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1. Joseph Cotten Joseph Cotten Actor, Citizen Kane Joseph Cheshire Cotton, Jr. was born in Petersburg, Virginia, into a well-to-do Southern family. He was the eldest of three sons born to Sally Whitworth (Willson) and Joseph Cheshire Cotten, Sr., an assistant postmaster. Jo (as he was known) and his brothers Whit and Sam spent their summers at their aunt and uncle's home at Virginia Beach...
2. Andrew Duggan Andrew Duggan Actor, Seven Days in May Actor. Born in Franklin, Indiana on December 28, 1923, he was raised in Texas and went to college at Indiana University. There, on a speech and drama scholarship, he began to act and perform however this was interrupted by being called into the service. In World War II where he saw action overseas, he was befriended by actor Melvyn Douglas who led his division...
3. Ted Bessell Ted Bessell Actor, Scream, Pretty Peggy Born in New York City, Ted's early career included guest appearances in soap operas, Lover Come Back and It's a Man's World. Ted went on to appear as "Frankie" on Gomer Pyle: USMC, but his big break was as "That Guy" on the successful Marlo Thomas Television series That Girl. As "Don Hollinger"...
4. Reginald Gardiner Reginald Gardiner Actor, The Great Dictator English-born Reginald Gardiner graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and, by the early 1930's, had become an established revue and musical star on the London stage. His first foray into films was in the Alfred Hitchcock-directed The Lodger in 1926, but it was in Hollywood where his career really took off...
5. Marvin Hamlisch Marvin Hamlisch Soundtrack, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days Musical talent ran in Marvin Hamlisch's family - his father was an accordionist, and at seven Hamlisch was the youngest student ever accepted by Manhattan's Julliard School of Music. Hamlich furthered his education by taking night classes at Queens College and working during the day as a rehearsal pianist for Broadway shows...
6. George Savalas George Savalas Actor, Kelly's Heroes Greek-American actor George Savalas is best remembered for co-starring with his brother, Telly Savalas, on the popular television detective show Kojak between 1973 and 1978. George played Detective Stavros to Telly's Kojak and was billed as Demosthenes in the end credits to avoid confusion with the elder Savalas...
7. Shirley Mitchell Shirley Mitchell Actress, The War of the Roses A prolific radio and TV actress, Ms. Mitchell was a regular on such classic radio series as "Fibber McGee and Molly" and "The Great Gildersleeve," and on television, "Pete & Gladys" (Janet Colton), "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" (Marge Thornton), and "Bachelor Father" (Kitty Deveraux). She also made frequent appearances on other TV shows...
8. Jose De Vega Jose De Vega Actor, West Side Story
9. Robert Shawley Robert Shawley Actor, Stalag 17
10. Sandi Nimoy Sandi Nimoy Costume and Wardrobe Department, Lost Vikings
11. Arthur Julian Arthur Julian Writer, The Happy Road
12. Richard Mailer Richard Mailer Director, The Aphrodisans
13. Carlos Castaneda Carlos Castaneda Writer, The Teachings of Don Juan Carlos Castaneda, dubbed "godfather of the New Age movement," was born in Peru and came to the United States in 1951, originally hoping to make it as a sculptor. He worked a series of odd jobs and took classes in philosophy, literature and creative writing. While a graduate student in anthropology at UCLA...
14. Boris Aplon Boris Aplon Actor, Back to School
15. Jerome Thor Jerome Thor Actor, 55 Days at Peking
16. Donald Reed Donald Reed Actor, Slaves in Bondage
17. Everett Freeman Everett Freeman Writer, It Happened on Fifth Avenue
18. Jesse De Vorska Jesse De Vorska Actor, Jake the Plumber
19. Maurice Zimm Maurice Zimm Writer, Creature from the Black Lagoon
20. Loretta Daye Loretta Daye Actress, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
21. Fred W. Berger Fred W. Berger Editor, The Hot Rock
22. Ernest Dryden Ernest Dryden Costume Designer, The Prisoner of Zenda Dryden, one of the finest commercial artists of his generation, was also known as one of the foremost poster artists in Germany. Dryden served as an officer in the Imperial Flying Corps during WWI and began his career as a menswear designer, moving to New York in 1933 and onto Hollywood in 1934. Bronislau Kaper and his wife discovered the lifeless body of Dryden...
23. Catherine Bennett Catherine Bennett Actress, The Devil's Bowl
24. David De Haven David De Haven Actor, Two-Edged Sword
25. Ernie Whitecloud Ernie Whitecloud Actor, Riven: The Sequel to Myst Ernie "White Cloud" Fragua was a member of the Jemez Tribe from New Mexico. He had done numerous commercials, nationally and internationally, TV soap operas, music videos, documentaries and movies. He was a warm soul who lived humbly and humorously, always open to the magic of life. A Vietnam veteran, a trained dancer, a true Shaman.
26. Sharon Cicero Sharon Cicero Producer, The Summer of Ben Tyler
27. Ira Marvin Ira Marvin Production Manager, Terms of Endearment
28. Alan O'Day Alan O'Day Soundtrack, Super 8
29. Max Lief Max Lief Writer, Two for Tonight
30. William Flatley William Flatley Actor, Attica
31. Elliot Fischoff Elliot Fischoff Miscellaneous Crew, 2010
32. Declan Langan Declan Langan Director, Erotic Images
33. Billie Brockwell Billie Brockwell Actress, His Luckless Love
34. Charles Kennedy Charles Kennedy Actor, Little Old New York
35. Al Anton Al Anton Actor, Games Mother Never Taught You
36. Gertrude Ross Marks Gertrude Ross Marks Producer, Walls of Fire
37. Jess Morgan Jess Morgan Self, Bogart: The Untold Story
38. Edwin Ramsey Edwin Ramsey Self, MacArthur
39. William McPherson William McPherson Actor, Leave It to Susan
40. Bill Worth Bill Worth Actor, The Grapes of Wrath
41. Ami Agmon Ami Agmon Miscellaneous Crew, Halloween II
41 names.