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1. Lawrence Tierney Lawrence Tierney Actor, Reservoir Dogs Legendary Hollywood "tough guy", on screen and off. Remembered as the title character in Dillinger and as the consummately brutal lover of Claire Trevor in Born to Kill. Notorious also for his frequent, well-publicized past involvements in public altercations - like barroom brawls - and other real-life manifestations of rowdiness...
2. Wendy Richard Wendy Richard Actress, EastEnders
3. Constance Ford Constance Ford Actress, Another World Constance Ford began her career in television in the 1950s, performing in live television dramas on Studio One in Hollywood, Armstrong Circle Theatre, Goodyear Playhouse, and other acclaimed series, and playing recurring characters in four afternoon serials; "Rose Peabody" in Search for Tomorrow, "Lynn Sherwood" in Woman with a Past, "Eve Morris" in The Edge of Night and "Ada Davis Downs Hobson" in Another World...
4. Connie Cezon Connie Cezon Actress, Perry Mason
5. David Doyle David Doyle Actor, Charlie's Angels David Fitzgerald Doyle was born in Lincoln, Nebraska December 1, 1929. He was the son of Mary Ruth Fitzgerald and Lewis Raymond (Lum) Doyle, a prominent Lincoln attorney. His maternal grandfather was John Fitzgerald, a prominent banker and railroad builder in Nebraska. His paternal grandfather was T...
6. Wende Wagner Wende Wagner Actress, Rosemary's Baby Beautiful, vibrant-looking 60s actress Wende Wagner (her real name) was born in Connecticut in 1941. Of French, German and Native American heritage, her exotic looks would later serve her well on TV and in motion pictures. She inherited her athletic genes from her parents; her father was a former Olympic swimming/diving coach turned Naval Commander and her mother was a champion downhill skier...
7. Richard Devon Richard Devon Actor, Magnum Force Richard Devon wanted to be an actor from the time he was in first grade and played a small part in a school production. After finishing high school he answered a small ad in a Los Angeles newspaper for a school that offered training to the novice actor. This drama school, "Stage Eight", allowed him to work his way through...
8. Bill Hicks Bill Hicks Writer, Comedy's Dirtiest Dozen Bill Hicks was regarded as one of the greatest comedians who ever lived by those who saw him. Unfortunately, in his home country of America he was very controversial - as many great comedians often are. His status in the US was that of a cult icon. He also had a strong following in the UK and was scheduled to have his own television show on British TV when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer...
9. Fernandel Fernandel Actor, The Little World of Don Camillo The apocryphal biography of Fernand Contandin tells the invention of his artistic name Fernandel by his sister-in-law ("Voici le Fernand d'elles"). At the beginning of the thirties he became a typical actor of the comedy genre: popular, common, likable and with a concealed grain of drama. Marc Allégret was the director of his first successful film La meilleure bobonne...
10. Minerva Urecal Minerva Urecal Actress, The Adventures of Tugboat Annie Of Scottish descent, cruel-eyed, hatchet-faced veteran actress Minerva Urecal was a radio-trained player who spent some time on the clock with stage work before setting her sights on film and TV. Born Minerva Holzer in 1894 in the town of Eureka, California, her subsequent stage moniker would become a partial anagram of her hometown name...
11. Jack Clayton Jack Clayton Producer, The Innocents
12. Edward G. Robinson Jr. Edward G. Robinson Jr. Actor, Some Like It Hot
13. Russell Hunter Russell Hunter Actor, Callan
14. Frieda Inescort Frieda Inescort Actress, The Letter Tall, dark and regal Frieda Inescort's placid loveliness and dignified patrician features bode her well in Hollywood during the late 30s and 40s. Born on June 29, 1901, in Edinburgh, Scotland, the stage-established actress didn't arrive in Hollywood until age 34 (then considered too late for leading...
15. Roger Tonge Roger Tonge Actor, Crossroads
16. Tony Young Tony Young Actor, General Hospital As the son of radio, TV and film character actor Carleton G. Young, dark, dexterous and good-looking Tony Young was exposed early on to the machinations of the Hollywood industry. Born in New York in 1937, he was raised in Hollywood after his father's on-camera character work increased. Although Tony was offered some film roles in the early 1950s while still a teen...
17. Gerald Cross Gerald Cross Actor, The Newcomers
18. Harry Bartell Harry Bartell Actor, Voice in the Mirror
19. Grace Arnold Grace Arnold Actress, Went the Day Well?
20. Joseph Wapner Joseph Wapner Self, Animal Court
21. Tullio Carminati Tullio Carminati Actor, Roman Holiday
22. Paco Martínez Soria Paco Martínez Soria Actor, La ciudad no es para mí
23. Louis Feuillade Louis Feuillade Director, Les vampires A prolific director--over 700 films, most of them short- or medium-length--Louis Feuillade began his career with Gaumont where, as well as directing his own features, he was appointed artistic director in charge of production in 1907. His work was largely comprised of film series; his first series, begun in 1910 and numbering 15 episodes...
