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1. Earl Hindman Earl Hindman Actor, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
2. Andrei Tarkovsky Andrei Tarkovsky Writer, Solaris The most famous Soviet film-maker since Sergei M. Eisenstein, Andrei Tarkovsky (the son of noted poet Arseniy Tarkovsky) studied music and Arabic in Moscow before enrolling in the Soviet film school V.G.I.K. He shot to international attention with his first feature, Ivan's Childhood, which won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival...
3. Bill Erwin Bill Erwin Actor, The Land Before Time
4. William Boyett William Boyett Actor, General Hospital
5. Don Taylor Don Taylor Director, Escape from the Planet of the Apes Born in Freeport, Pennsylvania, Don Taylor studied law, then speech and drama at Penn State University, where as a freshman he began taking part in college stage productions. Hitchhiking to Hollywood in 1942, the youthful Taylor screen-tested at Warner Brothers but was rejected because of his draft status...
6. Frank Thring Frank Thring Actor, Ben-Hur
7. Angel Rain Angel Rain Self, E.A. 2
8. Wojciech Kilar Wojciech Kilar Composer, The Pianist
9. Tom Pedi Tom Pedi Actor, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
10. Roy Engel Roy Engel Actor, Kingdom of the Spiders
11. Bob Monkhouse Bob Monkhouse Self, Family Fortunes One of British TV's most popular performers with a career that spanned over four decades, funny-man Bob Monkhouse started off as a radio broadcaster (1947) and stand-up comic. He earned success early on as a gag writer, partnering with Denis Goodwin. In 1953, the duo won their own TV show called Fast and Loose...
12. Robert Patten Robert Patten Actor, Twelve O'Clock High
13. Lita Grey Lita Grey Actress, Seasoned Greetings Lita Grey began working for Charles Chaplin at his Hollywood studio when she was 12, doing bit parts in a couple of movies of his. Three years later, at 15, she met Chaplin again, became pregnant by him and they were married in 1924, when she was 16 and he was 35. They had two sons before their three-year marriage ended in a bitter divorce...
14. Paul Whiteman Paul Whiteman Soundtrack, The Color Purple Paul Whiteman began his musical career as a viola player for the San Francisco Symphony. He enlisted in the Navy during World War I, and his musical abilities resulted in the Navy putting him in charge of his own band. After the war he moved to New York in 1920, where he recorded his first hit, Whispering/The Japanese Sandman...
15. Thomas Barbour Thomas Barbour Actor, Arthur
16. M.G. Ramachandran M.G. Ramachandran Actor, Anbe Vaa M.G. Ramachandran (1917-1987), popularly known as MGR, dominated like no other, the films and politics of India's Tamil Nadu state. A charismatic actor and philanthropist, he commanded the idolatrous adulation of millions of Tamilians and became Tamil Nadu's chief minister. His achievements in 3 fields...
17. Indus Arthur Indus Arthur Actress, General Hospital
18. Dinsdale Landen Dinsdale Landen Actor, Morons from Outer Space Dinsdale Landen was educated at King's School, Rochester and spent a time at the Florence Moore Drama School. This was followed by National Service with the RAF, during which time, he joined a drama group. Upon demobilisation, he joined Worthing rep. He has enjoyed an extensive career in the cinema...
19. Liddy Holloway Liddy Holloway Actress, Without a Paddle
20. Catherine Bégin Catherine Bégin Actress, Martyrs
21. Peter Savage Peter Savage Actor, Raging Bull
22. Ivory Ocean Ivory Ocean Actor, General Hospital
23. Stuart Holmes Stuart Holmes Actor, The Man Who Laughs Stuart Holmes, born Joseph Liebchen, was a silent screen leading man (from 1909) who starred in Fox's first feature film, Life's Shop Window, filmed on Staten Island for $4,500. Being of somewhat menacing demeanour, the cold-eyed, moustachioed Holmes quickly discovered his penchant for playing dastardly villains of French...
24. Leslie Dwyer Leslie Dwyer Actor, The Way Ahead
25. Ralph Clanton Ralph Clanton Actor, Another World
26. Julie Allred Julie Allred Actress, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Born in Philadelphia to a Jewish family, she landed her one and only film role in the 1962 thriller What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? after winning a contest. After appearing as the young Jane Hudson she never returned to the screen or any other form of acting thereafter due to the religious beliefs of her family. She...
27. James B. Douglas James B. Douglas Actor, Men with Brooms
28. I.M. Hobson I.M. Hobson Actor, Dracula
29. Frunze Mkrtchyan Frunze Mkrtchyan Actor, Mimino He studied in Leninakan Art College and Theatre Studio, then finished at the Acting Department of Yerevan Institute of Fine Arts and Theatre. Since 1953 he has performed in the Sundukyan Drama Theatre of Yerevan. He also directed many successful productions, best of them Maxim Gorky's "The Lower Depths"...
30. Sharon Turgoose Sharon Turgoose Thanks, This Is England
31. Marie Kean Marie Kean Actress, Barry Lyndon Educated at Loreto College, North Great George's Street, Dublin. Joined Gaiety School of Acting in 1947, began acting professionally with the Radio Éireann Players in 1948, later joining the Abbey Theatre company. She soon became recognised as a character actress of exceptional force and talent. Received Jacob's Television Award in 1964 for her performance as Winnie in Beckett's Happy Days...
32. Joseph Cornell Joseph Cornell Director, The Wonder Ring
33. Hugh Sinclair Hugh Sinclair Actor, The Saint's Vacation
34. Brigitte Burdine Brigitte Burdine Casting Director, World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King
35. Katherine De Hetre Katherine De Hetre Actress, Being There
36. Willy Birgel Willy Birgel Actor, Final Accord
37. Robert Ellis Robert Ellis Writer, Charlie Chan's Secret
38. Janet Webb Janet Webb Actress, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
39. Edward Peil Sr. Edward Peil Sr. Actor, Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl
40. Hubert Deschamps Hubert Deschamps Actor, The Fire Within
41. Phyllis Kennedy Phyllis Kennedy Actress, Stage Door Quick with a wisecrack or comically bemused look, character actress Phyllis Kennedy's slightly equine features greatly enhanced the drab, chatty Plain Jane types she played usually in humorous servitude to the leading lady. Born in Detroit, Michigan on June 16, 1914, she attended high school there and...
42. Enrique Cuenca Enrique Cuenca Actor, ¡Ahí madre!
43. Dorothy Konrad Dorothy Konrad Actress, Sweet Bird of Youth
44. Jiro Tamiya Jiro Tamiya Actor, The Great White Tower
45. Axel Corti Axel Corti Director, The King's Whore
46. Teresa E. Victor Teresa E. Victor Actress, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
47. Jean Topart Jean Topart Actor, Fantastic Planet
48. Paulo Rocha Paulo Rocha Director, A Ilha dos Amores
49. Leo Robin Leo Robin Soundtrack, Fight Club Prolific American lyricist, best known for his collaborative efforts with the composer Ralph Rainger. His many popular standards include "Prisoner of Love", "Louise", "Beyond the Blue Horizon", "No Love no Nothing", "Moonlight and Shadows", "My Ideal", "If I Should Lose You", "Blue Hawaii", the 1938...
50. Aaron Heyman Aaron Heyman Actor, Flour Child
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