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1. Tom Clancy Tom Clancy Writer, The Hunt for Red October Tom Clancy became one of the best-selling writers of the late 20th and early 21st Centuries, starting with the publication of his 1984 thriller, The Hunt for Red October. Born in Baltimore to a U.S. Post Office employee and his wife on April 12, 1947, Clancy graduated from Loyola Blakefield, a Catholic private high school...
2. Robert Arthur Robert Arthur Actor, Ace in the Hole American actor, primarily of youthful secondary roles. He studied at the University of Washington. He maintained a concurrent career as a radio announcer.
3. Giuliano Gemma Giuliano Gemma Actor, Tenebre Giuliano Gemma was born in Rome on 2 September 1938, grew up in Reggio Emilia but came back to Rome with his parents in 1944. While he was playing on the grass he found a WW II bomb that exploded and today the signs of injury are still visible on his face. He practiced many sports in his life, boxing...
4. Julie Parrish Julie Parrish Actress, The Nutty Professor
5. Orville Sherman Orville Sherman Actor, Westworld Orville Sherman was born in Oklahoma, his great-grandfather buying land there in 1894. He appeared in numerous television episodes, many of them westerns. Being born in the frontier may have given him an edge to playing cowboys. Although most of his screen time can be counted in seconds, he was good at his craft...
6. House Peters Jr. House Peters Jr. Actor, King of the Rocket Men Son of actor House Peters. Film career began in B-Westerns and continued in small roles in large pictures and large roles in small pictures.
7. Alan Caillou Alan Caillou Writer, Evel Knievel Englishman Alan Lyle-Smythe was born in 1914. The future film and TV writer-actor trained as an actor before serving for four years with the Palestine Police in the 1930s. At the outbreak of World War II, he joined the British Army; part of their Intelligence Corps, he operated behind enemy lines in Libya and Tunisia...
8. Ron Hayes Ron Hayes Actor, General Hospital
9. James Troesh James Troesh Actor, The Hollywood Quad Jim is a quadriplegic actor/writer, one of a handful in the business. He started in radio, moved into acting/writing and never looked back. He loves both acting and writing so much he would be hard pressed to choose between them. He is a highly-skilled improvisor, the only quadriplegic improvisor in the business...
10. Joyce Jillson Joyce Jillson Actress, Peyton Place
11. Dorothy Arzner Dorothy Arzner Director, Dance, Girl, Dance Dorothy Arzner, the only woman director during the "Golden Age" of Hollywood's studio system--from the 1920s to the early 1940s and the woman director with the largest oeuvre in Hollywood to this day--was born January 3, 1897 (some sources put the year as 1900), in San Francisco, California, to a German-American father and a Scottish mother...
12. Pavle Vuisic Pavle Vuisic Actor, Ko to tamo peva
13. Robert McCord Robert McCord Actor, Yancy Derringer
14. Lucien Ballard Lucien Ballard Cinematographer, The Wild Bunch Lucien Ballard, the cinematographer best known for his collaboration with director Sam Peckinpah on such films as The Wild Bunch, was born in Miami, Oklahoma. Ballard became a wanderer after dropping out of the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania and the University of Oklahoma, journeying to China in search of opportunity...
15. Donald Cook Donald Cook Actor, The Public Enemy
16. June Clyde June Clyde Actress, A Study in Scarlet
17. Agnes Carpenter Agnes Carpenter Self, The Carpenters: A Christmas Portrait
18. Paul Brooks Paul Brooks Actor, The Falcon's Alibi
19. Lynsey de Paul Lynsey de Paul Producer, Eve Strikes Back Trained in classical music, London-born pianist Lynsey de Paul entered art college and turned her hand to designing album sleeves as a means to boost her income. This awakened her interest in songwriting and some of her first tunes were recorded by other artists in 1971. In 1972, after co-writing her first hit single for The Fortunes ("Storm in a Teacup")...
20. Marjorie Weaver Marjorie Weaver Actress, Young Mr. Lincoln This saucy and engaging Tennessee born-and-bred brunette beauty came into the world on March 2, 1913, the daughter of John Thomas Weaver and Ellen Martin, both non-professionals. She attended private and high schools while growing up and attended the University of Kentucky and the University of Indiana...
