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1. Ingrid Bergman Ingrid Bergman Actress, Casablanca Ingrid Bergman was born in Stockholm, Sweden, on August 29, 1915. The woman who would be one of the top stars in Hollywood in the 1940s had decided to become an actress after finishing her formal schooling. She had had a taste of acting at age 17 when she played an uncredited role of a girl standing in line in the Swedish film Landskamp in 1932...
2. Lee Marvin Lee Marvin Actor, The Dirty Dozen Prematurely white-haired character star who began as a supporting player of generally vicious demeanor, then metamorphosed into a star of both action and drama projects, Lee Marvin was born in New York City to Lamont Waltman Marvin, an advertising executive, and his wife Courtenay Washington Davidge...
3. Jean Hagen Jean Hagen Actress, Singin' in the Rain
4. Simon Oakland Simon Oakland Actor, Psycho One of the movies' most memorable tough guys, Simon Oakland actually began his career as a concert violinist, turning to acting in the late 1940s. After a long string of roles in Broadway hits, including "Light Up the Sky," "The Shrike" and "Inherit the Wind," Oakland made his film debut as the tough...
5. Michael Dunn Michael Dunn Actor, Ship of Fools Michael Dunn was born Gary Neil Miller in Oklahoma. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller. They moved to Detroit, Michigan, in 1938. Dunn was 5 years old when he knew he'd be a dwarf but was determined not to let it stop him or make him dependent. He graduated from Detroit's Redford High School in 1951...
6. Evelyn Ankers Evelyn Ankers Actress, The Wolf Man Evelyn Ankers, a beautiful movie actress who was a staple of Universal's horror films in the 1940s, was born in Chile to English parents in 1918. Her parents repatriated the family back to England in the 1920s, and it was in Old Blighty that Ankers developed a desire to become an actress. She began appearing in small roles in English movies in the mid-1930s while she was still in school...
7. Archie Campbell Archie Campbell Self, Episode #5.21
8. Francisco Rabal Francisco Rabal Actor, Dagon Francisco Rabal -- Paco to everyone -- was born in the mining camp where his father worked. His mother owned a small mill. At the age of six, with the Civil War breaking out, the family emigrated to Madrid and he started working as a street salesman and later in a chocolate factory, which later led to him working as an electrician in the Chamartín Film Studios...
9. Frank Perry Frank Perry Director, Mommie Dearest
10. Shelagh Fraser Shelagh Fraser Actress, Star Wars
11. Edward Sinclair Edward Sinclair Actor, Dad's Army
12. Michael Ende Michael Ende Writer, The NeverEnding Story Born 1929 in Germany as son of a surrealist painter who was banned by the Nazis in 1936. Went to Waldorf-school and deserted when he was called to the army at age of 16 in 1945. After the war he became an actor, critic and finally writer. His first big success was the children's book "Jim Knopf und Lukas der Lokomotivfuehrer" (Jim Knopf and Lukas the Engine-driver)...
13. Michel Constantin Michel Constantin Actor, Le Trou
14. Weng Weng Weng Weng Actor, For Y'ur Height Only The 1981 Manila International Film Festival was designed by First Lady Imelda Marcos as an elaborate showcase of Filipino culture. To everyone's horror, the only film that sold to the world was a midget spy film - a miniature mockery of Western pop iconography, and a joyously naïve celebration of Filipino Goon Cinema - called For Y'ur Height Only...
15. Joseph Egger Joseph Egger Actor, A Fistful of Dollars
16. Stringer Davis Stringer Davis Actor, Murder at the Gallop Gentle-mannered English character player in small parts. He played 'Mr. Stringer' opposite his wife, Margaret Rutherford, in her cinema outings as the Agatha Christie character 'Miss Jane Marple'. Appeared in other Rutherford films as well.
17. Bill Stewart Bill Stewart Actor, Anna and the King
18. Alan MacNaughton Alan MacNaughton Actor, Patton
19. Rose Hobart Rose Hobart Actress, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Born in New York City, Rose Hobart responded to the lure of the theater at a young age, went on stage at 15, then drifted to Hollywood and embarked on a movie career. Hobart film-debuted in the 1930 Fox version of "Liliom" and went on to appear in over 40 additional films, both in the A and B category...
20. Marko Todorovic Marko Todorovic Actor, Zikina dinastija
21. James Deuter James Deuter Actor, Payback
22. Teddy Turner Teddy Turner Actor, Dracula
23. Alexander Gauge Alexander Gauge Actor, Murder in the Cathedral
24. Patrick Barr Patrick Barr Actor, Octopussy Patrick Barr, born into a judicial family in British India in 1908, was active for more than half a century on the stage, screen and, later, very successfully on television. Tall and distinguished, the son of a judge and (in retirement) theatrical manager, Barr was educated at Radley and Trinity College, Oxford, winning a "blue" in the 1929 University Boat Race...
