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1. Bill McKinney Bill McKinney Actor, First Blood Bill McKinney, the movie and television character actor who was one of the great on-screen villains, was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee on September 12, 1931. He had an unsettled life as a child, moving 12 times before joining the Navy at the age of 19 during the Korean War. Once, when his family moved from Tennessee to Georgia...
2. Paul Benedict Paul Benedict Actor, Guiding Light
3. Marilyn Harris Marilyn Harris Actress, Frankenstein
4. Anton Rodgers Anton Rodgers Actor, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
5. Jack Colvin Jack Colvin Actor, Child's Play
6. Sergio Corbucci Sergio Corbucci Writer, Django Sergio Corbucci was born on December 6, 1927 in Rome, Italy. He entered grade school with thoughts of becoming a businessman, but after earning a college degree in economics, he took an abrupt detour into the world of cinema. Corbucci began his career as a film critic first for the Italian film journal...
7. Alan Sues Alan Sues Actor, The Americanization of Emily Most will remember Sues as 'Uncle Al the Kiddies Pal' from "Rowan and Martin's Laugh In". He was born Alan Grigsby Sues on March 7, 1926 in Ross, California.
8. Claude Jade Claude Jade Actress, Stolen Kisses Claude Jade, daughter of English-teachers, was a student on the "Conservatoire d'Art Dramatique" in Dijon. In 1966, she won a Prize for best actress on stage (Agnès in Molière's "L'école des femmes"). She was also a student on the Acedemy in Paris (teacher: Jean-Laurent Cochet), played in TV series and...
9. Robert V. Barron Robert V. Barron Writer, Robotech Tall, gaunt, rawboned character actor with deep voice, reminiscent of John Carradine. Formal education at Morris Harvey College in Charleston, West Virginia and as Theater Arts major at UCLA. Professional training at American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, and at Max Reinhardt Workshop in Los Angeles...
10. Aleister Crowley Aleister Crowley Writer, Masters of Darkness: Aleister Crowley - The Wickedest Man in the World
11. Freddie Young Freddie Young Cinematographer, Lawrence of Arabia Cinematographer with a long and distinguished career crowned with Oscars for three consecutive films directed by David Lean between 1962-1970. Awarded OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in 1970.
12. Fernando Di Leo Fernando Di Leo Writer, Caliber 9
13. Reinhold Weege Reinhold Weege Writer, Night Court
14. Éva Szörényi Éva Szörényi Actress, Mária növér
15. Stephen Brooks Stephen Brooks Actor, Days of Our Lives
16. José Bénazéraf José Bénazéraf Director, The Chambermaid's Dream
17. Hugo Haas Hugo Haas Actor, Pickup After opposing, then ultimately fleeing the Nazis during the 1930s, Czech actor/director Hugo Haas was one of the European émigrés who invigorated Hollywood filmmaking during the postwar decades, making a name for himself as a character actor and acting teacher, but ultimately failing in his goal to re-establish his career as a major director in America...
18. James Baldwin James Baldwin Writer, Where the Heart Is
19. Angela Fox Angela Fox Actress, Scandal in Black
20. Mary Hayley Bell Mary Hayley Bell Writer, Whistle Down the Wind
21. Chief Thundercloud Chief Thundercloud Actor, King of the Stallions Victor Daniels was given the title of "Chief" in an honorary capacity and identified himself as Cherokee. His application for a social security number lists his birth date as April 12, 1899 and his birthplace as Arizona. Thundercloud was the first of nine children born to Jesus Daniels and Tomaca Daniels (as indicated on his social security application)...
22. Jack Hemingway Jack Hemingway Self, Mariel Hemingway
23. Bhetty Waldron Bhetty Waldron Actress, Hit Man
24. Danilo Donati Danilo Donati Costume Designer, Life Is Beautiful
25. Carla Lehmann Carla Lehmann Actress, Bombsight Stolen
26. Sid Raymond Sid Raymond Actor, Two Much
27. James Mendenhall James Mendenhall Actor, General Hospital
28. Carl Schenkel Carl Schenkel Director, Knight Moves Carl Schenkel was born on May 8, 1948 in Berne, Switzerland. He relocated to Frankfurt, Germany and worked as a journalist while studying for a degree in sociology. Schenkel broke into the movie industry in the mid-1970's as a script collaborator and assistant director before making his feature debut as both writer and director with the lowbrow horror comedy outing "Dracula Blows His Cool" in 1979...
