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1. Lane Smith Lane Smith Actor, My Cousin Vinny
2. Stephen Boyd Stephen Boyd Actor, Ben-Hur Stephen Boyd was born William Millar on July 4, 1931, at Glengormley, Northern Ireland, one of nine children of Martha Boyd and Canadian truck driver James Alexander Millar, who worked for Fleming's on Tomb Street in Belfast. He attended Glengormley & Ballyrobert primary school and then moved on to Ballyclare High School and studied bookkeeping at Hughes Commercial Academy...
3. Jim Davis Jim Davis Actor, Big Jake Tall, rangy Jim Davis spent much of his early career in westerns, mainly at Republic Pictures. The Missouri-born and -raised Davis' relaxed, easygoing manner and Southern drawl easily fit most moviegoers' image of the cowboy, and Republic put him in a ton of them over the years (the fact that, unlike a lot of movie cowboys...
4. Dickie Jones Dickie Jones Actor, Nancy Drew... Reporter American actor who achieved some success as a child and as a young adult, especially in B-Westerns and in television. The son of a Texas newspaper editor, Jones was a prodigious horseman from infancy, billed at the age of four as the World's Youngest Trick Rider and Trick Roper. At the age of six, he was hired to perform riding and lariat tricks in the rodeo owned by western star Hoot Gibson...
5. Richard Reeves Richard Reeves Actor, Target Earth
6. Peter Haskell Peter Haskell Actor, Child's Play 2
7. Alma Beltran Alma Beltran Actress, Ghost Beltran started her film career in Hollywood in the uncredited role of Miss Guatemala in the film Pan-Americana (1945). From 1945 to 2002, in addition to her film roles, Beltran played over 80 roles in film and television, often in smaller roles, always as Mexican women, and then later in her career...
8. Richard Hale Richard Hale Actor, To Kill a Mockingbird
9. Carmine Coppola Carmine Coppola Soundtrack, The Godfather: Part III Composer, conductor, arranger and flautist, educated at the Manhattan School of Music (BA, MA) and Juilliard (on scholarship) (MM). He was first flautist for Radio City Music Hall from 1934 to 1936, the Detroit Symphony from 1936 to 1941, the NBC Toscanini Orchestra from 1942 to 1948 and staff arranger for Radio City Music Hall from 1948 to 1956...
10. Garry Walberg Garry Walberg Actor, King Kong
11. Buck Adams Buck Adams Actor, Uninhibited
12. Tommy Bond Tommy Bond Art Department, The Carol Burnett Show Forever etched in our minds as the bully with the protruding lip who gave beloved Alfalfa plenty of angst in the "Our Gang" serial shorts, actor Tommy Bond was actually a gentle, benign soul off the set. Born Thomas Ross Bond on September 16, 1926, in Dallas, Texas, he was discovered by a Hal Roach...
13. Andre Rosey Brown Andre Rosey Brown Actor, Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult
14. Marc Rocco Marc Rocco Producer, The Jacket
15. Sybil Jason Sybil Jason Actress, The Little Princess Sybil Jacobson was born on November 23, 1929, in Cape Town, South Africa. By age 2 she had learned to play the piano, and she also demonstrated a remarkable talent for singing, dancing and mimicry. She moved to Great Britain as a small child, and by age 5 was singing, dancing, playing the piano or doing uncanny imitations of Maurice Chevalier in London nightclubs...
16. Patty Andrews Patty Andrews Actress, Buck Privates She was born in Mound, Minnesota on 16 February 1918, the daughter of Peter Andreos (changed to 'Andrews' upon arriving in the US) and Olga Sollie. Her real name is Patricia Marie (Patty nickname). Her father was a Greek Catholic immigrant and her mother a Lutheran from Norway who ran the pure food café...
17. Robert F. Hoy Robert F. Hoy Actor, The Enforcer Robert F. Hoy is equally at home as a stuntman and as an actor. He appeared as Joe Butler on the acclaimed TV Western, The High Chaparral. He has stunt-doubled for Charles Bronson, Tony Curtis, Robert Forrester, Ross Martin, Tyrone Power, David Jansen, Telly Savalas, Charles McGraw, Jay Silverheels and Abby Lane...
18. X Brands X Brands Actor, Two Tickets to Promontory
19. Sledge Hammer Sledge Hammer Actor, Sacred Sin A solid-built, physically-imposing US-born black performer, Sledge Hammer was a veteran of the adult film industry with a 19-year career. He was born on February 9, 1973 as Marland Anderson. He began his work in the sex industry in 1995 at 22 years old. Possessing powerfully-built features and a cocky smile anytime he appeared on set...
20. Mickey Simpson Mickey Simpson Actor, Giant A burly American supporting actor, Mickey Simpson was born Charles Henry Simpson to Fred and Bertha Rogers Simpson in Rochester, New York. His paternal heritage was Irish. He was the eldest of four sons, one of whom, Richard, died in childhood. When his father was unable to find work following the 1929 stock market crash...
