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1. Marcello Mastroianni Marcello Mastroianni Actor, Marcello Mastroianni was born in Fontana Liri, Italy on 28 September 1924, but soon his family moved to Turin and then Rome. During WW2 he was sent to a German prison camp, but he managed to escape and hide in Venice. He debuted in films as an extra in Marionette, then started working for the Italian department of "Eagle Lion Films" in Rome and joined a drama club...
2. Hope Lange Hope Lange Actress, Blue Velvet One of the most natural beauties of the 1960s with a gentle voice and personality to match, blonde Hope Lange was born in Redding Ridge, Connecticut, and performed on stage from the age of nine. She studied both drama and dance under Martha Graham, did some modeling and then worked in stock companies and on television...
3. Desmond Llewelyn Desmond Llewelyn Actor, The World Is Not Enough Desmond Llewelyn was born in South Wales in 1914, the son of a coal mining engineer. In high school, he worked as a stagehand in the school's productions and then picked up sporadic small parts. His family would not give up their effort to prevent him from a life on stage, so an uncle who was a high ranking police officer arranged for Llewelyn to take the department's physical exam...
4. Arkie Whiteley Arkie Whiteley Actress, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
5. Les Tremayne Les Tremayne Actor, North by Northwest Born in Balham, England, and best known for his abundant work on radio, actor Les Tremayne moved to Chicago with his family at the age of 4 (his mother was actress Dolly Tremayne), disguising his British accent while growing up. He began his career with community theater, dancing in vaudeville shows and even served as a barker in amusement parks...
6. Jacques Tourneur Jacques Tourneur Director, Out of the Past Born in Paris in 1904, Tourneur went to Hollywood with his father, director Maurice Tourneur around 1913. He started out as a script clerk and editor for his father, then graduated to such jobs as directing shorts (often with the pseudonym Jack Turner), both in France and America. He was hired to run the second unit for David O. Selznick's A Tale of Two Cities...
7. Ronald Howard Ronald Howard Actor, The Browning Version The British actor Ronald Howard was born in Norwood, London, England, in 1918. He and his younger sister Leslie Ruth Howard were raised by their mother Ruth Evelyn Martin and their father, the renowned actor Leslie Howard. After college, Howard became a newspaper reporter for a while but decided to follow in his father's footsteps and become an actor...
8. Jeffrey Alan Chandler Jeffrey Alan Chandler Actor, La Bamba
9. Paul Maxwell Paul Maxwell Actor, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
10. Virginia C. Andrews Virginia C. Andrews Writer, Flowers in the Attic
11. Audrey Christie Audrey Christie Actress, Splendor in the Grass
12. Edith Diaz Edith Diaz Actress, Sister Act
13. Donald Pickering Donald Pickering Actor, A Bridge Too Far
14. Kimberly Ross Kimberly Ross Actress, Pumpkinhead
15. Jean Schertler Jean Schertler Actress, Runaway Bride
16. Barton Yarborough Barton Yarborough Actor, The Ghost of Frankenstein Born in Goldthwaite Texas, Barton Yarborough ran away from home as a youth to join vaudeville. In the 1920s he got involved in radio, and in 1932 began a long run as Cliff Barbour on the hugely famous drama "One Man's Family," which he appeared in until his death. Other outstanding radio roles came along the way...
17. Duncan Lamont Duncan Lamont Actor, Mutiny on the Bounty
18. Michael Alldredge Michael Alldredge Actor, Scarface
19. Ned Vizzini Ned Vizzini Writer, It's Kind of a Funny Story
20. Alan Dexter Alan Dexter Actor, Paint Your Wagon
21. Robert Adler Robert Adler Actor, Journey to the Center of the Earth
22. Prince Randian Prince Randian Actor, Freaks Prince Randian was born in the Demarara district, British Guyana in 1871, the child of British Indian slaves. Born with tetra-amelia syndrome (the lacking of all four limbs), little is known about his early life or how he was discovered, but it seems his incredible adaptability did not go unnoticed...
