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1. Natasha Richardson Natasha Richardson Actress, The Parent Trap Natasha Jane Richardson was born in Marylebone, London, England, to director and producer Tony Richardson and actress Vanessa Redgrave. She was the sister of actress Joely Richardson, the niece of actors Corin Redgrave and Lynn Redgrave, and the granddaughter of actors Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson...
2. Bernie Wrightson Bernie Wrightson Writer, Heavy Metal A comic book stylist noted for his horror illustrations, Wrightson helped revamp the horror comic in the 1970s. He combined a modern sensibility with a distinctive drafting ability rare to the then-moribund industry, bridging the gap between the previous decade's giddy optimism and the explosion of more sophisticated content ahead...
3. Fess Parker Fess Parker Actor, Daniel Boone A former college athlete at the University of Texas, Fess studied drama in the early fifties and debuted in Springfield Rifle. He made only a handful of movies until he was signed by Walt Disney to star in the "Davy Crockett" series. When Walt was looking for an actor to play the part of Davy, he screened the sci-fi movie Them! with James Arness...
4. Robert Porter Robert Porter Actor, Mackenna's Gold Robert came from a large Catholic family, raised in Los Angeles, and lived at Sycamore Farms, Malibu CA in about 1970, which he leased with his brother Peter Porter. This was an old horse stable that had been a Malibu landmark for decades, still located on Cross Creek Road today just off the Malibu Lagoon and the central shopping area...
5. Anthony Minghella Anthony Minghella Writer, The English Patient Anthony Minghella was the son of immigrants from Italy, who own an ice-cream factory on the Isle of Wight, where Anthony was born on January 6, 1954. He and his two siblings, Edana Minghella and Dominic Minghella, grew up there, a popular British holiday spot. After graduating from the University of Hull...
6. Chuck Berry Chuck Berry Soundtrack, Pulp Fiction
7. Joe Santos Joe Santos Actor, The Rockford Files Brooklyn-born actor of Italian descent, Joe Santos started out a football jock at Fordham University and turned semi-pro before finding a new avenue in acting. Success was long in coming, and he paid his dues for years in a number of blue-collar jobs including railroad worker, tree trimmer, cabbie and barkeep while taking acting classes...
8. Barbara Bates Barbara Bates Actress, All About Eve The lovely Barbara Bates, a demure but very troubled young spirit, began her career at age 19. Groomed in obscure starlet bits, it wasn't until Warner Bros. signed her up in 1947 and perpetuated an appealing girl-next-door image that things started happening for her. She was born Barbara Jane Bates...
9. Robin Harris Robin Harris Actor, Do the Right Thing Best remembered for his raunchy humor, Robin Harris became famous in supporting roles in movies such as Do The Right Thing as Sweet Dick Willie and House Party. He has left a legacy that fans and actors will truly miss due to his career which was cut by a massive heart attack at the age of 36. Spike Lee dedicated Mo'Better Blues to Harris after his untimely death.
10. Richard Marner Richard Marner Actor, 'Allo 'Allo! A Russian-born stage and screen actor who usually plays a military man in lots of spy thrillers and war films, Alexander Molchanoff was born in Petrograd in 1921. He was the eldest son of Colonel Paul Molchanoff, of the Semionovsky regiment. In 1924 his family left Russia via Finland and Germany finally ending up in London,where Alexander's grandmother had a house in Harley Street...
11. Peggy Wood Peggy Wood Actress, The Sound of Music Above all else, singer/actress Peggy Wood has endeared herself to both TV and film audiences with one single role in each medium. She made warm, lasting impressions as the benevolent, strong-willed Scandinanvian matriarch Marta Hansen in the series drama Mama, and as the knowing Mother Abbess...
12. Denis Forest Denis Forest Actor, The Mask An accomplished actor, painter/sculptor and writer, Denis Forest attended Ryerson Theatre School in Toronto, Canada. He was an associate artist with the Necessary Angel Theatre Company from 1982-1987, where he collaborated on a number of award-winning plays under the direction of Richard Rose ("Tamara")...
13. John Phillips John Phillips Soundtrack, Forrest Gump
14. Cherylene Lee Cherylene Lee Actress, Donovan's Reef Adorable child actress Cherylene Lee is known for Bachelor Father (1962),Donovan's Reef (1963), Stagecoach to Dancers' Rock (1962), The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan (1972), and M*A*S*H (1979). Later on she became a writer and playwright. Among her plays were; 'The Legacy Codes' about the Wen Ho Lee affair and 'Carry the Tiger to the Mountain' about the death of Vincent Chin.
15. Allen Jaffe Allen Jaffe Actor, Papillon
16. Vilma Bánky Vilma Bánky Actress, The Son of the Sheik Vilma Bánky appeared in Hungarian, Austrian and French movies between 1920 and 1925, the year in which Samuel Goldwyn signed her, in Budapest, to a Hollywood contract. In Hollywood she was billed as the "The Hungarian Rhapsody". In the mid and late 1920s she was Goldwyn's biggest money maker, especially playing with Ronald Colman...