24. Ralph E. Winters Ralph E. Winters Editor, Ben-Hur Ralph Winters and his wife Teddy have five grandchildren. He is a two-time Academy Award-winning editor, an incredibly intelligent, kind, unique and loving man who began using a computer when in his 90s and lived to see the publication of his memoirs, "Some Cutting Remarks: Seventy Years a Film Editor"...
25. Richard Carpenter Richard Carpenter Writer, Robin Hood Carpenter began as an actor, trained at the Old Vic Theatre School. After repertory work, he was first seen on screen playing character roles in television shows like Dixon of Dock Green, as well as being regularly featured in Knight Errant Limited and The Citadel. However, he became eventually dissatisfied with his acting career...
26. Julia Cukier Siegler Julia Cukier Siegler
27. Ed Brigadier Ed Brigadier Actor, The Jane Austen Book Club
28. Teinosuke Kinugasa Teinosuke Kinugasa Director, Gate of Hell Former female impersonator who entered films in 1917 as an actor, turned to directing in 1922 and made some of the most formally brilliant Japanese films of the following decades. The few of Kinugasa's early works to have reached the West betray a highly mature, sophisticated talent. His best-known silent films are _Kurutta Ippeji (1926)_...
29. Frank Leyva Frank Leyva Actor, The Ten Commandments
30. Eric Feldary Eric Feldary Actor, For Whom the Bell Tolls More on cause of death: Eric Feldary died of burns suffered when a gas explosion wrecked his West Hollywood home. Feldary, 55, was taken to a hospital with second and third degree burns over more than 50 per cent of his body. A sheriff's deputy who investigated the blast said Feldary told him he forgot to close the valve of a gas heater the night before...
31. Paul Everton Paul Everton Actor, The Life of Emile Zola
32. James Algar James Algar Director, Bambi James Algar studied at Stanford where he developed his skills as a cartoonist by drawing for the university's satirical magazine, The Chaparral. He joined the Disney Organisation in 1934, initially as animator. He directed the classic "Sorcerer's Apprentice" segment of Fantasia, as well as several sequences of Bambi...
33. Ruth Drexel Ruth Drexel Actress, Der Bulle von Tölz
34. Greg Goossen Greg Goossen Actor, The Royal Tenenbaums
35. Spottiswoode Aitken Spottiswoode Aitken Actor, The Birth of a Nation
36. Pierre Trabaud Pierre Trabaud Actor, Astérix le Gaulois
37. Bodil Udsen Bodil Udsen Actress, Huset på Christianshavn
38. Larry Stewart Larry Stewart Director, The New Lassie Actor (the nameless Video Ranger in "Captain Video, Master of the Stratosphere" (Columbia, 1951) and later a writer, director and producer who in 1976 became the leader of a splinter group that became the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences when it split from the Hollywood chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences...
39. Slim Gaillard Slim Gaillard Soundtrack, The English Patient Composer, songwriter ("Flat Foot Floogie", "Tutti Frutti"), author, pianist and singer who began his career as "Slim", half of the Slim & Slam team with Slam Stewart, later forming his own group. Joining ASCAP in 1949, his chief musical collaborators included Bud Green, Harry Squires and Slam Stewart...
40. Joey Karson Joey Karson Actress, Midnight Heat
41. Chic Johnson Chic Johnson Actor, Hellzapoppin'
42. Trude Berliner Trude Berliner Actress, Wochenend im Paradies
43. Stephen Lodge Stephen Lodge Costume and Wardrobe Department, The Fugitive Stephen Lodge is the co-writer of Kenny Rogers' only down-and-dirty Western epic, the CBS TV movie Rio Diablo, co-starring Travis Tritt, Naomi Judd and Stacy Keach. His first major screenwriting credit was for the United Artists feature The Honkers starring James Coburn. Soon after he was writing...
44. Roger Booth Roger Booth Actor, Barry Lyndon
45. Mario Mattoli Mario Mattoli Director, Miseria e nobiltà
46. Lyla Graham Lyla Graham Actress, Apartment 206
47. Jovan Janicijevic-Burdus Jovan Janicijevic-Burdus Actor, Praznik
48. George Malpas George Malpas Actor, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
49. Charles Perry Charles Perry Actor, To Kill a Mockingbird
50. Antony Gibbs Antony Gibbs Editor, Ronin
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