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1. Marty Feldman Marty Feldman Writer, The Last Remake of Beau Geste "I am too old to die young, and too young to grow up," Marty Feldman told a reporter -- a week before he died. This beloved comedian, who poked fun at himself, as well as others, was born Martin Alan Feldman on July 8, 1934, in London, England. His parents were of Ukrainian Jewish heritage (from Kiev)...
2. Desi Arnaz Desi Arnaz Producer, The Ann Sothern Show Desiderio Alberto Arnaz ye de Acha the Third was born in Santiago, Cuba on March 2, 1917. His father was the mayor of Santiago. The 1933 revolution led by Fulgencio Batista had landed his father in jail and stripped the family of its wealth, property and power. His father was released because of the intercession of U.S...
3. Christopher Evan Welch Christopher Evan Welch Actor, Vicky Cristina Barcelona
4. Gail Fisher Gail Fisher Actress, Mannix A classy, smart-looking, spectacularly beautiful African-American actress who broke racial barriers in 1970s Hollywood but suffered greatly in her private life years after her TV glory days, award-winning actress Gail Fisher was born on August 18, 1935, in Orange, New Jersey, the youngest of five children...
5. Robert Cummings Robert Cummings Actor, The Bob Cummings Show Effective light comedian of '30s and '40s films and '50s and '60s TV series, Robert Cummings was renowned for his eternally youthful looks (which he attributed to a strict vitamin and health-food diet). He was educated at Carnegie Tech and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Deciding that Broadway producers would be more interested in an upper-crust Englishman than a kid from Joplin...
6. Roxie Roker Roxie Roker Actress, The Jeffersons
7. Sabu Sabu Actor, Jungle Book Sabu's role of Toomai in the 'Elephant Boy' was originally a minor one with the focus being on the other actors and the elephants. When the early rushes were viewed Sabu's naturalness and photogenic quality stood out which, combined with his way with the animals, caused the script to be re written giving him a major part...
8. Billy Chapin Billy Chapin Actor, The Night of the Hunter
9. Pablo Escobar Pablo Escobar Self, Ciudadano Escobar
10. Michael Gothard Michael Gothard Actor, For Your Eyes Only Michael Gothard was born in London on June 24, 1939. He left school at 17 with little idea of what he wanted to do. He traveled around Europe, washing dishes in restaurants, as a house cleaner and building laborer. He spent a year in Paris, living in the Latin Quarter. He dabbled in modeling, but never felt comfortable doing so...
11. Gabriele Ferzetti Gabriele Ferzetti Actor, Once Upon a Time in the West Elegant, urbane and well-spoken, Gabriele Ferzetti was one of Italy's most prominent international stars of the 1950's and 60's. His passion for the stage had begun with performing in university plays. This paved the way to a scholarship at the Rome Academy of Dramatic Art (Accademia d'arte drammatica)...
12. Michael Masters Michael Masters Actor, Sssssss
13. Anthony Valentine Anthony Valentine Actor, Callan
14. Aleksandr Kaydanovskiy Aleksandr Kaydanovskiy Actor, Stalker Alexandr Kajdanovsky, Russian actor, director and screenwriter, now best remembered for his work in Andrei Tarkovsky's films. Kajdanovsky left Junior High School to enroll in technical college where he was training to become a welder. Apparently a prospect of becoming a worker did not appeal to him and in 1965 he started studying acting at The Shchukhin Theatre School in Moscow...
15. Pat Flaherty Pat Flaherty Actor, My Man Godfrey Pat Flaherty served in the military during the Mexican border campaign in 1916 and was a flying officer for the Signal Corps in World War I. He then played professional baseball in the minor leagues in Des Moines, San Francisco, Shreveport, Indianapolis, Akron and for other teams. He played professional football for the Chicago Bears in 1923...
16. William Tannen William Tannen Actor, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
17. Rosemarie Frankland Rosemarie Frankland Actress, I'll Take Sweden Rosemarie Frankland was a beautiful young girl in London, working behind the counter at Marks and Spencer, who ended up becoming Britain's first Miss World in 1961. She began an affair with Bob Hope that lasted more than twenty years. She even moved in to his home in Palm Springs at one point...
18. Eleonora Rossi Drago Eleonora Rossi Drago Actress, Le Amiche She never found the international cross-over fame destined for Sophia Loren and Gina Lollobrigida, and most American audiences would not recognize her name, but voluptuous, visually stunning Eleonora Rossi Drago certainly made male hearts pulsate in Europe with her scores of princesses and temptresses throughout Italian cinema of the 1950s and 1960s...
19. Harrison Ford Harrison Ford Actor, Janice Meredith Silent screen leading man in films from 1915-1932. He left films in 1932 due to the arrival of sound. He was hit by a car on September 13, 1951, never fully recovered from his injuries and died on December 2, 1957.
