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1. Skye McCole Bartusiak Skye McCole Bartusiak Actress, The Patriot
2. Gene Tierney Gene Tierney Actress, Laura With prominent cheekbones and the most appealing overbite of her day, her striking good looks helped propel her to stardom. Her best known role is the enigmatic murder victim in Laura. She was also Oscar-nominated for Leave Her to Heaven. Her acting performances were few in the 1950s as she battled a troubled emotional life that included hospitalization and shock treatment for depression.
3. Dixie Carter Dixie Carter Actress, That Evening Sun A talented actress in both stage and screen and television and also a singer of opera and dancer, Dixie Carter is best known for her portrayal as the soft spoken Southerner Julia Sugarbaker in Designing Women. She's been known for performing in a number of Broadway plays and with her marriage to actor Hal Holbrook...
4. Will Sampson Will Sampson Actor, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest A Native American actor of the Creek Nation, Sampson's "big break" came from his memorable role in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest opposite Jack Nicholson. He was also starred opposite Clint Eastwood in the western The Outlaw Josey Wales. He had supporting roles in Orca, The White Buffalo and Fish Hawk. In 1986...
5. Howard Hughes Howard Hughes Producer, The Outlaw Multi-millionaire businessman, film producer, film director, and aviator, born in Houston, Texas. He studied at prestigious Rice University and the even more prestigious California Institute of Technology. Inherited his father's machine tool company in 1923. In 1926 he ventured into films, producing Hell's Angels...
6. Marilyn Burns Marilyn Burns Actress, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Marilyn Burns was born on May 7, 1949 in Erie, Pennsylvania, and raised in Houston, Texas. She was one of the original scream queens, remembered primarily for her role in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Her follow-up appearance was in Hooper's Eaten Alive, where she played a vacationer who unwittingly stumbles upon a hotel run by a madman who feeds his guests to his pet alligator...
7. Jeanette MacDonald Jeanette MacDonald Soundtrack, San Francisco Jeanette MacDonald began her career at age 6, where she had small roles in theaters and operas. By age 13, she was winning singing contests along the eastern United States. Jeanette was a very talented operatic singer/lyrical soprano, with a wide vocal range, E above high C, close to 3 octaves. Her talent soon was spotted by Ernst Lubitsch...
8. Corwin Hawkins Corwin Hawkins Actor, A Low Down Dirty Shame Corwin Anthony Hawkins was born in Houston, Texas on March 12, 1965. He attended St. Peter's Catholic School and graduated in 1982. Corwin was well known throughout Texas for his hilarious two hour stand up comedy routine which he performed in front of standing room only crowds every Tuesday night for four years...
9. Christopher Hitchens Christopher Hitchens Self, Hell's Angel Christopher Eric Hitchens (born April 13, 1949) was a British-American author, journalist, and literary critic. He was a columnist at Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, The Nation, Slate, and Free Inquiry. Hitchens is known for his atheism and anti-theism and was a firm believer in the Enlightenment values of secularism...
10. Jim Siedow Jim Siedow Actor, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Jim Siedow was a marvelously quirky and distinctive character actor who achieved instant cult favorite status with his terrific portrayal of the weary and irascible the Cook in Tobe Hooper's immortal and outstanding horror classic "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." Siedow was born on June 12th, 1920 in Cheyenne...
11. Erna Foxworth Erna Foxworth Actress, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble
12. James Jeter James Jeter Actor, A Perfect World
13. Glenn Corbett Glenn Corbett Actor, The Violent Years
14. Chloe Jones Chloe Jones Actress, Inside the Mind of Chloe Jones
15. Maria Franklin Gable Maria Franklin Gable Self, Starlit Days at the Lido
16. Eddie Fatu Eddie Fatu Actor, Episode #9.41 Born on March 28th, 1973, Eddie Fatu, more widely known as WWE Wrestling Superstar "Umaga" came from a long line of Samoans wrestlers with a rich history. Also known as "The Samoan Bulldozer," the 6' 4", 350-lb. wrestler earned a reputation for executing moves with more ease than one might expect from someone his size...
17. Tony Frank Tony Frank Actor, Lone Star
18. Guy Lombardo Guy Lombardo Soundtrack, The Green Mile
19. Sidney Berger Sidney Berger Actor, Carnival of Souls
20. Kay Williams Kay Williams Actress, The Actress
21. Jimmy Demaret Jimmy Demaret Self, Golfing with Demaret
22. Rick Porter Rick Porter Actor, Another World
23. Diane Fawcett Walls Diane Fawcett Walls Self, Farrah Fawcett: America's Angel
24. Roger Maris Roger Maris Self, Safe at Home! Without a doubt the most famous baseball player ever to come out of North Dakota, Maris was a talent who was judged unfairly throughout his career because of one glorious season. He came up in the pros with the Cleveland Indians, and was soon dealt to the Kansas City Athletics, but it was his third team...
