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1. Peter Cook Peter Cook Actor, The Princess Bride One of four stars of the London and New York revues Beyond the Fringe and Beyond the Fringe (with Jonathan Miller, Alan Bennett, and Dudley Moore). Later created scatological comedy routine "Derek & Clive" with Moore.
2. Samuel Goldwyn Jr. Samuel Goldwyn Jr. Producer, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
3. Peter Yates Peter Yates Director, Bullitt Having seen Robbery and Bullitt, it comes as no surprise that Peter Yates started out as a professional racing car driver and team manager - albeit briefly - before turning his attention to film. The son of a military man, he was educated at Charterhouse School and trained at RADA, gaining his first experience as an actor with local repertory companies...
4. Edith 'Little Edie' Bouvier Beale Edith 'Little Edie' Bouvier Beale Self, The Beales of Grey Gardens
5. Jesse White Jesse White Actor, Harvey Lovable, laid-back Jesse White made acting seem fun and easy. He was born Jesse Marc Weidenfeld in Buffalo, New York, and was raised in Akron, Ohio. He made his first amateur appearance on the local stage at age 15. Before breaking into professional theater in the 1940s, he held many different jobs...
6. John Gilbert John Gilbert Actor, The Big Parade John Gilbert was born into a show-business family - his father was a comic with the Pringle Stock Company. By 1915 John was an extra with Thomas H. Ince's company and a lead player by 1917. In those days he was assistant director, actor or screenwriter. He also tried his hand at directing. By 1919 he was being noticed in films and getting better roles...
7. Bill McCutcheon Bill McCutcheon Actor, Steel Magnolias
8. Steve Brodie Steve Brodie Actor, Out of the Past Primarily known as a "B" movie bad guy of hundreds of films, husky actor Steve Brodie was born John Daugherty Stephens on November 25, 1919, in El Dorado, Kansas. Raised in Wichita, he dropped out of school and raced cars, boxed and worked on oil rigs to get by. He initially entertained a criminal law career but that interest quickly wore off after having to toil as a property boy...
9. Harry Endo Harry Endo Actor, Over Fifty? Steal
10. Hugh Sanders Hugh Sanders Actor, The Wild One
11. Jon Hager Jon Hager Self, Episode #1.1
12. Arthur Lake Arthur Lake Actor, Topper His parents were circus acrobats and he became part of their act. When they changed to vaudeville and wound up in California, he got a job in the movies. The founder of Universal Pictures, Carl Laemmle changed his name to Lake. In silent films he played somewhat dimwitted youngsters, The long-running part of Dagwood in the "Blondie" series pretty much continued the the pattern into adult life...
13. Noble Johnson Noble Johnson Actor, King Kong African-American movie actor and producer Noble Johnson was born on April 18, 1881, in Marshall, Missouri. His family moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, when Noble was very young, and it was there that he met Lon Chaney at school. They became friends as children, and later got re-acquainted when both were making movies in Hollywood and became friends all over again (surprisingly...
14. Morris D. Erby Morris D. Erby Actor, THX 1138
15. Sultan Rahi Sultan Rahi Actor, Maula Jat Rugged looks, brawny and stocky, with an aggressive style of dialogue delivery. 'Sultan Rahi' the Pakistani film superstar was the ultimate action hero and firmly established himself as the biggest film personality from Pakistan. He was a Pakistani version of 'Bruce Lee', 'Chuck Norris','Sylvester Stallone'...
16. Pierre Fresnay Pierre Fresnay Actor, La Grande Illusion
17. Marguerite Churchill Marguerite Churchill Actress, The Big Trail
18. Stuart Quan Stuart Quan Actor, Big Trouble in Little China
19. John Slater John Slater Actor, Passport to Pimlico
20. Madge Ryan Madge Ryan Actress, A Clockwork Orange
21. Mae LaBorde Mae LaBorde Actress, Pineapple Express
22. Roberto Roberti Roberto Roberti Director, Prisoner of the Owls; or, The Victims of Revenge
23. 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...
24. Don Stewart Don Stewart Actor, Guiding Light Don Stewart was born to George and Marian Stewart on November 14, 1935. He spent his youth in Nebraska with his older brother, George, and his younger brother and sister, Jack and Marilyn. He then moved to New York and began studying opera. He worked on and off Broadway, and even understudied for Robert Goulet in Camelot at a young age...
25. Johnny Grant Johnny Grant Self, Hollywood Homicide
26. Northern Calloway Northern Calloway Actor, Christmas Eve on Sesame Street
27. Charito Solis Charito Solis Actress, Of the Flesh
28. Lilly Christine Lilly Christine Actress, Achtung! Hochspannung! Lilly Christine, a.k.a. "The Cat Girl," was a famous and beloved burlesque exotic dancer and men's magazine model of the late 1940's up until the early 1960's with a mesmerizing stage presence, a wild mane of long peroxide blonde hair, and a simply spectacular 37C-22-35 voluptuous bombshell body. Lilly was born as Martha Theresa Pompender on December 17...
29. Towje Kleiner Towje Kleiner Actor, It Can Only Get Worse
30. Herman Bing Herman Bing Actor, The Great Ziegfeld Character actor in 30's and 40's Hollywood who was not unknown to burlesque his own Deutsch accent.
31. Gösta Bredefeldt Gösta Bredefeldt Actor, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
32. Sarah Kemp Sarah Kemp Actress, Sons & Daughters 25th Anniversary: The Best of Pat the Rat
33. Frank Rice Frank Rice Actor, Dynamite Dan
34. Julio Aldama Julio Aldama Actor, Tlayucan
35. Bill Naughton Bill Naughton Writer, Alfie
36. James Stone James Stone Actor, Barefoot in the Park
37. Rogério Sganzerla Rogério Sganzerla Director, The Red Light Bandit
38. Anton Karas Anton Karas Soundtrack, xXx Anton Karas was a mere entertainer in an Heurige (Viennese Wine Bar), but Carol Reed selected him as the musical director of "The Third Man" (1949). He was invited to London and lived with Reed. Reed treated him very well, but Karas was in a slump - then suddenly Reed rushed into Karas' room, and lay at full length on the floor...
39. Philip O'Brien Philip O'Brien Actor, Batman
40. Spencer Chan Spencer Chan Actor, Across the Pacific
41. Lorella De Luca Lorella De Luca Actress, Il Bidone
42. S. Ramanathan S. Ramanathan Director, Bombay to Goa
43. R.J. Reynolds R.J. Reynolds Actor, Masterblaster
44. Leonard P. Geer Leonard P. Geer Actor, The Lord of the Rings
45. Émile Reynaud Émile Reynaud Director, Pauvre Pierrot His father was a watchmaker, his mother a schoolteacher. He was taught by his parents, and they believed he should learn whilst having fun. When his father died, him and mother both left Paris for Puy-en-Velay. He became a professor of physics and natural sciences, and taught from 1873 to 1877. During this time he invented the "praxinoscope" which is an instrument that creates optical illusions...
46. Wolfgang Jansen Wolfgang Jansen Actor, The Secret of Santa Vittoria
47. Marion Leonard Marion Leonard Actress, The Sealed Room
48. Mario Arteaga Mario Arteaga Actor, Bite the Bullet
49. Mark Ricci Mark Ricci Actor, Night of the Living Dead
50. Andrea Bosic Andrea Bosic Actor, Day of Anger
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