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1. Jill Ireland Jill Ireland Actress, Death Wish II Jill Ireland was an Anglo-American actress best-known for her appearance as "Leila Kalomi", the only woman Mr. Spock ever loved (in the Star Trek episode, This Side of Paradise) and for her many supporting roles in the movies of Charles Bronson, her second husband. She is also known for her battle with breast cancer...
2. Elizabeth Montgomery Elizabeth Montgomery Actress, The Legend of Lizzie Borden Elizabeth Montgomery was born into show business. Her parents were screen actor Robert Montgomery and Broadway actress Elizabeth Allen. Elizabeth graduated from the Spence School in New York City and attended the Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. After three years intensive training, she made her...
3. Alexander Godunov Alexander Godunov Actor, Die Hard He was born on Sakhalin Island at the far eastern end of the former Soviet Union and began studying dance at age 9 in the Riga State Ballet School. He later said his mother put him there to prevent his becoming "a hooligan". One of his classmates and friends at the school was Mikhail Baryshnikov. After graduating he toured with the Moscow Classical Ballet...
4. Elisha Cook Jr. Elisha Cook Jr. Actor, Rosemary's Baby One of the most familiar character actors of the mid-twentieth century, small-statured Elisha Cook Jr. would be a Hollywood immortal if only for his roles in The Maltese Falcon and Shane. He attended St. Albans College and the Chicago Academy of Dramatic Art, and made his stage debut at age fourteen...
5. Steve Forrest Steve Forrest Actor, Spies Like Us A ruggedly handsome action man of the 1960s and '70s, Steve Forrest was born William Forrest Andrews in Huntsville, Texas, the youngest of thirteen children of Annis (Speed) and Charles Forrest Andrews, a Baptist minister. His brother was actor Dana Andrews. Forrest began his screen career as a small part contract player with MGM...
6. Arthur Malet Arthur Malet Actor, Halloween
7. Wayne Allwine Wayne Allwine Actor, Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers
8. Gordon Willis Gordon Willis Cinematographer, The Godfather
9. Marshall Thompson Marshall Thompson Actor, Battleground Although he geared himself up for major film stardom throughout the 1950s, it took a leading role on a 1960s TV series opposite a lion and chimpanzee to make Marshall Thompson a genuine household name. Born on November 27, 1925, and named James Marshall Thompson after an ancestor, a famed Supreme Court justice...
10. Arthur O'Connell Arthur O'Connell Actor, Anatomy of a Murder Though veteran character actor Arthur O'Connell was born in New York City in 1908, he looked as countrified as apple pie, looking ever more comfy in overalls than he ever did in a suit. He made his stage debut in the mid 1930s and came into contact with Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre. As a result, he earned the bit role of a reporter in the final scenes of Citizen Kane (1941)...
11. Bridgette Andersen Bridgette Andersen Actress, Savannah Smiles Bridgette Andersen was born on July 11, 1975 to Frank Glass and Teresa Andersen in Inglewood, California and grew up in Malibu. She always considered it good luck to have her birthday read as 7-11 instead of July 11th. One thing unique about her she would always kiss the first two fingers on her right hand and then touch any digital clock that read 7:11...
12. Richard Hale Richard Hale Actor, To Kill a Mockingbird
13. Daws Butler Daws Butler Actor, The Cat in the Hat Daws Butler spent the greater part of his career as one of the premier voice-over actors in Hollywood- providing the voices for such well- known characters as Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick-Draw McGraw, Snagglepuss, Jinks the cat, Dixie the mouse, Augie Doggie, Peter Potamus, Wally Gator, Hokey Wolf...
14. Aleksey Balabanov Aleksey Balabanov Director, Brother
15. Lincoln Kilpatrick Lincoln Kilpatrick Actor, Soylent Green Lincoln Kilpatrick was born on February 12, 1932 in St. Louis, Missouri. He was encouraged to pursue an acting career by legendary blues singer Billie Holiday. Kilpatrick earned a degree in drama from Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri and got his first big break acting alongside Sidney...
16. William Saroyan William Saroyan Writer, The Banishment The Oscar winner and Pulitzer Prize recipient William Saroyan, who gained world fame with his classic book "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze" (1934), was born in California to Armenak and Takoohi Saroyan, Armenian refugees from the Turkish Ottoman Empire which perpetrated the Armenian genocide...
17. Gordon Wharmby Gordon Wharmby Actor, Potts in Pole Position
18. Joseph Pevney Joseph Pevney Director, The City on the Edge of Forever
19. Gustav Mahler Gustav Mahler Soundtrack, Shutter Island Gustav Mahler is largely considered one of the most talented symphonic composers of the late 19th Century and early 20th Century. His musical output comprised mainly of symphonic and song cycles requiring mammoth orchestras and often choruses. Sadly, Mahler never experienced popularity as a composer during his lifetime...
