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1. Kenneth Mars Kenneth Mars Actor, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
2. Sal Mineo Sal Mineo Actor, Rebel Without a Cause Salvatore (Sal) Mineo Jr. was born to Josephine and Sal Sr. (a casket maker), who emigrated to the U.S. from Sicily. His siblings were Michael, Victor and Sarina. Sal was thrown out of parochial school and, by age eight, was a member of a street gang in a tough Bronx neighborhood. His mother enrolled him in dancing school and...
3. David Kelly David Kelly Actor, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Born Dublin, Ireland on July 11 1929. Educated at Synge Street Catholic boys school. Started acting aged 8 in the Gaiety theatre Dublin. Playing everything from Beckett to Shakespeare, he has appeared in Theatre, TV and film constantly since 1959. Awards include, Helen Hayes for "Moon for the Misbegotten...
4. Sid Caesar Sid Caesar Self, Episode #1.1 Comedian, saxophonist, composer, actor and musician, he performed within the orchestras of Charlie Spivak, Shep Fields and Claude Thornhill as saxophonist. Later, as super-hip jazz musician "Cool Cees" in television skits, he played tenor saxophone, and sang with the satirical trio "The Hair Cuts" (with Carl Reiner and Howard Morris)...
5. Nicholas Colasanto Nicholas Colasanto Actor, Raging Bull Nicholas Colasanto, the actor and television director who achieved his greatest success as "Coach" on the TV series Cheers at the end of his career, was born January 19, 1924 in Providence, Rhode Island, one of seven children. He attended Providence's Central High School but did not graduate due to World War II...
6. Jean Renoir Jean Renoir Director, La Grande Illusion Son of the famous Impressionist painter Pierre Auguste, he had a happy childhood. Pierre Renoir was his brother, and Claude Renoir was his nephew. After the end of World War I, where he won the Croix de Guerre, he moved from scriptwriting to filmmaking. He married Catherine Hessling, for whom he began to make movies; he wanted to make a star of her...
7. Betty Garrett Betty Garrett Actress, On the Town A sunny singer, dancer and comic actress, Betty Garrett starred in several Hollywood musicals and stage roles. She was at the top of her game when the Communist scare in the 1950s brought her career to a screeching, ugly halt. She and her husband Larry Parks, an Oscar-nominated actor, were summoned by the House UnAmerican Activities Committee and questioned about their involvement...
8. Victor Jory Victor Jory Actor, Papillon Victor Jory was the boxing and wrestling champion of the Coast Guard during his military hitch, and never lost his big, burly physique. His sinister looks and distinctive voice typed him as a heavy, at which he excelled, but he did occasionally play sympathetic leads, one of which was, oddly enough, the sci-fi cult classic Cat-Women of the Moon.
9. Brian Kelly Brian Kelly Actor, Shoot, Gringo... Shoot! Detroit-born TV actor Brian Kelly was a Valentine's Day baby, the son of Harry F. Kelly who was elected governor of Michigan (1944-1947) and served as a justice on the Michigan Supreme Court. Brian joined the Marine Corps. during the Korean War and subsequently attended the University of Michigan Law School with the intent of pursuing a political career like his father...
10. S.Z. Sakall S.Z. Sakall Actor, Casablanca Hungarian-born S.Z. Sakall was a veteran of German, Hungarian and British films when he left Europe because of the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi movement. In Hollywood from shortly after the outbreak of World War II, Sakall began appearing in comedies and musicals, often playing a lovable if somewhat excitable and/or befuddled uncle...
11. David Groh David Groh Actor, General Hospital David Groh's highly anticipated "marriage" to Valerie Harper on the seventh episode of the sitcom Rhoda was the highest rated episode of that show's entire run and it was this co-starring role that situated him squarely on the Hollywood TV map. Rhoda Morgenstern, the perennial bridesmaid...
12. Sidney Toler Sidney Toler Actor, Charlie Chan in the Secret Service The son of Colonel H.G. Toler, breeder of trotting horses, Sidney Toler acted on stage by the time he was seven years old. He was an established star of the theater by the 1890's, long before his career in motion pictures. He was also active as a playwright and had a good enough voice to be cast as a lead baritone with an operatic stock company at the Orpheum Theatre in New York...
13. Newt Arnold Newt Arnold Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Godfather: Part II
14. Randy Stone Randy Stone Casting Director, Say Anything...
15. Henry Kulky Henry Kulky Actor, Love Nest
16. Gale Robbins Gale Robbins Actress, Calamity Jane Little known singer/actress Gale Robbins was a knockout-looking hazel-eyed redhead who made a slight dent in post-war Hollywood. Born Betty Gale Robbins in Chicago, Illinois (some say Mitchell, Indiana) on May 7, 1921, she was the daughter of Arthur E. and Blanche Robbins, and educated at Chicago's Jennings Seminary at Aurora...
17. Zina Bethune Zina Bethune Actress, Who's That Knocking at My Door Lovely, lithe and light-haired Zina Bethune, noted ballet dancer, choreographer and teacher, also had a promising acting career during the late 1950s and 1960s. The native New Yorker was born on February 17, 1945, the daughter of William Charles Bethune (who died in 1950 when Zina was 5) and established actress Ivy Bethune (née Vigner) of General Hospital fame...
18. Dziga Vertov Dziga Vertov Director, Man with a Movie Camera Born in Bialystok, Poland, studied music and enrolled in St. Petersburg Neurological Institute in 1916. Worked on first Soviet newsreel, Kinonedelia (1918-1919), then on subsequent newsreel series (inc. Kinopravda, 1922-1925).
