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1. James Brown James Brown Soundtrack, Django Unchained
2. Whitman Mayo Whitman Mayo Actor, Boyz n the Hood Noted for portraying characters older than his actual age, Whitman Mayo was in his early 40s in the early 1970s when he first played the sexagenarian "Grady" on "Sandford & Son" -- a role that popularized the expression "Good Goobily Goop!" Nearly thirty years later his "Grady" role had just about caught up with him in terms of age and...
3. Ted Manson Ted Manson Actor, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
4. Chase Tatum Chase Tatum Actor, Who's Your Caddy?
5. Hiram Keller Hiram Keller Actor, Fellini Satyricon
6. Gregg Burge Gregg Burge Actor, A Chorus Line
7. Fred Crane Fred Crane Actor, Gone with the Wind
8. Deborah Duke Deborah Duke Actress, Sweet Home Alabama
9. Lou Walker Lou Walker Actor, My Cousin Vinny
10. Margaret Mitchell Margaret Mitchell Writer, Gone with the Wind
11. William Diehl William Diehl Writer, Primal Fear William Diehl was born in 1924 in Jamaica, New York. At age 17, he lied about his age to enlist in the Army Air Corps, volunteering for the US Army Corps Aviation Cadet Program. After washing out of pilot school, he served as a ball turret gunner on a B-24 Liberator where he flew 24 missions over Germany during World War II...
12. Carol Mitchell-leon Carol Mitchell-leon Actress, Diary of a Mad Black Woman
13. Bob Hannah Bob Hannah Actor, Driving Miss Daisy
14. Sajan Bhagat Sajan Bhagat Actor, Kids
15. Jordan Williams Jordan Williams Actor, All My Children Originally a carpenter in Chicago, Jordan started on stage there and moved to Atlanta in 1979 and went into voice-overs. Soon he was appearing in fims, writing and moved to L.A. and New York for a while and appeared on numerous daytime dramas.
16. Shayne Kohout Shayne Kohout Actress, Life as We Know It
17. Ben Orr Ben Orr Self, Live Aid Bassist and singer Ben Orr was born Benjamin Orzechowski on September 8, 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio. His Russian and Czechoslovakian parents actively encouraged his musical endeavors. Ben grew up in Lakewood and Parma Heights, Ohio. He played bass, keyboards, and percussion instruments in his teen years...
18. Mary Nell Santacroce Mary Nell Santacroce Actress, Not Without My Daughter She was also the director and the motivating force behind DramaTech, the Georgia Tech drama society in the early 1960s. Due to Mary Nell's theatrical connections, the members of DramaTech were invited to be escorts for the celebrities at the re-release of "Gone with the Wind" at Lowe's Theater in Atlanta in 1961...
19. Ty Cobb Ty Cobb Self, Ty Cobb and Grantland Rice Talk Things Over
20. Harry Ellerbe Harry Ellerbe Actor, House of Usher
21. Thomas Merdis Thomas Merdis Actor, My Cousin Vinny
22. Lewis Grizzard Lewis Grizzard Actor, Oh, Brother
23. Chief Jay Strongbow Chief Jay Strongbow Actor, Micki + Maude "Chief" Jay Strongbow was arguably the most famous, beloved Native American wrestler of all time, and a consistent box office draw. As both a main event and mid-card performer, Strongbow was one of the most reliable, professional wrestlers of his, or any, day. A man who truly loved the wrestling business...
24. Chris Kelly Chris Kelly Self, The 56th Annual Grammy Awards
25. Michael Harvey Michael Harvey Actor, The Forgotten
26. Scott Paul Scott Paul Actor, Wyatt Earp
27. Bobby Jones Bobby Jones Self, How I Play Golf, by Bobby Jones No. 10: 'Trouble Shots' Golfing legend Bobby Jones was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 17, 1903. He began playing golf as a young child, and won his first tournament when he was nine years old. In 1916, at age 14, he made it to the third round of the US National Amateur tournament. Golf was not just a passion with him but almost an obsession...
28. Dick Fisk Dick Fisk Actor, Spokes
29. Tom Wells Tom Wells Composer, Turkeys Away
30. Daniel Burnley Daniel Burnley Actor, Footloose
31. Cotton Watts Cotton Watts Actress, Yes Sir, Mr. Bones
32. John Lawhorn John Lawhorn Actor, Madea's Family Reunion John Lawhorn may not be a familiar name, but a familiar face, particularly among Atlanta theatre patrons; he has appeared in Alliance Theatre productions of "To Kill a Mockingbird", and the August Wilson plays "Two Trains Running", "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom", "The Piano Lesson", and "Jitney". In addition to numerous television credits...
33. Vivian Malone Vivian Malone Self, Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment
34. Hamilton Jordan Hamilton Jordan Self, Episode dated 30 October 2005
35. Hosea Williams Hosea Williams Uncategorised
36. Skip Caray Skip Caray Self, The NBA on TBS Skip Caray was a one of the Atlanta Braves baseball broadcast announcers. He was the son of the legendary Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, and and former St Louis Cardinals broadcaster, Harry Caray. Skip Caray worked for the Atlanta Braves broadcasting crew from 1976 to through September 2007. Skip's son Chip...
37. Kermit Echols Kermit Echols Actor, Grizzly
38. John Ehrlichman John Ehrlichman Self, John Ehrlichman
39. Consuela Lee Morehead Consuela Lee Morehead Soundtrack, School Daze
40. Steve Fox Steve Fox Actor, Flashpoint
41. Andrew Gaines Andrew Gaines Self, Donna Summer: From Disco to Diva
42. Philip Nutman Philip Nutman Producer, The Girl Next Door
43. Marc Clement Marc Clement Actor, Mississippi Burning
44. Lindsey Nelson Lindsey Nelson Self, 1985 Cotton Bowl
45. Dorothy La Bostrie Dorothy La Bostrie Soundtrack, Cocktail
46. Chuck Willis Chuck Willis Soundtrack, Primal Fear Chuck Willis was an R & B singer songwriter who crossed over into pop in the mid 1950s. He had hit recordings with "Oh What a Dream", "It's Too Late", "C.C. Rider", "Hang Up My Rock & Roll Shoes", "Betty and Dupree" and "What Am I Living For". He wrote and first recorded "I Feel So Bad" which was a 1961 worldwide million seller for Elvis Presley...
47. Maxwell Scott Anderson Maxwell Scott Anderson Self, Southern Comfort
48. Cody W. Hampton Cody W. Hampton Actor, Elvis and Me
49. Johnny Rahm Johnny Rahm Actor, All About Steve
50. Hugh Jarrett Hugh Jarrett Actor, Resting Place
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