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1. Yvonne De Carlo Yvonne De Carlo Actress, Munster Masquerade Yvonne De Carlo was born Margaret Yvonne Middleton on September 1, 1922 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She was three when her father abandoned the family. Her mother turned to waitressing in a restaurant to make ends meet--a rough beginning for an actress who would, one day, be one of Hollywood's elite...
2. Pat Buttram Pat Buttram Actor, Back to the Future Part III The son of a circuit-riding Methodist preacher in rural Alabama, Pat Buttram became one of America's best-known comic entertainers. He left Alabama a month before his 18th birthday to attend the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. An announcer from radio station WLS was on hand to interview members of the crowd and settled on Pat as a typical visitor from the South...
3. Terry-Thomas Terry-Thomas Actor, Robin Hood One of Britain's most beloved eccentric comedians, the irrepressible, gap-toothed Terry-Thomas was born Thomas Terry Hoar Stevens in Lichfield Grove, Finchley. He was the son of Ellen Elizabeth (Hoar) and Ernest Frederick Stevens, a fairly well-to-do London businessman. He was afforded a private education at Ardingly College in Sussex...
4. Kenneth McMillan Kenneth McMillan Actor, Amadeus Character actor Kenneth McMillan was born on July 2, 1932 in Brooklyn, New York. Prior to becoming an actor, McMillan was a manager at Gimbels Department Store. At age 30, McMillan decided to pursue an acting career. He attended the LaGuardia High School for Performing Arts and took acting lessons from Uta Hagen and Irene Dailey...
5. Reta Shaw Reta Shaw Actress, Mary Poppins Reta Shaw is best known to television audiences as Hope Lange's housekeeper in the TV series The Ghost & Mrs. Muir. Disney fans will remember her as one of the singing domestics in the Oscar-winning masterpiece Mary Poppins. While she never achieved stardom as a leading lady, she earned her place as a solid supporting player in a variety of popular...
6. Don Galloway Don Galloway Actor, General Hospital Born July 27, 1937 in Brooksville, Kentucky. He was married to Linda Galloway [divorced], the former Linda Robinson, and had two daughters. Their names are Tracy and Jennifer. Married the second time to Linda Marie, he has two stepchildren: Sheila and Robert. He also has one brother. Education, University of Kentucky-Fine arts...
7. Anthony Dawson Anthony Dawson Actor, Dr. No Long-faced, emaciated-looking character actor with a thin mustache and an impeccable English accent, Anthony Dawson was typecast in a variety of villainous roles in the 1950s and 1960s. The Edinburgh-born Dawson made his greatest impact in the Alfred Hitchcock classic Dial M for Murder. He was excellent as Lesgate...
8. Matthew 'Stymie' Beard Matthew 'Stymie' Beard Actor, Jezebel
9. Badja Djola Badja Djola Actor, Mississippi Burning
10. Bert Hicks Bert Hicks Actor, Once More, My Darling
11. Harvey Miller Harvey Miller Writer, Private Benjamin Harvey was born as Harvey Skolnik. He grew up in Plainfield, New Jersey. Harvey started his career in New York City as comedienne Sandy Baron's manager. Harvey furthered his career by working with his close longtime friends: Garry Marshall, Penny Marshall, Albert Brooks, James L. Brooks and Jerry Belson...
12. John Dierkes John Dierkes Actor, Shane Tall and gaunt American character actor prominent in a number of classic American films. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, he attended Brown University and subsequently went to work as an economist for the United States Department of State. In 1941, he joined the American Red Cross and served in Great Britain during the war...
13. John Gregson John Gregson Actor, Pursuit of the Graf Spee A former telephone engineer who dabbled in amateur dramatics, John Gregson served aboard a minesweeper with the Royal Navy during World War II. After demobilisation, he joined the Liverpool Old Vic, making his stage debut in 'The Knight of the Burning Pestle'. Freshly married, he moved to London and...
14. Jack Prince Jack Prince Actor, The County Nurse Jack Prince, whose birth name was John Upchurch, was trained in singing at an early age. Prince appeared on Broadway in the 1950s in main and understudy/replacement roles in at least three musicals: "Guys and Dolls" (1950-1953), as "Nicely Nicely Johnson", "Lil' Abner" (1956-1958) as "Marryin' Sam", and "Destry Rides Again" (1959-1960) as Tom Destry's sidekick "Wash"...
15. John Hargreaves John Hargreaves Actor, Long Weekend John Hargreaves was the quintessential Australian man. An actor of sparkling, biting wit, he once said he would easily give up his remarkable career if it ever bored him, in favor of metallurgy because it was something that always interested him. Despite his lengthy list of credits in his home country...
16. Anthony Warde Anthony Warde Actor, Buck Rogers
17. Padma Atluri Padma Atluri Writer, The Menaissance
18. Grégoire Aslan Grégoire Aslan Actor, The Return of the Pink Panther
19. Juan Piquer Simón Juan Piquer Simón Writer, Extra Terrestrial Visitors Juan Piquer Simon (who goes by "J.P. Simon" on foreign releases) resides in Madrid, Spain, where he has produced and directed "exploitation" pictures for two decades running. He owns his own studio and creates and/or designs many of the impressive special effects sequences you see in any of his many imaginative undertakings...
