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1. Richard Harris Richard Harris Actor, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone A genuine star of cinema on screen and a fiery hell raiser off screen, Richard St John Harris was born on October 1, 1930 in Limerick, Ireland, to a farming family. He was the son of Mildred Josephine (Harty) and Ivan John Harris, and was an excellent rugby player, with a strong passion for literature...
2. Vincent Price Vincent Price Actor, House of Usher Actor, writer, and gourmet, Vincent Leonard Price, Jr. was born in St Louis, Missouri, to Marguerite Cobb (Wilcox) and Vincent Leonard Price, Sr., president of the National Candy Company. He traveled through Europe, studied at Yale and became an actor. He made his screen debut in 1938, and after many minor roles...
3. Lisa Blount Lisa Blount Actress, An Officer and a Gentleman
4. Marcia Wallace Marcia Wallace Actress, The Simpsons Movie Some might have easily doled out the phrase "laughing on the outside, crying on the inside" to describe funny lady Marcia Wallace and her many uphill battles, in both life and career, over the past three-and-a-half decades, but the carrot-cropped comedienne, with the ever-toothy smile, remains optimistic to this day as she forges on...
5. Mildred Natwick Mildred Natwick Actress, Dangerous Liaisons A disarming character lady quite capable of scene-stealing, Mildred Natwick was a well-rounded talent with distinctively dowdy features and idiosyncratic tendencies who, over a six-decade period, assembled together a number of unforgettable matrons on stage and (eventually) film and TV. Whimsical, feisty...
6. Nigel Davenport Nigel Davenport Actor, Chariots of Fire
7. Forrest Tucker Forrest Tucker Actor, Auntie Mame Forrest Tucker, best known to the Baby Boom generation as Sergeant O'Rourke on the classic TV sitcom F Troop, was born on February 12, 1919, in Plainfield, Indiana. He began his performing career at age 14 at the 1933 Chicago "Century of Progress" World's Fair, pushing big wicker tourists' chairs by day and singing at night...
8. Viveca Lindfors Viveca Lindfors Actress, Stargate Ms. Lindfors was a Swedish born actress whose stage and screen career in the U.S. and Sweden spanned more than a half century. She was brought to Hollywood in 1946 by Warner Brothers in the hope that she would be a new Greta Garbo or Ingrid Bergman. She appeared with Ronald Reagan in her first Hollywood film...
9. Hal Needham Hal Needham Stunts, Little Big Man As the highest paid stuntman in the world, Hal Needham broke 56 bones, his back twice, punctured a lung and knocked out a few teeth. His career has included work on 4500 television episodes and 310 feature films as a stuntman, stunt coordinator, 2nd unit director and ultimately, director. He wrote and directed some of the most financially successful action comedy films...
10. Roger Miller Roger Miller Soundtrack, Into the Wild
11. Cheryl Smith Cheryl Smith Actress, Laserblast Cheryl "Rainbeaux" Smith is an actress quite familiar to genre film fans. With leads in "B" pictures and meaty smaller parts in more major ones, her career showed great promise in the 1970s. Alas, it was not meant to be . . . the lure of hard drugs was to bring tragedy to the lovely and talented "Rainbeaux" (a nickname given her for being a mainstay at L.A.'s Rainbow Club...
12. Wyatt Knight Wyatt Knight Actor, Porky's
13. Estelle Reiner Estelle Reiner Actress, When Harry Met Sally... Estelle Reiner grew up in the Bronx, New York. She sang on radio as a teenager. She revived her career in the 1960's and was a well respected jazz singer having appeared in Los Angleles at Cinegrill, Vine Street Bar and Grill, and at Luna Park in Hollywood, California. At the time of her death, she had been married to Carl Reiner for 65 years.
14. Khigh Dhiegh Khigh Dhiegh Actor, The Manchurian Candidate
15. Gary Holton Gary Holton Actor, Bloody Kids
16. Chris Udvarnoky Chris Udvarnoky Actor, The Other Chris and his twin brother, Marty, were chosen for the roles of Niles and Holland Perry after a nationwide talent search. They were studying and appearing in plays at the HB (Herbert Berghof) Studio in NYC. Berghof (was it coincidence?) was the husband of Uta Hagen, who played the twins' grandmother, Ada, in the film.
17. Gerard Damiano Gerard Damiano Director, Deep Throat
18. John Stratton John Stratton Actor, The Cruel Sea
19. Stella Garcia Stella Garcia Actress, Joe Kidd
20. Barbara Bedford Barbara Bedford Actress, The Last of the Mohicans
21. Cleo Moore Cleo Moore Actress, One Girl's Confession Cleo Moore was born Cleouna Moore on October 31, 1924 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Her parents were deeply involved in Democratic politics. Politics, in Louisiana, was an all consuming passion with a lot of families in the 1920s and 1930s. Cleo began her trek to stardom when she participated in school plays in high school...
22. Buddy Messinger Buddy Messinger Actor, Good Scouts
23. David Healy David Healy Actor, Patton A rotund, jovial New Yorker, David Healy obligingly played every manner of stereotypical American in British films and on television for more than thirty years. The son of an Australian father and an American mother, he spent much of his youth in Texas. Studying at Southern Methodist University in Dallas...
