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1. James Bond James Bond Uncategorised
2. Vincent Gardenia Vincent Gardenia Actor, Moonstruck
3. Zero Mostel Zero Mostel Actor, The Producers Zero Mostel was born Samuel Joel Mostel on February 28, 1915 in Brooklyn, New York, one of eight children of an Orthodox Jewish family. Raised in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the young Zero, known as Sammy, developed his talent for painting and drawing at art classes provided by the Educational Alliance...
4. Pearl Bailey Pearl Bailey Self, Pearl Bailey Composer, singer and songwriter. She was a dancer, then a singer in New York in the early 1940s, touring with the Cootie Williams orchestra, and later a featured singer in night clubs, radio and television. She made stage appearances in "Arms and the Girl", "St. Louis Woman"; and "House of Flowers"...
5. Sue Randall Sue Randall Actress, Desk Set Sue Randall was an actress who was born in 1935. Her primary roles were television instead of motion pictures with Desk Set being her only silver screen appearance. Sue's TV appearances were mostly guest roles in programs such as Twilight Zone, The Fugitive, Bonanza and Gunsmoke...
6. Tucker Smith Tucker Smith Actor, West Side Story
7. Paul Robeson Paul Robeson Soundtrack, Sanders of the River This handsome, eloquent and highly charismatic actor became one of the foremost interpreters of Eugene O'Neill's plays and one of the most treasured names in song during the first half of the twentieth century. He also courted disdain and public controversy for most of his career as a staunch Cold War-era advocate for human rights...
8. Joe Frazier Joe Frazier Self, Rocky
9. Gia Carangi Gia Carangi Uncategorised
10. David Ruffin David Ruffin Self, Episode #9.5 The man most of us know by his unmistakable, calming yet disturbed raspy voice was born Davis Eli Ruffin on January 18, 1941, in Whynot, Mississippi. His father, Eli Ruffin, was a Baptist minister. Only months after his birth his mother Ophelia Ruffin died, and his father later remarried, to a schoolteacher...
11. Marilyn Coleman Marilyn Coleman Actress, Menace II Society
12. Tammi Terrell Tammi Terrell Soundtrack, Guardians of the Galaxy
13. Dexter Gordon Dexter Gordon Actor, 'Round Midnight Dexter Gordon was considered one of the greatest jazz saxophonists ever, During his heyday, namely `45-`80, he played tenor sax with many of the all-time jazz greats, including Lionel Hampton, Louis Armstrong, Billy Eckstine and many others. In the 60s, he left his vices behind and created some wonderful music...
14. Christy Cabanne Christy Cabanne Director, The Mummy's Hand Christy Cabanne was, along with Sam Newfield and William Beaudine, one of the most prolific directors in the history of American films. A graduate of the US Naval Academy, Cabanne spent several years in the navy, leaving the service in 1908. He decided on a career in the theater, and became a director as well as an actor...
15. Robert Schiller Robert Schiller Actor, Operation: Nazi Zombies
16. B.S. Pully B.S. Pully Actor, Guys and Dolls
17. Edgar Rosenberg Edgar Rosenberg Writer, Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz
18. Frank Capra Jr. Frank Capra Jr. Producer, Battle for the Planet of the Apes It's a wonderful and busy life for Frank Capra, Jr., president of EUE/Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, North Carolina, currently the largest motion picture studio east of Hollywood. A second-generation filmmaker, Capra is the son of the late Lucille Rayburn Warner Capra and world-renowned director...
19. Mike Henson Mike Henson Actor, Big Guns One of the more popular performers in gay adult videos during the late '80s and early '90s, Mike Henson was born Kenneth Seymour in Sacramento, CA. After a stint in the army he settled in Los Angeles. His clean-cut good looks and natural athletic body soon found him work in David Forest's "Brad's Buddies" service...
