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1. Lynne Thigpen Lynne Thigpen Actress, Anger Management Multi-talented actress Lynne Thigpen was born Cherlynne Thigpen in Joliet, Illinois, on December 22, 1948. She performed in community theater and university theater productions while attending the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. Following graduation, she taught high-school English for a short time...
2. Tony Longo Tony Longo Actor, Mulholland Dr. Tony Longo was a working character actor for more than three decades. Born in New Jersey, he moved out to Los Angeles and within the first few weeks landed a recurring role on the hit TV series "Alice". In that same year he did his first 3 films, "16 Candles", "Splash" and "Fletch". Next he was cast as a series regular in "Helltown"...
3. Tommy Rettig Tommy Rettig Actor, River of No Return Mr. Rettig was the first boy who tagged after Lassie during the famous collie's 20 years on the CBS television network. An already established child star, he was chosen from over 500 other boys to play the 11 year old midwestern farm boy, Jeff Miller, when Lassie premiered on September 12, 1954...
4. Edson Stroll Edson Stroll Actor, Snow White and the Three Stooges
5. Dennis Wilson Dennis Wilson Soundtrack, Marley & Me Dennis Wilson was born Hawthorne, California in the fall of 1944 to Murry and Audree Wilson. The middle son of three brothers, Dennis was rebellious, argumentative and as he often acknowledged, the "black sheep" of the family. His integration into America's band, The Beach Boys came when his mother pushed his brothers to allow him to play with them...
6. Albert Hague Albert Hague Actor, Fame Songwriter ("Young and Foolish") and composer, educated at the Royal Conservatory of St. Cecilia in Rome (on scholarship) with Dante Alderighi and at the University of Cincinnati (on scholarship) with Sidney Durst. He served in the USAF during World War II. On Broadway, he wrote songs for the musical "Dance Me a Song"...
7. Gordon Mitchell Gordon Mitchell Actor, Reflections in a Golden Eye Gordon Mitchell was one of those perfectly developed bodybuilders who jumped on the Steve Reeves bandwagon and hightailed it to Italy to seek movie stardom as a Herculean strongman. Born in Denver, Colorado, but raised in Inglewood, California, Mitchell served in WWII and at one point became a prisoner of war...
8. Nancy Deale Nancy Deale Actress, Shadows
9. Helena Carroll Helena Carroll Actress, General Hospital
10. Chris Brinker Chris Brinker Producer, The Boondock Saints
11. Donda West Donda West Self, Kanye West
12. Alex Jordan Alex Jordan Actress, Body and Soul
13. Sidney Lanfield Sidney Lanfield Director, The Hound of the Baskervilles After a stint as a jazz musician and a vaudeville entertainer, Sidney Lanfield was hired by Fox Film Corp. in 1926 as a gag writer and brought to Hollywood. Making his debut as a director in 1930, he specialized in romances and light comedies, directing many of Bob Hope's films in the 1930s and 1940s...
14. Reid Cruickshanks Reid Cruickshanks Actor, Ed Wood
15. Ernest Haller Ernest Haller Cinematographer, Gone with the Wind Distinguished American cinematographer Ernest Haller started in the industry in 1914 as an actor with Biograph after leaving his first job as a bank clerk. Within one year he discovered his true calling: being on the other side of the camera. By 1920, he had become a full director of photography and would go on to handle prestige pictures ...
16. Lawrence Cook Lawrence Cook Actor, The Spook Who Sat by the Door
17. Jack Donohue Jack Donohue Director, Babes in Toyland Jack Donohue started as a dancer in the Ziegfeld Follies, continued as a dancer, dance director and dance teacher for tap dance (most prominent pupil: Eleanor Powell) in New York and in London (he starred in the British film Rhythm in the Air with his wife Tutta Rolf). He began working in Hollywood in 1933 as a choreographer and dance director...
