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1. Deborah Kerr Deborah Kerr Actress, The King and I Born Deborah Jane Kerr-Trimmer in Scotland in 1921, she was the daughter of a soldier who had been gassed in World War I. A shy, insecure child, she found an outlet for expressing her feelings in acting. Her aunt, a radio star, got her some stage work when she was a teenager, and she came to the attention of British film producer Gabriel Pascal...
2. Audra Lindley Audra Lindley Actress, Another World Audra Lindley was born in Los Angeles, California, to a show-business family--her father, Bert Lindley, was a stage and film actor. She got her early start in Hollywood by being a stand-in, which eventually progressed to stunt work. After a while, however, she found stunt work not to her liking and went to New York in her mid-20s to take her talent to the stage...
3. Ed Lauter Ed Lauter Actor, The Artist Edward Matthew Lauter II was born on October 30, 1938 in Long Beach, New York. In a film career that has extended for over four decades, Lauter has starred in a plethora of film and television productions since making his big screen debut in the western Dirty Little Billy. He had portrayed an eclectic array of characters over the years...
4. Leo G. Carroll Leo G. Carroll Actor, North by Northwest One of the most indispensable of character actors, Leo G. Carroll was already involved in the business of acting as a schoolboy in Gilbert & Sullivan productions. Aged 16, he portrayed an old man in 'Liberty Hall'. In spite of the fact, that he came from a military family, and , perhaps, because of his experience during World War I...
5. Barbara Billingsley Barbara Billingsley Actress, Airplane! Born Barbara Lillian Combes, she attended Los Angeles Junior College in the mid-1930s and then moved to New York City, where she worked as a model. In 1945, she received a contract from MGM, and she appeared in several films during the late 1940s and 1950s, sometimes without screen credit. In the 1950s...
6. Cornel Wilde Cornel Wilde Actor, The Naked Prey Dashing actor Cornel Wilde was born Kornel Lajos Weisz on October 13, 1912, in Prievidza, Hungary (now part of Slovakia), to a Jewish family. He immigrated with his parents and elder sister Edith to New York City in 1920. His family Americanized their names and Kornel took the name Cornelius Louis Wilde...
7. Shirley Booth Shirley Booth Actress, The Year Without a Santa Claus Character actress Shirley Booth could play everything in all facets of show business, whether it was a smart-mouthed cashier on radio's "Duffy's Tavern", the sassy maid on TV's Hazel or the pathetic woman in Come Back, Little Sheba. For those who only know her through her sitcom, it might be hard to believe she was a seasoned theatrical veteran...
8. Peggy Ann Garner Peggy Ann Garner Actress, Jane Eyre Actress Peggy Ann Garner was was born Feb. 3, 1932, in Canton, Ohio. Her father was an English-born attorney, William H. Garner, who served as a U.S. Army officer during World War II. Virginia, her determined mother, got Peggy into summer stock and modeling before she was six. Estranged from her husband...
9. Rick Jason Rick Jason Actor, A Day in June The only child of a stockbroker and well-to-do mother, Richard Jason described himself as "second-generation nouveau riche" and a born romantic. Friends say he was affable, charming, driven and a real Renaissance man. A good student, popular with classmates and teachers, Jason's hellish behavior got him expelled from eight prep schools before he managed to graduate from Rhodes School...
10. John Larch John Larch Actor, Dirty Harry Instantly recognizable American character actor with bulbous nose and heavily lined face, who could convey integrity or menace to equal effect. He first came to prominence on radio as (Captain) Starr of Space (1953), using ray guns to combat Martians and alien queens. Beginning in 1953, Larch accumulated an impressive resume of TV series credits...
11. Chao Li Chi Chao Li Chi Actor, The Prestige
12. Jason Bernard Jason Bernard Actor, Liar Liar
13. Ursula Howells Ursula Howells Actress, Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: A Murder Is Announced Ursula Howells was educated at St Paul's Girls' School in London, where her father Herbert Howells, a doyen of English church music taught music for 26 years. Following the death of her brother Michael from polio in 1935, her father composed his great choral masterpiece "Hymnus Paradisi". She was evacuated to Scotland during the Second World War and made her stage debut in 1940 with Dundee rep...
14. Eugene 'Porky' Lee Eugene 'Porky' Lee Actor, Bored of Education
15. Dan Dailey Dan Dailey Actor, It's Always Fair Weather Born in New York City, Dan Dailey started his career in vaudeville, later making his Broadway debut in the stage version of "Babes in Arms". When signed to MGM, the studio initially casted him as a Nazi in The Mortal Storm (1940). The studio realized their mistake and cast him in musical films thereafter. Then, after serving in World War II, Dailey later returned to acting to make more musicals.
