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1. Leslie Nielsen Leslie Nielsen Actor, The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! Leslie William Nielsen was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, and raised in Tulita (formerly Fort Norman), Northwest Territories. His mother, Mabel Elizabeth (Davies), was Welsh. His father, Ingvard Eversen Nielsen, was a Danish-born Mountie and a strict disciplinarian. Leslie studied at the Academy of Radio Arts in Toronto before moving on to New York's Neighborhood Playhouse...
2. Jackie Gleason Jackie Gleason Actor, The Hustler Comedian, actor, composer and conductor, educated in New York public schools. He was a master of ceremonies in amateur shows, a carnival barker, daredevil driver and a disc jockey., and later a comedian in night clubs. By the mid-1950s he had turned to writing original music and recording a series of popular and best-selling albums with his orchestra for Capitol Records...
3. Dennis Cole Dennis Cole Actor, The Young and the Restless A virile, beefcake blond of the late 1960s and 1970s small screen, Dennis Cole certainly had it all going for him, but tragic circumstances prevented an all-out successful career. A rugged TV version of Robert Redford, his tan, chiseled, surfer-fit looks were ideally suited for crime action and adventure stories and he gained ground by appearing everywhere -- daytime soaps...
4. Shirley Patterson Shirley Patterson Actress, It! The Terror from Beyond Space
5. Dovima Dovima Actress, Funny Face
6. Evie Wynn Johnson Evie Wynn Johnson Self, Tyrone Power: The Last Idol
7. Gavin Muir Gavin Muir Actor, Night Tide Hailing from Chicago (his birth has also been noted as late as 1907 which to the purpose would be too late), Gavin Muir had that sort of lean and hungry John Carradine face and slight build that begged for character villain parts. Indeed he was bit by the acting bug and started in regional theater but jumped to Broadway by 1920...
8. Eve Smith Eve Smith Actress, Romancing the Stone
9. June Clyde June Clyde Actress, A Study in Scarlet
10. Dave Thomas Dave Thomas Self, History on a Bun Born during the Depression to a dirt-poor single mother in Atlantic City. New Jersey, Dave Thomas was adopted as an infant by a traveling construction worker and his wife. Moving out on his own at age 15, Thomas held a succession of jobs in the food industry, starting out as a busboy and working his way up...
11. Idris Muhammad Idris Muhammad Self, Return to Gorée
12. Thornton Freeland Thornton Freeland Director, Flying Down to Rio On the stage since childhood, Thornton Freeland went to work for Vitagraph in 1918, rising in the ranks from assistant cameraman to director, and made his directorial debut, Three Live Ghosts, just at the dawn of the sound era. A specialist in light romantic comedies and musicals, Freeland alternated between making films in the US and England in the 1930s and 1940s...
13. Noel Madison Noel Madison Actor, The Pace That Kills American actor of stage and screen. His father was a famous character actor, Maurice Moscovitch who sent his son abroad to study in Paris, Lausanne, and London. Upon returning to the U.S. following his stage debut in Great Britain, he began an active career on the American stage, specializing in highly sophisticated characters...
14. Susan Teesdale Susan Teesdale Actress, Go for It
15. Bernice Novack Bernice Novack Uncategorised
16. Jaco Pastorius Jaco Pastorius Self, Shadows and Light
17. Gigi Darlene Gigi Darlene Actress, Bad Girls Go to Hell Gigi Darlene was born Heli Leonore Weinreich on March 4, 1943 in Berlin, Germany. Of mixed French and German descent, Gigi had a repressive relationship with her strict mother and uncaring stepfather. Gigi entered and won regional beauty pageants as a teenager growing up in Germany. After threatening to run away from home at age sixteen...
18. Ethelind Terry Ethelind Terry Actress, Lord Byron of Broadway A famous beauty in her day was Philadelphia-born Ethelind Terry, who made a successful career for herself as temperamental prima donna on the New York musical stage during the 1920's. She first came to notice in "Music Box Revue" and then scored with the Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.-produced "Kid Boots" in 1923...
