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1. Ron Silver Ron Silver Actor, Ali
2. Ann Sothern Ann Sothern Actress, Private Secretary Ann Sothern, born Harriet Lake on January 22,1909 in Valley City, North Dakota, and her film career started as an extra-bit part in the film Broadway Nights in 1927. She would work as an extra for the next six years. It barely paid the bills. Finally, Ann got her break with Columbia Pictures when they signed her to a contract in 1934...
3. H.P. Lovecraft H.P. Lovecraft Writer, Re-Animator Born in Providence, Lovecraft was a sickly child whose parents died insane. When he was 16, he wrote the astronomy column in the Providence Tribune. Between 1908 and 1923, he wrote short stories for Weird Tales magazine, among others. He died in Providence, in poverty, on March 15, 1937. His most famous novel is considered to be "At the Mountains of Madness," about an expedition to the South Pole...
4. Thora Hird Thora Hird Actress, Last of the Summer Wine In a career than spanned eight decades, Thora Hird was widely-regarded as one of Britain's finest character actresses. She made over 100 films as well as starring in a host of TV comedies and, as a straight actress, excelled in the works of playwright Alan Bennett. Even in her 90s, she was working almost daily...
5. Gail Davis Gail Davis Actress, Annie Oakley Hailed by Gene Autry as the 'perfect western actress', diminutive, pig-tailed Betty Jeanne Grayson had all the genre's prerequisite attributes. The daughter of a prominent Arkansas physician (who went on to became State Health Officer), she had been trained in drama and dance at the University of Texas...
6. Pedro Díez del Corral Pedro Díez del Corral Actor, High Heels
7. Stuart Rosenberg Stuart Rosenberg Director, Cool Hand Luke
8. David Brenner David Brenner Self, The Aristocrats
9. René Clair René Clair Writer, Beauties of the Night
10. Tom Harmon Tom Harmon Actor, Harmon of Michigan Tom Harmon was a legendary college football player who became a sportscaster and sired TV superstar Mark Harmon (who also played college football at UCLA). Thomas Dudley Harmon was born in Rensselaer, Indiana, to Rose Marie (Quinn) and Louis Amiel Harmon, a real estate agent. His maternal grandparents were Irish...
11. Don Durant Don Durant Actor, Johnny Ringo The "fastest gun in all the West" and the poster boy for "tall, dark and handsome:, Don Durant was best known for his title role in the CBS western series Johnny Ringo. Born Donald Allison Durae on November 20, 1932, in Long Beach, California, he spent some of his youth in Riverside as well as on a large cattle ranch in Elko...
12. Alice Backes Alice Backes Actress, I Want to Live!
13. Charles Harrelson Charles Harrelson Self, The Men Who Killed Kennedy
14. Sylvia Anderson Sylvia Anderson Writer, Thunderbirds Sylvia Anderson is the co-creator of a string of hit TV shows through the late 1950s, 1960s and 70s. Her most memorable contribution as an actress is the voice of Lady Penelope from Thunderbirds - one of many series she co-created with former husband Gerry Anderson. Sylvia's talents are evident in the characterization throughout their various series...
15. Aristotle Onassis Aristotle Onassis Self, Jetset in den Sixties - Das süße Leben der Schönen und Reichen Aristole Onassis was an ethnic Greek born in Smyrna in the Ottoman Empire in what is now Turkey, who became a billionaire shipping tycoon when the number of billionaires could be counted on one hand. He is known to history as the second husband of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy. He was the son of Socrates Onassis...
16. H.W. Gim H.W. Gim Actor, True Grit
17. Miles Malleson Miles Malleson Actor, The Thief of Bagdad Actor, playwright and screenwriter Miles Malleson's list of credits reads like a history of British cinema in the first half of the 20th century. Born in Croydon in Surrey, he attended Brighton College in Sussex before studying at Cambridge University with the intention of becoming a schoolmaster. However...
18. Paul Cavanagh Paul Cavanagh Actor, The Woman in Green Cambridge-educated Paul Cavanagh appeared in pictures as the epitome of the debonair, well-dressed Englishman. The former barrister and Royal Canadian Mountie turned to acting in 1924 and had a starring role on Broadway in 'Scotland Yard' (1929). His film career began in 1928 and lasted just over three decades...
19. Nate Dogg Nate Dogg Soundtrack, The Transporter
20. Sally Forrest Sally Forrest Actress, Vengeance Valley Sally's parents were both amateur ballroom dancers, so it was no surprise when Sally developed an interest in dancing. She entered dance classes by the first grade and was signed by MGM upon her graduation from high school. In 1945, she moved with her parents to Hollywood, where Sally worked on the dances used in the films Till the Clouds Roll By and The Kissing Bandit...
21. Henry Victor Henry Victor Actor, Freaks Henry Victor was born on October 2, 1892 in England, but was raised in Germany. He began his film career in 1914, eventually playing leads in literary adaptations of The Portrait of Dorian Gray and H. Rider Haggard's She, both in 1916. When talkies appeared in the late 1920's, Victor's thick Teutonic accent was a detriment as a leading man in Hollywood...
