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1. Corey Haim Corey Haim Actor, The Lost Boys Corey Haim was born in Toronto, Ontario, to Judy, an Israeli-born data processor, and Bernie Haim, a Canadian-born clothing sales representative. He has a sister, Carol, and a half-brother, Daniel. His family is Jewish. Haim broke into the film industry in 1984, playing a young child caught up in a family war in the movie Firstborn...
2. Windell Middlebrooks Windell Middlebrooks Actor, Miss March
3. Lloyd Bridges Lloyd Bridges Actor, Airplane! The star of many land and underwater adventures, Lloyd Vernet Bridges, Jr. was born on January 15, 1913 in San Leandro, California, to Harriet Evelyn (Brown) and Lloyd Vernet Bridges, Sr., who owned a movie theater and also worked in the hotel business. He grew up in various Northern California towns...
4. Ray Milland Ray Milland Actor, Dial M for Murder Ray Milland became one of Paramount's most bankable and durable stars, under contract from 1934 to 1948, yet little in his early life suggested a career as a motion picture actor. Milland was born Alfred Reginald Jones in the Welsh town of Neath, Glamorgan, to Elizabeth Annie (Truscott) and Alfred Jones...
5. Richard Glatzer Richard Glatzer Writer, Still Alice
6. Wilhelm von Homburg Wilhelm von Homburg Actor, Die Hard Wilhelm Von Homburg aka (Norbert Grupe) started out his career as a wrestler during the fifties in Germany where he earned his fame. He also toured the States. Homburg's stage name was Prinz Wilhelm Von Homburg.. In the early sixties he changed from wrestling to boxing. Between 1962 and 1970 he was in the light heavyweight and the heavyweight class...
7. Cynthia Lynn Cynthia Lynn Actress, Go Light on the Heavy Water
8. Irene Tedrow Irene Tedrow Actress, The Cincinnati Kid Denver-born supporting actress Irene Tedrow is another in a long line of "I know the face...but not the name" character actors whose six-decade career was known more for its durability than for the greatness of roles she played. Born in 1907, she was a lady primarily of the stage, beginning her acting career as a teen...
9. Richard Jeni Richard Jeni Actor, The Mask
10. Robert Siodmak Robert Siodmak Director, The Killers The director Robert Siodmak (which he insisted, be pronounced 'See-odd-mack') was a masterful film maker who successfully blended the techniques of German Expressionism with contemporary styles of American film, particularly film noir, in the process creating a handful of moody, sometimes chilling, and always memorable motion pictures...
11. I.S. Johar I.S. Johar Actor, Lawrence of Arabia
12. Andy Gibb Andy Gibb Self, Olivia A blessing or a curse? Every silver lining has a cloud, yet sadly Andrew Roy Gibb had to find that out the hard way. Born the fifth and final child to parents Barbara (Born 2 November 1920) and Hugh Gibb (Born 15 January 1916) Andy grew up with his three older siblings dominating the music charts, collectively known as The Bee Gees...
13. June Marlowe June Marlowe Actress, Pardon Us
14. Irene Worth Irene Worth Actress, Deathtrap Educated at UCLA, she made her Broadway debut in 1943. Primarily a stage actress she moved to Britain in 1944, where she worked at the Old Vic and with the Royal Shakespeare Company. She returned to the US in 1975, continuing her stage work on Broadway, and making occasional films. She has won three Tony Awards for her stage work.
15. Helen Walker Helen Walker Actress, Call Northside 777 Helen Walker was a beautiful and bright actress whose career never reached its full potential, in spite of her evident talent. She was a successful actress on Broadway, and in 1942 her performance in the play "Jason" was so impressive that she was signed up to act in films. She immediately earned good notice and received star billing in her film debut...
16. Jean Giraud Jean Giraud Art Department, Alien
17. Patric Doonan Patric Doonan Actor, The Man in the White Suit
18. Tully Marshall Tully Marshall Actor, Grand Hotel Tully Marshall intended to pursue a legal career, until he tried a dramatic course at Santa Clara University. He started stage work in San Francisco in 1883 and moved to New York in 1887, where he played in various roles on Broadway and on the road. After a few small parts in films he was given the role of the High Priest of Babylon in the D.W. Griffith classic...
19. Lanna Saunders Lanna Saunders Actress, Body Heat
20. Dino Shafeek Dino Shafeek Actor, Young Winston
21. Dave Allen Dave Allen Self, Dave Allen Born of a prominent Irish journalist in Dublin, Ireland, Dave Allen started out working and touring through English theatres and night clubs. Only occasionally working on radio, he made his first TV appearance on the BBC's "New Faces." He managed to tour with The Beatles while they were still starting out and soon managed to get an eight-month TV engagement called Tonight with Dave Allen...
