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1. Nigel Bruce Nigel Bruce Actor, Rebecca Nigel was, from the beginning, typecast as bumbling English aristocrats, military types or drawing room society snobs and, within the narrow parameters of his range, he was very, very good at playing these parts. Nigel Bruce was born in Mexico, where his father, Sir William W. Bruce, worked as an engineer...
2. Fernando Lamas Fernando Lamas Actor, The Violent Ones Handsome, dapper Argentine-born actor who came to Hollywood as a romantic lead in several colourful MGM extravaganzas and then succeeded in living up to his Latin Lover image in real life. Lamas studied drama at school in his native country and later enrolled in a law course at college. His strong leaning towards athletic pursuits prevailed and he abandoned his studies to take up horse riding...
3. Joan Hackett Joan Hackett Actress, Support Your Local Sheriff! Joan Hackett was never one of your conventional leading ladies. Directors sometimes found her difficult to work with. Yet, this strong-minded perfectionist had an unquenchable individuality that came through in her performances and she never hesitated being unglamorous whenever the role demanded. Born of an Italian mother and an Irish-American father in East Harlem on March 1 1934...
4. Emmaline Henry Emmaline Henry Actress, Rosemary's Baby
5. Karl Swenson Karl Swenson Actor, The Sword in the Stone Of Swedish descent, burly, light-haired character actor Karl Swenson was born in Brooklyn and started his four-decade career on radio. Throughout the late 30s and 40s, his voice could be heard all over the airwaves, appearing in scores of daytime serials ("Lorenzo Jones") and mystery dramas ("Inner Sanctum Mysteries")...
6. William Prince William Prince Actor, Another World William was a character actor, whose popularity was due to hundreds of appearances in soap operas. Going from stage to screen, William had an undistinguished movie career in the 40's which ran out of steam after about four years. But in the 50's, he would find his calling on the small screen. On Young Dr. Malone...
7. Irina Demick Irina Demick Actress, The Longest Day Brunette French actress of Russian or Polish ancestry. A former model, she got her big break in films courtesy of an affair with the notorious womanizing mogul Darryl F. Zanuck, who cast her as a member of the French Resistance in The Longest Day. She played seven roles of diverse ethnicity in Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes, but thereafter pretty much faded from the scene.
8. William Terry William Terry Actor, Strangers in the Night
9. Maria Lang Maria Lang Writer, När mörkret faller
10. Theresa Harris Theresa Harris Actress, I Walked with a Zombie Theresa Harris appeared with more stars of the Golden Era of Hollywood than anyone else. She sang, she danced, appeared in films and TV. She graced the screen with her magnetic presence and most times stole scenes from the top stars of the day every chance she got and made a lot of dull movies worthwhile...
11. Phyllis Calvert Phyllis Calvert Actress, Indiscreet Phyllis Hannah Bickle was born in Chelsea in 1915 and studied dancing at the Margaret Morris school of dance, until an injury forced her to give up dancing and turn instead to acting. Her 70 year film career began with a bit part in The Arcadians when she was just 12 years old. Along with over 40 movies...
12. Ken Sansom Ken Sansom Actor, The Sting
13. Frederick Brisson Frederick Brisson Producer, The Pajama Game
14. Eduardo Ciannelli Eduardo Ciannelli Actor, Foreign Correspondent Eduardo Ciannelli was born on the beautiful island of Ischia in the Bay of Naples, which is renowned for its thermal baths. His father, a physician, owned a health spa there and Eduardo briefly followed the same career path and studied medicine at the University of Naples, graduating as a fully qualified doctor...
15. Richard Davies Richard Davies Actor, Zulu
16. Eileen Herlie Eileen Herlie Actress, Loving British theatrical actress in occasional films.
17. Larry Semon Larry Semon Director, The Wizard of Oz American silent film comedian whose hugely successful career disappeared virtually overnight, Larry Semon was the son of a traveling vaudeville magician, Zera the Great. He grew up in show business and was trained in stage comedy and acrobatics. A talent for drawing and cartooning led to art school and then work as a cartoonist for various New York City newspapers...
18. Edward Woods Edward Woods Actor, The Public Enemy
19. Al Davis Al Davis Self, Straight Outta L.A. Allen "Al" Davis, the man who is synonymous with the Oakland Raiders franchise of the National Football League and its earlier American Football League incarnation, was born on the Fourth of July, 1929 into a Jewish family in Brockton, Massachusetts. Raised in Brooklyn and educated at the borough's Erasmus High School, he played football at Syracuse University, but was cut from the varsity team...
