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1. Robert Loggia Robert Loggia Actor, Scarface Born and raised in New York City, Robert Loggia studied journalism at the University of Missouri before moving back to New York to pursue acting. He trained at the Actors Studio while doing stage work. From the late 1950s he was a familiar face on TV, usually as authoritative figures. Loggia also found work in movies such as The Greatest Story Ever Told...
2. Margaret Whitton Margaret Whitton Actress, Major League Actress Margaret Whitton came from the New York stage, performing in off-Broadway gems "Baba Goya" (1973) and "Nourish the Beast" (1973). She made her Broadway debut in "Steaming" (1982). She impressed in films as well, effectively cast as sexy and strong supporting characters in such movies as the prison drama Love Child...
3. Leila Hyams Leila Hyams Actress, Freaks Leila Hyams was one of the top leading ladies of the early talkie pre-code years. She was a likable, pleasing actress with a charming presence. She had much spark, personality and charisma, and a touch of down-to-earthiness and naturalness that won over movie fans; they could relate to her. A versatile...
4. Bert Lahr Bert Lahr Actor, The Wizard of Oz Fittingly known to be a "Leo" for his horoscope, Bert Lahr is always remembered as the Cowardly Lion in (and the farmer "Zeke") The Wizard of Oz. But during his acting career, he has been known for being in burlesque, vaudeville, and Broadway. Dropped out of high school at the age of fifteen for a juvenile vaudeville act...
5. Frank Zappa Frank Zappa Composer, Baby Snakes Of all the qualities that typified Frank Zappa, perhaps the most striking is that he was a paradox. A workaholic perfectionist rock star who eschewed the hippie culture of the 1960s, deploring its conformism, spurious ideals and drug use, Zappa was not only a brilliant rock guitarist but an orchestral composer...
6. Edward Binns Edward Binns Actor, 12 Angry Men Gravel-voiced, authoritative American character actor, a reliable presence on screen for more than four decades. The son of Pennsylvania Quakers, he was a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and first learned his trade as an apprentice at the Cleveland Playhouse. Binns was among the first to join the newly established Actors Studio in 1947...
7. Adam Williams Adam Williams Actor, North by Northwest
8. Robert Karnes Robert Karnes Actor, The Lawless Years
9. Pamela Jean Bryant Pamela Jean Bryant Actress, H.O.T.S. Lovely, buxom and shapely blonde knockout Pamela Jean Bryant was born on February 8, 1959 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Bryant attended Indiana University as a telecommunications major. Pamela was the Playmate of the Month in the April, 1978 issue of "Playboy". She had previously appeared in the September...
10. Richard Vernon Richard Vernon Actor, Goldfinger One of the most memorable of actors, distinguished-looking Richard Vernon completed his training at the Central School of Speech and Drama. From the early 1950's, he enjoyed a very successful career on the stage in London in productions ranging from 'Peter Pan' (as Mr.Darling) to Noël Coward's 'Hay Fever' (as Richard Greatham)...
11. Crahan Denton Crahan Denton Actor, To Kill a Mockingbird
12. Karen Montgomery Karen Montgomery Actress, Amazon Women on the Moon
13. Pina Pellicer Pina Pellicer Actress, Macario Pina Pellicer was, and still is, one of the most beloved Mexican actresses of all time. She set a standard for realism in a time when "melodrama" and "artificial" acting still ran rampant. She was best known for her groundbreaking performance in One-Eyed Jacks with Marlon Brando. She is greatly missed...
14. Rouben Mamoulian Rouben Mamoulian Director, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
15. Hank Brandt Hank Brandt Actor, Dumb and Dumber
16. Willard Parker Willard Parker Actor, Tales of the Texas Rangers As New York-born Worster Von Eps, he was a meter reader who turned professional tennis player but, in 1937, at the age of 25, he parlayed his fair-haired good looks and obvious athleticism into an acting career and changed his name to an easier-sounding marquee moniker, Willard Parker. After a number...
17. Michael O'Shea Michael O'Shea Actor, It's a Great Life His five brothers all became policemen, encouraged on by their father, but Hartford-born Irish-American Michael O'Shea defied family tradition and turned to acting. Born on March 17, 1906, Michael dropped out of school at age 12 and went the vaudeville route, touring with his boxing idol Jack Johnson's show...
18. Forrest J. Ackerman Forrest J. Ackerman Self, Horror Kung-Fu Theatre
19. Doug Cronin Doug Cronin Producer, The Black Room
20. Jack Mercer Jack Mercer Actor, Felix the Cat His parents were actors, but Jack decided to pursue his love of art. He got a job as an inbetweener (rookie animator) at the Fleischer studio. Dave Fleischer happened to hear him singing the Popeye theme song in a funny voice, and asked Jack to try voicing one cartoon. He later became a writer at the Fleischer studio.
21. Vyacheslav Tikhonov Vyacheslav Tikhonov Actor, Burnt by the Sun Vyacheslav Tikhonov was one of Russian cinema's best known faces, he survived hardship during the Second World War, and became renown for his portrayal of Russian aristocrats and intellectuals in several award-winning films, such as War and Peace and White Bim Black Ear. He was born Vyacheslav Vasilevich Tikhonov on February 8...
