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1. Bette Davis Bette Davis Actress, All About Eve Ruth Elizabeth Davis was born April 5, 1908, in Lowell, Massachusetts, to Ruth Augusta (Favor) and Harlow Morrell Davis, a patent attorney. Her parents divorced when she was 10. She and her sister were raised by their mother. Her early interest was dance. To Bette, dancers led a glamorous life, but then she discovered the stage...
2. Denholm Elliott Denholm Elliott Actor, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Much-loved character actor who specialised in playing slightly sleazy/slightly eccentric and often flawed upper middle class English gentlemen. His career spanned nearly 40 years, becoming a well-known face both in Britain and in the States.
3. Diane Cilento Diane Cilento Actress, The Wicker Man She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Tom Jones and appeared in The Third Secret the following year but she allowed her film career to decline following her marriage to actor Sean Connery, the second of her three husbands, to whom she was married from 1962-1973...
4. Richard Farnsworth Richard Farnsworth Actor, Misery An American stuntman who, after more than 30 years in the business, moved into acting and became an acclaimed and respected character actor, Richard Farnsworth was a native of Los Angeles. He grew up around horses and as a teenager was offered an opportunity to ride in films. He appeared in horse-racing scenes and cavalry charges unbilled...
5. Marian Seldes Marian Seldes Actress, One Life to Live Tony Award-winner Marian Hall Seldes, one of the premier stage actresses in America, was born on August 23, 1928 in Manhattan, New York, to writer and journalist Gilbert Seldes, and his socialite wife, the former Alice Wadhams Hall. Her paternal grandparents were Russian Jewish immigrants, and her mother was from an Episcopalian family with deep roots in the United States...
6. Joseph N. Welch Joseph N. Welch Actor, Anatomy of a Murder
7. Kevin Corcoran Kevin Corcoran Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Mrs. Santa Claus
8. Ralphie May Ralphie May Writer, Ralphie May: Austin-Tatious
9. Ted Bessell Ted Bessell Actor, That Girl Born in New York City, Ted's early career included guest appearances in soap operas, Lover Come Back and It's a Man's World. Ted went on to appear as "Frankie" on Gomer Pyle: USMC, but his big break was as "That Guy" on the successful Marlo Thomas Television series That Girl. As "Don Hollinger"...
10. Tod Browning Tod Browning Director, Dracula Belonging to a well-situated family, Charles Browning fell in love at the age of 16 with a dancer of a circus. Following her began his itinerary of being clown, jockey and director of a variety theater which ended when he met D.W. Griffith and became an actor. He made his debut in Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages...
11. Sidney Blackmer Sidney Blackmer Actor, Rosemary's Baby Sidney Blackmer, the Tony-award winning actor who played Teddy Roosevelt in seven movies, is best remembered by today's movie audiences for his turn as the warlock/coven-leader Roman Castevet in Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby. Born and raised in Salisbury, North Carolina, where he made his debut on July 13...
12. Dennis Price Dennis Price Actor, Kind Hearts and Coronets This tall (6' 2"), suave, elegant leading man of the 1940's and later character star of distinction, was born Dennistoun Franklyn John Rose-Price, the son of Brigadier General T. Rose-Price, on 23 June 1915, in Twyford, Berkshire, England. He was educated at Radley, and at Worcester College, Oxford...
13. Porter Hall Porter Hall Actor, Double Indemnity For over two decades, Porter Hall made a career out of playing villains and pompous, unpleasant people. His movie career was not a mirror of his real life, however. Mr. Hall was well known as a generous and outgoing person who was well-liked by almost everybody he knew. It is ironic that the role he is most often seen in today is that of an atheist in Going My Way...
14. Timothy Treadwell Timothy Treadwell Camera and Electrical Department, Grizzly Man
15. Hattie Jacques Hattie Jacques Actress, Sykes Prior to entering show business, she worked as a Red Cross nurse and as a welder. She did an audition at the Players Theatre on a Friday, on the Monday she was a professional entertainer singing Marie Lloyd songs. She got the name Hattie while at the Players when as part of her act she sang a negro song...
16. Douglas Spencer Douglas Spencer Actor, The Thing from Another World
17. Henry Calvin Henry Calvin Actor, Zorro
18. Tom Kennedy Tom Kennedy Actor, Monkey Business Once a boxer, brawny character actor Tom Kennedy began his film career early in the silent era. He frequently played big, dumb, likable, working-class types, such as in The Case of the Stuttering Bishop. He also worked with W.C. Fields, The Marx Brothers, and Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in a career that lasted until his death at the age of 80.
19. Kevin McGee Kevin McGee Miscellaneous Crew, Jump Britain
20. Shirley Prestia Shirley Prestia Actress, Species
21. Tom Gilson Tom Gilson Actor, Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!
22. Buddy Roosevelt Buddy Roosevelt Actor, Lightning Range Cowboy actor Buddy Roosevelt was born Kenneth Stanhope Sanderson in Meeker, Colorado, in 1898. His parents were emigrants from England, and at age 16 Kenneth got a job with the C.B. Irwin WIld West Show. When the show traveled to Southern California in 1914, the young Sanderson learned that stunt work in the burgeoning film industry paid much better...
