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1. Sterling Hayden Sterling Hayden Actor, The Godfather Born to George & Frances Simonson Walter, and named Sterling Relyea Walter. Father died in 1925. Adopted by stepfather 'James Hayden' renamed Sterling Walter Hayden. Grew up in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., and Maine. Though very poor, attended prep school at Wassookeag School in Dexter...
2. Simon Monjack Simon Monjack Writer, Factory Girl Simon Monjack was born on March 9, 1970 in Hillingdo, Middlesex, England. Simon has been known mainly for dating and marrying the late film and television star Brittany Murphy. The two were wed on April 12, 2007. Brittany passed away on December 19, 2009 at the age of 32 at their Rising Glen estate in the Hollywood Hills...
3. Mona Freeman Mona Freeman Actress, The Heiress A professional model while still in high school, Mona Freeman was signed to a movie contract by Howard Hughes, who then proceeded to sell her contract to Paramount. Starting out in typical juvenile parts, she developed into a very competent actress. As she worked her way out of the teenage ingénue role...
4. Harry Townes Harry Townes Actor, The Four of Us Are Dying Harry Townes was born and died in Huntsville, Alabama, where he served as an ordained Episcopal priest. Aside from Huntsville and the priesthood, he had a distinguished, prolific, and quite long career as a character actor in movies and on television. He attended the University of Alabama in the 1930s...
5. Owen Hart Owen Hart Self, Hitman Hart: Wrestling with Shadows Owen Hart was one of twelve children from a legendary Canadian wrestling family. His brother Bret is also one of the most well known wrestlers of all time. Owen was one of the best wrestlers in the business and his major accomplishments include being the 1994 King of the Ring, former Intercontinental Champion(2)...
6. Tom Hennesy Tom Hennesy Actor, Big Jake Tom Hennesy began his movie and TV career as a Stuntman and Actor, while he was in college and playing football at USC. Hennesy played the title role in the classic Universal horror film "Revenge Of The Creature" (the sequel to the Creature From The Black Lagoon). Hennesy acted and performed stunts in numerous John Wayne and John Ford films...
7. Moms Mabley Moms Mabley Self, Killer Diller One the most successful entertainers of the Black vaudeville stage, also known as the Chitlin Circuit, was Jackie "Moms" Mabley, born Loretta Mary Aiken in 1894. At the apex of her long career, she was earning $10,000 a week at Harlem's Apollo Theatre. Mabley focused on conventional topics such as family and others not normally covered by comedians of the era...
8. Jean Yanne Jean Yanne Actor, Brotherhood of the Wolf
9. Philip Coolidge Philip Coolidge Actor, North by Northwest
10. James Millhollin James Millhollin Actor, The After Hours Thin, fidgety James Millholin made a career out of playing dyspeptic bureaucrats, nervous hotel clerks and other officious authority types. Somewhat reminiscent of Edward Everett Horton or Franklin Pangborn, Millhollin's pinched face, somewhat pop eyes and flighty mannerisms fit those roles like a glove, one...
11. Barbara Rudnik Barbara Rudnik Actress, Come Sweet Death Born 1958 in Wehbach an Der Sieg and raised in Kassel, Germany. After finishing Realschule (high school) she worked as book club agent. Her job led her to Munich, where she was discovered as an actress by students of the academy for film and theater. In 1978 she started her education in the Zinner film studio...
12. Michael Gottlieb Michael Gottlieb Director, Mannequin
13. Nydia Westman Nydia Westman Actress, Little Women Broadway actress, from 1920 onwards, who played light supporting roles, often as a jittery spinster, in Hollywood films throughout the sound era until her death.
14. James Burke James Burke Actor, The Maltese Falcon
15. Patrick Cargill Patrick Cargill Actor, Help! Best known for his appearances on British television in the comedy series Father Dear Father, Patrick Cargill was also a distinguished stage actor and a brilliant farceur. His immaculate timing was known throughout the profession to the point that when directors where casting a certain type of leading role they would refer to it as a "Patrick Cargill part"...
16. Henrik Ibsen Henrik Ibsen Writer, A Doll's House Henrik Ibsen was born on March 20th in Stockmannsgerden in Skien. His mother was Marichen and his father was Knud, a merchant. On 1835 his father gave up his business and the family moved to Venstop, a farm in Gjerpen. In 1843 he confirmed in Gjerpen church and left home in order to apprentice to Jens Aarup Reinmann...
17. George Bruns George Bruns Composer, Robin Hood Born in Oregon in 1914, George Bruns was the son of a sawmill worker. He took music lessons as a child, becoming proficient on the piano, tuba and trombone. He attended Oregon State Agricultural College, and in order to pay tuition he played in the ROTC band. Deciding on a musical career, he left college to be a full-time musician, and was soon playing with the likes of Jack Teagarden...
