41 names.

Sort by: STARmeter▲ | A-Z | Height | Birth Date | Death Date
1. Clayton Moore Clayton Moore Actor, The Lone Ranger Clayton Moore grew up in Chicago, Illinois and although his father wanted him to become a doctor, he had visions of something a little more glamorous. Naturally athletic, he practiced gymnastics during family summer vacations in Canada, eventually joining the trapeze act The Flying Behrs at 19. During the 1934 Chicago World's Fair...
2. Audrey Totter Audrey Totter Actress, The Set-Up One is certainly hard-pressed to think of another true "bad girl" representative so closely identifiable with film noir than hard-looking blonde actress Audrey Totter. While she remained a "B"-tier actress for most her career, she was an "A" quality actress and one of filmdom's most intriguing ladies. She always managed to set herself apart even in the most standard of programming...
3. Angela Aames Angela Aames Actress, Scarface Beautiful, buxom blond Angela Aames made her mark in Hollywood during the late 1970s and 1980s while appearing in a string of silly T & A comedies and exploitation movies. Additionally, she appeared on numerous TV shows in sexy bit parts that sadly amounted to little more than window dressing. While she aspired to be a comedienne...
4. Steve Brodie Steve Brodie Actor, Out of the Past Primarily known as a "B" movie bad guy of hundreds of films, husky actor Steve Brodie was born John Daugherty Stephens on November 25, 1919, in El Dorado, Kansas. Raised in Wichita, he dropped out of school and raced cars, boxed and worked on oil rigs to get by. He initially entertained a criminal law career but that interest quickly wore off after having to toil as a property boy...
5. Mario Machado Mario Machado Actor, RoboCop 2 Mario Machado has been a fixture of television, film, and radio for over thirty years, and as a news anchor, reporter, narrator, actor, commentator, and producer, he has worked in virtually all aspects of broadcasting. Born in Shanghai, China of both Chinese and Portuguese ancestry, Mario made television history when...
6. Charles Marquis Warren Charles Marquis Warren Writer, Gunsmoke
7. Don Medford Don Medford Director, Tales of Tomorrow
8. David Bond David Bond Actor, The Return of the Living Dead
9. Katherine Victor Katherine Victor Miscellaneous Crew, Aladdin and the King of Thieves Born Katena Ktenavea in the Hell's Kitchen district of Manhattan, the future TV and movie actress grew up in Los Angeles and began her acting career on the stage and radio in the late '40s. She made her film debut in the campy sci-fi adventure _Mesa of Lost Women (1952)_; five years later she starred as the imperious Dr...
10. Herb Jeffries Herb Jeffries Actor, The Bronze Buckaroo This velvet-toned jazz baritone and sometime actor was (and perhaps still is) virtually unknown to white audiences. Yet, back in the late 1930s and early 1940s, Herb Jeffries was very big...in black-cast films. Today he is respected and remembered as a pioneer who broke down rusted-shut racial doors in Hollywood and ultimately displayed a positive image as a black actor on celluloid...
11. Natalie Kingston Natalie Kingston Actress, Street Angel She traced her lineage back to the first Spanish governor of California. Her great-grandfather on her mother's side was Hungarian-born Agoston Haraszthy, dubbed the father of Californian viticulture. Leggy, olive-complexioned Natalia Ringstrom grew up and was educated in the San Francisco Bay area. Little is known of her early years...
12. Robert Boon Robert Boon Actor, Queen of Blood
13. Ken Thorne Ken Thorne Composer, Superman II
14. Mann Rubin Mann Rubin Writer, Studio One in Hollywood Mann Rubin served in the U.S. Army Forces, 1945-47, stationed in Paris, France. He attended New York University and earned his B.A. in 1952. His first job as a writer was science fiction [at least 19 stories] for the DC Comics' books Strange Adventures and Mystery In Space, edited by Julius Schwartz...
15. Harvey Genkins Harvey Genkins Cinematographer, The Garbage Pail Kids Movie
16. Richard Stone Richard Stone Music Department, Animaniacs
17. Norma Drew Norma Drew Actress, Fast and Furious
18. George Greeley George Greeley Music Department, My Favorite Martian Greeley was born Georgio Guariglia in Westerly, Rhode Island on 23 July 1917. His father, James, had three music schools, and a traveling orchestra. Georgio was taught to read music at an early age and was playing piano and mandolin when he was five years old. He studied music at Columbia University...
19. Robert F. O'Neill Robert F. O'Neill Producer, Murder, She Wrote
20. Tom Kennedy Tom Kennedy Editorial Department, Joe
21. Ethel Winant Ethel Winant Casting Director, The Twilight Zone
22. Marty Nedboy Marty Nedboy Actor, Suddenly Susan
23. Douglas Haig Douglas Haig Actor, Man's Best Friend
24. Ray Erlenborn Ray Erlenborn Actor, A Holiday in Storyland
25. Al Martinez Al Martinez Writer, Out on the Edge
26. Richard Delvy Richard Delvy Music Department, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids
27. James Prideaux James Prideaux Writer, Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry
28. William T. Lane William T. Lane Stunts, Commando
29. Robert Dranko Robert Dranko Art Department, My Little Pony 'n Friends
30. Chris Jenkyns Chris Jenkyns Art Department, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
31. Nancy Ann Ziliotto Nancy Ann Ziliotto Writer, Gabriel's Gift Nancy was born and raised in Sacramento, California, and graduated from Encina High School in the class of 1974. After graduation she stayed in Sacramento until 1977, when she moved to the Los Angeles area, where that same year she enrolled in California State University, Fullerton. She continued live and work in the Los Angeles area until her death in 2001, where she was living in West Hills...
32. Richard E. Lyons Richard E. Lyons Producer, Ride the High Country
33. Dick Anderson Dick Anderson Miscellaneous Crew, Jaws: The Revenge
34. Bill Paolantonio Bill Paolantonio Producer, Impact: Stories of Survival
35. Gene Mathews Gene Mathews Editor, The Comedy Company
36. Ruth L. Bail Ruth L. Bail Actress, Breakfast of Aliens
37. Frank Kelly Freas Frank Kelly Freas Art Department, Gentlemen Broncos
38. Roy M. Brewer Sr. Roy M. Brewer Sr. Editor, Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color
39. Dan McLaughlin Dan McLaughlin Director, God is Dog Spelled Backwards
40. Anthony Georgilas Anthony Georgilas Actor, Death Doll
41. Linda Mabalot Linda Mabalot Producer, Stand Up for Justice
41 names.