on and off screen all his life. During his teen years, while still in high school, he acted in various plays on the New York stage, on and off Broadway, eventually earning a place in Joe Papp's Shakespeare Festival Theater...
4. Margaret Leighton Margaret Leighton Actress, The Go-Between British theatre actress Margaret Leighton made her classical stage debut at age 16. The daughter of a businessman, she joined the Old Vic Company under the direction of Laurence Olivier and Ralph Richardson and in the late 40s and 50s earned kudos for her theatrical endeavors on both the London and Broadway stages...
5. Ernie Kovacs Ernie Kovacs Actor, North to Alaska Hailed as a genius for his offbeat comedy style and changing much of the way comedy was played, Ernie Kovacs' life was cut short much too early. Born in Trenton, New Jersey, during his schooldays he hunted rabbits and pheasants by day and concocted mad potions with his chemistry set at night. Later...
6. Arthur Space Arthur Space Actor, The Spirit of St. Louis
7. Carol Wayne Carol Wayne Actress, The Party Carol was a beautiful comedienne who appeared as the "Matinee Lady" on the The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. She would come out during one of Carson's regular sketches known as "The Tea Time Movie." Carson played the lecherous character "Art Fern" who would make references to Carol's ample bosom. She played opposite Carson in over 100 sketches...
8. Michael Cuccione Michael Cuccione Actor, 2gether Michael James Cuccione was born in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada on January 5th, 1985, to Domenic and Gloria Cuccione. In 1994, when he was only 9 years old, he was diagnosed with 2A Hodgkin's Disease. He recovered from two bouts of the cancer, but was left with permanent damage to and around his heart and lungs due to the massive doses of treatment he received...
9. Stanley Caine Stanley Caine Actor, The Italian Job
10. Phillip Crosby Phillip Crosby Self, The Bob Hope Christmas Special
11. Donny Hathaway Donny Hathaway Soundtrack, The Intouchables
12. Elizabeth Kerr Elizabeth Kerr Actress, Frankie and Johnny
13. Morgan Jones Morgan Jones Actor, Forbidden Planet
14. Mark Herron Mark Herron Actor,
15. Bille Brown Bille Brown Actor, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader A Drama graduate of the University of Queensland, Bille Brown is a well-known Shakespearean actor. He began with the Queensland Theatre Company and, later, was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) in Strathford and London. While with the RSC, he was one of its few commissioned writers. Bille Brown AM has been recognised twice in the Australian Honours System...
16. Justine Johnston Justine Johnston Actress, Fatal Attraction
17. Teddy Pendergrass Teddy Pendergrass Soundtrack, The Nutty Professor
18. Buzz Kulik Buzz Kulik Director, Brian's Song After service in World War II, New York-born Buzz Kulik joined an advertising agency as a producer-director of TV commercials. After a few years he left the agency and became a television director during the period known as "The Golden Age of Television"; Kulik directed many episodes of such highly respected anthology series as Playhouse 90 and You Are There...
19. Wyatt Earp Wyatt Earp Actor, The Half-Breed Wyatt Earp was a lawman, gambler, businessman, saloon owner and gunfighter of great repute in the American West. He had been a police officer in Wichita, KS, and later in Dodge City, KS, during the mid-1870s, after which he became a shotgun rider with Wells Fargo. In Tombstone, AZ, in the wake of a stagecoach robbery...
20. Amando de Ossorio Amando de Ossorio Writer, Return of the Evil Dead He was born in 1918, although there isn't a consensus as some books date his birth in 1925. He was one of the main directors of the Spanish horror boom in the 70s, specially for his quartet of films about the living dead templars which started with Tombs of the Blind Dead.
21. Madan Puri Madan Puri Actor, Deewaar His debut film was Khazanchi 1941 in which he played a small role of co-cyclist in the song "Sawan Ke Nazare Hai" along with Jankidas, Ramola Devi & Manorama. The film was directed by Dalsukh M.Pancholi. Madan Lal Puri was born in 1915 in Lahore, Punjab, British India to S. Nihal Chanda Puri and Ved Kaur...
22. Marcel Camus Marcel Camus Director, Black Orpheus The work of Marcel Camus is characterized by a lyricism which, although central to his fine films of the 1950s and 60s - Fugitive in Saigon(aka: FUGITIVE IN SAIGON), Black Orpheus(aka:BLACK ORPHEUS) and Love in the Night - later deteriorated into superficial sentimentality. Camus was a professor of painting and sculpture before breaking into film as an assistant to Alexandre Astruc...