21. Mary Lansing Mary Lansing Actress, Aunt Bee's Medicine Man
22. Mae Mercer Mae Mercer Actress, Dirty Harry
23. Judson Pratt Judson Pratt Actor, The Horse Soldiers
24. Brad Morrow Brad Morrow Actor, Cause for Alarm! He got his show business start at the age of two in 1944 in the Broadway play "A Member of the Wedding". His performance caught the eye of MGM, which brought him to Hollywood in 1946. He appeared in several feature films for MGM over the next five years. His formal education was squeezed in between takes at MGM's studio school...
25. Rhae Andrece Rhae Andrece Actress, I, Mudd
26. Doye O'Dell Doye O'Dell Actor, Tight Spot
27. Joseph Bonaduce Joseph Bonaduce Writer, Florida's Homecoming: Part 2
28. Claire Carleton Claire Carleton Actress, Born Yesterday
29. Matt McHugh Matt McHugh Actor, Freaks Matt McHugh was born Mathew O. McHugh on January 22, 1894 in Connellsville, PA. He was born into a show business family, joining his parents, brother Frank and sister Kitty on the stage as soon as he learned to talk. When Matt was fourteen, he performed an act with Kitty, but by 1930, the family had abandoned show business altogether...
30. Chick Hearn Chick Hearn Actor, Fletch One of the most recognizable voices in Los Angeles, Francis Dayle Hearn, better known as "Chick" was the play-by-play voice of the Los Angeles Lakers for from 1960 to 2002. Known for his witty comments during the game and lightning-quick reactions to the play on the court, Hearn was as well-known a personality as some of the past Laker greats including Jerry West...
31. Henry Rowland Henry Rowland Actor, Supervixens
32. Robert Stevenson Robert Stevenson Actor, Showdown with Rance McGrew
33. James Bacon James Bacon Actor, Escape from the Planet of the Apes
34. Ted Zeigler Ted Zeigler Self, Episode #3.24 Ted Zeigler played the character "Johnny Jellybean" on Canadian television in the mid 1960s. It was on CFCF Tv out of Montreal, Quebec. After school and for a period of time it also aired at lunchtime. It was a huge hit for children. Ted Zeigler became the third and the last performer to play Johnny Jellybean...
35. Scott Salmon Scott Salmon Miscellaneous Crew, Stir Crazy
36. Tom Amundsen Tom Amundsen Miscellaneous Crew, Shrek
37. Wonderful Smith Wonderful Smith Actor, This Is Spinal Tap In Rita Dove's poem "Hattie McDaniel Arrives at the Coconut Grove," Wonderful Smith adorns like the panache of jewelry the "free arm" of his good friend "Miss Mac" (as Smith was wont to call McDaniel) while the two walked arm in arm into that storied venue where Ms. McDaniel was about to receive her...
38. Lee McLaughlin Lee McLaughlin Actor, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark
39. John Hudkins John Hudkins Stunts, Dick Tracy
40. June Gittelson June Gittelson Actress, Mark of the Vampire
41. Art Aragon Art Aragon Actor, Fat City
42. Gene de Paul Gene de Paul Soundtrack, The Aviator Songwriter ("I'll Remember April", "Cow Cow Boogie", "Teach Me Tonight"), composer, pianist, singer and arranger, educated at Benjamin Franklin High School and in private piano study. He was a pianist in dance orchestras, and toured theatres as a singer, also arranging music for vocal groups before working under contract to film studios...
43. Vivien Fay Vivien Fay Actress, A Day at the Races
44. Bob Mitchell Bob Mitchell Writer, The Hill of the Law Bob Mitchell was born in Casper, Wyoming, in 1918. He attended the University of Wyoming, where he produced, co-wrote and directed two ASCAP award-winning musicals. He also acted in college productions and set up the university's Radio Department. He served as a lieutenant in the US Army's 7th Infantry Division in World War II...
45. David Wiley David Wiley Actor, Friday the 13th Part III
46. Larry Forrester Larry Forrester Writer, Tora! Tora! Tora!
47. Ted Snyder Ted Snyder Producer, Sex for Sale
48. Robert Samuels Robert Samuels Camera and Electrical Department, Beverly Hills Cop II
49. Elisa Gallay Elisa Gallay Actress, The Whole Ten Yards Born to artistic Hungarian-Jewish parents in her native Budapest (her mother was a painter), diminutive (4'11") entertainer Elisa Gallay began her musical career as a pianist at age seven. Her talents were discovered early and by age nine she had been accepted into the Liszt Ferencz (Franz Liszt) Music Academy...
50. Hans F. Koenekamp Hans F. Koenekamp Special Effects, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Born in Denison, Iowa, of immigrant parents from Oldenburg, Germany, Hans Koenekamp began his film career with a job as a motion picture projectionist. He became a cinematographer in 1913 at Mack Sennett's Keystone Studios. He later worked at Fox Films and then joined Vitagraph in 1917, where he photographed all the Larry Semon comedies...
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