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1. Murray Hamilton Murray Hamilton Actor, Jaws Murray Hamilton was one of those character actors whose face would be familiar to most movie buffs at an instant, yet his name may not. That's a shame, because Hamilton was one of the most versatile and prolific of performers who was never anything less than completely convincing in any role he took on...
2. Jerry Reed Jerry Reed Actor, Smokey and the Bandit Tall, blond haired country & western singer / songwriter from Atlanta Georgia, who usually appears in films portraying good humored Southern type characters. Reed was already writing and singing music in high school, and was signed by Capitol Records to a three-year contract in 1955. However, in 1958...
3. Jon Polito Jon Polito Actor, Miller's Crossing A veteran of nearly 100 films, Jon Polito is most recognized for his work with The Coen brothers, as well as his many television appearances as a series regular and guest star. Notable Motion Picture roles are in Millers Crossing, Barton Fink, The Man Who Wasn't There, The Crow, Blankman, and The Freshman with Marlon Brando...
4. Dean Jones Dean Jones Actor, Beethoven Dean Jones was born on Sunday, January 25th, 1931 in Decatur, Alabama, USA as Dean Carroll Jones. He is an actor, best known for Beethoven , The Love Bug, Clear and Present Danger, and especially St. John in Exile. He has two daughters from his first marriage to Mae Entwisle: Caroline Jones (1955) and Deanna Demaree (1957)...
5. Tommy Morrison Tommy Morrison Actor, Rocky V He's a heavyweight professional boxer from Jay, Oklahoma, who made national news Thursday, Feb. 15, 1996, when he announced that he is HIV positive. He was suspended from worldwide boxing when he tested positive prior to a boxing match against Arthur Weathers in Las Vegas. He said he plans to pursue AIDS awareness activities.
6. Michael Pate Michael Pate Actor, Matlock Police The future movie bad man was born in Drummoyne, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, and got his career start as an interviewer on the government's radio station. Pate also worked on the Australian stage and in Down Under movies before relocating to th e U.S. in the early 1950s to appear in Universal's "Thunder on the Hill...
7. Terry Terry Actress, The Wizard of Oz Without question, the most known dog in movie history. Many dogs tried to eclipse Toto's success, most recently, The Men In Black dog. Most don't know that Toto has an autobiography that's available in most stores. She almost lost her life when she broke her foot in The Wizard of Oz. Toto (Terry) appeared in over 10 Hollywood films. The industry took a big blow when she died.
8. Ethel Waters Ethel Waters Actress, Beulah The child of a teenage rape victim, Ethel Waters grew up in the slums of Philadelphia and neighboring cities, seldom living anywhere for more than a few weeks at a time. "No one raised me, " she recollected, "I just ran wild." She excelled not only at looking after herself, but also at singing and dancing; she began performing at church functions...
9. Ann Harding Ann Harding Actress, It Happened on Fifth Avenue Ann, born Dorothy Gatley, spent most of her childhood as an "army brat" constantly moving around before the family finally settled in New York. Ann first appeared on the stage while she spent a year attending Bryn Mawr College. She became a clerk and freelance script reader with a film company before she made her stage debut in Greenwich Village...
10. Rand Brooks Rand Brooks Actor, Gone with the Wind In 1966, Rand Brooks started Professional Ambulance Service in Glendale, California, with two used ambulances and a credit card. By 1977 his company had become the largest private ambulance 9-1-1 paramedic provider in Los Angeles County. During his ownership the company received dozens of awards and commendations and was widely recognized as one of the finest ambulance services in the country...
11. Gottfried John Gottfried John Actor, GoldenEye
12. Cammie King Conlon Cammie King Conlon Actress, Gone with the Wind
13. James Dunn James Dunn Actor, It's a Great Life Versatile actor of stage, screen and television, James Howard Dunn was the only child of a prominent New York stockbroker and homemaker. He grew up and attended public schools in New Rochelle, New York. Dunn's interest in pursuing a career in acting became apparent when he started playing hooky from high school...
14. Kaye Elhardt Kaye Elhardt Actress, The Crimson Kimono
15. Harry Cording Harry Cording Actor, The Adventures of Robin Hood Burly bit part actor often seen in the Sherlock Holmes movies of the '40's as a menacing chauffer, sailor or Cockney. His speaking parts were always well done and added considerably to the B grade movies of the period .
16. Jack Smight Jack Smight Director, Midway Emmy Award-winning director Jack Smight was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on March 9, 1925, the offspring of Irish immigrants. After graduating from Cretin High School, he served in the US Army Air Force during World War Two, where he flew combat missions in the Pacific Theater. After the war he attended the University of Minnesota...
17. Roy Goldman Roy Goldman Actor, M*A*S*H
18. Pat Barrington Pat Barrington Actress, Orgy of the Dead Pat Barrington was an extremely buxom, curvy, and drop-dead gorgeous blonde topless dancer who popped up in a handful of enjoyably trashy softcore sexploitation features throughout the 1960's, often for producer Harry H. Novak's Boxoffice International Pictures and directed by William Rotsler. Barrington was born Patricia Annette Bray on October 16...
19. Don LaFontaine Don LaFontaine Actor, Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story
20. Doris Kenyon Doris Kenyon Actress, Counsellor at Law The daughter of a poet, Doris Kenyon made her stage and screen debuts in 1915. She was often cast as a pleasant heroine in many silent films. She co-starred with popular silent-era actors like Rudolph Valentino and her future husband Milton Sills. Due to her stage experience she made a smooth transition to sound films. She could still be seen on television in the mid-'60s.
