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1. Heavy D Heavy D Actor, The Cider House Rules
2. Bob Grant Bob Grant Actor, What the Stars Foretell Bob Grant was trained at Rada after spending some time as a Lieutenant with the Royal Artillery. He plied his trade to begin with in Repertory and appeared on stage for many years all around the UK. His work in rep continued up to the mid-90s. He will be best remembered for his role of Jack Harper, the cheeky bus conductor with his traditional cigarette...
3. Wendell Corey Wendell Corey Actor, Rear Window Wendell Corey was a hard-working American character actor who appeared in numerous movies and television productions in the 1940s, '50s and '60s. Born on March 20, 1914 in Dracut, Massachusetts, in the northeastern part of the Commonwealth near the New Hampshire border, Corey was the son of a Congregationalist clergyman...
4. Jean Marais Jean Marais Actor, Beauty and the Beast Jean Marais was a popular French cinema actor and director who played over 100 roles in film and on television, and was also known for his many talents as a writer, painter and sculptor. He was born Jean Alfred Villain-Marais on December 11, 1913, in Cherbourg, France. His father practiced veterinarian medicine...
5. Lucille Bliss Lucille Bliss Actress, Robots
6. Roger Hammond Roger Hammond Actor, The King's Speech
7. Dorothy Kilgallen Dorothy Kilgallen Self, Episode dated 5 October 1952 Dorothy Kilgallen was the daughter of James Kilgallen, a colorful and popular newspaperman with the Hearst Corporation. She followed her father into the newspaper business and made her early reputation as a crime reporter (a novelty for women in those days) and for her participation in an around-the-world race using transportation that was available at the time (1936) to ordinary people...
8. James Hayden James Hayden Actor, Once Upon a Time in America
9. Basil Poledouris Basil Poledouris Composer, Starship Troopers Basil Poledouris was born on August 21, 1945 in Kansas City. He started taking piano lessons when he was 7 years old. Eventually, he went on to become a student at USC, where he studied the arts of directing, cinematography, editing, sound and, of course, music. It was also at USC he met John Milius and Randal Kleiser...
10. Kam Tong Kam Tong Actor, Flower Drum Song
11. Willis H. O'Brien Willis H. O'Brien Special Effects, The Dinosaur and the Missing Link: A Prehistoric Tragedy In 1949, 16 years after his ground breaking work on "King Kong", Willis O'Brien worked as Chief Technician on another gorilla picture for Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Shoedsack called "Mighty Joe Young". A young Ray Harryhausen would animate most of the animation, but O'Brien did come up with the designs for the film...
12. Dave O'Brien Dave O'Brien Writer, Things We Can Do Without Born in Texas as David Poole Fronabarger on May 31, 1912, Dave O'Brien was a multi-faceted performer who entered Hollywood as a chorus boy in the early 1930s (he can be briefly spied in 42nd Street just after Bebe Daniels's "You're Getting to be a Habit With Me" number). His sheer perseverance...
13. Ching-Ying Lam Ching-Ying Lam Actor, Mr. Vampire Ching-Ying Lam was born on December 27, 1952 in Shanghai, China, the third of six children. He attended Shun Yi Association Elementary School in Hong Kong for 2 years. He later attended the Chun Chau Drama Society to learn Peking Opera, where he portrayed female roles and did stunt-doubling for actresses...
14. Avril Angers Avril Angers Actress, The Family Way Avril Angers was one of Britain's finest comedy actresses. Once dubbed Britain's answer to Lucille Ball she was a great exponent of revue, musicals, cabaret and TV and film comedy. Born in Liverpool, Angers' long and successful career in show-business began in variety. Her father was the comedian Harry Angers and her mother was Lillian Errol...
15. Sydney Tafler Sydney Tafler Actor, The Spy Who Loved Me
16. Michael O'Donoghue Michael O'Donoghue Writer, Scrooged
17. Joe Hyams Joe Hyams Writer, Brubaker
18. Michael Ward Michael Ward Actor, Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell Michael Ward was born George William Everard Yeo on 9th April 1909 in the village of Carmenellis, Cornwall. Being the son of a clergyman, his family moved from parish to parish for most of his early life. He detested this nomadic lifestyle and being an only child. It was not until 1930 when the family settled in Caddington, near Luton, that he got the chance to make friends and become independent...
19. Renzo Cesana Renzo Cesana Actor, Stromboli Actor, composer, songwriter and author, educated at the Jesuit Academy in Italy. He was a playwright and actor in Rome, then created the radio programs "Art Linkletter's Party", "Stop That Villain", and the "Radio Hall of Fame". He appeared in the road production "Time of the Cuckoo". His brother was famed composer Otto Cesana...