23. Ray Walker Ray Walker Actor, It's a Wonderful Life
24. Theodore von Eltz Theodore von Eltz Actor, Topper Born in New Haven, Connecticut on November 5, 1893, silent screen lead Theodore Von Eltz was the son of a Yale professor and educated at Hill School at Pottstown Pennsylvania. Originally prepped to become a doctor, he decided instead to pursue acting. At age 19 he made his New York debut and soon was hitting the Broadway boards with performances in "Children of Earth" (1915)...
25. Paul Rogers Paul Rogers Actor, Billy Budd Widely regarded as the one of greatest stage and screen actors both in his native Great Britain and internationally, Paul Rogers was born in Plympton, Devon, attended Newton Abbot Grammar School and then trained as an actor at the Michael Chekhov Theatre Studio at Dartington Hall. After he served in the Royal Navy from 1940 to 1946 and thus during WWII...
26. Antonie Kamerling Antonie Kamerling Actor, Goede tijden, slechte tijden
27. Philip Dodds Philip Dodds Actor, Close Encounters of the Third Kind
28. Bud Ekins Bud Ekins Stunts, The Blues Brothers
29. Maris Wrixon Maris Wrixon Actress, The Ape This shapely starlet had a minor career at Warner Brothers during the 1930's and 40's. She possessed all the physical endowments that had propelled other screen sirens of the period to stardom. Hollywood's premier glamour photographer, George Hurrell Sr., thought her alluring. Her face adorned covers of Vogue and the rotogravure section of numerous women's magazines...
30. Natalie Moorhead Natalie Moorhead Actress, The Thin Man A platinum blonde actress, Natalie Moorehead entered in films in 1929; by end of the following year, she had made dozens of credited movies. Moorehead was more effective with vampish roles, notably a role which she played a suspect in The Thin Man. Moorhead also made a mark as a comic actress in Hook Line and Sinker and Parlor, Bedroom and Bath. She later appeared in supporting roles until the mid-1940s.
31. Pamela Blake Pamela Blake Actress, This Gun for Hire The heroine of a host of westerns, crimes and serial adventures during the 1940s, this attractive, full-faced "B" movie item was born Adele Pearce on August 6, 1915 (several movie resources list 1918). Born in Oakland, California, Pamela Blake won a beauty contest at age 17 and decided to try her luck in Hollywood soon after...
32. Alice Cooper Alice Cooper Self, You Bet Your Life
33. Terry Downes Terry Downes Actor, The Fearless Vampire Killers
34. Verna Hillie Verna Hillie Actress, The Star Packer
35. Nelson Riddle Nelson Riddle Music Department, Route 66 Versatile Ameican arranger/conducter who started as a trombonist with several big bands, including Tommy Dorsey. In a long, distinguished career, he not only scored numerous films and television shows, but made many now-legendary recordings in collaboration with such people as Rosemary Clooney, Nat 'King' Cole...
36. René Dary René Dary Actor, Touchez Pas au Grisbi
37. Amie Huguenard Amie Huguenard Camera and Electrical Department, Grizzly Man
38. Douglas Campbell Douglas Campbell Actor, Strange Brew
39. Harry Bugin Harry Bugin Actor, The Big Lebowski Born in the Bronx, New York City, a son of the late Isidore & Sadie Bugin, he was a graduate of the New York Public School system and a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. He played a number of musical instruments including the base,guitar, tuba, and others. In 1957 he married the former Aphrodite Manickas of Pawtucket...
40. Marilyn Nash Marilyn Nash Casting Department, The Outlaw Josey Wales Marilyn Nash was an American actress and casting director. She was best known for starring in the 1947 Charlie Chaplin film, Monsieur Verdoux. She appeared in just one other film during her career, the 1951 science fiction adventure picture, Unknown World. She then switched to television and stage roles during the 1950s. Her television credits including Hopalong Cassidy in 1952 and Medic in 1955...
41. Anthony Newlands Anthony Newlands Actor, Room at the Top
42. Sparkle Sparkle Actress, Wedding Crashers
43. Tom Murphy Tom Murphy Actor, Adam & Paul
44. Lionel Braham Lionel Braham Actor, A Christmas Carol
45. Kim Le Mesurier Kim Le Mesurier Self, This Is Your Life
46. Emmett Vogan Emmett Vogan Actor, The Greener Hills
47. Jacques Doniol-Valcroze Jacques Doniol-Valcroze Director, La dénonciation Jacques Doniol-Valcroze was a French critic, actor, and director. He was born March 15, 1920 in Paris, France. Doniol-Valcroze is known for having co-founded the film magazine "Cahiers du Cinéma" in 1951 along with partners André Bazin and Joseph-Marie Lo Duca. The magazine was first edited by Doniol-Valcroze between 1951-1957...
48. Rolan Bykov Rolan Bykov Actor, Andrei Rublev
49. Clegg Hoyt Clegg Hoyt Actor, Gangster Story
50. Lorraine Peters Lorraine Peters Actress, The Wicker Man
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