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1. Charles Rocket Charles Rocket Actor, Dumb & Dumber
2. Cyril Cusack Cyril Cusack Actor, Harold and Maude Cyril James Cusack was born in Durban, Natal, South Africa, to Alice Violet (Cole), a Cockney English actress and chorus girl, and James Walter Cusack, an Irish mounted policeman in Natal. He was brought up in Ireland. He was a child star on the Irish stage, appearing first at the age of 7. He toured Ireland with his own theater company...
3. George Baker George Baker Actor, Ruth Rendell Mysteries
4. Mario Lanza Mario Lanza Soundtrack, Zodiac Mario Lanza's life, sadly, has all the markings of an epic Shakespearean tragedy. The story is truly incredible: a wild, incendiary Philadelphia kid who can sing better than Enrico Caruso sets out to become the greatest dramatic opera singer who ever lived, is detoured by MGM honcho Louis B. Mayer and vixen Hollywood...
5. David Hess David Hess Actor, The Last House on the Left David Alexander Hess was born in New York City in 1936. He began his professional career as a songwriter for Shalimar Music, in 1957, under the pseudonym of David Hill. His first recording was a quick hit, which was later performed by and credited to Elvis Presley, "All Shook Up." David went on to compose "Start Movin'" for Sal Mineo and "Rockin' Shoes" for the The Ames Brothers...
6. Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe Writer, Spirits of the Dead Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19, 1809, in Boston, Massachusetts. His father, named David Poe Jr., and his mother, named Elizabeth Arnold Hopkins Poe, were touring actors. Both parents died in 1811, and Poe became an orphan before he was 3 years old. He was adopted by John Allan, a tobacco merchant in Richmond...
7. Patrice Chéreau Patrice Chéreau Director, Queen Margot
8. Hildy Parks Hildy Parks Writer, Night of 100 Stars Actress-cum-writer Hildy Parks was born in Washington, D.C. in 1926. She pursued acting following her graduation from the University of Virginia and made her New York stage debut in the role of Curley's wife in "Of Mice and Men" at the New School in the late 40s. From 1947 to 1957, she appeared in a number of productions on Broadway...
9. Terry Burnham Terry Burnham Actress, Imitation of Life
10. Peter Copley Peter Copley Actor, Empire of the Sun
11. Patricia Tiernan Patricia Tiernan Actress, Battle Circus
12. Masayuki Mori Masayuki Mori Actor, Rashômon
13. Deryck Guyler Deryck Guyler Actor, Please Sir! Deryck Guyler, born at the outbreak of WW1 in 1914 at Liverpool in England, was the only child of Elsie and Samuel Guyler. He grew up in Liverpool and had his senior education at Liverpool College. On leaving school he tried his hand at a few things including working with his father in the family jewelers business 'Green & Guyler'...
14. Katherine Walsh Katherine Walsh Actress, The Chase Actress, born in Northern Kentucky on April 11, 1947. The first born daughter out of five children born to Thomas and Martha Katherine Walsh. From the moment of birth, Kathy was not only beautiful and brilliant, but she had a confidence unlike that of most newborns. She was exceptionally talented and wickedly witty...
15. Kenneth Nelson Kenneth Nelson Actor, Hellraiser
16. Andrew Laszlo Andrew Laszlo Cinematographer, First Blood Cinematographer Andrew Laszlo was born on January 12, 1926 in Papa, Hungary. Laszlo started out as a camera apprentice at the Motion Picture Studios of Budapest when World War II began. Andrew and his family were sent to a Nazi concentration camp; he was the sole member of his family to survive this...
17. Paul Kent Paul Kent Actor, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
18. Leo Durocher Leo Durocher Self, Brooklyn, I Love You American professional baseball player and manager.
19. Wally Taylor Wally Taylor Actor, Rocky III
20. Gustaf Gründgens Gustaf Gründgens Actor, M
21. Larry Block Larry Block Actor, General Hospital
22. Lars Ekborg Lars Ekborg Actor, Summer with Monika
23. Domenico Paolella Domenico Paolella Director, Le monache di Sant'Arcangelo
24. Wally George Wally George Actor, A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
25. James Hill James Hill Director, Born Free British writer, director and producer. A former documentary maker, he started with the GPO Film Unit in 1937 as an assistant, then served in the RAF Film Unit during World War II. Post-war, he made further documentaries as well as children's films, both feature-length (starting with The Stolen Plans) and shorts...
