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1. Andreas Katsulas Andreas Katsulas Actor, The Fugitive Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Andreas was a cross between apple pie and baklava, coming from a working-class Greek-American family. Attracted from early childhood to being on stage when at 4 his mother took him to see a community theater performance, he took theatre as an extra-curricular activity in high school...
2. Ralph Waite Ralph Waite Actor, The Waltons Ralph Waite was born in White Plains, New York on June 22, 1928. Educated at Bucknell University where he graduated with a BA degree, Waite existed rather aimlessly as a young adult while trying to find his way in the world. Occupations came and went, including social worker, religious editor for Harper & Row...
3. Martin Balsam Martin Balsam Actor, 12 Angry Men Martin Henry Balsam was born on November 4, 1919 in the Bronx, New York City, to Lillian (Weinstein) and Albert Balsam, a manufacturer of women's sportswear. He was the first-born child. His father was a Russian Jewish immigrant, and his mother was born in New York, to Russian Jewish parents. Martin caught the acting bug in high school where he participated in the drama club...
4. David Janssen David Janssen Actor, The Fugitive David Janssen was born David Harold Meyer in 1931 in Naponee, Nebraska, to Berniece Mae (Graf) and Harold Edward Meyer, a banker. He was of German, and some Swiss-German and Scottish-Irish, descent. David took the surname of his stepfather, Eugene Janssen. The Janssen family settled in Hollywood when he was a teenager and he attended Fairfax High School...
5. Ken Lynch Ken Lynch Actor, North by Northwest If there was ever an actor born to play a tough Irish cop, it was Ken Lynch, and he played so many of them in his long career that he could probably do it in his sleep. His suspicious manner, aggressive attitude, steely eyes and snarling voice broke down many a quavering suspect. He also played military officers...
6. Mae Marsh Mae Marsh Actress, The Birth of a Nation Mae Marsh's father was an auditor for the railroad who died when she was four. Her family moved to San Francisco, where her stepfather was killed in the 1906 earthquake. Her great-aunt then took Mae and her sister to Los Angeles. With her show business background, Mae's aunt took them to the various movie studios for work as extras...
7. Waylon Jennings Waylon Jennings Actor, Maverick Jennings, a singer, songwriter and guitarist, recorded 60 albums and had 16 No. 1 country singles in a career that spanned five decades. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in October 2001. With pal Willie Nelson, Jennings performed duets like "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"...
8. Stacy Keach Sr. Stacy Keach Sr. Actor, Pretty Woman
9. Russell Arms Russell Arms Actor, The Man Who Came to Dinner
10. Willoughby Gray Willoughby Gray Actor, The Princess Bride
11. Albert Sharpe Albert Sharpe Actor, Darby O'Gill and the Little People
12. Johanna Sällström Johanna Sällström Actress, Under ytan Johanna Sällström was born on December 30, 1974 in Stockholm, Sweden. In 1997 she won the award Guldbaggen for best female leading role in the movie Beneath the Surface, which became her big breakthrough. Getting tired off all the interest around herself she moved to Denmark where she worked at a café shop...
13. T.P. McKenna T.P. McKenna Actor, Straw Dogs Character actor Thomas Patrick McKenna was born in Mullagh, County Cavan, Ireland, in 1929. A prolific theater actor throughout his career, he made his stage debut in "Summer and Smoke" by Tennessee Williams at the Pike Theatre in Dublin in 1954. He made his film debut in the IRA-Nazi drama The Night Fighters and from this uncredited beginning he moved up to tenth billing in The Siege of Sidney Street...
14. Richard Wagner Richard Wagner Soundtrack, Apocalypse Now Richard Wagner was a German composer best known for his operas, primarily the monumental four-opera cycle "Der Ring des Nibelungen". He was born Wilhelm Richard Wagner on May 22, 1813, in Leipzig, Germany. He was the ninth child in the family of Carl Wagner, a police clerk. Richard was only six months old when his father died...
15. Helen Twelvetrees Helen Twelvetrees Actress, The Painted Desert Born in New York, Helen was schooled at the Brooklyn Heights Seminary before heading to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. In 1927, Helen Jurgens married Clark Twelvetrees and became Helen Twelvetrees. With some stage experience, Helen went to Hollywood with a number of other actors to replace the silent stars that could not or would not make the transition to talkies...
16. Gianna Maria Canale Gianna Maria Canale Actress, Lust of the Vampire
17. Kon Ichikawa Kon Ichikawa Director, The Makioka Sisters Kon Ichikawa has been influenced by artists as diverse as Walt Disney and Jean Renoir, and his films cover a wide spectrum of moods, from the comic to the overwhelmingly ironic and even the perverse. Ichikawa began his career as a cartoonist, and this influence is apparent in his skillful use of the widescreen...
18. Fred 'Snowflake' Toones Fred 'Snowflake' Toones Actor, The Palm Beach Story Toones is one of the most "colorful" character faces in B-Westerns and cliffhangers. He appeared in over 200 films between 1928 and 1951; and during 1936 and 1947, Toones often worked under contract for Republic Pictures, appearing in about 40 of its films. Toones often played a bootblack or shoeshine man in at least six of his movies...
19. Dilys Laye Dilys Laye Actress, Carry on Cruising Raven haired, sometimes blonde (particulary in the earlier years), pretty actress who was born in 1934. Dilys Laye is an actress who is capable of a wide range of roles, from straight drama to comedy. Starting in the 1950s; she started like most other British film actresses of her era in studio system style films...