16. Jean Shepherd Jean Shepherd Actor, A Christmas Story Raised in Hammond, Indiana, Jean Shepherd went on to work in the steel mills and was a veteran of the Army Signal Corps before entering the arts. In the 1950s, he began a long career as a radio personality telling stories of his youth, commenting on current topics and performing silly songs. While at WOR-AM in New York...
17. Vladek Sheybal Vladek Sheybal Actor, From Russia with Love Looking back at his filmography, it isn't difficult to imagine Vladek Sheybal in a scene, lobbing Molotov cocktails at advancing German troops, against a backdrop of war-torn Warsaw. However, this part of his life played out for real. A member of the Polish underground, he was twice captured and interred in concentration camps...
18. Gene Krupa Gene Krupa Soundtrack, Raging Bull Gene married Ethel McGuire in 1934. She was the switchboard operator at the Dixie Hotel where Gene was living while he was working in the pit band of "Girl Crazy." They were divorced in 1942 and remarried in 1946. Ethel died in 1955. Gene then married Patty Bowler in 1959 and they adopted two children, Mary Grace and Michael, who Gene nicknamed "BG." They were divorced in 1968.
19. Stanley Clements Stanley Clements Actor, The More the Merrier Stanley Clements realized he wanted a show-business career while he was in grammar school, and when he graduated he toured in vaudeville for two years. He then joined the touring company of Edward Bowes' (aka Major Bowes) Amateur Hour. In 1941 he was signed to a contract by 20th Century-Fox and appeared in several B films for the studio...
20. John Reynolds John Reynolds Actor, Manos: The Hands of Fate
21. Jack DeLeon Jack DeLeon Actor, The Hobbit
22. Denys Hawthorne Denys Hawthorne Actor, Emma
23. Bobbie 'Cotton' Beard Bobbie 'Cotton' Beard Actor, Hi'-Neighbor!
24. Gareth Forwood Gareth Forwood Actor, Gandhi
25. Sam Hardy Sam Hardy Actor, King Kong
26. Antonio Ferrandis Antonio Ferrandis Actor, Volver a empezar
27. Richard Caldicot Richard Caldicot Actor, Mountains of the Moon
28. Freddie Frinton Freddie Frinton Actor, Der 90. Geburtstag oder Dinner for One
29. Heather Joy Heather Joy Actress, Eye Fucked Them All Gorgeous, buxom, and shapely 5'2" brunette knockout Heather Joy was born on August 11, 1985 in New Jersey. She was half Italian and half Japanese. Heather worked as a visual director for the department stores Macy's, Forever 21, and Bloomingdale's in New York City from 2004 to 2008. Joy did her first nude photo shoot for the website SuicideGirls.com in 2005...
30. Joey Rourke Joey Rourke Actor, Bullet
31. Don Barclay Don Barclay Actor, Cinderella
32. James A. Michener James A. Michener Writer, South Pacific
33. José René Ruiz José René Ruiz Actor, Under the Volcano
34. Gertrude Flynn Gertrude Flynn Actress, Funny Girl
35. Diane Fawcett Walls Diane Fawcett Walls Self, Farrah Fawcett: America's Angel
36. Peter Bromilow Peter Bromilow Actor, Wild at Heart
37. Etta Jones Etta Jones Actress, The Big Broadcast of 1936
38. Claude Stroud Claude Stroud Actor, Breakfast at Tiffany's
39. Richard Lyon Richard Lyon Actor, Anna and the King of Siam
40. Al Hopson Al Hopson Actor, The Wedding Singer
41. Louis Nicoletti Louis Nicoletti Actor, The Golf Game
42. Steve J. Spears Steve J. Spears Writer, Ghosts CAN Do It
43. Edric Connor Edric Connor Actor, Moby Dick
44. Reid Smith Reid Smith Actor, Tennessee Stallion
45. Bunny Waters Bunny Waters Actress, Dangerous When Wet Bunny Waters trained as a swimmer with Johnny Weissmuller in free style but unfortunately lost her amateur standing when she appeared in Bathing Beauty in a bathing suit. Her unofficial freestyle record was not broken until 1958. She toured Europe with The Glamzons in the '30's. She married Johnny Green in November of "43...
46. Adam Kennedy Adam Kennedy Actor, Men in War Novelist, actor and artist. Adapted his 1975 novel "The Domino Principle" into the screenplay for Stanley Kramer's 1977 film of the same title, and wrote nine other screenplays as well. His oil paintings and watercolors have been exhibited in the United States and Europe.
47. Dan Wheldon Dan Wheldon Self, Episode #18.145
48. Stu Hart Stu Hart Self, Hitman Hart: Wrestling with Shadows
49. Vince Townsend Jr. Vince Townsend Jr. Actor, Weird Science
50. James Medina James Medina Actor, The Mambo Kings
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