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1. Alice Drummond Alice Drummond Actress, Doubt Veteran character actress Alice Drummond was born May 21, 1928 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island to Sarah Irene (née Alker), a secretary, and Arthur Ruyter, an auto mechanic. She graduated from Pembroke College (Brown University) in 1950. She is best remembered as the frightened librarian at the beginning of Ghostbusters...
2. Soupy Sales Soupy Sales Self, The Match Game
3. Theresa Merritt Theresa Merritt Actress, Billy Madison
4. Roger Hill Roger Hill Actor, One Life to Live
5. Ralph Forbes Ralph Forbes Actor, Twentieth Century Ralph Forbes had other ideas than the family wish for him to seek a career in law or the navy. He became interested in acting and began stage work in England. By 1917, he had come to the US to get his feet wet in the film medium with his first silent that year. But he returned to the UK to work in the early British film industry from 1921 to 1926...
6. La Lupe La Lupe Soundtrack, The Birdcage Well known for her high level of camp and her energetic performances, La Lupe was one of the Spanish-language world's greatest performance. Born in Cuba to a poor family, La Lupe began her life as a schoolteacher in Havana at her father's request. However music was in her blood, and against his wishes she entered a singing competition on the radio where she won first place...
7. Vasiliki Maliaros Vasiliki Maliaros Actress, The Exorcist
8. Chris Lighty Chris Lighty Producer, Get Rich or Die Tryin'
9. Rick Petrucelli Rick Petrucelli Actor, Annie Hall
10. John Tyrrell John Tyrrell Actor, Loco Boy Makes Good John Tyrrell entered show business at the age of 16 as half of the vaudeville dance team of Tyrrell and Mack. The act became very successful, and for the next ten years they played engagements all over the country and secured billing as featured players in the famous revue "George White's Scandals." As vaudeville began to wane...
11. Toshia Mori Toshia Mori Actress, The Bitter Tea of General Yen
12. Joe Fleishaker Joe Fleishaker Actor, Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV
13. Gene Colan Gene Colan Writer, Blade II Long-time comic book artist, perhaps best known for his work at Marvel. At that company, Gene drew a revival of the Sub-Mariner in the mid-1960s; took over from artist Don Heck on Iron Man; took over from John Romita Sr. on Daredevil; spent time drawing Captain America; and launched a successful Marvel adaptation of Dracula...
14. Laslo Benedek Laslo Benedek Director, The Wild One Laslo Benedek was brought to Hollywood from Hungary--where he had been a writer, editor and photographer--by MGM, and his first few films were undistinguished programmers. His third, however, was quite a bit better: Death of a Salesman, the screen version of Arthur Miller's classic play. Although trashed by critics at the time for...
15. Eddie Carmel Eddie Carmel Actor, The Brain That Wouldn't Die Eddie Carmel's abnormal growth started when he was a teenager. He suffered from acromegaly because of a pituitary gland tumor that was incurable at the time. As an adult, the only work he could find involved exploiting his freakishness. With his best friend, Irwin Sherman, they worked together as stand-up comedians in New York...
16. Howard 'Sandman' Sims Howard 'Sandman' Sims Self, No Maps on My Taps
17. Thomas Bermingham Thomas Bermingham Miscellaneous Crew, The Exorcist
18. Alan Novak Alan Novak Actor, Alice in Wonderland: An X-Rated Musical Fantasy
19. Ivan Reiner Ivan Reiner Writer, War Between the Planets
20. Tami Mauriello Tami Mauriello Actor, On the Waterfront
21. Fiorello LaGuardia Fiorello LaGuardia Self, Some Opinions on Hoover Board's Dry Law Report
22. Phil Foglia Phil Foglia Actor, A Bronx Tale
23. Andrew Stroud Andrew Stroud Soundtrack, The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
24. Richard Waring Richard Waring Actor, Mr. Skeffington
25. Robert Dahdah Robert Dahdah Actor, Three Days of the Condor
26. Reginald Beane Reginald Beane Actor, The Time of Your Life Reginald Beane, an actor and pianist who made his stage debut with Ethel Waters in 'Mamba's Daughters' and later became her accompanist and arranger throughout her singing career. He died Sunday April 14, 1985 at his home in the Bronx. He was 63 years old. Mr. Beane was just 16 when, through Miss Waters's influence...
27. Elisabeth Sanxay Holding Elisabeth Sanxay Holding Writer, The Deep End Born and brought up in Brooklyn, New York, Elisabeth Sanxay attended Miss Whitcombe's and other schools for young ladies before marrying British diplomat George E. Holding in 1913. The couple had two daughters and traveled widely in South America and the Caribbean before living in Bermuda for a number of years...
28. Luther Davis Luther Davis Writer, Kismet
29. Elizabeth Owens Elizabeth Owens Actress, Mr. Deeds Elizabeth Owens was born Irma Schneider in Brooklyn, NY. Her parents were Sophie Yadlovker/Jadlovkier Schneider, an immigrant from Vilna, Lithuania, and Benjamin J. Schneider, an immigrant from Vienna, Austria. At age 16, Irma Schneider became an emancipated minor, moving to Manhattan to attend acting school at the Neighborhood Playhouse...
30. Chad Brown Chad Brown Self, Poker After Dark
31. Charles Richman Charles Richman Actor, Dark Victory
32. Anthony O'Sullivan Anthony O'Sullivan Actor, Old Offenders
33. Daniel Berrigan Daniel Berrigan Self, Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train Father Daniel J. Berrigan, S.J. died at the age of 95 on April 30, 2016. Colman McCarthy, former columnist for the Washington Post, called Berrigan "a major figure in the radical left of the 1960s and 1970s," who died at a Jesuit residence at Fordham University in the Bronx. Known as a poet and non-violent activist...
34. Glenn Hunter Glenn Hunter Actor, Grit
35. Michelette Burani Michelette Burani Actress, Enter Madame!
36. Robert Hughes Robert Hughes Self, Crumb
37. Ruth Morley Ruth Morley Costume Designer, Taxi Driver
38. Reuben Singer Reuben Singer Actor, Author! Author!
39. Ted Brown Ted Brown Actor, Across the Board
40. Bob Howard Bob Howard Actor, Murder with Music
41. John Sahag John Sahag Makeup Department, Year of the Dragon
42. Harry Sosnik Harry Sosnik Music Department, The Ernie Kovacs Show
43. Tony Amato Tony Amato Self, Amato: A Love Affair with Opera Anthony Amato was born on July 21, 1920 in Minori, Campania, Italy. He met his future wife, Sally Amato, while performing in a musical comedy production at the Papermill Playhouse in New Jersey. They were married in 1945. In 1948, Tony and Sally opened the Amato Opera Theater in the basement of Our Lady of Pompeii Church in Greenwich Village...
44. George Hamlin George Hamlin Actor, Zelig
45. Vertamae Grosvenor Vertamae Grosvenor Actress, Beloved
46. Lucia Lynn Moses Lucia Lynn Moses Actress, The Scar of Shame
47. Tanny McDonald Tanny McDonald Actress, Hercules in New York
48. Chrissy Bocchino Chrissy Bocchino Miscellaneous Crew, Beetlejuice
49. James Cavanaugh James Cavanaugh Soundtrack, G.I. Joe: Retaliation Songwriter ("Mississippi Mud", "I Like Mountain Music", "You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You", "Christmas in Killarney") and author, educated in public schools, then a writer of vaudeville material, collaborating with John Redmond, Nat Simon, Frank Weldon, Vincent Rose, Larry Stock, Dick Robertson and Harry Barris...
50. Kase 2 Kase 2 Self, Style Wars
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