Death Place Matching "Burbank, California, USA" (Sorted by Name Ascending)
Actor | Rollin' Plains
The slight frame (5' 6"), pale, serious countenance, and dark, droopy mustache are unmistakable, definitive identification badges in recalling silent comedian Harry "Snub" Pollard. Born in Australia as Harry Fraser, he joined a vaudeville troupe, which toured the United States around 1910. The ...
3. Al Ferguson
Actor | The Lightning Express
Al Ferguson was born on April 19, 1888 in Rosslare, County Wexford, Ireland as Alfred George Ferguson. He was an actor and director, known for The Lightning Express (1930), The Three Musketeers (1933) and Shackles of Fear (1924). He was married to Lottie Taber. He died on December 4, 1971 in ...
7. Al Wyatt Sr.
Stunts | Innerspace
Actor and stuntman Al Wyatt Sr. was born Allan Riley Wyatt on May 7, 1917 in Mayfield, Kentucky. Wyatt headed off to California following service in the military during World War II. Al's status as an expert horseman enabled him to break into films in the Western genre in 1947 as both an actor and ...
Producer | Yes, Dear
Alan Kirschenbaum was born on April 19, 1961 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a producer and writer, known for Yes, Dear (2000), Stark Raving Mad (1999) and Down the Shore (1992). He was married to Vicki Juditz. He died on October 26, 2012 in Burbank, California, USA.
11. Alberto Morin
Actor | Two Mules for Sister Sara
Alberto Morin was born on December 26, 1902 in San Juan, Puerto Rico as Salvador R. López. He is known for his work on Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970), About Mrs. Leslie (1954) and Tripoli (1950). He died on April 7, 1989 in Burbank, California, USA.
13. Alice Terry
Actress | The Conquering Power
Alice started as an extra in films at age 15. She worked in "Inceville" and would appear as several characters in 'Civilization (1916)'. In 1917, she would meet director Rex Ingram and they would marry in 1921. It was also in 1921 that Alice would gain acclaim as Marguerite in 'The Four Horsemen of...
14. Aline Towne
Actress | Radar Men from the Moon
She spent the last 25 years of her life doing what she loved most: travelling the world. Before her death in 1996, she travelled extensively to Asia, Africa, India, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South America, Central America, Russia, Scandinavia, Middle East. Aline Towne was not only an ...
15. Alix Talton
Actress | The Man Who Knew Too Much
Alix Talton was born Alice Talton on June 7, 1920 in Atlanta, Georgia. Of part Cherokee Indian descent, Alix studied dancing and singing while growing up. After being crowned Miss Atlanta in a local beauty pageant in 1938, Talton went on to represent Georgia in the Miss America beauty pageant held ...
18. André De Toth
Director | House of Wax
Although he obtained a law degree from the Royal Hungarian University, Andre De Toth decided to become an actor, and spent several years on the stage. He then entered the Hungarian film industry, obtaining work as a writer, editor, second unit director and actor before finally becoming a director. ...
19. Ann Graves
Actress | The Magic Sword
Ann Graves was born on November 15, 1940 in Detroit, Michigan, USA as Anne Graves. She was an actress, known for The Magic Sword (1962), Runaway Girl (1965) and The Blue Angels (1960). She was married to Glenn Yarbrough. She died on December 26, 2016 in Burbank, California, USA.
Producer | Black Snake
Anthony-James Ryan was born on June 17, 1921 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. He was a producer and actor, known for Black Snake (1973), Vixen! (1968) and Up! (1976). He was married to Jacqueline Stevens. He died on April 15, 2006 in Burbank, California, USA.
23. Art Landy
Animation Department | Peter Pan
This is my grandfather He worked for Walt Disney from the early 1930's until the 1950's He quit Disney because he wasn't getting the credit for his work, so, he went to work for Walter Lantz. In his spare time he also did oil and water colors. He also tried doing silk screening. He passed away in ...
24. Art McAloon
A reporter and editor for United Press International from 1963 to 1979, he left that job to become a writer on "The Tonight Show" for several months in 1979. Afterward he joined the Los Angeles Times. His service at UPI included stints as correspondent at the U.N. and NATO, and as manager of the ...
