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1. Cliff Frazier Cliff Frazier Actor, U.S. Marshals 1976 Rose Bowl star and All-American Defensive Tackle at UCLA, Frazier played one year in the NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs before becoming an actor. Cliff Frazier was born in St. Louis, Missouri on November 23, 1952. He moved to Ballwin, Missouri for high school, and after becoming a defensive prep football star...
2. Don Garner Don Garner Actor, I Love Lucy
3. Charity Grace Charity Grace Actress, Ben Casey
4. Tom Neal Jr. Tom Neal Jr. Actor, Detour
5. Phyllis Schlafly Phyllis Schlafly Self, HouseQuake Phyllis Schlafly is best known as a leader of the American fundamentalist conservative movement. A bitter opponent of the ideas espoused by modern feminism, she led the fight, which was ultimately successful, against the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment in 1982. She founded the Eagle Forum, an organization for conservative women, and is a published author and commentator...
6. Max Palmer Max Palmer Actor, Stone
7. Kate Chopin Kate Chopin Writer, The End of August
8. Will B. Able Will B. Able Actor, Jack and the Beanstalk
9. Rodney Winfield Rodney Winfield Actor, Talkin' Dirty After Dark
10. Jack Buck Jack Buck Actor, Arli$$
11. Chuck Conners Chuck Conners Self, Jerry Springer
12. Charles Eames Charles Eames Director, 'Where Did You Go?' 'Out.' 'What Did You Do?' 'Nothing.'
13. Gayle McCormick Gayle McCormick Self, American Bandstand
14. William Rankin William Rankin Writer, The Harvey Girls
15. Bob Newkirk Bob Newkirk Actor, The Millionaire
16. Dave Mungenast Sr. Dave Mungenast Sr. Actor, Harry & Son Dave Mungenast, Sr. was born in St. Louis, Missouri on October 1st, 1934. His south St. Louis upbringing was influenced by motorcycles at an early age, and became his first opportunity for his own business in 1965. His motorcycle business opened the door for car dealerships and, somewhere along the way...
17. Lynn Deerfield Lynn Deerfield Actress, Guiding Light Lynne graduated in 1967 from Horton Watkins High School in Ladue, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, where she starred as Emily in "Our Town" and was a gifted pianist. She trained as an actor at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City. Her classmates included Meryl Streep and Diane Keaton...
18. Fontella Bass Fontella Bass Soundtrack, I, Robot
19. Stuart Kaminsky Stuart Kaminsky Writer, Once Upon a Time in America Stuart M. Kaminsky is a prolific author, born in Chicago in 1934 to Leo and Dorothy Kaminsky. He earned a BS in Journalism, and an MA in English from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a PhD in Speech from Northwestern where he taught from 1973 until 1989. He was a professor and head...
20. David Peaston David Peaston Self, Sunday Night
21. Rift Fournier Rift Fournier Writer, Go
22. Frank Gaby Frank Gaby Actor, Sweetheart of the Campus
23. Charles Bobo Shaw Charles Bobo Shaw Composer, Le manque
24. Irvin Talbot Irvin Talbot Music Department, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
25. Curtis Brown Curtis Brown Self, NFL Monday Night Football
26. Bud Wilkinson Bud Wilkinson Self, The NFL on CBS
27. Johnnie 'Mac' McHaynes Johnnie 'Mac' McHaynes Actor, Nice Girls Don't Explode
28. Elizabeth Shaw Elizabeth Shaw Actress, American Playhouse
29. Walter Benjamin Hare Walter Benjamin Hare Writer, Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick
30. Maury Travis Maury Travis Self, Primetime
31. George P. Vierheller George P. Vierheller Self, Visiting St. Louis
32. Juanita Wright Juanita Wright Actress, Saturday Night's Main Event
33. Tim Drummond Tim Drummond Music Department, Streets of Fire
34. Ken Boyer Ken Boyer Self, Home Run Derby
35. Buddy Moreno Buddy Moreno Actor, Two Girls and a Sailor
36. Helen Hawley Helen Hawley Actress, The Laughing Lady
37. Dave Ricketts Dave Ricketts Self, 1967 World Series
38. Shelby Storck Shelby Storck Writer, Monument to the Dream Shelby Storck was born in Kansas City and graduated from the University of Kansas City in 1937. He was a newscaster for WDAF radio from 1939 until he joined the Navy in 1942. A Navy pilot, he rose to the rank of lieutenant commander before being discharged in 1945. Two of his years of service had been in the European theater of the war...
39. Stan Kann Stan Kann Actor, The Two of Us
40. Harry Tobias Harry Tobias Soundtrack, Leaving Las Vegas
41. Marty Marion Marty Marion Self, ESPN 25: Who's #1?
42. Ed Macauley Ed Macauley Self, The Way It Was
43. Hal Keene Hal Keene Self, You Bet Your Life
44. Jennings Randolph Jennings Randolph Self, Huey Long
45. Robert McFerrin Robert McFerrin Actor, Porgy and Bess
46. Stanley Elkin Stanley Elkin Writer, Alex & the Gypsy
47. Johnnie Johnson Johnnie Johnson Self, Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll Early rock pioneer Johnnie Johnwon was born in West Virginia in 1924. He taught himself to play piano as a youth. When World War II broke out he moved to Detroit, Michigan, to get a job in the defense plants there. In 1943 he joined the US Marines and played in a Marine "big and" that toured and performed in the Pacific theater...
48. Mansur Ball Mansur Ball Actor, Adavilo
49. Barron Winchester Barron Winchester Actor, A Pleasure Doing Business
50. Dorothy Dorr Dorothy Dorr Actress, Hollywouldn't Dorothy Dorr, according to this bio, was born Dorothy Evelyn Wilkinson on October 4, 1897, yet her marriage to Henry Jackson Wells Dam is listed as having occurred in 1891, six years before her birth. Now, I know women claim to be younger than they really are, and Hollywood starlets definitely like to remain young, but...
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