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1. John Neville John Neville Actor, The X Files When he was in his early sixties, Terry Gilliam cast him in the title role of The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. Although the film was a financial failure, his starring role in this major production, as well as his fine performance, led to an explosion in his career. He has since had numerous roles in feature films and television...
2. Alberta Watson Alberta Watson Actress, The Sweet Hereafter Alberta Watson, well known to television audiences for her Gemini award-nominated role as Madeline on La Femme Nikita, enjoys a long and diverse career in television and film. A native of Toronto, Watson began performing with a local theater group as a teenager. She received a Genie nomination for Best Supporting Actress for one of her first movie roles...
3. Maury Chaykin Maury Chaykin Actor, Dances with Wolves The award-winning Canadian-American character actor Maury Chaykin was born on July 27, 1949 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Professor Irving J. Chaykin and his wife Clarice. Irving Chaykin, an American citizen, taught accountancy at the City College of New York. The former Clarice Bloomfield, his mother...
4. John Colicos John Colicos Actor, The Changeling
5. Susan Douglas Rubes Susan Douglas Rubes Actress, Five As an actress, Susan Rubes has enjoyed a Broadway career where she won the Donaldson Award for best supporting actress in 1946. Breaking into American TV she played the character "Kathy" for 10 years on the daytime drama, Guiding Light. Moving to Canada with her actor husband, Jan Rubes, she...
6. Jackie Burroughs Jackie Burroughs Actress, Lost and Delirious Jackie Burroughs was born February 2, 1939 in Lancashire, England, UK. She acted in live theater at Ontario's Stratford Festival before she made her film debut appearance in The Ernie Game, she went on to act in several other films which include The Grey Fox a performance that earned her a Genie...
7. Jan Rubes Jan Rubes Actor, Witness Born in Czechoslovakia. After graduating in 1945 from the Conservatory of Music in Prague, Jan Rubes went on to join the Prague Opera House as their youngest basso singer. He also performed at the Pilsen Opera House in leading roles in his early years. By 1948, he was chosen to represent Czechoslovakia at the International Music Festival held in Geneva and won first prize in his category...
8. Wayne Robson Wayne Robson Actor, Cube
9. Jeff Healey Jeff Healey Soundtrack, Road House
10. Keith Knight Keith Knight Actor, Meatballs
11. Danny Wells Danny Wells Actor, Magnolia
12. Al Waxman Al Waxman Actor, The Hurricane
13. Gerard Parkes Gerard Parkes Actor, The Boondock Saints
14. Donald Harron Donald Harron Actor, The Hospital
15. Guylaine St-Onge Guylaine St-Onge Actress, Angel Eyes
16. Sydney Newman Sydney Newman Writer, Doctor Who
17. Tracy Wright Tracy Wright Actress, Me and You and Everyone We Know
18. Doug Lennox Doug Lennox Actor, X-Men
19. Diane Polley Diane Polley Casting Director, Anne of Green Gables
20. Peter Kastner Peter Kastner Actor, You're a Big Boy Now Peter Kastner graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) with a degree in Modern European History. He studied also at UCLA for a Masters degree in that field but put those studies aside to pursue acting work. He was a lifelong learner, most recently teaching himself Yiddish in the original Hebrew script.
21. Cec Linder Cec Linder Actor, Goldfinger
22. Charmion King Charmion King Actress, Anne of Green Gables
23. Leslie Carlson Leslie Carlson Actor, The Fly Excellent, prolific, and versatile character actor Leslie Carlson was born on February 24, 1933 in Mitchell, South Dakota. Leslie earned both a BFA and an MA from the University of South Dakota, which he attended in the 1950's. Carlson began his acting career performing in several stage plays in both America and England...
