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1. Gregory Peck Gregory Peck Actor, To Kill a Mockingbird Eldred Gregory Peck was born in La Jolla, California, to Bernice Mary (Ayres) and Gregory Pearl Peck, a chemist and druggist in San Diego. He had Irish (from his paternal grandmother), English, and some German, ancestry. His parents divorced when he was five years old. An only child, he was sent to live with his grandmother...
2. Norma Shearer Norma Shearer Actress, The Women She won a beauty contest at age fourteen. In 1920 her mother, Edith Shearer, took Norma and her sister Athole Shearer (Mrs. Howard Hawks) to New York. Ziegfeld rejected her for his "Follies," but she got work as an extra in several movies. She spent much money on eye doctor's services trying to correct her cross-eyed stare caused by a muscle weakness...
3. Milburn Stone Milburn Stone Actor, Pickup on South Street Character actor Milburn Stone, the beloved "Doc Adams" on TV's long-running western classic Gunsmoke, was born in Kansas on July 5, 1904. Acting must have been in his blood as the nephew of Broadway comedian Fred Stone for Milburn left home as a teenager to find work with touring repertory troupes...
4. Theresa Merritt Theresa Merritt Actress, Billy Madison
5. Chris Latta Chris Latta Actor, Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot
6. Nicole Brown Simpson Nicole Brown Simpson Actress, Detour to Terror
7. Laura Ziskin Laura Ziskin Producer, Spider-Man
8. Henry Hill Henry Hill Self, The Workaday Gangster Henry Hill was an FBI informant whose life was immortalized by the 1990 movie Goodfellas, where he was played by Ray Liotta. Hill grew up in Brooklyn, New York, where he admired local mafiosos, including Paul Vario, a capo in the Luchesse crime family. In 1955, Hill began to warm up to Paul Vario by running some errands for the mafioso at Vario's meat stores...
9. Emmanuelle Arsan Emmanuelle Arsan Writer, Emmanuelle
10. Harry Caesar Harry Caesar Actor, A Few Good Men
11. James Fonda James Fonda Producer, The Investment Club
12. James A. FitzPatrick James A. FitzPatrick Producer, Minnesota: 'Land of Plenty' American documentary film director. After completing training in the dramatic arts, he worked for a while as a journalist. In 1925 he entered films and specialized throughout his career in travel documentaries. Besides directing, he also wrote, produced, and narrated many of his films. MGM distributed...
13. Owen Bush Owen Bush Actor, The Last Starfighter The laconic character actor Owen Bush was born on November 10, 1921 in Savannah, Missouri. Owen first became interested in acting in high school, when auditioning for a school play got him out of a boring study hall. In the late 1940s, Bush began working as a radio announcer, and in the early '50s, became a sportscaster on WDAF-TV in Kansas City...
14. Mary Field Mary Field Actress, Song of the South Dark-haired, slender-faced Hollywood actress generally typecast as nosy or prudish: sometimes spinster, sometimes gossip and sometimes efficient secretary or officious shop clerk - but ever-obnoxious withal.
15. Carla Laemmle Carla Laemmle Self, The Road to Dracula
16. Gerda Nicolson Gerda Nicolson Actress, Gallipoli One of Australia's best loved character actresses until her untimely death in 1992, Gerda was born in Hobart, Tasmania in 1937 to parents in the theatrical profession. Despite being surrounded by actors during her childhood, Gerda studied architecture and worked as a draughtsperson whilst living in London from 1958 to 1961...
17. Jimmy Dorsey Jimmy Dorsey Soundtrack, Playing by Heart Legendary saxophonist, conductor, songwriter and composer ("I'm Glad There Is You" and "Contrasts" [his theme]), educated in public schools and a cornet student of his father. Through the 1920s he was a saxophonist in orchestras including those of Paul Whiteman, Red Nichols, and the California Ramblers...
