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1. Susan Tyrrell Susan Tyrrell Actress, Cry-Baby A bizarre, gloriously one-of-a-kind Hollywood gypsy and self-affirmed outcast, San Francisco-born actress Susan Tyrrell (born Susan Jillian Creamer) was a teenager when she made her stage debut in "Time Out for Ginger" in 1962. A product of the entertainment industry, her father was a top agent at one time with the William Morris firm...
2. Roy Garber Roy Garber Self, Giant Pains in the Ass
3. Richard LeParmentier Richard LeParmentier Actor, Star Wars Star Wars was Richard LeParmentier's third film after moving to Britain from the United States in 1974. Richard has appeared in over fifty films and TV shows. He now lives in Bath, UK, and works as a screenwriter. He is currently developing a comedy-drama series for the BBC and is writing a feature film.
4. Zachary Scott Zachary Scott Actor, Mildred Pierce American leading man of suave or sinister roles. A collateral relative of George Washington and William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson, Scott was the son of a wealthy surgeon. Intending to follow his father into medicine, Scott studied at the University of Texas, but found he preferred the theater. He dropped out of college and signed on as a cabin boy on a freighter bound for England...
5. Paul A. Partain Paul A. Partain Actor, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Paul Alan Partain was born on November 22, 1946 in Austin, Texas. Paul first started acting in his junior high school days; he was a member of the drama club and acted on a regular basis in school plays. Partain served in the United States Navy during the Vietnam war. After finishing his tour of duty...
6. Robert Jacks Robert Jacks Actor, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation
7. Peter Marquardt Peter Marquardt Actor, El mariachi
8. Robert Shaw Robert Shaw Actor, Time After Time
9. Christopher Joy Christopher Joy Actor, Up in Smoke
10. Lou Perryman Lou Perryman Actor, Poltergeist Excellent and engaging Texas-born character actor Lou Perryman never became a household name, but he still nonetheless proved to be a substantial and delightful asset to the handful of movies he appeared in throughout the years. Perryman first became involved in the film business back in 1961 while on leave from the US Army...
11. James A. Michener James A. Michener Writer, South Pacific
12. Warren Skaaren Warren Skaaren Writer, Batman
13. Terry Gilkyson Terry Gilkyson Soundtrack, The Jungle Book
14. Ann Richards Ann Richards Self, Ann Richards' Texas
15. Louis Mackey Louis Mackey Self, Waking Life
16. Marjorie Weaver Marjorie Weaver Actress, Young Mr. Lincoln This saucy and engaging Tennessee born-and-bred brunette beauty came into the world on March 2, 1913, the daughter of John Thomas Weaver and Ellen Martin, both non-professionals. She attended private and high schools while growing up and attended the University of Kentucky and the University of Indiana...
17. Marilyn Buferd Marilyn Buferd Actress, Touchez Pas au Grisbi
18. Ken Evert Ken Evert Actor, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
19. Leslie Denison Leslie Denison Actor, The Snow Creature
20. Richard 'Cactus' Pryor Richard 'Cactus' Pryor Actor, The Green Berets
21. John Christensen John Christensen Actor, Waking Life
22. Lady Bird Johnson Lady Bird Johnson Self, The Presidential Tour Claudia "Lady Bird" Johnson, the wife of Lyndon Johnson, the 36th President of the U.S., was one of the most prominent First Ladies in American history. Though Eleanor Roosevelt, Nancy Reagan Reagan and Hillary Rodham Clinton exercised more power, and Jacqueline Kennedy and Dolly Madison were more glamorous...
23. John Henry Faulk John Henry Faulk Actor, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
24. Molly Ivins Molly Ivins Self, Dildo Diaries
25. Romanthony Romanthony Actor, Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem
26. Tomi Barrett Tomi Barrett Actress, The Forest
27. T.J. McFarland T.J. McFarland Actor, Where the Heart Is
28. Sally Ann Richards Sally Ann Richards Actress, Please, Don't Feed the Astronauts
29. Roger Gentry Roger Gentry Actor, The Ramrodder Having been born in Texas, he graduated from High School in Kerrville, Texas and went to the University of Texas at Austin in the Navy ROTC program. He also says he played football in the early 50s for UTexas and claims one knee was injured in a Texas football game in the early 1950s. He speaks Russian from a stint in the military...
30. Don Walser Don Walser Soundtrack, Secondhand Lions
31. Buddy Miles Buddy Miles Soundtrack, Remember the Titans
32. Pinetop Perkins Pinetop Perkins Soundtrack, Benny & Joon
33. Alex Nixon Alex Nixon Actor, Waking Life
34. Bud Shrake Bud Shrake Writer, Tom Horn
35. Steve Flanagin Steve Flanagin Actor, The Life of David Gale
36. Karen Kuykendall Karen Kuykendall Actress, Deep in the Heart
37. Charles Whitman Charles Whitman Uncategorised
38. Elberta Hunter Elberta Hunter Actress, Red Headed Stranger
39. Maricela Ochoa Maricela Ochoa Actress, Mercury Rising
40. Joseph Jones Joseph Jones Actor, Slacker
41. Richard Lane Richard Lane Self, Paper Lion
42. Mel Pape Mel Pape Actor, Caddyshack
43. Clancy Carlile Clancy Carlile Writer, Honkytonk Man His father was half Cherokee, and he was born on a Choctaw Indian reservation. He worked in Texas picking cotton until his sharecropper family moved to California to pick fruit. He began writing while in the Army during the Korean War and later received a Master's degree from San Francisco State University...
44. Cathryn Caviness Cathryn Caviness Actress, The Blood of Jesus Beautiful, graceful, bright eyed Cathryn Caviness gave a dramatic, heartfelt, moving performance in Spencer Williams, "Blood of Jesus" in 1941. The movie was about religion, a woman who is between evil and good, she heeds the consequences of the two and in the end finds the best way to live her life...
45. Steven Beard Steven Beard Self, Millionaire Murder
46. Barbara Jordan Barbara Jordan Self, The Statue of Liberty
47. Ted Kazanoff Ted Kazanoff Actor, Causa Mortis
48. Alan Pappe Alan Pappe Camera and Electrical Department, Lone Star
49. William S. Baker William S. Baker Music Department, The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant Composer, conductor, songwriter, pianist and arranger, educated to the high-school level, but later taking over music directorships on varied television programs. He was also a night-club pianist. Joining ASCAP in 1957, his popular-song compositions include "Too Much", and "Stop, Look and Run".
50. Darrell Royal Darrell Royal Self, 1959 Cotton Bowl
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