22. Geneva Mitchell Geneva Mitchell Actress, Morning Glory
23. Yevgeni Zamyatin Yevgeni Zamyatin Writer, The Lower Depths Yevgeni Ivanovich Zamyatin was born on February 1, 1884, in Lebedyan, Tambov Province, Russia. His father, named Ivan Dmitrievich Zamyatin, was a Russian Orthodox priest and a schoolmaster. His mother, named Maria Aleksandrovna (nee Platonova), was a pianist. Young Zamyatin grew up at the family estate, where he read voraciously, and his mother played his favorite music of Frédéric Chopin...
24. Maurizio Merli Maurizio Merli Actor, A Man Called Blade Though it can be said that he only gained fame as an actor because he bore such a heavy resemblance to Italian actor Franco Nero, Maurizio Merli was a very versatile and charismatic leading man in Italian cinema throughout the 1970's. His first appearance was in the Luchino Visconti film The Leopard as an uncredited extra...
25. Stuart Wagstaff Stuart Wagstaff Actor, Stuart Wagstaff's World Playhouse
26. R.L. Armstrong R.L. Armstrong Actor, The Missouri Breaks
27. Derek Benfield Derek Benfield Actor, Lifeforce
28. Ben Pappas Ben Pappas Self, All This Mayhem
29. Agnieszka Kotlarska Agnieszka Kotlarska Actress, Life Feels Good
30. Pat McDonald Pat McDonald Actress, Gaston en Leo in Hong Kong
31. Mikhail A. Bulgakov Mikhail A. Bulgakov Writer, Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future Mikhail A. Bulgakov was a Russian writer and medical doctor known for big screen adaptations of his books, such as Beg and Master i Margarita. He was born Mikhail Afanasievich Bulgakov on May 15, 1891, in Kiev, Russia (now Kiev, Ukraine). He was the first of six children in the family of a theology professor...
32. Ross Hunter Ross Hunter Producer, Airport Noted Hollywood producer Ross Hunter served in Army intelligence during World War II. After the war, he signed with Columbia and appeared in a number of forgettable B-movies. He then became a producer and produced more than sixty films. Most of his films tended to be bright confections - with stars such as Debbie Reynolds...
33. Joe Abdullah Joe Abdullah Actor, Mommie Dearest
34. John Verros John Verros Actor, The Outlaw Josey Wales
35. Zelda Sayre Zelda Sayre Uncategorised Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald was born in Montgomery, Alabama. She was strikingly beautiful and intelligent, but wild and impatient with learning. In the summer of 1918, shortly after graduating from high school, she met an Army lieutenant and aspiring novelist named F. Scott Fitzgerald at a dance at the Montgomery Country Club...
36. Arthur Hohl Arthur Hohl Actor, The Scarlet Claw Solemn-demeanored Hollywood character actor in films for two decades from 1929.
37. Don Ingalls Don Ingalls Writer, Airport 1975
38. Elspeth Duxbury Elspeth Duxbury Actress, Make Mine Mink
39. Kinnosuke Nakamura Kinnosuke Nakamura Actor, The Shogun's Samurai
40. Anna Moffo Anna Moffo Actress, The Weekend Murders The dark and smoldering American soprano Anna Moffo was born in Wayne Pennsylvania, on June 27, 1932, and, following graduation at Radnor High School, studied at Philadelphia's Curtis Institute of Music and in Rome, Italy on a Fulbright scholarship at the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia. At one time she was actually considering joining a nunnery but her love for music won out...
41. René Assa René Assa Actor, Deep Cover
42. Marguerite De La Motte Marguerite De La Motte Actress, The Mark of Zorro Marguerite de la Motte was trained as a dancer, reputedly by the great ballerina Anna Pavlova, and entered films in 1918. She played opposite Douglas Fairbanks in many of his productions. Like many performers of the silent era, however, she was not able to sustain her career with the coming of talkies, and was soon relegated to smaller roles in minor productions.
43. Craig Huebing Craig Huebing Actor, General Hospital
44. Jan Fischer Jan Fischer Writer, The Lost Boys Janice was a truly unique and determined talent. She became enthusiastically involved with theater, acting and comedy in high school; and thereafter studied in the drama department of Los Angeles Valley College where she appeared in major productions. She later appeared in three episodes of the long running network television series Ironsides between 1968 and 1972...
45. Irán Eory Irán Eory Actress, Rubí
46. Dave Stevens Dave Stevens Writer, The Rocketeer
47. Jim Burk Jim Burk Stunts, Hook
48. Eileen Colgan Eileen Colgan Actress, My Left Foot
49. Jack Creley Jack Creley Actor, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
50. Andrew Thompson Andrew Thompson Actor, Ek Joke Net
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