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1. Charles Napier Charles Napier Actor, Rambo: First Blood Part II Lively character actor who usually plays bodybuilding military types and menacing bad guys. Charles Napier's roles have changed little since his debut in Russ Meyer's Cherry, Harry & Raquel!. Napier went on appearing in other Meyer movies, including the homicidal Harry Sledge in Supervixens and also became a regular playing smaller roles for Jonathan Demme...
2. Rodney Dangerfield Rodney Dangerfield Actor, Back to School Rodney Dangerfield was born Jacob Cohen on November 22, 1921 in Deer Park, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York. He was the son of Dorothy "Dotty" (Teitelbaum) and Phillip Cohen, who performed in vaudeville under the name Phil Roy. His father was born in New York, to Russian Jewish parents, and his mother was a Hungarian Jewish immigrant...
3. Gloria Grahame Gloria Grahame Actress, It's a Wonderful Life Gloria Hallward was born in Los Angeles, California. She was the daughter of Michael Hallward, an architect, and Jean MacDougall, an actress whose stage name was Jean Grahame. Her mother later became her acting coach. Descended from royalty--King Edward III through her father's side--she was bred for acting at an early age...
4. Geoffrey Holder Geoffrey Holder Actor, Live and Let Die Dancer, choreographer and actor Geoffrey Holder was born on August 1, 1930, in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, into a middle-class family. One of four children, he was taught painting and dancing by his older brother Boscoe Holder, whose dance troupe, the Holder Dance Company, the young Geoffrey joined when he was seven years old...
5. Steve Jobs Steve Jobs Self, Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview Steven Paul Jobs was born on 24 February 1955 in San Francisco, California, to students Abdul Fattah Jandali and Joanne Carole Schieble who were unmarried at the time and gave him up for adoption. He was taken in by a working class couple, Paul and Clara Jobs, and grew up with them in Mountain View, California...
6. Jane Nigh Jane Nigh Actress, Big Town
7. Barbara Nichols Barbara Nichols Actress, Sweet Smell of Success She was the archetypal brassy, bosomy, Brooklynesque bimbo with a highly distinctive scratchy voice. Barbara Nichols started life as Barbara Marie Nickerauer in Queens, New York on December 10, 1928, and grew up on Long Island. Graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School, the dame with the shapely frame...
8. Leonard Rossiter Leonard Rossiter Actor, 2001: A Space Odyssey Leonard Rossiter was born on October 21st, 1926 in Liverpool. Unable to afford to go to university, he worked in an insurance office until he was 27, when he joined Preston repertory company and made his professional stage debut in "The Gay Dog". After Preston, he starred in productions at Wolverhampton...
9. Misty Upham Misty Upham Actress, Frozen River Misty Anne Upham, born in Kallispell, Montana, grew up in south Seattle, the fourth of five children. She began her career at the age of thirteen when she joined a community theater group, Red Eagle Soaring. What began as a summer workshop soon turned into a full-time job. By the age of fourteen she was writing and directing short skits and performing on tours throughout the northwest...
10. Andrew Keir Andrew Keir Actor, Rob Roy The character actor Andrew Keir (originally Andrew Buggy) was born in 1926 in the coal-mining town of Shotts in Lanarkshire, Scotland, and raised there with his five brothers John, Tom, Michael, Patrick, and Hugh and his sister Maggie. The son of a coal miner, Keir worked in the coal mines from age 14 to 20...
11. Andrew Rubin Andrew Rubin Actor, Police Academy Andrew Harold Rubin was born in the seaport town of New Bedford, Massachusetts. His father, Simon, owned a furniture and bedding factory and his mother, Leona (nee Greenstone) was an artist and international travel writer. Andy, as he was called then, began performing and acting at the age of 10. He wrote and starred in skits and plays at the Jewish Community Center...
12. Kim Chan Kim Chan Actor, The Fifth Element Born in China, Kim Chan fled China in 1928 with his father Lem and two older sisters. Settling first in Rhode Island, then in New York, Kim left his family after his father caught him lying about an afternoon spent at the cinema. Faced with an ultimatum, Kim left for years as a day laborer, occasionally homeless, frequently sleeping on vermin-infested ironing boards...
13. Chantal Akerman Chantal Akerman Director, Un divan à New York
14. Ike Jones Ike Jones Actor, The Joe Louis Story Ike Jones was a producer, actor, screenwriter and second-unit director best known as being the "secret" husband of movie star Inger Stevens, whom he claimed he had married in Mexico in 1961 after Stevens' apparent suicide in 1970. The marriage supposedly was kept secret in order not to damage Stevens career, as she was white and he was black...
15. Hal B. Wallis Hal B. Wallis Producer, Casablanca Legendary producer Hal B. Wallis was born in Chicago and moved to Los Angeles when he was in his early 20s. He got a job managing a theater owned by Warner Bros., and his success at the job caught the eye of studio head Jack L. Warner, who gave him a job in the studio's publicity department. Within a few months Wallis had worked his way up to head of the department...
16. Megs Jenkins Megs Jenkins Actress, The Innocents An engineer's daughter, she had first planned on becoming a ballerina, using her original Christian name Muguette, but abandoned those plans by the age of 17 when she realized that her physique was more in keeping with her other first name, Megs. She trained in Liverpool at the School of Dancing and...
