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1. Richard Attenborough Richard Attenborough Actor, Jurassic Park Lord Richard Attenborough was born in Cambridge, England, the son of Mary (née Clegg), a founding member of the Marriage Guidance Council, and Frederick Levi Attenborough, a scholar and academic administrator who was a don at Emmanuel College and wrote a standard text on Anglo-Saxon law. Attenborough...
2. Jane Greer Jane Greer Actress, Out of the Past As a baby, she was winning beauty contests; as a teenager, with good looks and an attractive contralto voice, she was singing with big bands (most notably Enric Madriguera's orchestra in Latin Club Del Rio in Washington, D.C.. She met Rudy Vallee, her first husband, on the radio where she also enjoyed a brief stint as a singer...
3. E.G. Marshall E.G. Marshall Actor, 12 Angry Men With over 150 Film and TV appearances to his credit, E.G. Marshall was arguably most well known as the imperturbable Juror No. 4 in the Sidney Lumet mystery 12 Angry Men. Some of his stand-out performances are in Creepshow, Christmas Vacation, and Nixon. Marshall married three times and had seven children.
4. Julie Harris Julie Harris Actress, East of Eden One of the finest classical and contemporary leading ladies ever to grace the 20th century American stage, five-time Tony Award winner Julie Harris was rather remote and reserved on camera, finding her true glow in front of the theatre lights. The freckled, red-haired actress not only was nominated...
5. Satoshi Kon Satoshi Kon Writer, Tokyo Godfathers Satoshi Kon was born in 1963. He studied at the Musashino College of the Arts. He began his career as a Manga artist. He then moved to animation and worked as a background artist on many films (including Roujin Z by 'Katsuhiro Otomo'). Then, in 1995, he wrote an episode of the anthology film Memories (this Episode was "Magnetic Rose")...
6. Louis Prima Louis Prima Soundtrack, Casino Born in New Orleans' French Quarter, Louis Prima longed to play jazz. When he was a child, he studied the violin. His older brother Leon took up trumpet while Louis was still quite young, and he soon followed in his brother's footsteps. He played in clubs like "The Famous Door" in the 1930s, and by the time the 1940s rolled around...
7. Steve Franken Steve Franken Actor, Angels & Demons
8. Kenji Mizoguchi Kenji Mizoguchi Director, Ugetsu Coming from a lower class family Mizoguchi entered the production company Nikkatsu as an actor specialized in female roles. Later he became an assistant director and made his first film in 1922. Although he filmed almost 90 movies in the silent era, only his last 12 productions are really known outside of Japan because they were especially produced for Venice (e.g...
9. Gary Crosby Gary Crosby Actor, Girl Happy The stocky-framed, lookalike son of singing legend Bing Crosby who had that same bemused, forlorn look, fair hair and jug ears, Gary was the eldest of four sons born to the crooner and his first wife singer/actress Dixie Lee. The boys' childhood was an intensely troubled one with all four trying to follow in their father's incredibly large footsteps as singers and actors...
10. Leonard Frey Leonard Frey Actor, Fiddler on the Roof Leonard Frey originally wanted to become an artist, but in college he became interested in acting. He made his stage debut in an off-Broadway production of "Little Mary Sunshine" and his film debut as a celebrant in Passages from James Joyce's Finnegans Wake, but he first rose to prominence in the role of Harold, the self-proclaimed "Jew fairy"...
11. Yootha Joyce Yootha Joyce Actress, A Man for All Seasons
12. Rickie Sorensen Rickie Sorensen Actor, The Sword in the Stone
13. Mary Jane Croft Mary Jane Croft Actress, Lucy Gets Trapped Diminutive, blond character comedienne whose strident voice and nervy manner made her the perfect foil to Lucille Ball's madcap antics on TV, at first, occasionally, on I Love Lucy (as "Betty Ramsay" and "Evelyn Bigsby"), then on a regular basis on The Lucy Show and Here's Lucy (as "Mary Jane Lewis")...
14. Frank DiLeo Frank DiLeo Actor, Goodfellas
15. Mark Kamps Mark Kamps Sound Department, Waterworld
16. Aaron Russo Aaron Russo Producer, Trading Places Although he never went beyond secondary school, Aaron Russo became a millionaire in show business. He managed the Kinetic Playground in Chicago in the late 1960s where he booked The Who, Jefferson Airplane and other popular bands of the day. For seven years, Russo managed Bette Midler. In 1979, he produced "The Rose" which gave Midler her first starring role...