24. Joseph Scoren Joseph Scoren Actor, Chicago
25. Ernie Coombs Ernie Coombs Actor, Casey's Spaghetti Lunch Ernie Coombs was born in Lewiston, Maine on November 26, 1927. He studied commercial art but an interest in theatre led to painting scenary. In the earlier part of his career, he worked with Pittsburgh Miniature Theatre, a touring children's theatre, and at WQED-TV. In 1963, he met Fred Rogers and came with Fred to Canada to work as a puppeteer on Mr Rogers...
26. Peter Bray Peter Bray Producer, The Art of War
27. Jerry Fielding Jerry Fielding Composer, The Bad News Bears A three-time Oscar nominee, Jerry Fielding was among the boldest and most experimental of all Hollywood film composers. His music typically utilized advanced compositional procedures, producing dense, often richly dissonant orchestral textures, sometimes flavored with jazz. Fielding's film music career was marked by enduring and rewarding collaborations with Sam Peckinpah...
28. Lucy Maud Montgomery Lucy Maud Montgomery Writer, Anne of Avonlea Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author with roots in Scotland. She lost her mother at an early age, and was raised by her maternal grandparents. She began to keep a diary and discovered at the age of 10 that she could write poetry. After college she became a teacher but kept writing. In 1908 her first novel...
29. Peter Donaldson Peter Donaldson Actor, The Sweet Hereafter
30. Denis Simpson Denis Simpson Actor, Polka Dot Door
31. Tom Harvey Tom Harvey Actor, Away from Her
32. Rummy Bishop Rummy Bishop Actor, Adventures in Babysitting
33. Jack Mather Jack Mather Actor, Billy Madison
34. Billy Van Billy Van Actor, For Better or for Worse: The Bestest Present Billy Van was born in Toronto, Canada in 1934. He was a manic comic actor who starred in CBC-TV's Nightcap in the 1960s and the Hilarious House of Frightenstein in the '70s. The Hilarious House of Frightenstein starred Vincent Price, with Van as host and a variety of characters, including The Count...
35. Linda Griffiths Linda Griffiths Actress, Lianna
36. Ronald Radd Ronald Radd Actor, The Offence
37. Sean Sullivan Sean Sullivan Actor, 2001: A Space Odyssey
38. Derek Vanlint Derek Vanlint Cinematographer, Alien
39. Harry Alan Towers Harry Alan Towers Producer, The Mangler Harry Alan Towers was born in London on 19th October, 1920. During the Second World War he was Flying Officer in the Royal Air Force. Later he became program director for British Forces radio. In 1946 Towers establish a company called Towers of London that sold various syndicated radio shows around the world...
40. Jack Duffy Jack Duffy Actor, It's a Boy Girl Thing Jack Duffy was born in Montreal, Canada. He began his career as a singer and actor on CBC Radio at age 19. After this he joined a vocal group called the Bob-O-Links that toured America for two years with Tommy Dorsey's orchestra. Jack continued as a solo singer with Dorsey's band until 1950. In 1952...
41. Paul Kligman Paul Kligman Actor, Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
42. Diane Nyland Diane Nyland Actress, The Trouble with Tracy
43. Marc Strange Marc Strange Writer, The Beachcombers
44. Allan King Allan King Director, Silence of the North
45. Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter Writer, The Hurricane Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was boxing's most feared middleweight contender in the early 1960s. Standing only 5' 8" tall and weighing 160 lbs., he nevertheless had one of the most muscular builds in the sport. With a shaved head, Fu Manchu mustache and bulging muscles, he sent shudders and shakes through his opponents...
46. Lois Lilienstein Lois Lilienstein Soundtrack, Billy Madison
47. Kirsten Bishop Kirsten Bishop Actress, Frequency
48. Frances Hyland Frances Hyland Actress, The Changeling
49. Barbara Hamilton Barbara Hamilton Actress, Bogus
50. David Abraham David Abraham Actor, Gol Maal David Abraham, usually credited as simply David, was a popular character actor of Jewish and Indian descent. He starred in over one-hundred films, and often portrayed a friendly and helpful uncle-like character. He won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for his role in Boot Polish. Besides his acting roles...
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