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American film actress from the end of the 1920s through the 1940s. Wikipedia

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  • Elmarie Wendel

    American actress and singer. Born on a farm in Howard County, Iowa, one of five siblings, Wendel spent her childhood traveling with her musical parents and dancing with her sisters in and around the Midwest in club and concert hall venues, including the Grand Ole Opry. Wikipedia

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  • American film and television actress who replaced Tina Louise in the role of Ginger Grant in Rescue from Gilligan's Island (1978) and The Castaways on Gilligan's Island (1979). A life member of the Actors Studio, Baldwin amassed 46 screen credits between 1969 and her leading role in 2005's Every Secret Thing. Wikipedia

  • Ethel Shutta

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  • Melissa Leo

    American actress. Recipient of such accolades, including an Academy Award, an Emmy Award , a Golden Globe Award, a Critics' Choice Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award. Wikipedia

  • Jennifer Rhodes

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  • Genevieve Blinn

    Canadian actress who appeared on stage and in Hollywood silent motion pictures. Native of New Brunswick, Canada. Wikipedia

  • Italian-born Mexican film actress. She became a star during the Golden age of Mexican cinema. Wikipedia

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  • Kristen Stewart

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  • Deaf American actress who performed as Linda the Librarian on the PBS children's series Sesame Street from 1971 to 2002. Born deaf in Garfield, New Jersey, to two deaf parents. Wikipedia

  • Dorris Bowdon

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  • Croatian film, stage and television actress. In the 2003 multiple award-winning Bosnian film Remake. Wikipedia

  • Israeli actress, screenwriter, playwright, film director and a two-time winner of the Ophir Award. Women's rights activist, and has dedicated her career promoting awareness regarding social justice issues and cultural diversity. Wikipedia

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  • Paige Segal

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  • Arthur Batanides

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  • Crystal Chappell

    American actress who played Carly Manning on Days of Our Lives from 1990 to 1993, Maggie Carpenter on One Life to Live from 1995–97 and Olivia Spencer on Guiding Light from 1999 to 2009. On October 2, 2009, she began reprising the role of Carly Manning. Wikipedia

  • J. Kristopher

    American film and television actor from Houston, Texas. Known for his work in the Parenthood and Straight Outta Compton, and is a featured comedic actor in the sketch comedies on Conan. Wikipedia

  • Steve Railsback

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  • Colin Chase

    American silent film actor. Born in 1886 in Idaho, Chase signed for his first film role in 1915 and starred in about 45 films until his death from a paralysis attack in 1937. Wikipedia

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