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1. Leslie Nielsen Leslie Nielsen Actor, The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! Leslie William Nielsen was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, and raised in Tulita (formerly Fort Norman), Northwest Territories. His mother, Mabel Elizabeth (Davies), was Welsh. His father, Ingvard Eversen Nielsen, was a Danish-born Mountie and a strict disciplinarian. Leslie studied at the Academy of Radio Arts in Toronto before moving on to New York's Neighborhood Playhouse...
2. Rosalind Russell Rosalind Russell Actress, His Girl Friday The middle of seven children, she was named after the S.S. Rosalind at the suggestion of her father, a successful lawyer. After receiving a Catholic school education, she went to the American Academy of Dramatic Art in New York, having convinced her mother that she intended to teach acting. In 1934...
3. Jeanne Bates Jeanne Bates Actress, Mulholland Dr. Jeanne Bates began her acting career while a student at San Mateo Junior College, appearing on radio soap operas in San Francisco. She played the lead in an airwave mystery series, Lew X. Lansworth's "Whodunit" (Bates' scream was the show's "signature"), which became so successful that it (and Bates) moved to Hollywood in 1941...
4. Van Williams Van Williams Actor, Surfside 6 You could shoehorn actor Van Williams right in there between the other tall, dark and drop-jaw gorgeous heartthrobs Tom Tryon and John Gavin of the late 1950s/early 1960s who conveyed a similar bland, heroic image. All three were too often given colorless heroes to play on film and/or TV -- roles that played off their charm but seldom tested their talent...
5. Christopher George Christopher George Actor, The Rat Patrol Solidly built, boyishly handsome American leading-man, Christopher George was the son of Greek immigrants. Weaned on stories of the legendary Greek heroes, George and his brother Nick (later a prominent fashion photographer) both quit high school to join the Marines. Completing his education after his tour of duty...
6. Karyn Kupcinet Karyn Kupcinet Actress, The Little Shop of Horrors
7. Trevor Bardette Trevor Bardette Actor, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp Wavy-haired, articulate, quietly-spoken Bardette was one of Hollywood's archetypal villains of westerns and cliffhanger serials. He initially aspired to become a mechanical engineer after graduating from Oregon State University in June 1925. However, by the late 1920's, he had changed his name from Terva Gaston Hubbard to Trevor Bardette and embarked on a brief...
8. Marjorie Lord Marjorie Lord Actress, Make Room for Daddy Poised and lovely Marjorie Lord started her long and varied career on the Broadway stage and in "B" films as a sweet-natured ingénue. Lord was born Marjorie F. Wollenberg in 1918 in San Francisco, California, to Lillian Rosalie (Edgar) and George Charles Wollenberg. Her family transported themselves to New York City when she was fifteen...
9. Roy Barcroft Roy Barcroft Actor, Oklahoma! After serving in World War I, Roy Barcroft spent most of the 1920s and early 1930s moving from job to job. It was in the 1930s, after he moved to California with his wife, that he found his calling while acting in amateur theatrical productions. In 1937 he was appearing in bit parts in various genres...
10. Bethel Leslie Bethel Leslie Actress, The Doctors The daughter of a well-to-do attorney and a socialite, Bethel Leslie was born on August 3, 1929, in New York City. Ms. Leslie was a 15-year-old student at the Brearley School on the Upper East Side when she was discovered by the legendary producer George Abbott, for the Broadway play "Snafu" in 1944...
11. Kenneth Connor Kenneth Connor Actor, 'Allo 'Allo! The son of a naval officer who ran what were called "concert parties", Kenneth Connor made his stage debut at age two, and by 11 was performing in both a solo act and a doubles act with his brother in various revue shows. He later decided to become a serious actor rather than just a revue performer...
12. André Morell André Morell Actor, The Bridge on the River Kwai
13. Grant Tinker Grant Tinker Self, Inside Star Trek: The Real Story
14. Roberto Gómez Bolaños Roberto Gómez Bolaños Writer, El Chavo Roberto Gomez Bolaños more commonly known by his pseudonym Chespirito, or "Little Shakespeare" was a Mexican screenwriter, actor, comedian, film director, television director, playwright, songwriter, and author. He is widely regarded as the most important Latin and Spanish-language humorist of all time...
15. Danny Wells Danny Wells Actor, Magnolia
16. Gregg Barton Gregg Barton Actor, The Man from Laramie
17. Jeffrey Dahmer Jeffrey Dahmer Self, Dateline NBC One of the nation's most notorious serial killers, Jeffrey Dahmer was born and raised in Bath Township, Ohio, a middle-class suburb of Akron. Much has been made of his childhood tendencies - including cases of cruelty to animals - but to outward appearances, at least, he seemed to be a normal child...
