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1. Clark Gable Clark Gable Actor, It Happened One Night Clark Gable was an American film actor, often referred to as "The King of Hollywood" or just simply as "The King." The 1930s saw him at the peak of his acting ability and his popular appeal, as he often portrayed down-to-earth, bravado characters with a carefree attitude. He was known as the epitome of masculinity with his unmatched charm and knowing smile...
2. William Holden William Holden Actor, The Bridge on the River Kwai William Holden was born William Franklin Beedle, Jr. in O'Fallon, Illinois, to Mary Blanche (Ball), a schoolteacher, and William Franklin Beedle, Sr., an industrial chemist. He came from a wealthy family (the Beedles) that moved to Pasadena, California, when he was three. In 1937, while studying chemistry at Pasadena Junior College...
3. Edward Woodward Edward Woodward Actor, The Equalizer British actor Edward Woodward made a highly successful transition into Hollywood stardom in the mid 1980s thanks to a popular TV dramatic series. Possessing a magnetic, yet coldly handsome demeanor in the same mold as Christopher Plummer, he was born on June 1, 1930, in London and received his early education at various schools before becoming a student at Kingston College...
4. David Canary David Canary Actor, All My Children
5. Edie Sedgwick Edie Sedgwick Actress, Ciao Manhattan Edie Sedgwick was a bright social butterfly whose candle of fame burned brightly at both ends. Born into a wealthy White Anglo-Saxon Protestant family of impressive lineage, Edie became a "celebutante" for her beauty, style, wealth and her associations with figures of the 1960s counterculture. Edie was born in Santa Barbara into a prominent family plagued by mental illness...
6. Imogen Hassall Imogen Hassall Actress, El Condor Imogen Hassall is sometimes referred to as "The Countess of Cleavage" as she was better known for her glamorous celebrity than her acting talent. Imogen was born on August 25 1942, in Woking, Surrey, England and rose to prominence in the late 1960s and early 1970s as an international B-movie starlet...
7. John Boylan John Boylan Actor, American Heart
8. George Petrie George Petrie Actor, General Hospital
9. Reg Varney Reg Varney Actor, On the Buses
10. Claude Dauphin Claude Dauphin Actor, Le Plaisir In 1930, Claude, who was a stage-struck set designer at the Oden Theater, a repertory house in Paris, learned an ailing actor's part in two hours and took it over without a rehearsal. Tristan Bernard, the famous French playwright and producer took notice of this feat. He engaged Dauphin for the leading role of his next play "La fortune" was was also made into a film the next year...
11. Murray Alper Murray Alper Actor, The Maltese Falcon Alper, a wonderful movie presence, played in numerous films as a cabbie, bookie, cop or GI. Although he never achieved star rating, he appeared with some of the screens biggest names. One of his last screen appearances was as a judo instructor in "The Nutty Professor" with Jerry Lewis.
12. John Emery John Emery Actor, Spellbound
13. Siobhan McKenna Siobhan McKenna Actress, Doctor Zhivago
14. Joan Carroll Joan Carroll Actress, Meet Me in St. Louis Joan Felt was born on January 18, 1931, in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Her mother was quite a famous piano player in the 1930s. Six-year-old Joan made her film debut in Walking Down Broadway. She played the role of Sunny, and changed her name from Felt to Carroll. A role in Two Sisters followed, and the next year she had supporting roles in Barricade and Tower of London...
15. Joe C. Joe C. Actor, Osmosis Jones
16. Max Wagner Max Wagner Actor, Invaders from Mars Like thousands of "day actors' during Hollywood's Golden Era, Max Wagner toiled in relative obscurity in supporting and bit roles with the occasional meaty character part. It was a film career that sustained him as a durable and dependable actor from the mid-1920s through the '70s. The youngest of five boys...
17. Ralph Edwards Ralph Edwards Producer, This Is Your Life Ralph Edwards was born near Merino, Colorado, in 1913, moving with his family to Oakland, California, when he was 12. He worked his way through college at radio stations in Oakland and San Francisco, graduating from the University of California at Berkeley in 1935 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in drama...
18. Maureen Swanson Maureen Swanson Actress, Moulin Rouge
19. Tony Barrett Tony Barrett Writer, Peter Gunn
20. Ronald Squire Ronald Squire Actor, The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
21. Gary Graver Gary Graver Cinematographer, Sexual Roulette Gary Graver was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. In high school he produced and starred in his own weekly radio show. Moving into acting, he studied and performed at the Portland Civic Theatre and Grant High School as well as being a child circus clown and magician. He built a theater in his basement, showing 16mm films and producing plays for the neighborhood kids...
