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1. Veronica Lake Veronica Lake Actress, Sullivan's Travels Veronica Lake was born as Constance Frances Marie Ockleman on November 14, 1922, in Brooklyn, New York. She was the daughter of Constance Charlotta (Trimble) and Harry Eugene Ockelman, who worked for an oil company as a ship employee. Her father was of half German and half Irish descent, and her mother was of Irish ancestry...
2. Robert Keeshan Robert Keeshan Actor, Episode dated 1 September 1981 Television producer and host Robert James Keeshan was born in Lynbrook, Long Island, New York. As a young man he served in the US Marine Corps Reserve. Starting as a page at the National Broadcasting Company, Keeshan later began his on-air career as the original "Clarabell, the Clown" for the NBC The Howdy Doody Show (aka "The Howdy Doody Show")...
3. Gwen Verdon Gwen Verdon Actress, All My Children Gwen Verdon was born to the theater. Her mother, Gertrude, was a vaudevillian and dancer. Her father, Joseph, was an MGM studio electrician. She had to wear corrective boots as a child to straighten out her legs, which were misshapen by childhood illness. Nonetheless, she first appeared as a tapper on stage at age 6...
4. Maria von Trapp Maria von Trapp Writer, The Sound of Music Singer Maria Trapp was born on January 26, 1905, aboard a train, as her mother hurried from their village in the Tyrol to the hospital in Vienna, Austria. Her mother, Augusta (nee Rainer), died shortly after Maria was born, and her father, Karl Kutschera, died when she was 6 years old. As a guardian to Maria...
5. James Goldstone James Goldstone Director, Where No Man Has Gone Before
6. Robert J. Flaherty Robert J. Flaherty Director, Nanook of the North
7. Shirley Jackson Shirley Jackson Writer, The Haunting Shirley Jackson was a horror and mystery writer born in San Francisco, California in 1916. She is best remembered for her unsettling novel of paranoia and the supernatural, 'The Haunting of Hill House' (1959) and her terrifying short story 'The Lottery' (1948), a horror tale rife with symbolism that is still puzzled over by critics and academics to this day...
8. Addison Powell Addison Powell Actor, Another World
9. John Addison John Addison Music Department, Sleuth
10. Peter Tewksbury Peter Tewksbury Director, Sunday in New York
11. Pearl S. Buck Pearl S. Buck Writer, The Good Earth Daughter of Christian missionaries, Pearl Buck was reared and educated in China. She received her university education in America but returned to China in the mid-1910s. She became a university instructor and writer, eventually authoring novels about China, some of which were turned into Hollywood films...
12. Shelby Payne Shelby Payne Actress, The Big Sleep
13. Robert Penn Warren Robert Penn Warren Writer, All the King's Men Novelist, poet, critic and teacher. His best-known novel, "All the King's Men" (1946), won the Pulitzer Prize in 1947. The screen adaptation, All the King's Men, won the Academy Award for best motion picture of 1949. In 1986, Warren became the first poet laureate of the United States.
14. Ernest Kinoy Ernest Kinoy Writer, Buck and the Preacher
15. Sidney Glazier Sidney Glazier Producer, The Producers
16. Robert W. Castle Robert W. Castle Actor, Sleepers
17. Patrick Farrow Patrick Farrow Actor, The Glass Cage
18. Steven Bach Steven Bach Self, Final Cut: The Making and Unmaking of Heaven's Gate
19. Henrik Galeen Henrik Galeen Writer, Nosferatu
20. Charlotte Potok Charlotte Potok Actress, State and Main
21. Vern Reed Vern Reed Actor, The Music Man
22. Robert Lincoln Robert Lincoln Self, Prince Henry (of Prussia) at Lincoln's Monument, Chicago, Ill.
23. Rex Marshall Rex Marshall Self, Easter Parade of Stars Auto Show Unflappable announcer and program host who began his career on Boston radio in 1937. He was the 'voice' for the Reynolds Aluminum Company for twenty-five years, and he also announced for Esso gasoline, Auto-Lite spark plugs and Maxwell House coffee. In his final decades, his rich voice hosted one of the classiest of local radio shows on a station covering Dartmouth's tony hometown...
24. Peter Orlovsky Peter Orlovsky Self, Me and My Brother
25. Vincent Sardi Jr. Vincent Sardi Jr. Self, The Muppets Take Manhattan
26. Barry Galbraith Barry Galbraith Composer, The Snowy Day
27. Ivan Le Lorraine Albright Ivan Le Lorraine Albright Art Department, The Picture of Dorian Gray
28. Maria von Trapp Maria von Trapp Self, Climbed Every Mountain: The Story Behind the Sound of Music
29. Anne Morrow Lindbergh Anne Morrow Lindbergh Self, Lindbergh
30. Ed Pincus Ed Pincus Director, The Axe in the Attic
31. Galway Kinnell Galway Kinnell Self, Greenwich Village Writers: The Bohemian Legacy
32. Joel Sayre Joel Sayre Writer, Gunga Din Joel Grover Sayre Jr. was born on 13 December, 1901, at Marion, Indiana, the son of Joel Grover Sayre Sr. and his wife, the former Nora Clemens. Sayre grew up in Columbus, Ohio, where his father operated a business that manufactured window glass and his mother worked as a photographer and interior decorator...
33. Fred Tuttle Fred Tuttle Actor, Man with a Plan
34. Erik Barnouw Erik Barnouw Writer, Hedda Gabler
35. Carter Harman Carter Harman Sound Department, Lord of the Flies
36. Raul Hilberg Raul Hilberg Self, Shoah
37. Joe Kirkwood Sr. Joe Kirkwood Sr. Self, Fairway Champions
38. Luba Lisa Luba Lisa Self, Episode dated 31 August 1965
39. Frances H. Flaherty Frances H. Flaherty Writer, Louisiana Story
40. Gerald K. Siegel Gerald K. Siegel Writer, Hit, Run and Homicide
41. Tom Wicker Tom Wicker Self, Politics and the Press
42. Austin Goss Austin Goss Camera and Electrical Department, Stargate
43. Garry Simpson Garry Simpson Director, Mary Kay and Johnny
44. Patricia Carmichael Patricia Carmichael Actress, Dear Dead Delilah
45. George Seldes George Seldes Self, Reds George Henry Seldes was a native of Alliance, New Jersey, and the older brother of writer Gilbert Seldes. He was probably one of the more controversial American journalists and authors of the first half of the 20th century. Drew Pearson would often pass on news stories to Seldes that Pearson deemed too hot to print in his own syndicated column...
46. Jim Fixx Jim Fixx Self, Jim Fixx on Running
47. R.A. Montgomery R.A. Montgomery Writer, Choose Your Own Adventure: The Abominable Snowman
48. Ellen Demming Ellen Demming Actress, Guiding Light What many people do not know about Ellen Demming, is that besides her work on the Guiding Light, she held membership in SAG and Actors Equity. In addition to playing Meta, she did Summer Stock, regional theatre, commercial work, and she starred off-Broadway in "Family Portrait", in 1959, at the Seven Arts Center...
49. Eugene Price Eugene Price Writer, One Life to Live
50. John La Touche John La Touche Soundtrack, Crimes and Misdemeanors Composer ("Cabin in the Sky") and author, educated at the Richmond Academy of Arts and Sciences and Columbia University. He wrote sketches for the Broadway stage revue "Pins and Needles" and also the stage scores for "Ballet Ballads", "Polonaise", songs for "Candide", and the score for 1954 New York Drama Critics award-winning production of "The Golden Apple"...
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