Death Place Matching "Riverside, California, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actress | Rope
During the Golden Age of Hollywood there were an array of character actors who came out and perfected their craft alongside some of the era's most popular stars. Within that category is one Edith Evanson.
She was born on April 28, 1896 in Tacoma, Washington, the daughter of a Protestant minister. In...
Actress | Voodoo Island
Elliott Erwin "Jack" Engstrom (5/18/1920-7/4/2014) married Jean Moon (nee Bovie) in 1947 and adopted her daughter, Liana. Jean died in 1997 from breast cancer. Liana is living in Glendora at the present time. Both Jean (screen name Jean Engstrom and Liana, (screen name, "Jena" Engstrom, were ...
Actor | The Book of Acts Series
Robert Brubaker, son of George Brubaker and descendant of Jonas Sparks, a friend of frontiersman Daniel Boone, was born October 9, 1916 in Robinson, Illinois, a little town two hundred and ten miles south of Chicago and seven miles from the Wabash River. Probably the towns only claim to fame is ...
Actor | The Gay Deceivers
Michael Greer was an actor and comedian. His most famous role was as Queenie, the prison drag queen in Sal Mineo's stage and the Harvey Hart film versions of "Fortune and Men's Eyes" (Fortune and Men's Eyes (1971)), which dealt with sex in prison. Mr. Greer appeared as Don Johnson's friend in the ...
Actor | Westworld
Norman Bartold was born on August 6, 1928 in Alameda County, California, USA as Norman Hillman Bartold. He was an actor, known for Westworld (1973), Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) and Real Life (1979). He was married to Sheila Bartold. He died on May 28, 1994 in Riverside County, ...
9. Art Mix
Actor | The Bandit Chaser
Art Mix was born on June 18, 1896 in Atlas, Illinois, USA as George Washington Kesterson. He was an actor, known for The Bandit Chaser (1928), Treason (1933) and Border Devils (1932). He was married to Inez Gomez. He died on December 7, 1972 in Riverside, California, USA.
Actor | Boyz n the Hood
Black American supporting actor Dedrick D. Gobert's career was cut short when he was fatally shot during an argument at a drag race at a Southern California racetrack in late 1994. The 22-year-old made his film debut playing Dooky in John Singleton's _Boyz N the Hood (1991)_.
13. Maxine Jennings
Actress | Mr. Wong, Detective
Maxine Jennings was born on March 8, 1909 in Portland, Oregon, USA as Maxine Leah Jennings. She was an actress, known for Mr. Wong, Detective (1938), There Goes My Girl (1937) and Don't Turn 'em Loose (1936). She died on January 11, 1991 in Riverside County, California, USA.
15. Lyn Thomas
Actress | Big Timber
Indiana-born, Lyn Thomas acted on stage before she came to Hollywood in the late 40s, working under contract to Eagle Lion, Hal Wallis Productions and 20th Century-Fox and yet never catching the proverbial brass ring. Throughout the 1950s, she appeared in many B movies and TV series (including The ...
16. Tony Owen
Producer | Portrait of Alison
Tony Owen was born on May 2, 1907 in Illinois, USA as Anthony I. Owen. He was a producer, known for Postmark for Danger (1955), The Traveling Saleswoman (1950) and The Donna Reed Show (1958). He was married to Donna Reed. He died on May 12, 1984 in Riverside, California, USA.
17. Mary Scott
Actress | The Prudential Family Playhouse
Mary Scott was born on December 9, 1921 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She was an actress, known for The Prudential Family Playhouse (1950), Philo Vance Returns (1947) and Kings Row (1942). She was married to Cedric Hardwicke. She died on April 22, 2009 in Riverside County, California.
18. Maurice McDonald
Maurice McDonald was born on November 26, 1902 in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA as Maurice James McDonald. He was married to Dorothy Carter. He died on December 11, 1971 in Riverside, California, USA.
19. Gil Lamb
Actor | Star Spangled Rhythm
Lean and lanky Gil Lamb should have been a professional contortionist. Every part of him seemed to be elastic. He could bend at the hip and jackknife to the floor, his head almost touching the ground, face turned sideways. That face was also peculiarly long and lugubrious. His 'fish-eyed' ...
