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1. Gene Anthony Ray Gene Anthony Ray Actor, Fame Born on May 24, 1962, in Harlem. Attended Julia Richmond High School. He performed in a dance class there and later auditioned for Louis Falco, the choreographer for the film "Fame." Actually attended New York's High School of the Performing Arts for a year before being kicked out. He was therefore perfectly cast as Leroy in the film...
2. Charlotte Coleman Charlotte Coleman Actress, Four Weddings and a Funeral
3. Eddie Bracken Eddie Bracken Actor, National Lampoon's Vacation This owl-faced comic actor enjoyed his first featured film role in the RKO production Too Many Girls, in which he reprised the role of "JoJo Jordan" that he had played in the Broadway stage version of that musical. (Into the pantheon of pop-music standards came one that Bracken had introduced in "Too Many Girls"...
4. Tony Richardson Tony Richardson Director, Tom Jones
5. Tom Villard Tom Villard Actor, My Girl Thomas Louis Villard grew up in Spencerport, New York. He has two brothers and one sister. After high school, Tom attended Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania for two years. After college, he moved to New York City. There he attended the Lee Strasberg Acting Studio and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts...
6. Ronnie Burns Ronnie Burns Actor, Anatomy of a Psycho
7. Johnny Mack Brown Johnny Mack Brown Actor, Coquette An All-American halfback while attending the University of Alabama, Johnny Mack Brown chose the silver screen over the green grass of the football field when he graduated. Signed to a contract with MGM in 1926, Brown debuted in Slide, Kelly, Slide with William Haines in a film about - baseball. This was followed by The Bugle Call...
8. Michael Blodgett Michael Blodgett Writer, Turner & Hooch The handsome and engaging Michael Blodgett was born on January 1, 1940 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Blodgett attended the University of Minnesota and began his acting career in his hometown of Minneapolis. Michael earned a law degree in political science from Cal State Los Angeles and attended Loyola Law School for a year...
9. John Hallam John Hallam Actor, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Talented and diverse Irish born character actor whose career has embraced British institutions from Raffles to Dr Who. After apprenticing in provincial theatre this commanding, actor appeared in two contrasting war films in 1968 - The Charge of the Light Brigade and Carry On up the Khyber. His next two roles were equally diverse...
10. Nick Dennis Nick Dennis Actor, A Streetcar Named Desire
11. Virginia Cherrill Virginia Cherrill Actress, City Lights Actress in US and UK films of the early 1930s. Born on a farm, Cherrill was discovered by Charles Chaplin while sitting beside him at a boxing match in Los Angeles; he introduced himself at intermission and hired her for her debut in City Lights. She met husband Cary Grant at the premiere of Blonde Venus and stopped working after their marriage in 1933...
12. Massimo Dallamano Massimo Dallamano Cinematographer, For a Few Dollars More
13. Russell Collins Russell Collins Actor, The Enemy Below
14. Jack Finney Jack Finney Writer, The Invasion Walter Braden "Jack" Finney was an American writer, mainly known for his contributions to the science-fiction genre. His most popular novels are "The Body Snatchers" (1955) and "Time and Again} (1970), although throughout his career he published nearly 50 novels that encompass the noir, thriller and comedy genres...
15. Walter Catlett Walter Catlett Actor, Bringing Up Baby Walter Catlett carved out a career for himself playing excitable, officious blowhards, and few actors did it better. A San Francisco native, he started out in vaudeville - with a detour for a while in opera - before breaking into films in the mid-1920s. Two of his best remembered roles were as the stage...
16. Jo Ann Sayers Jo Ann Sayers Actress, Drunk Driving Jo Ann Sayers (real name: Miriam Lucille Lilygren) was born in Seattle, Washington. Named after Moses' dancer-sister Miriam, she danced as a child, took violin and piano lessons and acted in school plays. She attended the University of Washington with hopes of becoming a lawyer, but was drawn to the drama department instead...
17. Sidney Fox Sidney Fox Actress, Murders in the Rue Morgue This tiny (4' 11"), appealing, coquettish-looking Hollywood actress had only a few active years in early talkies before her career took a bad hit. A few years after that she joined other shattered 1930s hopefuls (Peg Entwistle, Gwili Andre, Peggy Shannon) as tragic symbols of unrequited stardom...
18. Robert Wegner Robert Wegner Actor, The Case of the Arrogant Arsonist
19. Rémi Laurent Rémi Laurent Actor, La Cage aux Folles
20. Robert E. Sherwood Robert E. Sherwood Writer, Rebecca Robert E. Sherwood, a brilliant multifaceted writer, was born to Arthur Murray and Rosina Emmet Sherwood, educated at the Milton Academy (Massachusetts) and Harvard, and was wounded while serving with the Canadian Black Watch in WWI. His literary career started with jobs as movie critic at Vanity Fair and Life magazines...
21. Peter Lazer Peter Lazer Actor, Hombre
22. Michel Colombier Michel Colombier Composer, The Golden Child
23. Sol Kaplan Sol Kaplan Composer, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
24. Peter Swanwick Peter Swanwick Actor, The African Queen
25. Veena Veena Actress, The Chess Players
26. Jake Dengel Jake Dengel Actor, Ironweed
27. Booker T. Washington Booker T. Washington Actor, By Right of Birth
28. Daniel B. Clark Daniel B. Clark Cinematographer, Charlie Chan in Egypt
29. Sonja Davis Sonja Davis Stunts, Strange Days
30. Jean Harvey Jean Harvey Actress, There Is Also Tomorrow
31. Norman Phillips Jr. Norman Phillips Jr. Actor, Knockout Drops
32. G.R. Aldo G.R. Aldo Cinematographer, Umberto D. Noted Italian cinematographer G.R. Aldo (born Aldo Graziati) began his film career as an actor in French films, but soon gave up that profession. He kept his hand in the film business, however, becoming a still photographer, a position he kept for nearly 20 years. His eye was always on becoming a cinematographer...
33. Rita Gilman Rita Gilman Actress, Robin Hood
34. Margie Gay Margie Gay Actress, Alice Solves the Puzzle
35. Dietrich Lohmann Dietrich Lohmann Cinematographer, Deep Impact
36. Manohar Singh Manohar Singh Actor, 1942: A Love Story
37. Paul Klinger Paul Klinger Actor, Marriage in the Shadows
38. Joyce Terry Joyce Terry Actress, The Neanderthal Man
39. Oliver Hasenfratz Oliver Hasenfratz Actor, Bandits
40. Bill Saito Bill Saito Actor, Matchstick Men
41. Marie Belloc Lowndes Marie Belloc Lowndes Writer, The Lodger
42. Lucile Fairbanks Lucile Fairbanks Actress, The Strawberry Blonde
43. Valdis Sandberg Valdis Sandberg Actor, Yolanta
44. Fong Lung Fong Lung Actor, God of Gamblers
45. Augustine Augustine Actor, Kaazhcha
46. Ann Christy Ann Christy Actress, Speedy Tiny, blue-eyed Ann Christy started in films with a bit-part in Long Pants with Harry Langdon. She was then signed by one of the three major producers of silent comedy, Al Christie, to appear in a series of short comedies filmed at Paramount. It was there, that she was spotted by Harold Lloydwho...
47. Derek Marlowe Derek Marlowe Writer, A Dandy in Aspic
48. Seeleg Lester Seeleg Lester Writer, The Winning Team
49. Robert Milasch Robert Milasch Actor, The Long and Short of It
50. Charles H. Schram Charles H. Schram Make-Up Department, The Godfather: Part II
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