mecidiyekoy escort

  • Mary Astor

    1906 - 1987

    Mary Astor (1906 - 1987)

    Actress. She appeared in more than 100 films, but is best known for co-starring in the film “The Maltese Falcon” (1941) with Humphrey Bogart. She won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for “The Great Lie.” She was the author of five novels and an autobiography.

    View Mary Astor's Grave
  • Mary Bertrand

    1871 - 1955

    Mary Bertrand (1871 - 1955)

    Actress. Born Mary Bertrand Steenbergen in Illinois, she began her career in the early 1900s, performing at the Liberty Theatre New York and on Broadway. For feature films she appeared in “The Wife Takes A Flyer” (1942) and “Tahiti Honey” (1943).

    View Mary Bertrand's Grave
  • Mary Blackford

    1914 - 1937

    Mary Blackford (1914 - 1937)

    American stage and motion picture actress of the 1930s. She appeared in the 1934 romantic drama “Love Time.” Her promising career ended early after an auto accident in 1934 left her paralyzed from the neck down.

    View Mary Blackford's Grave
  • Mary Jackson

    1910 - 2005

    Mary Jackson (1910 - 2005)

    Stage, Film and TV Actress. She played ‘Miss Emily Baldwin’ on “The Waltons.” Through the 1940s and 50s, she worked in summer stock and on Broadway as well as stage productions in Chicago and Los Angeles. On Broadway, Jackson appeared in shows including “Kiss & Tell,” “Eastward in Eden,” “The Flowering Cherry” and “The Trial […]

    View Mary Jackson's Grave
  • Mary MacLaren

    1900 - 1985

    Mary MacLaren (1900 - 1985)

    American motion picture actress of the 1910s through the 1940. Appeared with Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McCrea in the 1939 classic western “Union Pacific.” Sister of actress Katherine MacDonald. 

    View Mary MacLaren's Grave
  • Mary Tamm

    1950 - 2012

    Mary Tamm (1950 - 2012)

    Actress. Best known for playing Romana in the popular British series “Doctor Who”. Born to poverty-stricken Estonian immigrants in Dewsbury, Yorkshire, in the northern region of England, she was not introduced to the English language until she attended primary school. With aspirations of becoming an actress Mary was able to attend the Royal Academy of […]

    View Mary Tamm's Grave
  • Mary Beal

    1878 - 1929

    Mary Beal (1878 - 1929)

    Early silent screen actress. Married to actor Frank Beal.

    View Mary Beal's Grave
  • Mary Bear

    1910 - 1972

    Mary Bear (1910 - 1972)

    Actress. Born Mary Baer in Los Angeles, California, she was regular performer of films in the 1940s to 1950s. Her credits included “The Lady In Ermine” (1948), “Johnny Allegro” (1949), “The Life of Riley” (1949), “Stella” (1950), “Mother Didn’t Tell Me” (1950), “Singing Guns” (1950) and I‘ll Cry Tomorrow” (1955).

    View Mary Bear's Grave
  • Mary Bell

    1911 - 2005

    Mary Bell (1911 - 2005)

    Actress, Playwright and novelist. Widow of actor Sir John Mills. Mother of Juliet, Jonathon, and Hayley Mills. Best known for her 1958 novel “Whistle Down the Wind,” which would later become a stage production and a film starring her daughter Hayley. Mary Hayley Bell was born in Shanghai, China where her father was a customs […]

    View Mary Bell's Grave
  • Mary Benny

    1905 - 1983

    Mary Benny (1905 - 1983)

    Actress, Comedienne. The real life wife of actor Jack Benny, she played the role of the long-suffering housewife who is given no money to run the household. Born Sadye Marks in Seattle, Washington, she first worked as a department store clerk, when she met Jack Benny, who was then a beginning radio star. She married […]

    View Mary Benny's Grave
  • Mary Boland

    1880 - 1965

    Mary Boland (1880 - 1965)

    American motion picture and television actress of the 1910s through 1950s.

