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1. Ted Knight Ted Knight Actor, Caddyshack Actor Ted Knight paid his dues with nearly two decades of relatively obscure dramatic, often villainous television work, before finding enduring fame in a scene-stealing supporting turn on a classic 1970s sitcom, hilariously overplaying a silver-haired, self-important imbecile. Although the conceited "stuffed shirt" typecast plagued him for the rest of his career...
2. Lon Chaney Lon Chaney Actor, The Phantom of the Opera Although his parents were deaf-mutes, Leonidas Chaney became an actor and also owner of a theatre company (together with his brother John). He made his debut at the movies in 1912, and his filmography is vast. Lon Chaney was especially famous for his horror parts in movies like e.g. Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame...
3. Kay Francis Kay Francis Actress, Trouble in Paradise Kay Francis is possibly the biggest of the 'forgotten stars' from Hollywood's Golden Era, yet, for a while in the 1930s, she ranked as one of the most popular actresses, tagged the 'Queen of Warner Brothers', by 1935 earning a yearly salary of $115,000 (compared to Bette Davis with $18,000). The daughter of actress Katherine Clinton and businessman Joseph Gibbs...
4. Wade Dominguez Wade Dominguez Actor, Dangerous Minds Wade Dominguez was born in Northern California. While on a modeling assignment in Italy he landed an American soap Opera. He was in the video "Losing My Religion" by R.E.M. Of course he was in "Dangerous Minds".
5. Charles Boyer Charles Boyer Actor, Gaslight Charles Boyer studied philosophy before he went to the theater where he gave his debut in 1920. Although he had at first no intentions to pursue a career at the movies (his first movie was L'homme du large by Marcel L'Herbier) he used his chance in Hollywood after several filming stations all over Europe...
6. Larry Keating Larry Keating Actor, When Worlds Collide Supporting actor in films and TV who portrayed witty and urbane although often curmudgeonly types.
7. Mike Kellin Mike Kellin Actor, Midnight Express Burly, coarse, raspy-voiced Mike Kellin was often cast as a tough cop, gangster, or soldier, usually a corporal or sergeant, so it may be surprising to some that during his stint in the US Navy during World War II he was a Lieutenant Commander. Though he seemed to be straight out of the tenements of New York City...
8. Warner Anderson Warner Anderson Actor, Destination Moon Starting out as a child actor in silent films, Warner Anderson appeared in burlesque and vaudeville as a teenager, and enjoyed a career in Broadway plays before making his film debut in the early 1940s. His no-nonsense demeanor and commanding voice served him well in playing corporate executives, judges...
9. Dominick Dunne Dominick Dunne Self, Dominick Dunne: After the Party
10. Tex Avery Tex Avery Director, A Wild Hare Tex Avery was a descendant of Judge Roy Bean and Daniel Boone, but all his grandma ever told him about it was "Don't ever mention you are kin to Roy Bean. He's a no good skunk!!" After graduating from North Dallas High School in 1927, Avery moved to Southern California in 1929 and got a job in the harbor...
11. Art Baker Art Baker Actor, Spellbound
12. Gerard Murphy Gerard Murphy Actor, Batman Begins
13. Laura Branigan Laura Branigan Soundtrack, Ghostbusters
14. Lyn Thomas Lyn Thomas Actress, Space Master X-7 Indiana-born, Lyn Thomas acted on stage before she came to Hollywood in the late 40s, working under contract to Eagle Lion, Hal Wallis Productions and 20th Century-Fox and yet never catching the proverbial brass ring. Throughout the 1950s, she appeared in many B movies and TV series (including The Abbott and Costello Show...
15. Penny Edwards Penny Edwards Actress, Missing Women Vivacious blue-eyed blonde Penny Edwards was born in New York City in 1928 and displayed signs of musical talent as a youth. She began studying dance by age six and, as a teen, appeared on Broadway in "The Ziegfeld Follies of 1943". After a couple of other musicals and a stint with the St. Louis Municipal Opera...