29. Karin Himboldt Karin Himboldt Actress, The Punch Bowl
30. Robert Gordon Robert Gordon Director, It Came from Beneath the Sea
31. Jack Chefe Jack Chefe Actor, The Perfect Murder
32. Samia Gamal Samia Gamal Actress, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
33. Gary Epper Gary Epper Stunts, Jurassic Park
34. E.E. Fogelson E.E. Fogelson Actor, Pepe
35. Paul Curran Paul Curran Actor, Jabberwocky
36. Tito Goya Tito Goya Actor, Marathon Man This young intense actor of Puerto Rican descent appeared in such movies as "Marathon Man" (1976), "Short eyes" (1977), "Andy Warhol's Bad" (1977), "All that Jazz" (1979), "Going in Style" (1979), and "Fort Apache the Bronx" (1981). He played duo-roles in "Fort Apache the Bronx", cameos in "Marathon Man" and "Going in Style"...
37. James Bree James Bree Actor, On Her Majesty's Secret Service
38. Edward 'Babe' Heffron Edward 'Babe' Heffron Self, Points
39. Hillard Elkins Hillard Elkins Producer, Alice's Restaurant Hillard "Hilly" Elkins, talent manager and producer. "Hilly" was a colorful figure who entered show business in 1950 as an office boy at the William Morris talent agency in New York City. He soon had his own management company and eventually handled the careers of Steve McQueen, Sammy Davis Jr., Robert Culp and James Coburn...
40. Boots Mallory Boots Mallory Actress, Carnival Lady Patricia Boots Mallory was raised in Mobile, Alabama. She was discovered by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr., where she got her start in show biz. A tall, thin, natural blond teenager, she caught his keen eye. Her career began in the era of early talkies after the silent movie era. When Boots' younger sister, Viola "Bodie" (Mallory) Avinger...
41. Janet Ferguson Janet Ferguson Self, Episode #1.27 Married for 50 years. Mother of Craig Ferguson, Lynn Ferguson, one other son and one other daughter. After her fourth and final child was born, Janet Ferguson went to college to become an elementary school teacher. Very artistic, according to her son Craig. Sewed costumes for the Glasgow Grand Opera. Took up painting late in life - watercolors - landscapes, mostly.
42. Alvin Ailey Alvin Ailey Miscellaneous Crew, The Turning Point Ailey was born in the rural town of Rogers, Texas, USA. His childhood memories and experiences often informed his choreography; the most notable of his works was "Blues Suite", "Cry" (choreographed for Judith Jamison), and "Revelations", a ballet based on Ailey's observations and experiences in Black Baptist churches that was set to traditional Negro Spirituals...
43. Phil Tucker Phil Tucker Director, Robot Monster
44. Marek Windheim Marek Windheim Actor, Holiday Inn
45. Byron Webster Byron Webster Actor, The Poseidon Adventure Byron Webster made 1951 his film debut in Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.. He moved to the USA in 1952 and settled in Chicago, Illinois. Acting assignments were few in Chicago, and he supplemented his income working for British European Airways. After some local area (Illinois) theatre work, he was cast in the NY company of "The Killing of Sister George," and then in "Funny Girl." Moving to Los Angeles in 1966...
46. Anastasiya Khabenskaya Anastasiya Khabenskaya Actress, Sapiens
47. Frank McCarthy Frank McCarthy Producer, Patton
48. Darío Moreno Darío Moreno Actor, The Wages of Fear
49. Leslie Crawford Leslie Crawford Actor, Flash Gordon
50. Jacques Rémy Jacques Rémy Writer, Casablanca, Nest of Spies
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