20. Virginia Lucille Jones Virginia Lucille Jones Self, One Moment Please
21. Spencer Gordon Bennet Spencer Gordon Bennet Director, Zorro's Black Whip
22. Diana Churchill Diana Churchill Actress, Scott of the Antarctic
23. Gary Campbell Gary Campbell Actor, Some of My Best Friends Are
24. Eric Lomax Eric Lomax Self, The Railway Man
25. Robert M. Leeds Robert M. Leeds Director, 24 Hour Alert
26. Matty Fain Matty Fain Actor, Great Guy
27. Frank Skinner Frank Skinner Music Department, The Great Ziegfeld The author of the textbook "F.Skinner's Simplified Method for Modern Arranging" (published 1934) began his musical career as a pianist in vaudeville alongside his brother Carl. He then became a noted arranger for New York dance orchestras in the 1930's and was briefly active in the field of music publishing...
28. Francis D. Lyon Francis D. Lyon Director, The Great Locomotive Chase Although born in North Dakota, Francis D. Lyon's film career began in England as an editor on several prestigious J. Arthur Rank productions. Coming to Hollywood, he worked as an editor or supervising editor on numerous films, and won an Academy Award for editing Body and Soul. Turning to directing in 1955...
29. Munshi Premchand Munshi Premchand Writer, The Chess Players He is one of the greatest Hindi writers. His stories gives the correct picture of village realities. He used his stories to great effect for social reforms. He married a child widow Shivarani Devi when widow marriages were considered as a sin in Indian society. He also wrote varios novels voicing for these social reforms...
30. Jim Diamond Jim Diamond Soundtrack, The Snapper Jim Diamond was born in Bridgeton in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland September 23rd 1953. He heard Otis Redding's version of 'My Girl' and decided he wanted to embark on a singing career. At the tender age of 15 he joined his first band 'The Jade' and gigged around Scotland. Following this he joined forces with Blues virtuoso Alexis Korner "The Godfather of British Blues"...
31. Charlie Tanimoto Charlie Tanimoto Actor, The Karate Kid, Part II
32. Armando Bo Armando Bo Actor, Fuego
33. John St. Polis John St. Polis Actor, The Phantom of the Opera Making his screen debut in 1914, St. Polis was well established as a character during the 1920s. He made a successful transition to sound films in "Coquette" starring as Mary Pickford's father.
34. Susan Crane Susan Crane Actress, I Sing the Body Electric
35. Paul Prudhomme Paul Prudhomme Self, Down in New Orleans
36. Gus Kahn Gus Kahn Soundtrack, Goodfellas
37. Roger Creed Roger Creed Stunts, Batman Forever
38. Herbert Bötticher Herbert Bötticher Actor, Lina Braake
39. Marilou Diaz-Abaya Marilou Diaz-Abaya Director, José Rizal
40. Ronny Pearlman Ronny Pearlman Writer, The Barry Manilow Special
41. Rosetta Calavetta Rosetta Calavetta Miscellaneous Crew, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
42. Grace Darmond Grace Darmond Actress, The Gulf Between Canadian-born Grace Darmond first caught the acting bug while appearing in a school play, and as luck would have it was spotted there by the owner of the Selig Film Co., who put her under contract. She appeared in her first film in 1913 at 16 years of age, and by her 20th birthday was a star at Vitagraph...
43. Jean Sewell Jean Sewell Actress, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Jean D. Sewell, the third eldest of five daughters and one son was born to Mattie Horner Dorsey and John Larvell Dorsey in Chicago, Ill., on July 14, 1920. Jean attended Dusable in Chicago and went on to study voice with Madame Desanctus. This was the beginning of her theatrical career in the world of entertainment...
44. William Rotsler William Rotsler Director, Agony of Love William Rotsler was a man of many talents applied to an odd assortment of fields. In addition to his film work, he was an artist, a sculptor, an author,and a photographer--often of nudes. Within the science fiction world he is best known for his many cartoons, which he would often provide for free to SF fanzines...
45. Lauren Dombrowski Lauren Dombrowski Writer, Episode #9.5
46. Onest Conley Onest Conley Actor, Racing Luck
47. Henry Fielding Henry Fielding Writer, Tom Jones Henry Fielding was born April 22nd 1707, the son of Edmund Fielding, an impoverished nobleman who spent most of his time in and out of various debtor's prisons. After the death of their mother, Henry and his seven siblings were taken in by their maternal grandmother. He was a wild and willful young man...
48. Roger Williams Roger Williams Self, Episode dated 14 April 1960
49. Gigi Reder Gigi Reder Actor, White Collar Blues
50. Rose Melville Rose Melville Actress, A Double Elopement
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