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1. John Hurt
Actor: “The Red Triangle” (1969)
Hurt is a leading man — he starred in a series of British films including “The Naked Face,” “The Sleeping Prince” and “The Longest Day” between 1952 and 1957.
Hurt is best known for his roles as the title character in the original “The Exorcist” (1973) and, in his 40-year acting career, for his portrayal of the murderous villain Dr. Sulla in “The Fury” (1976) and “The Omen” (1976).
He won numerous awards for his film and television work, including an Academy Award for supporting actor in 1977 for his portrayal of Dr. Sulla and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama in 1976 for his portrayal of Dr. Sulla.
Hurt was the father of actress Mary Woronov and the grandfather of actress Kate Capshaw.
In a September 2019 interview with the Guardian, Hurt said he had never paid much attention to politics himself.
“I never pay much attention to politics as I tend to see them as a bunch of rich gits and I like them and I don’t mind them and I get through with it,” he said.
2. Robert Redford
Actor: “The Candidate” (1961)
Robert Redford was born on December 28, 1927, in Santa Monica, California. He studied acting at Yale University from 1951 to 1953.
Redford was signed to a contract by Universal Pictures and appeared in such films as “One More River” (1957), “The Best Years of Our Lives” (1946) and “Mr. Smith Goes