    View Mary Boland's Grave
  • Mary Brough

    1863 - 1934

    Mary Brough (1863 - 1934)

    Actress. She starred in British silent and early sound films. In 1881 she began her stage career at the Aldwych Theatre in London, appearing in such hit plays as “Thark” and “The Cuckoo in the Nest”. She was best-known for portraying menacing cockney women in British satires. Her screen credits include “Beauty and the Barge” […]

    View Mary Brough's Grave
  • Mary Ann Jackson

    1923 - 2003

    Mary Ann Jackson (1923 - 2003)

    American former child actress who appeared in Our Gang short subjects series between 1928 and 1931. Her career began under the shadow of her actor relatives, mother Charlotte Jackson, and older sister, “Peaches” Jackson”. Jackson made her film debut in a 1925 Ruth Taylor short, “Dangerous Curves”. Her first big break came with the role […]

    View Mary Ann Jackson's Grave
  • Maurice Dallimore

    1912 - 1973

    Maurice Dallimore (1912 - 1973)

    Actor. He was a popular performer most noted for portraying proper British character roles. He had his biggest success appearing as a regular on many TV shows such as “77 Sunset Strip”, “The Jack Benny Show”, “McHale’s Navy”, “My Three Sons” and as Superintendent Watson on the “Batman” series. His feature film credits include “north […]

    View Maurice Dallimore's Grave
  • Max Wall

    1908 - 1990

    Max Wall (1908 - 1990)

    English Comedian and Actor. He is best remembered for his ludicrously attired and hilariously strutting character ‘Professor Wallofski’. Born Maxwell George Lorimer in Brixton, London, England he was the son of Scottish comedy actor and music hall entertainer Jack Lorimer. In 1920 his father died of tuberculosis and his mother remarried and they all moved […]

    View Max Wall's Grave
  • May Baxter

    1885 - 1934

    May Baxter (1885 - 1934)

    Actress. She appeared in the films, “Penrod” (1922), and “The Sins Of St. Anthony” (1920).

    View May Baxter's Grave
  • Mei Ling Yung

    1959 - 1985

    Mei Ling Yung (1959 - 1985)

    Actress. Barbara Yung was a big star in Hong Kong prior to her suicide in 1985, and details of her funeral arrangements were widely publicised in the media. She was cremated in Hong Kong and her ashes taken back to Cambridge, England by her mother to be buried in a cemetery not far from where […]

    View Mei Ling Yung's Grave
  • Menchu Quesada

    1918 - 2005

    Menchu Quesada (1918 - 2005)

    Actress. She participated in 15 movies, but she is specially remembered for her role of ‘Lucía Campanelli’ in the successful television comedy “Los Campanelli” (1969 to 1974.) and for her secondary roles in many soap operas. Between 1954 and 1960 she lived and worked in Spain, achieving good critics.

    View Menchu Quesada's Grave
  • Michael Ansara

    1922 - 2013

    Michael Ansara (1922 - 2013)

    Actor. He is best remembered as playing Cochise on the television series “Broken Arrow” and Klingon commander ‘Kang’ on three separate “Star Trek” television series. Born to American parents in a small Syrian village, he came to the US when he was two years old, residing first in Lowell, Massachusetts before the family moved to […]

    View Michael Ansara's Grave
  • Michael Hafner

    1959 - 2005

    Michael Hafner (1959 - 2005)

    Actor. While he worked at the theatre in Coburg he had the idea for a Samba-Festival in the city. Although most people were skeptical of the idea, he was soon supported by the mayor and the Samba-Festivals Coburg was celebrated for the first time in 1992. The annual event has nowadays become the largest of […]

    View Michael Hafner's Grave
  • Michael Vale

    1922 - 2005

    Michael Vale (1922 - 2005)

    Actor. Best known for his portrayal of a sleepy-eyed Dunkin’ Donuts baker who said “Time to make the doughnuts.” Vale studied acting at the Dramatic Workshop in New York with classmates Tony Curtis, Ben Gazzara and Rod Steiger. The veteran of the Broadway stage, film and television appeared in more than 1300 TV commercials. He […]

