24 names.

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1. Evel Knievel Evel Knievel Self, Viva Knievel!
2. Bert Rumsey Bert Rumsey Actor, Gunsmoke Burtis Harwood Rumsey was born in Butte, Montana on 15 Oct 1892 to Burtis Harwood Rumsey and Hannah Cummins who both died between 1904 and 1910. Burtis married Dona Grace (Douglas) Benneche. He preceded her in death on 6 July 1968 at the Motion Picture Home, Woodland Hills, California and was buried in the Cherokee Memorial Park Cemetery, Lodi, California...
3. David Early David Early Actor, The Silence of the Lambs
4. Matt Crowley Matt Crowley Actor, The Edge of Night
5. Jimmy Roberts Jimmy Roberts Self, The Lawrence Welk Show
6. Angelo Dundee Angelo Dundee Self, Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee
7. Connie Haines Connie Haines Self, Record Party Popular dark-haired "Big Band" singer Connie Haines may have been petite in size (less than 5' tall) but she possessed a sturdy set of pipes to compensate and was adored by her large fan base during the swinging war years. Performing alongside an equally young Frank Sinatra in both the Harry James and Tommy Dorsey bands way back when...
8. Olga Petrova Olga Petrova Actress, Daughter of Destiny British born Olga Petrova was born Muriel Harding on 10th May 1884 in England. She first made her film debut in Russia playing the role of Sofja Andreevna in Yakov Protazanov's 'Departure of a Grand Old Man' in 1912, she arrived in America around 1913 to appear on vaudeville and in the dramatic Broadway theatres...
9. Helen Ferguson Helen Ferguson Actress, Just Pals Illinois-born Helen Ferguson is thought to have made her film debut at age 13 in 1914, although her first recorded credits are in 1917. She played opposite such action stars as Hoot Gibson and Harry Carey, and when she went to Fox in the early 1920s to star opposite Buck Jones, her career really took off...
10. Ted Osborne Ted Osborne Actor, The Declaration of Independence Ted Osborne appeared in scores of programs from radio's "Golden Age", such as "X Minus One", "Inner Sanctum Mysteries", the "Shadow", the "Mysterious Traveler", the "Whistler", and "Suspense". In addition to appearing in many episodes of the latter series, Mr. Osborne also played its host/narrator, "The Man in Black", early in the run, in 1942-1943.
11. Alfredo Antonini Alfredo Antonini Music Department, Air Power Composer, conductor, music director for CBS-TV, educated at the Royal Conservatory in Milan. He came to the USA in 1929, and became an American citizen in 1938. He was an accompanist for Ferrari Fontana. He conducted the orchestra for WOR, New York, and was the music director for the Tampa (Florida) Philharmonic since 1957...
12. Don Tracy Don Tracy Writer, Criss Cross
13. Jack Drumier Jack Drumier Actor, The Man Who Called After Dark
14. Louis Willoughby Louis Willoughby Actor, Fantee
15. Casey Viator Casey Viator Self, The Comeback
16. Bert Dodson Bert Dodson Actor, Riders of the Whistling Pines Bert Dodson started out in show business as a member of the western band The Light Crust Doughboys. He later ended up working at a radio station with Fred S. Martin and Jerry Scoggins. The three became friends and formed the musical group The Cass County Boys, in which Bert played the bass, Fred played the accordion and Jerry played the guitar...
17. Noel Maree Noel Maree Actress, Contact from Beyond
18. Barton Mumaw Barton Mumaw Miscellaneous Crew, Kismet
19. Johnny Bos Johnny Bos Self, Cornered: A Life Caught in the Ring
20. Margaret Daum Margaret Daum Actress, The Pirates of Penzance
21. Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Self, Signs of the Time
22. Douglas Storer Douglas Storer Producer, Believe It or Not
23. Frank Ryerson Frank Ryerson Soundtrack, Running with Scissors
24. Ashley C. McKinley Ashley C. McKinley Self, With Byrd at the South Pole
24 names.