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1. Geraldine Page Geraldine Page Actress, The Rescuers Considered by many to be one of the greatest American actresses of all time, Geraldine Page was a master craftswoman who seemed to bring out the most inner detail of the character she was playing. Her dedication to her craft has earned her the respect of many of today's great actors including Meryl Streep and Michelle Pfeiffer...
2. Matthew Garber Matthew Garber Actor, Mary Poppins
3. Lane Smith Lane Smith Actor, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
4. Mihaly 'Michu' Meszaros Mihaly 'Michu' Meszaros Actor, Freaked Diminutive 2'9" actor and circus performer Mihaly 'Michu' Meszaros was born in 1939 in Budapest, Hungary. Meszaros performed for the Hungarian National Circus prior to coming to America in the 1970's. Not surprisingly, he portrayed circus midgets in both "Big Top Pee-wee" and "Warlock: The Armageddon."...
5. Douglas Seale Douglas Seale Actor, Aladdin The British classical actor/producer/director Douglas Seale enjoyed a 65-year transatlantic career that included stage, films and television. Born in 1913 the son of Robert Henry Seale and his wife Margaret Law Seale, he was educated at Rutlish, a boys' comprehensive school in West Wimbledon. He displayed...
6. Anita Pallenberg Anita Pallenberg Actress, Barbarella Anita Pallenberg is probably best known for her romantic links to three of the original Rolling Stones. She was born in Italy in 1942. She became a model and appeared on covers of magazines such as Vogue. In 1965, she began dating Brian Jones. Subsequently, she left him for Keith Richards in 1967...
7. Darla Hood Darla Hood Actress, Bored of Education Darla Hood was born in a small rural Oklahoma town on Sunday, November 8th, 1931, she grew up as dark-banged cute girl, Darla Hood began her association with the motley "Our Gang" group at the tender age of 2 1/2, as she stated on the The Jack Benny Program. Her father, James Claude Hood, Jr., a banker...
8. K.T. Stevens K.T. Stevens Actress, General Hospital She certainly had the requisite genes for an acting career as her father was the legendary director Sam Wood and her mother was a stage performer. K.T. Stevens wasted no time either. By the time she was 2 years old, she had made her film debut in her father's silent classic Peck's Bad Boy, which starred Jackie Coogan...
9. Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean Self, The Jimmy Dean Show Jimmy Dean, the musician, actor and entrepreneur, was instrumental in the mainstreaming of country music, a genre that now ranks as the most popular in the United States but which, back in the 1960s, was accorded little respect in the mass media. Jimmy Dean had a #1 hit in the US and England with his song "Big Bad John," which established his fame...
10. Ulla Strömstedt Ulla Strömstedt Actress, Catalina Caper
11. Martita Hunt Martita Hunt Actress, Becket Popular British character actress known for her rich cluster of queens, dowagers, shrews and evildoers, Martita Hunt was born on a ranch in Argentina to British parents, but moved with her family to England at age 10 for her formal education. On stage at age 21 with the Liverpool Repertory Theatre,...
12. Jonathan Adams Jonathan Adams Actor, The Rocky Horror Picture Show Originally trained as a painter, he studied art at Chelsea Art School and London University and taught in his hometown of Northhampton after spending time in the RAF Medical Corps. He was a performer with the Children's Theatre Company and was involved in several productions in London's West End, including two years in "Alibi For a Judge."
13. George Cisar George Cisar Actor, Dennis the Menace
14. Benny Goodman Benny Goodman Soundtrack, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade The King of Swing! Famed clarinetist, composer ("Stompin' at the Savoy") and conductor, educated at the Lewis Institute in Chicago and a student of Schillinger and Schoepp. He was a clarinetist with the orchestras of Bix Beiderbecke, Jules Herbuveaux, Arnold Johnson and Ben Pollack, and also played in Broadway theater orchestras...
15. Robert Lees Robert Lees Writer, Hold That Ghost
16. George Winslow George Winslow Actor, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes The dark blond with deep blue eyes and cute "Buster Brown" haircut who was equipped with a deadly acute, dry facade was born George Karl Wentzlaff in Los Angeles on May 3, 1946. While it would have been hard for anyone to steal scenes from the likes of such veteran comedy superstars as Marilyn Monroe...
17. Nadia Gray Nadia Gray Actress, La Dolce Vita Born Nadia Kujnir-Herescu in Bucharest, Romania, on November 23, 1923, to a Russian father and a Bessarabian mother, the future actress Nadia Gray was raised there. She met first husband Constantin Cantacuzino (1905-1958), a Romanian aviator and noted WWII fighter ace, while she was a passenger on one of his commercial air flights...
18. Peter Fanene Maivia Peter Fanene Maivia Actor, You Only Live Twice "High Chief" Peter Maivia, originally from Samoa, wrestled for several years in Asia and the United States. He gained his greatest fame as a fan favorite in the WWWF (now WWE), taking on such heels as "Superstar" Billy Graham, Ken Patera, and Ivan Koloff. Maivia though later turned into a heel himself (at the behest of manager "Classy" Freddie Blassie) towards the end of his career...
