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1. Greg Morris Greg Morris Actor, Mission: Impossible Born in Cleveland, Morris came to Hollywood in the early 1960s. His acting experience at that time consisted of a few minor roles on the Seattle stage. He found work appearing on Television series such as The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Twilight Zone before being cast in Mission: Impossible. Morris played quiet, efficient electronics expert Barney Collier from 1966-1973...
2. Gail Russell Gail Russell Actress, Angel and the Badman An angelically beautiful leading lady with a demure and melancholy screen persona which reflected a deeper sadness in her real life. She was born Elizabeth Russell in Chicago, Illinois, the second child of George and Gladys (Barnet) Russell. She was painfully, almost disabling shy as a child. When she was a teenager, her family moved to Los Angeles...
3. Gracie Allen Gracie Allen Actress, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
4. Douglas Kenney Douglas Kenney Writer, Animal House Though almost completely unknown, this man was one of the originators of a highly popular and groundbreaking new form of comedy and satire. After working on the Harvard Lampoon as an undergraduate, Douglas C. Kenney co-founded the National Lampoon magazine and the National Lampoon Radio Hour. Kenney had originally collaborated at Harvard with friend...
5. Billy Sands Billy Sands Actor, McHale's Navy Billy Sands was born William F. Sands on January 6, 1911 in Bergen, NY, to Dana Alice (Marboys) and John F. Sands. He began his professional acting career in 1946 when he appeared on Broadway with Spencer Tracy in Robert Sherwood's "Rugged Path", but he eventually became a television character actor who appeared regularly as Pvt...
6. Mary Beth Hughes Mary Beth Hughes Actress, The Ox-Bow Incident Mary Beth Hughes' parents separated while she was still a baby. She was brought up by a grandmother whose dearest wish was to make her an actress. As a result, she started her career at an early age while still a high school student. She starred in the stage version of "Alice in Wonderland" then had parts in "Daddy Long Legs" and "A Midsummer's Night Dream" with the Clifford Brooks company...
7. Raymond St. Jacques Raymond St. Jacques Actor, They Live Actor Raymond St. Jacques was born James Arthur Johnson in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1930, but he and younger sister Barbara were raised in Depression-era New Haven after their parents' divorce. He started writing and performing in his own short plays in elementary school and developed a strong interest in acting after appearing in a production of "Othello"...
8. Eve Brent Eve Brent Actress, The Green Mile Born in Houston, Texas, and raised in Fort Worth, Eve Brent began her career in radio and early television and later moved on to the college and little theater stage. Arriving in Hollywood with a husband and infant son in the 1950s, she landed some film (Gun Girls, Journey to Freedom, The Bride and the Beast) and episodic TV roles...
9. Bill Shirley Bill Shirley Actor, Sleeping Beauty
10. Sally Blane Sally Blane Actress, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang One of four actress sisters, the others being Polly Ann Young, Georgiana Young and Loretta Young. Sally retired from the screen ca. 1939.
11. Hrishikesh Mukherjee Hrishikesh Mukherjee Director, Anand By no means is he any glamorous director, yet Hrishikesh Mukherjee is one of the most popular and beloved filmmakers in Indian cinema. His magic lay not in the glamor or largeness so often associated with cinema, but in its simplicity and warmth. He began his career in Bombay, 1951, as an editor and assistant director to Bimal Roy...
12. Susan Peretz Susan Peretz Actress, Dog Day Afternoon
13. Jon Dough Jon Dough Actor, Latex
14. Bennett Cerf Bennett Cerf Self, What's My Line?
15. Robert Z. Leonard Robert Z. Leonard Director, The Great Ziegfeld Chicago-born Robert Z. Leonard studied law at the University of Colorado, but the legal profession proved not to be his forte and he dropped out in favour of a career in the theatre. When his family moved to Hollywood in 1907, Leonard sought work in the fledgling film industry, starting as an actor with Selig Polyscope...
16. Pascal Chaumeil Pascal Chaumeil Director, L'arnacoeur
17. Tol Avery Tol Avery Actor, All That Heaven Allows
18. Stevie Ray Vaughan Stevie Ray Vaughan Soundtrack, Unbreakable
19. Brandon Tartikoff Brandon Tartikoff Writer, Beggars and Choosers Brandon Tartikoff was a graduate of Yale University, and started his career out at WLS-TV in Chicago. He switched jobs to ABC in New York in the mid-1970s, and moved to NBC in 1977 where he became a programming executive hired by Dick Ebersol. Tartikoff took over programming duties from Fred Silverman in 1980...
