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1. Steve Jobs Steve Jobs Self, Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview Steven Paul Jobs was born on 24 February 1955 in San Francisco, California, to students Abdul Fattah Jandali and Joanne Carole Schieble who were unmarried at the time and gave him up for adoption. He was taken in by a working class couple, Paul and Clara Jobs, and grew up with them in Mountain View, California...
2. Leonard Freeman Leonard Freeman Writer, Hawaii Five-0
3. Glenn Morris Glenn Morris Actor, Tarzan's Revenge Glenn Morris was the fourth Olympic athlete to play Tarzan. He was the 1936 decathlon champion and won the Sullivan Award (outstanding amateur athlete of the year) over the more famous Olympian Jesse Owens. Sol Lesser cast Morris for an independent Tarzan, filmed on Twentieth Century-Fox back lots...
4. Richard Branden Richard Branden Actor, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Rich Branden grew up in a tough neighborhood. His first hobby was to draw paintings. Not being very rich, he used the paintings to get free martial arts lessons. Richard now has over 25 years of martial arts experience beginning at the age of 10. He started training under Lou Hopkins, in Lynn, Massachessets...
5. Charles Stevenson Charles Stevenson Actor, Grandma's Boy
6. Joseph L. McEveety Joseph L. McEveety Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Mary Poppins
7. Aurania Rouverol Aurania Rouverol Writer, Dance, Fools, Dance
8. Jay Anson Jay Anson Writer, The Amityville Horror
9. Jerrold Wexler Jerrold Wexler Producer, Medium Cool
10. Joe Strauch Jr. Joe Strauch Jr. Actor, Under Fiesta Stars
11. Doreen Foo Croft Doreen Foo Croft Actress, Sweet November
12. Jerry McGowan Jerry McGowan Actress, Jubilo, Jr.
13. Edward Teller Edward Teller Self, Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie
14. Henry F. Ehrlich Henry F. Ehrlich Producer, Robinson Crusoe
15. Elaine Naish Elaine Naish Actress, Across the Wide Missouri
16. Richard M. Rosenbloom Richard M. Rosenbloom Producer, Sinatra
17. Clarence Cassell Clarence Cassell Actor, Dragnet
18. Darwin L. Teilhet Darwin L. Teilhet Writer, The Fearmakers
19. Chester Smith Chester Smith Actor, The Alamo
20. Kathleen Norris Kathleen Norris Writer, My Best Girl American novelist and short-story writer Kathleen Norris was born Kathleen Thompson into a wealthy family in San Francisco, CA, in 1880. Her father was a bank executive and was twice president of the famous (or infamous) Bohemian Club of San Francisco. Kathleen and her siblings were educated at the family estate in Mill Valley...
21. Dottie O'Brien Dottie O'Brien Casting Department, Little House on the Prairie
22. Randy Jonsson Randy Jonsson Visual Effects, Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
23. Leland Stanford Leland Stanford Producer, Sallie Gardner at a Gallop
24. Zelma Maja Zelma Maja Actress, Live Sparks
25. Rose Bird Rose Bird Self, ABC News Nightline
26. Dan Q. Kennis Dan Q. Kennis Producer, Satan's Sadists
27. Robert Conquest Robert Conquest Writer, Egyptologové
28. Ken Marr Ken Marr Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Orphan of the Sage
29. Harvey S. Haislip Harvey S. Haislip Writer, Flight Command Harvey Shadle Haislip was a retired naval officer who authored a number of U. S. Navy sea adventure stories. He was born on 12 July, 1889 in Fredericksburg, Virginia, the second son of Silas E. and Edna A. Haislip. His father worked as a salesman for a firm that manufactured safes. On 13 January, 1917...
30. Sidney Drell Sidney Drell Self, Einstein's Universe
31. Muddy Ruel Muddy Ruel Self, 1949 MLB All-Star Game
32. Pete Kmetovic Pete Kmetovic
33. Gordon Craig Gordon Craig Miscellaneous Crew, My Ain Folk
34. John Kibler John Kibler Self, 1986 World Series
35. Fred Silva Fred Silva Self, Super Bowl XIV
36. R.E. 'Dick' Hanley R.E. 'Dick' Hanley Self, Marines in the Making
37. Frank Coffyn Frank Coffyn Actor, The Deadwood Coach
38. Dick Wellstod Dick Wellstod Self, The DuPont Show of the Month Dick Wellstood was a boogie-woogie and stride pianist in the 1940s and performed with amateur and professional Dixieland groups with reed artist Bob Wilber, touring Europe with him in 1952. He played under the leadership of Sidney Bechet during the same time period before entering law school in 1953...
39. Glenn 'Pop' Warner Glenn 'Pop' Warner Writer, Soccer
40. Jim McCrary Jim McCrary Camera and Electrical Department, Mad Dogs & Englishmen
41. Nicholas B. Clinch Nicholas B. Clinch
42. Ernest O. Lawrence Ernest O. Lawrence
43. Richard Rorty Richard Rorty Self, Human, All Too Human
44. Elinor Smith Elinor Smith Self, American Experience Daughter of vaudeville comedian and dancer Tom Smith. She knew she was born to fly at the age of 6 when she took her first airplane ride. She started taking lessons at the age of 8. She was fortunate at that time to have parents who supported her in what she wanted to do. Her mother didn't want to deny...
45. Ernie Chavez Ernie Chavez Actor, The Ring As a five year old boy, the story goes, Ernest Torres Chavez would scale a fence next to the family's first home in North 11th Street in San Jose, California, and quietly enter the house next door. The neighbors then would be surprised to hear the boy making noise on the guitars stored in the back room...
46. Gordon Soltau Gordon Soltau Miscellaneous Crew, Pro Football: Mayhem on a Sunday Afternoon
47. Jory K. Prum Jory K. Prum Sound Department, Lost in Translation
48. Ralph Rose Jr. Ralph Rose Jr. Writer, The Unforeseen
49. Mark D. Weiser Mark D. Weiser Self, Computer Chronicles
50. Maria C. Shaeffer Maria C. Shaeffer Producer, Rover Dangerfield
50 names.