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1. Dom DeLuise Dom DeLuise Actor, All Dogs Go to Heaven As might be said for the late and great comedians Harvey Korman and Madeline Kahn, it seems that Mel Brooks was the only director on the planet who knew how to best utilize this funnyman's talents on film. Brooks once quipped that, whenever he hired Dom DeLuise for one of his films, he would...
2. Moe Howard Moe Howard Actor, Punch Drunks Moe Howard, the "Boss Stooge" and brother of Stooges Curly Howard and Shemp Howard, began his acting career in 1909 by playing bit roles in silent Vitagraph films. At 17 he joined a troupe working on a showboat and also appeared in several two-reel comedy shorts. In 1922 he, brother Shemp and Larry Fine joined roughhouse vaudeville comic Ted Healy...
3. Diana Dors Diana Dors Actress, Blonde Sinner Diana Dors was born Diana Mary Fluck on October 23, 1931 in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. She and her mother both nearly died from the traumatic birth. Because of the trauma, her mother lavished on Diana anything and everything she wanted--clothes, toys and dance lessons were the order of the day. Diana's love of films began when her mother took her to the local movies theaters...
4. Michael Taliferro Michael Taliferro Actor, Bad Boys
5. Adam Yauch Adam Yauch Soundtrack, Star Trek Adam Yauch was born in New York on August 5, 1964. He formed the Beastie Boys with Mike D in 1981. They soon added Adam Horovitz to the group and went on to open for Madonna on her famous "Like a Virgin" tour. The Beastie Boys gained huge success with numerous genius albums and tours...
6. Alvy Moore Alvy Moore Actor, A Boy and His Dog Comic light actor in U.S. films and TV. Born in Vincennes and raised in Terre Haute, IN, Moore studied drama at Indiana State Teachers College before serving in the Marines in WWII. He had a tough time breaking into movies, although he performed in local and regional live theatre. He finally found his niche in television...
7. Todd Starke Todd Starke Actor, The Father-Son Weekend
8. Cathryn Damon Cathryn Damon Actress, She's Having a Baby
9. Mary Murphy Mary Murphy Actress, The Wild One This actress' two-decade career produced only one single stand-out film role but that one role as the "good girl" who redeems "bad boy" Marlon Brando's tough biker in the cult flick The Wild One put Mary Murphy at the head of the acting class for one brief shining moment. In others, she proved a lovely distraction amid the male action surrounding her and also...
10. Sada Thompson Sada Thompson Actress, Indictment: The McMartin Trial Renowned and highly respected actress Sada Thompson has earned critical acclaim both on stage and TV for her noble, strong-minded matrons, but her more challenging and compelling work has come when her characters have displayed darker, more neurotic tones. Born in Des Moines, Iowa, she was the eldest of three children of magazine editor Hugh Woodruff Thompson and his wife Corlyss Gibson...
11. Bonnie Lee Bakley Bonnie Lee Bakley Actress, Radio Days
12. Harry Earles Harry Earles Actor, Freaks Harry/Kurt (stage name/real name) came over to the U.S. from Germany around 1915 with his sister, Grace/Freida. Once they arrived, they worked for a man named Earles, at which time they adopted his last name. in the early 1920's, their sister Daisy/Hilda joined them and in the mid- to late- 1920's, their sister Tiny/Elly arrived...
13. Mario Machado Mario Machado Actor, RoboCop 2 Mario Machado has been a fixture of television, film, and radio for over thirty years, and as a news anchor, reporter, narrator, actor, commentator, and producer, he has worked in virtually all aspects of broadcasting. Born in Shanghai, China of both Chinese and Portuguese ancestry, Mario made television history when...
14. Jack Coogan Sr. Jack Coogan Sr. Actor, The Hayseed
15. Katie Johnson Katie Johnson Actress, The Ladykillers British character actress, on stage from 1894. Her many notable theatrical appearances include "Little Lord Fauntleroy" at the Prince's Theatre in Bristol, and, as Lady McClean, in "Escape Me Never" at the Apollo in London (1933) - a part she subsequently took to Broadway two years later. Until well into her seventies...
16. John Wengraf John Wengraf Actor, Judgment at Nuremberg A great number of Austrian and German actors were forced to flee their homeland during the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis in the late 1930s only to find themselves smack dab in Hollywood pictures playing thoroughly nefarious Gestapo commanders. Viennese performer John Wengraf was one such actor...
17. Hugh Gillin Hugh Gillin Actor, Back to the Future Part III
18. John Whitney John Whitney Actor, Fog Island
19. Jane Randolph Jane Randolph Actress, Cat People Poised and pretty actress Jane Randolph was briefly in the limelight during the 1940s. Born in Ohio in 1919, Jane grew up in Indiana. A couple of years after graduating from high school her interest in an acting career accelerated and she decided to move to Hollywood in 1939 to try her luck. She studied at Max Reinhardt's school and eventually was picked up by Warner Bros...
20. Junior Durkin Junior Durkin Actor, Hell's House Quiet, benign, blue-eyed, rangy-framed child/teen actor Junior Durkin, who was an absolute natural on film and possessed major "down home" appeal, showed strong promise in just the few 1930s films he appeared in. A fatal roadster accident quickly ended the dreams of this young "Henry Fonda" type just as he was about to transition into grownup-roles...