19. Bonnie Blair Bonnie Blair Actress, The Falcon's Alibi
20. Frances Milstead Frances Milstead Self, I Am Divine
21. Julie Follansbee Julie Follansbee Actress, Regarding Henry
22. Leroy Shield Leroy Shield Soundtrack, Shanghai Knights Versatile in many different musical fields, Leroy Shield started out as organist and pianist at the age of five. He made his professional début at 12 and at 15 became an arranger, composer and concert pianist. He accompanied opera singer Eva Gauthier during her American concert tours and pioneered the modernist composers Ravel...
23. Lee Addoms Lee Addoms Actress, Diary of a Mad Housewife
24. Bonnie Baker Bonnie Baker Actress, You're the One
25. Gene Pollar Gene Pollar Actor, The Revenge of Tarzan When he was 28 years old Numa Pictures offered New York City fireman Joseph Pohler the role of Tarzan on account of his physique: six feet two-and-a-half inches, two hundred fifteen pounds. He got a new name, Gene Pollar, and $100 per week plus expenses. When "The Revenge of Tarzan" turned out to be surprisingly successful...
26. D. James Kennedy D. James Kennedy Self, Scrooge and Marley
27. Daniel Farías Daniel Farías Director, Episode #1.1
28. David Griggs David Griggs Self, Super Bowl XXIX
29. Peter Donald Peter Donald Self, Episode dated 30 September 1951
30. Elliot Norton Elliot Norton Actor, Elliot Norton Reviews Elliot Norton was an influential Boston theater critic who was awarded a Special Tony Award in recognition of his status as the "Dean of American Theater Critics". He had a great deal of influence over Broadway theater as Boston was a prime try-out city for shows making the journey to the Great White Way...
31. Earl Morrall Earl Morrall Self, Namath
32. Jack Eigen Jack Eigen Actor, The Hoodlum Priest
33. Mollie King Mollie King Actress, The Mystery of the Double Cross Mollie King was born in New York City on April 16, 1895. Acting had always not been far from Mollie mind since she was living in New York. After all, this city was the hub of the entertainment industry long before Hollywood came along. She made her debut, at the age of 21, in 1916's A CIRCUS ROMANCE...
34. Alyce Mills Alyce Mills Actress, My Lady's Lips
35. Jean Tolley Jean Tolley Actress, The Uninvited Guest
36. Saul Midwall Saul Midwall Camera and Electrical Department, 12 Angry Men
37. William Herrin William Herrin Actor, Daniel Boone: The Promised Land
38. Janis Rose Avillion Janis Rose Avillion Actress, Let's Talk About Sex
39. Alfred White Alfred White Actor, Don't Bet on Love
40. Edmund De Vierno Edmund De Vierno Miscellaneous Crew, The Honeymooners: In Twenty-Five Words or Less
41. Hal Schaefer Hal Schaefer Composer, There's No Business Like Show Business
42. Bernie Knee Bernie Knee Actor, Stick
43. David Kerman David Kerman Actor, Religious Racketeers
44. Ben Peter Freeman Ben Peter Freeman Writer, The Stolen Costume
45. Bill Krenz Bill Krenz Self, Episode dated 26 July 1973 Pianist, composer, songwriter and conductor. At 13, he was a member of a piano-violin duo on a Mississippi riverboat, then appeared with a minstrel show for ten years. He organized the Dixieland All-Stars, played piano with the Paul Biese Orchestra, and toured with the Jean Goldkette orchestra, playing in hotels...
46. Julius Boros Julius Boros Self, The Caddy
47. Al Fisher Al Fisher Self, Country Music Holiday
48. Marion Claire Marion Claire Actress, Make a Wish
49. George Dromgold George Dromgold Writer, Hold 'Em Yale
50. Max Peerce Max Peerce Actor, Goodbye, Columbus
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