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1. Rob Stewart Rob Stewart Director, Sharkwater Rob Stewart is an award-winning biologist, photographer, conservationist and filmmaker. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Stewart began photographing underwater when he was 13. By the age of 18 he became a scuba instructor and then moved on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, studying in Ontario, Jamaica and Kenya...
2. John Cassavetes John Cassavetes Actor, Rosemary's Baby
3. Audrey Meadows Audrey Meadows Actress, The Honeymooners Audrey Meadows was born, the youngest of four children, as Audrey Cotter, New York City. After she was born, her family returned to Wu'chang, China were they worked as missionaries. Her family returned to the US and settled in New England when Audrey was age 6, and sister Jayne Meadows and Audrey attended an all-girls boarding school...
4. Ben Gazzara Ben Gazzara Actor, Run for Your Life Ben Gazzara's screen career began with two critically acclaimed roles as heavies in the late 1950s. He turned to television in the 1960s but made a big screen comeback with roles in three John Cassavetes films in the 1970s. The 1980s and 1990s saw Gazzara work more frequently than ever before in character parts...
5. Maria Schneider Maria Schneider Actress, Ultimo tango a Parigi
6. Nancy Kulp Nancy Kulp Actress, The Beverly Hillbillies Nancy Kulp wore many hats: Publicity person, actress, linguist, would-be politician and teacher. Originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Kulp attended college in Florida, then headed for Hollywood to work in publicity for the movies, not star in them. Soon after arriving in Hollywood, Kulp was convinced...
7. Al Lewis Al Lewis Actor, The Munsters In the late 1920s, Lewis worked as a circus performer, but ultimately decided on college, earning a Ph.D. in child psychology from Columbia University. He taught school and wrote two children's books. In 1949, at the suggestion of a friend, Lewis turned to acting and joined the Paul Mann Actor's Workshop in New York...
8. Lana Clarkson Lana Clarkson Actress, Scarface This beautiful, long-legged blonde actress was known to be a kind, intelligent and dependable actor with a comedic talent as well. She appeared in many American TV hits of the 1970s and 1980s, such as Three's Company, The Jeffersons, The New Mike Hammer, Riptide, Knight Rider, Who's the Boss?...
9. Richard Bull Richard Bull Actor, Little House on the Prairie
10. Louan Gideon Louan Gideon Actress, Search for Tomorrow
11. Zalman King Zalman King Director, Two Moon Junction
12. Jay C. Flippen Jay C. Flippen Actor, The Killing Jay C. Flippen could probably be characterized these days as one of those distinctive faces you know but whose name escapes you while viewing old 50s and 60s movies and TV. His distinctive bulldog mug, beetle brows, bulky features, and silver-white hair were ideally suited for roles as criminals and rugged adventurers...
13. Jean Byron Jean Byron Actress, The Patty Duke Show A true sunny delight, actress Jean Byron will be fondly remembered for her three-season-long role as vivacious "Natalie Lane", the grounding mom of "identical cousin" Patty Duke on The Patty Duke Show, the one who was always around to help teenage Patty regroup when "a hot dog made her lose control"...
14. Joe Alaskey Joe Alaskey Actor, Tiny Toon Adventures Joe Alaskey, among the most talented voice actors in the business, impeccably recreates many of the original characters which the late cartoon pioneer Mel Blanc invented. A natural mimic and gifted actor, his amazing "ear" for voices enables him to imitate almost anything; including some of the most obscure show business personalities...
15. Walerian Borowczyk Walerian Borowczyk Director, Emmanuelle 5 Born in Kwilcz, Poland, Walerian Borowczyk trained as a painter and lithographer, winning Poland's National Prize in 1953. He began his film career as a film poster designer, then started making short animated films in the late 1950s. Moving to France in the early 1960s, he gained a reputation as a leading animator before switching to live-action features...
16. Buddy Holly Buddy Holly Soundtrack, Big Fish
17. Peter Gilmore Peter Gilmore Actor, The Onedin Line German-born Peter Gilmore came to the UK at the age of six, to be raised by relatives. He quit school at age 14, and pursuing his dream of becoming an actor, attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts for a short time, before being expelled. A stint in the army led to the discovery that he had a talent for singing...
18. Ritchie Valens Ritchie Valens Soundtrack, Grease
19. John Litel John Litel Actor, The Life of Emile Zola John Litel's tough, no-nonsense demeanor on screen was not entirely due to his skill as an actor--when World War I broke out he enlisted in the French army, not wanting to wait until the US entered, and was twice decorated for bravery. Returning to the US after the war, he enrolled in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and toured with various stage companies...
