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1. Sydney Pollack Sydney Pollack Director, Tootsie Sydney Pollack was an Academy Award-winning director, producer, actor, writer and public figure, who directed and produced over 40 films. Sydney Irwin Pollack was born July 1, 1934 in Lafayette, Indiana, USA, to Rebecca (Miller), a homemaker, and David Pollack, a professional boxer turned pharmacist...
2. Eddie Albert Eddie Albert Actor, The Longest Day Eddie Albert's television career is the earliest of any other performer. It began years before electronic television was introduced to the public. In June of 1936 Eddie appeared in RCA/NBC's first private live performance for their radio licensees in New York City. This was very early experimental all electronic television system...
3. Anne Haney Anne Haney Actress, Liar Liar Anne Haney held prominent roles acting on stage, on the screen, and on TV. All these achievements came in her mid 40s, after she had raised a daughter and buried a husband. It wasn't until after she had packed her daughter off to college and "the maid quit", as she said, that she decided to try her hand at acting...
4. George Brent George Brent Actor, Dark Victory The favorite leading man of star actress Bette Davis, was born George Brendan Nolan, near Dublin, and became an orphan at the tender age of eleven. For a while, he stayed with an aunt in New York, but returned to Ireland to study at the University of Dublin. After leaving university in 1919, George became a courier for Sinn Fein leader Michael Collins...
5. Patricia Stevens Patricia Stevens Actress, Crimes of Passion
6. Art Linkletter Art Linkletter Self, The Linkletter Show
7. George E. Stone George E. Stone Actor, Some Like It Hot A minor prototype of the "Runyon-esque" character for more than three decades, Polish-born actor George E. Stone (né George Stein) was in actuality a close friend of writer Damon Runyon and would play a host of colorful "dees, dem and dos" cronies throughout the 1920s, '30s, and '40s. With great names such as Johnnie the Shiek...
8. Burr DeBenning Burr DeBenning Actor, A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
9. Angela Paton Angela Paton Actress, Groundhog Day Paton was described as a "natural comic" and one of the "legends of the local stage" of San Francisco. She is a veteran of the American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.), and also one of A.C.T.'s leading actresses in its first few seasons. After leaving A.C.T. in the early 1970s, Paton and her husband founded and ran the Berkeley Stage Company for a number of years...
10. Sharon Lynn Sharon Lynn Actress, Way Out West Brunette, petite Sharon Lynne was born D'Auvergne Sharon Lindsay in Weatherford, Texas. A former beauty contest winner, she began in show business as a nightclub singer and songwriter. Possessed of a strong, bluesy voice, she drifted towards the musical stage, eventually appearing in both the Broadway and screen versions of the musical Sunnyside Up...
11. Gunnar Björnstrand Gunnar Björnstrand Actor, The Seventh Seal Being the son of an acting father, Oscar Johanson, it isn't surprising that he wanted to be an actor already as a child. However, he first worked as a baker's apprentice, in a barber shop or in the docks. After the conscription he got his first role, a bit part on the theater Lilla Teatern in Stockholm...
12. Gian-Carlo Coppola Gian-Carlo Coppola Actor, Apocalypse Now
13. Ajita Wilson Ajita Wilson Actress, Hellhole Women Ajita Wilson was a transsexual actress who started out as an entertainer in the red-light district of New York. Wilson had sex reassignment surgery in the mid-1970s. After the operation she started appearing in adult films in New York. Then she was discovered by a European hardcore film producer who got her roles in various French and Italian films of hardcore nature...
14. Vicente Aranda Vicente Aranda Director, Libertarias
15. Kathryn Minner Kathryn Minner Actress, Blackbeard's Ghost
16. Friz Freleng Friz Freleng Director, The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour Friz Freleng was born Isadore Freleng on August 21, 1906 in Kansas City, Missouri. With no formal training in drawing, his first job as an animator was with United Film Advancement Services in 1924 at the age of 17. The first work Friz is credited with was for Disney Studios where he worked as an animator on the "Alice" series in 1927...
