24 names.

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1. Gene Pyrz Gene Pyrz Actor, Cinderella Man
2. David Reimer David Reimer Self, The Boy Who Was Turned Into a Girl
3. Paddy Stone Paddy Stone Miscellaneous Crew, Victor Victoria Paddy Stone began his career with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet in Manitoba. He was acclaimed for his performances on the London stage, including in "Annie Get Your Gun" in the 1950s. Stone teamed up with Irving Davies and Beryl Kaye to form a dance group called "Three's Company" that eventually toured in Paris...
4. Daphne Korol Daphne Korol Actress, Shall We Dance
5. Rick McNair Rick McNair Actor, Rad
6. Victor Cowie Victor Cowie Actor, The Saddest Music in the World
7. Shaunna O'Brien-Moran Shaunna O'Brien-Moran Miscellaneous Crew, Heck's Way Home
8. Michael Gottli Michael Gottli Actor, Archangel
9. Dan Bain Dan Bain Uncategorised
10. Leo Mol Leo Mol Actor, Leo Mol in Light and Shadow
11. Neil Leroy Neil Leroy Actor, The Well
12. Stan Mak Stan Mak Sound Department, Capote
13. Scott Bond Scott Bond Actor, The Rise
14. Joyce Wold Joyce Wold Make-Up Department, K-19: The Widowmaker
15. Winston Moxam Winston Moxam Director, Barbara James
16. Israel H. Asper Israel H. Asper Producer, Canada's Magnificent Snowbirds: The First 20 Years
17. Robert Turner Robert Turner Uncategorised
18. Ben Meisner Ben Meisner Uncategorised
19. Jack Clements Jack Clements Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick
20. Helena Busová Helena Busová Actress, Batalión
21. Bill Merritt Bill Merritt Self, Albert Brooks
22. Neil Harris Neil Harris Composer, Reunion
23. Don Wittman Don Wittman Actor, Hockey Night in Canada Canadian Broadcaster for CBC Television. Career spanned 52 years. Covered Olympic Games since the 1960s. Inducted into the CBC Sports hall of fame in January 2008. Covered such sports as; Hockey, Golf, Curling, Football. Inducted into the Canadian football league Hall of fame, as well as the Manitoba Provincial Hall of fame. Retired January 2008.
24. James Freer James Freer Director, Ten Years in Manitoba
24 names.