16. Sandy Wirth Sandy Wirth Actress, Forty Guns
17. Steve Gravers Steve Gravers Actor, Wizards
18. A.K. Hangal A.K. Hangal Actor, Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India His childhood was spent in Peshawar, where he had performed in theater for some major roles. However, his primary occupation for the early part of his life was that of a tailor. He was an active participant in the Indian freedom struggle. Following his father's retirement, the family moved from Peshawar to Karachi...
19. Martin Miller Martin Miller Actor, The Pink Panther
20. Charles A. Lindbergh Charles A. Lindbergh Writer, The Spirit of St. Louis
21. Toni D'Alto Toni D'Alto Actress, The Appointment
22. Ralph Vaughan Williams Ralph Vaughan Williams Soundtrack, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World Dr. Ralph Vaughan Williams was perhaps the most important English composer of the 20th Century. His influence on the development of 20th Century music was immense. Benjamin Britten and numerous film composers (Jerry Goldsmith, etc.) owe a lot to him. He created a truly contemporary idiom whose roots reached back to Tudor times and folk music...
23. Bobby Byles Bobby Byles Actor, And Then There Were Three
24. Itaco Nardulli Itaco Nardulli Actor, Identification of a Woman
25. Jean Carmen Jean Carmen Actress, Paroled from the Big House
26. Carl Lerner Carl Lerner Editor, 12 Angry Men
27. Knox Manning Knox Manning Actor, Meet John Doe
28. Miliza Korjus Miliza Korjus Soundtrack, The Great Waltz Miliza's father was Arthur Korjus, a lieutenant colonel in the Imperial Russian Army and later Chief of Staff to the War Minister of Estonia. The Estonian branch of her family was of Swedish descent, having settled in Estonia during the middle of the seventeenth century when the country was ruled by Sweden...
29. Sadie Corre Sadie Corre Actress, Star Wars: Episode VI - The Return of the Jedi
30. Haile Selassie Haile Selassie Self, Universal Newsreel
31. Jean Aurel Jean Aurel Writer, Le Trou
32. Gilberto Román Gilberto Román Actor, Qué hago con mi dolor?
33. Anna German Anna German Actress, Landscape After Battle Anna German was a Polish pop-singer of the German origin (her surname has nothing in common with her ethnic origin - this is a purely casual coincidence in English only; the Polish word for "German" is niemiecki (m), niemiecka (f), niemiec "a German man", niemka "a German lady", Niemcy "Germans", "Germany" etc.)...
34. Arturo Martínez Arturo Martínez Actor, The Hidden One
35. Teresa Izewska Teresa Izewska Actress, Kanal
36. Jeanie Macpherson Jeanie Macpherson Writer, Dynamite Born in Boston to Evangeline Tomlinson and John Sinclair Macpherson. Jeanie Macperson was educated at Madame de Facq's school in Paris, the Kenwood Institute in Chicago and took dancing lessons from Theodore Kosloff. Her stage experience began when she got the lead in a school play and was awarded a gold medal by the Chicago Musical College...
37. Barbara Angely Barbara Angely Actress, El tunco Maclovio
38. Åke Fridell Åke Fridell Actor, The Seventh Seal
39. Stéphane Slima Stéphane Slima Actor, Mina Tannenbaum
40. Erich Nikowitz Erich Nikowitz Actor, Sissi
41. Tariq Yunus Tariq Yunus Actor, Figures in a Landscape
42. Frances Osborne Frances Osborne Actress, The Bank Job
43. Norman Warwick Norman Warwick Cinematographer, The Abominable Dr. Phibes
44. Ramon Zamora Ramon Zamora Actor, Ang mahiwagang daigdig ni Pedro Penduko
45. Mika Waltari Mika Waltari Writer, The Egyptian
46. Cullen Landis Cullen Landis Actor, Lights of New York
47. Irving Stone Irving Stone Writer, Lust for Life
48. Per Christensen Per Christensen Actor, Elling
49. Sammy Timberg Sammy Timberg Composer, Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor
50. Helen Burnett Helen Burnett Actress, Backfire
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