6 names.

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1. Joanna Moore Joanna Moore Actress, Touch of Evil Southern-bred beauty Joanna Moore certainly had a lot of things going for her when her career started off in the 50s. Armed with an entrancingly smoky voice that complemented her stunning, creamy blond beauty, Joanna played wily females in such films as Walk on the Wild Side and Son of Flubber, but she would be best remembered...
2. Skip Homeier Skip Homeier Actor, The Gunfighter Beginning on radio in his native Chicago at age six ("Portia Faces Life"), child/juvenile actor Skippy Homeier (ne George Vincent Homeier) came to films at age 14 with Tomorrow, the World!, originally a 1943 Broadway drama starring Ralph Bellamy and Shirley Booth, taking his role as a callous Nazi youth successfully to the screen the following year opposite Fredric March and Betty Field...
3. Don Ohlmeyer Don Ohlmeyer Producer, NFL Monday Night Football
4. Arthur Lake Arthur Lake Actor, Blondie His parents were circus acrobats and he became part of their act. When they changed to vaudeville and wound up in California, he got a job in the movies. The founder of Universal Pictures, Carl Laemmle changed his name to Lake. In silent films he played somewhat dimwitted youngsters, The long-running part of Dagwood in the "Blondie" series pretty much continued the the pattern into adult life...
5. William Moss William Moss Actor, The Canterville Ghost
6. Mildred Horn Mildred Horn Writer, Mom and Dad
6 names.