21. Antoine Ashley Antoine Ashley Self, For Which WE Stand (One Queer Music Nation in the Visible)
22. E.B. White E.B. White Writer, Stuart Little
23. Renato Polselli Renato Polselli Writer, Riti, magie nere e segrete orge nel trecento...
24. Dorothy Knight Dorothy Knight Self, This Is Your Life
25. Georgina Cookson Georgina Cookson Actress, Darling Lean, aristocratic-looking British character actress,on stage from the 1940's. She was noted on Broadway for her performance (and for bringing the house down with her tango on opening night)as Lady India in Jean Anouilh's 'Ring Around the Moon' (1950-51). On television, her aquiline features and impeccable bearing led to her gravitating towards upper class roles as wealthy or snooty socialites...
26. Lena Zavaroni Lena Zavaroni Self, Lena Lena Zavaroni was born on the 4th of November in the town of Rothesay, on the Isle of Bute, just off the West coast of Scotland. Although Scottish, her family was of Italian descent and she grew up in a musical environment, performing at an early age. As a ten year old, she appeared on the Thames Television...
27. Joe Devlin Joe Devlin Actor, Dick Tracy
28. J. Don Ferguson J. Don Ferguson Actor, I Know What You Did Last Summer
29. Ronnie Hazlehurst Ronnie Hazlehurst Music Department, Last of the Summer Wine
30. Olive Borden Olive Borden Actress, 3 Bad Men Considered one of the most beautiful actresses of the silent era, Borden was a 'Mack Sennet' bathing beauty at 15 and reached the peak of her career in 1926 when she made 11 films for Fox Studios and was earning $1,500 a week. Refusing to take a salary cut, Borden abruptly left Fox in 1928 and made only a few pictures for other studios before retiring from films in 1938...
31. Conway Tearle Conway Tearle Actor, The Hurricane Express This West Point-educated actor was a tall, dark and handsome American co-star who romanced some of the most illustrious femme stars ever to appear on the silent silver screen. Conway Tearle was born in New York City on May 17, 1878 to a family of entertainers. Christened Frederick Levy, his father, Jules...
32. Giuseppe Vari Giuseppe Vari Director, Ritornano quelli della calibro 38
33. Warwick Sims Warwick Sims Actor, General Hospital
34. Chih-Hung Kuei Chih-Hung Kuei Director, Mo
35. Raymond Lovell Raymond Lovell Actor, 49th Parallel
36. David Hooks David Hooks Actor, The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman
37. Ian Collier Ian Collier Actor, Heritage Africa
38. Buddy Clark Buddy Clark Actor, Melody Time Buddy Clark grew up in the Westend of Boston. As a youngster, he expressed strong interests in sports, body building, exercising, and one of his big dreams was to become a professional baseball player. Buddy even had plans to become a lawyer. He attended Northeastern Law School in Boston, however his love for music was stronger than his dreams of becoming a pro baseball player or an attorney...
39. Sebastian Tom Sebastian Tom Actor, Star Trek
40. Dirk Bach Dirk Bach Thanks, Ich bin ein Star, holt mich hier raus!
41. Larry Perron Larry Perron Actor, Spartacus
42. Jack O'Shea Jack O'Shea Actor, Law of the Lash
43. Hermione Hannen Hermione Hannen Actress, Two Gentlemen of Soho
44. Caleb Logan Leblanc Caleb Logan Leblanc Self, YouTube Revolution Caleb Logan was born on the 13th of July 2002 and died on Oct 1, 2015 at the age of 13. He was the oldest of the Bratayley kids and was the only boy. His favorite colors were purple and black and his favorite food was macaroni and cheese. Caleb was on a baseball team and the team colors are blue, white and red...
45. William W. Norton William W. Norton Writer, The Scalphunters William Norton was born into a family of Utah Mormon pioneers. He is a life-long writer and political activist. After serving in combat in World War II, he did construction work and was a State Park ranger in California. His early writings were for the small literary magazines such as California Quarterly...
46. Donna Mae Roberts Donna Mae Roberts Actress, 42nd Street Donna Mae Roberts was born in Los Angeles, she was the daughter of Walter Roberts and Cora H. Myers. She went to the University in California, where she majored in psychology and belonged to two honorary scholastic fraternities. She left her classes at the end at the end of her junior year to join the chorus...
47. Richard Kennedy Richard Kennedy Actor, The Buddy Holly Story Richard Kennedy was a chubby, lively and dependable character actor who essayed a nice array of often colorful supporting roles in a bunch of enjoyably down'n'dirty 70s drive-in exploitation pictures. Kennedy was born on June 19 in 1907 and hailed from Galveston, Texas. He served in the army and was stationed in Germany during his tour of duty...
48. Richard Avedon Richard Avedon Miscellaneous Crew, Funny Face
49. Reg Kray Reg Kray Self, The Krays: The Final Word
50. Ted Burnett Ted Burnett Actor, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
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