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1. Dennis Hopper Dennis Hopper Actor, Speed Multi-talented and unconventional actor/director regarded by many as one of the true "enfant terribles" of Hollywood who has led an amazing cinematic career for more than five decades, Dennis Hopper was born on May 17, 1936 in Dodge City, Kansas. The young Hopper expressed interest in acting from a young age and first appeared in a slew of 1950s television series...
2. Chaney Kley Chaney Kley Actor, Darkness Falls
3. Barbara Colby Barbara Colby Actress, Murder by the Book Actress Barbara Colby, at age 36, was on the brink of TV character stardom when the native New Yorker was senselessly shot and killed one evening on the streets of Los Angeles. The tall, toothy, husky-voiced, frizzy-haired actress equipped with a keen, Brooklyn-tough sensibility and dead-on comedy instincts had just started to make a name for herself on the West coast when tragedy occurred...
4. Cork Hubbert Cork Hubbert Actor, Legend
5. Larry Nunn Larry Nunn Actor, The Major and the Minor
6. Jana Taylor Jana Taylor Actress, General Hospital
7. Andre Philippe Andre Philippe Actor, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
8. James Kiernan James Kiernan Actor, With Friends Like These
9. Gwili Andre Gwili Andre Actress, Secrets of the French Police Danish-born Gwili Andre was a blonde beauty who had the talent and the looks necessary for the big time, but somehow just couldn't put everything together and was mired in B pictures (e.g., Secrets of the French Police, Roar of the Dragon) for most of her career. After retiring from the screen, she died in an apartment fire in 1959.
10. Jean Malin Jean Malin Actor, Dancing Lady
11. George W. Hill George W. Hill Director, The Big House George W. Hill (1895-1934)--not to be confused with later director George Roy Hill (1921-2002) of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid fame--was one of the ace filmmakers at mighty MGM, along with King Vidor and Tod Browning, from the mid-'20s until his death in 1934, directing such major stars as Lon Chaney and Wallace Beery...
12. Ronnie Shark Ronnie Shark Actor, Bijou
13. Fred Haines Fred Haines Writer, Ulysses Born Los Angeles California, grew up in Tucson Arizona. Served in US Navy, 1953-57. Educated at Columbia University, New York, University of Arizona, Tucson, and University of California, Berkeley. Program producer and station manager for Pacifica Radio, 1960-64; assistant to executive story editor of Columbia Pictures...
14. Larry Harpel Larry Harpel Actor, Birth, Death, Love and Rice
15. Gerry Davis Gerry Davis Writer, Coronation Street British author, notably of science fiction teleplays, a former journalist and merchant seaman. Davis had a grounding in opera and had worked as a cinema translator in Italy. His first professional output as a writer was for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In 1965, he was employed as story editor by the BBC and the following year began a long-standing association with Doctor Who...
16. Ray Dannis Ray Dannis Actor, The Undertaker and His Pals
17. Bob Delegall Bob Delegall Actor, Secret Games 3
18. Alfred Perry Alfred Perry Music Department, The Guns of Navarone
19. Peter Jamison Peter Jamison Production Designer, Point Break
20. Kevin Gill Kevin Gill Producer, The Making of 'Road to Perdition'
21. Claire Anderson Claire Anderson Actress, Crown Jewels
22. Tom B. Forman Tom B. Forman Actor, Kosher Kitty Kelly
23. Katherine Gaskin Katherine Gaskin Actress, Undercover Blues
24. Jesse Ed Davis Jesse Ed Davis Soundtrack, Incident at Oglala
25. Bruce Michael Paine Bruce Michael Paine Actor, R.S.V.P.
26. Ruth Kissane Ruth Kissane Animation Department, Watership Down
27. Eric Adam Wittgren Eric Adam Wittgren Actor, Facing the Enemy
28. Tom Forman Tom Forman Actor, Within the Noose
29. Phyllis Flax Phyllis Flax Actress, Black Magic Woman Although Phyllis Flax came late to movies and television, she had been acting and performing since the age of five when she performed for the League of Nations. As she was quite under age when she started, Phyllis was taken under the wing of comedian and impresario Vic Oliver and his wife Sarah Churchill...
30. Norman Yonemoto Norman Yonemoto Director, Garage Sale
31. Philomene Long Philomene Long Director, The Beats: An Existential Comedy Philomene Long was born in Greenwich Village, and was a poet from age eight. She had two principal influences in common with Jack Kerouac: St. Theresa and Huckleberry Finn. At the age of eighteen she entered a convent but after five years behind cloister walls she fled in the middle of the night and migrated to Venice...
32. Phyllis White Phyllis White Writer, As the World Turns
33. Wendy Bott Wendy Bott Writer, Robbie's Brother Wendy Bott was a writer/producer for over a decade, beginning with work for National Lampoon magazine, moving on to Nickelodeon and VH-1. In New York, she was one of two staff writers for Comedy Central's Short Attention Span Theater, and she was a segment director for the Sci-Fi Channel's _"Anti-Gravity Room, The" (1996)_...
34. Sandy Bull Sandy Bull Actor, Tucker: The Man and His Dream
35. Margo Kaufman Margo Kaufman Writer, Mr. Hillman
36. Charles Logue Charles Logue Writer, The Shakedown
37. Harry Lamont Harry Lamont Actor, Blood and Sand
38. Charles A. Logue Charles A. Logue Art Department, Dracula
39. William Locke William Locke Actor, While New York Sleeps
40. J.P. Wild J.P. Wild Actor, A Phantom Husband
41. Peter Fuller Peter Fuller Editorial Department, Earth to America
42. Thomas Persse Thomas Persse Actor, A Pair of Silk Stockings
43. Gerald Griffin Gerald Griffin Actor, A Pair of Cupids
44. Roger Emerson Garris Roger Emerson Garris Writer, Smallpox
45. Yves Trebaol Yves Trebaol Actor, Honest Hutch
46. John Fleming Wilson John Fleming Wilson Writer, The Man Who Came Back
46 names.