26. Helen Vinson Helen Vinson Actress, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang Texas-born Helen Vinson was born Helen Rulfs in Beaumont on September 17, 1907, the daughter of an oil company exec. The family eventually settled in Houston, where her inflamed passion for acting was first ignited. While in her teens she married Harry N. Vickerman, a man fifteen years her senior who came from a well-to-do Philadelphia family...
27. Gail Zappa Gail Zappa Producer, Summer '82: When Zappa Came to Sicily
28. Wolfgang Kieling Wolfgang Kieling Actor, Torn Curtain
29. Peter Miller Peter Miller Actor, General Hospital
30. Gianfranco Mingozzi Gianfranco Mingozzi Director, Flavia
31. Bernhard Goetzke Bernhard Goetzke Actor, Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler
32. Greta Granstedt Greta Granstedt Actress, Hitler - Beast of Berlin Greta Granstedt was the San Francisco room mate of explorer Bessie Hyde, who vanished, under mysterious circumstances, along with her husband Glen, while attempting to become the first couple to navigate the length of the Grand Canyon solo. Miss Granstedt's parents were aboard the liner San Juan, which sailed between San Francisco and Los Angeles...
33. Billy Daniels Billy Daniels Self, The Billy Daniels Show Billy Daniels toiled obscurely for years before becoming a star in 1950. He began singing in his native Jacksonville, Florida, moved to Harlem in 1932 and became a dishwasher and later singing waiter at Dickie Wells' restaurant-club. He toured with the Erskine Hawkins band circa 1935-36, then returned to Harlem...
34. James Yagi James Yagi Actor, Bridge to the Sun
35. Lois Smith Lois Smith Miscellaneous Crew, Gangs of New York
36. Devery Freeman Devery Freeman Writer, Taps
37. Jack Perry Jack Perry Actor, The Garden of Eatin'
38. Hank Moonjean Hank Moonjean Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Cool Hand Luke
39. Janez Vrhovec Janez Vrhovec Actor, Man Is Not a Bird
40. Agnes de Mille Agnes de Mille Self, Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of American Music
41. Polly Rowles Polly Rowles Actress, Jamie After moving from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Hollywood she signed a movie contract with Universal. In the 1930s, she appeared in a few films while at that studio and launched her stage career by 1938. Her Broadway debut was as Calpurnia in an Orson Welles' production of "Julius Caesar." She maintained a busy career onstage in the USA as well as in England...
42. Ivan Hutchinson Ivan Hutchinson Music Department, Penthouse Club Australia's 'Mr. Movies' - renowned film critic, TV host and music arranger/pianist whose career spanned four decades. He described himself as the "definitive, reluctant TV star". Ivan Joseph Hutchinson was born in Melbourne on February 11 1928. His father was an Anzac who had been wounded in World War I and continued in the Army until his retirement in the late 1950s...
43. Paul Swift Paul Swift Actor, Pink Flamingos
44. Bert E. Friedlob Bert E. Friedlob Producer, The Star
45. Maurício do Valle Maurício do Valle Actor, Antonio das Mortes
46. Grim Natwick Grim Natwick Animation Department, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Myron "Grim" Natwick was born in 1890 in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, where he is still considered a favorite son and, throughout his lifetime, displayed exhibitions of his work there. He is best known as the creator of the animated character, "Betty Boop", which often in the past was credited to Max Fleischer as she debuted in his "Out of the Inkwell" series...
47. Gaby Basset Gaby Basset Actress, Touchez Pas au Grisbi
48. Gene Allen Gene Allen Art Director, My Fair Lady
49. Renate Müller Renate Müller Actress, Viktor and Viktoria Highly popular German star Renate Muller was the toast of late 20s Berlin along with the legendary Marlene Dietrich. Unlike Dietrich, however, she suffered at the hands of the Nazis and died under mysterious circumstances. Renate was born in Munich on April 26, 1906, the daughter of a newspaper editor-in-chief and a painter...
50. Florence Stone Fevergeon Florence Stone Fevergeon Actress, Mystery Men
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