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1. Luke Askew Luke Askew Actor, Cool Hand Luke Tall and rangy, usually sporting long mangy hair, and frequently projecting a strong and intense on-screen presence, character actor Luke Askew made a potent and lasting impression playing a substantial volume of mean and fearsome villains in both motion pictures and television shows alike in a career that spanned over forty years...
2. Katherine Woodville Katherine Woodville Actress, Days of Our Lives
3. Boris Sagal Boris Sagal Director, The Omega Man
4. Stanley Fafara Stanley Fafara Actor, Beaver's Old Friend In 1957, seven-year-old Stanley Fafara's mother took him to an open casting call for a new television series about a suburban family entitled "Leave It To Beaver." He had been working in commercials and television westerns since the age of four, and was somewhat of an old hand at auditions. He earned the part of "Whitey" Whitney...
5. Lyle Alzado Lyle Alzado Actor, Ernest Goes to Camp Former NFL defensive linesman who played with the Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos from 1971 through to 1991. Alzado amassed a string of prestigious achievements in his NFL career including being named ABC's 1977 Defensive Player of The Year and Defensive Linesman of the Year, plus...
6. Jack Buetel Jack Buetel Actor, The Outlaw Actor remembered for not much besides his portrayal of the infamous Billy the Kid opposite Jane Russell and her sensation-arousing bosom in Howard Hughes's equally infamous 'The Outlaw' (1941).
7. George Bruns George Bruns Composer, Robin Hood Born in Oregon in 1914, George Bruns was the son of a sawmill worker. He took music lessons as a child, becoming proficient on the piano, tuba and trombone. He attended Oregon State Agricultural College, and in order to pay tuition he played in the ROTC band. Deciding on a musical career, he left college to be a full-time musician, and was soon playing with the likes of Jack Teagarden...
8. Shelley Beattie Shelley Beattie Self, First Half Preliminary Round 4: Street vs. Cooley/Montalvo vs. Pepe Shelley Ann Beattie was born in Orange County, California, where she at the age of three suffered from severe hearing loss due to overdose of aspirins; the overdose caused her to lose all her ability to hear in one ear and reduced her ability to hear by thirty percent in the other. This event changed her life at an early age...
9. Shell Kepler Shell Kepler Actress, General Hospital
10. Cody Curtis Cody Curtis Self, How to Die in Oregon A longtime resident of Portland, Oregon. Raised in Idaho and attended the University of Idaho. Graduate of The Harvard School of Business. Administrator at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge and the Bio-Informatics Center, Portland. Her community interests included restoring her historic home...
11. Art Balinger Art Balinger Actor, The Towering Inferno
12. Francisco Reynders Francisco Reynders Actor, Grandpa's Magical Toys Francisco "Frans" Reynders was an active and highly-regarded mime, theatrical designer and fine artist. Growing up in The Netherlands, he eventually moved to the United States, first living in . He later moved to Portland, Oregon where he taught at Lewis and Clark College and founded the Oregon Mime Theater in 1977...
13. Homer Groening Homer Groening Director, Basic Brown Basic Blue
14. Reid Shelton Reid Shelton Actor, The Sentinel
15. Vern Taylor Vern Taylor Actor, An Officer and a Gentleman
16. John Mitchell John Mitchell Self, Jimi Plays Monterey
17. Marian Anderson Marian Anderson Soundtrack, The Great Debaters Marian Anderson was born on February 27, 1897, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the first of three sisters in the family. Her father, named John Anderson, was a salesman at a railroad station. Her mother, named Anna Anderson, was a schoolteacher. From the age of six, Anderson sang in the choir of the United Methodist Church...
18. Ernest Haycox Ernest Haycox Writer, Stagecoach Haycox is the writer most often credited with raising western fiction up from the pulps into the mainstream; his influence on other writers of western fiction cannot be overestimated. He was a prolific writer, with almost three hundred short stories and more than twenty novels to his credit, and is among the most successful writers of American western fiction...
19. Bill Edmondson Bill Edmondson Sound Department, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
20. Danny Simon Danny Simon Writer, The Colgate Comedy Hour Danny Simon was a comedy writer, who together with his brother, Neil Simon, wrote for such classic 1950s television series as Your Show of Shows. It was Danny who mentored his younger sibling and nicknamed him "Doc". They worked together in radio in the late 1940s and then in television, a period of their lives chronicled in Neil Simon's 1993 play, "Laughter on the 23rd Floor"...