20. Fred Libby Fred Libby Actor, 3 Godfathers
21. Frances Faye Frances Faye Self, Episode #2.6
22. Addison Powell Addison Powell Actor, Another World
23. Warren Casey Warren Casey Soundtrack, Grease
24. Radmila Savicevic Radmila Savicevic Actress, Davitelj protiv davitelja
25. Gracie Doll Gracie Doll Actress, The Wizard of Oz
26. Harry Riebauer Harry Riebauer Actor, The Great Escape
27. Noble Noble "Kid" Chissell Actor, They Shoot Horses, Don't They? Born Noble LaPorte Chisman to Thomas F and Cora Esther (LaPorte) Chisman of Indianapolis, he eventually adopted the screen name Kid Chissel. He left his Indiana home in the mid-1930's, not long after his parents had divorced. He aimed to pursue a Hollywood career. Prior to that, he worked as a locomotive fireman in Indianapolis (1930 U.S...
28. Ted Ray Ted Ray Self, Hooray for Laughter Ted Ray was very popular as a radio star in such 1950s shows as Ray's A Laugh. Before WWII, he was well known on stage as a variety artiste and was quite an accomplished violinist - an effective part of his act. Perhaps his personality and style were less suitable for television and he did not always seem comfortable in the medium...
29. Dick Cathcart Dick Cathcart Actor, Dragnet
30. Clare Eames Clare Eames Actress, The New Commandment
31. Norman Rockwell Norman Rockwell Self, Norman Rockwell's World... An American Dream
32. Mary Patton Mary Patton Actress, The Search
33. Betty Endicott Betty Endicott Actress, The Vampire
34. Marianne Edwards Marianne Edwards Actress, Sprucin' Up
35. Gertrude Messinger Gertrude Messinger Actress, Rustler's Paradise
36. Alekos Alexandrakis Alekos Alexandrakis Actor, Synoikia to Oneiro Alekos Alexandrakis was born in 1928, in Athens, Greece. He studied at the Drama School of the Greek National Theater and made his stage debut in a 1949 Athens production of Daphne Du Maurier's "Autumn Tide". He soon became one of the best actors of his generation, appearing in Euripides' "Hippolytus" (title role)...
37. Rumer Godden Rumer Godden Writer, The River Rumer Godden was brought up in India at the turn of the century. Her father worked for the Bengal Steamship Company and the family travelled around the India of The British Raj quite a bit. Rumer was a precocious child and wrote her auto-biography when she was only 6! As she grew up she became fascinated by the Indian peoples and the Hindu religion...
38. Robert Gerringer Robert Gerringer Actor, The Exorcist
39. William Bailey William Bailey Actor, Fightin' Jack
40. Kay St. Germain Wells Kay St. Germain Wells Actress, How to See South America by Bus
41. Ivan Bunin Ivan Bunin Writer, Meshcherskie Ivan Bunin was the first Russian writer to win the Nobel Prize for Literature (1933). He was born Ivan Alekseevich Bunin on October 22, 1870 on his ancestral estate near Voronezh, Russia. His father, Aleksei Bunin, and his mother, were descendants of several lines of old nobility that included Russian landed gentry and Luthuanian knights...
42. Emile Avery Emile Avery Actor, Trojan Horse
43. Ricky Hui Ricky Hui Actor, Mr. Vampire Ricky Hui was born in Panyu, Guangdong, China on August 3, 1946. Ricky and his family moved to Hong Kong in 1950. His father played the violin and his mother loved Cantonese opera, therefore, Ricky and his siblings loved music and acting. Ultimately, Ricky and his brothers, Michael Hui and Samuel Hui...
44. Eileen Erskine Eileen Erskine Actress, Great Expectations
45. Jesse Aragon Jesse Aragon Actor, 3:15
46. Carola Höhn Carola Höhn Actress, To New Shores
47. John Milton John Milton Writer, Die Schöpfung
48. Clay Cambern Clay Cambern Editorial Department, The Mask of Zorro
49. Chitti Babu Chitti Babu Actor, Dasavatharam
50. César Franck César Franck Soundtrack, The Wolverine César Franck, a French composer best known for his massive Symphony and enchanting three chorales for organ, which he wrote during the last month of his life after being hit by a horse-omnibus. He was born César-Auguste Franck on December 10, 1822 in Liege, Belgium. He studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Liege before going to the Paris Conservatoire in 1835...
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