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1. Noah Beery Jr. Noah Beery Jr. Actor, Red River Familiar and well-liked character actor of very different persona than either his father, Noah Beery, or his uncle, Wallace Beery. He attended Harvard Military Academy but managed to make a number of appearances on film and on stage with his father before adulthood. At age 19, he began playing amiable second leads and occasional leading roles...
2. Adrienne Shelly Adrienne Shelly Actress, Waitress The late Adrienne Shelley was born in Queens, New York, to Sheldon Levine and Elaine Langbaum. After graduating Jericho High School, located in Jericho, New York, she went enrolled at Boston University, and majored in film production. After her junior year, she dropped out and moved to Manhattan where she made a name for herself in independent films...
3. Phil Silvers Phil Silvers Actor, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
4. James Broderick James Broderick Actor, Dog Day Afternoon
5. Victor Sen Yung Victor Sen Yung Actor, The Letter Achieving both film and TV notice during his lengthy career, this diminutive Asian-American character was born Sen Yew Cheung on October 18, 1915 in San Francisco of humble Chinese émigrés. When his mother died during the flu epidemic of 1919, his father placed Victor and his sister in a children's shelter and returned to his homeland...
6. King Vidor King Vidor Director, War and Peace
7. Oscar Beregi Jr. Oscar Beregi Jr. Actor, Young Frankenstein Heavyweight Hungarian-born character actor Oscar Beregi Jr.'s best performances were on the small screen, usually as Germanic or Russian heavies. His stock-in-trade villainy was of a cultured or psychological, rather than physical nature, urbane and intellectual, yet inevitably sinister. His father...
8. Dixie Lee Dixie Lee Actress, Manhattan Love Song American singer and actress in occasional films.
9. Amir Shervan Amir Shervan Director, Samurai Cop
10. Dolly Sharp Dolly Sharp Actress, Deep Throat
11. Maurice Woods Maurice Woods Actor, Trading Places
12. Benita Hume Benita Hume Actress, Tarzan Escapes
13. Bettye Ackerman Bettye Ackerman Actress, Blueprint for Murder
14. Chris Collins Chris Collins Producer, My Summer of Love
15. Peter Childs Peter Childs Actor, O Lucky Man!
16. Michael Piller Michael Piller Writer, Star Trek: Voyager Michael went to school in New York before taking a creative writing course. The professor for this course told everyone, "There are enough bad writers out there. There needn't be anymore". Michael recalls that the professor would rip up his writing and he would be so broken-hearted. This professor eventually chased him into journalism...
17. Richard McKenna Richard McKenna Writer, The Sand Pebbles Richard McKenna was born in 1913 in Mountain Home, Idaho. In 1931 he joined the U.S. Navy, retiring in 1953 as a Chief Machinist Mate. During his time in the Navy he served on the USS Gold Star AG-12, USS Asheville PG-21, USS Edsall DD-219, USS Luzon PG-47, USS Mount Vernon AP-22, USS Wakefield AP-21...
18. Charlie O'Donnell Charlie O'Donnell Self, Press Your Luck
19. Brad King Brad King Actor, Trouble at Melody Mesa
20. Doro Merande Doro Merande Actress, The Man with the Golden Arm Plain, angular Doro Merande was one of those delightful character actresses you couldn't take your eyes off of, no matter how minuscule the part. She excelled at playing older than she was -- doting aunts, inveterate gossips, curt secretaries and small-minded townspeople -- all topped with an amusing warble in her voice and bristly eccentric edge...
21. Minoru Chiaki Minoru Chiaki Actor, Seven Samurai Japanese character actor equally adept at comic or seriously unsavory roles. Chiaki graduated from the University of Chuo with degrees in economics and commerce, but almost immediately found that his interest lay more with the theatre. In 1937, he began to study with the Shin-Tsukiji Gekidan ("The New Tsukiji Theatre Troupe")...
22. Neil Nephew Neil Nephew Miscellaneous Crew, The Christmas Show
23. Yma Sumac Yma Sumac Soundtrack, The Big Lebowski Known for her astonishing 4 1/2 octave vocal range, Yma Sumac (AKA Ima or Imma Sumack) is from Ichocán, Peru, a town high in the Andes. From an early age she performed in radio and movies and made recordings throughout South America. She came to the United States in the 1940s and performed with a small group of musicians and dancers...
24. Wayne Static Wayne Static Soundtrack, Queen of the Damned
25. Walter Payton Walter Payton Self, The Grand Knockout Tournament Walter Payton, nicknamed "Sweetness, " is the NFL's all-time leading rusher. His playing career lasted from 1975 to 1987. In those years, he amassed 16,026 rushing yards. He made a few appearances on television (as a guest star), but he was known as a profoundly personal man.
