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1. Jan Hooks Jan Hooks Actress, Batman Returns Jan Hooks is better remembered for her five-year run on Saturday Night Live (1986-91) on the series she impersonated actress ranging from Bette Davis, to Ann-Margret, to Sally Kellerman, to Jodie Foster. After she left the show, she was proposed by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason to replace Jean Smart on CBS's Designing Women...
2. Sammi Kane Kraft Sammi Kane Kraft Actress, Bad News Bears
3. David Dukes David Dukes Actor, Gods and Monsters
4. Miriam Hopkins Miriam Hopkins Actress, Trouble in Paradise Born in Savannah, Georgia and brought up in nearby Bainbridge, Miriam Hopkins spent most of her formative years with her maternal grandmother. She received her secondary education in Barre, Vermont and then Syracuse University. Upon graduation, she went to New York to become a ballet dancer, but instead gravitated towards Broadway revues and vaudeville instead...
5. Herbert Ross Herbert Ross Director, Footloose
6. Carol Bruce Carol Bruce Actress, Planes, Trains & Automobiles Daughter of Harry and Beatrice Levy - Graduate of Erasmus High School, Brooklyn, NY. Made her Broadway debut in "Louisiana Purchase" which was especially written for her by Irving Berlin.
7. Thalmus Rasulala Thalmus Rasulala Actor, General Hospital
8. Arch Johnson Arch Johnson Actor, The Sting Arch Johnson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1922. A stage actor as well as a prolific television character actor, he was in the original production of "West Side Story" on Broadway and the revival of that show in the 1980s on Broadway as well. He was the only actor from the original stage version who returned for the revival and he toured Europe with the show...
9. Harris Savides Harris Savides Cinematographer, Zodiac
10. Kim Robert Koscki Kim Robert Koscki Stunts, Apollo 13
11. Aileen Wuornos Aileen Wuornos Self, Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer
12. Louis Nye Louis Nye Actor, The Facts of Life He was one of those delightfully pretentious comic actors you loved to hate, his flip manner and faux rich boy arrogance possessing his characters no matter what social stature they were. Louis Nye (first name pronounced Louie) was a master at sketch comedy, foreign accents and the quicksilver adlib...
13. Ernesto 'Che' Guevara Ernesto 'Che' Guevara Writer, The Motorcycle Diaries Ernesto Guevara de la Serna was born to a middle-class family in Rosario, Santa Fe Province, Argentina, on June 14, 1928. Disgusted by the corrupt Argentine military dictatorship, Guevara became a dedicated Marxist while in his teens. As a student he vowed to devote his life to revolutionary causes...
14. Paul Lukather Paul Lukather Actor, Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter A distinguished actor, with a highly-respectable veteran status for his vast array of work across the acting stage, television and quite notably in voice-over work, Paul Lukather has seemingly done it all. After his training in drama school, Paul began his career touring with the Barter Theatre as MacBeth...
15. Jacques Brel Jacques Brel Soundtrack, Groundhog Day One of the most popular singers of French songs. After a childhood full of boredom and normality, Brel started to work in his father's cardboard factory. But he wanted a different kind of life. He had been writing songs all his life and in the early 1950s he went to Paris. After a few years he became hugely successful...
16. Concha Valero Concha Valero Actress, Los sueños húmedos de Patrizia
17. Barry Letts Barry Letts Director, Brookside Barry Letts started his career as an actor. He began in repertory in York whilst also working for a local radio station in Leeds. After a chance meeting with BBC producer/director Rex Tucker, he started working with him first on radio and then on television. His first television appearance was in a 1950 production of "Gunpowder Guy," about Guy Fawkes...
18. James Finlayson James Finlayson Actor, Way Out West Alongside Ben Turpin, diminutive Scots-born Jimmy Finlayson was, arguably, the most instantly recognisable of the many clowns of silent screen slapstick, who made their living as comic foil to stars like Laurel & Hardy, or Harold Lloyd. The perpetually exasperated, squinting, bald-pated master of the 'double-take and fade' with the walrus (fake) moustache...
19. Helen Morgan Helen Morgan Actress, Applause Before the tragic legacies of songbird icons Édith Piaf, Billie Holiday and Judy Garland took hold, there was the one...the original...lady who sang the blues and started the whole "bawl" rolling. Like her successors, Helen Morgan lived the sad songs she sang...and more. She started her life fittingly enough on August 2...
20. Charles Guggenheim Charles Guggenheim Producer, Berga: Soldiers of Another War Charles Guggenheim was born into a wealthy Cincinnati family (his father was a furniture manufacturer). While studying agriculture in college in 1943, Guggenheim was drafted into the army. Upon discharge from the service he decided against an agricultural career and moved to New York to pursue a career in broadcasting...
21. Flora Marino Flora Marino Actress, The Lost One
22. Michael Baseleon Michael Baseleon Actor, General Hospital
23. Srihari Srihari Actor, Magadheera
24. Harvey Vernon Harvey Vernon Actor, Teen Wolf
25. John Butler John Butler Actor, Money to Loan
26. Ray Aranha Ray Aranha Actor, Dead Man Walking
27. Norma Bengell Norma Bengell Actress, Mafioso
28. Lady Jaye Breyer P'Orridge Lady Jaye Breyer P'Orridge Self, The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye
29. Harald Reinl Harald Reinl Director, Winnetou
30. Mark Kingston Mark Kingston Actor, Saint Jack
31. Roy Black Roy Black Actor, Always Trouble with the Teachers
32. Mark Brandon Read Mark Brandon Read Writer, Chopper
33. Ashley Cowan Ashley Cowan Actor, Mutiny on the Bounty
34. Oskar Schindler Oskar Schindler Self, Oskar Schindler: The Man Behind the List
35. Dagmar Dagmar Self, Episode dated 11 May 1952
36. Richard Murdoch Richard Murdoch Actor, The Ghost Train
37. Ben Maddow Ben Maddow Writer, The Asphalt Jungle
38. Tollie Zellman Tollie Zellman Actress, While the Door Was Locked Made her debut in 1907. As time passed she became on of Swedens most famous comediennes. Often got to play the role of retired actresses and prima donnas. From 1941-47 she appeared in several operettas at the Oscar Theater in Stockholm. Her biggest success on stage and radio was as Mrs Baxter in a play by Hubert Henry Davies...
39. Danièle Huillet Danièle Huillet Director, The Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach
40. William Costello William Costello Actor, Popeye the Sailor
41. Robert Allen Robert Allen Actor, The Awful Truth As a young man Robert Allen, born Irvine E. Theodore Baehr, learned about horses: he played polo, hunted fox, and rode in the cavalry of of New York Military School, graduating there in 1924. After graduating Dartmouth College in 1929 with a degree in English he worked for a bank which failed in the Depression...
42. Matt Roe Matt Roe Actor, Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult
43. Raju Patel Raju Patel Producer, 11:14
44. Alice Joyce Alice Joyce Actress, Dancing Mothers Alice Joyce, the film actress whose career stretched from the nickelodeon days into the sound era, was a natural actress, a true original. In an era that rewarded the unnatural in performance, Alice Joyce, with her understated performances, proved to be quite unlike most other silent-screen divas. She was born in Kansas City...
45. Ruth Hall Ruth Hall Actress, Monkey Business
46. Paul Stanton Paul Stanton Actor, Across the Pacific
47. Clare Boothe Luce Clare Boothe Luce Writer, The Women
48. Rolf Thiele Rolf Thiele Director, Rosemary
49. David Connolly David Connolly Actor, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing
50. Steve Peck Steve Peck Actor, Rhinestone
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