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1. François Truffaut François Truffaut Writer, The 400 Blows François began to assiduously go to the movies at 7. He was also a great reader but not a good pupil. He left school at 14 and started working. In 1947, aged 15, he founded a film club and met André Bazin, a French critic, who becomes his protector. Bazin helped the delinquent Truffaut and also when he was put in jail because he deserted the army...
2. Tara Correa-McMullen Tara Correa-McMullen Actress, Rebound
3. Fred Berry Fred Berry Actor, Rerun's Comedy Jam For a while in the 1970s, Fred Berry was one of the biggest stars on American television. The former dancer, who became a star in the sitcom What's Happening!! ballooned until his weight became a threat to his health. He battled with food, drink, drugs and women, marrying 6 times to 4 women in total. Diabetes was diagnosed...
4. Elissa Landi Elissa Landi Actress, After the Thin Man Elissa Landi was born in Venice, Italy, on December 6, 1904. From childhood she was fascinated with the stage. As many little girls did at the time, Elissa wanted nothing more than to be a big star on the great stages of Europe. Her acting career started out at local theater companies, eventually leading her to the hallowed stages of London...
5. Yash Chopra Yash Chopra Producer, Veer-Zaara Labeled the eternal romantic and with one of the best musical senses in the business, Yash Chopra is arguably India's most successful director of romantic films. Although he made action-oriented films like the ever-popular Deewaar, it is in tackling love and its various aspects that he has been at his best...
6. Don Fellows Don Fellows Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark
7. Elliott Smith Elliott Smith Soundtrack, Good Will Hunting
8. Milton Selzer Milton Selzer Actor, General Hospital Possessing one of TV's more identifiable mugs, Jewish-American character actor Milton Selzer was here, there and everywhere in the 1960s and 1970s, playing a host of usually unsympathetic mobsters, gamblers, and crooks with a sad, almost pathetic quality in about every popular crime story offered, notably The Untouchables...
9. Jack Kerouac Jack Kerouac Writer, On the Road Jack Kerouac was born into a French-Canadian family and spoke French before he learned English. His father was a printer and a local businessman. His first-ever story was inspired by the radio show "The Shadow". As a young writer he styled himself after Thomas Wolfe, and attended Columbia University...
10. Marie McDonald Marie McDonald Actress, The Geisha Boy Kentucky-born Marie McDonald, born Cora Marie Frye in 1923, was a leggy, voluptuous blonde starlet who pursued her career with a vengeance but found little reward in the end. Her mother was a former Ziegfeld girl and her grandmother an operatic singer. Her father, on the other hand, was not so artistically inclined...
11. Peter Barkworth Peter Barkworth Actor, Where Eagles Dare
12. Robert Winley Robert Winley Actor, Terminator 2: Judgment Day
13. Bob Todd Bob Todd Actor, Superman III
14. Olive Blakeney Olive Blakeney Actress, That Uncertain Feeling
15. Peter Risch Peter Risch Actor, Ghoulies
16. Raymond Hatton Raymond Hatton Actor, In Cold Blood The son of a physician, Raymond Hatton entered films in 1909, eventually appearing in almost 500 other pictures. In early silents he formed a comedy team with big, burly Wallace Beery. He was best known as the tobacco-chewing, rip-snorting Rusty Joslin in the Three Mesquiteers series. He was also in the Rough Riders series and appeared as Johnny Mack Brown's sidekick as well...
17. Jim Garrison Jim Garrison Actor, JFK Jim Garrison is so far the only one to hold a trial in relation to the murder of USA president John F. Kennedy in 1963. Jim Garrison was at the time a very skilled district attorney of New Orleans. Three years later, he has a conversation with a governor, which arose his suspicion of the whole affair...
18. Diane Thomas Diane Thomas Writer, Romancing the Stone
19. Elizabeth Bell Elizabeth Bell Actress, The German Woman A prolific stage and television actress Elizabeth Bell was born on 20th March 1941. Though born in Leeds she was brought up by her mother in Scarborough. In 1961,having graduated with honours from the Central School of Speech and Drama she began acting with the Royal Court Theatre in London and was also a founder member of the New Vic in Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire...
