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1. Lee Marvin Lee Marvin Actor, The Dirty Dozen Prematurely white-haired character star who began as a supporting player of generally vicious demeanor, then metamorphosed into a star of both action and drama projects, Lee Marvin was born in New York City to Lamont Waltman Marvin, an advertising executive, and his wife Courtenay Washington Davidge...
2. Carl Steven Carl Steven Actor, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
3. Don Pardo Don Pardo Self, Jeopardy!
4. Linda McCartney Linda McCartney Soundtrack, American Hustle
5. Rex Allen Rex Allen Actor, Charlotte's Web Rex Allen started out as a singer in vaudeville, and sang on numerous radio shows before hooking up with a traveling rodeo show. He signed with Republic Pictures and became a popular singing cowboy, and was often paired with sidekick Slim Pickens. He starred in his own western TV series, Frontier Doctor and in the 1960s was the narrator on many nature documentaries for Walt Disney.
6. Irish McCalla Irish McCalla Actress, She Demons
7. Larry Buchanan Larry Buchanan Director, Mars Needs Women Self-described schlockmeister Larry Buchanan was born Marcus Larry Seale, Jr. on January 31, 1923. Orphaned at an early age, he was sent to a Baptist orphanage. After graduating from high school in Dallas, the 18-year-old turned down a scholarship to study the ministry at Baylor University to accept an apprenticeship in the props department with 20th Century-Fox Studios...
8. Michael Bennett Michael Bennett Miscellaneous Crew, A Chorus Line
9. Jim Ameche Jim Ameche Actor, The Story of Mankind
10. Richard Hoyt Richard Hoyt Actor, Car for Sale
11. Don Starr Don Starr Actor, Bird
12. Fred Kelly Fred Kelly Actor, Deep in My Heart
13. William Meigs William Meigs Actor, The Protégé
14. Edward Abbey Edward Abbey Writer, Lonely Are the Brave
15. Eva Garza Eva Garza Actress, Bolero inmortal
16. Fredric Brown Fredric Brown Writer, Arena Attended University of Cincinatti, Hanover College, Indiana, but didn't obtain a degree. Worked in an office 1924-36, when he left to become writer, proofreader for the "Milwaukee Journal". Also started writing at this time, selling the first of over 300 short stories. Active in both science-fiction and mystery fields...
17. Robert Elliott Robert Elliott Actor, Animal House
18. Fred Imus Fred Imus Self, Imus in the Morning on MSNBC
19. Sandy Rosenthal Sandy Rosenthal Actor, The Desperado
20. John D. Rockefeller Jr. John D. Rockefeller Jr. Uncategorised
21. Jay Watson Jay Watson Uncategorised
22. Frank Kennedy Frank Kennedy Casting Department, Major League For the first 31 years of his life Frank Kennedy was in the military in one form or another, from the United States Cavalry in the late 1930's the Air Corp in World War II, the Air Reserve until 1951. Recalled for the Korean Conflict he stayed in until he retired in 1966 as a Lt. Colonel after serving in Viet Nam...
23. Marion Marlowe Marion Marlowe Self, Episode #8.44
24. Charles Igor Gorin Charles Igor Gorin Self, Ralph Threatens to Leave Composer, singer and actor. He came to the USA in 1933 and became a US citizen in 1939. Educated at the Vienna Conservatory (on scholarship) with Victor Fuchs, he debuted as a singer with the Czech State Opera. His American debut came in 1939 at the Hollywood Bowl, and he also sang on films and radio...
25. Mildred Gordon Mildred Gordon Writer, That Darn Cat!
26. Max Marcin Max Marcin Writer, Silence
27. Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon Writer, That Darn Cat!
28. Jerry Madden Jerry Madden Actor, A Wolf in Cheap Clothing
29. Mike Letz Mike Letz Actor, The Bellboy
30. Rusty Lee Rusty Lee Actor, Raising Arizona
31. Ola Moore Ola Moore Actress, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
32. Larry Randles Larry Randles Stunts, Conan the Barbarian
33. Sidney Dawson Sidney Dawson Actor, Raising Arizona
34. Robert Breer Robert Breer Director, Fuji
35. Joseph Bonanno Joseph Bonanno Writer, Bonanno: A Godfather's Story
36. Mitzi Mayfair Mitzi Mayfair Actress, Four Jills in a Jeep Mitzi Mayfair was born Juanita Emylyn Pique on June 6, 1914, in Fulton, Kentucky. Her grandfather was a minister and she attended church every Sunday. Mitzi started dancing when she was a child. Although she never took a lesson a local theatrical producer cast her in a kiddie review. Vaudevillian Gus Edwards saw Mitzi in the show and asked her to go on tour...
37. Rosemary Taylor Rosemary Taylor Writer, Chicken Every Sunday
38. Mario Salvaneschi Mario Salvaneschi Actor, State Fair
39. Iceal Hambleton Iceal Hambleton Miscellaneous Crew, Bat*21
40. Dick Calkins Dick Calkins Writer, Buck Rogers
41. Zenna Henderson Zenna Henderson Writer, The People Graduated Arizona State College, 1940. Became an elementary school teacher, teaching in America, France, and perhaps most significantly, in internment camps for Japanse-Americans in WWII. Frequently used her teaching experience as a base for her fiction. First published story was "Come On, Wagon" in "The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction" in 1951...
42. Edgar Justice Edgar Justice Actor, Someone's Watching Me!
43. Bruno Lessing Bruno Lessing Writer, Aschenbrödel
44. James Madden James Madden Actor, As the World Turns
45. Hortense Alden Hortense Alden Actress, Time for You and Time for Me
46. Helen Case Helen Case Actress, The Ball Player and the Bandit
47. Susan Sharkey Susan Sharkey Actress, Enemies
48. Jean Redpath Jean Redpath Self, Episode #16.146
49. Wendelle Stevens Wendelle Stevens Self, UFO's Are Real
50. Larry Clinton Larry Clinton Soundtrack, Raging Bull Larry Clinton, "The Old Dipsy Doodler", was a musician who played trumpet, trombone and clarinet, arranged and wrote music, and served as the leader of his own dance band. Born on August 17, 1909, in Brooklyn, New York, he charted nearly 40 hit recordings, including the #1 hits "Cry, Baby, Cry" (1938), "My Reverie Heart and Soul" (1938) and "Deep Purple" (1939)...
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