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1. Tony Curtis Tony Curtis Actor, Some Like It Hot Tony Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz, the eldest of three children of Helen (Klein) and Emanuel Schwartz, Jewish immigrants from Hungary. Curtis himself admits that while he had almost no formal education, he was a student of the "school of hard knocks" and learned from a young age that the only person who ever had his back was himself...
2. Lois Maxwell Lois Maxwell Actress, Goldfinger Everyone knows (or should know) Lois Maxwell as the one and only "Miss Moneypenny", but there's much more to her acting career than that. She started out against her parents' will, and without their knowledge, in a Canadian children's radio program, credited as "Robin Wells". Before the age of 15 she...
3. Gloria Foster Gloria Foster Actress, The Matrix Gloria Foster will always be best known for her performance as The Oracle in The Matrix and The Matrix Reloaded, but the actress's career spanned four decades on the stage and screen. Born on November 15, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois, Foster was put in the custody of her grandparents and raised on a farm...
4. Pat Woodell Pat Woodell Actress, Petticoat Junction
5. Edward Everett Horton Edward Everett Horton Actor, Arsenic and Old Lace It seemed like Edward Everett Horton appeared in just about every Hollywood comedy made in the 1930s. He was always the perfect counterpart to the great gentlemen and protagonists of the films. Horton was born in Brooklyn, New York City, to Isabella S. (Diack) and Edward Everett Horton, a compositor for the NY Times...
6. Tom Alter Tom Alter Actor, Veer-Zaara Tom Alter, the son and grandson of American Presbyterian missionaries who first came to India in 1916, grew up in north India in the towns of Rajpur and Mussoorie, and studied at Woodstock School. It was while teaching at a school in Jagadhri, Haryana in the early 1970s that Alter picked honed his Hindi and fell in love with the movies...
7. Susan Fleetwood Susan Fleetwood Actress, Sacrifice
8. Michael Strong Michael Strong Actor, Patton While never one of the big names on screen, Michael Strong was one of those excellent method actors who were often compelling to watch. Unsurprisingly, many of Michael's screen characters were typical New Yorkers, whether they be cops or thugs, and he imbued them with an edgy 'in-your-face' intensity that was all his own...
9. Joe Mantell Joe Mantell Actor, Chinatown
10. Helmut Qualtinger Helmut Qualtinger Actor, The Name of the Rose
11. Greg Giraldo Greg Giraldo Self, Comedian
12. Charles Addams Charles Addams Writer, The Addams Family Charles Samuel Addams, or Chill as his friends called him, was born on January 7, 1912, in Westfield, New Jersey. Records show at the time of his birth the Addams' lived on Summit Avenue. They moved several times before taking up permanent residence in 1920 on Elm Street and stayed there until 1947...
13. Louis Guss Louis Guss Actor, Moonstruck
14. Gordon Douglas Gordon Douglas Director, Them! Starting out as a child actor, Gordon Douglas was eventually hired by Hal Roach as a gag writer. His first directorial assignments were for Roach's "Our Gang" series. Graduating to features, Douglas stayed with comedies, directing Oliver Hardy in Zenobia and both Hardy and Stan Laurel in Saps at Sea...
15. Betty Kean Betty Kean Actress, Dreamscape
16. Harold Huber Harold Huber Actor, The Thin Man
17. Chico Wang Chico Wang Director, Un-Natural Sex 11
18. Myles Ferguson Myles Ferguson Actor, Little Criminals
19. Robert Burton Robert Burton Actor, The Big Heat
20. Wieslaw Michnikowski Wieslaw Michnikowski Actor, Seksmisja
21. Ludwig Donath Ludwig Donath Actor, Torn Curtain
22. Billy Mauch Billy Mauch Actor, The Prince and the Pauper
23. Ryûji Saikachi Ryûji Saikachi Actor, Anne of Green Gables
24. Hebe Camargo Hebe Camargo Self, Hebe: Mulher e Amigos
25. Mark Dignam Mark Dignam Actor, Tom Jones
26. Nancy Walters Nancy Walters Actress, Blue Hawaii A former fashion model, Nancy Walters' first film appearance was in Monster on the Campus, then a few years later she had a bigger part as a schoolteacher in the Elvis Presley film Blue Hawaii. After a few more small roles in films, and a spate of guest-starring roles in TV series, she quit show business to concentrate on her work as a Christian minister.
27. Leslie Crowther Leslie Crowther Self, The Saturday Crowd
28. Shûsaku Endô Shûsaku Endô Writer, Silence
29. Lucy Griffiths Lucy Griffiths Actress, Murder She Said
30. Mary Streep Mary Streep Actress, Heartburn
31. Henrietta Burnside Henrietta Burnside Actress, Ladies Should Listen
32. Richard Clayton Richard Clayton Producer, The Tab Hunter Show
33. Stanley Brown Stanley Brown Actor, Sing, Neighbor, Sing
34. Brember Wills Brember Wills Actor, The Old Dark House
35. John Burton John Burton Actor, Foreign Correspondent
36. Lewis Howard Lewis Howard Actor, First Love
37. Alice Field Alice Field Actress, Playtime
38. Paul Jabara Paul Jabara Soundtrack, Bridget Jones's Diary
39. Jane Carr Jane Carr Actress, The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes Jane Carr (b. Dorothy Henrietta "Rita" Brunstrom) was a star of stage, screen and radio. Jane's first husband was James Bickley, a civil engineer, whom she married on 14 September 1931 at the Register Office, Marylebone, London. A London Times article dated 2 December 1936 mentioned that at this time she had been "engaged to Major A...
40. Nao Saejima Nao Saejima Actress, Saejima Nao: Ijo kofun
41. Harriet Hall Harriet Hall Actress, Tribes
42. Shimon Wincelberg Shimon Wincelberg Writer, Have Gun - Will Travel
43. Ludwig Rex Ludwig Rex Actor, Die Sklavenhalter von Kansas-City
44. Betsy Mazursky Betsy Mazursky Actress, Moscow on the Hudson
45. Monty Stratton Monty Stratton Miscellaneous Crew, The Stratton Story
46. W.H. Auden W.H. Auden Writer, Night Mail Author, poet and composer, educated at Oxford University, and a US citizen in 1946. He co-authored the verse plays: "The Dog Beneath the Skin", "The Ascent of F6", and "On the Frontier". His poetry volumes include: "Double Man". "The Shield of Achilles" (National Book Award), "For the Time Being"' "Collected Shorter Poems"...
47. Geoffrey Sumner Geoffrey Sumner Actor, Cul-De-Sac Mustachioed, latterly balding British comic character actor of solid pipe-smoking, plummy-voiced comportment. Educated at Clifton College, he made his debut on the London stage in 1931 (in "Sport of Kings"). Rarely out of work for the remainder of the decade, he also sidelined as a newsreel commentator for British Movietone News and segued into screen acting with ABPC Elstree in 1938...
48. Samuel Armstrong Samuel Armstrong Director, Dumbo
49. Norman Gibson Norman Gibson Actor, Cooley High
50. Solange Badim Solange Badim Actress, Salve Jorge
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