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1. Ashleigh Aston Moore Ashleigh Aston Moore Actress, Now and Then Ashleigh Aston Moore was born as Ashley Rogers on September 30, 1981. Ashleigh began acting at the early age of four, and landed her first role in the television movie Liar, Liar: Between Father and Daughter. The young actress later went on to star in various television productions, but landed her largest role in Now and Then...
2. Bettie Page Bettie Page Self, Bettie Page Reveals All Bettie Page's life was filled with cult myth, mystery and sadness. Her image captured the imagination of a generation with her free spirit and unabashed sensuality, during an era of strong sexual repression. She was the quintessential pin-up, tacked up on walls in military barracks and garages; five decades later...
3. Percy Kilbride Percy Kilbride Actor, State Fair He had a long career in theater before making movies, playing hundreds of roles, mostly rustic bumpkins, in stage and stock. His film career included two isolated early films: White Woman and Soak the Rich. It began in earnest with the part of Orion Peabody in the Spencer Tracy-Katharine Hepburn wartime drama Keeper of the Flame; Kilbride was already fifty-four by then...
4. Michael Robbins Michael Robbins Actor, Victor Victoria
5. Norman Leavitt Norman Leavitt Actor, The Day of the Locust
6. David Lewis David Lewis Actor, The Apartment
7. Susan Gordon Susan Gordon Actress, The Fugitive
8. Abigail Shelton Abigail Shelton Actress, Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
9. Ravi Shankar Ravi Shankar Composer, Gandhi Ravi Shankar is a world-renowned musician, composer, performer, and scholar of classical Indian music. He is one of the leading cultural figures of the twentieth century whose accomplishments place him as the leading figure of an important musical tradition. His long and distinguished musical career includes numerous recordings...
10. Simon Scott Simon Scott Actor, General Hospital
11. Robert Q. Lewis Robert Q. Lewis Self, An Affair to Remember
12. Wynn Pearce Wynn Pearce Actor, The Korean Story
13. Sam Cooke Sam Cooke Soundtrack, Hitch Sam Cooke was born January 22, 1931 in Clarksdale, Mississippi. He was one of eight children of Charles Cook Sr., a Baptist minister. When Sam sang as a little boy in church, everyone made note that his voice had "something special". He sang in church and in local gospel choirs until a group called the Highway Q.C.'s asked him to sing with them at various venues...
14. Reed Hadley Reed Hadley Actor, Zorro's Fighting Legion Tall, dark, and handsome, Reed Hadley appeared most frequently as either a villain or as an officer of the law during a film career of 35 years. His rich, bass voice was also frequently heard as narrator for movies and documentaries. He may be best remembered for his work in television, where he starred in Racket Squad and Public Defender...
15. Pat Walshe Pat Walshe Actor, The Wizard of Oz Born in 1900, he worked in vaudeville as a child and appeared in Broadway in "A Good Little Devil". As an adult he continued to appear in vaudeville but also joined various circuses and Midget Troupes. He had a specialist intrest in portraying animals and was a veteran animal impersonator. He appeared in his second Broadway show "Fine and Dandy" in 1930...
16. Lindsay Crosby Lindsay Crosby Actor, The Mechanic
17. George Waggner George Waggner Director, The Wolf Man
18. Charles Gunning Charles Gunning Actor, The Haunting Charles Gunning was born in Waxahachie, Texas. As a child growing up in Dallas, he always aspired to be an artist. He was an active participant in the music and art scenes while residing in Austin, Texas, where he lived for 20 years. Charles has lived in Los Angeles, California, since 1991. Charles...
19. Garry Robbins Garry Robbins Actor, Wrong Turn
20. Arthur Mullard Arthur Mullard Actor, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang An enigmatic and much loved comedy actor Arthur Mullard carved a unique niche for himself in a host of British comedy films and tv shows. The sterotype Cockney he was born in Islington, North London where he was known by locals as 'The Dook of Islington'. He left school at 14 to work as a butcher's boy...
21. Freddie Fields Freddie Fields Producer, Glory
22. Claire Carleton Claire Carleton Actress, Born Yesterday
23. Christopher Blake Christopher Blake Actor, Aces High
24. Madeleine Blaustein Madeleine Blaustein Actress, Pokémon: The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back
25. Walter Coy Walter Coy Actor, The Searchers
26. Kate Barry Kate Barry Director, Balade avec Djian
27. Harold Hopkins Harold Hopkins Actor, Gallipoli
28. Don Devlin Don Devlin Actor, Anatomy of a Psycho Born February 26, 1930, The Bronx, N.Y. He was a graduate of De Witt Clinton High School, Bedford Park, Bronx, N.Y. He served in United States Army service 1947-1948. He was a member of Greenwich Village Dramatic Workshop, 1950; actor 1955 to 1960; was writer-producer 1960 to 1990. Father of writer-producer Dean Devlin. Don died of lung cancer at age 70, December 11, 2000.