Actor | Airwolf
Roland Harrah III was born on January 20, 1973 in Colorado, USA as Roland Edward Harrah III. He was an actor, known for Airwolf (1984), Magnum, P.I. (1980) and Braddock: Missing in Action III (1988). He died on January 3, 1995 in Riverside County, California, USA.
21. Mary Halsey
Actress | Unlucky Dog
Mary Halsey came from a prominent Milwaukee family. Her father was Jay S. Halsey, Western representative of the Ply metal company and her mother Zoe Halsey (1888-1965) was working as a interior decorator. The Hasey family went to California in the early twenties. Her parents divorced in 1924. Mary ...
23. Darwyn Swalve
Darwyn (Dar) Swalve began in community theater and his dream was to be in a Broadway play. His acting agent Keith Wolfe placed Darwyn with actor-turned-agent, Morgan Paul, who had contacts in the theater, as well as films. Darwyn's dream of being in a Broadway show was realized when he landed a ...
25. Jane Burgess
Actress | The Twilight Zone
Jane Burgess was born on June 4, 1931 in Long Beach, California, USA as Jane McKay Matthews. Her parents were commercial artist Howard Mark Matthews (March 19, 1906-May 10, 1965) and Grace Skillington Maass (April 10, 1906-August 26, 1999). Jane had one brother, Charles Maass (May 12, 1930 - April ...
26. Mary Hatcher
Actress | Holiday in Havana
She was a pert brunette with a winning smile who decorated several minor screen entertainments in the 1940s. A genuinely talented singer and tap dancer, even a fair actress, Mary Hatcher enjoyed a promising start, yet -- like so many other hopefuls -- her career barely got off the ground. Mary was ...
28. Rebel Randall
Actress | Seven Doors to Death
American actress of the 1940's and 50's, a former Esquire model and wartime pin-up girl. She got her start in Hollywood via a scholarship to the Max Reinhardt workshop on the strength of being 'The Coca Cola Girl' and elected 'ad queen of Chicago'. Her first starring role on stage was in 'Seventeen'...
30. Georgie Nokes
Actor | It's a Wonderful Life
Georgie Nokes was born on October 22, 1936 in Los Angeles County, California, USA as George Robert Nokes. He was an actor, known for It's a Wonderful Life (1946), State of the Union (1948) and Song of the South (1946). He died on May 22, 1986 in Riverside, California.
Actor | The Wild Wild West
Quentin Sondergaard was born on January 11, 1925 in Seattle, Washington, USA as Quentin Charles Sondergaard. He was an actor, known for The Wild Wild West (1965), Badman's Gold (1951) and Five Guns to Tombstone (1960). He died on February 15, 1984 in Riverside County, California, USA.
34. Morris Buchanan
Actor | Coffy
Morris Buchanan was born on February 26, 1923 in Riverside, California, USA as Morris Alex Buchanan. He was an actor, known for Coffy (1973), St. Ives (1976) and Bomba and the Jungle Girl (1952). He was married to Noella Austin and Bessie K. Brown. He died on August 14, 2014 in Riverside.
36. Tom McDonough
Actor | The House on Telegraph Hill
Tom McDonough was born on September 26, 1913 in Texas, USA. He is known for his work on The House on Telegraph Hill (1951), Tales of Wells Fargo (1957) and Mission: Impossible (1966). He died on January 12, 2007 in Riverside County, California, USA.
37. Barbara Faulkner
Actress | Stowaway to the Moon
Barbara Faulkner was born on August 29, 1932 in Hawesville, Kentucky, USA as Barbara Baldwin. She was an actress, known for Stowaway to the Moon (1975). She was married to Edward Faulkner. She died on May 17, 2013 in Riverside County, California, USA.
46. Lois Corbett
Actress | The Jack Benny Program
Lois Corbett was born on January 30, 1907 in Iowa, USA. She was an actress, known for The Jack Benny Program (1950), The Adventures of Jim Bowie (1956) and The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna (1956). She was married to Don Wilson. She died on January 8, 1983 in Riverside, California, USA.
50. Pat Harmon
Actor | The Midnight Express
Pat Harmon was born on February 3, 1886 in Lewiston, Illinois, USA as Plummer Hull Harman. He is known for his work on The Midnight Express (1924), The Freshman (1925) and The Warning (1927). He was married to Pearl Owings. He died on November 26, 1958 in Riverside, California, USA.