17. Ann Richards Ann Richards Actress, Sorry, Wrong Number Blond-haired leading lady in Australian motion pictures of the late 30s. Moved to Hollywood in the early 40s, where she appeared in only 10 films before retiring ca. 1952.
18. Jose Duarte Jose Duarte Art Department, There's Something About Mary
19. Amanda Randolph Amanda Randolph Actress, Amanda
20. Jack Somack Jack Somack Actor, The Frisco Kid
21. Barry Norton Barry Norton Actor, Drácula
22. Pat Paterson Pat Paterson Actress, Charlie Chan in Egypt
23. Gregory Rozakis Gregory Rozakis Actor, America America
24. Eleazar García Eleazar García Actor, El miedo no anda en burro
25. Jerry Clower Jerry Clower Self, Jerry Clower Live #1
26. Herbert Wright Herbert Wright Producer, The Last Outpost As a high school exchange student in Japan, Herbert Wright began a lifelong study of martial arts, and the art of filmmaking after meeting the legendary director, Akira Kurosawa. After graduation with honors from Yale, filmmaker Wright moved to Hollywood, pursuing a successful career in movies and TV...
27. Zena Walker Zena Walker Actress, The Dresser British actress Zena Walker would become better known for her output of theatre work than film. Born on March 7, 1934, in Birmingham, she was the daughter of George Walker, a grocer, and wife Elizabeth Louise (Hammond). A sensuous, graceful, dusky-voiced presence, she was educated at St. Martin's School and trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art...
28. Bill Catching Bill Catching Stunts, Mean Streets
29. Claire Malis Claire Malis Actress, One Life to Live
30. Hansjörg Felmy Hansjörg Felmy Actor, Torn Curtain Hansjörg Felmy was the son of senior Luftwaffe general Hellmuth Felmy (1885-1965), who had risen to corps command in the closing stages of the Second World War. The younger Felmy grew up in Brunswick and first worked in the locksmiths and printing trades. Finding the arts more to his taste, he joined a travelling theatrical troupe...
31. Priscilla Alden Priscilla Alden Actress, Nine Months
32. Mitchell Lewis Mitchell Lewis Actor, Meet John Doe
33. Cristian Nemescu Cristian Nemescu Director, California Dreamin'
34. Hugh Cruttwell Hugh Cruttwell Miscellaneous Crew, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
35. James Kirkwood James Kirkwood Actor, A Corner in Wheat A veteran stage actor, James Kirkwood entered films in 1909 as an actor and was soon playing leads in many of D.W. Griffith's early pictures. He turned to directing in 1912, and by 1914 was the favorite director of Mary Pickford, with whom he made nine films; he also co-starred in three of them...
36. Edward Raquello Edward Raquello Actor, Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo
37. Earl Jolly Brown Earl Jolly Brown Actor, Live and Let Die
38. K.L. Smith K.L. Smith Actor, Bad Day at Black Rock
39. Stanley Grover Stanley Grover Actor, Network
40. Kalyanji Veerji Shah Kalyanji Veerji Shah Composer, Don
41. Cy Schindell Cy Schindell Actor, The Devil Commands
42. Zbynek Brynych Zbynek Brynych Director, Transport z raje
43. Lani Kai Lani Kai Actor, Blue Hawaii Lani Kai, whose real name was George Clarence Dennis James Von Ruckleman Woodd III, represented the image of the handsome, native Polynesian man for viewers of a television series in the early 1960s. His big break in show business came when he accompanied his mother to a casting call for the TV series Adventures in Paradise in 1959 and wound up being chosen for a regular role...
44. Mike Winters Mike Winters Self, The Dog It Was That Died
45. Roger Hume Roger Hume Actor, A Fish Called Wanda Roger was the son of George Hume, former general manager of the William Shakespeare Memorial Theatre at Stratford. Started off as an ASM, and crewed on films. Extensive theatre experience, including his own one-man shows "Old Herbaceous", "Winston" and "Please Sir". Also frequent appearances on radio, notably as Bert Fry in "The Archers"...
46. Werner Abrolat Werner Abrolat Actor, 00 Schneider - Jagd auf Nihil Baxter
47. Maureen Toal Maureen Toal Actress, Great Big Blonde
48. Lewis D. Collins Lewis D. Collins Director, The Desert Trail Baltimore-born Lewis D. Collins got his start in show business as a stage and theater director. He moved to Hollywood in the mid-1920s, securing work as a writer and director of two-reelers. Collins was one of the more prolific American directors, up there with Sam Newfield, Lew Landers and William Beaudine...
49. Margie Liszt Margie Liszt Actress, The Tooth Will Out
50. Barbara Miller Barbara Miller Casting Department, The Big Red One
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