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1. Robert Prosky Robert Prosky Actor, Dead Man Walking Member of Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage repertory company in 60's and 70s, where he worked with Jane Alexander James Earl Jones Robert Foxworth and others.
2. Bob Fosse Bob Fosse Miscellaneous Crew, All That Jazz
3. Al Freeman Jr. Al Freeman Jr. Actor, One Life to Live Al Freeman, Jr. was an actor and director who was the first African American to win a Daytime Emmy Award for acting. His most famous role was that of Police Captain Ed Hall in the soap opera One Life to Live, which brought him the Emmy in 1979. He was a regular on the soap from 1972 through 1987, and appeared off and on as Captain Hall from 1988 through 2000...
4. Christine White Christine White Actress, Magnum Force
5. Dwight D. Eisenhower Dwight D. Eisenhower Self, Universal Newsreel Dwight David Eisenhower was born on October 14, 1890, in Denison, Texas. He was the third of seven sons born to David Jacob Eisenhower and Ida Elizabeth Stover. Both parents were of German descent. Eisenhower studied at the West Point Military Academy from 1911-1915. He served with the infantry, became the #3 leader of the tank corps...
6. George Mitchell George Mitchell Actor, The Andromeda Strain
7. James Cagney Jr. James Cagney Jr. Actor, The Gallant Hours Son of the late-great actor, James Cagney, James Jr. was adopted along with sister Cathleen (nickname "Casey") by the senior Cagney and wife 'Bill' in theearly forties. James Jr. pre-deceased both his parents, dying of a heart attack in the early eighties. His appearance in "The Gallant Hours" as an infantryman was accompanied by a similarly brief appearance of director Robert Montgomery's son...
8. Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Writer, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
9. Robert C. O'Brien Robert C. O'Brien Writer, The Secret of NIMH Robert Lesley Conly aka Robert C. O'Brien was an American author best known for his 1975 novel 'Z for Zachariah', a post-apocalyptic story set in the wake of World War III. It follows sixteen-year-old central protagonist Ann Burden, who has survived a nuclear war having found a remote section of valley that is protected from nuclear fallout...
10. Charles Guggenheim Charles Guggenheim Producer, Berga: Soldiers of Another War Charles Guggenheim was born into a wealthy Cincinnati family (his father was a furniture manufacturer). While studying agriculture in college in 1943, Guggenheim was drafted into the army. Upon discharge from the service he decided against an agricultural career and moved to New York to pursue a career in broadcasting...
11. Norman Wexler Norman Wexler Writer, Serpico Norman Wexler was born in New Bedford Mass and attended Harvard University. In addition to his acclaim as the writer of Saturday Night Fever, he also suffered from manic depression, and in 1972 was arrested by the FBI for saying he was planning to shoot then-president Nixon.
12. Robert McNamara Robert McNamara Self, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara Robert S. McNamara was born in San Francisco, California on June 9, 1916. He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1937 with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Philosophy. He went on to earn a Masters degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration in 1939 and had a job of teacher here from 1940 to 1943...
13. Jack Valenti Jack Valenti Self, The Chip: Part 1 Texas born, Harvard educated, Jack Valenti has led several lives; a wartime bomber pilot, advertising agency founder, political consultant, White House Special Assistant, movie industry leader. In his current role as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Motion Picture Association of America, Valenti has presided over a worldwide sea change in the industry...
14. J. Edgar Hoover J. Edgar Hoover Writer, Walk East on Beacon!
15. Osgood Perkins Osgood Perkins Actor, Scarface Mostly remembered today as the father of Anthony Perkins, Osgood Perkins enjoyed a successful career on Broadway, appearing in 22 major productions from 1924-36, often produced by Brock Pemberton. The highlight of his stage career was starring in the hit "The Front Page" as Walter Burns at the Times Square Theatre in 1928...
16. Alice Roosevelt Longworth Alice Roosevelt Longworth Self, Christening and Launching Kaiser Wilhelm's Yacht 'Meteor' Alice Lee Roosevelt was the daughter of Theodore Roosevelt, then a New York state assemblyman. Her mother died two days after her birth; Theodore remarried 'Edith Kermit Carow' and established a family seat in Oyster Bay, Long Island, where Alice grew up amid wealth, tradition, and politics. When her father suddenly became U.S...
