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1. Elaine Stritch Elaine Stritch Actress, One Life to Live A brash, incorrigible scene-stealer now entering her sixth decade in a career that has had many highs and lows, veteran Elaine Stritch certainly lives up to the Stephen Sondheim song "I'm Still Here". Having stolen so many moments on stage that she could be convicted of grand larceny, this tough old broad broaching 80 with the still-shapely legs...
2. Pat Roach Pat Roach Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark Proud and passionate Angle, Pat Roach, was born and raised in Birmingham, England and grew to be a mountain of a man standing at six feet, five inches tall, with doorway-wide shoulders and a barrel chest. Pat wrestled competitively under the name of "Bomber" Roach, and at one time held both the British and European Heavyweight Wrestling Championships...
3. Geraldine Fitzgerald Geraldine Fitzgerald Actress, Arthur Geraldine Fitzgerald was the only actress to appear as both Laurence Olivier's wife and Rodney Dangerfield's mother-in-law, which surely qualifies her as running the gamut (if not the gauntlet, in the latter case) of A to Z for co-starring with cinema immortals. The Irish lass appeared in many masterpieces of Hollywood's Golden Age...
4. Joseph Maher Joseph Maher Actor, Guiding Light
5. Harry Guardino Harry Guardino Actor, Dirty Harry Virile Brooklyn-born actor Harry Guardino, with dark, wavy hair and a perpetual worried look on his craggy-looking mug, started out in the acting school of hard knocks, slumming for nearly a decade in small, obscure 'tough guy' film parts in the early to mid 50s. A definite man's man, he finally attracted...
6. Thayer David Thayer David Actor, Rocky He was David Thayer Hersey from an upper crust Medford, Massachusetts family. After secondary school he began attending Harvard University. Along with several students he founded the Brattle Theatre Company in 1946. After working closely on Brattle with fellow Harvard graduates and his father,Thayer Frye Hersey, David took the stage name Thayer David in honor of his father...
7. Billie Holiday Billie Holiday Soundtrack, Schindler's List Billie Holiday was a true artist of her day and rose as a social phenomenon in the 1950s. Her soulful, unique singing voice and her ability to boldly turn any material that she confronted into her own music made her a superstar of her time. Today, Holiday is remembered for her masterpieces, creativity and vivacity...
8. Don 'Red' Barry Don 'Red' Barry Actor, Johnny Got His Gun Donald Barry went from the stage to the screen. After four years of playing villains and henchmen at various studios, Barry got the role that changed his image: Red Ryder in the Republic Pictures serial Adventures of Red Ryder. Although he had appeared in westerns for two years or so, this was the one that kept him there...
9. Morgan Paull Morgan Paull Actor, Blade Runner
10. Cliff Edwards Cliff Edwards Actor, His Girl Friday Becoming popular with playing the ukulele, his unique singing and supplying the voice of animated movies, Cliff Edwards was one of the most popular singers in America. Born in Hannibal, Missouri, Edwards left school at the age of 14, moved to St. Louis, and started to work as a singer in saloons. Edwards then taught himself to play the ukulele...
11. Walter Cronkite Walter Cronkite Self, Fail Safe
12. Larry Roberts Larry Roberts Actor, Lady and the Tramp Larry Roberts was born Lawrence Saltzman on September 28, 1926. He was the only child of Robert E. and Mabel (Haber) Saltzman. Larry was a native of Cleveland, Ohio. After Larry's parents divorced, his father moved to Los Angeles. During World War II, Larry served with General Patton's Third Army in France...
13. Margo Margo Actress, Lost Horizon The daughter of a Spanish surgeon, Maria Margarita Guadalupe Teresa Estella Castilla Bolado y O'Donnell was born in Mexico City. As a niece to famous bandleader Xavier Cugat, she performed with his orchestra from the age of nine as a specialty dancer in nightclubs, and, later, on the Starlight Roof of the hotel Waldorf Astoria in New York...
14. Donal McCann Donal McCann Actor, The Dead
15. Robert Wiene Robert Wiene Director, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
16. Briony McRoberts Briony McRoberts Actress, The Pink Panther Strikes Again Briony McRoberts was born in Hertfordshire in February 1957. One of her earliest acting roles was in The Pink Panther Strikes Again at the age of 19. She has appeared in numerous theatrical and film roles, though the majority of her work has been in television. She has appeared in over 15 series, including EastEnders and Take The High Road...
17. Mickey Spillane Mickey Spillane Writer, Kiss Me Deadly Mickey Spillane, the king of the pulp novelists in the post-WW II period, sold an estimated 200 million copies globally. He was born Frank Morrison Spillane in Brooklyn, NY. Young Frank's mother was a Protestant who bestowed on him his middle name "Morrison", but his Irish Catholic father, barkeep John Joseph Spillane...
