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1. Edward Herrmann Edward Herrmann Actor, Gilmore Girls
2. James Avery James Avery Actor, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Although best known as the uncle/patriarch and judge "Philip Banks" on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, James Avery is a classically trained actor and scholar. A native of Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA, he joined the US Navy after graduating high school and served in Vietnam from 1968 to 1969. Upon leaving the military...
3. Wayne Rogers Wayne Rogers Actor, M*A*S*H Wayne Rogers is a well-known professional actor who was one of the stars of the television series M*A*S*H* and a Broadway producer. He is now a contributor to the Fox Business News network and has been involved in investment activities for over forty years. These include real estate development, business management of a number of motion picture personalities...
4. William Christopher William Christopher Actor, M*A*S*H
5. Ricky Nelson Ricky Nelson Actor, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet Ricky Nelson was born on May 8, 1940 in Teaneck, New Jersey, USA as Eric Hilliard Nelson. He was an actor, known for The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (1952) and Rio Bravo (1959). He was married to Kristin Harmon. He died on December 31, 1985 in De Kalb, Texas, USA.
6. Eileen Heckart Eileen Heckart Actress, One Life to Live Versatile, award-winning character actress Eileen Heckart, with the lean, horsey face and assured, fervent gait, was born Anna Eileen Stark on March 29, 1919, in Columbus, Ohio. An only child, she lived with her mother after her parents separated at age 2. Her childhood was an acutely unhappy one. Her mother...
7. Woody Strode Woody Strode Actor, Once Upon a Time in the West Woody Strode was a respected actor with strong African and Native American ancestry. He was Cree and Blackfoot on his father's side and Cherokee on his mother's. While some reviewers and historians claim he could have been a more well-known and cast minority actor if not for his size and physically strong appearance...
8. Billy Booth Billy Booth Actor, Dennis the Menace
9. Pete Duel Pete Duel Actor, Alias Smith and Jones Born on 24 February 1940 in Rochester, New York, Pete Duel moved to West Hollywood in 1963 following a tour with the National Road Company's "Take Her, She's Mine". After landing small guest spots on various TV series, Pete was cast in a recurring role alongside Sally Field on Gidget in 1965...
10. Wesley Addy Wesley Addy Actor, Network Character actor Wesley Addy began his prolific career as a prime player on the classical stage before coming to occasional films and TV in the early 1950s. Known for his intelligent, white-collar demeanor and lean, icy, cultivated menace, the silver-haired performer, who was actually born in Omaha, Nebraska, was often mistaken as British...
11. Raoul Walsh Raoul Walsh Director, White Heat Raoul Walsh's 52-year directorial career made him a Hollywood legend. Walsh was also an actor: He appeared in the first version of W. Somerset Maugham's "Rain" renamed Sadie Thompson opposite Gloria Swanson in the title role. He would have played the Cisco Kid in his own film In Old Arizona if an errant jackrabbit hadn't cost him his right eye by leaping through the windshield of his automobile...
12. Beth Howland Beth Howland Actress, Alice
13. Brad Sullivan Brad Sullivan Actor, The Untouchables
14. Natalie Cole Natalie Cole Producer, Livin' for Love: The Natalie Cole Story Growing up and living under the huge, daunting shadow of a singing icon can intimidate a son or daughter enough to want to look anywhere else to find their station in life. Those who dared to try to follow in their footsteps, such as Frank Sinatra Jr., found success branching out in other areas of music; others like the Crosby brothers...
15. Lloyd Haynes Lloyd Haynes Actor, Room 222
16. Paula Raymond Paula Raymond Actress, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms American leading woman of films and television in the 1950s, whose career was hampered by injuries. Raised in San Francisco, she studied music, dance, and opera as a child. She made her film debut as a child by chance in 1937 during a visit to Los Angeles. She remained to attend Hollywood High School and to appear in local theatre productions...
17. Billie Dove Billie Dove Actress, The Black Pirate In her silent heyday, this ravishing and highly photogenic star, known for her voluptuous femininity on the silent screen, rivaled that of Mary Pickford, Marion Davies and Clara Bow in popularity. She retired after only a few years into the talking picture era, however, and is not as well-remembered in today's film circles as the aforementioned...
