• Caryll Ann Ekelund

    1935 - 1939

    Caryll Ann Ekelund (1935 - 1939)

    Actress. She appeared with Shirley Temple in the film, “The Blue Bird” (1940), in the role of a little girl. Her name was later cut from the credits for no apparent reason. Her dress caught fire from a jack-o-lantern on Halloween night, October 31, 1939. She died from the injuries on november 3, 1939. At […]

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  • Celia Gamez

    1905 - 1992

    Celia Gamez (1905 - 1992)

    Actress, Singer. She had a successful career both in Argentina and Spain.

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  • Charles Dalton

    1869 - 1942

    Charles Dalton (1869 - 1942)

    Actor. A stage and film actor of the 1900s to 1930s, he appeared in films such as “The Fighting Odds”(1917), “ The Eternal Magdalene” (1919), and “The Wakefield Case” (1921). SOme of his Broadway appearances include “The Helmet of Navarre” (1901), “The Fires of St. John” (1904), “The Straight Road” (1907), “The Man Inside” (1913), […]

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  • Charles Napier

    1936 - 2011

    Charles Napier (1936 - 2011)

    Actor. A typecast ‘tough guy’, he had memorable roles in several big screen classics. Raised in Kentucky, he was a noted high school basketball player then joined the US Army in 1954 where he served as a sergeant in the 11th. Airborne. After earning his degree from Western Kentucky University in 1961 he was an […]

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  • Charles Ogle

    1865 - 1940

    Charles Ogle (1865 - 1940)

    Actor. Born in Germany, he was silent film performer most noted for portraying the monster in the first screen showing of “Frankenstein” (1910). The short reel film was only 13 minutes long and was a huge box office success. He died in Los Angels, California, at age 75.

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  • Charles Sale

    1884 - 1936

    Charles Sale (1884 - 1936)

    Actor. Born Charles Partlow Sale in Huron, South Dakota, he was a popular comic performer in feature films during the 1920s and 1930s. He was part of a Ziegfeld Follies show when he made his screen debut in “The Smart Aleck” (1920). His more then 30 credits include “The New School Teacher” (1924), “The Star […]

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  • Charles Lamb

    1900 - 1989

    Charles Lamb (1900 - 1989)

    British Actor. He was born and died in London, England. Film and television credits include “The Tall Guy,” “Casualty,” “The Bill,” “Bergerac,” “Quatermass,” “Love for Lydia,” “Lord Peter Wimsey: Nine Tailors,” “Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em,” “Follyfoot,” “Upstairs, Downstairs,” “Hands of the Ripper,” “Paul Temple,” “Z Cars,” “Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased),” “Subterfuge,” “Out of the […]

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  • Charles Wagenheim

    1896 - 1979

    Charles Wagenheim (1896 - 1979)

    Actor who appeared in more than one hundred films and on televison. His film credits include Suddenly, with Frank Sinatra, The Diary of Anne Frank, Hello Dolly, and Missouri Breaks, which would be his last. He was a regular on the TV series Gunsmoke from 1966 to 1975, as the rancher Mr Halligan. He was […]

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  • Charlotte Boisjoli

    1923 - 2001

    Charlotte Boisjoli (1923 - 2001)

    Actress. Boisjoli appeared in the films, “Zero Patience” (1993), “La Ligne De Chaleur” (1987), “It Can’t Be Winter, We Haven’t Had Summer Yet” (1980), “Monsieur Zero” (1977), “The Awakening” (1970), “Phedre” (1963), and as the narrator for, “Saint-Denys Garneau” (1960). Boisjoli also played in the television shows, “Sous Un Ciel Variable” in 1995, “Bonjour Docteur” […]

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  • Chili Bouchier

    1909 - 1999

    Chili Bouchier (1909 - 1999)

    Actress. Born Dorothy Irene Boucher into a close knit family in London, she went to work at Harrods as a model at the age of 15. After being fired for being seduced by one of the store’s floorwalkers, she responded to a newspaper advertisement offering help getting into movies. Bouchier, started working in the film […]

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  • Christa Paffgen

    1938 - 1988

    Christa Paffgen (1938 - 1988)

    Christa Päffgen, better known as Nico started out as a model, doing shoots for Vogue and other popular publications in the early 1960’s. Andy Warhol placed her in some of his experimental films and introduced her to The Velvet Underground with whom she recorded the legendary ‘Banana’ album. She recorded several solo albums during the […]

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  • Christine Fabrega

    1931 - 1988

    Christine Fabrega (1931 - 1988)


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  • Claire James

    1920 - 1986

    Claire James (1920 - 1986)

    Actress. In the 1930s, her mother moved the family to California to get her daughter into motion features. There Claire James became a beauty queen being named “Miss Los Angeles” in 1938 and placed third in the “Queen of Queens” of Southern California that same year. In August 1938, she was crowned “Miss California” and […]

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  • Clara Blore

    1890 - 1973

    Clara Blore (1890 - 1973)

    American actress appearing in films of the 1930s, and 40s. Married to character actor Eric Blore.