17. Roy Ward Baker Roy Ward Baker Director, A Night to Remember Roy Ward Baker's first job in films was as a teaboy at the Gainsborough Studios in London, England, but within three years he was working as an assistant director. During World War II, he worked in the Army Kinematograph Unit under Eric Ambler, a writer and film producer, who, after the war, gave Baker his first opportunity to direct a film...
18. Frank Albanese Frank Albanese Actor, Goodfellas
19. Jean Vigo Jean Vigo Writer, L'Atalante Jean Vigo had bad health since he was a child. Son of anarchist militant Miguel Almareyda, he also never really recovered from his father's mysterious death in jail when he was 12. Abandoned by his mother, he passed from boarding school to boarding school. Aged 23, through meetings with people involved in the movies...
20. David Watson David Watson Actor, Beneath the Planet of the Apes
21. Denis Quilley Denis Quilley Actor, Murder on the Orient Express Noted British classical theatre actor Denis Quilley distinguished himself on the Shakespearean stage alongside Laurence Olivier and John Gielgud, among others. His sturdy handsomeness was slightly offset by a relatively prominent proboscis. As in the case of Jeremy Northam and Liam Neeson, it only accentuated his looks and added to the uniqueness of his characters...
22. Morag Hood Morag Hood Actress, War & Peace Born in Cardonald, in 1942, she was the daughter of a master of works for Glasgow theatres, whose roots were in Shetland, and the much younger sister of Eila and of Scottish Television's Head of entertainment, the late Liam Hood. She was a versatile Scottish actress best known internationally as a star of "War and Peace" on the BBC in the 1970s...
23. Linda Gary Linda Gary Actress, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
24. Renée Adorée Renée Adorée Actress, The Big Parade Renee Adoree was born Jeanne de la Fontein in Lille in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, on September 30, 1898. She had what one could call a normal childhood. Her background is, perhaps, one of the most difficult to find information on any actress in existence. What we do know that her interest in acting surfaced during her teen years with minor stage productions in France...
25. Henning Mankell Henning Mankell Writer, Wallander
26. Hal Lynch Hal Lynch Actor, The Way West Hal Lynch was born on November 13, 1927 to Arnett Tilton Lynch and Kattie Bell Jacobs in Birmingham, Alabama, USA as James Harold Tilton Lynch. He was an actor, known for The Way West (1967), Spoon River (1969) and Wild Rovers (1971). His first television appearance was in a 1964 Gunsmoke episode. Hal also had western show roles on Daniel Boone...
27. Anna Przybylska Anna Przybylska Actress, Kariera Nikosia Dyzmy
28. Debbie Linden Debbie Linden Actress, Bloodbath at the House of Death
29. Jay R. Smith Jay R. Smith Actor, Love My Dog Jay R. Smith was the second freckled-faced youngster to be featured in producer Hal Roach's successful film series, "Our Gang" (later known on television as "The Little Rascals".) His first "Our Gang" film was _Boys Will be Joys(1925)_ in a small role. Smith was put into the series as a sort-of replacement for Mickey Daniels...
30. Ken Ogata Ken Ogata Actor, Vengeance Is Mine
31. Hanno Brühl Hanno Brühl Director, Herzrasen
32. Carlo Lizzani Carlo Lizzani Director, Banditi a Milano
33. May Warden May Warden Actress, Der 90. Geburtstag oder Dinner for One
34. Eddie Kendricks Eddie Kendricks Self, TCB
35. Clarence Wilson Clarence Wilson Actor, You Can't Take It with You
36. Charles Meshack Charles Meshack Actor, Commando
37. Judith Allen Judith Allen Actress, Bright Eyes The very pretty Judith Allen certainly had the makings of a great actress but her career fell far short, to the point that she came to be more sensational in the tabloid news than she was in the "B" films she graced. She was born Marie Elliot in New York City on February 8, 1911, of Scottish parentage...
38. Sarah Hunley Sarah Hunley Actress, Waitress
39. Jackie Rae Jackie Rae Self, The Golden Shot After National Service in RCAF, Rae became a familiar face on British TV in early 1960s as host of "Name That Tune". Former husband of actress Janette Scott.
40. Tomris Incer Tomris Incer Actress, Binbir Gece
41. Brian Pillman Brian Pillman Self, Hitman Hart: Wrestling with Shadows Brian Pillman was born in 1962 in Norwood, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati. He was raised mainly by his mother. He was born with throat cancer and had over 30 operations before the age of 3. He was a high school star and later a college football star at Miami University of Ohio. Later he played briefly for his hometown Cincinnati Bengals in 1984...
42. Claude Pinoteau Claude Pinoteau Writer, The Party
43. Joseph Stone Joseph Stone Writer, Operation Petticoat
44. Bob Hopkins Bob Hopkins Actor, Autumn Leaves
45. Jud Strunk Jud Strunk Self, The Jud Strunk Show The country music performer Jud Strunk was born Justin Roderick Strunk, Jr. on June 11, 1936, in Jamestown, New York. He was a singer-songwriter akin to Jimmy Buffett (except Strunk sang about his adopted state of Maine rather than Key West and the tropics) who played the tenor banjo and piano. He also was an actor specializing in comedy...
46. Brock Yates Brock Yates Writer, The Cannonball Run
47. Leona Gage Leona Gage Actress, Tales of Terror
48. Percy Waram Percy Waram Actor, A Face in the Crowd
49. Alissa Ann Smego Alissa Ann Smego Actress, Star Kid
50. Jerry Oddo Jerry Oddo Actor, From Hell to Texas
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