21. Don Borisenko Don Borisenko Actor, Night of Passion Canadian performer who was seen in films and television from late 1950s to the 1970s. Called "the Canadian James Dean", after appearing in several features with success, Borisenko went to England where he had starring roles in two films by fellow Canadians: Sidney J. Furie's wartime melodrama "During One Night" (1960)...
22. Bob Comfort Bob Comfort Writer, Dogfight
23. Tom McCall Tom McCall Actor, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
24. Art Barr Art Barr Actor, Immortal Combat Art Barr was born in 1967 in Portland, Oregon. He was the son of professional wrestler Ferrin Barr, or Dandy Sandy. Barr grew up in Portland in & around the wrestling scene. He started wrestling around Oregon in the early 80s, and was mentored by the legendary 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper. He created a Beetlegeuce-like character called "The Juicer" that briefly took him to WCW in the early 90s...
25. Bernice Claire Bernice Claire Actress, The Song of the Flame As a singer of light opera, Bernice Claire could be called the trailblazer for Jeanette MacDonald. In the year 1930, Claire and Alexander Gray were "the" operetta duo of talking pictures. Born Bernice Janighen in Oakland, California, Bernice was favorably influenced by her distinguished Castlemont High Schoolteacher...
26. Marie Selland Marie Selland Actress, Invasion of the Body Snatchers
27. Ed Rosenbaum Ed Rosenbaum Actor, The Doctor
28. Michelle Gaudreau Michelle Gaudreau Actress, The 11th Hour
29. John Callahan John Callahan Writer, Pelswick
30. Hilliard Marks Hilliard Marks Producer, Humphrey Bogart Show
31. Margo Su Margo Su Actress, Confidencias matrimoniales
32. Lawrencia Bembenek Lawrencia Bembenek Writer, Woman on Trial: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story
33. Frank Alten Frank Alten Actor, Manhunt of Mystery Island
34. David Golden David Golden Production Manager, Kramer vs. Kramer
35. Maurice Lucas Maurice Lucas Self, Mania
36. Thomas E. Gaddis Thomas E. Gaddis Writer, Birdman of Alcatraz
37. Debra Ritz Mason Debra Ritz Mason Actress, The 7th Guest
38. Bill White Jr. Bill White Jr. Actor, Alarm at Pleasant Valley
39. Bob Gibson Bob Gibson Actor, All You Need Is Cash
40. Liz Holzman Liz Holzman Art Department, Fly
41. Richard Walsh Richard Walsh Actor, The Soft Touch
42. Robert Schoenhut Robert Schoenhut Camera and Electrical Department, Dances with Wolves Cinematographer Bob Schoenhut learned many years ago how to scout a location, get in with all his gear, get the shot, and get out. But he didn't gain such experience on the set of any motion picture or television program. He learned it in the Marines during combat training in the '60s. The instruction...
43. Mary Jane Carr Mary Jane Carr Writer, Westward Ho, the Wagons!
44. Ruben Sierra Ruben Sierra Actor, My Family Ruben Sierra was born in 1946 in San Antonio Texas. He was involved in theater at a very young age. He was a professor at California State University and the University of Southern California but he spent the bulk of his career at the University of Washington. He served for more than a decade there as the director of the school's Ethnic Cultural Center and Theater...
45. Kelly Zapp Kelly Zapp Actor, Wavelength
46. James Whitcomb Brougher Sr. James Whitcomb Brougher Sr. Self, Episode #10.32
47. Graham Doar Graham Doar Writer, The Outer Limit
48. Bea Marcus Bea Marcus Actress, Terror on Alcatraz
49. Steve Karatzas Steve Karatzas Art Director, The Last Innocent Man American production designer, art director, and set decorator. A former painter and sculptor, Karatzas entered films as an art director in 1984, working on a CBS television movie. He worked extensively in television long-form projects until his early death from a heart attack at 44.
50. Marcus Borg Marcus Borg Self, Peter Jennings Reporting: The Search for Jesus
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