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1. Carroll O'Connor Carroll O'Connor Actor, Kelly's Heroes Carroll was born in Manhattan and raised in Forest Hills, a community of Queens, New York. After high school in 1942, he joined the Merchant Marines and worked on ships in the Atlantic. In 1946, he enrolled at the University of Montana to study English. While there, he became interested in theater. During one of the amateur productions...
2. Elliott Reid Elliott Reid Actor, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
3. Lorena Gale Lorena Gale Actress, The Butterfly Effect
4. Shintarô Katsu Shintarô Katsu Actor, Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo
5. Donald MacBride Donald MacBride Actor, The Seven Year Itch Best known for his work in slapstick comedy and detective whodunits, character actor Donald MacBride lent his serious, craggy mug and determined professionalism to scores of 30s and 40s crimers. Born in Brooklyn, he first appeared on the vaudeville and Broadway stages as a teenage singer in such shows as "George White's Scandals" and "Room Service." Taking a chance on Hollywood...
6. Charlene Polite Charlene Polite Actress, The Cloud Minders Born in Ohio, Charlene graduated from Youngstown University in the mid-1960s where she married her first husband, poet Frank Polite. Following graduation she acted in regional theater, including the Pittsburgh (PA) Playhouse where she had a post-graduate scholarship. Later she moved to San Francisco...
7. Anthony Herrera Anthony Herrera Actor, Loving
8. Frank Sidebottom Frank Sidebottom Actor, Episode #8.4
9. John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker Soundtrack, The Wolf of Wall Street
10. Soad Hosny Soad Hosny Actress, Chafika et Metwal Souad Muhammad Kamal Hosny Al Baba was born on January 26th, 1942 in Ataba, Cairo, Egypt. She was the 10th sibling of 17 brothers and sisters. Husni was known as the "Cinderella" of Arab cinema and one of the most influential actresses in the Arabic art world. She ascended to stardom in the end of the 1950s...
11. Lita Tresierra Lita Tresierra Actress, Assassin's Creed II
12. Carlos Romero Carlos Romero Actor, Soylent Green
13. George Axelrod George Axelrod Writer, Breakfast at Tiffany's
14. Ronny Coutteure Ronny Coutteure Actor, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Attack of the Hawkmen Ronny Coutteure was born on July 2, 1951 in Werwik, in Belgium. The year 2001 was his 30th year in the career of an actor, author, director and realizer, a career which began as clown. Ronny Coutteure worked for the cinema, the radio, television, the opera and the theatre. He is the author, the director and the interpreter of the Carnaval full-length film...
15. Taylor Lacher Taylor Lacher Actor, Mr. Majestyk
16. William Vince William Vince Producer, Capote
17. Leon Uris Leon Uris Writer, Battle Cry
18. Diane Clare Diane Clare Actress, The Haunting
19. Tam White Tam White Actor, Braveheart
20. Ronald Maccone Ronald Maccone Actor, Goodfellas
21. Herbert Brenon Herbert Brenon Director, Laugh, Clown, Laugh
22. Dick Jensen Dick Jensen Actor, The Kona Winds
23. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Soundtrack, The Intouchables Rimsky-Korsakov was a navy officer but soon discovered his love for music. Since 1861 he belonged to the group of Balkirev but later he returned to the traditional way of composing. He combined uniquely the Russian folksongs with the music of the Orthodox Church. Rimsky-Korsakov wrote the first Russian symphony and Igor Strawinsky was one of his students.
24. Julian Orchard Julian Orchard Actor, The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella
25. Charles L. Campbell Charles L. Campbell Sound Department, Schindler's List
26. Bert Kaempfert Bert Kaempfert Soundtrack, About Schmidt Internationally renowned bandleader Bert Kaempfert was born in Hamburg, Germany, in 1923. A student at the Hamburg School of Music, he was hired by bandleader Hans Busch and played with that orchestra before enlisting in the German Navy during World War II, where he served as a musician. After the war he started his own band...
