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1. Janice Rule Janice Rule Actress, 3 Women One of the most versatile actresses, Janice Rule was born in Norwood, Ohio, on August 15, 1931. Janice made her screen debut in the star-studded movie Goodbye, My Fancy. She played the rival for James Stewart's affections, and was driven away by witch Kim Novak, in Bell Book and Candle, a pre-Bewitched comedy...
2. Joan Hickson Joan Hickson Actress, Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side Joan Hickson was born in 1906 at Kingsthorpe, Northampton. Her stage career began with provincial theater in 1927, going on to a long series of West End comedies, usually playing the part of a confused or eccentric middle-age woman. She performed at the Regent's Park Open Air Theater, at the time London was subject to World War II bombing...
3. Levi Stubbs Levi Stubbs Actor, Little Shop of Horrors
4. Joey Bishop Joey Bishop Actor, The Delta Force Perpetually glum standup comedian Joey Bishop was born Joseph Abraham Gottlieb on February 3, 1918, in the Bronx, New York. He was the youngest of five children of Chana "Anna" (Siegel) and Jacob Gottlieb, a bicycle repairman. His father was an Austrian Jewish immigrant and his mother was a Romanian Jew...
5. Tennessee Ernie Ford Tennessee Ernie Ford Self, The Fabulous Fordies Composer, singer and author, educated at the Cincinnati Conservatory. He appeared at the London Palladium, and made many records. He also owned a cattle ranch in California. Joining ASCAP in 1958, his popular-song compositions include "Hogtied Over You", "Kiss Me Big" and "Softly and Tenderly".
6. Rosanna Schiaffino Rosanna Schiaffino Actress, Ro.Go.Pa.G.
7. Julius Harris Julius Harris Actor, Live and Let Die Prior to breaking into films, Philadelphia native Julius Harris worked as a bouncer in New York City. It was due to his many associations with struggling actors, that on a dare, Harris auditioned for his first role, in the well-received picture Nothing But a Man, in which he played a father in the South, alongside Ivan Dixon and Abbey Lincoln...
8. Frédéric Chopin Frédéric Chopin Soundtrack, The Prestige Frédéric François Chopin was born Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin, on March 1, 1810, in Zelazowa Wola, Masovia region, Duchy of Warsaw, Poland. His father, named Mikolaj (Nicolas) Chopin, was a Frenchman who came to Poland from Lorraine, and eventually became professor at Warsaw Lyceum. His mother, named Tekla Justina Krzyzanovska...
9. Rebecca Welles Rebecca Welles Self, Episode dated 5 August 1970
10. Lou Scheimer Lou Scheimer Producer, The Secret of the Sword
11. Jay Livingston Jay Livingston Soundtrack, The Godfather Jay Livingston was born March 28, 1915 in McDonald, Pennsylvania. He (along with his partner Ray Evans) composed many songs for movies such as To Each His Own, Tammy and the Bachelor and Academy Award winning songs "Mona Lisa" from the movie Captain Carey, U.S.A., "Buttons and Bows" from the movie The Paleface and "Que Sera Sera" from the movie The Man Who Knew Too Much...
12. Kôji Wakamatsu Kôji Wakamatsu Director, United Red Army
13. John Halliday John Halliday Actor, The Philadelphia Story Fought with the British Army during the Boer War, then dug for gold nuggets in Nevada. Switched to acting, first in Gilbert & Sullivan plays, then on Broadway from 1912 to 1936 (last in 'Tovarich' as Prince Alexandrovitch). Though Brooklyn-born, he usually sported an upper-crust British accent. Incisive and dapper actor with a penchant for sophisticated comedy...
14. Peter Bray Peter Bray Producer, The Art of War
15. Anne Crawford Anne Crawford Actress, Knights of the Round Table
16. Tron Tron Uncategorised
17. Ben Welden Ben Welden Actor, The Fighting Seabees Character actor of distinctly American persona who nevertheless made several films in Britain before returning to the U.S. to carve out a career as a familiar face in American movies. Short, bald and built like a tank with a streetwise character and a Damon Runyan accent, Welden played countless gangsters and smalltime hoods...
