Deaths: October 30by bcampos862 | created - 24 Oct 2017 | updated - 9 months ago | Public
1. Tammy Grimes
Actress | The Last Unicorn
Slim, pixie-like, two-time Tony Award winner Tammy Grimes who put on marvelously quirky Cowardesque airs and captivated audiences with her inimitably throaty, raspy voice was actually not British but born in Lynn, Massachusetts, on January 30, 1934, the daughter of Eola Willard (née Niles), a ...
2. Al Molinaro
Actor | Get Smart
Albert was born on June 24, 1919 to Raffaele Molinaro and Teresa Marrone. His father was born in Calabria, Italy and immigrated to the US when he was 15 years old and worked as a water boy with a railroad crew going west from New York. He ended up in Kenosha Wisconsin where he met and married ...
Producer | Pesadilla
Charlo was born on July 7, 1905 in Avestruz, La Pampa, Argentina as Carlos Pérez de la Riestra. He was an actor and composer, known for Pesadilla (1963), The Soul of the Accordion (1935) and Carnaval de antaño (1940). He was married to Sabina Olmos. He died on October 30, 1990 in Buenos ...
4. Clark Howat
Actor | Airport
Clark Howat was born on January 22, 1918 in Calaveras County, California, USA as John Clark Howat. He is known for his work on Airport (1970), The Giant Claw (1957) and The Adventures of Dr. Fu Manchu (1956). He was married to Muriel Mansell. He died on October 30, 2009 in Arroyo Grande, California.
Actor | Quelque part quelqu'un
Claude Lévi-Strauss was born on November 28, 1908 in Brussels, Belgium. He was an actor, known for Somewhere, Someone (1972), Monitor (1958) and Qu'avez vous fait de vos vingt ans? (1990). He was married to Monique Roman, Rose-Marie Ullmo and Dina Dreyfus. He died on October 30, 2009 in Paris, ...
9. Don Marshall
Actor | Terminal Island
Don Marshall's heyday was on the small screen in the 60's and 70's. The athletic and clean cut actor is best remembered as first officer and co-pilot Dan Erickson in Irwin Allen's ground-breaking science-fiction series Land of the Giants (1968). Having excelled at football, pole vaulting and other ...
11. Harry Lauter
American character actor specializing in villainous roles. Born in White Plains, New York to Herman E. and Franceska Lauter, he was raised in Denver, Colorado. Although it has been suggested that he appeared briefly in a couple of films during the Thirties, his real movie career began in 1946. He ...
12. Jason Mizell
Soundtrack | Die Hard
Jason Mizell was born on January 21, 1965 in Queens, New York City, New York, USA as Jason William Mizell. He was married to Terri Corley. He died on October 30, 2002 in Queens.
Jam Master Jay
Writer | Calle Mayor
Juan Antonio Bardem was born on June 2, 1922 in Madrid, Spain as Juan Antonio Bardem Muñoz. He was a writer and director, known for Main Street (1956), La venganza (1958) and Death of a Cyclist (1955). He was married to María Aguado Barbado. He died on October 30, 2002 in Madrid.
15. Julien Duvivier
Writer | Le paquebot Tenacity
Revered by such legendary fellow directors as Ingmar Bergman and Jean Renoir, Julien Duvivier is one of the greatest figures in the history of French cinema and of world cinema in general. He is perhaps the most neglected of the "Big Five" of classic French cinema (the other four being Jean Renoir,...
16. June Duprez
Actress | And Then There Were None
Glamorous June Duprez was born in Teddington, England, during an air raid on May 14, 1918. Her father, Fred Duprez, was an American vaudevillian who found stage and film work in England. She herself picked up an interest in performing and eventually joined the Coventry Repertory Company to gather ...
17. Kirby Grant
Actor | Gunman's Code
As a child, Kirby received a scholarship to the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. Kirby won the scholarship as a violinist and singer, but he also dabbled as a sculptor. He would play a violinist in the film, I Dream Too Much (1935), which starred Henry Fonda. While his movie career was ...
20. Max Reinhardt
Director | Sumurûn
Max Reinhardt was from an Austrian merchant family (surname officially changed from the family name Goldmann to Reinhardt in 1904), and even as a boy, after his family moved to Vienna, he haunted the "Hofburg Theater" and tried to see every play. In 1890 he studied at the Sulkowsky Theater in ...
21. Michelle Triola
Actress | The Lustful Turk
Michelle Triola was born on November 13, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Michelle Marie Triola. She is known for her work on The Lustful Turk (1968), Diagnosis Murder (1993) and The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards (1989). She was married to Skip Ward. She died on October 30, 2009 in ...
22. Noel Francis
Actress | Blonde Crazy
Pretty Noel Francis came to Hollywood after attracting the attention of Fox talent scouts and was signed to a contract in 1929. Born in Temple, Texas, she grew up in Dallas and had studied at Southern Methodist University and Columbia. Like so many other hopefuls who had little theatrical ...
23. Pedro Vargas
Soundtrack | Great Expectations
Pedro Vargas was born on April 29, 1904 in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico as Pedro Vargas Mata. He was an actor, known for Great Expectations (1998), Los chiflados del rock and roll (1957) and Los tres bohemios (1957). He was married to María Teresa Campos de Vargas. He died on October ...
24. Peggy Ryan
Actress | Get Hep to Love
A vastly talented musical performer, Peggy Ryan found stardom dancing alongside partner Donald O'Connor as Universal's answer to Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney. Paired up in many a low-budget WWII-era musical, she was best known for her dancing feet, but she was no slouch in the singing department ...
25. Pert Kelton
Actress | The Music Man
Vaudevillain, Broadway player and, for one decade from 1929, screen actress often in comedic roles. She also appeared in character parts in a handful of 60s films. She is memorable as the original - and the most believable - Alice Kramden, wife of Ralph Kramden (immortalized by Jackie Gleason), in ...
26. Pío Baroja
Writer | Al Hollywood madrileño
Pío Baroja was born on December 28, 1872 in Donostia-San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa, País Vasco, Spain as Pío Baroja y Nessi. He was a writer and actor, known for Al Hollywood madrileño (1927), The Search (1966) and Zalacaín el aventurero (1955). He died on October 30, 1956 in Madrid, Spain.
27. Ramon Novarro
Actor | Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
Ramon Novarro was born José Ramón Gil Samaniego on February 6, 1899 in Durango, Mexico, to Leonor (Gavilan) and Dr. Mariano N. Samaniego Siqueiros, a prosperous dentist. Ramon and his family moved to Los Angeles in 1913, as refugees from the Mexican Revolution. After stints as a ballet dancer, ...
28. Renée Asherson
Actress | The Others
A beautiful and durable actress of screen, stage and television, Asherson was born Renée Ascherson in London (dropping the "c" early in her acting career), the younger daughter of Charles Ascherson, a businessman and bibliophile of German-Jewish extraction, and his second wife, Dorothy Wiseman, who...
29. Robert Goulet
Robert Gerard Goulet was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, to a family of French-Canadian origin. He was the son of Jeanette (Gauthier) and Joseph Georges André Goulet. After hearing his son sing "Lead Kindly Light", in their church hall, his father told him, "I'm proud of you, son". A few weeks ...
30. Samuel Fuller
Writer | The Steel Helmet
At age 17, Samuel Fuller was the youngest reporter ever to be in charge of the events section of the New York Journal. After having participated in the European battle theater in World War II, he directed some minor action productions for which he mostly wrote the scripts himself and which he also ...