Jacqueline Bisset, English actress at the Mansion, September 1981.
Michael Caine, English actor, producer and author, ca. 1975.
Glenn Close, Emmy Award, Tony Award and Golden Globe Award-winning actress, 1975.
Marlene Dietrich (1901-1992), German-American actress and singer, ca. 1960.
Phyllis Diller (1917-2012), actress and comedienne, best known for her eccentric stage persona, self-deprecating humor, wild hair and clothes, 1978.
Michael Douglas, Academy Award-winning actor, ca. 1975.
Robert Duvall, seven-times Academy Award nominated and four-time Golden Globe Award winning actor and filmmaker whose career spans more than six decades, May 6, 1983.
Clint Eastwood, Academy Award-winning director and actor, interviewed at The Palladium Ballroom, 1978.
Jane Fonda, actress and political activist, interviewed for the movie 9 to 5, 1980.
Jodie Foster, Academy Award-winning actress, director and producer, May 7, 1980.
Louis Gossett, Jr., actor best known for his Academy Award-winning role as Gunnery Sergeant Emil Foley in the 1982 film An Officer and a Gentleman, July 23, 1982.
Cary Grant (1904-1986), English-American actor, known as one of Hollywood's definitive leading men with a debonair demeanor and sense of comic timing, October 1, 1979.
George Hamilton, film and television actor, 1979.
Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003), an independent, outspoken, assertive, actress who received a record (for any gender) four Academy Awards for Lead Acting Performances, plus eight further nominations, ca. 1970.
Dustin Hoffman, two-time Academy Award and six-time Golden Globe Award-winning actor and filmmaker, November 18, 1979.
Sir Anthony Hopkins, Academy Award-winning actor, director and producer, October 2, 1978.
James Earl Jones, actor whose career spans more than seven decades and is regarded as the one of America’s greatest stage and screen actors, November 5, 1974.
Tommy Lee Jones, actor and filmmaker, with Nancy Carter and philanthropist Linda Perryman Evans, September 27, 1986.
Martin Jurow (1911-2004), producer known for classic movies such as Breakfast at Tiffany's and The Pink Panther, with Audrey Hepburn, March 2, 1973.
Michael York, English actor, with fashion and portrait photographer Richard Avedon (1993-2004), ca. 1975.
Karl Lagerfeld (1933-2019), German-French fashion designer and photographer.
Jack Lemmon (1925-2001), two-time Academy Award-winning actor and comedian who starred in over 60 films, December 1980.
Sophia Loren, actress at the Neiman Marcus Italian Fortnight which she hosted, with Stanley Marcus (1905-2002), president of the luxury department stores, 1975.
Bette Midler, actress, comedian and singer-songwriter, known for her dynamic energy, comedic wit, and campy humor, 1973.
Mr. Rogers (Fred) (1928-2003), TV personality, musician, puppeteer, writer, producer, and Presbyterian minister. He was the creator, and host of the preschool TV series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
Nick Nolte, actor, producer, and author, January 16, 1980.
Ann Richards (1933-2006), politician and 45th Governor of Texas, August 20, 2003.
Brooke Shields, actress and model, ca. 1980.
Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011), actress noted for her unique beauty and her portrayals of strong-willed characters in movies such as Cleopatra and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1987.
Lily Tomlin, comedic and dramatic actress, ca. 1980.
Andy Warhol (1928-1987), artist, director, and producer who was a leading figure in the Pop Art movement, November 28, 1977.
Sigourney Weaver, actress considered to be a pioneer of action heroines in such science fiction films as Aliens and Avatar, March 1, 1983.