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1. Rod Taylor Rod Taylor Actor, 101 Dalmatians Suave and handsome Australian actor who came to Hollywood in the 1950s, and built himself up from a supporting actor into taking the lead in several well-remembered movies. Arguably his most fondly remembered role was that as George (Herbert George Wells), the inventor, in George Pal's spectacular The Time Machine...
2. Trevor Howard Trevor Howard Actor, Gandhi The son of an insurance underwriter, who represented Lloyd's of London in Ceylon, Trevor Wallace Howard-Smith was born in Margate, Kent. He spent his early childhood globetrotting with his mother, frequently left in the care of strangers. After attending private school, he subsequently trained at RADA (due to his mother's insistence)...
3. Ingrid Thulin Ingrid Thulin Actress, Wild Strawberries Along with the legendary Bibi Andersson, Liv Ullmann, Eva Dahlbeck, and Harriet Andersson, icy blonde Ingrid Thulin became one of the preeminent Swedish femme stars of Ingmar Bergman's grim, emotional film masterpieces. Born in northern Sweden, she studied ballet as a child and attended the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm...
4. Richard Libertini Richard Libertini Actor, Awakenings Richard Libertini was born in E. Cambridge, Massachusetts, to parents who had come to America from southern Italy. Having grown up in a household where both Italian and English were spoken, he developed an ear for foreign accents. A facility he would later use to advantage on stage and in films. He graduated from Emerson College in Boston...
5. Avery Schreiber Avery Schreiber Actor, Robin Hood: Men in Tights His 1960s and 1970s partner on the comedy stage was Jack Burns, the slimmer, chatty, clean-cut, better-looking dunderhead. Avery Schreiber was the Oliver Hardy counterpart who bore the brunt of Burns' verbal drone. This rumpled, gap-toothed, hefty-sized master of the slow boil stood out among the crowd with his huge trademark walrus mustache...
6. Ray Dennis Steckler Ray Dennis Steckler Director, The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!?
7. David R. Ellis David R. Ellis Stunts, Scarface Began as child actor in Kurt Russell-Disney Films in 1974. Made the switch to the Stunt world following a successful career as a junior pro surfer. Born, bred, and continues to reside in Malibu. Many, many stunts later, David made the promotion to Stunt Coordinator in 1978 on Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Coordinating...
8. Susanne Cramer Susanne Cramer Actress, Widower with 5 Daughters Susanne apparently had a tumultuous private life. She married actor Hermann Nehlsen in 1956. Apparently that did not go well, as she tried to commit suicide twice in 1957 and was soon divorced. In 1958, she married actor Helmuth Lohner and was divorced five months later. She married Helmut a second time...
9. Robert Barrat Robert Barrat Actor, Captain Blood Robert Barrat pursued a stage career on Broadway from 1918 to 1932. He did sample a scant three silent movies starting in 1915, but returned to stage work. Barrat had a distinguished enough visage but also a well knit physique that would foretell a busy career in films with many featured character roles which he turned to in 1932...
10. Sarah Selby Sarah Selby Actress, Beyond the Forest
11. Huell Howser Huell Howser Writer, Visiting... with Huell Howser
12. Michel Auclair Michel Auclair Actor, The Day of the Jackal
13. Richard Hunt Richard Hunt Actor, The Muppet Show Richard Hunt did not have a face known to many -- his voice was known more than anything else. He was a major stronghold behind Jim Henson's "Muppets". 'Scooter', 'Janice', 'Sweetums' and a few others, were some of the "Muppets" that Richard was a performer and puppeteer of. He helped pave the way for Jim Henson and his company from the 1970s through the early 90s...
14. Greg Bronson Greg Bronson Actor, Inquisition
15. Jacqueline deWit Jacqueline deWit Actress, All That Heaven Allows
16. Frank Corsentino Frank Corsentino Actor, Up Your Alley
17. Run Run Shaw Run Run Shaw Producer, Blade Runner Run Run Shaw was born in Shanghai, China on October 4, 1907. He went into the filming industry with his brother, Runme Shaw, and established the Shaw Organization in 1926 and the Shaw Studios (formerly South Seas Film studio) in 1930. In 1967, Shaw established the famous Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) station in Hong Kong...
18. John Baer John Baer Actor, We're No Angels
19. Juan Rulfo Juan Rulfo Writer, El imperio de la fortuna Mexican writer who was important in the development of the "magic realism" school of Latin-American fiction. As a child growing up in the rural countryside, he witnessed the horrors of the later Cristero uprisings of 1926-29. His family of prosperous landowners lost a considerable fortune. When moved to Mexico City...
20. Charlotte Wynters Charlotte Wynters Actress, The Struggle After retiring from acting, Charlotte Wynters MacLane, divided her time between her home in LA and her cattle ranch in the Sierra Nevada foothills of Madera County, which she continued to own until her death in 1991.
21. Bob McFadden Bob McFadden Actor, Thundercats Bob McFadden was born in East Liverpool, Ohio in 1923, and got his first break singing and doing impersonations in a weekly talent show while stationed in Puerto Rico with the Navy during World War II. After leaving the Navy, he worked in a Pittsburgh steel mill, and got into show business as an opening act at hotels and nightclubs for the McGuire Sisters...