27. Artie Ortego
Actor | Rustlers of Red Dog
Artie Ortego was born on February 9, 1890 in San Jose, California, USA. He is known for his work on Rustlers of Red Dog (1935), The Fighting Trooper (1934) and The Great Secret (1917). He was married to Billie Mack and Marie Manley. He died on July 24, 1960 in Burbank, California.
28. Barry Dennen
Actor | Fiddler on the Roof
Best known for his nearly 40-year association with the musical sensation "Jesus Christ Superstar," actor-singer-voice artist Barry Dennen has a multi-media resume.
Dennen was born in Chicago on February 22, 1938; his family moved to Los Angeles when he was a child. After graduating from UCLA (where ...
Actor | I Love a Mystery
Born in Goldthwaite Texas, Barton Yarborough ran away from home as a youth to join vaudeville. In the 1920s he got involved in radio, and in 1932 began a long run as Cliff Barbour on the hugely famous drama "One Man's Family," which he appeared in until his death. Other outstanding radio roles came...
31. Ben Wright
Actor | The Sound of Music
Ben Wright was born May 5, 1915, to an English mother and an American father in London, England, UK. At 16, he entered the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts where classmates included such future stars as Ida Lupino. Upon graduating, he acted in several West End stage productions. When WWII broke out, ...
32. Benjamin Rivera
Transportation Department | The Nines
Benny is a former Brinks driver who moved to Los Angeles from Detroit in the early 70s. He started dabbling in movies in the 1980s as an extra, winning his first role as an inmate in 1985's _Runaway Train(1985)_. His laid back demeanor won him many fans within production units and he eventually ...
35. Bessie Learn
Actress | Bread on the Waters
Bessie Learn was born on August 30, 1888 in San Diego, California, USA. She was an actress and writer, known for Bread on the Waters (1913), Her Grandmother's Wedding Dress (1914) and The Ploughshare (1915). She was married to Art Robbins and J. Roy Prosser. She died on February 5, 1987 in Burbank,...
36. Bibi Osterwald
Actress | As Good as It Gets
Bibi Osterwald was born on February 3, 1920 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA as Margaret Virginia Osterwald. She was an actress, known for As Good as It Gets (1997), Producers' Showcase (1954) and Remington Steele (1982). She was married to Justin Arndt. She died on January 2, 2002 in Burbank, ...
37. Bill Carruthers
Producer | Press Your Luck
Bill Carruthers was born on September 27, 1930 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He was a producer and director, known for Press Your Luck (1983), The 7th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (1980) and The 9th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (1982). He died on March 2, 2003 in Burbank, California, USA.
40. Bill Williams
Actor | Son of Paleface
A solid film and TV player bearing a strong, honest persona for most his career, this innocent-eyed, boyishly handsome blond "B" actor of the 40s and 50s was born in Brooklyn on May 21, 1915, and educated there at the Pratt Institute. A natural athlete, Bill Williams was a professional swimmer who ...
41. Billy Graf
Production Manager | Alien Private Eye
Billy Graf was born on July 30, 1945 in Maryland, USA. He was a production manager and assistant director, known for Alien Private Eye (1989), Pleasure in Paradise (1991) and A Sensuous Summer (1991). He died on September 3, 2004 in Burbank, California, USA.
42. Billy Varga
Actor | Raging Bull
Billy Varga was born on January 10, 1919 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA as William Joe Varga. He is known for his work on Raging Bull (1980), Bodyhold (1949) and Hard Time on Planet Earth (1989). He was married to Rosabelle. He died on January 11, 2013 in Burbank, California, USA.
45. Bob Carleton
Soundtrack | That's the Spirit
Composer, songwriter ("Ja Da"), and pianist. After a public-school education, he served in the US Navy during World War I, and wrote musicals for the Great Lakes Naval Training Center in Illinois. Joining ASCAP in 1942, his other popular-song compositions include "Teasin'", "I've Spent the Evening ...
46. Bob Hastings
Actor | The Poseidon Adventure
Bob Hastings got his show business start in radio after WWII as the voice of "Archie Andrews" in the show of the same name (a spin-off of the Archie Comics series) on the Mutual Broadcasting System. The good-looking Hastings made the transition to television smoothly in 1949 in early ...