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1. Tom Bosley Tom Bosley Actor, The Back-up Plan
2. Joseph Wiseman Joseph Wiseman Actor, Dr. No Joseph Wiseman was born on May 15, 1918 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He came to Broadway in the 1930s, where he was critically hailed for performances in Shakespeare's "King Lear", Clifford Odets' "Golden Boy" and Anton Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya". Motion pictures in which Wiseman has been seen include Detective Story...
3. Gig Young Gig Young Actor, They Shoot Horses, Don't They? Affable, immensely likable American actor, usually in second leads. A native of Minnesota, his parents John and Emma Barr raised him in Washington, DC. He developed a passion for the theatre while appearing in high school plays. After some amateur experience, he applied for and received a scholarship to the acclaimed Pasadena Community Playhouse...
4. Graham Crowden Graham Crowden Actor, Out of Africa The imposing Scottish character actor Graham Crowden was one of the most recognizable and reliable British screen actors who worked for over half a century. He was the third of four children of a Scottish Presbyterian classics teacher. His first job was in a tannery in Edinburgh. He joined the Royal Scots Youth Battalion in 1940...
5. Phyllis Kirk Phyllis Kirk Actress, House of Wax Of Danish descent, and born in Syracuse, New York, Phyllis Kirk worked as a waitress and a perfume counter clerk before she began a modeling career. Stage roles ensued before Hollywood beckoned. She was a contract player at MGM and then Warner Brothers, where in her most famous role she was stalked by maniacal sculptor Vincent Price in House of Wax...
6. Gerard Parkes Gerard Parkes Actor, The Boondock Saints
7. John Hodiak John Hodiak Actor, Battleground Pittsburgh-born John Hodiak was one of several up-and-coming male talents who managed to take advantage of the dearth of WWII-era superstars (MGM's Clark Gable, Van Johnson, Robert Taylor and James Stewart, among others) who were off serving their country. John's early death at age 41, however, robbed Hollywood of a strong player and promising character star...
8. Lynda Bellingham Lynda Bellingham Self, Episode #1.13
9. Martha Raye Martha Raye Actress, Monsieur Verdoux Known as "The Big Mouth" and considered the female equivalent to Bob Hope, Martha Raye was an American icon in her own right. She was born Margy Reed in Butte, Montana, to Maybelle Hazel (Hooper) and Peter Reed, Jr., vaudeville performers. She had Irish, German, and English ancestry. Raye made her...
10. Noel Harrison Noel Harrison Actor, The Best of Enemies
11. Guy Rolfe Guy Rolfe Actor, Dolls Gaunt and saturnine British character actor of stage, screen and television, Guy Rolfe first made his stage debut in 1936, the same year he had a small uncredited bit part in Knight Without Armor. Rolfe had spent his early twenties as a professional race car driver and boxer before making the move into films...
12. Rudy Ray Moore Rudy Ray Moore Actor, Dolemite
13. Raymond Huntley Raymond Huntley Actor, Room at the Top Birmingham-born Raymond Huntley was one of those instantly recognisable, mannered types that popped up in classic British films of the 1940's and 50's. Tall and austere, he had a somewhat mean, sour-faced look, accentuated whenever staring with icy disdain from behind horn-rimmed spectacles. This, and his trademark dry delivery...
14. Kim Schmidt Kim Schmidt Actress, Spectre
15. Maurice Gosfield Maurice Gosfield Actor, The Thrill of It All Maurice Lionel Gosfield was on January 28, 1913 in New York City, but was raised in Philadelphia and later Evanston, Il., where he began acting with the Ralph Bellamy and Melvyn Douglas Players, later joining the summer stock theater circuit in 1930. He made his Broadway debut as Manero in the play Siege in 1937...
16. Jon Locke Jon Locke Actor, Cinderella Liberty Jon Locke graduated from Florida State University. He went on world tour for 11 months with the US Air Force for the play, "Flame Out", written and directed by Alan Mowbray. He was honorably discharged in time to recreate the co-starring role of Tex, an F-86 fighter pilot in the Broadway production directed by Mowbray and produced by John Wayne...
17. Betty Bronson Betty Bronson Actress, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ Betty Bronson's discovery reads like a Hollywood dream. As a New Jersey teenage bit-player, she was rocketed from obscurity when she was chosen to play the part of Peter Pan in 1924's Peter Pan. She was hand-selected by author J.M. Barrie and beat several Hollywood superstars to the part, most notably Gloria Swanson and Mary Pickford...
