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1. Beverly Garland Beverly Garland Actress, Scarecrow and Mrs. King Born in Santa Cruz, California, Beverly Garland studied dramatics under Anita Arliss, the sister of renowned stage and screen star George Arliss. She acted in little theater in Glendale then in Phoenix after her family relocated to Arizona. Garland also worked in radio and appeared scantily clad in a few risqué shorts before making her feature film debut in a supporting part in D.O.A....
2. Nina Foch Nina Foch Actress, Spartacus A leading lady of the 1940s, the tall and blonde Foch usually played cool, aloof and often foreign, women of sophistication. As film roles became harder to find, Foch proved to be versatile in many areas. She was a panelist on several TV quiz shows, worked as George Stevens' assistant director for The Diary of Anne Frank and directed plays...
3. Robert Aldrich Robert Aldrich Director, The Dirty Dozen Robert Aldrich entered the film industry in 1941 when he got a job as a production clerk at RKO Pictures. He soon worked his way up to script clerk, then became an assistant director, a production manager and an associate producer. He began writing and directing for TV series in the early 1950s, and directed his first feature in 1953 (Big Leaguer)...
4. Günter Meisner Günter Meisner Actor, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
5. Michael Gilden Michael Gilden Actor, Pulp Fiction
6. Barry Jackson Barry Jackson Actor, Midsomer Murders
7. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Soundtrack, The King's Speech Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart grew up in Salzburg under the regulation of his strict father Leopold who also was a famous composer of his time. His abilities in music were obvious even when Mozart was still young so that in 1762 at the age of six, his father took him with his elder sister on a concert tour to Munich and Vienna and a second one from 1763-66 through the south of Germany...
8. Fred Clark Fred Clark Actor, Sunset Blvd. This popular, baggy-eyed, bald-domed, big lug of a character actor had few peers when called upon to display that special "slow burn" style of comedy few others perfected. But perfect he did -- on stage, film and TV. In fact, he pretty much cornered the market during the 50s and 60s as the dour, ill-tempered guy you loved to hate...
9. Jesse Pearson Jesse Pearson Actor, Bye Bye Birdie
10. Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela Self, Mandela's Fight for Freedom Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (July 18, 1918 - December 5, 2013) was the former leader of the African National Congress (ANC). He was known for his lifelong struggle against apartheid (enforced racial separation), which was instituted in South Africa in 1948. The ANC was soon declared a terrorist organization and banned by the South African government...
11. Alexandre Dumas père Alexandre Dumas père Writer, The Man in the Iron Mask His paternal grandparents were Marie Cessete Dumas (a Haitian slave) and Marquis Antoine Davy de la Pailleterie. Antoine disapproved of their son, Thomas-Alexandre, joining the French army under the "Davy de la Pailleterie" name, so Thomas-Alexandre used his mother's surname instead. He became a valued general of Napoleon...
12. Big John Hamilton Big John Hamilton Actor, McLintock!
13. John Leslie John Leslie Actor, Brianna Love: Her Fine Sexy Self A veteran of over three decades in the X-film business, John Leslie has acted in, directed and produced hundreds of films. He has long been considered to be one of the finest "actors" in the business, in addition to one of its most reliable "performers". He has worked with many, if not most, of the legends of the adult-film industry--Seka...
14. Robert Karvelas Robert Karvelas Actor, Get Smart
15. Tom London Tom London Actor, Zorro's Black Whip Grizzled character actor of scores of Westerns. A native of Kentucky, he spent his early manhood as a salesman. He obtained work with the Selig film company in Chicago as a property man and came to California when that firm moved west. He began to get small parts in the Westerns Selig produced and both his expertise with horses and his rugged appearance soon led him to larger roles...
16. Garfield Morgan Garfield Morgan Actor, 28 Weeks Later Garfield Morgan was born in Birmingham, England, in 1931. After a brief sojourn working as a trainee dental mechanic, he trained as an actor at a local drama school. His career began at the Arena Theatre in Birmingham in the fifties and he later became involved in both production and directing duties at The Marlow Theatre in Canterbury...
17. Diana R. Lupo Diana R. Lupo Stunts, Inception
18. Bobby Nelson Bobby Nelson Actor, The Boy and a Bad Man Bobby Nelson was primarily a child actor in films in the 1930s. He later became a public accountant for a 43 year career.
19. Pietro Germi Pietro Germi Writer, Divorce Italian Style
20. Steve Shaw Steve Shaw Actor, Knots Landing
21. Don Meredith Don Meredith Self, NFL Monday Night Football
22. Joe Brooks Joe Brooks Actor, Gremlins Born in Los Angeles, Joe Brooks became an actor after graduating high school. He did some work as an extra, and his first speaking part was in the John Wayne WW II actioner The Fighting Seabees. His acting career was interrupted by wartime service in the South Pacific. Returning to California after the war...
