Death Place Matching "Camarillo, California, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Peggy Moran
Actress | The Mummy's Hand
Mary Jeanette Moran was born in Clinton, Iowa. The daughter of Louise Moran, a dancer with the famous Denishawn Dancers, and the celebrated artist Earl Moran, whose paintings graced many a barracks wall during World War II. One of Earl's favorite models was Norma Jean Baker, who later changed her ...
Actor | Porky's
Christmas trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, gained experience in English repertory theatre in 1936, and had a principal role in the London production of Noël Coward's "Bitter Sweet" in the 1930s. During the Second World War, he was a member of Royal Air Force production units and ...
3. Bill Quinn
Actor | Twilight Zone: The Movie
Bill Quinn was born on May 6, 1912 in New York City, New York, USA as William Tyrrell Quinn. He was an actor, known for Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983), Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) and The Birds (1963). He was married to Mary Catherine Roden. He died on April 29, 1994 in Camarillo, ...
4. Henry Koster
Director | Harvey
Henry Koster was born Herman Kosterlitz in Berlin, Germany, on May 1, 1905. His maternal grandfather was a famous operatic tenor Julius Salomon (who died of tuberculosis in the 1880s). His father was a salesman of ladies unmentionables who left the family while Henry was at a young age, leaving him...
Actress | Armored Car Robbery
Fewer dames were tougher on the 40s and 50s screen than leggy (5'9") "B" star Adele Jergens, the tough-talking, plump-cheeked peroxide blonde who gave her fair share of tawdry trouble in backstage dramas, film noir, crime potboilers, and adventure yarns. She was just as headstrong at trying to bust...
7. Emil Sitka
Actor | Intruder
Orphaned at twelve, Sitka caught the acting bug while living with a priest in Pittsburgh. He road the rails as a hobo for years during the Depression before arriving in Hollywood in 1936. Theatre work, including directing, eventually brought him to the attention of a talent scout, who contracted ...
8. Glenn Langan
Actor | Dragonwyck
Thomas Glenn Langan spent most of his early life in his home town of Denver, Colorado. After completing his education, he acted in local repertory companies, before moving to New York. In 1942, he appeared on Broadway opposite Luise Rainer in J.M. Barrie's "Kiss for Cinderella". He garnered good ...
Actress | The Devil's Brigade
Lovely, sparkling blonde musical actress and dancer Gretchen Wyler was born Gretchen Weinecke in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, the daughter of Louis Gustave Weinecke, a gasoline engineer, and Peggy (nee Highley) Weinecke, on February 16, 1932. She graduated from her home town high school and went on to ...
10. Pati Behrs
Actress | Apartment for Peggy
Pati Behrs was born on February 13, 1922 in Turkey as Pati Behrs Eristoff. She was an actress, known for Apartment for Peggy (1948) and The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (1949). She was married to Lucius Lindley, John Derek and Gogi Tchitchinadze. She died on July 4, 2004 in Camarillo, ...
11. Anne Neyland
Actress | Motorcycle Gang
One of two siblings born in Gulfport, Mississippi, to Edwina and Robert Swayze Neyland, by age 16, Anne had entered her first beauty pageant on the way to a successful modelling career. When she was noticed by Hollywood in 1955, she was said to have held an impressive 30 titles to her name, ...
12. Hank Penny
Actor | Heading West
Hank Penny was born on September 18, 1918 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA as Herbert Clayton Penny. He was an actor, known for Heading West (1946), Frontier Outpost (1950) and The Blazing Trail (1949). He was married to Shari Penny and Sue Thompson. He died on April 17, 1992 in Camarillo, California, ...
13. Ilka Windish
Actress | Taras Bulba
Ilka Windish has played many dramatic roles in her acting career but none outweighs the fascinating drama of her own life. She was impressed by both Germans and Russians before escaping to the United States.
Ilka was born in Vienna with a name no one could remember - Gerta Maria Theresa Honka ...
15. Theodore Lorch
Actor | The Last of the Mohicans
Theodore Lorch was born on September 29, 1873 in Springfield, Illinois, USA as Theodore Andrew Lorch. He was an actor, known for The Last of the Mohicans (1920), Half-Wits Holiday (1947) and Ginsberg the Great (1927). He was married to Diana Christiansen, Cecil and Mary. He died on November 12, ...
Actor | The Hollywood Knights
Legendary rock'n'roll disc jockey Humble Harve Miller began his long and illustrious career in 1958 at radio station WAAT in Trenton, New Jersey. Miller then switched to WIBG in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he worked from 1958 to 1962. Humble Harve subsequently moved to Los Angeles in 1965 and...
18. Lee Madden
Director | Angel Unchained
Writer/director/producer Lee Madden was born in 1927 in Brooklyn, New York City. Madden's debut film was the enjoyable biker crime caper heist yarn "Hell's Angels '69;" this movie featured various members of the real Oakland Hell's Angels led by then president Sonny Barger and was the sole motion ...