20. Bob Simmons Bob Simmons Stunts, Goldfinger
21. Arthur Schnitzler Arthur Schnitzler Writer, Eyes Wide Shut
22. George Hall George Hall Actor, Big Daddy
23. Maxene Andrews Maxene Andrews Actress, Buck Privates Ms. Andrews and her sisters, Patty and Laverne, were one of the most successful women's singing groups, with 19 gold records and sales of nearly 100 million copies. The sisters began performing in the early 1930's when the Depression wiped out their father's business. In 1937, the trio of sisters scored their first big hit with 'Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen'...
24. Karen Kim Karen Kim Actress, U.S. Seals II Karen Kim's family moved to United States back in the sixties from Seoul, Korea. Karen's father (who currently owns many car dealerships in Los Angeles area) and her mother, former Miss Korea (who owns a successful beauty salon) has always been supportive of her modeling and acting career. Although Karen has won the title of Miss Korea back in the late eighties...
25. Shannon Hoon Shannon Hoon Soundtrack, Private Parts
26. Ernest Haller Ernest Haller Cinematographer, Gone with the Wind Distinguished American cinematographer Ernest Haller started in the industry in 1914 as an actor with Biograph after leaving his first job as a bank clerk. Within one year he discovered his true calling: being on the other side of the camera. By 1920, he had become a full director of photography and would go on to handle prestige pictures ...
27. Daryl Duke Daryl Duke Director, The Silent Partner
28. Abel Salazar Abel Salazar Actor, The Brainiac [TV]
29. Donald Goines Donald Goines Writer, Never Die Alone Robert Goines, the African American writer who turned out 16 novels under his own name and his pseudonym "Al C. Clark" in his brief literary career, was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1937. He was sent to Catholic school by his family, who expected young Donald to get his education and eventually work in the family's laundry business...
30. Peter Moffatt Peter Moffatt Director, The Five Doctors
31. Patricia Palmer Patricia Palmer Actress, The Kiss
32. Alan Rowe Alan Rowe Actor, Horror of Fang Rock: Part Four
33. George McGovern George McGovern Self, George McGovern/Madness George McGovern, one of the leading liberals in U.S. politics, was born in a Republican household in a small South Dakota town. His family had some struggles during the Great Depression, but they were able to make ends meet. The young, idealistic man joined the Air Force during World War II and became a bomber pilot...
34. Benjamin C. Bradlee Benjamin C. Bradlee Self, Fuck
35. Henry Armetta Henry Armetta Actor, The Black Cat Sicilian-born character actor who appeared in scores of American films, usually as an exuberant and demonstrative Italian. As a teenager in 1902, Armetta stowed away on a boat bound for New York. There he did menial jobs until landing a position as a valet and presser at the Lambs Club, the New York actors' club...
36. Irma Lozano Irma Lozano Actress, Sangre derramada
37. Randhawa Randhawa Actor, Hari Darshan
38. Sandy West Sandy West Self, Edgeplay Drummer, singer, songwriter and guitarist Sandy West was born as Sandy Pesavento on July 10, 1959 in Long Beach, California and was raised in Huntington Beach. The most athletic of seven sisters, Sandy was an avid surfer and water skier. West began playing the violin as a kid, but soon switched to drums at age nine after her grandfather bought her a drum kit...
39. Harp McGuire Harp McGuire Actor, On the Beach
40. Sayeeda Khan Sayeeda Khan Actress, Char Dervesh
41. Ted Kazanoff Ted Kazanoff Actor, Causa Mortis
42. Dinorah Judith Dinorah Judith Actress, El fantástico mundo de los hippies
43. Jewel Rose Jewel Rose Actress, The Shoplifters
44. Dan White Dan White Uncategorised Dan White was a former paratrooper in Vietnam who joined the San Francisco Police Department in 1969. In 1973, he left the force and joined the fire department, winning many awards for bravery. In 1977 he was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. The following year, he resigned from the Board...
45. Ezelle Poule Ezelle Poule Actress, The Howling Man
46. Jo Howard Jo Howard Producer, Back to Earth (Part One)
47. Narendra Bedi Narendra Bedi Director, Aadalat
48. Gianni Ferrio Gianni Ferrio Soundtrack, Inglourious Basterds
49. Felix Felton Felix Felton Actor, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
50. Dorothy Hale Dorothy Hale Actress, The Rise of Catherine the Great Dorothy Hale was born Dorothy Donovan in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At the age of sixteen, She was sent to a convent. Then she attended a drama school. She was a good friend of Claire Booth Luce and even starred in a theatre production called "Abide By Me." Dorothy was known for her incredible beauty and charm...
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