20. Boyd 'Red' Morgan Boyd 'Red' Morgan Actor, Foxy Brown
21. Ron Goodwin Ron Goodwin Composer, Where Eagles Dare Ron Goodwin was born on 17th February 1925 in Plymouth. He was the son of a London policeman who was detached to the harbour-town. His mother felt that piano lessons would be a good pastime, so in his fifth year, the little Ron was hoisted onto a piano-stool and his education on this instrument began. Ron himself was at that time not really convinced about that parental ambition...
22. Wesley Ruggles Wesley Ruggles Director, I'm No Angel The younger brother of Hollywood character player Charles Ruggles, Wesley spent most of his early years in San Francisco. He attended university there, began a lengthy apprenticeship in stock and musical comedy, and then joined Keystone in Hollywood as an actor in 1914. Moving on to Essanay a year later...
23. Woody Chambliss Woody Chambliss Actor, The Devil's Rain
24. Robert Bice Robert Bice Actor, It! The Terror from Beyond Space
25. Don Brodie Don Brodie Actor, Second Chorus
26. Zbigniew Cybulski Zbigniew Cybulski Actor, Ashes and Diamonds Won international fame with the leading role of Maciek Chelmicki in Andrzej Wajda's Ashes and Diamonds. He created a character which was imitated not only in Poland; often compared with James Dean. Graduated from the Higher State School of Acting in Cracow; also studied journalism. From 1953 to 1960 worked with Wybrzeze Theatre...
27. Peter Adams Peter Adams Actor, Midnight Lace
28. Lee Dixon Lee Dixon Soundtrack, Angel and the Badman
29. Norah Holland Norah Holland Self, The Unforgettable Joan Sims
30. Charles Brown Charles Brown Actor, All My Children
31. Norbert Schiller Norbert Schiller Actor, The Man in the Glass Booth
32. Dudley Foster Dudley Foster Actor, Term of Trial
33. Gérard Buhr Gérard Buhr Actor, A View to a Kill
34. Tony Halme Tony Halme Actor, Die Hard: With a Vengeance
35. Christopher Trumbo Christopher Trumbo Writer, Brannigan
36. Boris Barnet Boris Barnet Director, The Patriots
37. Gale Page Gale Page Actress, Knute Rockne All American Born to non-professional parents R.L. and Isabel Rutter in Spokane, Washington, pretty Sally Rutter changed her name to Gale Page and became a brief fixture in films playing primarily wholesome brunettes. A one-time radio actress and singer with Ted Weems' Orchestra, Gale was spotted for films by Warner Bros...
38. Peter Donaldson Peter Donaldson Actor, The Sweet Hereafter
39. Bob Perry Bob Perry Actor, The Long Voyage Home
40. Carl Ottosen Carl Ottosen Actor, Soldaterkammerater på sjov
41. Lois Corbett Lois Corbett Actress, Don Breaks Leg
42. Bong Soo Han Bong Soo Han Miscellaneous Crew, Billy Jack Grand Master Bong Soo Han was the world's foremost practitioner of Hapkido, and is referred to as the "Father of Hapkido" in the Western World. As one of the original senior students to the Founder of Hapkido, Yong Sul Choi, he led a dedicated effort in the development of Hapkido as it is known today...
43. Dave Thomas Dave Thomas Self, History on a Bun Born during the Depression to a dirt-poor single mother in Atlantic City. New Jersey, Dave Thomas was adopted as an infant by a traveling construction worker and his wife. Moving out on his own at age 15, Thomas held a succession of jobs in the food industry, starting out as a busboy and working his way up...
44. Art Clokey Art Clokey Director, Gumby: The Movie
45. Charles Frend Charles Frend Director, The Cruel Sea British director Charles Frend started his film career as an editor, and worked on several Alfred Hitchcock films, including Secret Agent and The Girl Was Young. He later worked for MGM at Elstree Studios, where he edited such films as A Yank at Oxford and Goodbye, Mr. Chips. He made his directorial debut in 1942 and turned out several low-budget dramas and documentaries...
46. Margaret Halstan Margaret Halstan Actress, Tell Your Children
47. Lewis Seiler Lewis Seiler Director, Guadalcanal Diary Seiler went to Hollywood in 1919 and worked as a gag man and assistant director before directing a number of 2-reel comedies. Seiler was closely associated with Tom Mix Westerns during the 1920s. Retiring from motion pictures in 1958, Seiler turned to television where he kept busy up to the time of his death.
48. Monica Maughan Monica Maughan Actress, Crackerjack
49. Carlos Monzón Carlos Monzón Actor, Macho Killers Argentina's Carlos Monzon was one, if not the, greatest middleweight boxing champions in fistic history. Born in poverty, he was discovered in the famed Luna Park Gym by trainer Amilicar Brussa, who molded the "skinniest" 6 feet 2 incher in the world into a lethal fighting machine. Monzon developed a plodding style of standing straight up and appeared to be "pushing" his punches...
50. Leslie Goodwins Leslie Goodwins Director, The Mummy's Curse London-born Leslie Goodwins broke into Hollywood in the 1930s as a gag writer for two-reel comedies, and later directed several of them. He started directing features in 1936, specializing in knockabout comedies. Goodwins spent much of his career at RKO, and was responsible for the Leon Errol / Lupe Velez "Mexican Spitfire" series...
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