20. Robert H. Planck
Cinematographer | The Three Musketeers
Robert H. Planck was born on August 19, 1902 in Huntington, Indiana, USA as Robert Herbert Planck. He is known for his work on The Three Musketeers (1948), Lili (1953) and Anchors Aweigh (1945). He died on October 31, 1971 in Camarillo, California, USA.
21. Mariwin Roberts
Actress | Pet of the Month: Mariwin Roberts
Strikingly buxom and shapely brunette knockout Mariwin Roberts was born on May 24, 1948 in Fort Worth, Texas. She graduated from Fillmore High School in Fillmore, California in 1966 and went on to attend Santa Barbara City College, which she graduated from in 1974. Mariwin was the Pet of the Month ...
22. Lucille Miller
Actress | Charlie Chan's Courage
Lucille Miller was born on November 11, 1909 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She was an actress, known for Charlie Chan's Courage (1934), A Midsummer Night's Steam (1927) and Hubby's Weekend Trip (1928). She was married to Col. Robert D. Johnston. She died on August 28, 2002 in Camarillo, ...
23. John F. Warren
Camera Department | The Ten Commandments
Born in New York City 1909. First started as Slate Boy for Metro Pictures in New York before moving to the west. Worked exclusively for Cecil B. DeMille and Alfred Hitchcock. Active member of ASC, retired and steeled in Camarillo, California. Died August 8, 2000.
28. Gypsy Boots
Actor | Life/Drawing
Gypsy Boots was born on August 19, 1914 in San Francisco, California, USA as Robert Bootzin. He was an actor, known for Apartment 12 (2000), Childish Things (1969) and A Swingin' Summer (1965). He was married to Lois Bloemker. He died on August 8, 2004 in Camarillo, California.
29. Eddie Saeta
Location Management | Diamonds Are Forever
American production manager and assistant director who directed and produced films. A native of Philadelphia, Saeta grew up in Los Angeles, where his father was head of the Columbia Pictures electrical department. At 18, Saeta got a job as Columbia boss Harry Cohn's messenger boy, which led to work...
Writer | Song of the South
Southern-born Dalton Reymond was a professor at Louisiana State University. There, in the mid-1930s, he directed budding opera star Frances Greer in a production of Carmen. He subsequently went to Hollywood to work as a set designer and technical advisor. The latter included, according to a New ...
33. Derf Scratch
Soundtrack | Class of 1984
Derf Scratch was born on October 30, 1951 in Monmouth, New Jersey, USA as Frederick Charles Milner III. He was an actor, known for Class of 1984 (1982), Good-bye Cruel World (1983) and Forty Days of Musa Dagh (1982). He died on July 28, 2010 in Camarillo, California, USA.
34. Lou Busch
Soundtrack | Fired Up!
Songwriter ("Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh", "Portofino", "Sabre Dance Boogie"), pianist, composer, conductor and arranger. He began his own orchestra at 12, then attended high school and private music study. He played piano in the orchestras of Clyde McCoy, Henry Busse, Vincent Lopez, George Olsen ...
Music Department | Logan's Run
Director of Music for MGM's TV department and later Executive Director of Music for Motion Pictures at MGM. He started at MGM as an accompanist for such stars as Judy Garland and Frank Sinatra. He worked as an assistant scorer on many of the great musicals from MGM's golden era.
42. John D. Silva
Director | The Spade Cooley Show
Silva, whose two Emmy Awards include one in 1974 for developing the Telecopter, was the KTLA station's chief engineer for 21 years. He was director of engineering research from 1976 until 1978, when he retired to become an electronics design consultant. He won his first Emmy in 1970 for his ...
43. Corliss Palmer
Actress | Scarlet Youth
Corliss Palmer was born on July 25, 1899 in Edison, Georgia, USA as Helen Corliss Palmer. She was an actress, known for Scarlet Youth (1928), Her Second Chance (1926) and Honeymoon Hate (1927). She was married to Eugene V. Brewster and William Taylor. She died on August 27, 1952 in Camarillo, ...
46. Ted McMichael
Actor | Melody Lane
One of the founders of the popular Merry Macs vocal quartet, which had several hits: "Mairzy Doats", "Praise The Lord and Pass the Ammunition", and "Sentimental Journey". Ted founded the Merry Macs along with his brothers Judd McMichael and Joe McMichael in the 1920s while attending high school in ...
49. Patricia West
Patricia West was born on August 24, 1912 in Sedalia, Missouri, USA. She was an actress, known for Broadway Serenade (1939) and Easy Come, Easy Go (1947). She was married to Bob Stimming and John Sherwood. She died on September 9, 2003 in Camarillo, California, USA.
50. R. Norwood Smith
Actor | Listen to Me
R. Norwood Smith was born on April 18, 1915 in San Francisco, California, USA as Francis Norwood Smith. He was an actor, known for Listen to Me (1989), The Rockford Files (1974) and Huckleberry Finn (1974). He was married to Elizabeth. He died on August 24, 1999 in Camarillo, California.