26. Skitch Henderson Skitch Henderson Self, Thrills of Music: Skitch Henderson and His Orchestra Composer, conductor, band leader, arranger, pianist, jazz expert and accompanist to Judy Garland on tour, Skitch Henderson was educated at Juilliard and the University of Califonia and was a student of Malcolm Frost, Roger Aubert, Albert Coates, Fritz Reiner, and Arnold Schönberg. He was a pianist in dance bands...
27. George McCowan George McCowan Director, Frogs
28. Elvira Snow Elvira Snow Actress, Freaks Born in Georgia and exhibited in sideshows along with sister Jenny Lee Snow. They were billed as Pip and Flip, Pipo and Zipo or under similar such names. At one time they were managed by their brother, Cliff. They appeared at Coney Island in the late 20s and were still being exhibited as late as the early 40s.
29. Marianne Stewart Marianne Stewart Actress, The Facts of Life
30. Joan McCracken Joan McCracken Actress, Good News
31. Tiffany Sloan Tiffany Sloan Self, Playboy: Jenny McCarthy, the Playboy Years Gorgeously buxom and shapely blonde knockout Tiffany Marie Sloan was born on May 29, 1973 in Orange County, California. Tiffany was the Playmate of the Month in the October, 1992 issue of "Playboy." She holds the distinction of being one of a handful of Playmates to have her own video centerfold mass...
32. Sonny Bupp Sonny Bupp Actor, Citizen Kane Moyer Bupp was born in New York City, New York. Al Jolson was the hottest item on stage and Moyer's father nicknamed him "Sonny" after one of Jolson's songs. It was the height of the Great Depression and on the chance of a better job Sonny's parents loaded the children (all five of them) into the car and headed west...
33. William Styron William Styron Writer, Sophie's Choice
34. Norman Krasna Norman Krasna Writer, Indiscreet Humorist, playwright and screenwriter Norman Krasna went to great lengths planning for a career in law: he attended New York University, Columbia University and St. John's University law school, then abruptly changed his plans and started work as a copy boy at a New York newspaper. He had a brief stint as a drama critic for the Evening Graphic and wrote a column for the Exhibitor's Herald World...
35. J.P. Miller J.P. Miller Writer, I Know My First Name Is Steven
36. George J. Folsey George J. Folsey Cinematographer, Forbidden Planet Pioneer cinematographer George Folsey started out in 1914 as an errand boy with the Lasky Feature Play Company in New York. His introduction to camerawork came, when he was asked by cinematographer H. Lyman Broening to assist with post-production (tracking dissolve and fades for intercutting). By the time he was 21...
37. Ralf Harolde Ralf Harolde Actor, Murder, My Sweet
38. Frances Liberace Frances Liberace Self, Christmas Show
39. Albert Préjean Albert Préjean Actor, Under the Roofs of Paris
40. Mac Dre Mac Dre Actor, Cutting Room!
41. Vicky Lyon Vicky Lyon Actress, A Portrait of Seduction
42. Richard Gordon Richard Gordon Producer, Horror Planet London-born Richard Gordon became interested in movies at an early age and, together with his like-minded older brother Alex Gordon, got involved with film societies at school. Detecting greener grass on the other side of the ocean, the Brothers Gordon relocated to the United States in the late 1940s...
43. Allan Surtees Allan Surtees Actor, Eye of the Needle
44. Mikhail Romm Mikhail Romm Director, Triumph Over Violence Mikhail Romm was born in 1901, into a Russian-Jewish family, in the Siberian city of Irkutsk, Russia. He served in the Red Army in 1918-21 as an Inspector of the Special Forces for Food Supplies. He was in charge of confiscations of bread and food from the wealthier farmers (kulaks) in Central Russia...
45. Lynne Gorman Lynne Gorman Actress, Videodrome
46. Mary Ainslee Mary Ainslee Actress, Mad Youth
47. Monica Mcgowan Johnson Monica Mcgowan Johnson Writer, The Muse
48. Dale Carnegie Dale Carnegie Self, Jiggs and Maggie in Society Dale Carnegie (originally Carnagey) was a pioneer in corporate training programs and the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, public speaking and interpersonal skills. His best know book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People," first published in 1936, remains popular ever since. He was born Dale Breckenridge Carnagey...
49. Bob Clayton Bob Clayton Self, The (New) $25,000 Pyramid
50. Hugues Le Bars Hugues Le Bars Composer, Chocolat amer
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