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1. John Carradine John Carradine Actor, The Grapes of Wrath John Carradine, the son of a reporter/artist and a surgeon, grew up in Poughkeepsie, New York. He attended Christ Church School and Graphic Art School, studying sculpture, and afterward roamed the South selling sketches. He made his acting debut in "Camille" in a New Orleans theatre in 1925. Arriving in Los Angeles in 1927...
2. Irvin Kershner Irvin Kershner Director, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back Irvin Kershner was born on April 29, 1923 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A graduate of the University of Southern California film school, Kershner began his career in 1950, producing documentaries for the United States Information Service in the Middle East. He later turned to television, directing and photographing a series of documentaries called "Confidential File"...
3. Billie Bird Billie Bird Actress, Home Alone Vaudeville comedienne Billie Bird Sellen was discovered at an orphanage at the age of eight years and hired to tour theater circuits with a vaudeville troupe. During the Vietnam War she accompanied 12 USO tours entertaining the troops in the war zone in the 1960s and 1970s. She had worked as recently as 1995 when she appeared in Jury Duty...
4. Marc Lawrence Marc Lawrence Actor, From Dusk Till Dawn Swarthy, pock-faced actor who has portrayed sinister types throughout his long career.
5. Ken Russell Ken Russell Director, Tommy Ken Russell tried several professions, before choosing to become a film director. He was a still photographer, a dancer and even served in the army, but it was film that was to be Mr. Russell's destiny. He began by making several short films, and those paved the way for his brilliant television films of the sixties that are acclaimed for his attention to detail and opulent visuals...
6. David White David White Actor, The Apartment American stage actor who appeared frequently on television and occasionally but impressively in films. A Marine Corps veteran of the Second World War, he worked on Broadway and on tour in stage productions after the war. In the late 1950s, he became an increasingly familiar face on American television...
7. Angela Aames Angela Aames Actress, Scarface Angela Aames grew up in Pierre, South Dakota. She acted in high school and attended the University of South Dakota before coming to Hollywood in 1978 to begin her acting career. Her first film role was as Little Bo Peep in the film Fairy Tales. She followed that up by playing Linda "Boom-Boom" Bang in H.O.T.S....
8. Lotte Lenya Lotte Lenya Actress, From Russia with Love Lotte Lenya was a Tony Award-winning and Academy award-nominated actress and singer who is best remembered for her supporting role as Rosa Klebb in the classic Bond film From Russia with Love. She was born Karoline Wilhelmine Charlotte Blaumauer on October 18, 1898, in Vienna, Austria (at that time Austro-Hungarian Empire)...
9. Lewis Collins Lewis Collins Actor, The Final Option Underated British leading man predominantly of the Seventies and Eighties, Collins made his mark in the 1970s action drama The Professionals. As hard man "William Bodie", Collins became a household name, worldwide. Unfortunately, since the show ended in 1983, Lewis Collins has been miscast in a number of cheap straight-to-video foreign actioners.
10. Jocelyn Brando Jocelyn Brando Actress, The Big Heat Jocelyn Brando, the older sister of Marlon Brando, was born Nov. 18, 1919, in San Francisco, California, to Marlon Brando Sr. and his wife, the former Dorothy Pennebaker. Joceyln and Marlon and their sister Frances grew up mostly on a farm near Evanston, Illinois, though the family moved around during their childhoods...
11. Ryan Knight Ryan Knight Self, The Challenge: Battle of the Seasons Aftershow
12. Wolfgang Preiss Wolfgang Preiss Actor, A Bridge Too Far Born in Nuremberg on February 27, 1910, the son of a school teacher, well-known German actor Wolfgang Preiss started studying philsophy and theatre sciences alternately (including dance training) and made his stage debut in 1932 in Munich. He appeared in many theatres throughout his country in the 30s including Heidelberg...
13. Richard Kelton Richard Kelton Actor, McQ Richard Kelton was born in Lincoln, Nebraska on April 29, 1943 to (Alvis) Fred and Glenna Kelton, where his father was stationed and served as a flight instructor and engineer for the army air corps. After World War II, his father began a career as a teacher and school principal. While growing up in Miami...
14. Steve Tracy Steve Tracy Actor, Steigler and Steigler
15. Michael Keep Michael Keep Actor, Person or Persons Unknown
16. P.D. James P.D. James Writer, Children of Men
17. Eugene O'Neill Eugene O'Neill Writer, Long Day's Journey Into Night Eugene O'Neil, the winner of four Pulitzer Prizes for Drama and the 1936 Nobel Prize for Literature, is widely considered the greatest American playwright. No one, not Maxwell Anderson, Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, nor Edward Albee, approaches O'Neill in terms of his artistic achievement or his impact on the American theater...
