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1. Robert Vaughn Robert Vaughn Actor, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Robert Francis Vaughn was born on November 22, 1932 at Charity Hospital in New York City, the son of show business parents, Marcella Frances (Gaudel) and Gerald Walter Vaughn. His father was a radio actor and his mother starred on stage. Robert came to the public's attention first with his Oscar-nominated role...
2. Carol Ann Susi Carol Ann Susi Actress, The Big Bang Theory Carol Ann Susi (February 2, 1952 - November 11, 2014) was an American actress best known for her portrayal of the voice of recurring unseen character Mrs. Wolowitz on the television series The Big Bang Theory. Susi was born in Brooklyn and was of Italian descent. She studied acting at HB Studio in New York City before moving to Los Angeles in the 1970s...
3. Roger C. Carmel Roger C. Carmel Actor, The Transformers: The Movie Roger C. Carmel, who was born September 27, 1932, was named after his grandfather, Roger Charles, who carved the horses for the carousel in New York's Central Park. He became an actor and won television immortality by appearing as Harry Mudd in two classic "Star Trek" episodes, "I, Mudd" and "Mudd's Women." Carmel was one of the few actors...
4. Keith Andes Keith Andes Actor, This Man Dawson 1950s and 60s second lead actor Keith Andes fits into the strappingly handsome and virile mold that encompassed the likes of George Nader, Guy Madison, and Jeffrey Hunter. Although he may not be as well remembered as the aforementioned, he managed to maintain a reliable career on radio (from age 12)...
5. Mary Kay Bergman Mary Kay Bergman Actress, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut Mary Kay Bergman did not have a face known to many - her voice was recognized more than anything else in the world. Although she was a big voiceover star in the 1990s, her true claim to fame was Trey Parker and Matt Stone's critically acclaimed adult animated television series, South Park...
6. Ronnie Stevens Ronnie Stevens Actor, The Parent Trap
7. Robert Brown Robert Brown Actor, The Living Daylights
8. Moustapha Akkad Moustapha Akkad Producer, The Message The creativity of Moustapha Akkad came in such movies as Lion of the Desert and The Message, where he directed and showed some really creative amazing view on the history of Islam. As an Arabic Muslim it was really hard for him to make it in Hollywood but no one could deny his talent as a director and a producer.
9. Shirley Mitchell Shirley Mitchell Actress, The War of the Roses A prolific radio and TV actress, Ms. Mitchell was a regular on such classic radio series as "Fibber McGee and Molly" and "The Great Gildersleeve," and on television, "Pete & Gladys" (Janet Colton), "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" (Marge Thornton), and "Bachelor Father" (Kitty Deveraux). She also made frequent appearances on other TV shows...
10. Nathaniel Marston Nathaniel Marston Actor, The Craft
11. Dimitri Tiomkin Dimitri Tiomkin Music Department, It's a Wonderful Life Dimitri Tiomkin was a Russian Jewish composer who emigrated to America and became one of the most distinguished and best-loved music writers of Hollywood. He won a hallowed place in the pantheon of the most successful and productive composers in American film history, earning himself four Oscars and sixteen Academy Awards nominations...
12. Frederick Brady Frederick Brady Writer, Champagne for Caesar
13. Rayford Barnes Rayford Barnes Actor, The Wild Bunch
14. Lisa Kirk Lisa Kirk Actress, The Producers
15. Delbert Mann Delbert Mann Director, Marty Delbert Mann, the Oscar-winning film director, was born Delbert Martin Mann Jr. in Lawrence, Kansas, in 1920. His father moved the family to Nashville, Tennesse, after taking a teaching position at Scarritt College. The young Mann graduated from Vanderbilt University, where he met his future wife, Ann Caroline Gillespie...
16. Rosalie Williams Rosalie Williams Actress, Soul Music
17. Jerome Kern Jerome Kern Soundtrack, Catch Me If You Can Jerome David Kern was born in 1885. He began his stage career grafting American songs (for which he wrote the music) into imported European operettas. His breakthrough came with the song "They Didn't Believe Me", written (with lyrics by Edward Laska) for a show called "The Girl from Utah". It established him as a major American composer in 1914...
18. Pamela Duncan Pamela Duncan Actress, The Undead Pert and pretty Brooklyn-born actress Pamela Duncan made brief movie news in the 1950s as a "B" level performer and would be best remembered for her damsel-in-distress participation in two of Roger Corman's cult turkeys -- Attack of the Crab Monsters and The Undead, both co-starring Richard Garland. She played a dual role in the latter...
19. Dragomir Bojanic-Gidra Dragomir Bojanic-Gidra Actor, Zikina dinastija
20. Belinda Emmett Belinda Emmett Actress, Home and Away Belinda Emmett was born on 12 April 1974 in Umina Beach, New South Wales, Australia. As a teenager, she worked for local radio station Coast Rock FM before landing her first major acting role as "Tracy Russell" in the popular sitcom Hey Dad..!. She became a household name two years later when she joined the cast of popular drama series Home and Away as "Rebecca Fisher"...
21. Reinhold Schünzel Reinhold Schünzel Actor, Notorious The son of a German father and a Jewish mother, Schünzel was born in St. Pauli -- the best known, but also the poorest part of Hamburg. His father started off as an actor but economic circumstances forced him to turn towards commerce. For a while, the son followed in his footsteps. He undertook business studies and then began his professional career in the publishing business...
22. Kathleen Ryan Kathleen Ryan Actress, The Sound of Fury
23. Ernest Clark Ernest Clark Actor, The Dam Busters A distinguished stage actor, Ernest Clark was best known to British television viewers for his role as the crusty "Sir Geoffrey Loftus" in the long running "Doctor" comedy series during the 1970s. Born in Maida Vale, Clark was the son of a master builder and was educated at Marylebone Grammar School. His first job was as a reporter on a local newspaper and he was also a keen amateur actor...