29. Howard Freeman Howard Freeman Actor, Letter from an Unknown Woman With many years' experience on the stage, reliable character actor Howard Freeman entered the film industry in 1942. In a career lasting 23 years, the heavyset actor specialized in portraying oily businessmen, pompous government officials (as in The Snake Pit), gruff fathers or neighborhood busybodies, but often with a light comedic touch.
30. William Rushton William Rushton Self, That Was the Year That Was
31. Moore Marriott Moore Marriott Actor, Oh, Mr. Porter! Largely forgotten today, comic actor Moore Marriott reigned supreme for a time in the 1930s alongside Will Hay and Graham Moffatt in British film farce. The trio came about by happenstance, but it was their audiences who insisted they reappear together again and again. Born in 1885, Marriott started off on the stage as a youngster with his theatrical family...
32. James Pierce James Pierce Actor, Tarzan and the Golden Lion He had been an all-American center for Indiana University when he graduated in 1921. He coached football for two years in Arizona and tried amateur acting. He won the lead in Leatherstocking, and stayed to coach at Glendale (California) High School. His teams included future film stars John Wayne...
33. Luis Ciges Luis Ciges Actor, The Miracle of P. Tinto
34. Henry Hall Henry Hall Actor, Sagebrush Trail
35. Leroy Daniels Leroy Daniels Actor, Petey Wheatstraw
36. Barbara Read Barbara Read Actress, Make Way for Tomorrow
37. Dewey Robinson Dewey Robinson Actor, She Done Him Wrong
38. Richard Branden Richard Branden Actor, Peace, Love, and Woe Rich Branden grew up in a tough neighborhood. His first hobby was to draw paintings. Not being very rich, he used the paintings to get free martial arts lessons. Richard now has over 25 years of martial arts experience beginning at the age of 10. He started training under Lou Hopkins, in Lynn, Massachessets...
39. Natalie Cantor Metzger Natalie Cantor Metzger Self, Eddie Cantor
40. Elspeth Dudgeon Elspeth Dudgeon Actress, The Old Dark House Long-time British stage actress who entered films in the early 1930's.
41. Christopher Wren Christopher Wren Miscellaneous Crew, The Red Signal
42. Worthington Miner Worthington Miner Producer, The Pawnbroker Worthington Miner is not a name always mentioned in the histories written about the earliest days of network television in America; he hasn't always received the acclaim often accorded to writers like Rod Serling and Paddy Chayefsky and directors like Franklin J. Schaffner and Sidney Lumet. This is no minor historical oversight...
43. Marie Deauville Marie Deauville Actress, Rasputin and the Empress
44. Ila Schütz Ila Schütz Actress, A Kind of America
45. Beverly Hope Atkinson Beverly Hope Atkinson Actress, Heavy Traffic African-American Beverly Hope Atkinson began her career on the New York stage with Cafe LaMama and toured in such productions as "The Skin of Our Teeth," "Lysistrata" and "The Blacks". She eventually made her way to Hollywood in the early 70s where she impressed in her very first film role, that of a streetwise hooker in _New Centurions...
46. Reid Cruickshanks Reid Cruickshanks Actor, Ed Wood
47. N. Richard Nash N. Richard Nash Writer, The Rainmaker
48. Paul Keenan Paul Keenan Actor, Days of Our Lives
49. Jascha Heifetz Jascha Heifetz Soundtrack, Schindler's List Jascha Heifetz came to the USA in 1917, became a citizen in 1925, and joined ASCAP in 1937. He was educated at the Royal School of Music in Vilna (which he entered at five and from which he graduated at nine), the St. Petersburg Conservatory (with Leopold Auer, earning an Honorary Music Degree), the New York College of Music...
50. Galina Vishnevskaya Galina Vishnevskaya Actress, Alexandra Galina Vishnevskaya was a famous Russian opera singer and public figure. She was born Galina Pavlovna Ivanova on October 25, 1926, in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), Russia. Abandoned by her parents during the Stalin's dictatorship, young Galina was raised by her grandmother, only later she discovered that her father was imprisoned...
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