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1. Alan Young Alan Young Actor, Mister Ed Alan Young was born in Northern England in 1919, but his Scots father moved the family to Edinburgh, Scotland, when Young was a toddler and then to Canada when Young was about 6 years old. As a boy, he suffered from severe asthma, which kept him bedridden for long periods of time but encouraged his love of radio...
2. Jacqueline Kennedy Jacqueline Kennedy Self, Primary Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was born on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, to Janet Norton (Lee) and John Vernou "Blackjack" Bouvier III, a stockbroker. Her sister Caroline Lee (aka Lee Radziwill) was born four years after her. Her mother was of Irish descent and her father had Irish, French, English, German, and Scottish ancestry...
3. Robert Webber Robert Webber Actor, 12 Angry Men Over his 40-year career as one of Hollywood's veteran character actors, Robert Webber always marked his spot by playing all types of roles and was not stereotyped into playing just one kind of character. Sometimes he even got to play a leading role (see Hysteria). Webber first started out in...
4. Ronald Colman Ronald Colman Actor, Lost Horizon British leading man of primarily American films, one of the great stars of the Golden Age. Raised in Ealing, the son of a successful silk merchant, he attended boarding school in Sussex, where he first discovered amateur theatre. He intended to attend Cambridge and become an engineer, but his father's death cost him the financial support necessary...
5. Henry Corden Henry Corden Actor, The New Tom & Jerry Show Henry Corden was born in Canada and raised in New York. He acted on the stage and in radio before he migrated to Hollywood in the mid-1940s, film-debuting in 1946 in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" with Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo and Boris Karloff; the sinister-looking Corden played villain Karloff's brutish henchman...
6. Henry Morgan Henry Morgan Self, I've Got a Secret
7. Candy Candido Candy Candido Actor, Peter Pan
8. Phyllis Avery Phyllis Avery Actress, The Ray Milland Show
9. Luana Walters Luana Walters Actress, The Corpse Vanishes Shapely film brunette Luana Walters was one of film western's more sensual prairie flowers during the late 30s and early 40s. She was certainly one of the more decorative distractions in between all those cowboy heroics displayed by her co-stars: Gene Autry, Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Charles Starrett and Bill Elliott...
10. John Beradino John Beradino Actor, Seven Men from Now Major league baseball player, 1939-52; military service 1942-45; played second base and shortstop for the St. Louis Browns, Cleveland Indians, and Pittsburgh Pirates; lifetime batting average .249
11. Carl Wright Carl Wright Actor, Big Momma's House
12. T.E. Lawrence T.E. Lawrence Writer, Lawrence of Arabia
13. Morley Safer Morley Safer Self, 60 Minutes Morley Safer was born on November 8, 1931 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He was an News Anchor known for 60 Minutes (1968). He played himself in Morning Glory (2010) and A Man Without a Country (2012). He was married to Jane Fearer. He died on May 19, 2016 in New York City, New York, USA.
14. Ben Corbett Ben Corbett Actor, Code of the Cactus
15. Carol Cole Carol Cole Actress, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
16. Alfredo Mayo Alfredo Mayo Actor, The Hunt Alfredo Mayo was born Alfredo Fernández Martínez in Barcelona in 1911, where his parents had been married. The family soon moved to Madrid and then to León where his father had been born. He started studying Medicine but after 3 years left it for a theatrical career, entering Ernesto Vilches company still in his teens...
17. Biff Manard Biff Manard Actor, Trancers
18. Marc Strange Marc Strange Writer, The Beachcombers
19. Charles Seabrook Charles Seabrook Camera and Electrical Department, Forrest Gump
20. Virginia Farmer Virginia Farmer Actress, Cyrano de Bergerac
21. Curley Myers Curley Myers Actor, The Three Stooges Show
22. Hale Hamilton Hale Hamilton Actor, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang
23. John Warner John Warner Actor, The Cruel Sea
24. Derek Ford Derek Ford Writer, A Study in Terror Derek Ford (born 6 September 1932 in Tilbury, Essex - died 19 May 1995) was a British film director and writer, most famous for exploitation films such as The Swappers, Keep It Up, Jack and Diversions, which was also filmed in a hardcore version. Ford began as a writer in collaboration with his brother Donald Ford (died 1991)...
25. Alister Williamson Alister Williamson Actor, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Alister Williamson (17 June 1918 - 19 May 1999) was an Australian-born character actor, who appeared in many British films and television series of the 1960s and 1970s. A big, craggy-faced man, he would usually be found playing gruff police inspectors or henchmen in adventure series and police dramas of the period...
