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1. Maureen O'Hara Maureen O'Hara Actress, Miracle on 34th Street In America, the early performing arts accomplishments of young Maureen FitzSimons (who we know as Maureen O'Hara) would definitely have put her in the child prodigy category. However, for a child of Irish heritage surrounded by gifted parents and family, these were very natural traits. Maureen made her entrance into this caring haven on August 17...
2. Raul Julia Raul Julia Actor, The Addams Family Raul Julia was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Olga Arcelay, a mezzo-soprano singer, and Raúl Juliá, an electrical engineer. He graduated from Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola High School in San Juan. Here he studied the rigorous classical curriculum of the Jesuits and was always active in student dramatics...
3. Marcia Strassman Marcia Strassman Actress, Welcome Back, Kotter This tall, willowy brunette (frequently blonde) was born April 28, 1948, in New York City, one of four children. Raised in Passaic, New Jersey, she grew into a striking young teen and worked for a time as a model in a local children's department store. Trekking back to New York City equipped only with her modeling credentials and a natural singing talent...
4. Gene Roddenberry Gene Roddenberry Writer, Star Trek: The Next Generation
5. Edith Head Edith Head Costume Designer, Rear Window
6. Scott Plank Scott Plank Actor, Air America Scott's last feature film was the movie Holes starring Sigourney Weaver and Jon Voight, in which he had the supporting role of 'Trout Walker'; the film is due to be released in March 2003. In addition he appeared in _Flying Dutchman, The (2001)_ co-starring Rod Steiger, Saints and Sinners...
7. Don Messick Don Messick Actor, The Smurfs Don Messick is a legendary voice actor who spent his entire adult-hood in entertainment. He started out wanting to be a ventriloquist. Thankfully for cartoon lovers that career didn't pan out. How do you think his potential career would've stacked up against Edgar Bergen and later, Paul Winchell? No matter...
8. Antonia Bird Antonia Bird Director, Ravenous
9. Edith Massey Edith Massey Actress, Polyester The wonderfully eccentric, snaggle-toothed Edith Massey met director John Waters while working as a barmaid and as the owner of a thrift shop, Edith's Shopping Bag at Fells Point, Baltimore. Captured by her effervescent charm, Waters cast Massey in Multiple Maniacs as Jesus's mother. Her next role was as Mama Edie in Pink Flamingos...
10. Lamont Johnson Lamont Johnson Director, Wallenberg: A Hero's Story
11. Walter Woolf King Walter Woolf King Actor, A Night at the Opera The son of a whiskey peddler, Walter Woolf King began singing for his supper at quite a young age, in churches especially. Following graduation, he pursued his dream and partnered in a vaudeville musical act with pianist Charles Le Maire. He made his Broadway debut in 1919 and developed a resilient name for himself during the 1920s as a baritone in various operettas and musical comedies...
12. Beverly Wills Beverly Wills Actress, Some Like It Hot Light actress.
13. Pasquale Cajano Pasquale Cajano Actor, Casino
14. Michael Balfour Michael Balfour Actor, Batman Michael Balfour possessed a chubby, lived-in face which seemed to convey a perpetual state of bewilderment. The ubiquitous character actor tended to pop up in just about every second 50's or 60's British B-movie or television episode, which usually found him typecast as obtuse cabbies, wisecracking sidekicks or dumb thugs...
15. Douglas Croft Douglas Croft Actor, Yankee Doodle Dandy Who was the first "Robin, the Boy Wonder"? No, not Burt Ward, but this popular, curly-haired child actor of the 1940s. In addition to being in the first "Batman" film, he appeared in many other major films, mostly at Warner Brothers. In almost all of these films, he played the hero as a boy, "growing up" to be...
16. Trinity Loren Trinity Loren Actress, Death Dancers A very popular performer in 1980s porn, Trinity Loren was an instantly recognizable figure with her large natural breasts at a time when silicone implants were beginning to dominate the adult film industry. More voluptuous than your average porn princess, Trinity's ample figure and relaxed presence made her a sought-after performer...
17. Charmian May Charmian May Actress, Bridget Jones's Diary
18. Nat Kelly Cole Nat Kelly Cole Actor, La sporca insegna del coraggio
19. Gloria Castillo Gloria Castillo Actress, The Night of the Hunter
20. James Philbrook James Philbrook Actor, I Want to Live!
21. Jackie Robinson Jackie Robinson Self, 1953 MLB All-Star Game Jackie Robinson was the african-American who broke the color barrier in baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He was elected to the baseball Hall of Fame on January 23, 1962.
22. Raymond Francis Raymond Francis Actor, No Hiding Place
23. Joanna Lee Joanna Lee Writer, The Flintstones
24. Luis Aguilar Luis Aguilar Actor, El 7 leguas
25. Montrose Hagins Montrose Hagins Actress, The Famous Jett Jackson Montrose Hagins was an African-American television actress. She starred and been a guest on popular shows such as: Seinfeld, Roc, 227, The Golden Girls, Sister, Sister, The Hughleys, The Jamie Foxx Show, What's Happening Now, The Sinbad Show, The Famous Jett Jackson. She also became the replacement for Rosetta LeNoire as Leola Henderson-Forbes in the final season on Amen...
