Peggy Hopkins Joyce - Actress, Folk Figure. A performer on both stage and film, she is probably best remembered for her knack of marrying (and divorcing) rich men. Born Marguerite Upton, she was raised in Southside Virginia, and moved to New York at 16 to join the Ziegfeld Follies. Peggy made her silver screen bow with the 1916 "The Turmoil", and was only to appear in a few Hollywood movies, the best known being "The Skyrocket" (1926), and her only talkie, "International House" (1933).
Dorothy Stratten - Canadian Playboy Playmate, model, and actress. Stratten was the Playboy Playmate of the Month for August 1979, Playmate of the Year in 1980 and was the second Playmate born in the 1960s. Stratten appeared in three comedy films and in at least two episodes of shows broadcast on US network television. She was murdered at the age of 20 by her estranged husband/manager Paul Snider, who committed suicide on the same day. Her death inspired two motion pictures.
Mae Costello - Actress. Born in Brooklyn, she began performing in touring stock companies as a teen and married fellow actor Maurice Costello in 1902. Although the couple separated in 1910, they did not divorce until 1927 and Mae continued to appear on stage and screen as "Mrs. Maurice Costello". Her films include "Her Crowning Glory" (1911), "The Mills of the Gods" (1912), "When a Woman Loves" (1915), and "Her Right To Live" (1917).
Clifton Webb - American actor, dancer, and singer known for his Oscar-nominated roles in such films as Laura, The Razor's Edge, and Sitting Pretty. He was known for his stage appearances in the plays of Noël Coward, notably Blithe Spirit, as well as appearances on Broadway in a number of very successful musical revues.
Jaco Pastorius - Musician. Born John Francis Pastorius, III in Norristown, Pennsylvania, he was a master jazz performer acknowledged for his virtuoso skills as an electric bass player. In the late 1960s, he was playing R&B in local bands when he begun to appreciate jazz music. He began playing with his friend and jazz guitarist, Pat Metheny and together with drummer Bruce Ditmas they recorded the album "Bright Size Light" in 1974.