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1. James Coburn James Coburn Actor, Monsters, Inc. Lanky, charismatic and versatile actor with an amazing grin that put everyone at ease, James Coburn studied acting at UCLA, and then moved to New York to study under noted acting coach Stella Adler. After being noticed in several stage productions, Coburn appeared in a handful of minor westerns before being cast as the knife-throwing...
2. Cab Calloway Cab Calloway Actor, The Blues Brothers Bandleader, songwriter ("Minnie the Moocher", "Are You Hep to That Jive?"), composer, singer, actor and author, educated at Crane College. While studying law, he sang with the band The Alabamians, and took over the group in 1928. He led The Missourians orchestra, then organized and led his own orchestra...
3. Harold J. Stone Harold J. Stone Actor, Spartacus Never a big name but always a reliable staple on TV crime shows during the 1960s and 1970s, Harold J. Stone usually was seen in a strong, unsympathetic vein -- an unyielding father or husband, corrupt businessman, menacing crime figure, etc. A sober-looking gent with a block jaw, Romanesque-styled nose and steely gray-black hair, he was also prone to playing ethnic types of varying origins...
4. Fritz Feld Fritz Feld Actor, Bringing Up Baby
5. Michael Kamen Michael Kamen Music Department, Lethal Weapon
6. Carolyn Kearney Carolyn Kearney Actress, The Thing That Couldn't Die Born in Detroit and raised in New Orleans, Carolyn Kearney began studying at the Pasadena Playhouse in the mid-1950s, and was soon acting in stage productions, opposite veterans Stuart Erwin, Edward Everett Horton, Gladys Cooper, Leo G. Carroll and Cecil Kellaway. In addition to many TV appearances...
7. Beatrice Colen Beatrice Colen Actress, High Anxiety
8. Donald Meek Donald Meek Actor, Stagecoach On British and Australian stage before coming to the USA in 1912, he played more than 800 roles, starting with Sir Henry Irving at age 8. He first appeared in the US at Castle Square Theatre, Boston, in 1912, and made his New York debut in 1917 in "Going Up".
9. Johnny Haymer Johnny Haymer Actor, Annie Hall
10. Vivian Bonnell Vivian Bonnell Actress, Ghost
11. Gia Carangi Gia Carangi
12. Evgeniy Lazarev Evgeniy Lazarev Actor, Iron Man 2
13. Walter Wanger Walter Wanger Producer, Cleopatra A graduate of Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, Walter Wanger was among the more literate and socially conscious American film producers of his time. At the peak of his career, his salary was exceeded only by that of Louis B. Mayer at MGM. Wanger had served in the air force on the Italian front during World War I...
14. Sharon Jones Sharon Jones Composer, Miss Sharon Jones! Born Sharon Lafaye Jones in Augusta, Georgia, she moved to New York City at an early age. With a gifted voice, performing gospel songs in Church, since childhood, she has only recently received acclaim by the public and her peers in the areas of Soul, Funk and Rhythm and Blues. Until the late 90s she was still employed at her "day Job" as a Correction Officer at NYC's Rikers Island...
15. Peter Cartwright Peter Cartwright Actor, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
16. Victor Francen Victor Francen Actor, La fin du jour
17. Reinhard Kolldehoff Reinhard Kolldehoff Actor, The Damned
18. Malcolm McFee Malcolm McFee Actor, Oh! What a Lovely War Malcolm McFee, an English actor born in the mid-1940s, was best known for his role as "Peter Craven" in the hit TV series Please Sir! and The Fenn Street Gang. Inspired by the 1967 movie To Sir, with Love, Please Sir! - which debuted in 1968 - was itself the inspiration for the American series Welcome Back, Kotter...
19. Man Ray Man Ray Director, Emak-Bakia American painter and artist in various media who participated in a few films. He helped found the Dada movement and was the prime American participant in the Surrealist movement. An American expatriate to Paris in the 1920s, he was a member of the so-called "Lost Generation" of creative minds associated with that time and place...
20. Georg John Georg John Actor, M
21. Joseph P. Kennedy Joseph P. Kennedy Miscellaneous Crew, The Trespasser Patriarch of a famous political family, Kennedy had a brief Hollywood career: He was one of the first financiers to play a leading role in the movie industry. Although he grew up in modest East Boston, where his father was a barkeeper and politician, Kennedy was educated with the Establishment's children at Boston Latin School and Harvard...
22. Mauritz Stiller Mauritz Stiller Director, The Saga of Gösta Berling Moshe "Mauritz" Stiller, born July 17, 1883, in Helsinki, Finland, was a director, writer and actor. He began his artistic activity in the theatre, as an actor at 16. Mauritz Stiller portrayed 87 roles from 1899-1916 and directed 16 productions 1911-28. Together with Viktor Sjöström ( director, actor...