26. Meng Hua Ho Meng Hua Ho Director, Goliathon
27. Carl Raddatz Carl Raddatz Actor, Rosemary
28. Ogden Nash Ogden Nash Writer, The Wizard of Oz
29. Perla Walter Perla Walter Actress, Perfect
30. Alexandre Astruc Alexandre Astruc Director, Shadows of Adultery Born in Paris on July 13th 1923, Alexandre Astruc is the son of a couple of journalists. Very good at school, he attended a preparatory school for Polytechnique but finally became both a law and an arts graduate. First a literary critic, he soon specialized as a film critic and worked for various papers and magazines such as "Combat"...
31. Freddie Garrity Freddie Garrity Self, Little Big Time
32. Huntington Hartford Huntington Hartford Miscellaneous Crew, Thunderball Huntington Hartford was born into one of America's wealthiest families. His two uncles and grandfather privately owned the A&P Supermarket the largest retail empire in the world with 16 thousand stores in America, a beloved American Company. He grew up America's golden boy idealized by a nation and was one of the world's richest men...
33. Jack Duffy Jack Duffy Actor, It's a Boy Girl Thing Jack Duffy was born in Montreal, Canada. He began his career as a singer and actor on CBC Radio at age 19. After this he joined a vocal group called the Bob-O-Links that toured America for two years with Tommy Dorsey's orchestra. Jack continued as a solo singer with Dorsey's band until 1950. In 1952...
34. Leola Mae Harmon Leola Mae Harmon Writer, Why Me? Leola and James Stallings divorced in 1972 after relocating to Des Moines, Iowa. Leola resumed nursing at Iowa Lutheran Hospital and Iowa Methodist School of Nursing, where she was a clinical instructor. She met Harold Swihart in 1981 and they were married in 1982. In 1998 they moved to Punta Gorda...
35. Bella Flores Bella Flores Actress, Missing in Action Bella Flores was born Remedios Papa Dancel in Sta Cruz, Manila. Her parents are Emilia Papa and Matias Dancel. She married Nestor Reyes, a detective police officer, with whom she has one child, Ruby Rose Arcilla, who lives presently in Las Vegas, U.S.A. Bella studied at the Cecilio Apostol Elementary School and Arellano High School...
36. Ray Rennahan Ray Rennahan Cinematographer, Laramie Ray Rennahan started working behind movie cameras from 1917. Early on, he had the foresight to recognise the potential for dramatically enhancing motion pictures by the application of colour cinematography. During the 1920's, he was regarded as a leading innovator in the development of the three-strip Technicolor process...
37. Nathaniel Hawthorne Nathaniel Hawthorne Writer, The Scarlet Letter
38. Carlo Monni Carlo Monni Actor, Non ci resta che piangere
39. Charles Ives Charles Ives Soundtrack, Run Lola Run
40. John Kelly John Kelly Actor, Tim Driscoll's Donkey
41. Ruth Packard Ruth Packard Actress, Singin' in the Rain
42. S. Rankin Drew S. Rankin Drew Actor, The Reward Silent film actor and director, son of Sidney Drew and his first wife, Mrs. Sidney Drew, and first cousin of actors John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, and Ethel Barrymore. Although his famous parents had hoped for him to choose another career than the theatre and sent him to military school, the draw of the family tradition was too strong...
43. Cynthia Songé Cynthia Songé Actress, Superman: Brainiac Attacks
44. Kathy Kirby Kathy Kirby Self, The Kathy Kirby Show Kathy achieved national prominence in the U.K. as a resident singer, on the British TV series, Stars and Garters. Signed to Decca records, she had several hit singles, scoring her first Top 20 smash hit with Dance On, a chart topper by the British Group, The Shadows from earlier that year. Kathy's version also topped the single charts in Australia...
45. Terry O. Morse Terry O. Morse Editor, Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
46. Irving Benson Irving Benson Self, The Last First Comic
47. Cook Cook Actor, Aquí no hay quien viva
48. Margaret Rawlings Margaret Rawlings Actress, Roman Holiday The daughter of a missionary in Japan, Margaret was educated at Oxford High School and Lady Margaret Hall, also in Oxford. She began her career with the Macdona Players, Bernard Shaw Rep., then Little Theatre, London and New York. She played many outstanding roles in West End and New York theatre.
49. Anthony Kimmins Anthony Kimmins Writer, Keep Fit British writer/director Anthony Kimmins was a naval officer in World War I, and after the war became a film actor and playwright. He wrote and directed several films for British comedian George Formby in the 1930s, but with the outbreak of World War II Kimmins rejoined the Royal Navy and spent the duration in the service...
50. Lloyd Vaughan Lloyd Vaughan Animation Department, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Though his primary ambition was to work for Walt Disney, he had obtained no formal qualifications from any art college. He thought himself already as too old (at the age of 26) to apply and when he finally did, his drawings were rejected. Moreover, he had lost the sight in his right eye before even starting his career as an animator...
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