18. James Vickery James Vickery Actor, Color the Luftwaffe Red
19. John Meredyth Lucas John Meredyth Lucas Writer, Elaan of Troyius
20. Claudia Drake Claudia Drake Actress, Detour
21. Karlo Bulic Karlo Bulic Actor, The Fourteen Days
22. Russ Brown Russ Brown Actor, Anatomy of a Murder
23. Geraldine Dreyfuss Geraldine Dreyfuss Actress, Down and Out in Beverly Hills
24. Eleanor Keaton Eleanor Keaton Self, Buster Keaton Rides Again
25. Eddy Donno Eddy Donno Stunts, Scarface
26. Ray Lovejoy Ray Lovejoy Editor, The Shining
27. Mark Drewry Mark Drewry Actor, About a Boy
28. Carsta Löck Carsta Löck Actress, Emil and the Piglet
29. Jack G. Lee Jack G. Lee Actor, On the Town
30. Oldrich Lipský Oldrich Lipský Writer, Lemonade Joe
31. Ann Coyle Ann Coyle Actress, Weird Science
32. Herman Hack Herman Hack Actor, The Rawhide Terror
33. Wolf Rilla Wolf Rilla Director, Village of the Damned Born in Berlin, Germany, in 1894, Wolf Rilla was the son of German actor Walter Rilla. When Nazi leader Adolf Hitler came to power, the elder Rilla--who was Jewish--moved his family to London, England. After completing his education, Wolf went to work for the BBC World Review in 1942, and in the late 1940s transferred to the network's newly created television service...
34. Pilar Miró Pilar Miró Director, The Dog in the Manger Born to a military family. Attends law studies before starting a newspaper career. In 1960 starts on TV. Joins the Socialist Party in 1976 and conducts the electoral campaign in 1982 and in the same year she is designated General Director of Cinema. Resigning in 1985, the next year she joins the State Television (RTE)...
35. Jonathan Swift Jonathan Swift Writer, Gulliver's Travels Anglo-Irish author of the celebrated novel "Gulliver's Travels" (1726). He has been called the foremost prose satirist in the English language.
36. Lynn Mathis Lynn Mathis Actor, The Life of David Gale
37. Jayashree Jayashree Actress, Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani Jayashree was an accomplised Bollywood actress, and had acted in other Indian language movies as well. She married noted Rajaram V. Shantaram. She is the second wife of Rajaram V. Shantaram. She has two children, a daughter, namely the famous Bollywood beauty, Rajshree, and one son, Kiran Shantaram...
38. Ralston Hill Ralston Hill Actor, 1776
39. Paul Bollen Paul Bollen Actor, Demolition Man
40. Georges Descrières Georges Descrières Actor, Two for the Road
41. Jacqueline du Pré Jacqueline du Pré Soundtrack, Hilary and Jackie Jacqueline Mary du Pré was born in Oxford on January 26, 1945. Her parents were Iris and Derek du Pré, and she had one older sister, Hilary. She began to show incredible musical promise at a very young age, and began to play the cello at the age of four, after hearing it on a BBC radio program. At five...
42. Arthur Ibbetson Arthur Ibbetson Cinematographer, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
43. Mike Hegstrand Mike Hegstrand Actor, Hawk & Animal
44. Barbara Sheldon Barbara Sheldon Actress, The Lucky Texan
45. Diana Webster Diana Webster Actress, The Karate Kid, Part III
46. Paul America Paul America Actor, Ciao Manhattan Paul Johnson, a strapping blonde young man from New Jersey, was reportedly discovered in mid-1965 by theatrical producer Lester Persky at the discotheque Ondine and brought to the attention of Andy Warhol at Warhol's "Factory" (work-living space). According to Warhol, "Paul was unbelievably good-looking - like a comic-strip drawing of Mr...
47. Jeff Rudom Jeff Rudom Actor, Unleashed
48. James Glennon James Glennon Cinematographer, About Schmidt American cinematographer and something of a Renaissance man. The son of famed cinematographer Bert Glennon, James Glennon and his brothers learned photography at their father's feet. (Their mother was script supervisor Mary Coleman.) James Glennon began work in the Warner Bros. mail room, where...
49. Harold French Harold French Director, Trio London-born Harold French made his name on the stage, both as an actor and director. He crossed over to films, making his acting debut in 1920. He became a director shortly before the beginning of World War II, debuting with The Cavalier of the Streets, and made a well-received adaptation of A.E.W. Mason's thriller...
50. Robert Kalloch Robert Kalloch Costume Designer, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Bespectacled, academic-looking costume designer, who did his best work during the heyday of Columbia screwball comedy (1932-40). Particularly memorable and evocative examples of his creative flair are Claudette Colbert's outfits for It Happened One Night, Irene Dunne's in The Awful Truth; and Rosalind Russell's for His Girl Friday...
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