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1. Mary Wickes Mary Wickes Actress, Sister Act From the grand old school of wisecracking, loud and lanky Mary Wickes had few peers while forging a career as a salty scene-stealer. Her abrupt, tell-it-like-it-is demeanor made her a consistent audience favorite on every medium for over six decades. She was particularly adroit in film parts that chided the super rich or exceptionally pious...
2. Russell Means Russell Means Actor, The Last of the Mohicans Russell Means was born an Oglala/Lakota Sioux Indian. He was the first national director of the American Indian Movement (AIM) in which role he became prominent during the 1973 standoff with the U.S. government at Wounded Knee. In 1987, he joined the U.S. Libertarian Party and announced his candidacy for the party's presidential nomination...
3. Cleavon Little Cleavon Little Actor, Blazing Saddles Versatile, charismatic African-American actor Cleavon Little was born on June 1, 1939, in Oklahoma but grew up in California and attended San Diego College. He earned a scholarship to Juilliard and moved to New York, then trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Art and was soon appearing off-Broadway...
4. Nelson de la Rosa Nelson de la Rosa Actor, The Island of Dr. Moreau
5. Lino Ventura Lino Ventura Actor, Army of Shadows One of France's most beloved character stars from the 1950s through and including the 1980s was the Italian-born Lino Ventura. Born Angiolino Joseph Pascal Ventura to Giovanni Ventura and Luisa Borrini, on July 14, 1919, in Parma (northern) Italy, young Lino moved with his family at a young age to Paris...
6. Soupy Sales Soupy Sales Self, The Match Game
7. Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Actor, Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law Canadian-born actor Arthur Hill was raised in the Saskatchewan town of Melfort. The son of a lawyer, he served with the Royal Canadian Air Force during WWII before receiving his college education at the University of British Columbia. Intending on following in his father's footsteps in the field of law...
8. Ivor Francis Ivor Francis Actor, Dusty's Trail Ivor Francis, besides his many roles on television and at the movies, acted on radio as well in shows like "Fibber McGee and Molly"; on Broadway in shows such as "J.B." with Christopher Plummer, and came west to California when New York plays turned mostly to musicals. He worked in films, television and in day-time soaps as well...
9. Roland Winters Roland Winters Actor, Blue Hawaii
10. Tim Ryan Tim Ryan Actor, From Here to Eternity
11. Ajit Ajit Actor, Zanjeer
12. Anthony Chinn Anthony Chinn Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark
13. Russ Grieve Russ Grieve Actor, The Hills Have Eyes
14. Sam Harris Sam Harris Actor, The Spirit of Gallipoli
15. Napoleon Whiting Napoleon Whiting Actor, Giant
16. Diana Van der Vlis Diana Van der Vlis Actress, X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes
17. Steve Dillon Steve Dillon Writer, Preacher
18. Rodney Anoai Rodney Anoai Actor, WWE Raw The man who would eventually become known as Yokozuna was born in San Francisco on October 22, 1966. He came from a wrestling family, as his uncles were Afa Anoai and Sika Anoai. He was trained by his uncles and Sam Fatu as a teenager and wrestled in Alabama and the USWA under the name Kokina Anoai. He already weighed 400 pounds...
19. Denis Simpson Denis Simpson Actor, Polka Dot Door
20. Jane Dornacker Jane Dornacker Actress, The Right Stuff Jane Dornacker was a U.S. Postal worker turned comedienne and musician. She was a member of the bands The Tubes and Leila and the Snakes. In the 1980s she turned from comedy and music to playing music and doing traffic reports on radio stations in San Francisco and New York City. She also had a featured role in the motion picture The Right Stuff as Nurse Murch...
21. Feng Tien Feng Tien Actor, A Better Tomorrow
22. Ellen Widmann Ellen Widmann Actress, M
23. Craig Reynolds Craig Reynolds Actor, The Mystery of Mr. Wong
24. John Garrick John Garrick Actor, Just Imagine The Brighton College-educated actor and singer John Garrick forsook his first job as a bank clerk for the musical stage. He took his first steps on the boards of variety in 1924, later touring Britain and Australia under the name 'Reginald Dandy' in musical comedies and operettas. Motion pictures soon beckoned and Garrick relocated to the U.S...
