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1. Jonathan Harris Jonathan Harris Actor, Toy Story 2 Born Jonathan Charasuchin in the Bronx to impoverished Russian-Jewish émigrés, Jonathan Harris worked as a box boy in a pharmacy at age 12 and later earned his pharmacy degree at Fordham University. However, the desire to act proved overwhelming and he forsook this promising trade for the theater, shaking off his thick Bronx accent and changing his surname to one easier to pronounce...
2. Bob Kane Bob Kane Writer, The Dark Knight
3. Gar Moore Gar Moore Actor, To Live in Peace
4. Ian Bannen Ian Bannen Actor, Waking Ned Devine Scottish character actor and occasional leading man who enlivened scores of fine films in Britain and America. His father was a lawyer in a small town in Lanarkshire. Bannen served in the army and attended Ratcliffe College, Leicestershire. His first acting role came in a 1947 Dublin production of "Armlet of Jade"...
5. Mary Martin Mary Martin Actress, Peter Pan Originally a dance instructor she came to Broadway during the Depression to begin her career as a professional actress. A daughter of Texas she had originally began work as a dance instructor until a local Evangelical adherent burned down her studio citing her work as being to sinful for human nature...
6. Sid Melton Sid Melton Actor, Lady Sings the Blues
7. Carl Ballantine Carl Ballantine Actor, Susan's Plan Part of the motley crew commandeered by Ernest Borgnine on the popular 1960s TV series McHale's Navy, tall, gangly, beady-eyed, bulb-nosed comic actor Carl Ballantine was better known in other ports as the ultimate "magician". Billed as "The Amazing Ballantine," "The Great Ballantine" and "Ballantine: The World's Greatest Magician" during his long career...
8. John Lupton John Lupton Actor, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter Genial, fair-haired and boyishly handsome, lanky actor John Lupton's biggest claim to fame was as the co-star of the western TV series Broken Arrow. A reliable actor, if not particularly distinctive, he enjoyed a four-decade-long career on stage, film and TV. Born on August 22, 1928, in Highland Park...
9. Valerie French Valerie French Actress, All My Children Columbia Pictures starlet who later turned to the stage, appearing often both On and Off-Broadway during the 1960s, 70s and 80s, portraying a variety of English characters.
10. Lorissa McComas Lorissa McComas Actress, Lap Dancing
11. Geoffrey Keen Geoffrey Keen Actor, The Spy Who Loved Me
12. Paolo Carlini Paolo Carlini Actor, Roman Holiday
13. William Lanteau William Lanteau Actor, On Golden Pond
14. Robert Williams Robert Williams Actor, Platinum Blonde It's fair to say that if 'Frank Capra (I)' hadn't cast Robert "Bobby" Williams in his 1931 film Platinum Blonde the actor would be entirely forgotten today. When the movie was made available on video in the 1980s the promotional copy on the video box emphasized the names most buffs would recognize: actresses Jean Harlow and Loretta Young...
15. Byron Barr Byron Barr Actor, Double Indemnity
16. Dino De Laurentiis Dino De Laurentiis Miscellaneous Crew, Die Hard: With a Vengeance
17. Allyson Ames Allyson Ames Actress, Incubus
18. Arturo de Córdova Arturo de Córdova Actor, El Entering the Mexican film industry in the 1930s, it didn't take Arturo de Córdova long to become a major star, specializing in action and adventure films. At the height of his popularity he was beckoned to Hollywood in an attempt to make him a "Latin lover" type in the mold of Ricardo Montalban, Fernando Lamas and Gilbert Roland...
19. John Orchard John Orchard Actor, Bedknobs and Broomsticks
20. Rose Coghlan Rose Coghlan Actress, Hot Saturday
21. Jean Eustache Jean Eustache Director, The Mother and the Whore
22. Ward Wood Ward Wood Actor, Air Force
23. Prem Nath Prem Nath Actor, Bobby
24. Martha O'Driscoll Martha O'Driscoll Actress, The Lady Eve Another gorgeous "B" movie blonde who came and went uneventfully in the 1940s, the beautiful Martha O'Driscoll started off modeling as a child. Her parents were nonprofessionals. Trained in singing and dancing, Martha was discovered by choreographer Hermes Pan in a local theater production in Phoenix...