18. Karen Landry Karen Landry Actress, Patti Rocks
19. Paul Hubschmid Paul Hubschmid Actor, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms The son of an accountant, Paul Hubschmid was born, raised and schooled in Schoenenwerd, Switzerland. He trained for an acting career at the Max Reinhardt Seminar of Dramatic Art in Vienna and first appeared on stage at the Vienna Volkstheater in 1937. His motion picture debut took place the following year...
20. Per Oscarsson Per Oscarsson Actor, The Girl Who Played with Fire
21. Matt Riley Matt Riley Actor, Zombie Town
22. Erica Boyer Erica Boyer Actress, Every Woman Has a Fantasy Lovely and slender brunette stunner Erica Boyer was born Amanda Margaret Gantt on December 22, 1956 in Andalusia, Alabama. Her father Joseph Breckenridge Gantt was a former attorney for the state of Alabama. Erica was raised in a strict household and was raped in her early teens by a boy she trusted...
23. Donald E. Westlake Donald E. Westlake Writer, Payback
24. Nora Marlowe Nora Marlowe Actress, Westworld
25. Howard C. Hickman Howard C. Hickman Actor, Gone with the Wind
26. David Swift David Swift Writer, The Parent Trap
27. Ken Olfson Ken Olfson Actor, Spaceballs
28. Sam Spiegel Sam Spiegel Producer, Lawrence of Arabia
29. Sandy McPeak Sandy McPeak Actor, Patton
30. Betty McDowall Betty McDowall Actress, The Omen
31. Ralph Wright Ralph Wright Writer, The Jungle Book
32. Donald Douglas Donald Douglas Actor, Gilda
33. Bob Johnson Bob Johnson Actor, Mission: Impossible
34. Johnny Arthur Johnny Arthur Actor, My Stars American actor who specialized in timid or whiny characters. He appeared on the stage in England and in the USA, and performed in musical comedy. He began his film work in silents and often worked in the films of Hal Roach.
35. Carol Thurston Carol Thurston Actress, The Story of Dr. Wassell
36. Marvin Hayes Marvin Hayes Actor, Carmen Jones Born into a large family in North Carolina, Marvin Hayes employed his bass-baritone voice in the US Army as part of the gospel choir "Wings Over Jordan". His singing teachers included Todd Duncan and Pierre Bernac (a highly respected singer, especially of French music). He considered his debut to be his Town Hall recital in New York City...
37. John Fortune John Fortune Actor, Match Point
38. Marin Sais Marin Sais Actress, The Pony Express Girl Marin Sais was descended from one of the earliest Spanish families of California (Marin County was named after one of her ancestors). She was possessed of a fine singing voice. and after graduation from school journeyed to New York to pursue an operatic career. However, not long after her arrival she apparently changed her mind about her career path...
39. Markku Peltola Markku Peltola Actor, The Man Without a Past
40. Roberto Clemente Roberto Clemente Self, First Annual All-Star Celebrity Baseball Game Roberto Clemente Walker was born in Barrio San Anton in Carolina, Puerto Rico, August 18, 1934. The youngest of four children, Roberto excelled in track and field, winning medals in the javelin throw and short distance races. However, his real love was baseball. He played amateur baseball with Juncos...
41. Gertrude Michael Gertrude Michael Actress, Cleopatra Gertrude Michael was born in Talledega, Alabama on June 1, 1911. After graduating from high school, she appeared on radio, as a musician and "Home Arts" advisor. She attended the University of Alabama and Converse College, Spartenburg,SC and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. It was in Cincinnati...
42. Bill Idelson Bill Idelson Writer, The Crawling Hand
43. José Greco José Greco Self, The José Greco Flamenco Specials: Part Two
44. Marshall McLuhan Marshall McLuhan Actor, Annie Hall
45. Desmond Tester Desmond Tester Actor, Sabotage
46. Elma Karlowa Elma Karlowa Actress, Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
47. A. Edward Sutherland A. Edward Sutherland Director, The Flying Deuces British-born A. Edward ("Eddie") Sutherland started in vaudeville and acted in films from 1914 at Keystone (he was one of the original Keystone Kops). He became a director in 1925, first with Paramount (1925-31), then at United Artists (1931-32), again with Paramount (1933, 1935-37), then Universal (1940-41) and RKO (1942)...
48. Dorrie Kavanaugh Dorrie Kavanaugh Actress, One Life to Live
49. Frank Kumagai Frank Kumagai Actor, Crosswinds
50. Michael LeMoyne Kennedy Michael LeMoyne Kennedy Self, Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment
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