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1. Richard Crenna Richard Crenna Actor, The Real McCoys Richard Donald Crenna was born in Los Angeles, California, into a modest-income family, the only child of Edith J. (Pollette) and Domenick Anthony Crenna, a pharmacist. His parents were both of Italian descent. His mother managed a small hotel in downtown Los Angeles, where Richard and his family resided...
2. Barbara Britton Barbara Britton Actress, One Life to Live Radiant to a tee, well-coiffed and well-dressed Barbara Britton looked like she stepped out of a magazine when she entered into our homes daily as the 'Revlon Girl' on 50s and 60s TV. She sparkled with the best of them and managed to capture that "perfect wife/perfect mother" image with, well, perfect poise and perfect grace...
3. Noble Willingham Noble Willingham Actor, Walker, Texas Ranger Noble Willingham has appeared in more than 30 feature films, including Up Close & Personal, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Chinatown, Good Morning, Vietnam, City Slickers, City Slickers II, and The Distinguished Gentleman. He was born in the small town of Mineola, Texas, east of Dallas. After graduating from North Texas State College...
4. Virginia Mayo Virginia Mayo Actress, White Heat Virginia Clara Jones was born on November 30, 1920 in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of a newspaper reporter and his wife. The family had a rich heritage in the St. Louis area: her great-great-great-grandfather served in the American Revolution and later founded the city of East Saint Louis, Illinois...
5. Allan Melvin Allan Melvin Actor, The Phil Silvers Show
6. Doodles Weaver Doodles Weaver Actor, The Birds Well-remembered at Stanford for his many pranks and practical jokes. Was an occasional guest on Rudy Vallee radio program and Kraft Music Hall in the late 1930s and early 40s. Performed in clubs nationwide. He specialized in manic comic sports narrations, often using his friends' names as characters...
7. Rochelle Hudson Rochelle Hudson Actress, Rebel Without a Cause From ingenue to leading lady to character actress, she appeared in Hollywood films from the early 30s through the late 60s.
8. Robert F. Chew Robert F. Chew Actor, The Wire
9. Faten Hamama Faten Hamama Actress, Doa al karawan Faten Hamama (known as "The Lady of the Arabic Screen") has become an icon and the most important actress of Egyptian and Arabic cinema. She is also the most honored actress in the Middle East. Every decade of her life represents a new era of acting and witnessed the reshaping and progression of Egyptian cinema...
10. Fritzi Burr Fritzi Burr Actress, Chinatown
11. Queenie Leonard Queenie Leonard Actress, Alice in Wonderland Pearl Walker (Queenie Leonard), actress and singer was born on 7 April 1905. She had already amassed 20 years of stage and screen experience when, in 1941, she made the first of more than 30 Hollywood films. She also appeared in cabaret in England and in the United States, starred in a one-woman show...
12. Andrew Tourell Andrew Tourell Actor, Waiting for God
13. Donald Harron Donald Harron Actor, Hee Haw
14. Jo de Winter Jo de Winter Actress, Dirty Harry
15. Greg Plitt Greg Plitt Actor, Terminator Salvation
16. Trine Michelsen Trine Michelsen Actress, Idioterne
17. Susanna Foster Susanna Foster Actress, Phantom of the Opera Susanna Foster was brought to Hollywood at the age of 12 by MGM, who sent her to school and groomed her for a singing and acting career.Two of her classmates in school were Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland. Oddly enough, MGM never used her, and she was signed by Paramount in 1939, where she made The Great Victor Herbert...
18. Suchitra Sen Suchitra Sen Actress, Aandhi
19. Bobby Fischer Bobby Fischer Self, Searching for Bobby Fischer Bobby Fischer was the greatest American chess player in history and might have been the most talented chess player ever to play the game. His career and legacy were marred by eccentricities that developed into what likely was full-blown mental illness that made him an exile from his country of birth that he represented in the greatest proxy battle of the Cold War and from the game he loved...
20. Fred J. Lincoln Fred J. Lincoln Director, Battling Bitches Fred J. Lincoln was born Frederick Joseph Piantadosi in January 1936. He grew up in the Hell's Kitchen slum neighborhood of New York City. He is widely credited with helping to start the hardcore porn scene in his native New York in the early 1970s, His career spanned four decades in the adult entertainment business...
