Birth Place Matching "Prescott, Arizona, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actress | By the Light of the Silvery Moon
RoseMary De Camp was the quintessential small-town American mother, a calming and steadying presence in scores of films in the 1940s and 1950s. She came to Hollywood after a successful career on the stage and in radio, making her film debut in 1941. Though she worked for many studios, she was most ...
3. Dorothy Fay
Actress | The Green Archer
Dorothy Fay was born on April 4, 1915 in Prescott, Arizona, USA as Dorothy Alice Fay Southworth. She was an actress, known for The Green Archer (1940), White Eagle (1941) and Trigger Pals (1939). She was married to Tex Ritter. She died on November 5, 2003 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California,...
4. Ashlyn Rae
Actress | Multiple Orgasms
Tiny (5'3"), but extremely cute and petite redhead Ashlyn Rae was born Ashlee Stidham on August 31, 1990 in Prescott, Arizona. She's of mixed Scottish, German, Irish, and Mexican descent. Ashlyn grew up in Laguna Beach, California and has an older sister. Rae was a cheerleader in high school and ...
5. Peter Behn
Self | WGN Morning News
Peter Behn was born on October 24, 1934 in Prescott, Arizona, USA as Peter Christian Behn. He is an actor, known for WGN Morning News (1994), The View (1997) and Bambi: The Magic Behind the Masterpiece (1997). He is married to Pam Pease. He was previously married to Ulla Nielsen.
6. Mary Wills
Costume Designer | Hans Christian Andersen
Oscar-winning costume designer Mary Lillian Wills studied at universities in New Mexico and Arizona before graduating with an M.A. from the Yale School of Drama. She worked in Hollywood for forty years, mostly free-lancing, except for a spell between 1948 and 1952, when she was under contract at ...
Actress | Bare Knees
Virginia Lee Corbin was born on December 5, 1910 in Prescott, Arizona, USA as Virginia LaVerne Corbin. She is known for her work on Bare Knees (1928), The Forbidden Room (1919) and Treasure Island (1918). She was married to Charles Jacobson and Theodore Elwood Krol. She died on June 5, 1942 in ...
10. Max Parker
Art Director | Arsenic and Old Lace
Art director, in films from 1916. Spent the best part of his career at Warner Brothers (1928-31, and 1935-47). Did his best work on black & white gangster movies, notably Each Dawn I Die (1939) and The Roaring Twenties (1939). Briefly at Fox (1933-35).
11. Jackson Defa
Director | Gypsy Fish Alchemy
Jackson Defa was born in Prescott, Arizona. His family soon thereafter moved to Flagstaff, Arizona where he lived until the age of five. His passion for acting and drama started when he auditioned at the age of 12 and was accepted to the Theater School For Youth in Salt Lake City, Utah. He studied ...
13. Robert Delacy
15. Adem Weldon
Director | Some Apologies
Born in Prescott, Arizona in 1982, Adem Weldon grew up in New York and Nebraska. He received a BA in Film Studies in 2005 and an MFA in Film Production in 2008. In 2007, his short film Some Apologies was selected to over 15 film festivals, capturing Best Short Film at five different venues and two ...
17. Melvin Rice
Writer | Walking Into the Dead
Melvin Rice better known as his stage name Scooby Dew, is a Native American Recording Artist, Actor, Writer, & Producer. Melvin Rice is better known as a (screenplay) of a upcoming horror/thriller movie series called "The Shadows In The Dark" (2019). Melvin was born and raised in a small town ...
18. G.Q. Gallo
G.Q. Gallo was born on February 3, 1979 in Prescott, Arizona, USA as Gabriel Quinton Gallo. He is an actor, known for Championship Wrestling from Hollywood (2010), WWA: Revolution (2002) and NWA/Pro Wrestling Revolution: Future Legends (2008).
21. Chip Craig
Camera Department | The Best Movie Ever Made
James was an avid filmmaker in high school and worked on several innovative special effects techniques, including creating a very cheap and effect laser shot using nothing more than glass and back lighting. He won amateur awards for showcasing this effect, unlike most amateur films which simply ...