27. Jerry Dexter Jerry Dexter Actor, Downhill Racer
28. Ivor Salter Ivor Salter Actor, House of Whipcord
29. Niccolò Machiavelli Niccolò Machiavelli Writer, La mandragola Born into a time of extreme political upheaveal, Niccolò Machiavelli was a member of the old Florentine nobility. He received a proper humanistic Renaissance education, and as a young man began the climb up the perilous political ladder of Italy. In 1502 he was sent to Romagna as an envoy to Cesare Borgia...
30. Clarence Straight Clarence Straight Actor, Colorado Sundown
31. Klaus Schwarzkopf Klaus Schwarzkopf Actor, One or the Other
32. Vernon Sewell Vernon Sewell Director, Ghost Ship Vernon Sewell was educated at Malborough College. He was one of the crew of "castaways" with Michael Powell on the Shetland island of Foula to make The Edge of the World. He later became one of the mainstays in the "B" movie niche of the British film industry, and in his almost 40-year career he turned out everything from spy thrillers to horror films to "sexploitation" fare.
33. Allison Parks Allison Parks Self, Playboy Video Centerfold: Playmate of the Year India Allen Lovely and shapely blue-eyed blonde Allison Parks was born Gloria Waldron on October 18, 1941 in Glendale, California. Her father ran a floral nursery in Sun Valley, California. Allison was a cheerleader at Glendale High School. Parks was the Playmate of the Month in the October, 1965 issue of "Playboy."...
34. Sidney Armus Sidney Armus Actor, All My Children
35. Joe Brown Jr. Joe Brown Jr. Actor, The Fugitive Kind Joe Brown's first bit part was in Sob Sister (1931), after which he went on stage performing in productions of Between Two Worlds (1934) a drama. His next play was Remember the Day (1935), following which he tried his hand at comedy with The Sap Runs High (1936), White Horse Inn (1936-37) and Schoolhouse on the Lot (1938)...
36. Frank Moro Frank Moro Actor, Tu, mi amor...
37. Cotton Warburton Cotton Warburton Editor, Mary Poppins Cotton Warburton is the great great uncle of author and filmmaker Dustin Warburton. Irvine "Cotton" Warburton (born October 8, 1911 in San Diego and died April 21, 1982 in Culver City, CA) was an All-American college quarterback (1933) who became a film editor; he won an Academy Award for his work on Mary Poppins in 1964...
38. Diana Beaumont Diana Beaumont Actress, Screen Struck
39. Jugal Kishore Jugal Kishore Director, Dada
40. Robert Barron Robert Barron Actor, Jungle Girl
41. June Christy June Christy Soundtrack, Take the Lead She was Stan Kenton's big band singer, replacing Anita O'Day in 1945. She also worked with Bruce Boyd Raeburn and his orchestra before she joined the Kenton band. This blonde, blue-eyed singer is one of the most talented female singers in the history of jazz. She recorded many albums for Capitol records in the fifties...
42. Joe Christ Joe Christ Director, That's Just Wrong!
43. Winston Miller Winston Miller Writer, My Darling Clementine Winston Miller began his film career as a juvenile actor in silent films. He attended Pinceton University and, in 1937, went to work for Republic Pictures as a screenwriter. He assisted David O. Selznick in rewriting the screenplay for Gone with the Wind, later taking time out of his career to serve in the Marines during WWII...
44. Kermit Love Kermit Love Miscellaneous Crew, The Muppet Movie
45. Mahadevan K.V. Mahadevan K.V. Composer, Shankarabharanam
46. Emma Danieli Emma Danieli Actress, The Last Man on Earth
47. Richard Adler Richard Adler Soundtrack, Goodfellas
48. Via Hersholt Via Hersholt Self, A Star Is Born World Premiere
49. Jeff Keen Jeff Keen Director, Marvo Movie
50. Virginia Karns Virginia Karns Actress, Babes in Toyland
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