23. Jill Browne Jill Browne Actress, Emergency-Ward 10
24. Marília Pêra Marília Pêra Actress, Central Station
25. Jillian Kesner Jillian Kesner Actress, Firecracker Sunny, dynamic and beautiful slender blonde actress Jillian Kesner was born on August 9, 1949 in Portsmouth, Virginia and grew up primarily in Denver, Colorado. Her father was a Navy officer. Jillian received a B.A. in business from a Colorado university in 1967. In 1969 Kesner moved to Los Angeles...
26. E.W. Swackhamer E.W. Swackhamer Director, The Dain Curse
27. Wilfred Lucas Wilfred Lucas Actor, Modern Times
28. James G. Becker James G. Becker Actor, Star Trek: The Next Generation James G. Becker (15 March 1966 - 5 December 2014; age 48) was a former background actor who appeared as the Starfleet officer known behind the scenes as Ensign Youngblood throughout the first three seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation. He also worked as a stand-in on the series. Hailing from a small farming community in Oswego...
29. Dave Brubeck Dave Brubeck Soundtrack, Silver Linings Playbook
30. Charles Barton Charles Barton Director, Family Affair Charles T. Barton was born in Oakland, CA, on May 25, 1902. His father managed a candy store, and soon moved the family to Los Angeles, where Charles, nicknamed "Charlie", got a job at age 15 acting as an extra in silent movies. He eventually left acting for a job behind the camera as an assistant director...
31. Rudy Diaz Rudy Diaz Actor, Coogan's Bluff He has a biological daughter that was born on November 8, 1962 who was adopted by a family shortly after her birth. She tried to meet him in 2006, but received a letter from an attorney stating he had dementia and was confined to a secured facility. She requested a visit to see if he was OK, just to view him from a window or hallway if necessary...
32. Estelle Omens Estelle Omens Actress, Dog Day Afternoon
33. Ed Masry Ed Masry Self, Spotlight on Location: Erin Brockovich Edward Masry is Arab-American of Syrian ancestry, and was born in Patterson, New Jersey. Ed was an attorney, actor, football agent, politician, and humanitarian. Edward, along with his legal assistant, Erin Brockovich, won an American history-making $333 million dollar direct action lawsuit, on behalf of Hinkley...
34. Krysti Lynn Krysti Lynn Actress, Dog Walker A dancer and model before entering the porn business in 1993, Kristi Lynn's on-screen persona was that of the regal, aloof "ice queen" who, before the video was over, had turned into a full-on nympho, taking on any and all comers. Many of her films were made for producer/director John Stagliano, who also became her boyfriend...
35. Lesley Selander Lesley Selander Director, Lassie Lesley Selander's film career, which lasted more than 40 years, started in the early 1920s as a teenager when he got a job at a studio as a lab technician. He soon managed to work his way into the production end of the business and secured employment as a camera operator, then an assistant director...
36. Saturno Cerra Saturno Cerra Actor, Dragón Rapide
37. Colin Wilson Colin Wilson Writer, Lifeforce
38. Kynaston Reeves Kynaston Reeves Actor, Fiend Without a Face
39. Jorge Negrete Jorge Negrete Actor, Canaima
40. Kanzaburô Nakamura Kanzaburô Nakamura Actor, Kao
41. Christine Finn Christine Finn Actress, Thunderbirds
42. Ralph Nossek Ralph Nossek Actor, Brazil
43. Masaru Satô Masaru Satô Composer, Yojimbo The youngest of six brothers, all of them music lovers, Masaru Sato decided early in life that he wanted to be a composer. His models were two other composers born, as he was, on the northernmost Japanese island of Hokkaido: Akira Ifukube and Fumio Hayasaka. "To me", Sato said, "they were like gods"...
44. Dan Biggers Dan Biggers Actor, Glory
45. Fred Kennedy Fred Kennedy Stunts, Rio Grande
46. Ken Parry Ken Parry Actor, The Taming of the Shrew
47. Hilary Tindall Hilary Tindall Actress, The Brothers
48. Charles Maquignon Charles Maquignon Actor, Hannibal Rising
49. Harry Horner Harry Horner Director, Beware, My Lovely Harry Horner was born in Bohemia (now Czech Republic), but spent most of his early life in Austria. In 1934, he graduated from the University of Vienna with a degree in architecture. Along the way, he also managed to study dramatic arts, directing and costume design, making his stage debut as an actor with the Max Reinhardt Theatre Company...
50. Gilbert Mack Gilbert Mack Actor, Billy Bounce
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