18. Terry Lester Terry Lester Actor, As the World Turns Terry began his acting career while in the Army, and upon completing his service, decided to move to Hollywood to pursue acting. A multi-talented star, he had no problem finding work with his acting, singing and piano playing. After a few bit parts, he found a starring role on Ark II, and was soon courted by '"The Young and the Restless' (1973)' to fill in for departing stars...
19. Guy Marks Guy Marks Actor, The John Forsythe Show Guy Marks was arguably not a career actor but rather a top-notch entertainer who dabbled in acting. In this case it is the quality, not the quantity, of his work that merits him a place among the great character actors. He was better known as a stand-up comic and world-class impressionist. No one could steal a scene or a show like the fabulous Mr. Marks...
20. Garry Moore Garry Moore Self, I've Got a Secret
21. Giorgos Foundas Giorgos Foundas Actor, Zorba the Greek
22. Doug Lennox Doug Lennox Actor, X-Men
23. Joan Bartlett Joan Bartlett Stunts, A Kiss Before Dying
24. Gunnar Hellström Gunnar Hellström Director, Gunsmoke
25. Charles Meredith Charles Meredith Actor, The Incredible Mr. Limpet Actor Charles Meredith had the requisite good looks to become a popular silent film leading man. Tall, dark and exceedingly good-looking with distinctive high-parted hair, he played opposite Blanche Sweet, Mary Miles Minter, Florence Vidor, Katherine MacDonald, and other top stars of the day in both romantic drama and comedies...
26. Mali Finn Mali Finn Casting Director, The Matrix
27. Tamara De Treaux Tamara De Treaux Actress, Ghoulies
28. Georges Marchal Georges Marchal Actor, Belle de Jour Georges Marchal was one of the most important lead actors in French cinema in the '50s, together with Jean Marais. He was the lead in various costume dramas and swashbuckling films before taking part in some of the films of Luis Buñuel, a close friend of his. He retired in 1989.
29. Tony Kendall Tony Kendall Actor, The Return of the Evil Dead The handsome and charismatic Tony Kendall was born Luciano Stella on August 22, 1936 in Rome, Italy. Kendall started his career in show business as a model for Italian Fumetti, which are comics done in photographs. Tony made his film debut using his birth name in 1957. He subsequently changed his name to Tony Kendall after Vittorio De Sica suggested that he do so...
30. Charity Grace Charity Grace Actress, Alfred Hitchcock Presents
31. Arthur Jensen Arthur Jensen Actor, Huset på Christianshavn
32. José Isbert José Isbert Actor, The Executioner He debuted in theater when he was 19 years old and later he worked in the company of the Lara theater where he played as a first actor during 16 years. He participated in a short in 1912 but his cinematographic career mostly began on the 30s, working more in cinema than in theater in the 40s and later on...
33. Molly Weir Molly Weir Actress, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
34. Keo Woolford Keo Woolford Actor, Godzilla Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Keo has starred as the King of Siam in a revival of The King and I at the London Palladium in London's West End, playing over 350 performances opposite Elaine Paige and Josie Lawrence. In New York City and Los Angeles, he appeared in numerous productions, including his own critically acclaimed, award winning one-man shows...
35. Bunta Sugawara Bunta Sugawara Actor, Spirited Away
36. Enid Blyton Enid Blyton Writer, The Famous Five: Five on a Treasure Island Enid Blyton (11 August 1897 - 28 November 1968) was an English author. She was born in Dulwich, South London, England. She was one of the world's most famous children's writers. She is also one of the most prolific authors of all time. This means that she wrote a great number of books. Her most famous stories are the Famous Five stories...
37. Washington Irving Washington Irving Writer, Sleepy Hollow
38. Jim Drum Jim Drum Actor, Sssssss
39. Gilles Carle Gilles Carle Director, Les Plouffe Advertising studies at the Ecole des Beaux-arts de Montreal. Start the book edition company 'Les Editions de l'hexagone' with the poet Gaston Miron where he wrote litterature and cinema's reviews. In 1955, he began working in graphic arts at Radio-Canada still writing reviews in some newspaper. He is engaged as a researcher at the Office national du film du Canada in 1960...
40. Jack Jozefson Jack Jozefson Actor, Bruce Almighty
41. Robin Ray Robin Ray Self, Call My Bluff
42. Jack 'Tiny' Lipson Jack 'Tiny' Lipson Actor, Flash Gordon
43. June Gittelson June Gittelson Actress, Mark of the Vampire
44. Frank Goodenough Bayly Frank Goodenough Bayly Director, The Lifeguardsman
45. Johnnie Davis Johnnie Davis Actor, Hollywood Ending
46. Billy Engle Billy Engle Actor, Moonshine and Jailbirds
47. Dan Meaden Dan Meaden Actor, Softly Softly
48. Jack Roper Jack Roper Actor, Angels Over Broadway
49. Thomas C. Rainone Thomas C. Rainone Visual Effects, Lord of Illusions
50. Russ Powell Russ Powell Actor, The Red Mill
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