18. Sam Flint Sam Flint Actor, Winds of the Wasteland
19. Daniel Emilfork Daniel Emilfork Actor, The City of Lost Children
20. George Barrows George Barrows Actor, Robot Monster
21. Michael Balcon Michael Balcon Producer, Kind Hearts and Coronets Michael Balcon started in films as a distributor, then a producer from the early 1920s, helping to launch the career of Alfred Hitchcock. In the 1930s, Balcon was prominent in building up a huge annual production programme of films for both Gainsborough and Gaumont-British. Head of MGM-British, 1936-38...
22. Ruby Dandridge Ruby Dandridge Actress, Dead Reckoning
23. María Fernanda Ibáñez María Fernanda Ibáñez Actress, La madrina del diablo
24. Robert Moberly Robert Moberly Actor, Into the Night
25. Teresa Brewer Teresa Brewer Self, Teresa Brewer Singer, songwriter ("Down the Holiday Trail"), and author. Educated at Waite High School and later a singer in theaters and night clubs and on radio and television. She made many records and joined ASCAP in 1956. Her other song compositions include "I Love Mickey", "Imp", "There's Nothing as Lonesome as Saturday Night", and "Hush-a-bye, Wink-a-bye Do".
26. Ronald S. Kass Ronald S. Kass Producer, Melody Ronald Kass grew up in Hollywood and attended Fairfax High School where he played in the original Tijuna Brass. He went on to get a degree in accounting at USC after which he married his college sweetheart, Anita. He worked at Liberty records which sent him to London to head up their European Division under EMI...
27. Edwin Max Edwin Max Actor, Come Back, Little Sheba
28. John Stuart John Stuart Actor, Superman
29. Savannah Gold Savannah Gold Actress, SSI: Sex Squad Investigation Buxom and shapely 5'2" blonde bombshell Savannah Gold was born on October 29, 1984 in Yorkshire, England. Savannah started out performing in amateur hardcore fare under her real name of Natalie Heck in her native England. She subsequently went on to work in more professional adult movies for such major companies as Hustler...
30. Gene Twombly Gene Twombly Actor, It's All Done with Mirrors
31. J.G. Devlin J.G. Devlin Actor, Far and Away
32. Harry Kleiner Harry Kleiner Writer, Bullitt
33. Susan Odin Susan Odin Actress, The Night of the Tartar
34. Mema Stathopoulou Mema Stathopoulou Actress, Oi sfaires den gyrizoun piso
35. Vic Mizzy Vic Mizzy Soundtrack, The Addams Family
36. Franco Prosperi Franco Prosperi Director, Hercules in the Haunted World
37. Frank Baxter Frank Baxter Actor, Lady in Waiting
38. Alan R. Kessler Alan R. Kessler Actor, The Shawshank Redemption
39. Soledad Jiménez Soledad Jiménez Actress, Kid Galahad
40. Terry Runte Terry Runte Writer, Super Mario Bros.
41. Vijay Bhatt Vijay Bhatt Director, Baiju Bawra
42. Karl Ludwig Lindt Karl Ludwig Lindt Actor, One, Two, Three
43. Vittorio Nino Novarese Vittorio Nino Novarese Costume Designer, Incanto di mezzanotte
44. Anna Nakagawa Anna Nakagawa Actress, Cure
45. S.J. Perelman S.J. Perelman Writer, Around the World in Eighty Days Oscar-winning screenwriter S. J. Perelman was one of the great American humorists, a master at short fiction involving word play and satire who influenced countless American humorists, including Woody Allen. He was born Simeon Joseph Perleman (though known as Sidney or Sydney to family and friends) on February 1...
46. Walter Shenson Walter Shenson Producer, A Hard Day's Night
47. R.S. Allen R.S. Allen Writer, The Hill
48. Megan Meier Megan Meier Uncategorised
49. Chili Williams Chili Williams Actress, Raw Deal Chili Williams was born Marian Sorenson on December 18, 1921 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. When she was a teenager she moved to New York City to become a model. Agent Harry Conover signed her and decided to change her name. In 1943 a photo of Chili wearing a polka-dot bikini appeared in Life magazine. Over the next few months she received more than 350,000 fan letters...
50. Julia Dean Julia Dean Actress, The Curse of the Cat People
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