Patrice Wymore made her first film in 1950, and also that year starred in Rocky Mountain with Errol Flynn, whom she would marry. She made 9 films between 1950 and 1955, including King's Rhapsody with Errol Flynn, who was already in declining health due to alcoholism and drug use. She stopped working to try and better care for him, but it became too much, and they were separated, but never divorced. After his death in 1959, she made sporadic film and TV appearances, including episodes of Cheyenne, Tales of Wells Fargo, Perry Mason, The Monkees, and F Troop, retiring in 1967. She's still active in Flynn's estate in Jamaica.
Richard Long made his debut in 1946, in Tomorrow is Forever with Orson Welles and Claudette Colbert, and later played in The Stranger with Welles and Loretta Young, and also in 4 of the Ma & Pa Kettle movies. He then appeared in various TV shows, including the recurring role of Gentleman Jack Darby on Maverick. He was cast as Jarrod Barkley on The Big Valley from 1965-69, and then as Prof. Harold Everett on Nanny and the Professor. A heavy smoker who had several heart attacks, he passed away at the age of 47.
Wes Studi is a Cherokee actor who made his first film in 1988, and then found fame in the early 1990s in Dances With Wolves, Last of the Mohicans, and Geronimo: An American Legend, as well as many other Native American roles through the past 2 decades.
Bill Pullman (1953-) started out in the mid-1980s, most notably in Mel Brooks' Star Wars spoof Spaceballs, and several movies in the early '90s, including A League of Their Own and Wyatt Earp (as Ed Masterson), before his biggest film, Independence Day, in 1996. He also played the title role in 2000 TV film version of The Virginian.
Laurie Holden (1969-) is the daughter of actor Glenn Corbet, and has been in a variety of TV series since the 1990s, including the regular role of Mary Travis on the series The Magnificent Seven from 1998-2000. She currently plays Andrea on AMC's The Walking Dead.