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1. Bill Bixby Bill Bixby Actor, The Incredible Hulk The son of a sales clerk and a department store owner, Bill Bixby was the sixth-generation Californian born as Wilfred Bailey Bixby, on January 22, 1934, in San Francisco, California. An only child growing up in the 1940s and 1950s, he attended schools in the same area, took ballroom dance lessons, before attending Lowell High School...
2. Deborah Raffin Deborah Raffin Actress, Death Wish 3 Deborah Raffin was one of two female co-stars in the hugely popular TV mini-series Noble House adapted from the 1981 bestseller of the same name by James Clavell. Ms. Raffin played the part of Casey Tcholok, vice-president of corporate raider Par-Con Industries. Her character is clever, beautiful & all-business...
3. Jack Purvis Jack Purvis Actor, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
4. Gardner McKay Gardner McKay Actor, Adventures in Paradise Gardner is the son of Deane McKay, an ad executive, and Catherine. He was raised in New York and Paris. He attended Cornell University two years but left when his father died. He worked in advertising for 6 months but found that he could not stand it. At age 20, he became a sculptor and had a piece displayed in the Museum of Modern Art...
5. Max Baer Max Baer Actor, Africa Screams Max Baer was boxing's most colorful World Heavyweight Champion until Muhammad Ali arrived on the scene some 30 years later. A 6' 4" mountain of muscle and movie-star handsome, he could have been a movie-star instead of a boxer. But "Mad Cap" Maxie just loved to fight. And fight he did, racking up an impressive knockout streak in California...
6. Lee Patrick Lee Patrick Actress, Vertigo Lee Patrick could play a tough, scrapping, hard-bitten dame as she did in the gritty women's prison drama Caged, or the meek and twittery socialite wife as exemplified as Doris Upson in the freewheeling farce Auntie Mame. The versatile character actress had plenty of places to go in films and TV and she did...
7. June Filmer June Filmer Actress, One Man's Journey
8. Fernando Fernán Gómez Fernando Fernán Gómez Actor, All About My Mother Spanish actor and director of cinema and theater. Son of the actress Carola Fernán Gómez. When he was three years old he comes back to Spain from Argentina. He has written comedies, novels and poem books. He plays a wide repertoire of roles from comedy to drama.
9. Robert Benchley Robert Benchley Actor, Foreign Correspondent Although by his own account Benchley was not quite a writer and not quite an actor, he managed to become one of the best-known humorists and comedians of his time. As a Harvard undergraduate, Benchley gave his first comic performance, impersonating a befuddled after-dinner speaker. The act made him a campus celebrity -- and remained in Benchley's repertoire for the rest of his life...
10. Marcelino Sánchez Marcelino Sánchez Actor, The Warriors Born Marcelino Sánchez on December 5, 1957, in Cayey, Puerto Rico, he died of AIDS-related cancer in his Hollywood home on November 21, 1986. Sanchez began acting in the late 1970s. His third film role was that of Rembrandt, a young, naïve gang member with a flair for spray painting in The Warriors...
11. Dar Robinson Dar Robinson Stunts, Lethal Weapon One of the modern US cinema's greatest stuntmen and stunt innovators, Dar Robinson only appeared in a relatively small number of films compared to other stuntmen (before losing his life in an off-set motorcycle accident); however, he set new benchmarks in stunt performances. Robinson first appeared onscreen doubling for Steve McQueen jumping into the sea off a clifftop in Papillon...
12. Paul Wexler Paul Wexler Actor, 101 Dalmatians
13. Jerry Colonna Jerry Colonna Actor, Alice in Wonderland Comedian, composer, songwriter ("At Dusk", "I Came to Say Goodbye"), author and trombonist, educated in high school, then a trombonist with the Columbia Symphony (1931-1936). He was a member of the Bob Hope radio program, and appears in many films. Joining ASCAP in 1956, his other songs include "Life of a Sailor", "Sleighbells in the Sky", "Take Your Time", and "One Day".
14. Harry von Zell Harry von Zell Actor, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show Portly, pudding-faced, wavy dark-haired actor/announcer Harry Von Zell, whose well-modulated voice was a standard radio fixture during the 1930s and '40s, also extended his talents toward film and TV where he appeared in numerous comedy outings, often as a straight man foil. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana...
15. Derek Deadman Derek Deadman Actor, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone The chances are, you have seen Derek Deadman in a movie - but just don't realize it! He is one of those actors to whom you instantly recognize the face, but not the name. He has starred in a whole array of films and television series since the 1970s, playing normally minor roles, generally as the fall guy who gets kicked around by some nasty villain...
16. Pat Hogan Pat Hogan Actor, The Last Frontier Thurman Lee Haas was born on 3 February, 1920 in central Oklahoma on the Pottawatomie Indian Reservation (home of the Kickapoo Tribe). His parents were Reuben Claude Haas and the former Ann Maud Waldrip. His father was a farmer who later became involved in tribal governments in Oklahoma and the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming...
17. Daniel Mann Daniel Mann Director, BUtterfield 8 Stage, television and film director Daniel Mann was born Daniel Chugerman on August 8, 1912, in Brooklyn, NY. He was a child performer and attended the New York's Professional Children's School. He studied with renowned acting teacher Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse, eventually becoming his assistant. Mann was one of the first acting teachers at the Actors Studio...
