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1. Lizabeth Scott Lizabeth Scott Actress, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers Lizabeth Scott was born Emma Matzo on September 29, 1922 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the oldest of six children of Mary (Pennock) and John Matzo, who were Bohemian immigrants. Scott attended Marywood Seminary and the Alvienne School of the Theatre in New York City, where she adopted the stage name of "Elizabeth Scott." After doing a national tour of Hellzapoppin...
2. Christopher Jones Christopher Jones Actor, Ryan's Daughter Christopher Jones, was born William "Billy" Frank Jones on Monday, August 18th, 1941, in Jackson, Tennessee, the younger son of J.G. Jones, a grocery clerk, and his wife Robbie. Until Billy Frank was three years old, the Jones family lived in a small apartment over the grocery store that employed his father, J.G. Jones...
3. Moira Shearer Moira Shearer Actress, Peeping Tom Moira was born the daughter of Harold V. King in Dunfermline, Scotland. She was educated at Dunfermline High School, Ndola in Zambia (formerly Northern Rhodesia) and Bearsden Academy, Scotland. She received her professional training at the Mayfair School and The Nicholas Legat Studio. She made her debut in the International Ballet with 1941 and then danced at Sadler's Wells in 1942...
4. Lee Bergere Lee Bergere Actor, Dynasty Born in Brooklyn, Bergere began his career in 1936 as understudy to Danny Kaye in the Broadway production of "Lady in the Dark", with Gertrude Lawrence. His television debut was with James Dean in the live production of "Thunder on Sycamore Street". A World War II veteran, he was in charge of entertainment services for soldiers serving in North Africa...
5. Elizabeth Patterson Elizabeth Patterson Actress, Pal Joey A dainty but nevertheless feisty character actress, southern-bred Elizabeth Patterson started her career over her strict parent's objections and became a member of Chicago's Ben Greet Players, performing Shakespeare at the turn of the century. This followed college at Martin College where she studied music...
6. Samuel Goldwyn Samuel Goldwyn Producer, The Best Years of Our Lives Famed for his relentless ambition, bad temper and genius for publicity, Samuel Goldwyn became Hollywood's leading "independent" producer -- largely because none of his partners could tolerate him for long. Born Shmuel (or Schmuel) Gelbfisz, probably in 1879, in the Jewish section of Warsaw, he was the eldest of six children of a struggling used-furniture dealer...
7. Michael Tolan Michael Tolan Actor, All That Jazz Stage-trained actor Michael Tolan was born Seymour Tuchow on November 27, 1927, in Detroit, Michigan. During and following graduation from Wayne State University, he appeared in radio serials and in such classic theater productions as "Uncle Vanya," "Candida," "The Importance of Being Earnest," "Oedipus,"...
8. Ralph Manza Ralph Manza Actor, General Hospital
9. Clint Ritchie Clint Ritchie Actor, One Life to Live
10. Miklós Jancsó Miklós Jancsó Director, The Red and the White Miklos Jancsó was born in 1921 in Vac, Hungary. His mother Angela Poparada was Romanian and his father Sandor Jancsó Hungarian. Jancsó received a degree in Law from the University of Cluj-Napoca in 1944. After fighting in WWII and a brief period as a POW, he chose to join the Film and Theater Academy in Budapest...
11. Florence Bates Florence Bates Actress, Rebecca The American character actress, Florence Rabe, was the daughter of an antique store owner. She gained a degree in Mathematics from the University of Texas in 1906 and went on to a career in teaching and social work. She changed course after being persuaded by a friend to study law, and, passing her bar exam in 1914...
12. Leslie Carter Leslie Carter Actress, Shrek Leslie Barbara Carter was born on June 6, 1986 in Tampa, Florida in the family of Robert Gene Carter (aka Robert Carter) and his wife Jane Elizabeth Carter (née Spaulding) and become the third of five their children. Her parents were divorced in 2003 after more than 20 years of marriage. Leslie had an older brother Nick Carter (b...
13. Carolyn Mitchell Carolyn Mitchell Actress, The Cry Baby Killer Carolyn Mitchell was born Barabara Ann Thomason on January 25, 1937 in Phoenix, Arizona, to Don and Helen Thomason. While attending Emerson Elementary School in Phoenix, she became known as the prettiest girl in Phoenix. Her family moved to Inglewood, California in 1951, a part of Los Angeles, a mecca for beautiful and ambitious young woman desiring to be spotted...
14. Paul Regina Paul Regina Actor, Brothers
15. Frank London Frank London Actor, Peyton Place
16. Jimmy Noel Jimmy Noel Actor, Gunsmoke
17. Betty Barry Betty Barry Actress, The Adventures of Nellie Bly
18. Terry Wogan Terry Wogan Self, Wogan
19. Roger Pryor Roger Pryor Actor, 1,000 Dollars a Minute He was considered the "poor man's Clark Gable" at Universal and Columbia studios where he held long-term contracts during the 30s and 40s. The son of composer/band leader 'Arthur Pryor', mustachioed Roger Pryor had slick, roguish leading man looks that helped enable him to become a durable, if not exceptional...