17. Douglas MacArthur Douglas MacArthur Self, Universal Newsreel
18. Helen Thomas Helen Thomas Self, Gov. Mike Huckabee
19. Tim Russert Tim Russert Self, The Tim Russert Show
20. Virginia Hammond Virginia Hammond Actress, Romeo and Juliet
21. Vincent Lombardi Vincent Lombardi Self, Second Effort
22. George Michael George Michael Actor, The Silence of the Lambs
23. Woodrow Wilson Woodrow Wilson Self, Our Bridge of Ships
24. Frank Mankiewicz Frank Mankiewicz Self, A Ripple of Hope
25. Van Whitfield Van Whitfield Actor, Great Gettin' Up Mornin' Born on September 8th 1930 in Washington D.C. Vantile Emmanuel Whitfield was the only son of Lugene Ellen Green and Theodore Roosevelt Whitfield. Vantile has two daughters (Bellina Logan, Actress and Elizabeth Whitfield)and a son (Lance Vantile Whitfield). Vantile E. Whitfield was a director, teacher...
26. Mary Fuller Mary Fuller Actress, The Active Life of Dolly of the Dailies Mary Fuller's entrance into motion pictures was quite accidental. She was with a theatrical troupe that was on its way to tour the South in 1908 when, during a short stopover in New York City, the company broke up. Stranded, Mary made her way to the Vitagraph film studio looking for a job and, with her experience and attractiveness...
27. Helen Flint Helen Flint Actress, Black Legion
28. Jean Schertler Jean Schertler Actress, Runaway Bride
29. Diane Sommerfield Diane Sommerfield Actress, Love in a Taxi
30. Marion Barry Jr. Marion Barry Jr. Self, Adjust Your Color: The Truth of Petey Greene
31. Johnny Puleo Johnny Puleo Actor, Trapeze
32. Daniel Schorr Daniel Schorr Self, The Game
33. Rex Nettleford Rex Nettleford Self, Los hijos de Baraguá
34. Robert D. Novak Robert D. Novak Self, Episode dated 30 January 2006 Conservative columnist with the Chicago Sun-Times. Teamed up with Roland Evans (who retired in 1993) to write the "Inside Report", a several-times weekly political column distributed to 300 newspapers by Creators Syndicate.
35. Doris Rankin Doris Rankin Actress, The Great Adventure
36. Eric Sevareid Eric Sevareid Self, The Eleanor Roosevelt Story
37. Clare Boothe Luce Clare Boothe Luce Writer, The Women
38. Mamie Eisenhower Mamie Eisenhower Self, Episode dated 5 November 1973
39. Peter Hackes Peter Hackes Actor, Broadcast News
40. William Howard Taft William Howard Taft Self, The Latest Addition to the U.S. Navy
41. Morrie Ryskind Morrie Ryskind Writer, Animal Crackers
42. Tony Snow Tony Snow Self, Fox News Sunday
43. Jack Swigert Jack Swigert Self, For All Mankind
44. Lucien Carr Lucien Carr Self, Burroughs: The Movie
45. Jeane Dixon Jeane Dixon Self, A Little Romance Jeane Dixon was, arguably, the most famous American astrologer and psychic in the pop culture of the post-World War II period due to her syndicated newspaper column, television talk-show appearances, and a best-selling biography. Dixon proved more of a celebrity and entertainer than a serious soothsayer...
46. Benjamin C. Bradlee Benjamin C. Bradlee Self, Fuck
47. Frank R. Stockton Frank R. Stockton Writer, The Griffin and the Minor Canon American popular novelist and short-story writer of mainly humorous fiction, best known as the author of the title story of a collection called The Lady, or the Tiger? (1884). Stockton contributed to and was on the staff of Hearth and Home and in 1873 became assistant editor of the St. Nicholas Magazine...
48. Susan Steel Susan Steel Actress, The Jury
49. Eugene McCarthy Eugene McCarthy Self, Countdown to Looking Glass Eugene McCarthy, the U.S. Senator from Minnesota whose maverick anti-war Presidential campaign in 1968 toppled Lyndon Johnson from power, was born on March 29, 1916, in the small town of Watkins, Minnesota. He took degrees from St. John's University (Collegeville, Minnesota) and the University of Minnesota before becoming a teacher...
50. Shirley Povich Shirley Povich Self, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg
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