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1. John Forsythe John Forsythe Actor, Charlie's Angels John Forysthe was born Jacob Lincoln Freund in Penns Grove, New Jersey, the son of Blanche Materson (Blohm) and Samuel Jeremiah Freund, a Wall Street businessman. He chose to pursue acting over the objections of his father. He did some work in radio soaps and on Broadway before signing a movie contract with Warner Bros...
2. Carrie Snodgress Carrie Snodgress Actress, Pale Rider A student of Northern Illinois University, Carrie switched to drama at Chicago's Goodman Theatre School where she won the Sarah Siddons Award as outstanding graduate. After graduating, Carrie worked in Television and also appeared in Television movies. She made her big screen debut in Rabbit, Run...
3. Barbara Luddy Barbara Luddy Actress, Sleeping Beauty
4. Leslie Cheung Leslie Cheung Actor, Farewell My Concubine Leslie Cheung was the youngest of 10 children. His father was tailor to the late William Holden. Leslie's parents divorced when he was young, and he claims this is one reason for his disinterest in marriage. Following graduation from secondary school, he studied at Leeds University in Great Britain...
5. Noah Beery Noah Beery Actor, She Done Him Wrong Respected character actor of the silent and early sound period, specializing in cruel villains. The son of Kansas City policeman Noah Webster Beery and Frances Margaret Fitzgerald Beery, Noah Nicholas Beery and his younger brother Wallace Beery both left home in their teens, each seeking a career as a performer...
6. Marvin Gaye Marvin Gaye Soundtrack, Se7en
7. Gene Evans Gene Evans Actor, Shock Corridor Gene Evans was born in Holbrook, Arizona, on July 11, 1922, and was raised in Colton, California. He served in the Army during World War II as a combat engineer, and was awarded the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star for bravery in action. He began his acting career there, performing in a theatrical troupe of GIs in Europe...
8. Lucille Norman Lucille Norman Actress, Carson City Lucille Norman was a professional singer first and then transfered over to films in mostly second female leads except with "Randolph Scott" in "Carson City" in 1952 where she played his leading lady. Soon after she retired from movies and later in life she became the companion and part-owner/saleswoman of "Charles Crenshaw Piano Store" in Burbank, California.
9. Shain Gandee Shain Gandee Actor, F**k the Neighborhood
10. Jim Jordan Jim Jordan Actor, The Rescuers
11. Booker Bradshaw Booker Bradshaw Actor, Coffy Bradshaw, disillusioned and working at his Father's Life Insurance Company, applied his singing talents on the "Ted Mack Family Hour" (1951). After this he studied at Harvard to earn a degree in English. At Harvard he met Joan Baez and played at Carnegie Hall, he also honed his acting skills at Harvard...
12. Jean Anderson Jean Anderson Actress, The Little Kidnappers Gaunt Sussex-born actress of Scottish descent whose dignified manner and plain, but expressive features qualified her for a wide range of character parts, from austere nurses and long-suffering mothers to overbearing dowagers and nosy gossips; from meddlesome chaperones to authoritarian aunts and intransigent spinsters...
13. Lou Perryman Lou Perryman Actor, Poltergeist Excellent and engaging Texas-born character actor Lou Perryman never became a household name, but he still nonetheless proved to be a substantial and delightful asset to the handful of movies he appeared in throughout the years. Perryman first became involved in the film business back in 1961 while on leave from the US Army...
14. Jerry Hausner Jerry Hausner Actor, Paths of Glory
15. Jack Pepper Jack Pepper Actor, After the Show Edward Jackson "Jack" (Cul) Pepper was a vaudevillian actor and buddies with Bob Hope, occasionally traveling overseas with him to entertain the troops and appearing on his TV specials. He had a vaudeville show with his sisters, Helen and Winnie Mae, called "Salt and Pepper". While married to Ginger Rogers...
16. Jamaa Fanaka Jamaa Fanaka Director, Penitentiary
17. Miguel Ángel Suárez Miguel Ángel Suárez Actor, Bananas
18. Pedro Infante Jr. Pedro Infante Jr. Actor, La noche del Ku-Klux-Klan
19. Christopher Cary Christopher Cary Actor, Watchers
20. Buddy Gorman Buddy Gorman Actor, Mr. Muggs Rides Again When Buddy retired from the films, he and his wife opened a novelty store called "Fun 'n Stuff." They sold magic supplies and gag gifts. Their store was originally located in the Los Angeles Mission district; then in Riverside, California. They sold the business ca. 1995.
