1999 James Dean Lookalike Contest, page 1
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1999 James Dean Lookalike Contest, page one
The 1999 winner of the James Dean lookalike contest
is Mark Gruetzman from Minnesota.
Congratulations, Mark. You had lots of competition. We hope to see you on the silver screen soon, or at the very least on advertising billboards. Thanks to all of you who took to the runway. You made a huge crowd of fans very happy.
Here are the contestants in the order they first took the stage this year. The Bopper announced all 16, then the ten semi-finalists. At last the field narrowed to five finalists. The final winner won the only award; there were no runner-ups or seconds and thirds. Remember, this contest is for fun. If you don’t win, just enjoy the memories and the competition. Next year may be your turn!
(If you will maximize your browser, the photos will look more orderly!)
ALL MY NOTES ARE MISPLACED, so I don’t have most of the names to give you.
#35 on left, David Wozniac from Sterling Heights, Michigan, on right
#41, Michael Dean, an actual Dean relative.
Brothers Lyndon Biegas and Colin Biegas from Shelbyville, TN
Brad Reynolds of The Legend Diner in Fairmount; Rob Qualls who won the last two years; Kazu Shimisu from Japan; Del Ray from Illinois, doing the scene from Giant where Jett strikes oil.
Now see lookalike page two, the finalists and judges at the 1999 contest
Also see page three, the crowd at the 1999 lookalike contest.
The 1998 Lookalike contest
The 1997 Lookalike contest
Mark Gruetzman’s James Byron Dean Site
Be sure to see this: Here’s a link to the main index for the 1999 James Dean festival
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