25. Richard Bennett Richard Bennett Actor, The Magnificent Ambersons
26. Eric Ambler Eric Ambler Writer, The Way Ahead
27. Molly O'Day Molly O'Day Actress, The Patent Leather Kid
28. Dorothy Shay Dorothy Shay Actress, Comin' Round the Mountain
29. Paul Hardwick Paul Hardwick Actor, Romeo and Juliet
30. Neriman Köksal Neriman Köksal Actress, Sekerpare
31. Henry Bergman Henry Bergman Actor, Modern Times
32. Peter Hume Peter Hume Actor, Meatballs
33. Joseph M. Schenck Joseph M. Schenck Miscellaneous Crew, The General People liked Joseph M. Schenck. Anyone who knew both him and his brother Nicholas Schenck would comment on how different they were. He came to New York in 1893 and, with his younger brother, built a drugstore business. They risked some profits and made more money in amusement parks. Marcus Loew bought one of their parks in 1907...
34. William C. Thompson William C. Thompson Cinematographer, Plan 9 from Outer Space
35. Carolyn Conwell Carolyn Conwell Actress, Torn Curtain
36. Katherine Victor Katherine Victor Miscellaneous Crew, Aladdin and the King of Thieves Born Katena Ktenavea in the Hell's Kitchen district of Manhattan, the future TV and movie actress grew up in Los Angeles and began her acting career on the stage and radio in the late '40s. She made her film debut in the campy sci-fi adventure _Mesa of Lost Women (1952)_; five years later she starred as the imperious Dr...
37. Mehar Mittal Mehar Mittal Actor, Walayati Babu
38. Tony Adams Tony Adams Producer, The Pink Panther Strikes Again
39. Jack Melford Jack Melford Actor, A Shot in the Dark
40. Michael Granger Michael Granger Actor, The Big Heat
41. Henrietta Moore Henrietta Moore Actress, The Day Mars Invaded Earth
42. Stefano Satta Flores Stefano Satta Flores Actor, We All Loved Each Other So Much
43. Nate Irwin Nate Irwin Actor, The Thing Nate Irwin was born in Gregory, Arkansas on 8 August 1936, the 7th of 10 children. As a child he picked cotton until the family moved to Oregon when he was 14. He went into the Navy at 19 with his brother Jack. At 20 he married Nancy Edwards whom he met while stationed in Washington State. They had 3 children during their marriage and he had a 23 year career in the US Coast Guard...
44. John-Roger John-Roger Producer, The Wayshower For over 50 years, John-Roger, DSS (Doctor of Spiritual Science), has traveled the world, guiding people to find the Spirit within themselves and teaching how to live a healthy, loving, peaceful, and rewarding life. In 1971, John-Roger, DSS founded the nondenominational Church of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness...
45. Pretty Boy Floyd Pretty Boy Floyd One of seven children of dirt-poor Georgia farmers, Charles Arthur Floyd was born on February 3, 1904. His family moved to Oklahoma shortly after his birth, where they bought a small farm. Their luck was no better in Oklahoma than it was in Georgia, and drought, plagues of insects and devastating dust storms combined to keep them just barely out of the poorhouse...
46. Carlos Batts Carlos Batts Director, Young Hollywood
47. Walter Horsbrugh Walter Horsbrugh Actor, The Abominable Dr. Phibes
48. John Axon John Axon Actor, Prime Suspect 3
49. May Irwin May Irwin Actress, Mrs. Black Is Back Born in Whitby, Ontario, May Irwin started her performing career at a young age, when she began a singing act with her younger sister Flora in 1874. The act was popular, and Irwin began working as an actress when she was 21 years old. She found success and was appearing in a Broadway show called "The Widow Jones" when Thomas A. Edison saw her and co-star John C. Rice exchanging a kiss on-stage...
50. William Harrison William Harrison Writer, Rollerball
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