22. Robert Hirschfeld Robert Hirschfeld Actor, Hill Street Blues
23. Robert Parrish Robert Parrish Director, Casino Royale Robert Parrish was an Academy Award-winning film editor who also directed and acted in movies. As a child he appeared in films during the early 1930s, such as City Lights by Charles Chaplin and Lewis Milestone's All Quiet on the Western Front. As an editor he won an Academy Award for Body and Soul, the 1947 Robert Rossen film that starred John Garfield as a money-grubbing...
24. Maureen Kelly Maureen Kelly Actress, Hell Squad
25. Bryan O'Byrne Bryan O'Byrne Actor, Spaceballs
26. Chris Carney Chris Carney Self, Twentyfourseven
27. Lee Kinsolving Lee Kinsolving Actor, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs Gifted, poetic actor who never fulfilled his potential. The son of an Episcopal minister and the eldest of four, Kinsolving began acting after his first year of college. A Method actor, Kinsolving studied under Mary Welch of the famed Actors Studio in New York. After a short turn on Broadway, he was signed by agent Richard Clayton...
28. Jack Bean Jack Bean Producer, Mitzi... Roarin' in the 20's
29. Sarah Padden Sarah Padden Actress, Anna Karenina
30. Gregg Hoffman Gregg Hoffman Producer, Saw
31. Robert Hamer Robert Hamer Director, Kind Hearts and Coronets Robert James Hamer was born in 1911 along with his twin sister Barbara, the son of Owen Dyke Hamer, a bank clerk, and his wife, Annie Grace Brickell. He was educated at Cambridge University where he wrote some poetry and was published in a collection 'Contemporaries and Their Maker', along with the spy Donald Maclean...
32. Carl Esmond Carl Esmond Actor, Ministry of Fear Born Willy Eichberger in Vienna, Austria, he changed his name to the ethnically nondescript Carl Esmond and went on to become a well-regarded actor both here and in Europe, a career that sustained itself for nearly 50 years. He initially studied drama in Vienna at the State Academy of Dramatic Arts and started things off with the German film The Emperor's Waltz [The Emperor's Waltz]...
33. Barry Mahon Barry Mahon Director, Santa and the Three Bears Jackson Barrett Mahon, a.k.a. Barry Mahon, born in Santa Barbara, California on 5 February 1921, learned to fly while in high school. In 1941 he joined the Royal Air Force and by the winter was flying combat with No. 121 (Eagle) Squadron, composed of American volunteers. Pilot Officer Mahon damaged three German fighters...
34. Archie Mayo Archie Mayo Director, The Petrified Forest A stage actor, Archie Mayo went to Hollywood in 1915 and worked until his retirement in 1946. He began directing slapstick 2two-reelers, later making features at Warner Bros. just about the time sound was being introduced into films. He did much work for Warners, but he also made films at Goldwyn, and 20th Century-Fox...
35. Marion Dougherty Marion Dougherty Casting Department, Full Metal Jacket
36. Tiny Wells Tiny Wells Actor, American Anthem
37. Ralph Lewis Ralph Lewis Actor, The Birth of a Nation
38. Alec Ross Alec Ross Actor, Jim the Penman
39. Syd Heylen Syd Heylen Actor, A Country Practice At 16, he joined the Army, eventually serving on the Kokoda Trail in the 39th Infantry during WW2. He later joined the Army entertainment troupe.
40. Eddie Fatu Eddie Fatu Actor, WWE Raw Born on March 28th, 1973, Eddie Fatu, more widely known as WWE Wrestling Superstar "Umaga" came from a long line of Samoans wrestlers with a rich history. Also known as "The Samoan Bulldozer," the 6' 4", 350-lb. wrestler earned a reputation for executing moves with more ease than one might expect from someone his size...
41. Paddy O'Byrne Paddy O'Byrne Actor, The Gods Must Be Crazy
42. Renate Ewert Renate Ewert Actress, The Red Circle Born in Königsberg in 1935, Renate Ewert and her family had to leave their home and relocate to Hamburg during WWII. As she was determined to become an actress, she applied for the "Hamburger Kammerspiele" but was rejected. By doing synchronising jobs for foreign movies she finally got her first role in the third part of 08/15 at Home...
43. Danny Daniels Danny Daniels Actor, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
44. Slobodan Dimitrijevic Slobodan Dimitrijevic Actor, The Peacemaker
45. Michelle Risi Michelle Risi Actress, 54 Michelle Risi died at age 16 of meningitis. She was on her way to a promising acting career. Michelle had worked with actors such as Neve Campbell, Harland Williams, Katey Sagal and Salma Hayek. Her parents divorced when she was very young and her mother remarried and changed Michelle's last name to Risi. Michelle's only sibling was born 6 months after her death.
46. Suzanne Jerome Suzanne Jerome Actress, Octopussy
47. Al Ferguson Al Ferguson Actor, The Desert Trail
48. Bill M. Ryusaki Bill M. Ryusaki Stunts, Rambo: First Blood Part II Bill Ryusaki was born in Kamuela on the big island of Hawaii. He had total of ten siblings, many of whom, as well as his father are martial arts masters. Bill started training in two types of karate at the tender age of 8, and later added Kenpo Karate to his arsenal. His teachers would later include William Chow, Bill Chun Sr., and Marino Tiwanak...
49. Walter Walker Walter Walker Actor, Flying Down to Rio
50. Jana Novaková Jana Novaková Actress, The Loves of a Blonde
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