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1. Tiny Tim Tiny Tim Self, Private Parts Tiny Tim, the ukulele-playing singer of 1920s ditties who was a true icon of the 1960s, was born Herbert Khaury on April 12, 1932, in New York City. The son of a Lebanese father and Jewish mother, the young Khaury grew up in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan. A high school dropout, his interest in the popular music of the 1890s through the 1930s manifested itself early...
2. Eddie Guerrero Eddie Guerrero Self, WrestleMania XX One of the great Hispanic wrestlers, Eddie Guerrero grew up part of the famous wrestling family: The Guerreros. His father Gory Guerrero became a star in the U.S., an icon in Texas and a legend in Mexico. Eddie's brothers, Hector, Amadno and Chavo, Sr. also became wrestlers. Both Hector and Amando gain success...
3. Eugene 'Porky' Lee Eugene 'Porky' Lee Actor, Bored of Education
4. Abigail Van Buren Abigail Van Buren Self, Ed Writes Dear Abby
5. Charles Irving Charles Irving Actor, A Face in the Crowd
6. Roxanne Brewer Roxanne Brewer Actress, Deep Jaws
7. Scott Doebler Scott Doebler Actor, Ordinary People
8. Allen Joseph Allen Joseph Actor, Eraserhead
9. John Bottoms John Bottoms Actor, The Long Riders
10. Samuel Armstrong Samuel Armstrong Director, Dumbo
11. Dora Dean Dora Dean Actress, Time Lock No. 776
12. Flattus Maximus Flattus Maximus Self, GWAR: Live from Antarctica
13. Meade 'Lux' Lewis Meade 'Lux' Lewis Soundtrack, Mississippi Masala
14. Walter Schumann Walter Schumann Composer, The Night of the Hunter
15. Paul Campbell Paul Campbell Actor, The Golden Coach
16. Harry Cole Harry Cole Actor, Episode #7.5
17. Clifford D. Simak Clifford D. Simak Writer, The Duplicate Man
18. Charles Nolte Charles Nolte Actor, I'll Be Right Home, Ma
19. Tom Wood Tom Wood Actor, The Old Homestead
20. Katharine Irving Katharine Irving Actress, Madam Satan Katharine Irving was born into a theatre family in New York City, New York. Her mother, Mary Katharine Gilman, left Stanford University in 1903 to begin her professional acting career, perhaps most notably as the female lead in George Ade's "Just Out of College," which ran for three years, on through her 1906 performances at New York's Lyceum Theatre...
21. Jane Harker Jane Harker Actress, The Unfaithful
22. Hércules Cortés Hércules Cortés Actor, Jealousy, Italian Style
23. Oliver Humperdink Oliver Humperdink Actor, WrestleMania IV
24. Isadore Klein Isadore Klein Writer, Winky Dink and You!
25. Frank Morgan Frank Morgan Composer, Blue Neon Night: Michael Connelly's Los Angeles
26. Mike Dodge Mike Dodge Writer, Red Zone Cuba
27. Margaret Quimby Margaret Quimby Actress, Us
28. Nick Savian Nick Savian Actor, Episode #1.1879
29. W.R. Frank W.R. Frank Producer, Cry Danger W. R. Frank was a theatre owner in Minneapolis, who had theatres in Minneapolis, as well as other parts of Minnesota. His partner in the business called Franklin Amusement Company, was Oscar Woempner. Frank died in the 1960s, Woempner around 1970. In the mid-1950s Frank also produced a series of shorts about the Medal of Honor.
30. Adam Briesemeister Adam Briesemeister Actor, Cross-Hatch
31. Charita Charita Actress, Sons of the Desert
32. Grant Richey Grant Richey Actor, Overnight Delivery
33. Muriel Buck Humphrey Muriel Buck Humphrey Uncategorised
34. Myron Kunin Myron Kunin Miscellaneous Crew, A Prairie Home Companion
35. Ken Clark Ken Clark Self, Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts
36. Sterling Robson Sterling Robson Actor, Grumpier Old Men
37. Frederick Vanderbilt Field Frederick Vanderbilt Field Self, Marilyn Monroe: Murder on Fifth Helena Drive
38. Sean O'Phelan Sean O'Phelan Actor, High Performance
39. Mary Rehbein Mary Rehbein Actress, Drop Dead Gorgeous
40. June Gibbons June Gibbons Actress, The New Boy
41. Dorothy Kelly Dorothy Kelly Actress, The Maelstrom
42. Orville L. Freeman Orville L. Freeman Self, Episode #9.8
43. Bill Goldsworthy Bill Goldsworthy Self, 1972 NHL All-Star Game
44. Dale Dunham Dale Dunham Actor, The Mighty Ducks
45. Darragh Aldrich Darragh Aldrich Writer, A Prince There Was
46. Thomas K. Scallen Thomas K. Scallen Producer, The Ice Capades 50th Anniversary Special
47. Steven Bothun Steven Bothun Actor, Amazing Grace and Chuck
48. Luke Graham Luke Graham Self, I Like to Hurt People
49. Ray Scott Ray Scott Self, AFL-NFL World Championship Game
50. Frederick A. Seaton Frederick A. Seaton Self, Episode dated 25 April 1952
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