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1. Tom Clancy Tom Clancy Writer, The Hunt for Red October Tom Clancy became one of the best-selling writers of the late 20th and early 21st Centuries, starting with the publication of his 1984 thriller, The Hunt for Red October. Born in Baltimore to a U.S. Post Office employee and his wife on April 12, 1947, Clancy graduated from Loyola Blakefield, a Catholic private high school...
2. Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe Writer, Spirits of the Dead Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19, 1809, in Boston, Massachusetts. His father, named David Poe Jr., and his mother, named Elizabeth Arnold Hopkins Poe, were touring actors. Both parents died in 1811, and Poe became an orphan before he was 3 years old. He was adopted by John Allan, a tobacco merchant in Richmond...
3. Robert F. Chew Robert F. Chew Actor, Something the Lord Made
4. Patricia Breslin Patricia Breslin Actress, General Hospital Pat made her TV debut as "Juliet" in the NBC-TV production, Romeo and Juliet, in 1952. After graduating from a convent school in New Rochelle, New York, she enrolled in the College of New Rochelle, where she played leading roles in plays. She graduated with a B.A. in psychology. During the next few years...
5. Gordon Scott Gordon Scott Actor, Tarzan and the Trappers Physical Education major Gordon Weschkul left the University of Oregon after one term. He became an infantry drill instructor (rifle, pistol and bayonet; judo and hand-to-hand combat; close order drill), then a military policeman. After his honorable discharge in 1947, he was a fireman, cowboy, and farm machinery salesman...
6. Tamara Dobson Tamara Dobson Actress, Cleopatra Jones
7. Norman 'Chubby' Chaney Norman 'Chubby' Chaney Actor, Shivering Shakespeare
8. Johnny Eck Johnny Eck Actor, Freaks Johnny Eck was born John Echkardt, twenty minutes after his twin brother Robert. The boys entered the sideshow circuit at the age of 12, where John was billed as "Johnny Eck, The Half-boy." Johnny went on to play a role in Tod Browning's Freaks before returning with his brother to Baltimore...
9. Hilda Vaughn Hilda Vaughn Actress, Dinner at Eight Thin and tart-tongued, Baltimore-born theater actress Hilda Vaughn, had a decade of intense activity at the beginning of the sound period, mainly at MGM. Although she always played a pleb (a maid, a charwoman, a governess, a saleswoman, a slavey, ...) and never a patrician, the characters she embodied did not lack ...
10. Jean Hill Jean Hill Actress, Desperate Living
11. Ben Slack Ben Slack Actor, Murder in the First
12. Leslie Glass Leslie Glass Actress, Vampire Vixens from Venus Leslie Glass was a ring girl at boxing matches when she was noticed by Penthouse magazine. She did several layouts for them in 1993 and then a few months later began her career in porn, signing with Vivid Video. Sadly, she was diagnosed with cancer in 1998, and passed away from the disease in 2000.
13. Antoine Ashley Antoine Ashley Self, The Snatch Game
14. Art Modell Art Modell Self, Jim Brown: All American
15. DeAndre McCullough DeAndre McCullough Actor, Reformation
16. John Seitz John Seitz Actor, Another World
17. Steve Waters Steve Waters Actor, Pink Flamingos
18. Donald Symington Donald Symington Actor, Annie Hall
19. Jonathan Segal Jonathan Segal Actor, Great Expectations
20. Nancy Claster Nancy Claster Soundtrack, Memories of Matsuko
21. Francis Scott Key Francis Scott Key Soundtrack, The Dark Knight Rises Francis Scott Key was born to Ann Phoebe Penn Dogworthy and Captain James Ross Key at the family plantation Terra Rubra on August 1, 1779 in Frederick, Maryland. His father was a lawyer, judge, and officer in the Continental Army and his great grandparents Philip Key and Susanna Barton Gardiner where both born in England and immigrated to America in 1726...