18. Ralph Foody Ralph Foody Actor, Home Alone
19. Ivan Linow Ivan Linow Actor, The River
20. Quentin Crisp Quentin Crisp Actor, Orlando Quentin Crisp was born Denis Pratt on Christmas Day, 1908, in the London suburb of Sutton. He the youngest of four children; his father was lawyer, mother former nursery governess. In his autobiographical work, "The Naked Civil Servant", he describes a difficult childhood in a rigorously homophobic society...
21. John 'Cha Cha' Ciarcia John 'Cha Cha' Ciarcia Actor, Goodfellas
22. Simon Scuddamore Simon Scuddamore Actor, Slaughter High Simon Scudamore was born on April 15, 1956 in Westminster, London, England. He was the son of James and Pauline Scudamore and had two brothers named Nick and Matthew. He worked at a school for deprived children. Scudamore's sole acting role in a movie was a substantial part as vengeful and disfigured...
23. John Whedon John Whedon Writer, The Donna Reed Show
24. Bruno Gerussi Bruno Gerussi Actor, The Beachcombers
25. John Barclay John Barclay Actor, Soylent Green
26. Ron Thornton Ron Thornton Visual Effects, The Crazies
27. Fred Holliday Fred Holliday Actor, Days of Our Lives
28. Willis Burks II Willis Burks II Actor, King of California
29. Dorothy Jeakins Dorothy Jeakins Costume Designer, The Sound of Music Distinguished American costume designer, who worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including John Huston, William Wyler, Cecil B. DeMille and Robert Wise. Abandoned by her parents at an early age, Dorothy Jeakins was educated at schools in San Diego and Los Angeles. Early in her childhood...
30. Harvey Hart Harvey Hart Director, Peyton Place
31. Walter Rilla Walter Rilla Actor, Day of Anger The tall, expressively-browed, rather stern-looking character actor Walter Rilla was educated at the University of Koenigsberg and first worked as a newspaper journalist, drama critic and story editor for the Berliner Theater. He acted on stage from 1921, making his screen debut the following year. He quickly established himself as a leading player in German and French films...
32. Kamaljit Singh Kamaljit Singh Actor, Son of India
33. Sara García Sara García Actress, Los tres García The legendary "granny of Mexican cinema" began her movie career when she was a 22-year-old teacher in a nun's school for girls. One day, young Sara's attention was attracted to a small building in downtown Mexico City. Inside it was Azteca Films, one of the very first mexican film production companies...
34. Richard Wordsworth Richard Wordsworth Actor, The Curse of the Werewolf
35. Frances Chaney Frances Chaney Sound Department, The Big Night
36. Edward Connelly Edward Connelly Actor, The Saphead American character actor of silent films, Edward Connelly, a native New Yorker, was a newspaperman before he became an actor, being a reporter for the New York Sunl. At 25 he joined a theatrical stock company in Kansas City and appeared subsequently on Broadway in such plays as "Shore Acres," "The Belle...
37. Thomas Bermingham Thomas Bermingham Miscellaneous Crew, The Exorcist
38. Ralph Burns Ralph Burns Music Department, Cabaret Songwriter ("Early Autumn", "Bijou"), bandleader, composer, conductor, arranger and pianist, educated at the New England Conservatory. He studied piano with Marion Deviney. He was a pianist and arranger for the Charlie Barnet orchestra, and later with Woody Herman for seven years. He arranged for Broadway musicals...
39. Germán Robles Germán Robles Actor, Marisol
40. Roy Gaintner Roy Gaintner Actor, Eight Legged Freaks Roy Gaintner, 1916-2008, was a long-time actor on a number of local theater levels, as well as performing in movies and commercials. Born in Lancaster, PA in 1916, he was involved in little theater work there until the late 1930s. After moving to the Washington, D.C. area, he became active with the Crossroads Theater Group in Arlington...
41. Louise Coldren Louise Coldren Actress, Deliverance
42. Maurizio Arena Maurizio Arena Actor, The Career of a Chambermaid
43. Robert Stroud Robert Stroud Self, The Big House
44. Hadda Brooks Hadda Brooks Actress, The Thirteenth Floor
45. Robert Kaufman Robert Kaufman Writer, Love at First Bite
46. Ivan Jandl Ivan Jandl Actor, The Search Ivan Jandl was born in 1937 to the family of accountant Klement Jandl and his wife, Bozena. When he was three, he suffered from polio, and it seemed that he would not be able to walk again, but a Dr. Pribramsky managed to do what seemed a miracle: Ivan was soon practically perfectly well. While at school...
47. Henry Purcell Henry Purcell Soundtrack, The Wolf of Wall Street
48. Anne McCaffrey Anne McCaffrey Writer, Freedom: First Resistance
49. George E. Carey George E. Carey Actor, General Hospital
50. Bob Amsberry Bob Amsberry Actor, Sleeping Beauty Bob Amsberry was born in Boring, Oregon. He worked as a radio disc jockey for KEX in Portland for eight years before getting his chance in television almost by accident. Bob was brought to Hollywood by Walt Disney to write songs for The Mickey Mouse Club. He did so well that when the time came to add...
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