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1. Jonathan Brandis Jonathan Brandis Actor, One Life to Live Born in Danbury, Connecticut, USA, to Greg and Mary, Jonathan Brandis began his career at age 5, acting in television commercials. He appeared in small parts in several films and TV shows before his first starring role in the 1990 film The Neverending Story II: The Next Chapter. He starred in popular films such as Ladybugs and starred as Lucas Wolenczak in Steven Spielberg's television series SeaQuest 2032...
2. Eve Arden Eve Arden Actress, Grease Eve was born just north of San Francisco in Mill Valley and was interested in show business from an early age. At 16, she made her stage debut after quitting school to joined a stock company. After appearing in minor roles in two films under her real name, Eunice Quedens, she found that the stage offered her the same minor roles...
3. Warren Clarke Warren Clarke Actor, A Clockwork Orange Lancashire-born Warren Clarke was an actor of immense presence and considerable versatility who turned his wide-shouldered, robust appearance and lived-in, hangdog facial features into an asset. For more than two and a half decades he had toiled in a wide variety of supporting roles before finding international success as the often crude...
4. Robert Stephens Robert Stephens Actor, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes Sir Robert Stephens was a flamboyant, award-winning Shakespearean actor who called himself 'knight errant.' One of his three ex-wives was the actress Maggie Smith with whom he acted in the 1960's and 1970's on stage and on film. Sir Robert faded from view for most of the late 1970's and 1980's, resurfacing in recent years to give fine Shakespearean performances...
5. Diane Brewster Diane Brewster Actress, The Young Philadelphians Diane Brewster was born on March 11, 1931, in Kansas City, Missouri. She was largely a character actress in both motion pictures and television. She was 24 years old when she began acting on TV. Her first role was in a few episodes of the westerns Cheyenne and Zane Grey Theater. Her first motion picture roles was as Sylvia Quentin in Pharaoh's Curse in 1956...
6. Penny Singleton Penny Singleton Actress, Jetsons: The Movie Her father was Irish Philadelphian newspaperman, Benny McNulty. He was related to Jim Farley Roosevelt's campaign managers and later Postmaster General. As a child, she sang songs at a silent movie theater. After the sixth grade she joined a touring vaudeville act called "The Kiddie Kabaret." Billed as Penny McNulty...
7. Kay E. Kuter Kay E. Kuter Actor, The Last Starfighter
8. Al Ruscio Al Ruscio Actor, The Godfather: Part III
9. Dave Willock Dave Willock Actor, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? For over five decades veteran character actor Dave Willock could be spotted as your friendly neighbor, buddy or unassuming blue-collar in hundreds of assorted films--both comedy and drama. Tall and lanky marked with a slightly long, gaunt puss, flat vocal pattern and jug-like ears, he was for the most part an amiable guy who blended in unobtrusively as a benign servile -- cabbie...
10. Albert Hague Albert Hague Actor, Fame Songwriter ("Young and Foolish") and composer, educated at the Royal Conservatory of St. Cecilia in Rome (on scholarship) with Dante Alderighi and at the University of Cincinnati (on scholarship) with Sidney Durst. He served in the USAF during World War II. On Broadway, he wrote songs for the musical "Dance Me a Song"...
11. Ira Levin Ira Levin Writer, Rosemary's Baby Ira Levin decided on a career of a writer at the age of 15. Educated at the elite Horace Mann school, he went on to two years at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, before transferring to New York University, where he majored in philosophy and English. He earned his degree in 1950. In 1953 he was drafted into the army...
12. Charles 'Honi' Coles Charles 'Honi' Coles Actor, Dirty Dancing
13. Anna Sten Anna Sten Actress, The Wedding Night Born in Russia to a Ukrainian father and a Swedish mother, Anna Sten studied at the Russian Film Academy and joined the Moscow Art Theater. Strikingly beautiful, she went on to appear in a number of Russian silent films, but it was in the German film Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasoff that Anna gained notice. Samuel Goldwyn saw a picture of Anna in the paper and rushed to view the film...
14. Gabriele Tinti Gabriele Tinti Actor, The Flight of the Phoenix
15. Sid Tomack Sid Tomack Actor, A Double Life
16. Eddie Mayehoff Eddie Mayehoff Actor, How to Murder Your Wife Baltimore-born Eddie Mayehoff started out as a salesman before finding out that comedy was his real forte. A jack of all trades, he went on to become a bandleader (he attended the Yale School of Music), a radio comedy writer and a television emcee at various stages of his longstanding career. As an actor...
