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1. Richard Hatch Richard Hatch Actor, All My Children Born in Santa Monica, California, USA, Richard Hatch was studying classical piano at the age of eight, and knew he wanted to carve out a career as a performer before he reached his teens. After attending Harbor College in San Pedro, he joined a Los Angeles repertory company with which he traveled to New York City in 1967...
2. Nick Adams Nick Adams Actor, Pillow Talk Nick Adams, best known to audiences as Johnny Yuma of the TV series The Rebel, played leads and supporting parts in many films of the 1950s, often cast in the same "troubled young man" mold as his good friend, James Dean. He was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in Twilight of Honor He died in 1968 due to an overdose of drugs he was taking for a nervous disorder.
3. Dale Evans Dale Evans Soundtrack, Sleepless in Seattle American leading lady of musical westerns of the 1940s. Born Frances Octavia Smith in Uvalde, Texas. She was raised in Texas and Arkansas. Married at 14 and a mother at 15, she was divorced at 17 (some sources say widowed). Intent on a singing career, she moved to Memphis, Tennessee, and worked in an insurance company while taking occasional radio singing jobs...
4. Bobby Troup Bobby Troup Actor, Emergency!
5. Allan Edwall Allan Edwall Actor, Fanny and Alexander Allan Edwall was born in a working class home in Jämtland, Sweden in 1924. His father was a trade-union man and a communist. 1949-52 he attended Stockholm's Royal Daramatic Theatre School. Through the years he made more than 400 parts in theater, film, television and radio. He was also a director, an author...
6. Leoda Richards Leoda Richards Actress, The Sound of Music
7. Arline Judge Arline Judge Actress, The Sin of Harold Diddlebock Educated in a Catholic convent, Arline Judge began her career as a dancer in the act of entertainer Jimmy Durante. She met director Wesley Ruggles on a train; he got her started in films and then married her. Her career was spent mostly in low-budget B pictures. However, she did gain a measure of fame for having been married and divorced eight times.
8. Ottola Nesmith Ottola Nesmith Actress, Inside Daisy Clover
9. Brooks West Brooks West Actor, Anatomy of a Murder
10. Molly Bee Molly Bee Self, The Pinky Lee Show
11. King Moody King Moody Actor, Teenagers from Outer Space
12. Matt Monro Matt Monro Soundtrack, From Russia with Love Matt Monro was born Terry Parsons in north London in 1930, to Alice and Frederick. He had three brothers, Arthur, Reg and Harry and a sister, Alice. It was a tough childhood, his father died when he was three and after his mother became ill, he was fostered out for two years. Leaving school at 14, he tried a succession of jobs without sticking at any of them for very long...
13. John Patterson John Patterson Director, The Sopranos
14. Maria Altmann Maria Altmann Writer, Woman in Gold
15. Walter Lang Walter Lang Director, The King and I Walter Lang entered the film industry in New York when he got a job as a clerk in the office of a film production company. He worked his way up to assistant director, and directed his first film in 1926. By the time sound arrived Lang was already a well-regarded director, but he left the business at that time to try his hand as an artist in Paris...
16. Robert Montgomery Jr. Robert Montgomery Jr. Actor, 12 to the Moon
17. Big Pun Big Pun Soundtrack, How Stella Got Her Groove Back
18. Dick Winslow Dick Winslow Actor, The Shootist Dick Winslow's parents were Winonian Breazeala (a writer) and Sidney R. Johnson. Graduated from Belmont High School in Los Angeles, and first appeared in films when he was five years old. Appeared in the play "Silver Thread" at the Egan Theatre in Los Angeles, and in "The Emperor's Clothes" at the Belmont Theatre in Los Angeles...
19. Bob Woodward Bob Woodward Actor, Annie Oakley
20. Gianfranco Plenizio Gianfranco Plenizio Music Department, Hotel Rwanda
21. Diane Hart Diane Hart Actress, Happy Go Lovely
22. O.P. Heggie O.P. Heggie Actor, Bride of Frankenstein
23. Loukianos Kilaidonis Loukianos Kilaidonis Composer, O thiasos Loukianos Kilaidonis is primarily a quality music composer and singer and well known in Greece. He was famous for organizing the great beach parties in '80s Athens in Varkiza and Vouliagmeni. His songs are mostly humorous and portray the everyday life of the working class. His signature outfits and long grey hair give him a revolutionary air...
24. Reg Evans Reg Evans Actor, Mad Max
25. Philip G. Epstein Philip G. Epstein Writer, Casablanca
26. Elisa Bridges Elisa Bridges Self, Playboy: Girls Next Door, Naughty and Nice Tiny (5'0") but slim, sexy and adorable brunette knockout Elisa Rebeca Bridges was born on May 24, 1973, in Miami, Florida, and raised in Houston, Texas. Her father worked as an architect for oil companies and her mother was a travel agent. She had an older brother and a younger sister. Elisa graduated from Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas...
27. Frankie Ortega Frankie Ortega Self, 77 Sunset Strip
28. John War Eagle John War Eagle Actor, The Man from Laramie
29. Ellanora Needles Ellanora Needles Actress, Leather Burners American actress, primarily on the stage, who played a few small roles in films. Born Ellanora Needles into a renowned circus family, she attended the Pasadena Community Playhouse as an acting student. While there, she married actor George Reeves in 1940. One of her classmates, Teddi Sherman, was the daughter of producer Harry Sherman...
30. Svend Asmussen Svend Asmussen Self, Temalørdag: Svend Asmussen - ikonet, som stadig svinger
31. Don McDougall Don McDougall Director, The Virginian
32. Sara Roache Sara Roache Actress, Emmerdale
33. Claudio Villa Claudio Villa Actor, Canzone proibita One of the most representative Italian popular singers, Claudio Villa became famous nationwide in 1955, when he won the Sanremo Song Festival for the first time. During his career he won that prestigious award three more times (1957, 1962 and 1967), recorded more than 3,000 songs, sold 45 million records worldwide, and starred in 25 musical movies.
34. Walter Kingsford Walter Kingsford Actor, Captains Courageous
35. Jimmy Van Heusen Jimmy Van Heusen Soundtrack, American Beauty Jimmy Van Heusen was inarguably one of the most accomplished songwriters in history. Claiming four "Oscars" and one Emmy award among his credits he also wrote more songs (85) recorded by Frank Sinatra, his long time friend, than any other composer. He also composed the songs for another good friend...
36. Hans Rosling Hans Rosling Self, The Joy of Stats
37. Doug Henning Doug Henning Self, Doug Henning's World of Magic
38. Harry Stanton Harry Stanton Actor, The Naked Road
39. Kunal Kunal Actor, Kadhalar Dinam
40. Geoffrey Steele Geoffrey Steele Actor, Terror by Night
41. Nance O'Neil Nance O'Neil Actress, Cimarron
42. Josef Mengele Josef Mengele
43. Barbara Hamilton Barbara Hamilton Actress, Bogus
44. Sheridan Le Fanu Sheridan Le Fanu Writer, Carmilla
45. Dieter Dengler Dieter Dengler Self, Little Dieter Needs to Fly
46. Tommy Cottonaro Tommy Cottonaro Actor, The Wizard of Oz
47. Katherine Emery Katherine Emery Actress, Isle of the Dead
48. Peter Steen Peter Steen Actor, Reconstruction
49. Tamara Desni Tamara Desni Actress, Fire Over England
50. Vernon Rich Vernon Rich Actor, The War of the Worlds
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