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1. Kim Chan Kim Chan Actor, The Fifth Element Born in China, Kim Chan fled China in 1928 with his father Lem and two older sisters. Settling first in Rhode Island, then in New York, Kim left his family after his father caught him lying about an afternoon spent at the cinema. Faced with an ultimatum, Kim left for years as a day laborer, occasionally homeless, frequently sleeping on vermin-infested ironing boards...
2. John Costelloe John Costelloe Actor, Doubt
3. Lori Alexia Lori Alexia Actress, Lex Steele XXX 5 Lori Alexia was born Lora Ann Evans on March 2, 1980 in Barbados. Alexia moved to Hawaii when she was seven and lived in Hawaii until she was twelve. The short (just under 5'2"), but buxom and shapely beauty started out in the adult entertainment industry as a dancer at gentleman's clubs and soon thereafter began touring the United States...
4. Harry Endo Harry Endo Actor, Over Fifty? Steal
5. Curtis McClarin Curtis McClarin Actor, The Happening
6. Polly Platt Polly Platt Producer, Pretty Baby
7. Jean Michel Basquiat Jean Michel Basquiat Self, Downtown 81
8. Ned Vizzini Ned Vizzini Writer, It's Kind of a Funny Story
9. Aaron Swartz Aaron Swartz Self, Steal This Film
10. Al Goldstein Al Goldstein Self, Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy
11. Lenard Selichikov Lenard Selichikov Actor, Folks Mr.Selichikov's first passion was dancing. As a child he enjoyed performing for friends and family whenever & wherever he could but after a fall during a summer vacation he had irreparably damaged his leg and was unable to dance the way he used to. An avid movie watcher, he and his sister would go every week to the local Saturday serial films...
12. Julius Rock Julius Rock Thanks, Chris Rock: Never Scared
13. Asap Yams Asap Yams Self, A$AP Rocky, Swizz Beatz, Bun B
14. Alan Dale Alan Dale Self, The Alan Dale Show The man many consider to have possessed the greatest voice ever in popular music, Alan Dale had a career that spanned three decades and 16 record labels. At age 17 he was a big-band vocalist, first with Carmen Cavallaro, then George Paxton. In 1948 he achieved stardom via CBS' musical quiz show Sing It Again (this is the program referred to in the James Stewart film Pot o' Gold))...
15. Ruth Maleczech Ruth Maleczech Actress, Sleepers
16. Joseph Brodsky Joseph Brodsky Writer, Khrustalyov, My Car! Joseph Brodsky was a Nobel Prize-winning Russian-Jewish poet, writer, director and translator, who was arrested and prosecuted by the Soviet regime before his emigration. He was born Joseph Aleksandrovich Brodsky on May 24, 1940 in Leningrad (St. Petersburg, Russia). He survived the Nazi siege of Leningrad during WWII...
17. Norris Mailer Norris Mailer Actress, The Executioner's Song
18. Jonathan P. Hicks Jonathan P. Hicks Actor, Boomerang
19. Olga Barbato Olga Barbato Actress, Broadway Danny Rose
20. Evan Thompson Evan Thompson Actor, Part One
21. Peter D. Gelles Peter D. Gelles Producer, Abandon
22. Eddie Hazel Eddie Hazel Soundtrack, Where the Truth Lies Eddie Hazel was born April 10, 1950 in Brooklyn, New York. He died December 23, 1992 in Plainfield, New Jersey. When he was eight years old, his older brother, Sonny, gave him a guitar for Christmas. Self-taught, by age twelve, he was winning guitar contests in Plainfield. Most of the guitarists played R&B music...
23. Mr. Magic Mr. Magic Soundtrack, Notorious
24. Eugene Smith Eugene Smith Actor, Guiding Light Eugene Smith was born in New York City in 1926. He made his acting debut in the Equity Library Production of Goodnews. He was in Broadway's "South Pacific", "Fragile Fox", "Buck White", and "Forty Carats". He was also in Off Broadway plays, such as, "Friend of the Corpse", "When Strawberries Grew on Apple Trees"...
25. Lois Raebeck Lois Raebeck Actress, All the Ships at Sea
26. Robert Cunniff Robert Cunniff Writer, Woody Allen
27. Eugene Glynn Eugene Glynn Thanks, Tell Them Anything You Want: A Portrait of Maurice Sendak
28. Norman Tate Norman Tate Animation Department, Pinocchio
29. Buster Brown Buster Brown Soundtrack, American Graffiti Georgia-born Buster Brown began his musical career in his early 20s by playing harmonica at local dance clubs, and he made a few recordings in the 1940s. He moved to New York in the 1950s, and was eventually signed by Fire Records. He recorded the song he is best known for, "Fannie Mae", in 1959, when he was almost 50...
30. Jonathan Schell Jonathan Schell Self, My Lai
31. John W. Bratton John W. Bratton Soundtrack, The 6th Day
32. Cedar Walton Cedar Walton Music Department, She's Gotta Have It
33. Joseph Rosen Joseph Rosen Uncategorised
34. Daryl Robinson Daryl Robinson Self, Tequila Darryl Robinson, better-known as "DR Mixologist", was the star of Drink Up on The Cooking Channel, where he spirited you away to a world of colorful cocktails from around the world. Darryl shook and stirred his way to center stage of the rapidly-emerging cocktail culture with his engaging and flavorful personality, and innovative mixology talents...
35. Sol Schiff Sol Schiff Self, Going Places with Lowell Thomas, #39
36. Walter Jones Walter Jones Actor, The Story of a Kiss
37. Mauricio Smith Mauricio Smith Actor, Desi Arnaz/Desi Arnaz, Jr.
38. Roxanna Floyd Roxanna Floyd Make-Up Department, Contact
39. Jim Neu Jim Neu Actor, The Big Blue
40. F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre Thanks, The Woman with the Hungry Eyes
41. Dewey Redman Dewey Redman Self, Ornette: Made in America
42. Hopeton Lewis Hopeton Lewis Soundtrack, Good Vibrations
43. Junior Junior Uncategorised
44. Vincent Mangano Vincent Mangano Uncategorised
45. Maxwell Held Maxwell Held Cinematographer, Love's Law
46. Peter Erkelenz Peter Erkelenz Actor, Schüsse an der Grenze
47. Rusty Kanokogi Rusty Kanokogi Actress, Blue in the Face
48. George Higgins George Higgins Actor, The Golden Coach
49. Niles Ford Niles Ford Actor, Another Building Dancing # 2 Savoneta
50. Sidney Zion Sidney Zion Self, The Walker Report
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