23. Frank Mazzola Frank Mazzola Actor, Rebel Without a Cause
24. James Joyce James Joyce Writer, The Dead Joyce was born at 41 Brighton Square, Rathgar, Dublin, on 2 February 1882. His father invested unwisely, and the family's fortunes declined steadily. Joyce graduated from University College, Dublin, in 1902; he briefly studied medicine in Paris, but his mother's impending death brought him back to Dublin...
25. Etta McDaniel Etta McDaniel Actress, Son of Dracula
26. Jimmy Hanley Jimmy Hanley Actor, The Blue Lamp Good-natured British actor Jimmy Hanley was groomed by the Rank Studio system during his teen years and earned stardom as the "boy next door" type in exuberant musicals and likeable comedies. He married actress Dinah Sheridan in 1942 and they appeared together in a number of featherweight war-era films...
27. Charlotte Holland Charlotte Holland Actress, Promise Her Anything
28. Robert Boon Robert Boon Actor, Deaths-Head Revisited
29. Caris Corfman Caris Corfman Actress, Funny Farm A former fellow Florida State University School of Theatre student during the mid-1970s, lovely, talented actress Caris Corfman suffered a tragic and debilitating reversal of fortunes in 1993. Diagnosed with a brain tumor, four operations to remove the benign mass left her with a severe and unrepairable disability...
30. Denise Grey Denise Grey Actress, The Party
31. Wilton Graff Wilton Graff Actor, Bloodlust!
32. Evelyne Kraft Evelyne Kraft Actress, Goliathon Strikingly lovely, sexy, and shapely Swiss blonde bombshell Evelyne Kraft was born on April 11, 1951 in the USSR. The statuesque stunner made her film debut as Eleonora in the enjoyable Italian giallo "The French Sex Murders." Evelyne achieved her greatest enduring cult cinema popularity with her memorable starring role as the innocent...
33. Richard Newton Richard Newton Producer, Concrete Cowboys
34. Jesse L. Lasky Jesse L. Lasky Miscellaneous Crew, Wings Lasky, one of the first pioneers of the Hollywood film industry and its first genuine 'mogul', was not only a consummate showman and entrepreneur, but a jack-of-all-trades. Born in San Francisco in September 1880, the son of a shoe salesman, he attended high school in San Jose and held down his first job at seventeen as a reporter for the San Francisco Post...
35. Joe Keaton Joe Keaton Actor, The General Joe Keaton and wife Myra were grade-Z vaudeville performers in the early 1900s. Their son Buster joined the act when he was only a few months old. The act was a rough-and-tumble one, with Buster being thrown around on stage most of the time. As the years went by, Joe Keaton became an alcoholic, which forced Buster to quit the act by the time he was a teenager...
36. Hellmut Lange Hellmut Lange Actor, Hitler: A Film from Germany Popular German television star from the 1960's to the 1980's, with long-standing experience in radio and on the stage. Lange trained at an acting school in Hannover between 1946 and 1948, subsequently making his stage debut at the Junges Theater in Munich, followed by an open-air Karl May revival in Stuttgart...
37. Don Blakely Don Blakely Actor, Pulp Fiction
38. Robert Kellard Robert Kellard Actor, Tex Granger: Midnight Rider of the Plains
39. Stephen Foster Stephen Foster Soundtrack, Batman
40. Wes Kenney Wes Kenney Producer, Days of Our Lives Harry Wesley Kenney Jr. was born in Dayton, Ohio. He graduated from Carnegie Tech (Mellon) and was hired in the 19050s by Dumont TV Network in New York as a director in an era where everything was live and shot with multiple cameras. He directed all genres, including dramas, kids shows, game shows, sports...
41. Eric Dodson Eric Dodson Actor, The Mirror Crack'd
42. Frank Shuster Frank Shuster Self, W.C. Fields
43. Mark Voland Mark Voland Actor, Someone to Watch Over Me
44. Ester Krumbachová Ester Krumbachová Costume Designer, Daisies
45. Harold Shipman Harold Shipman Self, Harold Shipman: Measuring Evil Dr. Harold Shipman was born the son of Vera and Harold Shipman. He was the middle of 3 children. His father was a lorry driver and his mother a home maker. In 1957 he studied at High Pavement grammar school (6th form). He was an avid rugby player as a child. His mother's lingering death from lung cancer in June 1963 had a profound effect on the psyche of young Harold...
46. Guy Gallo Guy Gallo Writer, Under the Volcano
47. Hubert H. Humphrey Hubert H. Humphrey Self, A Nation Builds Under Fire
48. Elvira Ríos Elvira Ríos Actress, When My Heart Calls
49. Helmut Weiss Helmut Weiss Director, The Punch Bowl
50. Norman Panama Norman Panama Writer, The Court Jester
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