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1. Rod Serling Rod Serling Writer, Planet of the Apes A former boxer, paratrooper and general all-around angry young man, Rod Serling was one of the radical new voices that made the "Golden Age" of television. Long before The Twilight Zone, he was known for writing such high-quality scripts as "Patterns" and "Requiem for a Heavyweight," both later turned into films (Patterns and Requiem for a Heavyweight)...
2. Meshach Taylor Meshach Taylor Actor, Designing Women Surrounded by four dazzling Southern-styled ladies on the hit sitcom Designing Women, genial African-American actor Meshach Taylor made a name for himself as the beleaguered male foil consistently at the mercy of the title gals' antics during its popular 7-season run. The Boston-born actor who entered life on April 11...
3. Joan Marshall Joan Marshall Actress, Bold Venture Born on June 9, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois, Joan Marshall attended St. Clement's School. Looking far more mature than her age would indicate, when she was just 14 years old she auditioned for, and was hired, as a showgirl at Chicago's Chez Paree, one of the country's foremost nightclubs in the 1940s and 1950s...
4. Jack Carter Jack Carter Self, Cavalcade of Stars
5. Frank Sutton Frank Sutton Actor, Gomer Pyle: USMC As the brash and bruising tough guy with wide, flaring nostrils, compact features and boorish, bullying personality, you could have placed bets that anyone who had the guts to go nose-to-nose against crew cut-wearing badger Frank Sutton had better be one tough order. Nope. Far from it. Sutton's most feared...
6. Stanley Baker Stanley Baker Actor, Zulu Stanley Baker was unusual star material to emerge during the Fifties - when impossibly handsome and engagingly romantic leading men were almost de rigueur. Baker was forged from a rougher mould. His was good-looking, but his features were angular, taut, austere and unwelcoming. His screen persona was taciturn...
7. Lennie Weinrib Lennie Weinrib Actor, Wait Till Your Father Gets Home
8. Michael Ripper Michael Ripper Actor, The Mummy The British character actor Michael Ripper was born in 1913 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. His father was a speech therapist and encouraged him to participate in diction and public speaking competitions. From this, the young Michael gained an interest in acting and got his first taste of the stage through his father's amateur dramatics company...
9. Leo Burmester Leo Burmester Actor, The Abyss Leo appeared in thirty-seven films, thirty-two television appearances and nine Broadway plays. He just completed a part on M. O. N. Y. directed by Spike Lee for NBC, and the revival of The Fantasticks off Broadway. He was nominated for Best Actor in Robert Altman's Rattlesnake in a Cooler and won the New York Fanny award for Best supporting actor in Ah Wilderness at New York's Lincoln Center...
10. Herbie Faye Herbie Faye Actor, The Phil Silvers Show
11. Scotty Moore Scotty Moore Soundtrack, The Departed
12. Fredi Washington Fredi Washington Actress, Imitation of Life Fredi Washington was a pioneering African-American actress whose fair skin and green eyes often were impediments to her showing her extraordinary acting skills. Her talent was often overlooked because of people's obsession with her race and color. In the few films in which she acted her enormous talent as an actress couldn't be hidden...
13. King Calder King Calder Actor, Time Table
14. Fabián Bielinsky Fabián Bielinsky Writer, Nine Queens
15. Billy Mays Billy Mays Self, As Seen on TV
16. Paul Stassino Paul Stassino Actor, Thunderball Phaedros Stassinos is a Greek-Cypriot actor whose international stage name is Paul Stassino. He was born in Cyprus but at age 17 left for the U.K. to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Spent most of his acting career in Britain. He appeared in British TV dramas such as Danger Man and The Saint...
17. Elizabeth Allen Elizabeth Allen Self, Hollywood Goes to Town
18. Gary DeVore Gary DeVore Writer, Running Scared
19. Charlotte Brosnan Charlotte Brosnan Actress, The Nephew Born in 1971, Charlotte Brosnan is the daughter of Cassandra Harris (d. 1991) and Dermot Harris (d. 1986); and the adopted daughter of Pierce Brosnan, who was married to Cassandra from 1977 until her death on 28 December, 1991. She has one brother, Christopher Brosnan (son of Cassandra and Dermot, who was also adopted by Pierce); one half-brother...
20. Helen Gahagan Helen Gahagan Actress, She This beautiful Broadway singer and actress appeared in only one film, portraying the forever-young ice goddess ("she who must be obeyed"), the title character in RKO's 1935 adaptation of H. Rider Haggard's tale, She, opposite Randolph Scott. In the latter 1940s, having entered politics, she would serve two terms in the lower house of the U.S...