18. William Keene William Keene Actor, Days of Our Lives
19. Joe Nakashima Joe Nakashima Actor, 50 First Dates
20. Elliot Rodger Elliot Rodger Thanks, Oh My God
21. Heinrich Himmler Heinrich Himmler Self, Triumph of the Will Born in 1900, Heinrich Himmler was the godson of a Bavarian prince and became an officer cadet during the First World War. Never actually seeing combat, Himmler was discharged at the war's end and went to a technical college, where he majored in agriculture. During the turbulent years of the 1920s in which Germany's economy had been destroyed...
22. Fred Guiol Fred Guiol Writer, Giant
23. Dorothy Spencer Dorothy Spencer Editor, Stagecoach Four-time Oscar nominee Dorothy Spencer was one of the versatile stalwarts of the Hollywood studio system. She began her career as a cutter with Fox and subsequently enjoyed a close collaboration with the independent producer Walter Wanger at Paramount (1936) and United Artists (1937-41). Her longest career spell was at 20th Century Fox...
24. Michele Fawdon Michele Fawdon Actress, Cathy's Child Michele was born in Essex, London in 1947, She started her acting career aged just 12. She had 40 years experience in the acting profession and is best known in Australia for her work on television. Michelle appeared in television series The Flying Doctors, GP and A Country Practice and more recently in City Homicide and Blue Heelers...
25. Folco Lulli Folco Lulli Actor, The Wages of Fear
26. Trudy Marshall Trudy Marshall Actress, The Sullivans
27. John D. Rockefeller John D. Rockefeller Self, Freakonomics
28. Mary Lanier Mary Lanier Actress, Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me
29. Lita Chevret Lita Chevret Actress, The Fatal Hour A lithe, brunette actress and photographer's model, Lita Chevret began promisingly enough at the very beginning of talking pictures. Her parents, already established in show business, helped along by paying for her dancing tuition. By the age of twenty, she worked as a professional dancer and show girl...
30. Óscar Pulido Óscar Pulido Actor, School for Tramps
31. Elliott Lewis Elliott Lewis Producer, Everybody Wants to Be a Writer Elliott Lewis first made his mark as an actor, writer, producer and director on radio in the late 1930's. His voice was also heard on Gordon Jenkins' classic recording of "Manhattan Tower" on Decca Records in 1945. In contrast to his prodigious radio career, in which he worked either alone or in tandem with his first wife...
32. Albert Carrier Albert Carrier Actor, Scarface
33. Ljubica Adzovic Ljubica Adzovic Actress, Black Cat, White Cat
34. Athena Lorde Athena Lorde Actress, The Pink Panther Show Stage, film, radio and television actress, a student at Columbia University and a member of the American Theatre Wing. She appeared on radio's "The March of Time", "Gangbusters", "Young Widder Brown" and "I Love a Mystery" and other radio series and programs, including one with Laurence Olivier in "Disraeli"...
35. Bonnie Parker Bonnie Parker Uncategorised
36. Russell Custer Russell Custer Actor, The Man Who Could Read Minds
37. Ebbe Rode Ebbe Rode Actor, Gertrud
38. Frances E. Nealy Frances E. Nealy Actress, Ghostbusters
39. Fletcher Markle Fletcher Markle Director, Studio One in Hollywood
40. Clyde Barrow Clyde Barrow Uncategorised
41. Kenyon Emrys-Roberts Kenyon Emrys-Roberts Composer, Count Dracula
42. Philson Ahn Philson Ahn Actor, Buck Rogers
43. Richard Day Richard Day Art Director, On the Waterfront Richard Day's film career began in 1918 when director Erich von Stroheim hired him as a set decorator. His work so impressed von Stroheim that the director kept Day as a set decorator, then an art director, and costume designer on many of his productions. Day left von Stroheim and struck out on his own in the '30s...
44. Joel Lawrence Joel Lawrence Actor, Roadracers
45. Jimmy McHugh Jimmy McHugh Soundtrack, The Green Mile
46. Peter Pasetti Peter Pasetti Actor, Spätere Heirat erwünscht oder Pallü ist ein Spiel
47. Lucina Paquet Lucina Paquet Actress, Groundhog Day
48. Michèle Cordoue Michèle Cordoue Actress, The Proud and the Beautiful
49. Joe Lesniewski Joe Lesniewski Self, Band of Brothers
50. Kei Kumai Kei Kumai Director, The Sea Is Watching
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