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1. George Burns George Burns Actor, Oh, God!
2. Windell Middlebrooks Windell Middlebrooks Actor, Miss March
3. Shirley Ross Shirley Ross Actress, San Francisco Blonde, vivacious and obviously talented, Shirley Ross had the promisings of a big musical film star but her career remained strictly second-string throughout her fairly short career. Making a mark for herself proved difficult; in fact, she is best remembered through her pairing with an entertainment legend...
4. Sheila Gish Sheila Gish Actress, Highlander
5. The Notorious B.I.G. The Notorious B.I.G. Soundtrack, Superbad Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. Biggie Smalls, was born in Brooklyn, New York, May 21, 1972. He was the son of Jamaican parents, Voletta Wallace, a pre-school teacher, and George Latore, a welder and small-time politician. He was raised in the poor Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant as the son of a preschool teacher...
6. Fernando Rey Fernando Rey Actor, The French Connection Fernando Rey, the great Spanish movie actor primarily known in the United States for his role as "Frog One" in The French Connection and its sequel, was born Fernando Casado D'Arambillet on September 20 1917, in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, the son of Colonel Casado Veiga. Originally, the young Fernando intended to become an architect...
7. Richard Crane Richard Crane Actor, Mysterious Island Dark haired, athletic American leading man of 40's B-movies. Richard Crane was at his most successful at a time when Hollywood was somewhat denuded of its male stars, most of whom were doing wartime military service. Upon their return to the ranks, Crane's career went into decline. He did, however, have a brief resurgence in the 1950's as the square-jawed...
8. Charles Bukowski Charles Bukowski Writer, Barfly Charles Bukowski, the American poet, short-story writer, and novelist, was born Heinrich Karl Bukowski, Jr. in Andernach, Germany on August 1920. He was the son of Henry Bukowski, a US soldier who was part of the post-World War I occupation force, and Katharina Fett, a German woman. His father, his wife and young "Henry Charles" returned to the United States in 1922...
9. Sam Melville Sam Melville Actor, The Thomas Crown Affair
10. Terry Nation Terry Nation Writer, Blakes 7 Before becoming a film script writer Terry was a prolific writer of UK TV scripts in both action and science fiction genre. His scripts are noted for their depth, i.e. they usually have many sub-plots as well as the main plot. As a writer on the Dr Who TV series he created the DALEKs, the mechanical monsters who plan universal domination...
11. Stan Brakhage Stan Brakhage Director, Window Water Baby Moving
12. Faye Emerson Faye Emerson Self, Men's Fashions: Steve Allen Synonymous with chic, the ever-fashionable Faye Emerson certainly qualified as one of the "first ladies" of TV glamor. Bedecked in sweeping, rather low-cut gowns and expensive, dangling jewelry, she was a highly poised and stylish presence on the small screen during its exciting "Golden Age". An enduring presence throughout the 1950s...
13. Eiko Matsuda Eiko Matsuda Actress, In the Realm of the Senses
14. Jeremy Silberston Jeremy Silberston Director, Brookside
15. Miroslava Miroslava Actress, The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz Born in the pre-war Prague, young Miroslava Sternova (or simply Miroslava, as she was known in her film career) was brought to Mexico by her parents in the late 30s, leaving her childhood, her native Czechoslovakia and her beloved grandma. After winning a beauty contest in Mexico City, Miroslava spent some time in Los Angeles studying acting...
16. Bob Crosby Bob Crosby Soundtrack, Raging Bull Bob Crosby was born on August 25, 1913 in Spokane, Washington, one of seven children born to Harry Lowe Crosby, a bookkeeper at a Tacoma brewery, and his wife, Kate Harrigan Crosby. Bob was 10 years younger than his brother Harry, who as Bing Crosby, achieved fame as the most popular singer of the first half of the 20th century...