24. Manuel López Ochoa Manuel López Ochoa Actor, La vida de Chucho el Roto
25. Frank Puglia Frank Puglia Actor, Jungle Book Puglia started his career at age 15 when he joined a traveling operetta company. Frank appeared in Italian opera from the age of 13. He came to the U.S. in 1907 and worked in a laundry before joining an Italian language theatre group in New York. In 1921, while appearing on stage, he was spotted by D.W. Griffith and was hired immediately...
26. Bill Graham Bill Graham Actor, Apocalypse Now
27. Howard Schwartz Howard Schwartz Cinematographer, Batman: The Movie
28. Princess Soraya Princess Soraya Actress, She Soraya Esfandiary, second wife of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, played in two films: an Italian film cut in three parts directed by Michelangelo Antonioni called I tre volti ("Three Faces of a Woman"), and She Both films were shot a few years after Soraya (who couldn't have children) and the Shah had divorced...
29. Pascale Ogier Pascale Ogier Actress, Full Moon in Paris
30. William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson Self, Jeffries-Sharkey Contest Born in Illinois in 1855, William Barclay Masterson, nicknamed "Bat", drifted westward as a teenager and tried his hand at such professions as buffalo hunter, army scout and gunfighter. While visiting his brother Jim in Dodge City, Kansas, in 1876, he was offered a job as deputy city marshal by the assistant city marshal...
31. Lillian Moore Lillian Moore Actress, Sons of the Desert
32. Emanuel Steward Emanuel Steward Self, Ocean's Eleven
33. Morton Downey Morton Downey Self, Episode #1.39 Pianist, songwriter ("Wabash Moon"), composer, singer and businessman, educated in public schools and at Lyman Hall. He began his singing career in a Greenwich Village movie theatre, and was later a vocalist for the Paul Whiteman orchestra aboard the SS Leviathan. In 1927, he toured Europe and then opened his own night club...
34. Jaspal Bhatti Jaspal Bhatti Actor, Fanaa Jaspal Bhatti, the most popular social satirist in India, graduated from Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh in North India, as an electrical engineer. He was famous for his street plays like his My Nonsense Club during his college days. Most of these plays were spoof ridiculing the corruption in the society...
35. Aya Makinoda Aya Makinoda Actress, Tennen shôjo Man next: Yokohama hyaku-ya hen
36. Sahir Ludhianvi Sahir Ludhianvi Soundtrack, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge A colossus among film lyricists, Sahir Ludhianvi was slightly different from his contemporaries. A man unable to praise Khuda (God), Husn (beauty) and/or Jaam (wine), his pen was at its best pouring out bitter but sensitive lyrics over the declining values of society, the senselessness of war and politics...
37. Wellington Mara Wellington Mara Self, Best Owners
38. Micheline Cheirel Micheline Cheirel Actress, Carnival in Flanders
39. Lillian Hall-Davis Lillian Hall-Davis Actress, The Ring Lilian Hall Davis was born June 23, 1898, in Mile End, London, England, the daughter of a London cab driver. For publicity purposes, she changed the spelling of her name to to the tonier Lillian Hall-Davis and reported her birthplace as the more fashionable Hampstead, London. She began acting in films in 1917 and by the early 1920s...
40. Barbara Keogh Barbara Keogh Actress, The Abominable Dr. Phibes
41. Bobby Riggs Bobby Riggs Self, Bobby Riggs vs. Billie Jean King: Tennis Battle of the Sexes Bobby Riggs was probably most famous for losing to Billie Jean King in the famous September 20, 1973 Battle of the Sexes match at the Houston Astodome. What is often forgotten is that Bobby Riggs was at one point the number 1 tennis player in the world and a former Wimbledon and United States Champion...
42. Jay Wilsey Jay Wilsey Actor, The Lawless Frontier Wilbert Jay Wilsey was born in Clark County, Missouri, in 1896. He learned to ride a horse at a very young age, and when he got older he began appearing on the rodeo circuit. In 1924 he found himself in Hollywood and, hearing that producers were looking for good horsemen for western movies, went looking for work and wound up under contract to producer Lester F. Scott Jr. and his Action Pictures...
43. Emily Reuer Emily Reuer Actress, Sex in the Office
44. Muslim Magomayev Muslim Magomayev Actor, Po sledam bremenskikh muzykantov Muslim Magomayev was a popular singer in the former Soviet Union. He was born on 17 August 1942, in Baku, Azerbaijan, USSR (now Baku, Azerbaijan). His grandfather, Muslim Magomayev Sr., was a renown composer in Azerbaijan. Young Magomaev followed his family tradition: he studied singing and piano at the Baku Conservatory of Music...
45. Betty Hanna Betty Hanna Actress, The Chicago Bluebeard
46. Maxwell Shane Maxwell Shane Writer, Seven Were Saved
47. Viridiana Alatriste Viridiana Alatriste Actress, Seduction
48. Dorinda Stevens Dorinda Stevens Actress, Night Train to Paris
49. Paul Fierro Paul Fierro Actor, Sorry, Wrong Number Paul Fierro began acting at the dawn of commercialized television, in the heyday of Hollywood's youth. The 40s were tough times to get a break in the tightly knit Town of Dreams, but Fierro took whatever he could get. He started doing bit parts and eventually the roles grew. By the 1950s he had found his niche...
50. Cesare Canevari Cesare Canevari Director, The Gestapo's Last Orgy
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