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  • Clara Blandick

    1881 - 1962

    Clara Blandick (1881 - 1962)

    Actress. She is best remembered for her role of Auntie Em in the 1939 film classic, “The Wizard of Oz.” Born Clara Dickey, she was the daughter of Isaac B. and Hattie Mudgett Dickey. Her father was Captain of a small American merchant ship, the “Willard Mudgett,” and she was born aboard her father’s ship […]

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  • Clara Bow

    1905 - 1965

    Clara Bow (1905 - 1965)

    Actress. Known as the ‘It Girl,’ she is considered America’s first “Sex Symbol”. Born to poverty in Brooklyn, New York, she won a photo beauty contest that launched her film career in 1922. She was “discovered” while working at a Coney Island Hot Dog stand run by Nathan Handwerker, who would later find fame in […]

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  • Clara Calamai

    1909 - 1998

    Clara Calamai (1909 - 1998)

    Actress. “Black star” of Italian movies. She reached the greatest fame thanks to a scandal, while in ‘La cena delle beffe’ of Blasetti, she showed her breast. The top of her ‘dark lady fame’ came in 1942, when she played in Luchino Visconti’s ‘Ossessione’ from Caine’s the Postman Always Rings Twice, here in neorealist version. […]

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  • Clare Eames

    1896 - 1930

    Clare Eames (1896 - 1930)

    Actress. Fondly remembered as ‘Princess Dominica’ in “The Swan” and as ‘Queen Elizabeth’ in “Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall,” starring Mary Pickford. She was Sidney Coe Howard’s wife, actress Jennifer Howard’smother and actor Tony Goldwyn’s grandmother.

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  • Clarice Blackburn

    1921 - 1995

    Clarice Blackburn (1921 - 1995)

    Actress. She played various roles on the daytime television series “Dark Shadows.”

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  • Claude Jade

    1948 - 2006

    Claude Jade (1948 - 2006)

    Actress. Born Claude Marcelle Jorre in Dijon, France, she appeared mainly in international movies and television since the 1960s. She is best known for her co-starring roles in director Francois Truffaut’s films “Stolen Kisses” (1968), “Bed and Board” (1970), and “Love on the Run” (1979). She also had a memorable role in Alfred Hitchcock’s “Topaz” […]

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  • Claude Rains

    1889 - 1967

    Claude Rains (1889 - 1967)

    Actor. Born William Claude Rains in London, England, the son of British stage actor Frederick Rains, he made his stage debut at the age of eleven, and learned the technical end of the business working first as a page, then working up to stage manager. He came to the USA in 1913 but returned to […]

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  • Claudia Bryar

    1918 - 2011

    Claudia Bryar (1918 - 2011)

    Actress. She shall be remembered for her countless television roles and as Mrs Emma Spool from Richard Franklin’s 1983 “Psycho II”. Born Hortense Rizler, she was the child of a Congressman and Federal Judge and was to break into show business when she moved to Southern California in the early 1950s. After refining her art […]

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  • Cliff Nazarro

    1904 - 1961

    Cliff Nazarro (1904 - 1961)

    Actor. A comedian specializing in “double-talk”, he appeared in supporting roles in B films, sometimes as a western sidekick. Nazarro played the comic strip character Barney Google in “Hillbilly Blitzkreig” (1942), and was the voice of “Egghead” in several Warner Bros. cartoons of the late 1930s. His other credits include “The Singing Buckaroo” (1937), “Thoroughbreds […]

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  • Conrad Bain

    1923 - 2013

    Conrad Bain (1923 - 2013)

    Actor. Bain, a Canadian-born actor who served in the Canadian Army during World War II, will best be remembered for his roles as as Phillip Drummond in the sitcoms ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ and as Dr. Arthur Harmon on ‘Maude’. He started as an actor in the 1956 stage revival of ‘The Iceman Cometh’. His other Broadway […]

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  • Constance Talmadge

    1899 - 1973

    Constance Talmadge (1899 - 1973)

    Actress. Born Constance Alice Talmadge in Brooklyn, New York. The younger sister of norma Talmadge, and older sister of Natalie Talmadge. The sisters were abandoned by their alcoholic father when they were young children. Their mother, Peg, scraped by doing laundry, giving art classes, and selling cosmetics. Peg saw her opportunity one day when norma […]

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  • Corey Rand

    1946 - 2002

    Corey Rand (1946 - 2002)

    Actor. Born Corey David Rand, his career began in 1974, appearing on the TV series “Hawaii Five-O”. His other television credits included “Cannon”, “The Fall Guy”, “Santa Barbara”, “CBS Storybreak”, “Knight Rider” and the TV movie “Sinatra” (1992). For feature films, he had roles in “Straight Time” (1978), “Cloak & Dragger” (1984), “The Coach Trip” […]

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  • Danny Kamekona

    1935 - 1996

    Danny Kamekona (1935 - 1996)

    Actor. Best remembered for his roles as ‘Che Fong’ from 1968 to 1969, and ‘Nick noble’ from 1974 to 1975, on the television series, “Hawaii Five-O.” Kamekona was born in november 1935 of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Irish, and of Hawaiian descent. He appeared in several motion pictures including, “Robot Wars” (1993), “Miss America: Behind The […]

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  • David Landau

    1879 - 1935

    David Landau (1879 - 1935)

    Actor. Born David Magee in Philadelphia, he had a long but unremarkable stage career until 1930, when he played a murderous cuckold in the road show production of Elmer Rice’s “Street Scene”. He powerfully recreated the role in director King Vidor’s 1931 film adaptation. Armed with a menacing look and a cavernous bass speaking voice, […]

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  • David Opatoshu

    1918 - 1996

    David Opatoshu (1918 - 1996)

    American motion picture and television actor of the 1930s through 1980s. Father of screenwriter Danny Opatoshu.

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  • Deborah Raffin

    1953 - 2012

    Deborah Raffin (1953 - 2012)

    Actress, Entrepreneur. The daughter of 1940s model-turned actress Trudy Marshall, her father worked in the meat and restaurant industry. Raised within the shadows of Hollywood, she studied at Los Angeles Valley College and began her acting career following training at the National Theatre in England with a minor role in the TV-film “Of Men and […]

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