25. David Brinkley David Brinkley Self, This Week with David Brinkley Brinkley hosted This Week with David Brinkley from 1982 until his retirement in 1997. In 1992, he won a Peabody Award for his report on the 50th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. As a news analyst, Brinkley was known for his terse, biting comments and his dry wit.
26. Brooks Benedict Brooks Benedict Actor, The Freshman
27. C.V. Wood C.V. Wood Miscellaneous Crew, The Special London Bridge Special
28. Frank Buck Frank Buck Writer, Bring 'Em Back Alive
29. Raúl Vale Raúl Vale Actor, La risa trabajando
30. James Fawcett James Fawcett Self, Farrah's Story
31. Tommy Leonetti Tommy Leonetti Music Department, Massacre at Central High
32. Gustavo Alatriste Gustavo Alatriste Director, La casa de Bernarda Alba
33. Ed McDaniel Ed McDaniel Actor, Starrcade Ed "Chief Wahoo" McDaniel will always be recognized as one of the most influential Native American wrestlers of all time. McDaniel was originally a football player. While playing football for the Oklahoma Sooners (in college), he kicked a 91-yard punt, the 6th longest punt in NCAA history. McDaniel was drafted by the Houston Oilers (who are now the Tennessee Titans) and played there in 1960...
34. Pauline Fawcett Pauline Fawcett Self, Richard Simmons and the Silver Foxes: Fitness for Senior Citizens
35. Ed Geldart Ed Geldart Actor, Rushmore
36. J.D. Hawkins J.D. Hawkins Actor, Spriggan
37. Joe Sample Joe Sample Soundtrack, Moulin Rouge! Joseph Leslie "Joe" Sample is an American pianist, keyboard player and composer. He was one of the founding members of the Jazz Crusaders, the band which became simply The Crusaders in 1971, and remained a part of the group until its final album in 1991 (not including the 2003 reunion album "Rural Renewal")...
38. Joan Standing Joan Standing Actress, Dracula
39. Jack Gardner Jack Gardner Actor, Three Russian Girls
40. Peter Lorre Jr. Peter Lorre Jr. Actor, Sons of Sassoun Eugene Weingand was born in Karlsrue, Germany on April 1, 1934 and emigrated to the US at the age of 20. Because of his passing resemblance to Peter Lorre he began calling himself Peter Lorie Jr. [sic]. In 1963 he applied to have his name legally changed to Peter Lorie Jr. but the famous actor objected...
41. Chad Linley Chad Linley Actor, Queen Sized
42. William Hardy William Hardy Actor, The Tree of Life
43. Dan Ammerman Dan Ammerman Actor, Local Hero
44. Lucina Paquet Lucina Paquet Actress, Groundhog Day
45. Marion Charles Marion Charles Actress, Soylent Green
46. Johnny Ace Johnny Ace Soundtrack, Back to the Future Born John Alexander in Memphis, TN, on June 9, 1929, R&B singer Johnny Ace served in the US Navy during World War II, and after his discharge he headed for New Orleans to become part of the Beale Street music scene. He performed as both a singer and pianist, and worked with the top acts of the day, including Bobby Bland and B.B. King...
47. 'Red' Adair 'Red' Adair Miscellaneous Crew, Hellfighters
48. Harry Mendoza Harry Mendoza Actor, The Clown Who Cried
49. Frank Q. Dobbs Frank Q. Dobbs Writer, Gambler V: Playing for Keeps Very well known in the state of Texas for his prestigious film and television commercial work as a director/writer/cinematographer, Frank Q. Dobbs has brought his remarkable expertise to Hollywood by co-producing Hallmark's mini-series, _"Johnson County War" (2002) (mini)_; The Texas Rangers, for Miramax/Dimension; two TNT four-hour mini-series' Everything That Rises and Rough Riders; Dead Man's Walk...
50. Jan de Hartog Jan de Hartog Writer, The Four Poster The son of a minister, de Hartog ran away to sea twice in his boyhood. Later, after attending the Netherlands Naval College, he went back to sea as a sailor. During this time he wrote detective stories and then a popular novel about tugboat crews titled "Holland's Glory". During the Nazi occupation he found sanctuary in a house in Amsterdam...
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