17. Tony Azito Tony Azito Actor, The Addams Family
18. Judy Lynn Judy Lynn Self, Sing It Again
19. Sô Yamamura Sô Yamamura Actor, Tora! Tora! Tora!
20. Toni Bertorelli Toni Bertorelli Actor, The Passion of the Christ
21. Claudio Caligari Claudio Caligari Director, Non essere cattivo
22. Harold Hecht Harold Hecht Producer, Marty Hecht won the Academy Award for Best Picture ("Marty") in 1956 and produced the box office hits "Vera Cruz" and "Trapeze," the cult classic "Sweet Smell of Success," the award-winning "Separate Tables" and "Birdman of Alcatraz" and the wildly popular Western comedy, "Cat Ballou". He was a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and the Screen Producers Guild...
23. Richard Rober Richard Rober Actor, Father's Little Dividend
24. Jim Boles Jim Boles Actor, A Big Hand for the Little Lady
25. Anna Berger Anna Berger Actress, Deep Cover
26. Bert Madrid Bert Madrid Actor, Black Sunday
27. Earle Hagen Earle Hagen Composer, The Dick Van Dyke Show
28. Jack Kenny Jack Kenny Actor, Beauty and Bullets
29. Eugène Lourié Eugène Lourié Art Director, Kung Fu Russian-born French art director and director who gained a significant reputation, particularly as a collaborator with director Jean Renoir. At the age of sixteen, Lourié went to Paris where he studied painting and stage design. He designed sets and costumes for various ballet companies before turning his attention to film...
30. Don Castle Don Castle Producer, Lassie The fresh-faced appeal and promising talent of darkly handsome "B" actor Don Castle was evident from the late 30s into the 40s, but it wasn't enough for him to reach topgrade stardom. Born Marion Goodman, Jr. in Beaumont Texas in 1918 and raised in Houston, Don enrolled at the University of Texas before heading West to California to try his luck in acting...
31. John Longden John Longden Actor, Blackmail
32. Bokuzen Hidari Bokuzen Hidari Actor, Seven Samurai
33. Ric Mancini Ric Mancini Actor, General Hospital
34. Peggy Ann Clifford Peggy Ann Clifford Actress, Kind Hearts and Coronets
35. Jean Constantin Jean Constantin Actor, Nea Mãrin miliardar
36. Niela Goodelle Niela Goodelle Actress, Air Parade
37. Edmond T. Gréville Edmond T. Gréville Director, The Hands of Orlac
38. Joseph MacDonald Joseph MacDonald Cinematographer, The Sand Pebbles Versatile Mexico City-born cinematographer, who worked equally well with black-and-white and with colour film, and in every genre from film noir, to westerns, to musicals. Joe MacDonald served a lengthy apprenticeship, starting as assistant cameraman in the early 1920's, finally graduating to first camera operator by the beginning of the following decade...
39. Armand Weston Armand Weston Director, The Nesting
40. Dianne Galke Dianne Galke Actress, Play Only with Me
41. Samuel A. Taylor Samuel A. Taylor Writer, Sabrina
42. Michael Ross Michael Ross Writer, Three's Company
43. Rafael López Somoza Rafael López Somoza Actor, ¡¡Se armó el belén!!
44. Jim Carmichael Jim Carmichael Animation Department, Pantry Pirate
45. Ray June Ray June Cinematographer, Funny Face Ray June was a seventeen year old young man when the great silent director Theodore Wharton and the (Chicago based) Essanay Film Company came to Ithaca, New York to film a football inspired film on the Cornell University Campus. Wharton, enthralled with the area and its people came back the following year and set up Essanay's East Coast Studio to make pics with Francis X...
46. Harry Edwards Harry Edwards Director, Carry Harry
47. George Greeley George Greeley Music Department, My Favorite Martian Greeley was born Georgio Guariglia in Westerly, Rhode Island on 23 July 1917. His father, James, had three music schools, and a traveling orchestra. Georgio was taught to read music at an early age and was playing piano and mandolin when he was five years old. He studied music at Columbia University...
48. Jimmie Rodgers Jimmie Rodgers Soundtrack, O Brother, Where Art Thou? Jimmie Rodgers considered by many to be the father of Country Music began his career with the railroad at the age of fourteen following in his father, Aaron's footsteps. In 1911, he went to work as a brakeman but had to cut his railroading career short because of contracting consumption in 1924. The following year he entered show business as a black face singer & banjo player...
49. Roy Regnier Roy Regnier Actor, Ace in the Hole
50. Eriprando Visconti Eriprando Visconti Writer, Oedipus orca
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