21. Jolie Gabor Jolie Gabor Self, The People vs. Zsa Zsa Gabor
22. Stephen Chase Stephen Chase Actor, The Blob
23. Barry Robins Barry Robins Actor, Bless the Beasts & Children Brooklyn born US actor who attained minor cult status through his portrayal of troubled teenager "Cotton" leading a group of other teen misfits to release caged buffalo's earmarked for shooting in the film Bless the Beasts & Children based upon the Glendon Swarthout novel of the same name. His other work was restricted to a handful of appearances in several TV shows and telemovies...
24. Philip Amelio Philip Amelio Actor, Born on the Fourth of July Born on November 3rd, 1977 in Sharon, Connecticut, Philip John Amelio II was the eldest of Diana and John Amelio's four children. After moving to Pine Plains, New York, he first received a taste for acting when cast in a Pepperidge Farm commercial at the tender age of four. This would be the beginning...
25. Jean-Yves Escoffier Jean-Yves Escoffier Cinematographer, Good Will Hunting
26. Lynne Roberts Lynne Roberts Actress, Rough Riders' Round-up Attractive, blue-eyed, Texas-born "B" actress Lynn Roberts was born Theda Mae Roberts on November 22, 1922, to a stage mother whose favorite star was silent screen vamp Theda Bara. The younger of two children (her older brother John was born in 1920), she was dancing by age 4, and singing and acting at a professional school...
27. Fred McDougall Fred McDougall Actor, Long Hours, Short Pay
28. Constance Purdy Constance Purdy Actress, Double Up
29. Rose Michtom Rose Michtom Actress, The Fortune
30. Ken Evert Ken Evert Actor, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
31. Kim Kataine Kim Kataine Actress, New Wave Hookers 5 A blonde, blue-eyed beauty, Pennsylvania-born Kim Kitaine was raised in a very strict household, her father being a state trooper. Unwilling to live by her family's rules, she left home on her 18th birthday and moved to New York, where her stunning good looks soon landed her a job as a stripper. While dancing in one of New York's top clubs she met porn actress Lauren Brice...
32. Harald Juhnke Harald Juhnke Actor, Der Trinker
33. Mason Curry Mason Curry Actor, Magazine Writer
34. Martha Graham Martha Graham Self, Night Journey American dancer and choreographer Martha Graham was a revolutionary artist of modern dance in the early 20th century. Born in Allegheny, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in May 1894, her family moved to California when she was 10. She was inspired at that early age to become a dancer when she saw Ruth St. Denis perform her exotic "Epytia" modern dance in 1914...
35. Scott Joplin Scott Joplin Soundtrack, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Scott Joplin was a black American composer and pianist known as the "King of Ragtime" at the turn of the 20th century. Studying piano with teachers near his childhood home, Joplin traveled through the Midwest from the mid-1880s, performing at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. Settling in Sedalia...
36. Char Fontane Char Fontane Actress, The Night the Bridge Fell Down
37. Harry Carter Harry Carter Actor, Lure of the Wilderness "Harry Carter" mostly worked as a contractual film player at 20th Century-Fox Studios from 1942 to 1961. He appeared in many of "Richard Widmark's" films. They were close during their tenure together making motion pictures.
38. Larry Tucker Larry Tucker Writer, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
39. May Beatty May Beatty Actress, Pride and Prejudice
40. Danny Zapien Danny Zapien Actor, Chastity
41. Salem Ludwig Salem Ludwig Actor, The Savages
42. Margaret McWade Margaret McWade Actress, The Lost World Margaret McWade born in Illinois in 1872, vaudeville theatre from the 1890's met actress Margaret Seddon together they teamed up in a double act billed as the 'Pixilated Sisters'. she later appeared most often as spinsters or mothers in many films, first under contract to the Edison Film Company under the direction of Ashley Miller with 'The Drama of Heyville' starring Marc McDermott in 1914...
43. William D. Russell William D. Russell Director, The Case of the Restless Redhead
44. Floyd Simmons Floyd Simmons Actor, South Pacific Floyd "Chunk" Simmons served as a member of the 10th Mountain Division in World War II and was awarded the Purple Heart and Battle Stars. He is a two-time Olympic Bronze Medal Decathlete for the 1948 London Games and the 1952 Helsinki Games. The Gold Medalist both years was fellow American, Bob Mathias...
45. Ferenc Molnár Ferenc Molnár Writer, One, Two, Three
46. Michael Peake Michael Peake Actor, The Gorgon
47. Alden Gay Alden Gay Actress, The Big Bluff
48. Karin Petersen Karin Petersen Actress, La dame de Monsoreau
49. Ekrem Bora Ekrem Bora Actor, The Soft Flesh
50. Luis Beristáin Luis Beristáin Actor, The Exterminating Angel
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