19 names.

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1. Kevin McCarthy Kevin McCarthy Actor, Invasion of the Body Snatchers Handsome, chisel-jawed character actor Kevin McCarthy appeared in nearly 100 movies in a career that spanned seven decades. He also had some starring roles, most notably the horror cult classic Invasion of the Body Snatchers. He played the disillusioned son Biff Loman in the 1951 screen adaptation of Arthur Miller's classic Death of a Salesman...
2. Betty Field Betty Field Actress, Birdman of Alcatraz Thespian Betty Field was born in Boston on February 8, 1916, the daughter of a salesman and his wife. Ancestors on her father's side were Mayflower colonists Priscilla and John Alden. Her parents divorced while she was still young and Betty eventually learned to speak Spanish while traveling with her mother to various Spanish-speaking countries during her childhood...
3. Maxene Andrews Maxene Andrews Actress, Buck Privates Ms. Andrews and her sisters, Patty and Laverne, were one of the most successful women's singing groups, with 19 gold records and sales of nearly 100 million copies. The sisters began performing in the early 1930's when the Depression wiped out their father's business. In 1937, the trio of sisters scored their first big hit with 'Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen'...
4. Joseph N. Welch Joseph N. Welch Actor, Anatomy of a Murder
5. Rose Kennedy Rose Kennedy Self, JACK: The Last Kennedy Film Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy was born Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald on July 22, 1890 to Josie Hannon and the future mayor of Boston, John Francis Fitzgerald. She grew up with several brothers and sisters and thanks to her father, the family was very well off. Rose went to a series of Catholic Schools in Boston...
6. Ted Kennedy Ted Kennedy Self, Brothers on the Line Edward Moore Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, on February 22, 1932. His parents were Joseph P. Kennedy and Rose Kennedy. He was the younger brother of President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy. "Ted" Kennedy graduated Harvard University in 1956 and the University of Virginia Law School in 1959...
7. Joseph P. Kennedy Joseph P. Kennedy Miscellaneous Crew, The Trespasser Patriarch of a famous political family, Kennedy had a brief Hollywood career: He was one of the first financiers to play a leading role in the movie industry. Although he grew up in modest East Boston, where his father was a barkeeper and politician, Kennedy was educated with the Establishment's children at Boston Latin School and Harvard...
8. Joseph Anthony Joseph Anthony Actor, Shadow of the Thin Man Joseph Anthony made his Broadway debut in 1937, and in the years following he was the partner of dancer Agnes de Mille, was employed as a set designer on films and dabbled as a film actor. His main interest, however, was the stage, and he became one of Broadway's most accomplished directors. In addition to occasionally acting on stage and in TV...
9. Edward Gorey Edward Gorey Writer, The Doubtful Guest
10. Marc London Marc London Writer, Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
11. Hope Ryden Hope Ryden Producer, The Loving Story
12. Milt Gaston Milt Gaston Self, Baseball
13. Johnny Most Johnny Most Self, Amazing Grace and Chuck Mentored by Marty Glickman, Most called road games for baseball's New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers, and football's New York Giants and Army. In 1953, Boston Celtics owner Walter Brown and head coach Red Auerbach tapped him to replace Curt Gowdy as the team's radio play-by-play man "high above court side" as Most always described his perch at Boston Garden...
14. Victor Bernard Stevens Jr. Victor Bernard Stevens Jr. Self, To Tell the Truth
15. Cleve Roller Cleve Roller Actor, Recess
16. Charles Coleman Charles Coleman Editor, Prime Target
17. Dick Glendon Dick Glendon Self, Sport Slants
18. Robert M. Murphy Robert M. Murphy Cinematographer, Making Something Up
19. Glenn Sarty Glenn Sarty Producer, Take Thirty
19 names.