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1. Hedy Lamarr Hedy Lamarr Actress, Samson and Delilah Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler was born in Vienna, Austria, to a banker and his wife. Hedwig, who obviously became Hedy, had a rather calm childhood, but it was cinema that fascinated her. By the time she was a teenager she decided to drop out of school and seek fame as an actress. Her first role was a bit part in the German film Geld auf der Straße (aka "Money on the Street") in 1930...
2. Christina Grimmie Christina Grimmie Self, Tell My Mama Christina Grimmie is a cover artist from YouTube, under the user name "zeldaxlove64". Her fans all go into a group of people called "Team Grimmie", which is a group of fans that give their support. At her fairly young age, she's already gotten the spotlight by being the guest performer on Disney Channel's So Random!...
3. Phyllis Thaxter Phyllis Thaxter Actress, Superman This warm and winning, very non-theatrical brunette was born Phyllis St. Felix Thaxter in Portland, Maine, on November 20, 1919. The daughter of Maine Supreme Court Justice Sidney Thaxter, her acting talent came from her mother's side, who was a one-time Shakespearean actress. Phyllis was educated for a time at St...
4. Dusty Rhodes Dusty Rhodes Writer, WWE Raw "The American Dream" has been one of the most popular and colorful professional wrestlers in history. Rhodes began wrestling in the 1960s and gained a reputation as a fast-talking, hard-rocking wrestler. He teamed early in his career with fellow Texan, the late Dick Murdoch, and, for more than 20 years...
5. Omar Mateen Omar Mateen
6. Byron Mabe Byron Mabe Actor, The Doberman Gang
7. Glenn Tryon Glenn Tryon Actor, Lonesome
8. Helen Gardner Helen Gardner Actress, Cleopatra A stage actress who was an alumni of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Helen Gardner made her film debut with Vitagraph Pictures in 1911. In that year she appeared in Vanity Fair, to critical acclaim. The next year she formed her own film production company, Helen Gardner Productions--as far as is known...
9. Jan Crouch Jan Crouch Thanks, Praise the Lord
10. Irwin C. Watson Irwin C. Watson Self, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
11. 'Lonesome' Dave Peverett 'Lonesome' Dave Peverett Soundtrack, Nebraska
12. Bobbie Smith Bobbie Smith Self, A '70s Celebration: The Beat Is Back
13. Caylee Anthony Caylee Anthony
14. Rob Grill Rob Grill
15. Teddy Randazzo Teddy Randazzo Soundtrack, The Game Rock singer Teddy Randazzo appeared in four major rock films: The Girl Can't Help It, Rock Rock Rock!, Mister Rock and Roll and Hey, Let's Twist!. He wrote the 1959 Steve Lawrence hit "Pretty Blue Eyes" and the 1963 hit "Have You Looked Into Your Heart?" by Jerry Vale. Beginning his career singing with with The Three Chuckles...
16. Morton Gould Morton Gould Composer, Delightfully Dangerous Composer ("American Salute", "Pavanne"), conductor, pianist and arranger, educated at New York University and a music student of Abby Whiteside and Vincent Jones. At six, he had his first composition published ("Just Six"), and thereafter concertized until age 17. He was a staff arranger for Radio City Music Hall...
17. Ted Shawn Ted Shawn Actor, Don't Change Your Husband Often called "The Father of American Dance", Ted Shawn was born in 1891. In his early 20s he was dancing professionally in Los Angeles. He teamed with Norma Gould, and in 1913 they starred in a film for Thomas Edison, Dances of the Ages. In 1914 he met and married dance star Ruth St. Denis. They...
18. Dawn Brancheau Dawn Brancheau Actress, Animal Action
19. Frank DeSal Frank DeSal Actor, Book of Numbers
20. Kathleen Butler Kathleen Butler Actress, The Secret Agent
21. Budge Taylor Budge Taylor Actor, The Legend of the Golden Gun
22. Frankie Goldsmith Frankie Goldsmith
23. Socrates Ballis Socrates Ballis Actor, The Godmothers
24. Gayle DeCamp Gayle DeCamp Actor, Citizen Kane
25. Danton Ferrero Danton Ferrero Actor, Verbena trágica
26. Henry Pemberton Henry Pemberton Actor, The Hidden Face
27. Peter J. Chevalier Peter J. Chevalier Actor, Trapped The oldest of four children, Chevalier grew up in Brooklyn, New York. His parents divorced while he was four years old and his mother struggled trying to raise her children in Williamsburg/Bedford-Stuyvesant ("the Ghetto") and Lewis H. Pink houses aka "the Projects". While attending Public School (P.S...
28. Marshall Jamison Marshall Jamison Producer, That Was the Week That Was
29. Robert Serwatka Robert Serwatka Actor, From the Earth to the Moon
30. R. John Hugh R. John Hugh Director, Yellowneck
31. Christy McKee Christy McKee Actress, Tigerland
32. Nina Elias-Bamberger Nina Elias-Bamberger Producer, Big Bag
33. Pat Moran Pat Moran Self, 1915 World's Championship Series
34. Charlotte Arren Charlotte Arren Self, The Doorman's Opera
35. Charles Albury Charles Albury Self, Men Who Brought the Dawn
36. Bobo Newsom Bobo Newsom Self, Whistling in Brooklyn
37. Swede Rundqvist Swede Rundqvist Stunts, Problem Child 2
38. Gábor Delneky Gábor Delneky Self, Rome 1960: Games of the XVII Olympiad
39. Tim Crews Tim Crews Self, Sunday Night Baseball
40. Sam Rivers Sam Rivers Composer, Sam Rivers and the Rivbea Orchestra
41. Milo Steinborn Milo Steinborn Actor, Columbia World of Sports: Grappling Groaners Wrestler and weightlifter Henry J. "Milo" Steinborn was born on March 14, 1893 in Siegburg, Germany. Milo grew up near Dusseldorf. At age fifteen Steinborn left home to become a merchant sailor. While living in Australia in 1914 Milo was placed in German internment camps after World War I broke out...
42. Nelson Briles Nelson Briles Self, A Tribute to Roberto
43. Erick S. Dyke Erick S. Dyke Writer, Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
44. Bill Bright Bill Bright Self, Praise the Lord
45. Eve Titus Eve Titus Writer, The Great Mouse Detective
46. Michael Mayiras Michael Mayiras Sound Department, Sanctuary
47. Danny Dillon Danny Dillon Actor, Ernest Saves Christmas
48. Chauncey G. Parker III Chauncey G. Parker III Writer, Of Unknown Origin
49. Stephanie Girard Stephanie Girard Art Department, Ray
50. Ralph Wiley Ralph Wiley Self, Jim Brown: All American
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