18. Harry Harvey Harry Harvey Actor, Ace in the Hole Harvey had a musical background and began his entertainment career in 1918 with "Gus Hill's Honey Boy Minstrels." From there he went on to appear in various minstrel and burlesque shows. This led to many roles in Broadway shows. He went to Hollywood in 1934 and had a career spanning almost fifty years...
19. John Conwell John Conwell Miscellaneous Crew, On Thursday We Leave for Home
20. Laura Hawn Laura Hawn Actress, Swing Shift
21. Warren Vanders Warren Vanders Actor, Rooster Cogburn
22. Anne Barton Anne Barton Actress, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
23. Susan Shaw Susan Shaw Actress, Fire Maidens of Outer Space The lovely blonde actress, Susan Shaw, was groomed by the Rank Organisation in England for a career in film in the 40s and 50s. She was born on August 29, 1929 in West Norwood, England. Susan was at her best when cast in a role as a pretty young slip of a girl with her nose in the air. After a marriage to actor Albert Lieven...
24. Harvey Milk Harvey Milk Thanks, Milk
25. Steve Gordon Steve Gordon Writer, Arthur
26. Jill Furse Jill Furse Actress, Goodbye, Mr. Chips
27. Sunny Vickers Sunny Vickers Actress, Ridin' the Outlaw Trail
28. Anthony Jackson Anthony Jackson Actor, Labyrinth
29. Claire Brennen Claire Brennen Actress, She Freak
30. Richard Kuss Richard Kuss Actor, The Deer Hunter
31. Bill Moor Bill Moor Actor, Kramer vs. Kramer
32. Lya De Putti Lya De Putti Actress, The Informer The daughter of a Hungarian baron and countess, Lya De Putti went on to perform classical ballet in Berlin, Germany, after a brief stint in Hungarian vaudeville. She later made several films at the German UFA studios, most notably Jealousy, before going to Hollywood in 1926. While in America she starred in several movies, mostly in vamp roles.
33. Jacques Gallo Jacques Gallo Actor, The Magic Sword
34. Peter Brandon Peter Brandon Actor, As the World Turns
35. Tom Walls Tom Walls Actor, A Cuckoo in the Nest Comedy farceur Tom Walls is indelibly associated with the popular Aldwych Theatre farces of the 1920s and 1930s. Born in 1883, this English gent was a former constable and jockey before making his stage debut in 1905. As the star and producer of a succession of witty spoofs typically denigrating society's uppercrust...
36. Larry Duran Larry Duran Actor, One-Eyed Jacks American bit player and stuntman. A former boxer and U.S. Navy veteran, Duran was befriended by Marlon Brando, who obtained a small part for him in Viva Zapata!. He continued to work, first in Brando's films, then in other projects, often in athletic parts or as a stunt performer. He also worked frequently in television. He died at at 77, in 2002.
37. Nello Pazzafini Nello Pazzafini Actor, Non c'è due senza quattro
38. David Davenport David Davenport Actor, Becket
39. Frank Yablans Frank Yablans Producer, Congo Former President of Paramount Pictures. During his tenure at Paramount, Frank Yablans was instrumental in forming the partnership with Universal CIC, now known as "UPI," creating the most successful distributor of films in international distribution. His five years as head of Paramount are often referred to as "Paramounts Golden Years," during which he was responsible for the development...
40. Poppy Lane Poppy Lane Actress, Memories Are Made of This Poppy's acting work was only a sideline to her real job as a nurse, and she enjoyed juggling the two. She retired from nursing in 1993, and continued with her acting roles until ill health forced her to cut down. She was born and bred in York, and loved her home city dearly. Her last role was in "Hetty Wainthropp Investigates" in 1998.
41. André Hunebelle André Hunebelle Director, Fantomas
42. Rasheed Thurmond Rasheed Thurmond Self, Episode #1.9 Rasheed is one of today's rising comedy stars. Rasheed is a survivor of the streets of Brooklyn, NY and proud of it. So proud in fact, that he has used his experiences from the tough neighborhood streets and the many nationalities surrounding him to create his laid back style of comedy. Taking no prisoners...
43. William Nigh William Nigh Director, Mr. Wong, Detective
44. George Wells George Wells Writer, Angels in the Outfield Son of vaudevillian Billy K. Wells. He studied at New York University and began as a writer for radio ('The Jack Pearl Show','Lux Radio Theater'), coming under contract to MGM in 1943 as a screenwriter. He soon acquired a reputation for his deft touch and inventiveness in light comedy and musicals...
45. Ralph Purdom Ralph Purdom Actor, The Killer
46. Alexandre Dumas fils Alexandre Dumas fils Writer, Camille
47. Tom Harkness Tom Harkness Actor, The Case of the Resolute Reformer
48. Géza von Radványi Géza von Radványi Director, Women Without Names
49. Stanislaw Mikulski Stanislaw Mikulski Actor, Kanal
50. John Steakley John Steakley Writer, Vampires
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