20. Leonard Hirshan Leonard Hirshan Self, The National Leukemia Broadcast Council Honors Shirley Jones
21. Patricia Gage Patricia Gage Actress, American Psycho
22. George Abbott George Abbott Writer, The Pajama Game Legendary Broadway writer/producer/director George Abbott was born in 1887 in Forestville, New York. His father was mayor of Salamanca, New York, for two terms. In 1898 his family moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Abbott attended Kearney Military Academy. The family returned to New York, where Abbott attended Hamburg High School...
23. Charles E. Sellier Jr. Charles E. Sellier Jr. Producer, Encounters with the Unexplained Charles E. Sellier Jr. founder and president of Grizzly Adams Productions, Inc., was an acclaimed producer, writer and director in the independent film industry. Sellier skillfully pioneered market testing and "four-walling"--renting a theater to show his films, thereby enabling him to keep all the...
24. Karen Norris Karen Norris Actress, Pillow Talk
25. Wheaton Chambers Wheaton Chambers Actor, The Prowler Chambers was a prolific character actor that appeared in over 200 film and television productions during his long career. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but grew up in Freehold, New Jersey. Later he relocated to the San Francisco area, where he worked as a vacuum salesman. Beginning in the mid-1930s...
26. Daniel Mainwaring Daniel Mainwaring Writer, Out of the Past
27. A.A. Milne A.A. Milne Writer, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
28. Glenn Morris Glenn Morris Actor, Tarzan's Revenge Glenn Morris was the fourth Olympic athlete to play Tarzan. He was the 1936 decathlon champion and won the Sullivan Award (outstanding amateur athlete of the year) over the more famous Olympian Jesse Owens. Sol Lesser cast Morris for an independent Tarzan, filmed on Twentieth Century-Fox back lots...
29. Lowell Gilmore Lowell Gilmore Actor, The Picture of Dorian Gray
30. Archie Twitchell Archie Twitchell Actor, Young Bill Hickok
31. Tony Page Tony Page Actor, Prince of the City Tony Page began his movie career in 1970 landing his first supporting role as Tommy Trafler in the independent film, No Place To Hide(aka Rebel) along side with Sylvester Stallone's first feature. Tony then managed to get his Screen Actors Guild (SAG) card thanks to the help of the late Michael V. Gazzo (The Godfather Part II) with whom he did theater work in New York...
32. K.N. Singh K.N. Singh Actor, Awaara
33. Evelyn Scott Evelyn Scott Actress, Peyton Place Began her career as Los Angeles' first female disc jockey on radio station KMPC. The actress became a regular on Peyton Place which was based on a Grace Metalious novel and 1957 movie of the same title. Considered scandalous for its time, the show depicted the extramarital affairs, dark secrets and skulduggery of residents of a small New England town called Peyton Place...
34. Bert Williams Bert Williams Actor, The Usual Suspects
35. Giulio Petroni Giulio Petroni Director, Death Rides a Horse
36. Basil Dignam Basil Dignam Actor, Young Winston
37. Yves Allégret Yves Allégret Director, Les orgueilleux
38. Ancel Cook Ancel Cook Actor, Breakdown
39. Beth Amos Beth Amos Actress, Police Academy
40. Martin Benrath Martin Benrath Actor, Stalingrad
41. Milos Milos Milos Milos Actor, The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming
42. Eleanor Holm Eleanor Holm Actress, Tarzan's Revenge
43. Anna Gordy Gaye Anna Gordy Gaye Soundtrack, Elf
44. James Cardwell James Cardwell Actor, He Walked by Night Eager young James (aka Jimmy) Cardwell had an auspicious beginning and showed great promise in 1940s films. Dark-haired and thick-browed with an earnest, boyish look and set-jawed handsomeness that could remind someone of a John Garfield type, he couldn't have started off much better than by playing a young...
45. Oskar Fischinger Oskar Fischinger Director, Motion Painting No. 1
46. Phil Bondelli Phil Bondelli Director, CHiPs
47. Betty Ross Clarke Betty Ross Clarke Actress, Murders in the Rue Morgue This brown-haired, grey-eyed ingénue of the early 20's made her way to the screen via touring stock companies immediately upon completing her education. She was a vaudeville dancer, then had a small role on Broadway in 1917. Eventually, she would come to greater prominence on the London stage. During Betty's seven-year long absence from Hollywood (1924-31)...
48. Ed Parks Ed Parks Animation Department, Charlotte's Web Ed Parks was born to Edwin Rose Parks "the first" and Rosabel Mosley Parks of Waterbury, Connecticut. His father died in the 1919 flu epidemic, leaving Ed to be raised single-handedly by his mother, Rosabel (Rosa). He attended Driggs Grammar School in Waterbury, and developed an early talent for drawing...
49. Crackhead Bob Crackhead Bob Self, Private Parts
50. DeAnn Mears DeAnn Mears Actress, Presumed Innocent
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