19. Christa Helm Christa Helm Actress, Let's Go for Broke
20. Screamin' Jay Hawkins Screamin' Jay Hawkins Soundtrack, Just Like Heaven Screamin' Jay Hawkins was best known for his song "I Put a Spell On You, " which he recorded on the Okeh label in 1956 and which helped win him cult status in the United States, Europe and Japan. He had originally planned the tune as a ballad, but after a night of heavy drinking he tried again--screaming...
21. James Cossins James Cossins Actor, The Man with the Golden Gun The role which best epitomised James Cossins was the fussy, repressed Brown in Villain. He began movie acting in the mid '60s and featured in such films as Richard Lester's How I Won the War, Hammer's The Lost Continent, the Jack Wild vehicle Melody and the aforementioned cult classic Villain with Richard Burton...
22. Oliver Blake Oliver Blake Actor, The Long, Long Trailer Character actor with a wildly distinctive face. Used real name Oliver Prickett for stage work, especially at the Pasadena Community Playhouse, where he was a longtime fixture and teacher and where his brother was managing director. Used stage name Oliver Blake for scores of small film and television roles. Brother-in-law of actress Maudie Prickett.
23. Jean Dixon Jean Dixon Actress, My Man Godfrey Connecticut-born Jean Dixon had an auspicious theatre debut: on a Parisian stage with Sarah Bernhardt while still a student at a French university. Upon her return to the U.S. in 1921, she made her Broadway debut, and thereafter appeared in many stage productions, on Broadway and across the country...
24. Om Prakash Om Prakash Actor, Zanjeer
25. Charles M. Schulz Charles M. Schulz Writer, A Charlie Brown Christmas
26. Peter Alexander Peter Alexander Actor, Hurrah, the School Is Burning To paraphrase the Beatles, one could say that, like Michelle and Ma Belle, Peter Alexander and Music are words that go together well, for the Austrian entertainer (musician, singer and actor) was associated with music from cradle to tomb. Born in Vienna in 1926, the son of a banker and his wife, Peter...
27. Geordie Hormel Geordie Hormel Music Department, Night of the Living Dead George A. Hormel was the son of Jay Catherwood and Germaine (DuBois) Hormel, CEO's of the George A. Hormel Company in Austin, Minnesota, the creators of Spam. He was the grandson of George A. Hormel, the founder of the Hormel meat packing plant in Austin. In his parent's Chateau-style home near Austin Geordie operated a hotel and restaurant known as Kingswood...
28. Kurt Johnson Kurt Johnson Actor, Sole Survivor
29. Moultrie Kelsall Moultrie Kelsall Actor, Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.
30. Lang Jeffries Lang Jeffries Actor, ...4 ...3 ...2 ...1 ...morte
31. Miranda Jones Miranda Jones Actress, Juliet
32. Martin Jurow Martin Jurow Producer, Breakfast at Tiffany's
33. Lisa Daniels Lisa Daniels Actress, 101 Dalmatians
34. Gloria Edwards Gloria Edwards Actress, Which Way Is Up?
35. Julio Cortázar Julio Cortázar Writer, Blow-Up One of the most important Argentinian writers of all time, Julio Cortazar was born in Belgium. When he was a child he went with his parents to Argentina. She stayed in Buenos Aires until 1951, when he went to Paris and he stayed in France until his death. His first book of short stories was "Bestiario" published in 1951...
36. Belle Mitchell Belle Mitchell Actress, Soylent Green
37. James Bulger James Bulger Self, Jon Venables: What Went Wrong? James Bulger was a boy from Kirkby, England, who was murdered on 12 February 1993, at age 2. He was abducted, tortured and murdered by two 10-year-old boys, Robert Thompson (born 23 August 1982) and Jon Venables (born 13 August 1982). Bulger disappeared from the New Strand Shopping Centre in Bootle...
38. Robert Broyles Robert Broyles Actor, Poltergeist
39. Kristina Söderbaum Kristina Söderbaum Actress, The Golden City Kristina Söderbaum was born on 5 October 1912 in Stockholm, Sweden. After graduation she went to Paris to learn French and by chance got a role in the short film Hur behandlar du din hund?. In 1935, she studied history of art in Berlin and attended acting classes. There she got to know her future husband Veit Harlan...
40. Rahela Ferari Rahela Ferari Actress, Davitelj protiv davitelja
41. Frank Whitten Frank Whitten Actor, Peter Pan Best known in New Zealand for playing the Senile Grandfather Ted West on Outrageous Fortune. This role won him a best supporting actor award at the Air NZ Screen Awards in 2007. He also appeared in Vigil and many other New Zealand and Australian Productions. He died of Cancer on Febuary 13th 2011
42. Peter Ellenshaw Peter Ellenshaw Visual Effects, The Black Hole
43. Lily Langtry Lily Langtry Actress, His Neighbor's Wife
44. Leo F. Forbstein Leo F. Forbstein Music Department, Casablanca Leo Forbstein began as a violin player at the age of 4. While conducting at the Royal Theater in St. Joseph, Mo., he pioneered and introduced the synchronization of the orchestra with the silent action on the movie screen. He moved to Hollywood in the mid 1920s where he directed a symphony orchestra at Grauman's Egyptian Theater...
45. Ralph Smart Ralph Smart Producer, Bush Christmas Ralph Smart was born to Australian parents in the London suburb of Chingford, some ten miles northeast of Charing Cross. He began his professional career in films as an editor, writer and director of documentary shorts in 1927. Smart collaborated on the screenplays of some of Michael Balcon's early films at Gaumont-British...
46. Bhakti Barve Bhakti Barve Actress, Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro
47. Martin Booth Martin Booth Writer, The American
48. Heinz Schubert Heinz Schubert Actor, Strongman Ferdinand
49. Jack Straw Jack Straw Actor, The Pajama Game
50. Tom Moore Tom Moore Actor, Manhandled
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