Francis C. Hall - Businessman. He started a radio and electronics store in Orange County, California, which started selling guitars and amps after World War II. His company became Rickenbacker Guitar after buying out stock from Adolph Rickenbacker. His success helped Leo Fender, the leading distributor for Fender guitars. Rock music groups such as the The Beatles, The Byrds, Tom Petty, and many others played Rickenbacker and Fender guitars.
Laura Muntz Lyall - Artist. She was a popular Canadian impressionist painter for both collectors and exhibiters between 1890 and 1915. Her paintings were exhibited in many galleries around the world including the National Gallery of Canada and the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Dorothy Sebastian - Actress. Married to "Hopalong Cassidy" actor William Boyd, Dorothy was rumored to be the mistress of Buster Keaton. Sebastian appeared in 61 films including "Spite Marriage" (with Keaton), "A Woman of Affairs," "Our Blushing Brides," "The Women," and "Reap the Wild Wind."
William Frawley - American stage entertainer, screen and television actor. Frawley is best known for starring as the landlord, Fred Mertz, in the famous American television sitcom I Love Lucy. He is also known for playing "Bub" in the television comedy series, My Three Sons.
Bella Finkel Muni - Actress. She began her career as a Broadway actress and co-writer for her brother director Abe Finkel, in the 1920s. In 1921, she met and later married actor Paul Muni after appearing in a play in the Yiddish theatre together. Relocating to California, in the 1930s, she was employed as screenwriter and character actor at Warner Brothers Studios where husband became a prestigious performer. After she retired with her husband in 1962, she remained with him until his death.
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. In the theatrical world he was known for his appearances in the plays of Noël Coward, notably Blithe Spirit, as well as career on Broadway in a number of very successful musical revues.