8 names.

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1. Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock Director, Psycho Alfred Hitchcock was the son of East End greengrocer William Hitchcock and his wife, Emma Jane (Whelan). His parents were both of half English and half Irish ancestry. Raised as a strict Catholic and attending Saint Ignatius College, a school run by Jesuits, Hitch had very much of a regular upbringing...
2. Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan Actor, Kings Row Ronald Reagan is, arguably, the most successful actor in history, having catapulted from a career as a Warner Bros. contract player and later television star into the governorship of California and two terms as President of the United States. The young Reagan was a staunch admirer of President Franklin D. Roosevelt (even after he evolved into a Republican) and was a Democrat in the 1940s...
3. Majel Barrett Majel Barrett Actress, General Hospital
4. Peggy Lee Peggy Lee Soundtrack, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Peggy Lee was Born Norma Dolores Egstrom in Jamestown, North Dakota, on May 26, 1920. At age four her mother died. Peggy's father, a railroad station agent, remarried but later left home, leaving Peggy's care entrusted to a stepmother who physically abused her. Peggy later memorialized this in the calypso number "One Beating a Day"...
5. Alma Reville Alma Reville Writer, Shadow of a Doubt
6. Vic Mizzy Vic Mizzy Soundtrack, The Addams Family
7. Robert Gottschalk Robert Gottschalk Producer, Dangerous Charter He bought an interest in a camera shop and later got to know a nearby outfit that made underwater filming equipment for Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Equipment restrictions at the time made wide-angle filming difficult, and Gottschalk began experimenting with anamorphic lens equipment patented by Henri Chrétien...
8. William Fadiman William Fadiman Producer, Jubal William J. Fadiman, longtime Hollywood story editor, literary critic and producer, was educated at the University of Wisconsin and the Sorbonne. While still in college he wrote a literary game called "Poetic Posers" that was published regularly in the New York Herald. From the 1940s to the 1970s he supervised script development and story editors at several major studios...
8 names.