17. Erik Howell Erik Howell Actor, Guiding Light Erik began his life in the South, moving with his mother to New York City where he became an actor at the age of three or so. Acting was the only paying work he ever did. As a boy, he tagged along with his mother, Karen, to the Copacabana nightclub where she mingled with the mighty and he toe-tapped with the showgirls...
18. Michael Attwell Michael Attwell Actor, Buster
19. John Schnabel John Schnabel Self, Gold Rush: Alaska
20. Tony Russel Tony Russel Actor, Wild, Wild Planet One of several American actors who migrated to Europe in the early 60s when their careers here weren't panning out, Antonio Pietro Russo was born in 1925 in Wisconsin of Italian immigrants. Brought up with a strong religious foundation, he developed an interest in acting at a relatively young age and...
21. Arnold Diamond Arnold Diamond Actor, Fiddler on the Roof
22. Harry Kurnitz Harry Kurnitz Writer, Witness for the Prosecution A former reporter, Harry Kurnitz arrived in Hollywood in 1938 after being hired to write the screenplay for his own story, "Fast Company." He stayed to become a prolific screenwriter, working on everything from Errol Flynn swashbucklers to Danny Kaye comedies. He also found time to become a successful novelist and playwright ("A Shot in the Dark", "Once More with Feeling").
23. Sadri Alisik Sadri Alisik Actor, Turist Ömer Uzay Yolu'nda
24. Henry Bromell Henry Bromell Producer, Homicide: Life on the Street
25. Gwyllum Evans Gwyllum Evans Actor, Awakenings
26. Enzo Cannavale Enzo Cannavale Actor, Cinema Paradiso
27. Leland Hayward Leland Hayward Producer, Mister Roberts
28. William Beaudine William Beaudine Director, Lassie William Beaudine, the director of nearly 350 known films (nearly one for every day of the year; some listings of his work put his output at 500 movies and hundreds of TV episodes) and scores of television episodes, enjoyed a directing career that stretched across seven decades from the 'Teens to the '70s (he also was a screenwriter...
29. Robert Mapplethorpe Robert Mapplethorpe Director, Patti Smith: Still Moving
30. Barry Hines Barry Hines Writer, Kes
31. Jan Nemec Jan Nemec Director, Diamonds of the Night
32. Lauritz Melchior Lauritz Melchior Actor, Luxury Liner
33. Moultrie Patten Moultrie Patten Actor, Free Willy
34. Niní Marshall Niní Marshall Actress, Teatralerías
35. Peg Hillias Peg Hillias Actress, A Streetcar Named Desire
36. Bernard Malamud Bernard Malamud Writer, The Natural Celebrated writer Bernard Malamud was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1914. He was educated at the City College of New York (CCNY) and New York's Columbia University, from which he graduated with an M.A. in 1942. After graduation he was a high-school English teacher for most of the rest of the decade and then was offered a job as a Professor of English at Oregon State College, which he accepted...
37. Justin Wright Justin Wright Animation Department, Toy Story 3
38. Joe Mafela Joe Mafela Actor, Retribution
39. Rhoda Mann Rhoda Mann Actress, The Year Without a Santa Claus
40. Wanda Hawley Wanda Hawley Actress, The Affairs of Anatol Wanda Hawley was a popular leading lady of the silent era who specialized in sweet romantic comedies and romantic dramas. Due to Wanda's petite status, she billed herself as Wanda Petit for a brief period in her career. She rose to stardom in Cecil B. DeMille films and later starred in films for director Sam Wood...
41. Zivojin 'Zika' Milenkovic Zivojin 'Zika' Milenkovic Actor, Porodicno blago
42. Ryûzô Kikushima Ryûzô Kikushima Writer, Yojimbo
43. Andrew Crawford Andrew Crawford Actor, Operation Disaster
44. Naomi Chance Naomi Chance Actress, The Newcomers Naomi Chance attended Central School of Drama. After a short period in repertory and on tour she obtained a small screen part and followed this with some starring roles in films opposite some American stars appearing in British films. She became well-known on British TV for her appearances as Amelia Huntley in The Newcomers...
45. George More O'Ferrall George More O'Ferrall Director, The Heart of the Matter
46. Bretaigne Windust Bretaigne Windust Director, The Enforcer
47. Bill Roberts Bill Roberts Director, Dumbo
48. Edwina Day Edwina Day Actress, Crimetime
49. Chuck Wein Chuck Wein Director, Rainbow Bridge Wein attended Taylor Allderdice High School in Pittsburgh, PA, graduating in 1957. At Harvard in the early 1960s, he met a young Radcliffe heiress named Edie Sedgwick, reportedly in their psychiatrist's office. When Chuck decided to move to New York, Edie went with him. With fair skin, natural blond hair...
50. Herschel Graham Herschel Graham Actor, It's a Wonderful Life
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