23. Roy Kellino Roy Kellino Director, Four Star Playhouse Roy Kellino was born on April 22, 1912 in London, England as Philip Roy Gislingham. He was a director and cinematographer, known for Four Star Playhouse, _Schlitz Playhouse (1951) (TV Series)_, and Charade. He was married firstly to Pamela Ostrer (later known as Pamela Mason), and secondly to Barbara Billingsley. He died unexpectedly on November 18, 1956 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
24. Forbes Murray Forbes Murray Actor, A Chump at Oxford
25. Patricia Broderick Patricia Broderick Writer, Infinity
26. Marcel Proust Marcel Proust Writer, Marcel Proust's Time Regained Marcel Proust was a French intellectual, author and critic, best known for his seven-volume fiction 'In search of Lost Time'. He coined the term "involuntary memory", which became also known as "Proust effect" in modern psychology. He was born Valentin Louis Georges Eugéne Marcel Proust, on July 10...
27. Lee Beggs Lee Beggs Actor, The Egyptian Mummy
28. Valerian Smith Valerian Smith Actor, The Toy
29. Roger Barrett Roger Barrett Actor, Days of Wine and Roses
30. Willard Mack Willard Mack Writer, Caught Short
31. Troy Brown Sr. Troy Brown Sr. Actor, Nothing Sacred
32. Luigi Batzella Luigi Batzella Editor, The Beast in Heat
33. Don Dillaway Don Dillaway Actor, Pack Up Your Troubles
34. Arthur Q. Bryan Arthur Q. Bryan Actor, Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends Arthur Q. Bryan was best known as the voice of Elmer Fudd in the Warner Brothers cartoons, but was also an accomplished radio actor, playing Doc Gamble on "Fibber McGee and Molly" for over 10 seasons beginning in 1943.
35. Bill McLean Bill McLean Actor, House
36. Jonah Lomu Jonah Lomu Self, River Deep, Mountain High: James Nesbitt in New Zealand
37. Hilton Edwards Hilton Edwards Actor, Othello
38. Odette Myrtil Odette Myrtil Actress, The Last Time I Saw Paris
39. Norma Connolly Norma Connolly Actress, General Hospital
40. Jerry Jones Jerry Jones Actor, Dolemite
41. Cy Coleman Cy Coleman Soundtrack, American Hustle Songwriter ("Witchcraft", "Big Spender", "Hey, Look Me Over"), composer and pianist, educated at the High School of Music and Art and the New York College of Music. He also studied with Rudolph Gruen (on scholarship) and Adele Marcus. He gave his first piano recitals at age six in Steinway Hall and Town Hall in New York...
42. Paul Bowles Paul Bowles Writer, The Sheltering Sky Composer and author, educated at the University of Virginia, he studied with Aaron Copland and Virgil Thomson, and received Guggenheim and Rockefeller grants. Paul Bowles joined ASCAP in 1945, and he researched folk music in Spain, North Africa, the Antilles, and South and Central America. He lived 52 years in Tangier...
43. Peggy Lloyd Peggy Lloyd Actress, Cover Girl
44. Garland Thompson Garland Thompson Camera and Electrical Department, Ski School
45. Jim Jones Jim Jones Self, Bastard Pink Jim Jones was born during the Great Depression, the only son of James Thurmond Jones and Lynette Jones (neé Putnam). His father was an alcoholic Klansman and he claimed his mother was part Cherokee Indian. He spent most of his formative years in conservative rural Indiana. His father struggled to earn a living as a mystic fortune teller...
46. Cole Brown Cole Brown Actor, Raptor Ranch
47. Gregory Mitchell Gregory Mitchell Actor, Chicago
48. André Valmy André Valmy Actor, L'inspecteur Leclerc enquête
49. Edward Clark Edward Clark Actor, The Iron Hand Edward Clark AKA E.A. Clarke was a prolific actor of the silent and sound era, but NOT the same person as the similarly named songwriter ("Heart of My Heart"), composer, author, director and producer, who came to the USA in 1891, was a vaudeville comedian, composed the Broadway stage score and libretto for "Little Miss Charity"...
50. Pal the Dog Pal the Dog Actor, That Oriental Game Pal the Dog was a very intelligent bull terrier who began his movie career at the age four when he was teamed up with actor Wallace Reid. He would go on to become a favorite of young movie goers throughout the country for almost a decade. Pal died at the age of fourteen in Hollywood.
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