23. Emily Brontë Emily Brontë Writer, Wuthering Heights The dreamiest of the talented Brontë clan, Emily Jane Brontë was born in 1818. Her mother died when she was barely more than a toddler, and Emily and her younger sister, Anne, became very close. Along with their other siblings, 'Charlotte Bronte' and Branwell Bronte, they invented the make-believe kingdoms of Angria and Gondal, which occupied their lonely childhoods...
24. Paul Crauchet Paul Crauchet Actor, The Army of Shadows
25. Sara Berner Sara Berner Actress, Rear Window
26. Barbara Lott Barbara Lott Actress, The Pillow Book The daughter of William Lott, who managed Ealing Studios before the Second World War, Barbara Lott trained for acting at RADA. She made her stage debut in 1944 and her first television appearance in 1950. Barbara achieved fame late in life as Mrs Bennett in Rings on Their Fingers and as Ronnie Corbett's mother in Sorry!...
27. Basil Henson Basil Henson Actor, Darling Basil Henson was a prominent stage actor in Britain for over 40 years. His love of theatre began at the age of 12 while playing "Portia" at St. Cuthbert's Prep School. After World War II broke out, he joined the Indian Army and was a Major with the Royal Gharwal Rifles. His professional stage debut was in 1946 at the London Casino...
28. Arthur Gardner Arthur Gardner Producer, The Scalphunters Jules V. Levy, Arthur Gardner and Arnold Laven met in 1943 in the First Motion Picture Unit of the Army Air Force; they were stationed at the Hal Roach Studios in Culver City, CA (with other notables such as Capt. Ronald Reagan, Capt. Clark Gable and Lt. William Holden, etc.), making training films...
29. Ruzica Sokic Ruzica Sokic Actress, When I Am Dead and Gone
30. Robert Griffin Robert Griffin Actor, Monster from Green Hell
31. Frank Capra Jr. Frank Capra Jr. Producer, Battle for the Planet of the Apes It's a wonderful and busy life for Frank Capra, Jr., president of EUE/Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, North Carolina, currently the largest motion picture studio east of Hollywood. A second-generation filmmaker, Capra is the son of the late Lucille Rayburn Warner Capra and world-renowned director...
32. Clyde Fillmore Clyde Fillmore Actor, The More the Merrier
33. Marty Hornstein Marty Hornstein Production Manager, Star Trek: First Contact
34. Dock Ellis Dock Ellis Self, Dock Ellis & The LSD No-No
35. William Leslie William Leslie Actor, Queen Bee
36. Zeki Ökten Zeki Ökten Director, The King of the Street Cleaners
37. Ernest K. Gann Ernest K. Gann Writer, The High and the Mighty
38. Sol Horowitz Sol Horowitz Actor, Disorder in the Court
39. Linda Hayes Linda Hayes Actress, Conspiracy
40. Renata Tebaldi Renata Tebaldi Soundtrack, Moonstruck Renata Tebaldi was and is surely one of the best Spinto soprano voices that any century has ever heard. She made her operatic debut, through bombed streets in 1944 in Mefistofele, as Elena. Then was hand picked for the reopening of La Scala, 46 by Toscanini. It was there that the legendary "Voice of an Angel" started...
41. Kim Peek Kim Peek Thanks, Rain Man
42. Don McKillop Don McKillop Actor, An American Werewolf in London
43. Al Goldstein Al Goldstein Self, Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy
44. David Bradley David Bradley Director, Julius Caesar
45. Cameron Hall Cameron Hall Actor, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
46. Yû Fujiki Yû Fujiki Actor, The Hidden Fortress
47. Lianella Carell Lianella Carell Actress, Bicycle Thieves
48. Maj-Britt Nilsson Maj-Britt Nilsson Actress, Summer Interlude Rare indeed to spot a dark-haired Swede on film but the delicately beautiful Maj-Britt Nilsson was certainly one of them, along with Harriet Andersson, who went on to captivate film audiences in the bleak films of Ingmar Bergman. Born in Stockholm on December 11, 1924, the lovely Nilsson was initially trained at the Royal Dramatic Theater...
49. Preben Mahrt Preben Mahrt Actor, I, a Woman
50. Ivan Mulkay Ivan Mulkay Actor, Cría cerdos
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