17. Charles Brackett Charles Brackett Writer, Sunset Blvd. Charles Brackett, born in Saratoga Springs, New York, of Scottish ancestry, followed in his attorney-father's footsteps and graduated with a law degree from Harvard University in 1920. He practised law for several years, before commencing work as drama critic for The New Yorker (1925-29), in addition to submitting short stories to The Saturday Evening Post...
18. Olga Tschechowa Olga Tschechowa Actress, Bel Ami Olga Chekhova (also Olga Tschechova in German), one of the most popular stars of the silent film era, remained a mysterious person throughout her life and was accused of being a Russian agent in Nazi Germany. She was born Olga Konstantinovna von Knipper on April 26, 1897, in Aleksandropol, Transcaucasia...
19. Joy Mukherjee Joy Mukherjee Actor, Umeed
20. Diane Sommerfield Diane Sommerfield Actress, Days of Our Lives
21. Borden Chase Borden Chase Writer, Red River Prior to his career as a writer, Chase was employed as chauffeur for notorious prohibition-era gangster Frankie Yale -- until Yale was 'rubbed out' by Al Capone's mob in July 1928. Chase, then still going by the more prosaic name Frank Fowler, as well Yale's other regular driver, James Caponi...
22. Barney McFadden Barney McFadden Actor, Santa Barbara
23. K. Asif K. Asif Director, Mughal-E-Azam Asif was born Asif Karim in Etawah, Uttar Pradesh to Parents Dr. Fazal Karim and Bibi Ghulam Fatima. He was the youngest of his siblings with Sikander Begum, wife of versatile Actor/Director/Producer Nazir Ahmed Khan being the Eldest and Masood Karim, the first Muslim President of Sindh Club second in line...
24. Gene Patton Gene Patton Self, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
25. Dennis Bowen Dennis Bowen Actor, Caddyshack II
26. John Halloran John Halloran Actor, Angel and the Badman
27. Giancarlo Prete Giancarlo Prete Actor, Ladyhawke
28. Barbara Mullen Barbara Mullen Actress, Thunder Rock
29. Jean-Dominique Bauby Jean-Dominique Bauby Writer, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly French journalist and editor of Elle magazine. In 1995 a cerebrovascular accident (stroke)left him almost totally paralyzed and speechless, a rare condition called locked-in-syndrome. He could barely move his lips, utter a few grunts, and blink his left eyelid. He authored the book The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Le Scaphandre et Le Papillon)...
30. William Hayward William Hayward Producer, Easy Rider
31. Harold Baigent Harold Baigent Actor, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
32. Tonino Ricci Tonino Ricci Director, Il dito nella piaga
33. Chris LeDoux Chris LeDoux Soundtrack, Speed Angels
34. Clarissa Doll Clarissa Doll Actress, City of Flesh
35. Steve Sekely Steve Sekely Director, The Day of the Triffids
36. Peter Bergman Peter Bergman Writer, Americathon
37. Frank Wedekind Frank Wedekind Writer, Pandora's Box
38. Richard Stone Richard Stone Music Department, Platoon
39. Leonard Gershe Leonard Gershe Writer, Butterflies Are Free
40. Glenn Davis Glenn Davis Actor, The Spirit of West Point
41. Leopold von Sacher-Masoch Leopold von Sacher-Masoch Writer, Venus in Fur
42. John Profumo John Profumo Self, General Election
43. Alex Clarke Alex Clarke Actor, The Learning Tree
44. Margot Frank Margot Frank Uncategorised
45. Ruth C. Engel Ruth C. Engel Actress, Phantasm II
46. Abdurrahman Shala Abdurrahman Shala Actor, Before the Rain
47. Harry Stubbs Harry Stubbs Actor, The Invisible Man
48. Wells Root Wells Root Writer, Magnificent Obsession One of the founding members of the WGA, Wells had over sixty screenplays produced including The Getaway and The Man from Down Under.
49. Carl Mahakian Carl Mahakian Editorial Department, The Manchurian Candidate
50. Rosemary Sowby Rosemary Sowby Actress, Playboy of the Western World
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