20. Henry O'Neill Henry O'Neill Actor, Jezebel Suave, well-mannered, silvery-haired character actor Henry O'Neill played top supports in hundreds of films, often as a benign, wise, sensible father, judge, doctor, executive or lawyer. Most of his uppercrust career was split between two studios: Warner Bros in the 1930s and MGM in the 1940s. O'Neill was born in New Jersey in 1891 and dropped out of college to join a traveling theatre troupe...
21. Claude Johnson Claude Johnson Actor, Papa's Delicate Condition
22. Skip Stephenson Skip Stephenson Self, Real People Skip's first full time media job was as the night jock at KCOW-AM radio in Alliance, Nebraska in 1959. He came to western Nebraska at the age of 19 after a year of college at Omaha University (now the University of Nebraska - Omaha). A friend of his brother's had arranged the job.
23. Ian Curtis Ian Curtis Soundtrack, Heat Ian Curtis was born in Old Trafford, Manchester, at the Memorial Hospital. He grew up listening to The Who and The Rolling Stones, and other heroes of his teenage years included David Bowie, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, and James Dean. He especially liked musicians whose lyrics spoke of death...
24. Tina Russell Tina Russell Actress, Deep Throat Part II Tina Russell was born Linda Marie Mintzer on Sept. 23, 1948, in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, to John H. and Margaret Ditzler Mintzer. She grew up in Williamsport and graduated from high school there in 1966. Her senior photo shows a mature brunette with a "Laura Petrie" hairstyle, looking more like a future nurse than a porn star...
25. Davey Boy Smith Davey Boy Smith Self, Royal Rumble
26. Anthony Forwood Anthony Forwood Actor, Knights of the Round Table
27. Herb Muller Herb Muller Actor, The Sandlot
28. Claramae Turner Claramae Turner Actress, Carousel
29. Alex Gerry Alex Gerry Actor, Funny Face
30. Gavin Packard Gavin Packard Actor, Season
31. Sidney Franklin Sidney Franklin Director, The Good Earth Sidney Franklin was involved in amateur filmmaking while still at school. With his brother Chester M. Franklin, he wrote, directed and edited a short film, The Baby, at a cost of $400. Somehow it attracted the interest of D.W. Griffith, who decided to put the brothers to work making children's films for the Triangle Film Corporation...
32. Paul O'Sullivan Paul O'Sullivan Actor, It Takes Two Paul O' Sullivan could be considered a close friend to Television comedy and Theatre in Canada and the United States. He graduated from Toronto's George Brown College Theatre Arts Program in the mid Eighties and later received his background in the art of Improv at Toronto's Second City, for which he still works with frequently and in the past has appeared and directed many shows with...
33. Lucile Gleason Lucile Gleason Actress, The Clock
34. Frank McGlynn Sr. Frank McGlynn Sr. Actor, Captain Blood Gaunt-looking US character actor, best remembered for his many portrayals in 30's and 40's historical films of US President (1861-65) Abraham Lincoln.
35. Doris Rich Doris Rich Actress, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
36. Bill Bigelow Bill Bigelow Actor, Forty Feet High and It Kills!
37. Ann Codee Ann Codee Actress, Can-Can
38. Robert Harris Robert Harris Actor, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
39. Sabine Sinjen Sabine Sinjen Actress, It
40. Betty Alberge Betty Alberge Actress, Depressed
41. Christopher Gore Christopher Gore Writer, Fame
42. Walter Kohut Walter Kohut Actor, A Bridge Too Far
43. Maurice Noble Maurice Noble Animation Department, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
44. Luc Leestemaker Luc Leestemaker Actor, Little Ghost
45. Edwina Booth Edwina Booth Actress, Trader Horn American leading actress of the early talkie period, whose ordeal during the production of Trader Horn led her retirement and to false rumors of her death. She had some brief stage experience before getting some unimportant film roles. She was given a leading role in the ambitious adventure film Trader Horn and travelled to Africa shoot the film...
46. Ludwig Berger Ludwig Berger Director, The Thief of Bagdad
47. John William Sublett John William Sublett Actor, Cabin in the Sky
48. Weldon Heyburn Weldon Heyburn Actor, The 13th Man
49. Julio De Grazia Julio De Grazia Actor, Time for Revenge
50. Dorothy Ruth Pirone Dorothy Ruth Pirone Uncategorised
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