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Actor | Hollywood Homicide
Frank Sinatra Jr. was born on January 10, 1944 in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA as Francis Wayne Sinatra. He was an actor, known for Hollywood Homicide (2003), Aru heishi no kake (1970) and Dream for an Insomniac (1996). He was married to Cynthia Sinatra. He died on March 16, 2016 in Daytona Beach, ...
Actor | Dark Shadows
Virile-looking, hairy-chested actor Anthony George is best remembered for a couple of popular TV crime series back in the early 1960s. Born Octavio George in Endicott, New York, he began in small roles in motion pictures and TV in the 1950s. Picked up by 20th Century-Fox he was sometimes billed as ...
Actor | The Glass Bottom Boat
Arthur Godfrey was born in New York City on August 31, 1903. Mr. Godfrey was a radio and TV host and had his own television show The Arthur Godfrey Show, (1948-1959). During his career, he discovered and show cased many new talents including Pat Boone, Julius LaRosa, Marion Marlowe, and many others...
4. Bebe Daniels
Actress | The Maltese Falcon
Bebe Daniels already had toured as an actor by the age of four in a stage production of "Richard III". She had her first leading role at the age of seven and started her film career shortly after this in movies for Imperial, Pathe and others. At 14 she was already a film veteran, and was enlisted ...
Actor | In a Lonely Place
Carl Benton Reid was a drama graduate from Carnegie Tech who had several years of stage experience performing at the Cleveland PLayhouse in the 1920's, where he met his future wife, stage actress Hazel Harrison. After moving to New York, he became a noted actor on the Broadway stage with some ...
Actor | Miami Vice
He first made a name for himself in the late 1970s and early 1980s, performing several shows of raunchy comedy a day at outdoor parks in New York City, most notably in Washington Square Park, where he competed for crowds with musicians, Frisbees players, jugglers and other entertainers. Charlie was...
10. Chishû Ryû
Actor | Tôkyô monogatari
What an amazing career! Few can boast a longer one (64 years of activity). Few have been able to have to relate to three generations. And it is pretty sure that no one can compare with him in terms of faithfulness to a director: Chishu Ryu indeed appeared in no fewer than fifty-two out of ...
11. David Steinberg
Actor | Willow
David first started acting in college stage productions and received his professional training in the theater. Best known for his fine and appealing performance as Warwick Davis's loyal friend Meegosh in the enjoyable epic fantasy adventure "Willow," Steinberg's other film credits include "Love & ...
13. Dorothy Adams
Actress | The Best Years of Our Lives
Dorothy Adams was born on January 8, 1900 in Hannah, North Dakota, USA. She was an actress, known for The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), The Killing (1956) and The Ten Commandments (1956). She was married to Byron Foulger. She died on March 16, 1988 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.
14. Frank Thornton
Actor | Gosford Park
Frank Thornton was born on January 15, 1921 in Dulwich, London, England as Frank Thornton Ball. He was an actor, known for Gosford Park (2001), Are You Being Served? (1972) and The Bed Sitting Room (1969). He was married to Beryl Jane Margaret Evans. He died on March 16, 2013 in Barnes, London.
15. Ivan Dixon
Director | The Spook Who Sat by the Door
Ivan Dixon, was a handsome, mustachioed African-American actor and director who carried a strong, serious nature about his solid frame, initially earned attention on the ground-breaking stage and film with pronounced themes of social and racial relevance. He would become better known, however, for ...
17. June Collyer
Actress | Murder by Television
June Collyer was born Dorothea Heermance in New York City on August 19, 1906. She began her career in the film East Side, West Side (1927). After making the successful change to the sound era, June continued to work, something some of her counterparts couldn't do. She appeared on the silver screen ...
18. Kathryn Givney
Actress | A Place in the Sun
Kathryn Givney was born on October 27, 1896 in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA as Kathryn M. Givney. She was an actress, known for A Place in the Sun (1951), My Friend Irma (1949) and Daddy Long Legs (1955). She was married to Francis Alton Connolly and J. George Stutzman. She died on March 16, 1978 in...
19. Nicolás Del Boca
Director | Antonella
Nicolás Del Boca was born on January 23, 1928 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was a director and producer, known for Antonella (1991), Señorita Andrea (1980) and Los especiales de ATC (1979). He was married to Ana María Castro. He died on March 16, 2018 in Buenos Aires.
20. Norma MacMillan
Actress | Head Over Heels
Norma MacMillan was a native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It was there that she met, worked with and married her producer/manager husband Thor Arngrim. Arngrim had started the now-legendary, but short-lived Totem Theatre company in 1951. Upon its demise in 1954, he, his partner Stuart ...
21. Ola Brunkert
Music_department | Mitt sanna jag
Ola Brunkert was born on September 15, 1946 in Örebro, Örebro län, Sweden. He is known for his work on Mitt sanna jag (1995), ABBA: The Movie (1977) and Och skeppets namn var Gigantic... (1980). He was married to Inger. He died on March 16, 2008 in Arta, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain.
22. Russell Freedman
Producer | Fau sai luen kuk
Russell Freedman was born on October 11, 1929 in San Francisco, California, USA as Russell Bruce Freedman. He was a producer, known for To Live (1992), The Map of Sex and Love (2001) and ESPN SportsCentury (1999). He was married to Evans Chan. He died on March 16, 2018 in Manhattan, New York City, ...
23. Shug Fisher
Actor | Mister Roberts
This country singing-and-playing perennial earned the nickname of "Shug" early in life from his mother, who used to call him "sugar" as an infant. The native Oklahoman was born George Clinton Fisher in 1907, the son of a Scots-Irish father and part Choctaw mother. He learned how to play the ...