19. June Dayton June Dayton Actress, Tora! Tora! Tora!
20. Joan Benham Joan Benham Actress, Murder Ahoy
21. Dean Reed Dean Reed Actor, Blutsbrüder Dean Reed was born September 22, 1938, in Denver Colorado. He went to Hollywood where he signed a record contract with Capitol Records in 1958, but his third single, "Our Summer Romance" was so popular in South America he went to tour there. More popular than Elvis Presley, he stayed to enjoy his incredible fame in Chile...
22. Junix Inocian Junix Inocian Actor, Formula 51
23. Charles Butterworth Charles Butterworth Actor, This Is the Army Charles Butterworth was, before he came to Hollywood in 1930, a stage attraction on Broadway. In the '30s, he had his big successes as the hero's no-nonsense best friend. He made a practice of ad-libbing dry quips and bons mots during shooting, and screenwriters took advantage of this by writing only fragments of his scripts...
24. Magnus Härenstam Magnus Härenstam Actor, Fem myror är fler än fyra elefanter
25. Billy Nelson Billy Nelson Actor, Stamp Day for Superman
26. Fran Allison Fran Allison Self, The Match Game A lovely and gracious presence amid a couple of scene-stealing puppets, Fran Allison was a shining star of radio and early TV, and enjoyed immense popularity with children for decades as the sole human element of the Kukla, Fran and Ollie show. The open-faced blonde singer, actress and comedienne was born on November 20...
27. Barry Shear Barry Shear Director, Across 110th Street
28. Bruce Lester Bruce Lester Actor, The Letter
29. Domingo Soler Domingo Soler Actor, La barraca
30. Tim Russert Tim Russert Self, The Tim Russert Show
31. George Fitzmaurice George Fitzmaurice Director, The Son of the Sheik American director of French-Dutch ancestry, born in Paris. He studied the fine arts in Paris before resettling in America. As a set designer for stage productions, he was able to break into films in 1908 doing the same work. He dabbled in screen writing and then began directing, at first sporadically...
32. Danny Dark Danny Dark Actor, Melvin and Howard
33. Sathyan Sathyan Actor, Chemmeen Sathyan was born as Sathyaneshan Nadar in a Christian family to Cheruvilakathuveettil Manuel and Lilly Amma. He had served as Viceroy's Commissioned Officer and later joined the Travancore State Police as a Police Inspector. Sathyan made his debut on the tinsel screen in the 1952 Malayalam movie Athmasakhi...
34. John Truax John Truax Actor, Curse of the Undead
35. Kenji Utsumi Kenji Utsumi Actor, Fist of the North Star Born in August of 1937, Japanese actor from Kitakyushu, Kenji Utsumi, is affiliated with the independent animation studio Ken Production. He is married to fellow voice actress Michiko Nomura and has received a lifetime achievement award at the third Seiyu Awards. He is best known for his roles in Buronson's Fist of the North Star (as Raoh)...
36. Kadamba Simmons Kadamba Simmons Actress, Mary Reilly
37. Michiyo Kogure Michiyo Kogure Actress, Drunken Angel
38. Amácio Mazzaropi Amácio Mazzaropi Actor, A Banda das Velhas Virgens One of the most known and loved film artists in Brazil. He was an actor, director and producer who worked in, at least, 32 movie projects in within 1950 and early 1980's, when he passed away. Despite the fact that his movies were never well accepted by the film critics, his movies always sold out tickets to movie theaters...
39. Jack Ong Jack Ong Actor, Next
40. Virendra Razdan Virendra Razdan Actor, Gandhi
41. Jennifer Nitsch Jennifer Nitsch Actress, Nur eine kleine Affäre
42. Vera Caspary Vera Caspary Writer, Laura
43. Peggy Cartwright Peggy Cartwright Actress, From Hand to Mouth
44. Carlos Cobos Carlos Cobos Actor, The Legend of Zorro
45. Ernö Verebes Ernö Verebes Actor, Ez a villa eladó First a star in Hungary, Ernö Verebes, born in 1902, achieved the same status in Germany between 1925 and 1936. Now renamed Ernst Verebes, he was one of those manly actors, both well-built and charming, at ease as well in a military uniform as in a tuxedo and top hat, that German ladies loved to see on a big screen...
46. Sam Benson Sam Benson Costume and Wardrobe Department, A Hatful of Rain
47. Janet Burnell Janet Burnell Actress, Henry V
48. Yôko Nogiwa Yôko Nogiwa Actress, Gegege no nyôbô
49. Clyde McPhatter Clyde McPhatter Soundtrack, The Hurricane Clyde McPhatter was born in Durham, NC, on November 15, 1932, one of six children. The McPhatters moved to New York City in late 1950 and McPhatter,. after singing for a few years with gospel groups, joined Billy Ward's Dominoes. The Dominoes signed with King Records in 1950 and recorded the chart-topping "Sixty Minute Man" with McPhatter singing the lead vocals...
50. Jean Ransome Jean Ransome Actress, Sabrina
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