22. Joan Elan Joan Elan Actress, Darby's Rangers
23. Hugo Butler Hugo Butler Writer, Lassie Come Home Hugo Butler, the screenwriter, was born on May 4, 1914 in Calgary, Alberta, the son of a silent movie actor and screenwriter. Butler worked as a journalist and playwright before moving to Hollywood in 1937, where he established himself as a screenwriter. In 1940, he married actress and screenwriter Jean Rouverol...
24. Klaus Wennemann Klaus Wennemann Actor, Das Boot
25. Dorothy Wilson Dorothy Wilson Actress, The Age of Consent This quiet, dark-haired beauty began her brief 30s career promoted as the "secretary to the stars." Dorothy Wilson started life out in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 14, 1909, born to non-professionals. She herself demonstrated little interest in an acting career growing up. Following graduation she took various secretarial jobs in the Chicago area before moving to Los Angeles in 1930...
26. Fred Kohler Jr. Fred Kohler Jr. Actor, The Ten Commandments
27. Tere Velázquez Tere Velázquez Actress, Los jóvenes Blonde younger sister of Lorena Velázquez, Teresa Velázquez made her first film in 1957. Often cast as a frivolous young woman, she worked steadily on screen and theater with Alejandro Jodorowsky through the 1970s, then retired from acting for a number of years. She made a comeback and was working on the stage and on TV when stricken with cancer in 1996...
28. Naughtia Childs Naughtia Childs Actress, World's Luckiest Jock
29. Vittorio Mezzogiorno Vittorio Mezzogiorno Actor, Cerro Torre: Schrei aus Stein
30. Lyndon Brook Lyndon Brook Actor, Reach for the Sky A distinguished stage and screen actor, Lyndon Brook was the son of the silent British film star Clive Brook, and the actress, Mildred Evelyn. His elder sister, Faith Brook, is one of Britain's best known stage and TV actresses. Brook was best-known to cinema-goers of the 1950s and 60s for...
31. Bimal Roy Bimal Roy Director, Madhumati
32. Charles C. Wilson Charles C. Wilson Actor, It Happened One Night
33. Andrew Marton Andrew Marton Director, King Solomon's Mines Budapest-born Endre Marton began in the film industry as an editor and assistant director with Vita and Sascha Films in Vienna. Following a brief sojourn in Hollywood with Ernst Lubitsch in 1923, he returned to Germany, having being signed as chief editor by the Tobis company. He made his directorial debut with an independently produced British mystery...
34. William H. Clothier William H. Clothier Cinematographer, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Began working in film in 1923 as assistant cameraman. Worked in Mexico, Spain, served in Army Air Corps in WWII after which he returned to Hollywood.
35. Jimmy O'Dea Jimmy O'Dea Actor, Darby O'Gill and the Little People
36. Ted Tetzlaff Ted Tetzlaff Cinematographer, Notorious Ted Tetzlaff was born in 1903 in Los Angeles, the son of racecar driver and movie stuntman Teddy Tetzlaff, Sr. The elder Tetzlaff appeared in a number of silent star Wallace Reid's famous racing movies like The Roaring Road (1919), Double Speed (1920), Excuse My Dust (1920), Too Much Speed (1921) and Across the Continent (1922)...
37. Madame Spivy Madame Spivy Actress, The Manchurian Candidate
38. Michael Mills Michael Mills Producer, Get Some In!
39. Khan Bonfils Khan Bonfils Actor, Skyfall
40. Richard Kollmar Richard Kollmar Self, Who's the Boss?
41. Tadeusz Konwicki Tadeusz Konwicki Writer, Lawa. Opowiesc o 'Dziadach' Adama Mickiewicza
42. Daniele Vargas Daniele Vargas Actor, Cemetery Without Crosses
43. Jim Zulevic Jim Zulevic Actor, Matchstick Men
44. Larry Grayson Larry Grayson Self, Larry Grayson Born William White in 1923 to unmarried parents, Grayson was adopted into a coal mining family in Nuneaton. By the age of 14, he was working under the name of Billy Breen as a supporting drag act on the comedy club circuit, and over the next thirty years he toured the UK not only in male revues and drag shows, but also in variety shows...
45. Kitty Kallen Kitty Kallen Self, The Easter Seal Teleparade of Stars
46. Monty Banks Monty Banks Actor, Chasing Choo Choos Monty Banks was a short, stocky but somehow debonair Italian-born comic actor, later also writer and director. In the US from 1914, he first appeared on stage in musical comedy and cabaret. By 1917 he was working as a dancer in New York's Dominguez Cafe. After this he turned to films, acting and doing stunt work at Keystone...
47. Sarah Edwards Sarah Edwards Actress, It's a Wonderful Life
48. Marilyn Schreffler Marilyn Schreffler Actress, Fatal Attraction
49. Nikola Tesla Nikola Tesla
50. David Goodis David Goodis Writer, Dark Passage
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