22. Arthur Askey Arthur Askey Self, Before Your Very Eyes Arthur Askey was a diminutive British comedian, born in 1900. He began his professional career as a music hall performer in 1924, but it wasn't until 1938's Band Waggon (which lasted a full five seasons), that he became a household name in England. His film debut was in the 1937 British feature Calling All Stars...
23. Robert Doyle Robert Doyle Actor, Alligator
24. Morgan Conway Morgan Conway Actor, Dick Tracy vs. Cueball Square-jawed 'tough guy' actor Morgan Conway's chief claim to fame was being the screen's first feature film Dick Tracy (though Ralph Byrd, who bore a closer physical resemblance to Chester Gould's comic strip detective, had previously enacted the part in four 1930's Republic serials). Columbia University graduate Conway...
25. Ken Renard Ken Renard Actor, True Grit
26. Hooper Atchley Hooper Atchley Actor, Mr. Wong, Detective
27. Pierre Granier-Deferre Pierre Granier-Deferre Writer, Le chat
28. Robert 'Big Buck' Maffei Robert 'Big Buck' Maffei Actor, The Lord of the Rings
29. Ronni Chasen Ronni Chasen Miscellaneous Crew, Driving Miss Daisy Ronni Chasen was born Veronica Cohen in Kingston, New York. She always harbored childhood ambitions to be a publicist after Roy Rogers and Dale Evans made a personal appearance in Madison Square Garden. Ronnie shook hands with Evans, and later told everyone she saw that she "shook hands with the Queen of the West!"...
30. Michael C. Gross Michael C. Gross Producer, Ghostbusters
31. Betty Cole Betty Cole Actress, The Postman Always Rings Twice
32. Margaret Trigg Margaret Trigg Actress, R.O.T.O.R.
33. Jayan Jayan Actor, Kolilakkam
34. Sheila Sweet Sheila Sweet Actress, The Grove Family
35. Harold Lang Harold Lang Actor, The Quatermass Xperiment
36. Carlos Estrada Carlos Estrada Actor, La tía Tula
37. Kirk Scott Kirk Scott Actor, Heathers
38. Robert A. Cinader Robert A. Cinader Writer, Adam-12 Robert A. Cinader, also fondly known as RAC, was born on November 10, 1924. He was raised in New York City, where he attended prestigious Townsend Harris, an experimental prep school open only to those public school students with extremely high IQs. He enrolled at New York University for a semester before being drafted into the army during World War II...
39. Joe Hasselhoff Joe Hasselhoff Self, Piers Morgan's Life Stories
40. Charles Champlin Charles Champlin Producer, The Road to War Charles Champlin is a Harvard graduate who was a writer for Time and Life magazines before going to work for the Los Angeles Times as an entertainment editor in 1965, specializing in the motion picture industry. A few years later he became the paper's chief film critic and served in that capacity until 1980...
41. Petar Prlicko Petar Prlicko Actor, Kapetan Mikula Mali
42. Fernando Casanova Fernando Casanova Actor, El Handsome, husky leading man, chiefly in westerns and "comedias rancheras", Casanova appeared as an extra as early as 1946. His break-through came in 1953: after playing alongside star María Félix in Camelia, and appearing in Luis Buñuel's _Él (1952)_ and 'Emilio Fernández''s Reportaje...
43. Tian-Lin Wang Tian-Lin Wang Director, Su xiao mei
44. Peter Forster Peter Forster Actor, Escape from the Planet of the Apes
45. Helen Gilmore Helen Gilmore Actress, Bumping Into Broadway
46. David Lind David Lind
47. Gilbert Harding Gilbert Harding Self, What's My Line Probably the most famous personality on British TV in the 1950s, Gilbert Harding was notorious for his rudeness and short temper as a panel member on the genteel parlor game What's My Line, a program he occasionally presented. He also appeared in several British films, mostly playing himself. His most celebrated (if not infamous) appearance on film or TV was on the interview show Face to Face...
48. Elfie Pertramer Elfie Pertramer Actress, Max, der Taschendieb
49. Roberto Risso Roberto Risso Actor, Bread, Love and Dreams
50. Duke Moore Duke Moore Actor, Plan 9 from Outer Space
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