18. Bernard Giraudeau Bernard Giraudeau Actor, Water Drops on Burning Rocks
19. Mary Mendum Mary Mendum Actress, Confessions of a Young American Housewife Mary Mendum was born on February 21, 1952. She grew up in a poor family outside of Chicago. She began her acting career in the early '70s in stage productions of such plays as "Hair" and "Lenny". Mendum started appearing in movies with small parts in adult pictures for director Chuck Vincent and posed for nude layouts in a few prominent men's magazines...
20. Paul Sorensen Paul Sorensen Actor, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
21. Larry Haines Larry Haines Actor, Another World Appeared in scores of programs from radio's "Golden Age", such as "Suspense", the "Shadow", "Inner Sanctum Mysteries", and "X Minus One". Mr. Haines also starred in a short-lived series of 1953, "That Hammer Guy", in which he played the character created by Mickey Spillane, "Mike Hammer". He was on almost episode of _"Search for Tomorrow" (1951) since its debut.
22. Delos Jewkes Delos Jewkes Soundtrack, Dressed to Kill
23. Hugh Reilly Hugh Reilly Actor, The Edge of Night American character actor best known as "Paul Martin," the father on the Lassie TV series from 1958 to 1964. Reilly served in the U.S. Army Air Corps in the Second World War and entered the theatre after the war. He appeared on Broadway in several shows before entering films in the late 1940s...
24. Juano Hernandez Juano Hernandez Actor, Kiss Me Deadly He was the son of a Puerto Rican seaman. He was self-educated and spent much of his childhood in Brazil singing on the streets to raise money for food. He became an actor after having been a circus performer, radio actor, and vaudeville performer. He worked in the chorus of the 1927 stage production of the musical "Show Boat"...
25. Vincenzo Cerami Vincenzo Cerami Writer, Life Is Beautiful
26. Don Rich Don Rich Self, Episode #1.1
27. Byron Kennedy Byron Kennedy Producer, Mad Max
28. Katherine Warren Katherine Warren Actress, The Caine Mutiny
29. Chet Brandenburg Chet Brandenburg Actor, Hats Off
30. John Coltrane John Coltrane Soundtrack, Malcolm X
31. Ron Weyand Ron Weyand Actor, They Might Be Giants
32. David Ngoombujarra David Ngoombujarra Actor, Rabbit-Proof Fence
33. Enzo Petito Enzo Petito Actor, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
34. Marlon Brando Sr. Marlon Brando Sr. Producer, The Naked Edge The movie industry executive and producer Marlon Brando, Sr. was the father of Marlon Brando Jr., whom many consider the greatest movie actor of all time, and of movie and TV actress Jocelyn Brando. Marlon, Jr. made his father, a former salesman and businessman, the head of his personal production company in Hollywood...
35. Pascale Audret Pascale Audret Actress, L'eau vive
36. Tsar Nicholas II Tsar Nicholas II Self, Scene from the Coronation of the Czar of Russia Born Nikolai Alexandrovich Romanov, Czar Nicholas II of Russia was crowned in 1894 and was the last Emperor of Russia. He was the eldest son of Czar Alexander III and the grandson of Czar Alexander II and was related to the Danish, British and German royal families. As a child Nicholas wasn't quite as bright as his younger brothers...
37. Dorothy White Dorothy White Actress, Get Carter
38. Yûjirô Ishihara Yûjirô Ishihara Actor, Alone on the Pacific
39. Raizô Ichikawa Raizô Ichikawa Actor, Conflagration
40. Ty Cobb Ty Cobb Self, Ty Cobb and Grantland Rice Talk Things Over
41. Maude Adams Maude Adams Uncategorised Maude Adams was born Maude Ewing Kiskadden on November 11, 1872 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She preformed on stage from the age of an infant until her retirement from the stage at age 60. Maude Adams starred in over twenty-five plays on Broadway between 1888 and 1916. Her most famous role was "Peter" in J.M Barrie's "Peter Pan" in 1905...
42. Kasia Orzazewski Kasia Orzazewski Actress, Call Northside 777
43. Marilee Phelps Marilee Phelps Actress, Markheim
44. John Walton John Walton Actor, The Efficiency Expert
45. Cyril Ring Cyril Ring Actor, The Cocoanuts
46. Bernard Cowan Bernard Cowan Miscellaneous Crew, The Power of Dr. Octopus/Sub-Zero for Spidey
47. Grand Duchess Anastasia Grand Duchess Anastasia Uncategorised Her Imperial Highness, The Grand Duchess Anastasia Nicholaievna Romanov was born on June 18, 1901. She was the fourth child of Tsar Nicholas the second, and the Empress Alexandra. She was a big disappointment because by now they were hoping for a boy to be the tsarevich and the next tsar. She had three older sisters -Olga...
48. Nelson Lyon Nelson Lyon Writer, The Telephone Book
49. Bart Burns Bart Burns Actor, Frances
50. Ossi Oswalda Ossi Oswalda Actress, I Don't Want to Be a Man
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