20. Jason Raize Jason Raize Actor, Brother Bear
21. Denne Bart Petitclerc Denne Bart Petitclerc Writer, Red Sun
22. Hassan Joharchi Hassan Joharchi Actor, Soltan
23. Maurice White Maurice White Soundtrack, The Intouchables Maurice was born in Memphis on December 19, 1941, but moved to Chicago as a teenager. His father, Verdine, was a doctor. For many years, they lived in the South Shore section on the South Side. He attended Crane Junior College and the Chicago Conservatory of Music. It was while he was at the conservatory that he got the call to fill in for a drummer a Betty Everett session...
24. Frances Reid Frances Reid Actress, Days of Our Lives Born in Wichita Falls, Texas, and was raised in Berkeley, California, she attended/graduated at The Pasadena Community Playhouse where her major was acting, and she pursued her career immediately. The Emmy Award nominee who has played Alice Horton for the entire 37 years that Days of Our Lives has been on the air...
25. Donald Briggs Donald Briggs Actor, Captains Courageous
26. Pierre Watkin Pierre Watkin Actor, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Pierre Watkin was one of a stable of tall, distinguished-looking and sophisticated character actors (such as Russell Hicks, Jonathan Hale, Selmer Jackson and Samuel S. Hinds) whom Hollywood kept steadily employed playing political leaders, army officers, lawyers, wealthy businessmen and the like...
27. Gloria Leonard Gloria Leonard Actress, Taboo American Style 1: The Ruthless Beginning Gloria Leonard, the doyenne of the erotic film industry, was born Gail Sandra Leonardi on August 28, 1940 in The Bronx, New York. Blessed with a 40-33-37 figure and 5' 9", the brown-haired, brown-eyed porn star from porn's "Golden Age" (1972 until the advent of video tape) made movies under her own name as well as the alias(es) C. Gale Leonard and Gail (or Gayle) Leonard...
28. Harry Ackerman Harry Ackerman Producer, Hazel
29. Mary Healy Mary Healy Actress, Peter Loves Mary
30. Joe Beer Joe Beer Writer, Foundumentary
31. Lionel Newman Lionel Newman Music Department, Peyton Place Lionel Newman was the youngest of a triumvirate of accomplished virtuosos, composers and conductors, who dominated the music department at 20th Century Fox for more than four decades. Already a highly regarded pianist by the age of 15, Lionel went on the national vaudeville circuit as accompanist for Mae West...
32. João César Monteiro João César Monteiro Actor, A Comédia de Deus Born in Figueira da Foz, a cosmopolitan beach resort, moved to Lisbon at the age of 15. In 1963 studies cinema at London School of Technique and starts his first movie at 1965 only concluded five years later. "Silvestre" from Portuguese short stories was presented at Venice Film Festival, where he returns with "Souvenirs from the Yellow House - Recordações da Casa Amarela" and wins the Silver Lion...
33. Raj Kanwar Raj Kanwar Director, Andaaz
34. The Big Bopper The Big Bopper Soundtrack, American Graffiti
35. Hasan Joharchi Hasan Joharchi Actor, Shoghe parvaz
36. Jane Novak Jane Novak Actress, Dangerous Virtue A soulful, fragile-looking blonde beauty, silent screen star Jane Novak was born in St. Louis, Missouri on January 12, 1896, and supposedly began her film career at age 17 when a director took to a photo of the young girl on the makeup table of her own aunt, the film star Anne Schaefer. From 1913 Jane appeared in a host of short films from the Vitagraph Company...
37. John McCallum John McCallum Producer, Skippy
38. Pauline Starke Pauline Starke Actress, Eyes of Youth
39. Davy Kaye Davy Kaye Actor, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
40. Jody Gilbert Jody Gilbert Actress, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
41. Georges Wilson Georges Wilson Actor, Mesrine Part 2: Public Enemy #1
42. Carroll Borland Carroll Borland Actress, Mark of the Vampire
43. Om Koultoum Om Koultoum Actress, The Sheltering Sky
44. Josephine Dunn Josephine Dunn Actress, One Hour with You Convent-educated Mary Josephine Dunn got her start in the chorus line of 'Good Morning, Dearie' at the age of 15. She was briefly in the Ziegfeld Follies and, in 1924, had a walk-on in 'Dear Sir' on Broadway. Two years later, she was picked by a talent scout to join the Paramount acting school for hopeful young debutantes...
45. Al Lewis Al Lewis Writer, Our Miss Brooks
46. Rick Dean Rick Dean Actor, Carnosaur 3: Primal Species Tall, brawny, curly-haired character actor Rick Dean made his film debut in 1982 in the low-budget horror movie "Island of Blood." A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, he trained with Wynn Handmann of the American Place Theatre in New York and with Roy London and Peggy Feury of The Lost Studio in Los Angeles...
47. Arpad Miklos Arpad Miklos Actor, Buckleroos: Part I
48. Isabel Garcés Isabel Garcés Actress, Ha llegado un ángel
49. Augusta Ciolli Augusta Ciolli Actress, Marty
50. Michael Mark Michael Mark Actor, The Wasp Woman
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