21. GG Allin GG Allin Thanks, Hated: GG Allin & the Murder Junkies Allin was born Kevin Michael Allin at Weeks' Memorial Hospital, in Lancaster, New Hampshire and grew up in East St. Johnsbury, VT. He grew up with his older brother Merle Allin and his mother Arleta, with whom he seemed to have a love/hate relationship. His father, Merle Sr., was a "backwoods" man who...
22. José Iturbi José Iturbi Actor, Anchors Aweigh Temperamental, volatile Spanish-born pianist and conductor whose life and career were varied and often controversial. Born in Valencia, he was a child prodigy, giving piano recitals by the age of seven and supplementing the family income by playing for up to 14 hours daily at a silent cinema theatre...
23. Nils Poppe Nils Poppe Actor, The Seventh Seal While studying he became interested in acting and was discovered when performing in a school play. His talent for comedic acting made him known for the public when he debuted with Pengar - en tragikomisk saga (1947), which he directed himself. He is today best remembered for his character Fabian Bom...
24. Fred Travalena Fred Travalena Actor, The Buddy Holly Story
25. Kurt Raab Kurt Raab Actor, Tenderness of the Wolves
26. Richard Carle Richard Carle Actor, Ninotchka
27. Joris Ivens Joris Ivens Director, A Tale of the Wind
28. Robert Byrd Robert Byrd Actor, Gods and Generals A powerful representative and senator from the state of West Virginia, Robert Carlyle Byrd has left an impressive mark on American politics. One of the longest serving senators, he is considered "the Dean of the Senate" - a true master of the body's arcane rules and procedures. He lead the Senate Democrats from 1977-1986...
29. Gary DeCarlo Gary DeCarlo Soundtrack, Remember the Titans
30. Labros Konstadaras Labros Konstadaras Actor, Yparhei kai filotimo Labros Konstadaras (13 March 1913 - 28 June 1985) was one of the greatest actors of Greek theatre and cinema, excellent both in comedy and drama, with ancestry from Istanbul. He was the brother of actress Mitsi Konstadaras and father of former New Democracy MP Dimitris Konstadaras who gave him two grandchildren...
31. Irina Baronova Irina Baronova Actress, Toast to Love
32. Arne Mattsson Arne Mattsson Director, One Summer of Happiness
33. Michel Ricaud Michel Ricaud Director, Sexandroide
34. Stig Olin Stig Olin Actor, Till glädje A distinguished actor, director and composer in Sweden; Stig Olin made his success in many areas of the Swedish entertainment business in the 1940s and 50s. As an actor, he claimed success when he played boyish characters and naive students on film. He was the actor who eventually took the claim of playing Ingmar Bergman's alter-ego in many of his early films...
35. C.O. Erickson C.O. Erickson Production Manager, Groundhog Day C.O. "Doc" Erickson, an executive producer, has over thirty years' experience as a producer and production manager on many of Hollywood's biggest films. He began his career at Paramount Pictures, serving as production manager on five Alfred Hitchcock films: Rear Window, To Catch a Thief, The Trouble with Harry...
36. Ben Mittleman Ben Mittleman Actor, Dead Heat
37. Olive Sloane Olive Sloane Actress, Seven Days to Noon
38. Roger Til Roger Til Actor, Stargate
39. Al Dempster Al Dempster Animation Department, Mary Poppins
40. Philippe Cousteau Sr. Philippe Cousteau Sr. Director, Voyage au bout du monde Philippe Sr. was born in Toulon, France just about the time his father Jacques Cousteau was inventing the Aqualung (or scuba tank as it is more commonly known) that would allow human kind to explore the oceans freely for the first time. At the age of four years wearing a miniature aqualung he had entered the sea behind his father...
41. Paul Keast Paul Keast Actor, The Mild West
42. Shawn Campbell Shawn Campbell Actor, Rachel, Rachel
43. William Dufty William Dufty Writer, Lady Sings the Blues
44. Guy Thomajan Guy Thomajan Actor, The Pink Panther
45. Bobby Vernon Bobby Vernon Actor, Teddy at the Throttle Bobby Vernon was born in the U.S. in 1897, was trained in Vaudeville and became a talented comic in the silent era. He began working in 1913, appearing in Lon Chaney's Almost an Actress and later worked for Mack Sennett, who teamed him up with young Gloria Swanson in 9 comedies between 1916 and 1917...
46. Michael Mineo Michael Mineo Actor, Life with Father
47. Hilde Krahl Hilde Krahl Actress, No Greater Love
48. Sean Adams Sean Adams Actor, Most Guys Today
49. Luke Cosgrave Luke Cosgrave Actor, Welcome Home
50. Richard Mailer Richard Mailer Director, The Aphrodisans
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