17. Peter Leeds Peter Leeds Actor, The Last Time I Saw Paris A popular character actor who played straight man to many comic greats, including Bob Hope, Milton Berle, Jerry Lewis & Dean Martin, Jack Benny, and Red Skelton. Accompanied Hope on 14 international USO tours. Appeared on Broadway with Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller in "Sugar Babies." Appeared over 8000 times on television, particularly in the fifties and sixties.
18. Richard Pasco Richard Pasco Actor, Mrs Brown
19. J.D. Peralta J.D. Peralta Miscellaneous Crew, Once More, with Feeling
20. Russell Clark Russell Clark Miscellaneous Crew, Fallen
21. Ferdinando Baldi Ferdinando Baldi Director, Goodbye Texas
22. Paul Wendkos Paul Wendkos Director, Gidget
23. David Oliver David Oliver Actor, Another World
24. Al Mancini Al Mancini Actor, Miller's Crossing
25. Charles Quinlivan Charles Quinlivan Actor, Seven Guns to Mesa
26. John Mitchell John Mitchell Self, Jimi Plays Monterey
27. Jarma Lewis Jarma Lewis Actress, Raintree County
28. Dermot Harris Dermot Harris Producer, Echoes of a Summer
29. Rolf Müller Rolf Müller Actor, The Blue Angel
30. Elizabeth Gaskell Elizabeth Gaskell Writer, Return to Cranford: Part One - August 1844
31. Whitfield Cook Whitfield Cook Writer, Strangers on a Train
32. Alberto Cavallone Alberto Cavallone Writer, La guerra del ferro: Ironmaster
33. Paul Krasny Paul Krasny Director, Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel
34. Younes Shalaby Younes Shalaby Actor, Kalil Mina Al-Hob Kathir Mina Al-Unf
35. Theodore Lorch Theodore Lorch Actor, Flash Gordon
36. Henryk Mikolaj Górecki Henryk Mikolaj Górecki Soundtrack, The Tree of Life
37. Ravi Chopra Ravi Chopra Director, Baghban
38. Cameron Duncan Cameron Duncan Director, Strike Zone Ever since his childhood, Cameron Duncan wanted to make movies. On weekends he could often be found shooting video with his friends, often elaborate war scenes that featured explosions made with household chemicals. As he entered his teens his filmmaking skills matured greatly, and he made a public awareness commercial about traffic safety that was very highly acclaimed...
39. Janet Alcoriza Janet Alcoriza Writer, Nocturne of Love
40. Norman Rose Norman Rose Actor, One Life to Live
41. George Houston George Houston Actor, Frontier Scout This movie cowboy was actually born in New Jersey just before the turn of the 20th century, the son of a Protestant minister. He sang in his father's church choir, and after graduating high school he attended the private Blair Academy and then continued his musical training at New York's famous Julliard School (then known as the Institute of Musical Arts)...
42. Jacques Dynam Jacques Dynam Actor, Fantomas
43. Cathy Henderson Cathy Henderson Casting Director, Hawaii Five-O
44. Sergey Urusevskiy Sergey Urusevskiy Cinematographer, The Cranes Are Flying
45. Gregory J. Markopoulos Gregory J. Markopoulos Director, Twice a Man
46. Doyle Bramhall Doyle Bramhall Soundtrack, 21
47. Jack Wrather Jack Wrather Producer, The Lone Ranger Oil millionaire who bought the rights to "The Lone Ranger". Also produced "Lassie and "Sgt. Preston of the Yukon". He built the Disneyland Hotel, founded Los Angeles' PBS station KCET and turned the Queen Mary and Howard Hughes' experimental airplane, "The Spruce Goose", into tourist attractions in Long Beach...
48. Bill Dickey Bill Dickey Self, The Stratton Story Perhaps the best major league catcher of the 1930s, Bill Dickey caught for the New York Yankees during the transition from the Babe Ruth/Lou Gehrig era to the Joe DiMaggio era. He was strong and composed at bat and behind the plate. In the 1934 All-Star game, when Carl Hubbell struck out Ruth...
49. John Tavener John Tavener Soundtrack, Children of Men
50. Richard Buckley Richard Buckley Self, Episode #7.3
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