25. Manmohan Krishna Manmohan Krishna Actor, Deewaar
26. Pradeep Kumar Pradeep Kumar Actor, Jagte Raho
27. Flattus Maximus Flattus Maximus Self, GWAR: Live from Antarctica
28. Kent Andersson Kent Andersson Actor, Morrhår & ärtor
29. Danièle Gaubert Danièle Gaubert Actress, Camille 2000 Born on August 9, 1943 in Nuars, Nièvre, France, Danièle Louise Régina Gaubert had a brief career as a teen model before being discovered by director Claude Autant-Lara, who chose her for the lead in his film Les régates de San Francisco. She then starred as a rebellious teenager in a French suburb in Wasteland...
30. Marc Allégret Marc Allégret Director, Plucking the Daisy
31. Umberto Paolo Quintavalle Umberto Paolo Quintavalle Actor, Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
32. Lonnie Donegan Lonnie Donegan Soundtrack, We Need to Talk About Kevin
33. Florence Vidor Florence Vidor Actress, The Marriage Circle Quite renown in her day, movie fans witnessed the great photogenic beauty but not the Southern-bred tones of silent star Florence Vidor, for she abruptly left the silver screen after her first disastrous attempt at a talking picture. Born Florence Arto on July 23, 1895, she was the daughter of John F...
34. Brother Blue Brother Blue Actor, Knightriders Brother Blue is best known as an internationally reknowned storyteller. Trained as an actor at Yale and as a pastor at the Harvard Divinity School, Brother Blue has been telling stories since the late 1960's. He has told in prisons, on the streets, for the U.N. and more. Brother Blue's life work is storytelling...
35. Richard Wallace Richard Wallace Director, The Young in Heart Richard Wallace was born in Sacramento, California, in 1894. At 14 years of age he got a job as a theater projectionist, a job he held for four years. He later traveled to Los Angeles to get into the film industry, and wound up as an editor for such studios as Triangle and Robertson-Cole. His career was interrupted by service in the US Army Signal Corps during World War I...
36. Nellie Burt Nellie Burt Actress, The Guests
37. Mort Shuman Mort Shuman Soundtrack, Snatch.
38. Redmond Phillips Redmond Phillips Actor, Tom Jones
39. Alan Starkey Alan Starkey Actor, The Dresser
40. Harry Worth Harry Worth Actor, Don't Talk Harry J. Worth (aka Michael Worth) was born on February 6, 1903, in England. All of his films from 1919 to 1929 are British productions. He came to the US in 1929, where his British film experience gave him the background to find his way to the Broadway stage, where he appeared in various productions until coming to Hollywood in 1935...
41. Viveka Seldahl Viveka Seldahl Actress, A Song for Martin
42. William Desmond William Desmond Actor, The Phantom of the West Raised in New York City, Dublin-born William Desmond began his show business career in vaudeville and on the stage. He had his own theatrical company by the time he made his film debut in Kilmeny. Starting out in dramatic parts, Desmond soon switched to westerns and action serials, and became a major western star...
43. Agnes Rehni Agnes Rehni Actress, Grevindens ære
44. Jack Davis Jack Davis Actor, Drawing Account
45. Henri Matisse Henri Matisse Actor, Henri Matisse Henri Emile Benoit Matisse was born on December 31, 1869, in Le Cateau-Cambresis, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France. His father, named Emile Hippolyte Matisse, was a merchant, whose family were weavers. His mother, named Anna Heloise Matisse (nee Gerard), was a daughter of a tanner; she made hats and painted china...
46. Sidney Carroll Sidney Carroll Writer, The Hustler
47. Naomi Buch Naomi Buch Actress, The Empty House
48. Charles Brabin Charles Brabin Director, The Mask of Fu Manchu
49. Christian Barbier Christian Barbier Actor, Army of Shadows
50. Zelma O'Neal Zelma O'Neal Actress, Follow Thru Zelma O'Neal was a singer, dancer and comedienne whose greatest successes came on Broadway. She appeared in the New York and London companies of Good News (1927) in which she originated the Varsity Drag in the role of Flo. She starred in the musical comedy Follow Through (1929) on Broadway, originating the song "Button Up Your Overcoat"...
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