24. Dayton Allen Dayton Allen Actor, The Deputy Dawg Show
25. Dorothy M. Johnson Dorothy M. Johnson Writer, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance A graduate of the University of Montana, Dorothy Marie Johnson left her widowed mother in Whitefish, Montana and moved to New York City, where she worked as a writer and an editor of women's magazines. In 1950, she returned to Whitefish and edited the local paper for three years; she then joined the faculty of the University of Montana School of Journalism...
26. John 'Dusty' King John 'Dusty' King Actor, Ace Drummond Band singer and light leading man who graduated to leads in a series of B-Westerns. John King was born Miller McLeod Everson to Ernest and Ruth Brumfield Everson on 11 July 1909 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He attended the University of Cincinnati. Following his schooling, he held many jobs for short periods of time...
27. John Frederick John Frederick Actor, Duck, You Sucker
28. Morton Stevens Morton Stevens Music Department, Hawaii Five-O Mort Stevens got his start in the 1950s as Sammy Davis Jr.'s arranger and conductor. He then went into composing various scores for network television, as well as becoming music supervisor for CBS in the 1960s. His many fine television scores include, "Hawaii Five-O" (Emmy winner), "Police Woman" and "Gunsmoke." He also scored some mini-series...
29. Fred Niblo Fred Niblo Director, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ Fred Niblo entered films in 1917, after two decades as a touring actor in vaudeville and one-time manager of the Four Cohans (he married Josephine Cohan, the sister of George M. Cohan). He appeared in two early Australian silent films in 1916, which effectively marked his screen debut. After that, he worked for Thomas H. Ince from 1917...
30. Becky Bohanon Becky Bohanon Actress, Foreign Correspondent
31. William Alland William Alland Actor, Citizen Kane Born in Delmar, Delaware, William Alland began his show-biz career as an actor with a semi-professional Baltimore troupe. Arriving in Manhattan with $25, "a paper suitcase" and the ambition to work on Broadway, Alland took courses and acted at the Henry Street Settlement House and there met "boy wonder" Orson Welles...
32. Edna Frawley Edna Frawley Actress, Persistent Percival
33. Marie Osborne Marie Osborne Costume and Wardrobe Department, The Godfather: Part II
34. Higgins the Dog Higgins the Dog Actor, Petticoat Junction The real name of the dog who played the original "Benji" was Higgins, owned and trained by famed animal trainer and breeder Frank Inn. Inn adopted the dog in 1960 from the Burbank Animal Shelter in Burbank, California. He trained the dog, who went on to appear in the television series Petticoat Junction...
35. Rena Horten Rena Horten Makeup Department, The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour
36. María Elena Marqués María Elena Marqués Actress, The Pearl
37. Ilka Grüning Ilka Grüning Actress, Kings Row
38. Yafeu Fula Yafeu Fula Soundtrack, Django Unchained Yafeu Akiyele Fula was born October 9, 1977 in Montclair, New Jersey to Yaasmyn Fula. His father Sekou Odinga is a political prisoner currently incarcerated. Yafeu's mother and father were both respected members of the Black Panther Party along with Tupac Shakur's mother Afeni Shakur. Yafeu's family...
39. Pedro Zamora Pedro Zamora Thanks, The Real World You Never Saw
40. Alexis Minotis Alexis Minotis Actor, Notorious
41. George Reinholt George Reinholt Actor, One Life to Live
42. Jean Holloway Jean Holloway Writer, Till the Clouds Roll By Jean Holloway, born Gratia Jean Casey in San Francisco, became interested in writing for radio after winning a poetry contest upon graduating from San Jose State College. From the late 1930's, she worked on a number of quality syndicated programs, including "The Kate Smith Show" and "The Hallmark Radio Hall of Fame"...
43. Marvin Minoff Marvin Minoff Producer, Patch Adams
44. Arthur A. Ross Arthur A. Ross Writer, The Great Race Born in Chicago, Illinois, Arthur Ross started writing in high school before making his "show biz" debut, co-writing (as a teenager) a stage show called "Meet the People" that later went to Broadway. Ross' list of film/TV credits began with the all-star spoof Star Spangled Rhythm and then, after he served in the Army during World War II...
45. André Bazin André Bazin Actor, La sonate à Kreutzer
46. Colin Rix Colin Rix Actor, Eye of the Needle
47. Andrea Palma Andrea Palma Actress, The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz Andrea Palma became the first diva of Mexican cinema, when she appeared in the tragic leading role of Rosario, the prostitute of The Woman of the Port, one of the iconic films of the "cine de pecadoras" genre that became a staple in the Mexican film industry. Andrea was the daughter of Julio Bracho Zuloaga...
48. Søren Kierkegaard Søren Kierkegaard Writer, Le journal du séducteur Søren Kierkegaard, a Danish philosopher who imposed restrictions on his own love and emotions and declared the idea of subjectivity as truth, is now recognized as the founder of Existentialism, an influential author in psychology, and an important figure in Postmodernism. He was born Søren Aabye Kierkegaard on May 5...
49. Charles Chauvel Charles Chauvel Director, Jedda the Uncivilized Charles Chauvel was born in Queensland, Australia in 1897 to land owners in the south. After minding his family's farm while his father was at war with the Australian Light Horse in Sinai, he went to Sydney against his father's wishes to study drama. After some work in the movies looking after horses...
50. Aileen Mehle Aileen Mehle Self, What's My Line?
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