20. Nico Minardos Nico Minardos Actor, Twelve Hours to Kill
21. Jinx Falkenburg Jinx Falkenburg Actress, Cover Girl
22. Tae-jeong Kim Tae-jeong Kim Actor, Game of Death
23. Priscilla Lawson Priscilla Lawson Actress, Flash Gordon A voluptuous, rather severe-looking beauty, dark-haired Priscilla Lawson was a professional model in her early twenties when she was crowned "Miss Miami Beach" in 1935. The attention helped her to win a contract with Universal Pictures and she soon began appearing in films. Confined mostly to small roles as nurses...
24. Suzanne Kaaren Suzanne Kaaren Actress, The Devil Bat Suzanne Kaaren was born on March 21, 1912 in Brooklyn, New York. When she was a teenager she won a high-jumping contest. She wanted to compete in the Olympics but her parents wouldn't let her. Suzanne started modeling and was hired to be one of the original Rockettes. She signed a contract with 20th Century Fox in 1933...
25. Mukesh Mukesh Music Department, Deadpool A singer in a class of his own, Mukesh was ranked, along with Mohammad Rafi and Kishore Kumar, as one of the greatest male playback singers in Bollywood history. However, his position was unique - while Rafi was perfection incarnate and Kumar was the astonishing yodeller, Mukesh was that man in a bar who would pour you a drink and would sing you a song for friendships' sake...
26. Richard T. Heffron Richard T. Heffron Director, Futureworld
27. Joan Barton Joan Barton Actress, Angel and the Badman
28. William Pierson William Pierson Actor, Stalag 17
29. Ulrike Butz Ulrike Butz Actress, Intimate Playmates
30. Mark Priestley Mark Priestley Actor, All Saints
31. Kenneth J. Warren Kenneth J. Warren Actor, The Creeping Flesh Balding (later shaven-headed) Australian character actor Kenneth J. Warren (the "J" stands for John) was a reliable performer on both stage and films, his imposing, beefy frame and darting, sliver-eyed presence almost a tell-tale sign of peril yet to come. Born in New South Wales in 1929 (some sources indicate 1926)...
32. Richard Frank Richard Frank Actor, Amadeus
33. Meri Welles Meri Welles Actress, The Pink Panther
34. Larry McCormick Larry McCormick Actor, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines Brother of Charles McCormick, Larry began his entertainment career as a DJ for a popular radio station. He appeared in several films as well as made guest appearances on various television shows. He was the Health and Fitness reporter for the KTLA ten o'clock news. He was married to Anita McCormick and father of Kitty and Mitch and grandfather of Daniel and Benjamin.
35. Ángel Garasa Ángel Garasa Actor, El padrecito
36. Fred Griffiths Fred Griffiths Actor, To Sir, with Love
37. Emma Penella Emma Penella Actress, Aquí no hay quien viva
38. Brian Epstein Brian Epstein Self, The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit Brian Epstein was the original manager and the mastermind behind the success of The Beatles. He was born Brian Samuel Epstein on September 19, 1934 into a Jewish-English family in Liverpool, UK. Epstein's family owned a store, where Paul McCartney's piano was bought. After three terms Epstein dropped out of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London...
39. Jerome Dempsey Jerome Dempsey Actor, Network
40. Arthur Chesney Arthur Chesney Actor, The Lodger
41. Richard Lauffen Richard Lauffen Actor, Ödipussi
42. Hazel Boyne Hazel Boyne Actress, Born to Be Bad
43. Dick Bentley Dick Bentley Actor, The Sundowners A stalwart from the great days of radio comedy, actor Dick Bentley is best remembered as the gormless Ron in the Denis Norden and Frank Muir's fifties series Take It From Here. Bentley was born in Australia and during his teens played the saxophone in local dance bands. He came to Britain in 1939 and appeared briefly in the BBC radio series You've Asked For It...
44. Jenny Lee Snow Jenny Lee Snow Actress, Freaks Elvira and Jenny Lee Snow, also known as the Snow Twins, were born in Georgia, but they were often advertised in their sideshow act as being from the Yucatan of Mexico and sometimes from Australia. (Some reports state that they were not actually twins at all). Reputedly, Elvira's birthdate was March 2...
45. Dindo Fernando Dindo Fernando Actor, Pag-ibig na walang dangal
46. Charles Farrell Charles Farrell Actor, Night and the City
47. Gaby André Gaby André Actress, The Cosmic Monster
48. Michael Goldie Michael Goldie Actor, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
49. Trudy Vachon Trudy Vachon Actress, WWE Raw
50. Charles R. Rondeau Charles R. Rondeau Director, Love, American Style
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