20. Paul Gilbert Paul Gilbert Actor, Cat Ballou
21. Ken Jones Ken Jones Actor, The Squirrels
22. Larry Holden Larry Holden Actor, Batman Begins Delighted in providing misinformation about his life. According to published obituaries, his father was Command Sergeant Major Laurence E. Holden (deceased) and his mother was Friederike H. Holden. He had three siblings, Patrick L. Holden, Angela Holden and Deborah Holden-Baker. "Kinda retired" from acting in February 2002...
23. Georgiy Martynyuk Georgiy Martynyuk Actor, Tishina
24. David Bauer David Bauer Actor, Patton Born in Chicago in 1917, David Bauer found more success as an actor in Europe than he did in his home country. He was one of those caught up in the anti-Communist hysteria that swept the US, and especially Hollywood, in the 1950s. Bauer left the US and settled in Great Britain. He found a niche in British television...
25. Dona Hardy Dona Hardy Actress, Superbad
26. Lori Shannon Lori Shannon Actor, For the Love of It
27. Marian Nixon Marian Nixon Actress, Tango Marian Nixon was born on October 20, 1904, in Superior, Wisconsin. Her career started in 1923 when she played Agnes Evans in Cupid's Fireman. She was nineteen. Marian always gave a good account for herself when she appeared in films and was much in demand throughout the 1920s. Marian was one of those fortunate actresses who made the successful transition to the "talkie" era...
28. Scott Beach Scott Beach Actor, Stand by Me
29. Carole Eastman Carole Eastman Writer, Five Easy Pieces
30. Robert Ivers Robert Ivers Actor, G.I. Blues Robert Ivers attended one of the few high schools (Tucson High 1950-1953) that offered a wide range of theatre classes including Stagecraft, Make-Up, Lighting, History of the Theatre and Acting. After appearing in all the high school productions and some Tucson Little Theatre shows, Ivers was offered scholarships to Pasadena Playhouse and the University of Arizona...
31. Lily Pons Lily Pons Actress, I Dream Too Much Of Italian and French ancestry, the famed coloratura was born Alice Josephine Pons near Cannes, France in 1898. She studied the piano as a child and entered the Paris Conservatoire at age 13. Fragile health and the outbreak of World War I interrupted her education. She began appearing again in ingenue roles in the ensuing years...
32. Lionel Mark Smith Lionel Mark Smith Actor, Magnolia
33. Rajendra Nath Rajendra Nath Actor, Haré Raama Haré Krishna
34. Gertrude Hoffman Gertrude Hoffman Actress, Foreign Correspondent German-born Gertrude Hoffman began her film career in Germany in 1918, but she didn't start her Hollywood career until she was past 60 years of age, making her American film debut in 1933. She worked steadily and made quite a few films over the next 20 years, though many of her parts were unbilled. She is probably best remembered as Mrs...
35. Abigail Adams Abigail Adams Actress, Colorado Serenade
36. Christine Larsen Christine Larsen Actress, Valley of Head Hunters Diminutive beauty Christine Larsen (also credited as 'Larson' in some of her early films) had a minor Hollywood career, spanning a mere seven years, from 1948 to 1955. On the rare occasions she was not cast as the perfunctory love interest in B-westerns, opposite the likes of Johnny Mack Brown, she co-starred...
37. Marie Pillet Marie Pillet Actress, Before Sunset
38. Arlene DeMarco Arlene DeMarco Actress, Skirts Ahoy!
39. Harry Baird Harry Baird Actor, The Italian Job Cast in a number of racially-motivated British films during the 1950s and 1960s, actor Harry Baird was born in Georgetown, Guyana (then called British Guiana) on May 12, 1931 and received his education both in Canada and England. Famed director Carol Reed gave Harry his film break in 1954 at age 23 when he cast the actor in the smallish role of a black boxer named Jamaica in A Kid for Two Farthings...
40. Frank Braña Frank Braña Actor, Pieces
41. Cy Grant Cy Grant Actor, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons
42. Dorothy Tree Dorothy Tree Actress, The Asphalt Jungle After a long career on stage and film, in New York and Hollywood, Dorothy Tree, as Dorothy Uris, had a second career, as a speech and voice coach at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, privately, and teaching speech and acting at the Mannes College of Music and the Manhattan School of Music. She was the author of "Everybody's Book of Better Speaking"...
43. Jim O'Brien Jim O'Brien Director, Rebecca
44. Ustad Amir Khan Ustad Amir Khan Music Department, Baiju Bawra Ustad Amir Khan (August 15, 1912 - February 13, 1974) was a well-known Indian classical vocalist. He is considered one of the most influential figures in Hindustani classical music and is known for his intellectual approach to developing raga melodies.
45. Humayun Faridi Humayun Faridi Actor, Meherjaan
46. Leonor Llausás Leonor Llausás Actress, Poison for the Fairies
47. Gjorgi Gjorgijevski Gjorgi Gjorgijevski Production Manager, Karaula
48. Micheline Rolla Micheline Rolla Actress, Monsieur Hulot's Holiday
49. Josephine Tey Josephine Tey Writer, The Girl Was Young As Gordon Daviot, she was a famous well-known playwright during the 1930s, and, as Gordon Daviot, published her first mystery novel, "The Man In The Queue". For the second, "A Shilling For Candles", she took a family name, Josephine Tey, under which she published a further six.
50. Ernesto Caparrós Ernesto Caparrós Cinematographer, The Miracle Worker
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