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1. Brock Peters Brock Peters Actor, To Kill a Mockingbird Born of African and West Indian ancestry on July 2, 1927 in New York City, Brock Peters set his sights on a show business career early on, at age ten. A product of NYC's famed Music and Arts High School, Peters initially fielded more odd jobs than acting jobs as he worked his way up from Harlem poverty...
2. Rudolph Valentino Rudolph Valentino Actor, The Son of the Sheik Alla's friend,Natacha Rambova (nee Winifred Hudnut) became romantically involved with Rudy and they lived together in her bungalow, from 1921 (during the filming of Camille) until they eloped to Mexico 13 May, 1922 in the belief his divorce from Jean Acker was official. After their re-marriage...
3. Kathleen Freeman Kathleen Freeman Actress, Shrek Kathleen Freeman's introduction to show business came very early in life. Her parents were vaudevillians, and she made her debut at age 2 in their act. Later she attended UCLA with intentions of becoming a pianist, but was bitten by the acting bug and never looked back. She gained experience on stage in various stock and repertory companies...
4. Dennis Fimple Dennis Fimple Actor, House of 1000 Corpses Excellent and engaging character actor Dennis Fimple was born on November 11, 1940 in Ventura, California and raised in the nearby town of Taft. His father Elmer was an electrician and his mother Dolly was a beautician. Dennis first became interested in acting after he portrayed Tom Sawyer in a junior high school play...
5. Charles Scorsese Charles Scorsese Actor, Goodfellas
6. Ruth Cohen Ruth Cohen Actress, The Gum
7. Hank Patterson Hank Patterson Actor, Tarantula Hank Patterson was born in Springville, Alabama to Green and Mary Newton Patterson. Hank's great-grandfather, James Pearson, was an original settler of St. Clair county, AL as was his mother's great-grandfather, Thomas Newton. Between 1894 & 1897, the family left AL to live in Taylor, Texas where Hank...
8. Jerry Nelson Jerry Nelson Actor, The Muppet Movie Puppeteer, actor, musician, and master of voices, Jerry Nelson originally joined Henson & Company as a temporary replacement for Frank Oz, who had been drafted into the armed services in the 60's. He later re-joined the crew as a full-time performer in the 70's, and has since been heavily involved in almost every major Muppet project...
9. Hoot Gibson Hoot Gibson Actor, Action A pioneering cowboy star of silent and early talking Westerns, Hoot Gibson was one of the 1920s' most popular children's matinée heroes. In his real life, however, he had a rather painful rags-to-riches-and-back-to-rags career, a problem that seemed to plague a number of big stars who fell victim to their high profile and wound up living too high on the hog...
10. Sidney Howard Sidney Howard Writer, Gone with the Wind
11. Sybil Jason Sybil Jason Actress, The Little Princess Child actress in 1930s US films. (Her first film was Barnacle Bill, in the UK.)
12. Ed Warren Ed Warren Writer, The Haunted After being discharged from the U.S. Navy after World War II, Ed Warren was an itinerant house and sign painter traveling around New England. However, with his wife Lorraine Warren, née Lorraine Moran, he became known as a demonologist employed in investigating reports of haunted houses. They...
13. Mary Gordon Mary Gordon Actress, The Bride of Frankenstein Scots actress, long in the United States, who specialized in housekeepers and mothers, most notably the housekeeper Mrs. Hudson in the Sherlock Holmes series of movies of the Thirties and Forties. She was born Mary Gilmour, the daughter of a Glasgow wire weaver. She worked as a dressmaker before finding work on the stage...
14. Khalil Bezaleel Khalil Bezaleel Actor, In the Heat of the Night
15. Francis X. Bushman Francis X. Bushman Actor, Sabrina
16. David Rose David Rose Music Department, Hombre
17. Steven Kozlowski Steven Kozlowski Actor, Good Will Hunting
18. Robert Symonds Robert Symonds Actor, The Exorcist
19. Oscar Hammerstein II Oscar Hammerstein II Soundtrack, American Beauty
20. Gilbert Taylor Gilbert Taylor Cinematographer, Star Wars
21. Oliver McGowan Oliver McGowan Actor, Shore Leave
22. Richard Hearne Richard Hearne Actor, Going Concern
23. Norman Wexler Norman Wexler Writer, Saturday Night Fever Norman Wexler was born in New Bedford Mass and attended Harvard University. In addition to his acclaim as the writer of Saturday Night Fever, he also suffered from manic depression, and in 1972 was arrested by the FBI for saying he was planning to shoot then-president Nixon.