20. Maggie Jones Maggie Jones Actress, Coronation Street
21. Dell Henderson Dell Henderson Actor, Show People
22. Aaron Copland Aaron Copland Soundtrack, Raging Bull Aaron Copland is an Academy Award-winning composer (The Heiress), author, conductor, lecturer and educator. He was educated at public schools and was a music student of his sister and later Leopold Wolfson, Victor Wittgenstein, Clarence Adler, Rubin Goldmark and Nadia Boulanger. In 1925, he received the first Guggenheim fellowship awarded to a composer...
23. Deven Verma Deven Verma Actor, Andaz Apna Apna
24. Brittany Blanton Brittany Blanton Actress, It's Your Fault
25. Larry Buchanan Larry Buchanan Director, Mars Needs Women Self-described schlockmeister Larry Buchanan was born Marcus Larry Seale, Jr. on January 31, 1923. Orphaned at an early age, he was sent to a Baptist orphanage. After graduating from high school in Dallas, the 18-year-old turned down a scholarship to study the ministry at Baylor University to accept an apprenticeship in the props department with 20th Century-Fox Studios...
26. Suzanne Cloutier Suzanne Cloutier Actress, Othello Lovely French Canadian actress Suzanne Cloutier, the daughter of the director of the National Printing Office, was born into a large family. She had indeed no fewer than six brothers and sisters. After happily growing up in the heart of nature (her parents had a house in the woods), she became a model in New York...
27. Don Dohler Don Dohler Writer, The Galaxy Invader Don Dohler's admittedly cheap'n'clunky low-budget independent horror and science fiction pictures will probably never be acknowledged as true works of cinematic art, but his films still nonetheless possess a certain raw energy and infectious feeling of pure go-for-it Do-It-Yourself enthusiasm that's both endearing and entertaining in comparable measure...
28. Jeff Truman Jeff Truman Writer, Neighbours
29. Colin Kenny Colin Kenny Actor, The Adventures of Robin Hood Already accomplished in his homeland, Irish actor Colin Kenny came to the US in 1917 to make his bid for film stardom. To the best of his memory, there would be over 150 of them. Silent movies were more generous in ladling out cast credit. He had steady roles from 1918 to the late 1920s. One of his best opportunities had been as Cecil Greystoke in Tarzan of the Apes and its sequel...
30. Ken Scott Ken Scott Actor, Fantastic Voyage
31. Richard Shannon Richard Shannon Actor, The Bridges at Toko-Ri
32. Fifi D'Orsay Fifi D'Orsay Actress, Going Hollywood Although she made her career playing the quintessential Parisian coquette, Fifi D'Orsay was actually a Canadian. She was born Yvonne Lussier in Montreal, Québec, in 1904. At the age of 20 she arrived in New York, determined to become an actress. She was met by Helen Morgan, whom she knew from Montreal...
33. Emin Toprak Emin Toprak Actor, Uzak
34. Marquis de Sade Marquis de Sade Writer, Lunacy Born a rich nobleman, Marquis being his title rather than his birth name, De Sade gradually became a decadent libertine among the French society of Louis XVI. A liberally educated iconoclast, he wrote prose and verse, and specialized in testing the limits of decency, breaking tabboos and shocking the aristocracy...
35. Paul Curran Paul Curran Actor, Poldark
36. Tom Monroe Tom Monroe Actor, Serpent Island
37. Marge Kotlisky Marge Kotlisky Actress, Sixteen Candles
38. Romain Gary Romain Gary Writer, The Roots of Heaven
39. Harry Ellerbe Harry Ellerbe Actor, House of Usher
40. Gerry Fisher Gerry Fisher Cinematographer, Highlander
41. Duke Mitchell Duke Mitchell Actor, Gone with the Pope
42. Janelle Johnson Dolenz Janelle Johnson Dolenz Actress, The Brute Man
43. Alan Splet Alan Splet Sound Department, The Elephant Man
44. Mariska Veres Mariska Veres Self, Grand Prix R.T.L. International 70 "She's got it," Mariska Veres sang in the enormously popular Shocking Blue song "Venus." Mariska most certainly had it--a sensuous and charismatic stage presence that could transfix an audience with an absolute minimum of effort. A striking brunette beauty with long, jet-black hair, sparkling eyes...
45. Odetta Odetta Soundtrack, Selma
46. George Pelling George Pelling Actor, 101 Dalmatians
47. Fred Waugh Fred Waugh Stunts, Minority Report
48. Preeti Ganguli Preeti Ganguli Actress, Anmol Tasveer Preeti was born on May 17, to actor Kumudlal Kunjilal Ganguly alias Ashok Kumar and RattanBai. She was their only child. Her paternal grandfather was an Advocate, Kunjilal, and her grandma, Ghouri Rani Devi (nee Bannerjee), the sister of classical singer, Dhananjay Bannerjee. Her uncles are Anoop and Kishore Kumar...
49. Mary Riggans Mary Riggans Actress, Dear Frankie
50. Will MacMillan Will MacMillan Actor, General Hospital Born in Steubenville, Ohio on November 25th, 1944. Raised in West "By God" Virginia. Attended Washington & Jefferson for his undergrad, and BU for grad school. Worked with Lovelace Marionette Theater in Pittsburgh. Has worked extensively on stage as an actor and director, as well as being involved in improvisational theater.
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