    View Michael Vale's Grave
  • Michael Zaslow

    1942 - 1998

    Michael Zaslow (1942 - 1998)

    Actor. He is best remembered for his roles on television soap operas. Among his many roles are as, ‘Jonathan Hadary’ on “King’s Crossing” in 1982, ‘Dick Hart’ on “Search For Tomorrow” from 1970 to 1971, ‘Dr. Peter ‘Pete’ Chernak’ on “Love Is A Many Splendored Thing” in 1970, ‘David Renaldi’ on “One Life To Live” […]

    View Michael Zaslow's Grave
  • Michele Fawdon

    1947 - 2011

    Michele Fawdon (1947 - 2011)

    Actress. She shall be remembered for her long career on Australian television. Raised in the London suburbs she had stage ambitions from an early age and at 12 entered the Bush Davies Theatrical School in Sussex. Moving to Australia she made her silver screen bow in 1971’s “Stockade” and received her first major notice as […]

    View Michele Fawdon's Grave
  • Mildred Brook

    1898 - 1989

    Mildred Brook (1898 - 1989)

    British Actress. She is the mother of Faith Brook and Lyndon Brook. She is the wife of Clive Brook since 1920 until his death in 1974. Her film credits include: “The Constant Nymph,” “The Wine of Life,” “Paddy the Next Best Thing,” “The Thief,” “Monty Works the Wires,” and “Stella.”

    View Mildred Brook's Grave
  • Milton Kamen

    1921 - 1977

    Milton Kamen (1921 - 1977)

    Actor, comic, stage performer. He got his start writing for Sid Ceasar, and later discovered Woody Allen. 

    View Milton Kamen's Grave
  • Mina Bern

    1911 - 2010

    Mina Bern (1911 - 2010)

    Actress, Singer. Though she appeared on Broadway and in a number of Hollywood films, she shall be best remembered as a star of the Yiddish theater scene of New York. Born Mina Bernholtz in what is now Poland, she was introduced to the stage early on with the traveling group Ararat. Fleeing the Nazi invasion […]

    View Mina Bern's Grave
  • Minevera Urecal

    1894 - 1966

    Minevera Urecal (1894 - 1966)

    Actress. Born Minerva Holzer in Eureka, California, she was a radio and stage performer making her film debut in “Her Bodyguard” (1933). A veteran of over 250 films, her credits include “It Happened in New York” (1935), “Son of the Pioneer” (1942), “Block Busters” (1944), “Apache Rose” (1947), “The Raging Tide” (1951), “Miracle in the […]

    View Minevera Urecal's Grave
  • Mitzi Hajos

    1891 - 1970

    Mitzi Hajos (1891 - 1970)

    Singer, Dancer, Actress. The future Ziegfeld superstar was born Magdalena Hajos and began performing professionally while still a young child. She came to America in 1909 and played cabarets and vaudeville theater before appearing on Broadway in 1911’s ‘La Belle Paree’ and ‘Her Little Highness’ in 1913. Her lyrical soprano voice, nimble feet, and charming […]

    View Mitzi Hajos's Grave
  • Miyoshi Umeki

    1929 - 2007

    Miyoshi Umeki (1929 - 2007)

    Actress. She is best remembered for her role as Katsumi, the doomed Japanese wife of an American serviceman played by Red Buttons, in the 1957 film “Sayonara”. It earned her an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, making her the first Asian performer to win an Oscar. She was also nominated for a Golden Globe […]

    View Miyoshi Umeki's Grave
  • Mona Bruns

    1899 - 2000

    Mona Bruns (1899 - 2000)

    Actress. Remembered mainly for her numerous television roles on classic series, such as “Bonanza,” “Green Acres,” and “Little House on the Prairie.” She was married to actor Frank M. Thomas, and was the mother of actor Frankie Thomas.

    View Mona Bruns's Grave

Escorte putas

sex hikayeleri seks hikayeleri porno