24. Virginia Sale Virginia Sale Actress, Topper
25. Sidney Buchman Sidney Buchman Writer, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington The son of a Russian émigré clothing merchant, Sidney Buchman was born in Duluth, Minnesota, on March 27 1902. He initially attended the University of Minnesota. After his family moved to New York, he continued his studies at Columbia University, graduating in 1923. The following year, he travelled to England and worked as an assistant stage manager at the Old Vic...
26. Alberto Cavalcanti Alberto Cavalcanti Director, Dead of Night Born in Brazil, 1897. Alberto Cavalcanti's early career began in France between 1920 and 1933, working as writer, art director and director. He directed the avant-garde documentary Nothing But Time ("Nothing but Time"), a portrait of the lives of Parisian workers in a single day. He moved to England...
27. Zoltán Fábri Zoltán Fábri Director, The Fifth Seal He was born in 1917 and between the two World War he finished his primary and secondary school. After them he graduated in the College of Fine Arts, which helped him later to be a production-designer. He liked to learn and joined the Academy of Theatre and Film Arts. He bacame a director and actor. In the beginning of his career he was a production-designer...
28. James Fogle James Fogle Writer, Drugstore Cowboy
29. Reyn Hubbard Reyn Hubbard Actor, Gatorbait II: Cajun Justice
30. Milivoje Tomic Milivoje Tomic Actor, The Marathon Family
31. Ruth Storey Ruth Storey Actress, In Cold Blood Born and raised in New York, Storey moved with her then-husband Richard Conte to Los Angeles in the 1950s, where she worked on stage, television, and screen. After her divorce, she earned a master's degree in social welfare from UCLA and co-founded the Center for Human Problems in the Los Angeles area...
32. Gregory Gaye Gregory Gaye Actor, Ninotchka Character actor in US films.
33. Raeanin Simpson Raeanin Simpson Actress, Little Heroes
34. Leslie Graves Leslie Graves Actress, Piranha Part Two: The Spawning Leslie Graves (the original Brenda Clegg) was born on September, 29th 1959 in Albuquerque or Silver City, New Mexico. She started her carrier in entertainment industry in the late '60s and early 70s when she was very young (approximately at age of 10) with small roles in a Broadway play "A Cry of Players" (1968-1969) written by William Gibson and in several TV series: Sesame Street (1969...
35. Charles A. Nichols Charles A. Nichols Director, Charlotte's Web
36. Marjorie Woodworth Marjorie Woodworth Actress, Flying with Music
37. Peter Maas Peter Maas Writer, Serpico Peter Maas wrote about crooks and cops, about people's corruption and integrity. His subjects were often real people and his stories unrelentingly factual. He grew up in the Hamilton Heights area on the upper west side of New York City. His community largely comprised an ethnic melding of German, Jewish...
38. Faruk Begolli Faruk Begolli Actor, The Dervish and Death Faruk Begolli was the most famous Kosovo Albanian actor and director in Yugoslavia (along with Bekim Fehmiu). He attended high school in Pristina and completed the academy of film in Belgrade (1966). Begolli played in more than 60 films, starting with Veljko Bulajic's Pogled u zenicu Sunca (1966). He cooperated with director Purisa Dordevic in his films Podne (Noon)...
39. Marvin Hatley Marvin Hatley Music Department, Way Out West Composer, conductor and author, educated at UCLA and then a staff pianist for KFWB in Hollywood for four years, then to vaudeville for one year, and then to KFUD. Two years after joining the Hal Roach Studios, he took over its music department, which he directed for ten years. Joining ASCAP in 1952, his most-popular composition is the Laurel and Hardy theme, which he always spelled "Ku-Ku".
40. Bamlet Lawrence Price Jr. Bamlet Lawrence Price Jr. Director, One Way Ticket to Hell
41. Agustín Isunza Agustín Isunza Actor, El Topo Comic performer in Mexican film from the '30s into the '70s. Mostly cast in supporting roles.
42. Carlton Grant Jr. Carlton Grant Jr. Actor, Shottas
43. James Fawcett James Fawcett Self, Farrah's Story
44. Vadim Yusov Vadim Yusov Cinematographer, Solaris
45. George David Weiss George David Weiss Soundtrack, The Godfather: Part II
46. Russell Latham Russell Latham Make-Up Department, The Young and the Restless
47. Allen Emerson Allen Emerson Actor, Shipment to Beirut
48. Giuseppe Colizzi Giuseppe Colizzi Writer, Blood River
49. Chris Lamon Chris Lamon Stunts, The Boondock Saints
50. Hy Anzell Hy Anzell Actor, Annie Hall
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