18. Cassandra Lynn Cassandra Lynn Self, Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 2007 Gorgeous, buxom, and shapely blonde bombshell Cassandra Lynn Jensen was born on August 15, 1979 in Price, Utah. Cassandra lived in both Huntington, Utah and Ferron, Utah as a little girl prior to moving with her mother to the Salt Lake Valley in Utah. She was a competitive diver in high school. Lynn graduated from Emery High School in Castle Dale...
19. Layne Britton Layne Britton Make-Up Department, The Blues Brothers
20. Ruth Brooks Flippen Ruth Brooks Flippen Writer, Gidget Goes to Rome
21. Gina Warwick Gina Warwick Actress, Horror House
22. Bob Casale Bob Casale Music Department, Happy Gilmore
23. Bill Basch Bill Basch Self, The Last Days
24. Robert G. Kane Robert G. Kane Writer, Kisses for My President
25. Leon Klatzkin Leon Klatzkin Music Department, Four Star Playhouse Prolific film and television composer, orchestra conductor, soundtrack orchestrator and arranger. Coming to Hollywood, he worked in the music department of the Hal Roach Studios for eight years, and thereafter moved on to other film companies as well, especially 20th Century-Fox. He joined ASCAP in 1952...
26. Jan R. Lloyd Jan R. Lloyd Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Cocoon
27. Harvey Clermont Harvey Clermont Casting Director, Charro!
28. Emmett Ashford Emmett Ashford Actor, The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings
29. Scott Hamilton Scott Hamilton Camera and Electrical Department, Titanic Born Scott Hamilton-Davidson in Los Angeles, California; the entertainment business was a foregone conclusion for a career path. An only child, his father "Fred Hamilton" was a well established Hollywood Director whose career started as a child actor in the 1920s. Fred's acting career was short lived...
30. Joe Gold Joe Gold Actor, It's All Done with Mirrors
31. Eileen Sedgwick Eileen Sedgwick Actress, Lightnin' Wins Eileen Sedgwick came from a theatrical family. Her parents were both stage actors, her brother Edward Sedgwick went on to become a respected comedy director and her sister Josie Sedgwick became a film actress. The entire family toured the vaudeville circuit as "The Five Sedgwicks," and it wasn't long before a pretty girl like Eileen was noticed by Hollywood...
32. Leonard Friedlander Leonard Friedlander Producer, Jimi Hendrix: The Dick Cavett Show
33. Steve Blauner Steve Blauner Producer, Richard Pryor: Live in Concert
34. Georgina Warwick Georgina Warwick Miscellaneous Crew, Jeopardy!
35. Julian F. Myers Julian F. Myers Miscellaneous Crew, Coffy
36. Lillian Rosine Lillian Rosine Actress, The Wife Breakers
37. Gene McGarr Gene McGarr Actor, 2010
38. Herbert Polesie Herbert Polesie Director, Marines in the Making
39. Eric Algren Eric Algren Visual Effects, Titanic
40. Bart Trow Bart Trow Producer, The Corporate Cut Throat Massacre
41. Jesse M. Unruh Jesse M. Unruh Actor, The Candidate
42. Bernard Mayers Bernard Mayers Music Department, The King and I
43. Debra Dobb Debra Dobb Sound Department, Rocky V
44. Thomas Warkentin Thomas Warkentin Animation Department, Baloney & Kids/Super Buttons/Katie Ka-Boom: The Driving Lesson
45. Dave Berg Dave Berg Writer, The Mad Magazine TV Special
46. Simon Muntner Simon Muntner Writer, The Dukes of Hazzard
47. Goldie Colwell Goldie Colwell Actress, When Avarice Rules Beautiful Goldie Colwell born in Kansas in 1889. began on stage in the late 1900's. Goldie appeared in few leading roles but many character and supporting roles in more than 80 westerns and comedies making her film debut in Tom Mix's 'Why the Sheriff is a Bachelor' for the Selig Film Co in 1911, later Goldie appeared in many 'Jerry' comedies directed by Milton J...
48. Larry Strong Larry Strong Editor, Battlestar Galactica
49. Patrick Lippert Patrick Lippert Thanks, The Last Party
50. Judi Rosner Judi Rosner Miscellaneous Crew, The Last of the Mohicans
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