25. Richard Jewell Richard Jewell Self, The Big One On July 27, 1996, Richard Jewell was a security guard at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, with aspirations of becoming a police officer. At around 1 a.m. in crowded Centennial Olympic Park, Jewell noticed an unattended green knapsack, alerted police and helped move people away from the site. The knapsack contained a crude pipe bomb...
26. Paul Tripp Paul Tripp Actor, The Christmas That Almost Wasn't Paul Tripp was born on NYC's Lower East Side on February 20, 1911. Originally he wanted to be an actor and singer in grand operas, but he had to lower his sights and perform in comic operas at local functions instead. He went to college and studied education. He graduated with a Master of Education degree...
27. Lowell Thomas Lowell Thomas Self, It's a Bird Lowell Thomas filmed Major T.E. Lawrence and his Arab army fighting the Ottoman Turks in the deserts of Palestine in early 1917 during WWI. It was he who coined the phrase "Lawrence of Arabia"' and with his film and the following publicity made Lawrence perhaps the greatest legend of the Twentieth Century...
28. Yolanda Varela Yolanda Varela Actress, Con quién andan nuestras hijas Yolanda Varela was born in Mexico on March, 30, 1930. She started in the business at a very young age. She studied ballet in the National Institute of the Performing Arts. She starred in many Mexican films and some Spanish/Mexican co-productions. She co-starred with: Pedro Infante, Jorge Negrete, Daniel Gelin...
29. Charles O'Neal Charles O'Neal Writer, The Seventh Victim
30. Michael Peters Michael Peters Director, The Cold War
31. Mary Clare Mary Clare Actress, The Lady Vanishes Mary Clare was a versatile British character actress of redoubtable presence. On the London stage from 1910 (some sources say 1912), she later alternated her theatrical appearances with acting on screen. During the 1920's and 30's, she specialised in stately characters and villainesses in period dramas...
32. Judith Furse Judith Furse Actress, Black Narcissus
33. Dorian Corey Dorian Corey Self, Paris Is Burning
34. Barry Cowsill Barry Cowsill Self, Family Band: The Cowsills Story
35. Mary Norton Mary Norton Writer, The Secret World of Arrietty
36. Paul Kligman Paul Kligman Actor, Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
37. Bernadene Hayes Bernadene Hayes Actress, Great Guy Singer and actress Bernadene Hayes was known in her hometown Chicago as the "Queen of Radio" before moving to Hollywood where she appeared in many films, frequently opposite Gene Kelly and Clark Gable in several movies. Her first major role was in Sweetheart of the Navy.
38. Charlie Feathers Charlie Feathers Soundtrack, Kill Bill: Vol. 1
39. Emma Roldán Emma Roldán Actress, Hell Without Limits
40. Bob Baker Bob Baker Actor, Border Wolves He was home on the Hollywood range only a few years but Bob "Tumbleweed" Baker (ne Stanley Leland Weed) still made his mark by the time he rode off into the sunset. Born on November 8, 1910, in Forest City, IA, his family eventually moved to Colorado and then to Arizona during his growing years. He...
41. Jayshree Gadkar Jayshree Gadkar Actress, Sadhi Manse
42. Alejandro Ciangherotti Alejandro Ciangherotti Actor, Los tres huastecos
43. Vicki Baum Vicki Baum Writer, Grand Hotel
44. Nelly Prono Nelly Prono Actress, Mi cuñado
45. Dixie Dunbar Dixie Dunbar Actress, King of Burlesque She was a vivacious, kewpie doll-like dancer/entertainer of 1930s Broadway and Hollywood musicals. Dixie Dunbar was born Christine Elizabeth Dunbar in Montgomery, Alabama on January 18, 1918, and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. Nicknamed "Tootsie" by her mother, she took dancing lessions at an early age and it was quickly learned that Dixie had a natural talent...
46. Willy Rathnov Willy Rathnov Actor, Along Came a Soldier
47. Dallas Adams Dallas Adams Actor, The Abominable Dr. Phibes
48. Enrique Carreras Enrique Carreras Director, La industria del matrimonio
49. Miguel Godreau Miguel Godreau Actor, Altered States
50. Honeyboy Edwards Honeyboy Edwards Soundtrack, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story "Delta blues" artist David "Honeyboy"--a nickname his sister gave him as a child--Edwards was born in Shaw, MS, in 1915. He taught himself to play the guitar as a boy by listening to such bluesmen as Tommy McClennan and Robert Petway. By age 14 he was playing in "juke joints" in the South with such artists as Big Joe Williams and Yank Rachell...
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