22. Paul Swift Paul Swift Actor, Pink Flamingos
23. Sammy Ross Sammy Ross Actor, The War Lord
24. Schuster Vance Schuster Vance Stunts, Live Free or Die Hard
25. Ogden Nash Ogden Nash Writer, The Wizard of Oz
26. John Dos Passos John Dos Passos Writer, The Devil Is a Woman Major American "Lost Generation" writer, probably best known for his _USA Trilogy_ (1938).
27. Susan Walsh Susan Walsh Actress, Pink Flamingos
28. Dorothy Caruso Dorothy Caruso Writer, The Great Caruso
29. Thomas Wolfe Thomas Wolfe Writer, Look Homeward, Angel
30. H.L. Mencken H.L. Mencken Writer, Mitzi & Mencken
31. John Money John Money Self, Animal Passions
32. William Joseph Brookes William Joseph Brookes Actor, Alchimie
33. Neil H. Swanson Neil H. Swanson Writer, Unconquered Neil Hermon Swanson was born on 30 June, 1896, at Minneapolis, Minnesota, the son of Hermon M. and Eda C. Swanson. Both his father and mother, who married around 1893, were Swedish immigrants that had come to America as children in 1873. His father operated a fuel business in St Paul, Minnesota, that sold wood and coal and later managed a fruit orchard in Minnetonka, Minnesota...
34. Chuck Brown Chuck Brown Soundtrack, Crazy, Stupid, Love. Chuck Brown is considered the pioneer and fundamental force behind a style of music called Go-Go. Go-Go music incorporates Funk, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Blues, Soul, R & B and Dancehall music. This music is mostly known of and performed in the Nation's Capital, Washington, D.C. but has grown national attention most recently in part to the contributions of Chuck Brown and his band "The Soul Searchers"...
35. Tom McCrory Tom McCrory Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Black Hole
36. Chick Webb Chick Webb Soundtrack, When Harry Met Sally...
37. Albert C. Gannaway Albert C. Gannaway Director, Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer
38. James M. Gavin James M. Gavin Miscellaneous Crew, The Longest Day James M. Gavin, grew up in Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, and ran away from home in his early teen years, never to return. He was commissioned into the Infantry after graduating from the US Military Academy in 1929. Promoted Brigadier General in 1943, he was one of the youngest generals in US Army history since George Armstrong Custer during the American Civil War...
39. Richard Ben Cramer Richard Ben Cramer Writer, RKO 281
40. Michael Myerberg Michael Myerberg Producer, Patterns
41. Christopher Legg Christopher Legg Actor, The Ghost of Greville Lodge
42. Robert Pittard Robert Pittard Actor, Andy Hardy's Double Life
43. Alexander Haig Alexander Haig Self, Our Time in Hell: The Korean War Nixon's Chief of Staff, 1973-74. Finally urged Nixon to resign. NATO Commander from 1975 to 1979. Secretary of State for Ronald Reagan. Got himself in hot water after the assassination attempt against the President in March 1981 when he appeared in the Press Room in the White House and announced "As of now...
44. Joey Magliano Joey Magliano Actor, WCW Halloween Havoc 1995
45. Marjorie King Marjorie King Actress, Jack and Jilted
46. Kyle Rote Kyle Rote Self, Football's Mighty Mustang
47. James Schlesinger James Schlesinger Self, Cold War: Brezhnev's Kremlin
48. Frederic Arnold Kummer Frederic Arnold Kummer Writer, The Belgian American author, playwright and screen writer Frederic Arnold Kummer was born on 5 August, 1873 at Cantonsville, Maryland, to Arnold and Mary Morris Kummer. His father, who had emigrated from Germany in 1859 and had fought in the American Civil War, was part owner of Kummer & Becker, a banking and brokerage house in Baltimore that also acted as agents for the North German Lloyd Steamship Line...
49. Damon Harris Damon Harris Self, Save the Children
50. Robert H. Goddard Robert H. Goddard Uncategorised
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