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1. Doug McClure Doug McClure Actor, The Virginian Douglas Osborne McClure was born on May 11, 1935 in Glendale, California. Educated at UCLA, this blond leading man long made a career of apparent agelessness. He played one young sidekick after another through numerous movies and one television series after another, playing 20ish roles into his late 40s...
2. Cleavon Little Cleavon Little Actor, Blazing Saddles Versatile, charismatic African-American actor Cleavon Little was born on June 1, 1939, in Oklahoma but grew up in California and attended San Diego College. He earned a scholarship to Juilliard and moved to New York, then trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Art and was soon appearing off-Broadway...
3. Wendie Jo Sperber Wendie Jo Sperber Actress, Back to the Future Though she was known best for drawing laughs as whiny, excitable characters throughout her raucous film and TV career, actress/comedienne Wendie Jo Sperber showed a brave, compassionate and humane side in the last years of her life. The Los Angeles-born performer developed a driving passion for acting in her teen years...
4. John Anderson John Anderson Actor, Psycho A tall, sinewy, austere-looking character actor with silver hair, rugged features and a distinctive voice, John Robert Anderson left an impressive legacy of literally hundreds of film and TV credits. Immensely versatile, he was at his best submerging himself in the role of historical figures (he impersonated Abraham Lincoln three times and twice baseball commissioner Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis...
5. Warren Stevens Warren Stevens Actor, Forbidden Planet Warren Stevens was born in Pennsylvania and joined the Navy at age 17. His interest in acting was piqued while he was attending Annapolis, and this resulted in 12 weeks of summer stock in Virginia. His friends, Gregory Peck and Kenneth Tobey, later arranged interviews for Stevens at the renowned Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City...
6. Christopher Mayer Christopher Mayer Actor, Liar Liar
7. Robert Donner Robert Donner Actor, Cool Hand Luke Robert Donner was born in New York City and grew up in New Jersey, Michigan and Texas. Robert joined the Navy after he graduated from high school and served almost 4 years. After he left the Navy he stayed on the West Coast and worked as a shipping clerk, salesman, bartender, commercial artist, gardener...
8. Dennis Burkley Dennis Burkley Actor, The Doors
9. Bobby Troup Bobby Troup Actor, Emergency!
10. Cathriona White Cathriona White Makeup Department, Bunker 731
11. Robert Karnes Robert Karnes Actor, The Lawless Years
12. Don Cornelius Don Cornelius Writer, Soul Train
13. Jim Boles Jim Boles Actor, A Big Hand for the Little Lady
14. Mary O'Connor Mary O'Connor Self, The Girls Next Door
15. Fritz Manes Fritz Manes Producer, Pale Rider
16. Sol Saks Sol Saks Writer, Bewitched Sol Saks, the screenwriter and TV executive who became a millionaire for writing the pilot for the TV series Bewitched, was born on December 13, 1910 n New York City, though he was raised Chicago from the time he was two-years-old. A radio actor as a child, Saks started out his professional life as an adult as a journalist...
17. Byron Webster Byron Webster Actor, The Poseidon Adventure Byron Webster made 1951 his film debut in Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.. He moved to the USA in 1952 and settled in Chicago, Illinois. Acting assignments were few in Chicago, and he supplemented his income working for British European Airways. After some local area (Illinois) theatre work, he was cast in the NY company of "The Killing of Sister George," and then in "Funny Girl." Moving to Los Angeles in 1966...
18. Greg Goossen Greg Goossen Actor, The Royal Tenenbaums
19. Frances Marshall Frances Marshall Actress, Unbecoming Age
20. Malvin Wald Malvin Wald Writer, The Naked City
21. Preston Pierce Preston Pierce Actor, Angels' Wild Women
22. Paul Salamunovich Paul Salamunovich Music Department, A.I. Artificial Intelligence Acclaimed Grammy®-nominated choral conductor and Los Angeles Master Chorale (LAMC) Music Director Emeritus Paul Salamunovich, whose artistry touched millions of people around the world through recordings, live performances, college and university clinics, and the numerous film scores on which he conducted and sang, has died at age 86 from multiple complications due to West Nile virus...
23. Charles C. Coleman Charles C. Coleman Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Sunset Blvd.
24. Ann Marcus Ann Marcus Writer, Days of Our Lives After graduating from Western College in Ohio, Ann Marcus got a job on the New York Daily News - one of the first young women to become a copy "boy". In a matter of weeks she was promoted to reporter, and parlayed her first byline story to a job on Life Magazine where she worked with famed photographers such as Alfred Eisenstadt...
25. Captain Bob Captain Bob Self, The Girls Next Door
26. Victoria Howden Victoria Howden Actress, Wild Child
27. Pauline Byrne Pauline Byrne Actress, The Big Store
28. Raymond Craddock Raymond Craddock Sound Department, Pete's Dragon
29. Fred Price Fred Price Set Decorator, Cool Hand Luke
30. Barbara Dreyfus Barbara Dreyfus Miscellaneous Crew, Prizzi's Honor Barbara Dreyfus was the head of Will Packer Productions and began her career in the legal department of the William Morris Agency. She worked as an agent at InterTalent and then at ICM, where she worked in the motion picture literary department before moving to UTA where she represented writers, directors and producers for thirteen years.
31. Preshy Marker Preshy Marker Actress, Death Valley Days
32. Joie Hutchinson Joie Hutchinson Costume and Wardrobe Department, The Fisher King
33. Ray Craddock Ray Craddock Sound Department, Six Bridges to Cross
34. Phillip Palousek Phillip Palousek Visual Effects, Donnie Darko
34 names.