21. Carl Milletaire Carl Milletaire Actor, The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima
22. Josip Broz Tito Josip Broz Tito Self, Gustav Husak u Jugoslaviji Born Josip Broz on May 7, 1892, in the Croatian village of Kumrovec, in what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire (and now is in Slovenia), he was the seventh of 15 children born to Roman Catholic peasants. His blacksmith father, Franjo Broz, was a Croat, and his mother, Marija, was Slovene. After spending part of his childhood years with his maternal grandfather in Podsreda...
23. Robert Clampett Robert Clampett Director, Porky in Wackyland Born in San Diego, California, the young Robert Clampett was monumentally moved as a child by the film The Lost World, inspiring him to create a sea-serpent sock-puppet that he used in puppet shows to entertain the neighborhood kids. This led him to create a stuffed Mickey Mouse toy, which became a prototype for the first mass-produced Mickey Mouse doll...
24. Shûji Terayama Shûji Terayama Director, Farewell to the Ark Terayama Shuji was born the only son of Terayama Hachiro and Terayama Hatsu in Hirosaki City, Aomori on December 10th, 1935; but his birth and name were officially registered on January 10th, 1936. His father, an officer in the "thought police", leaves for the Pacific War in early 1941. He dies in September of 1945 of dysentary on the Indonesian island of Celebes...
25. Tatyana Samoylova Tatyana Samoylova Actress, The Cranes are Flying Tatiana Samoilova (Tatyana Samojlova) is a Russian film actress known for the leading roles in The Cranes are Flying and Anna Karenina. She was born Tatiana Evgenievna Samoilova on May 4, 1934, in Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Russia. Her father, Evgeniy Samoylov, was a notable Russian actor, Her mother, Zinaida Ilyinichna...
26. Valentín Trujillo Valentín Trujillo Actor, Violación
27. Gloria McGehee Gloria McGehee Actress, A Child Is Waiting
28. Paul Butterfield Paul Butterfield Self, The Last Waltz
29. Mary Lawson Mary Lawson Actress, Scrooge
30. Michael Miller Michael Miller Actor, Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze
31. Kay Hammond Kay Hammond Actress, Blithe Spirit Delightful, sophisticated English actress, daughter of the distinguished thespian Sir Guy Standing. Kay trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and was taught elocution by Mrs. Patrick Campbell. She made her theatrical debut in "Tilly of Bloomsbury" in 1927. Within just a few years, she had established herself as a regular on the West End stage...
32. Joe Holland Joe Holland Actor, Back to the Beach
33. Elizabeth Russell Elizabeth Russell Actress, The Curse of the Cat People
34. Ed Bakey Ed Bakey Actor, The Sting
35. Bernie Winters Bernie Winters Self, Episode dated 1 August 1988
36. Robert Kent Robert Kent Actor, The Country Girl A former professional prizefighter, Robert Kent entered films after gaining experience on the legitimate stage. His career consisted mostly of playing leads in "B" pictures. His "biggest" picture was probably The Country Girl, in which he was billed eighth, but he specialized in westerns, action/adventure films and serials...
37. Lillian Kemble-Cooper Lillian Kemble-Cooper Actress, Gone with the Wind
38. Jimmie Horan Jimmie Horan Actor, Pippi Longstocking
39. Jack Barry Jack Barry Self, The Joker's Wild Jack Barry was born March 20, 1918, In his adult years, he did saloon work until Dan Enright said they should go into game shows. He hosted Winky Dink and You, the first example of interactive TV. He later went on to host Juvenile Jury and Life Begins at 80. In 1956, he hosted Twenty-One, Tic Tac Dough and the first four episodes of Concentration...
40. Fritz Muliar Fritz Muliar Actor, Biedermann und die Brandstifter After his education at the Vienna Conservatory he got his first engagement at Stella Kadmons cabaret in 1937. Little time later he was engaged at the 'Theater an der Josefstadt', where he became one of Austria's most popular artists and where he is still acting and directing in various productions.
41. Ivan Hajtl Ivan Hajtl Actor, Sta se dogodilo sa Filipom Preradovicem
42. Anita Stewart Anita Stewart Actress, Virtuous Wives
43. Alois Brummer Alois Brummer Director, Beim Jodeln juckt die Lederhose
44. Jack Wrather Jr. Jack Wrather Jr. Actor, The Big Land
45. Alwyn Kurts Alwyn Kurts Actor, The Efficiency Expert One of Australia's most recognisable actors, Alwyn Kurts had previously been an accredited war correspondent, before becoming a notable figure in Melbourne radio in the 1950s via his program "Raising A Husband", and as an executive at radio station 3XY. Shortly after television arrived in 1956, he transferred "Raising A Husband" from radio...
46. Derek Cracknell Derek Cracknell Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, A Clockwork Orange
47. Yelena Samarina Yelena Samarina Actress, The Werewolf Versus the Vampire Woman
48. Gerhard Lamprecht Gerhard Lamprecht Director, Somewhere in Berlin
49. Sandra Bréa Sandra Bréa Actress, Cassy Jones, o Magnífico Sedutor
50. Edna Holland Edna Holland Actress, Criss Cross As a stage actress Edna Holland appeared in several Broadway productions throughout her career, often under the direction of Broadway impresario David Belasco. Some of her Broadway shows were "The Mandarin," "Post Road" with Lucile Watson, "Dear Old Darling" and "Lorelei." She also appeared in silent movies but in 1920 returned to the stage.
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