20. Lars Hensen Lars Hensen Actor, The Champ
21. Marjorie Battles Marjorie Battles Actress, Dominic's Dream
22. John Facenda John Facenda Actor, The Burglar
23. William Guarnere William Guarnere Self, Points As a young man he joined the famous Easy Company of the 101st Airborne Infantry Division when it was first formed. His first combat jump as a paratrooper was into occupied France the night before D-Day as part of the mass invasion. Earned the name "Wild Bill" due to his heroic efforts in combat situations against the Germans. Lost part of his leg in the Battle of the Bulge.
24. H.H. Holmes H.H. Holmes Uncategorised Considered to be the first American serial-killer and possibly the most prolific, he was also a con-man and a bigamist. Holmes was a doctor who studied medicine at Ann Arbor. He then moved to New York where he practised briefly. His first brush with the law occurred there when some corpses where found in his possession...
25. David Burns David Burns Actor, Let's Make Love
26. Margaret Seddon Margaret Seddon Actress, Smilin' Through
27. Nicholas Joy Nicholas Joy Actor, Gentleman's Agreement
28. Frances Dade Frances Dade Actress, Dracula
29. John Henry Redwood John Henry Redwood Actor, Porky's
30. Joe Penner Joe Penner Actor, The Life of the Party US radio comedian who appeared in a handful of films.
31. John Hawkins John Hawkins Producer, A Harvest of Friends
32. Bill Bailey Bill Bailey Self, Rhythm and Blues Revue
33. Arthur V. Johnson Arthur V. Johnson Actor, The Sealed Room
34. Ronnie Dyson Ronnie Dyson Self, Episode dated 9 January 1970
35. Jean Corbett Jean Corbett Actress, Vertigo
36. Skip James Skip James Soundtrack, Ghost World Blues singer/guitarist Skip James was born in Bentonia, MS, in 1902, the son of a minister. He learned to play piano and guitar in high school, and it wasn't long before he was playing gigs at local dances and parties. In 1930 a Mississippi record-store owner heard him and arranged for him to record an album for Paramount Records at its studio in Grafton...
37. Lory Cahn Lory Cahn Self, Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport
38. Jay Barney Jay Barney Actor, The Killing Fields
39. Richard Barathy Richard Barathy Actor, The Golden One
40. Harold Melvin Harold Melvin Self, The Apollo Presents
41. Dennis Ott Dennis Ott Actor, Runaway Train
42. Joe Aufiery Joe Aufiery Actor, Dead Poets Society
43. Wedgwood Nowell Wedgwood Nowell Actor, 813
44. Marion Williams Marion Williams Soundtrack, Fried Green Tomatoes
45. Arlen Specter Arlen Specter Self, Episode dated 26 March 2006
46. Mace Greenleaf Mace Greenleaf Actor, Falling Leaves Mace Greenleaf began as a stage actor starring and supporting in many popular plays, perhaps his best known roles was as Herbert, the King's Forrester in 'The Prisoner of Zenda' in the 1890's and in 1898 played Mr. Hunston in Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's play 'Trelawny of the Wells' at the Lyceum Theatre in New York...
47. Cordelia Drexel Biddle Cordelia Drexel Biddle Writer, The Happiest Millionaire
48. Gene McFadden Gene McFadden Soundtrack, Shrek 2
49. Charles Brandt Charles Brandt Actor, The College Widow Charles Brandt born in Philadelphia in 1862. well-known stage performer from the 1880s. cheerful, white-haired gentleman who starred and supported in more than 60 movies for the Lubin Film Company from 1911, often seen as professionals or fathers in dramas and comedies, first appeared in 'His Chorus Girl Wife' directed by Harry Solter and starring Florence Lawrence in 1911...
50. Eugene Ormandy Eugene Ormandy Soundtrack, Ocean's Eleven Eugene Ormandy conducted the Philadelphia Orchestra for 44 years, one of the longest tenures of a maestro and one orchestra. The Philadelphia under Ormandy's direction wad extremely popular, winning two Grammy Awards and being awarded three gold records for sales exceeding 500,000 units. The maestro was born Jeno Ormandy-Blau on November 18...
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