21. Helen Haye Helen Haye Actress, The 39 Steps
22. Cobina Wright Cobina Wright Actress, Charlie Chan in Rio Cobina Wright came from a wealthy aristocratic family from New York City and started her show business career as a model, being in the top ten at John Robert Powers (the most sought after agency at that time). Bob Hope used her as the basis for character Cobina on his radio program in 1939. She was friends with Dolores and Bob and appeared on his program numerous times...
23. Philip Friend Philip Friend Actor, In Which We Serve
24. Patrick Durkin Patrick Durkin Actor, Raiders of the Lost Ark
25. Tom Bret Tom Bret Writer, Sången om den eldröda blomman
26. Benay Venuta Benay Venuta Actress, Annie Get Your Gun The exceedingly lovely and highly musical Benay Venuta was born on January 27, 1911, as Benvenuta Rose Crooke in San Francisco, California. Attending finishing school in Geneva, she subsequently dropped out and headed off to London. Her career in show business began as a teenage dancer in 1925. Returning to the States a few years later...
27. Michael Romanoff Michael Romanoff Actor, Do Not Disturb Mike Romanoff, the former Harry F. Gerguson, was a successful "professional impostor." He accumulated an enormous fount of knowledge in his numerous travels and occupations around the world (and he attended, however briefly, several leading universities). When Hollywood filmmakers needed a technical adviser for a movie set in Europe...
28. Eulalio González Eulalio González Actor, 'El rata' Renowned for portraying his witty, stereotypical norteño character named "Piporro" in the Pedro Infante film Little Love of My Life, Eulalio González quickly became one of the box-office stars of the 1960s and the best norteño comedian ever. Born and raised in northern Mexico, González was the son of customs agent Pablo González Barrera and Elvira Ramírez...
29. Willie Mae Taylor Willie Mae Taylor Actress, Honky Donkey
30. Bart Giamatti Bart Giamatti
31. Morris Carnovsky Morris Carnovsky Actor, Cyrano de Bergerac Morris Carnovsky was one of the more prominent victims of the Hollywood blacklist, being named as a Communist party member by both Elia Kazan -- the most infamous of the informers who sang before the House Un-American Activities Committee in the era blacklistee Lillian Hellman called the "Scoundrel Time" -- and Sterling Hayden...
32. Sara Macon Sara Macon Writer, The Runaway Barge
33. Joseph Green Joseph Green Writer, The Brain That Wouldn't Die
34. Albert Speer Albert Speer Self, Der Architekt
35. Howland Chamberlain Howland Chamberlain Actor, Kramer vs. Kramer
36. Henry Lascoe Henry Lascoe Actor, The Man with My Face
37. Marc Donahue Marc Donahue Composer, The Wild Geese
38. Lisa Melendez Lisa Melendez Actress, Dynastud
39. Robert Robinson Robert Robinson Actor, El Diablo Rides
40. Frank Craven Frank Craven Actor, Our Town Frank Craven, the actor, director, playwright and producer who achieved theatrical immortality as The Stage Manager in the original 1938 Broadway production and 1940 movie version of Thornton Wilder's classic Our Town, was born into a theatrical family on August 24, 1875 in Boston, Massachusetts...
41. Carolyn Lee Carolyn Lee Actress, Birth of the Blues
42. Hal David Hal David Soundtrack, Forrest Gump Songwriter ("Magic Moments", "Baby Elephant Walk", "What the World Needs Now is Love") and author, educated at New York University. Joining ASCAP in 1943, he collaborated musically with Burt Bacharach, Sherman Edwards, Lee Pockriss, [error], Redd Evans, Don Rodney, John Barry and Henry Mancini...
43. Philip Loeb Philip Loeb Actor, A Double Life Mr. Loeb returned to Broadway following his unjust firing from "The Goldbergs". He starred in the Broadway production of "Time Out for Ginger" and was appearing in the play's touring company at the time of his suicide in the Hotel Taft in New York on September 1, 1955. Had he lived a few days longer he would have learned that the FBI had decided to fully clear his name...
44. Olavi Ahonen Olavi Ahonen Actor, Tuntematon sotilas
45. Ole Ernst Ole Ernst Actor, Okay Ole Ernst graduated from Odense Teater in 1967 where shortly afterwards he was hired as a stage-actor. Ernst had his debut playing Chino in Westside Story (1965). In 1969 he jumped from Odense Teater to Det Kongelige Teater where he continued stage-acting until 1976. Ernst performed in a lot of classic stage-plays such as Jeppe På Bjerget, Erasmus Montanus, Hamlet and Amadeus...
46. Mark Gil Mark Gil Actor, Magkaribal
47. Lina Canalejas Lina Canalejas Actress, Cousin Angelica Born in a family of musicians, she studied ballet. Enter a company performs folk and various tours in Spain, beginning in the genre of the magazine. Draws the attention of actor Ismael Merlo and debuted as a theater actress in "Life on a pad" and in films with "That's Madrid.". Over the next 25 years stands out in the Spanish interpretive landscape.
48. Irene Winston Irene Winston Actress, Rear Window
49. Brian Reilly Brian Reilly Producer, The Santa Clause
50. Gaylord Lloyd Gaylord Lloyd Actor, Dodge Your Debts
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