26. Sepp Gneissl Sepp Gneissl Actor, Gaudi in der Lederhose
27. Ivan Naranjo Ivan Naranjo Actor, The Trial of Standing Bear Ivan Orlando Naranjo was an actor. He was of Native American Indian descent (Blackfeet Nation) and had 3 children, Arleen, Gerry, and Brian. He also worked as a horse back rider for shows, like the Buffalo Bill Show in Disney Paris, as "chief Sitting Bull".
28. Fernando Soler Fernando Soler Actor, Susana
29. Peggy Moran Peggy Moran Actress, The Mummy's Hand Mary Jeanette Moran was born in Clinton, Iowa. The daughter of Louise Moran, a dancer with the famous Denishawn Dancers, and the celebrated artist Earl Moran, whose paintings graced many a barracks wall during World War II. One of Earl's favorite models was Norma Jean Baker, who later changed her name to Marilyn Monroe...
30. Lyle Latell Lyle Latell Actor, Dick Tracy's Dilemma
31. Rosey Nix Adams Rosey Nix Adams Self, The Johnny Cash Show Rosey Nix Adams was born July 13, 1958 and died October 24, 2003. She and bluegrass fiddle player Jimmy Campbell were found dead in a converted school bus. According to autopsy reports, they died from carbon monoxide poisoning. There were six propane or kerosene lanterns (as well as drug paraphernalia.) According to the results, drugs did not appear to be the cause of death.
32. Harry Hay Harry Hay Self, Gay Sex Before Zippers Harry Hay was born to a well-to-do family in the U.K, in 1912, and moved with his family to Los Angeles in 1919. He learned early in his life to trust his internal instinct and understanding of truth rather than blindly accept truth from authority. He was a member of the Communist Party and union supporter and advocate in the 1930s...
33. Milton Katselas Milton Katselas Director, Butterflies Are Free Milton Katselas has been an industry leader for decades. He was a talented director, acting teacher, writer and painter. He showcased his talent as a teacher through The Beverly Hills Playhouse for over 20 years. Milton wrote a book, titled "Dreams Into Action," which garnished international attention. He appeared on the The Oprah Winfrey Show discussing the book's success.
34. Don Costello Don Costello Actor, Here Comes Mr. Jordan A Broadway stage actor, Costello entered films in 1935 and in 1939 was put under contract with MGM. Known for his wicked sense of humor, Costello often times played the role of a menace or a tough guy.
35. Kim Anderzon Kim Anderzon Actress, Göta kanal eller Vem drog ur proppen?
36. Frank Wilson Frank Wilson Actor, Black Robe Frank Wilson left school at the age of 13. He joined the Australian Army in 1943, to escape the wartime Manpower Directorite and being placed in a "useful" job, becoming a signalman in the 7th Division, 2nd AIF. Serving in Papua New Guinea and Borneo, being discharged in late 1945. He started acting in 1948, acting up to the time of his death in 2005...
37. Ana Bertha Lepe Ana Bertha Lepe Actress, El patrullero 777
38. Pat DiCicco Pat DiCicco Actor, Night Life of the Gods
39. Mark Mulholland Mark Mulholland Actor, Far and Away
40. Dudley Digges Dudley Digges Actor, Mutiny on the Bounty
41. Valerie Taylor Valerie Taylor Actress, Repulsion
42. Sarah Whitley Sarah Whitley Self, Roundhay Garden Scene
43. Anita Björk Anita Björk Actress, Miss Julie Anita Björk is able to use simple means to give depth and character to a role. She has a way of expressing any emotion just by raising an eyebrow or twitching her lips. This was something she used to a large extent in her best movie, Alf Sjöberg's Miss Julie where she played the young lady at a country manor, planning to elope with Jean the butler...
44. Rosa Parks Rosa Parks Self, Of Civil Wrongs & Rights: The Fred Korematsu Story
45. Simone Mareuil Simone Mareuil Actress, Un Chien Andalou
46. John Albright John Albright Actor, Gangster Story
47. Cheryl Walker Cheryl Walker Actress, Identity Unknown
48. Janet Brandt Janet Brandt Actress, The Mad Adventures of 'Rabbi' Jacob
49. Hans Dreier Hans Dreier Art Director, Sunset Blvd. The extraordinarily prolific and eclectic art director Hans Dreier studied at Munich University, majoring in engineering and architecture. Following military service during the First World War, he spent time working as a supervising architect in the Cameroons and South Africa. From 1919 to 1923, he joined Germany's pre-eminent film company...
50. Manna Dey Manna Dey Music Department, Sholay
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