22. Joe Gray Joe Gray Actor, Some Like It Hot
23. Daisy Earles Daisy Earles Actress, Freaks Daisy Earles came to the U.S. from Germany in the early 1920s, joining her brother and sister Harry Earles and Gracie Doll. The three of them, soon joined by sister Tiny Doll, made a handful of appearances in films before retiring from the film business in 1930 in favor of working for the Ringling Brothers Circus...
24. Sylvester L. Weaver Jr. Sylvester L. Weaver Jr. Writer, Today No one in the broadcast television industry -- in the U.S. or abroad -- will doubt for an instant that Sylvester (Pat) Weaver has been its foremost creative force. He was born in Los Angeles, California, to Elenor Isabel (Dixon) and Sylvester Laflin Weaver. From commercial television's nascent days at the end of the 1940s...
25. George Sherman George Sherman Director, Big Jake American second feature director George Sherman arrived in California aboard the SS Mongolia (bound from New York City, where he was born), on which he served as a bellboy. Sherman began his career in the movie business in the mail room at Warner Brothers, before working his way up to assistant director...
26. Luciano Ercoli Luciano Ercoli Producer, Le foto proibite di una signora per bene
27. Durward Kirby Durward Kirby Self, The Garry Moore Show
28. Larry Thor Larry Thor Actor, The Amazing Colossal Man
29. Brendan Dillon Brendan Dillon Actor, The Dead
30. Kay Harding Kay Harding Actress, The Scarlet Claw
31. Dorothy Vaughan Dorothy Vaughan Actress, The Bishop's Wife If Dorothy Vaughan appeared in 143 movies or episodes of TV series, it was certainly not by accident. Actually the reason why this lively stout lady was in such demand is that she was the spitting image of the woman next door, of the hospital nurse who took care of your son after he broke his arm falling off his bike, of the midwife who helped your wife to give birth to that wonderful baby boy ...
32. Clarissa Dickson Wright Clarissa Dickson Wright Self, Clarissa & the King's Cookbook Clarissa Dickson Wright was an English celebrity chef, television personality, businesswoman and a former barrister. She was best known as one half, along with Jennifer Paterson, of the incredibly popular television series, Two Fat Ladies. Having trained as a lawyer, Dickson Wright was the youngest woman ever to be called to the Bar...
33. Sidney Green Sidney Green Writer, Flip
34. Pepe Rubio Pepe Rubio Actor, Siempre es domingo
35. Lenita Lane Lenita Lane Actress, The Bat
36. Carl Stockdale Carl Stockdale Actor, The Bank Stockdale, a very good friend of Mary Miles Minter's mother, Charlotte Shelby, claimed on the witness stand that he was with Mrs. Shelby when movie director William Desmond Taylor--Minter's lover--was murdered, therefore Charlotte could not have killed him. Stockdale said that he suspected Taylor's former chauffeur...
37. James Pritchett James Pritchett Actor, Guiding Light
38. John R. Cumpson John R. Cumpson Actor, The Joneses Have Amateur Theatricals John R Cumpson was born in Buffalo, New York, one of the youngest in a large family. His father was a blacksmith. In 1887, John R Cumpson was listed in a Buffalo City Directory as a bank clerk, and in the 1890 census as a bookkeeper. He apparently soon set aside ledgers and took up a career in acting...
39. Philippe Lemaire Philippe Lemaire Actor, Arsène Lupin Born in 1927, orphan, Philippe Lemaire was tempted to enter the French Navy before starting a movie career in 1945. He became famous in the 50s and 60s for his roles with Jeanne Moreau or Michele Morgan under the direction of Roger Vadim, Jean-Pierre Melville or Alexandre Astruc. In March 2004, one day after his 77th birthday...
40. Jacques Legras Jacques Legras Actor, Hibernatus
41. Joe Alfasa Joe Alfasa Actor, What's Up, Doc?
42. Homer Groening Homer Groening Director, Basic Brown Basic Blue
43. Daniel Radford Daniel Radford Visual Effects, Being John Malkovich
44. Dan McLaughlin Dan McLaughlin Director, God is Dog Spelled Backwards
45. Thomas Louden Thomas Louden Actor, The Corn Is Green
46. Yvonne Doughty Yvonne Doughty Actress, The Wild One
47. Norbert A. Myles Norbert A. Myles Makeup Department, The Jack Benny Program
48. Francisco Reiguera Francisco Reiguera Actor, Simón del desierto
49. Arthur Crabtree Arthur Crabtree Director, Fiend Without a Face Arthur Crabtree began his film career as an assistant camera operator at British International Pictures, and it was at Gainsborough Pictures that he became a full-fledged Director of Photography in 1935. He photographed such films as The Remarkable Mr. Kipps, The Man in Grey and Waterloo Road. His ambition...
50. Jack Lawrence Jack Lawrence Soundtrack, The Shawshank Redemption
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