24 names.

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1. William Putch William Putch Actor, Family
2. Ellis Foster Ellis Foster Actor, Hoodlum
3. Jean Carroll Jean Carroll Self, Dream Follies Jean Carroll came from a show business family. Her parents were actors. Her mother, Fern Lacey, was the original "Buster Brown" in vaudeville. Jean, with her sister JoAnn (Miss Hollywood of 1932), did extra and bit parts at M.G.M. and Hal Roach Studios from 1931 to 1933. They were in vaudeville and later were headliners in burlesque from 1933 on...
4. Scott Columbus Scott Columbus Self, Fire and Blood Ace rock drummer Scott Columbus was born on November 10, 1956. Scott joined the line-up for the hugely popular and successful heavy metal outfit Manowar in 1983; he was reportedly discovered by a female fan of the group beating aluminum in a local foundry. Columbus took a hiatus from the band in the early 1990's...
5. William Woolfolk William Woolfolk Writer, The Defenders
6. Edward Roseman Edward Roseman Actor, Fantomas
7. Elizabeth Cotten Elizabeth Cotten Soundtrack, Dogfight
8. Harold McGrath Harold McGrath Writer, The Drums of Jeopardy Harold McGrath was born in Syracuse, NY. He got his start as a writer with a job as a reporter and columnist on the Syracuse Herald newspaper, and published his first novel, "Arms and the Woman", in 1899. He turned into a prolific, though some critics said uninspired, author after that, churning out book after book in all different genres: war...
9. Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews Writer, The Perfect Tribute
10. Harriet May Mills Harriet May Mills Self, Votes for Women
11. Storm Boyd Storm Boyd Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Darling of the CSA
12. Jerry Berrigan Jerry Berrigan Self, NET Journal
13. Alberta E. Crowe Alberta E. Crowe Self, Celebrity Bowling
14. Jimmy Walsh Jimmy Walsh Self, World Series Games 1916, Boston vs. Brooklyn
15. Edward Noyes Wescott Edward Noyes Wescott Writer, David Harum Edward Noyes Wescott was an American banker who began writing "David Harum" while he was recuperating from tuberculosis. He finished his book late in 1896, but failed to live to see its publication in 1898. "David Harum" went on to sell over a million copies during the decades before the Second World War and spawn two films.
16. Walter Cusyk Walter Cusyk
17. Dick MacPherson Dick MacPherson Self, 1990 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl
18. Tom McEvoy Tom McEvoy Actor, When Cupid Runs Wild
19. Harry McLaughlin Harry McLaughlin Actor, West of the Rio Grande
20. Robert Deane Pharr Robert Deane Pharr Writer, Book of Numbers
21. Leslie Feinberg Leslie Feinberg Actress, Vor Transsexuellen wird gewarnt
22. Helen Boatwright Helen Boatwright Actress, Hansel and Gretel
23. Alan F. Milair Alan F. Milair Self, American Scary Alan F. Milair is an American actor that was born and grew up in Charleston, West Virginia. He moved to Syracuse N.Y. and became well know as Dr. Edward Nicholas Witty, his character in Monster Movie Matinée. His long running show featured black and white horror movies with scenes of Alan performing his role as a vampire like character in a haunted mansion...
24. Dolph Schayes Dolph Schayes Self, Sons of the City: New York
24 names.