18. Don Herbert Don Herbert Actor, Electromagnetism
19. Paul Farrell Paul Farrell Actor, A Clockwork Orange
20. M.R. James M.R. James Writer, Whistle and I'll Come to You Born in 1862, Montague Rhodes James developed a reading habit at an early age, preferring to stay in the library than with friends. He took this with him when he went to study at Eton and then at the King's College, Cambridge, where he became assistant in classical archaeology at the Fitzwilliam museum...
21. Shaye Cogan Shaye Cogan Actress, Jack and the Beanstalk
22. Edward Fleming Edward Fleming Actor, Lille spejl
23. Martin Garralaga Martin Garralaga Actor, Lonely Are the Brave
24. Ron Goldman Ron Goldman Uncategorised Ronald Lyle Goldman was born to Sharon and Fred Goldman on July 2nd, 1968. He grew up in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. He had a younger sister named Kim Goldman. When Ron was six, his parents divorced, and his father was granted custody. This led to a very distant relationship between Ron and Kim, and their mother. Ron attended the University of Illinois for one semester...
25. James Maxwell Young James Maxwell Young Actor, Nazis at the Center of the Earth
26. Pat Hewitt Pat Hewitt Uncategorised
27. Cameron Fox Cameron Fox Actor, Out of Athens Part 1
28. Evalyn Knapp Evalyn Knapp Actress, His Private Secretary Leading lady in "B" movies and serials of the 30s and early 40s.
29. Paul Carpenter Paul Carpenter Actor, The Hornet's Nest
30. Mikel Angel Mikel Angel Actor, The Black 6
31. Inge Beekman Inge Beekman Actress, Amsterdamned
32. Arlene Harris Arlene Harris Actress, Hitchhike to Happiness
33. Peggy Hopkins Joyce Peggy Hopkins Joyce Actress, International House
34. Manuel Summers Manuel Summers Writer, From Pink to Yellow
35. Billy Wayne Billy Wayne Actor, The Jackie Robinson Story
36. Shirley Whitney Shirley Whitney Actress, The Sniper
37. Dominique Laffin Dominique Laffin Actress, The Crying Woman
38. Jack Richardson Jack Richardson Actor, Trial Marriage
39. Eddie Fetherston Eddie Fetherston Actor, Movie Crazy Why the devil did Eddie Fetherstone appear more than forty times on the screen as a reporter, a newspaperman, a news or cinema operator, a photographer? It is a mystery that only the casting directors of the golden age of Hollywood could solve. For Eddie had nothing to do with journalism. For an unknown reason...
40. Robert Hartford-Davis Robert Hartford-Davis Director, Black Gunn
41. Jimmy Scott Jimmy Scott Soundtrack, My Sister's Keeper Often called "Little Jimmy Scott", he was one of ten siblings born to Arthur and Justine Scott. All ten sang in church with their musician mother. Both Jimmy and his brother Kenny suddenly stopped growing while in their early teens. It was later discovered that they both suffered from a rare and inherited...
42. Lou Monte Lou Monte Soundtrack, Donnie Brasco
43. Eleanor Hunt Eleanor Hunt Actress, Blue Steel
44. Jim Demarest Jim Demarest Actor, Thank Heaven for Little Girls and Big Ones Too
45. Evelyne Ker Evelyne Ker Actress, À nos amours
46. Martine Sarcey Martine Sarcey Actress, The Light
47. Avice Landone Avice Landone Actress, The Leather Boys
48. Renié Renié Costume Designer, Cleopatra Renie (pronounced 'Renay') was a prolific American costume designer who was trained at the Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles and at UCLA before serving her apprenticeship as a theatrical set designer. She then became a sketch artist for MGM and Paramount. In 1936, she joined RKO, where she worked...
49. Joseph Brady Joseph Brady Actor, The Fourth Protocol
50. Robert Alton Robert Alton Music Department, Easter Parade Robert Alton was a ballet student in New York, and worked his way up to choreographer on many Broadway productions. He started choreographing films in 1936, and directed dance sequences in many of Hollywood's most famous musicals (The Harvey Girls, Easter Parade, Show Boat). He also directed many Broadway plays...
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