21. Andy Griffith Jr. Andy Griffith Jr. Producer, Dying Game
22. William Margold William Margold Actor, World of Sexual Fantasy William Margold was born on October 2, 1943 in Washington, D.C. Margold was the son of Nathan Margold, who was a Harvard Law School graduate who served as the Solicitor General of the Department of Interior under President Harry S. Truman. William attended Alexander Hamilton High School in West Los...
23. Roy Garber Roy Garber Thanks, Shipping Wars
24. George Keymas George Keymas Actor, The Other Side of Midnight
25. Joyce Mathews Joyce Mathews Actress, Boy Trouble
26. Dorothy Alison Dorothy Alison Actress, See No Evil
27. Hugo Fregonese Hugo Fregonese Director, Old Shatterhand
28. George Rigaud George Rigaud Actor, Horror Express
29. Philip Bond Philip Bond Actor, The Onedin Line
30. Leela Mishra Leela Mishra Actress, Sholay
31. Ray Stark Ray Stark Producer, Steel Magnolias
32. Mack Gray Mack Gray Actor, Whistle Stop
33. Evelyn Nesbit Evelyn Nesbit Actress, Thou Shalt Not Ms. Nesbit, artists' model and chorus girl, was at the heart of what at the time was known as the Crime of the Century. Her abusive husband, Pittsburgh million-heir Harry Thaw, murdered 52-year old architect and socialite Stanford White (of the firm McKim, Mead, and White), who had taken advantage of...
34. Aram Avakian Aram Avakian Editor, Jazz on a Summer's Day
35. Robert Lyden Robert Lyden Actor, Rocky Jones, Space Ranger
36. Evadne Baker Evadne Baker Actress, The Sound of Music
37. Tomaso Albinoni Tomaso Albinoni Soundtrack, Manchester by the Sea Albinoni was a prolific composer, although little of his music has remained well known today. He was influential in the development of the instrumental concerto, especially for solo violin. He was the son of a wealthy paper merchant in Venice, and chose to lead life as a dilettante rather than seek employment with church or court.
38. Fernando Guillén Fernando Guillén Actor, All About My Mother
39. Albert Henderson Albert Henderson Actor, Leaving Las Vegas
40. Richard Boleslawski Richard Boleslawski Director, Les Misérables Inventing a stage name "Boleslawski" (later spelled also "Boleslavsky"), young Pole Boleslaw Ryszard Srzednicki left his second home (Odessa, Russian Empire) to study theatre and train as an actor at the world-famous Moscow Art Theatre before and during WW I. He also acted in a few early Russian films...
41. Robert Wyler Robert Wyler Writer, The Big Country
42. Erich Segal Erich Segal Writer, Love Story
43. Basil Hoskins Basil Hoskins Actor, Emergency-Ward 10 A popular British film actor, Basil Hoskins also had a distinguished career on the London stage appearing opposite such stars as Vivien Leigh (in "Duel of Angels" [1958]) and Alec Guinness (in Terence Rattigan's "Ross" [1960]) and had a long run in the musical "Applause" opposite Lauren Bacall (1971)...
44. T.H. White T.H. White Writer, The Sword in the Stone T. H. White was born in India, where his father was a member of the Indian Civil Service, and was educated at Cheltenham and Queen's College, Cambridge. He was an English master at Stowe School from 1930 to 1936, and while there, completed his first real critical success, England Have My Boneswhich was an autobiographical account of his country life...
45. Dino Meminger Dino Meminger Actor, Living Single
46. Arthur V. Johnson Arthur V. Johnson Actor, The Sealed Room
47. Raf Baldassarre Raf Baldassarre Actor, The Great Silence
48. Louise Martini Louise Martini Actress, Die endlose Nacht
49. Piet Römer Piet Römer Actor, Baantjer
50. Emma Kelly Emma Kelly Self, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Emma Kelly, the "Lady of 6,000 Songs" made famous by the book "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." John Berendt, author of the 1994 book that was made into a motion picture, devoted an entire chapter to the singer and pianist, describing Kelly as a teetotaling Baptist who played cocktail lounges Saturday nights and Sunday schools on Sunday mornings...
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