• 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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  • Denise Borino-Quinn

    1964 - 2010

    Denise Borino-Quinn (1964 - 2010)

    Actress. She portrayed overweight mob wife Ginny Sacramone in the hit HBO series “The Sopranos” from 2001 until its conclusion in 2007. A graduate of West Essex High School, she was a legal assistant in New Brunswick, New Jersey, who accompanied a childhood friend to an open casting call for the successful Mafia-themed show; to […]

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  • Diana Bellamy

    1943 - 2001

    Diana Bellamy (1943 - 2001)

    Actress. She was a character actress in theaters, television and on stage. She graduated with a master’s degree in Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University in 1970. Her acting career began in a puppet theater in Los Angeles. She was popular in regional theaters and she also appeared on television and in such movies as […]

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  • Diane Brewster

    1931 - 1991

    Diane Brewster (1931 - 1991)

    Actress. She began her career at a Kansas City TV station doing weather shows before moving to Los Angeles to except a part in a “Maverick” television episode. She is best noted for the role as schoolteacher ‘Miss Canfield’ on “Leave It To Beaver” series and also played Richard Kimball’s murdered wife in “The Fugitive” […]

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  • Dick Kallman

    1934 - 1980

    Dick Kallman (1934 - 1980)

    Actor. Starred in motion pictures and on the stage from the 1950s to the 1970s.

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  • Doe Avedon

    1925 - 2011

    Doe Avedon (1925 - 2011)

    Actress, Model. She parlayed marriage to a photographer into a brief but spectacular career in the pages of fashion magazines as well as into time on stage and screen, and in the process inspired the 1957 “Funny Face”. Born Dorcas Marie Newell to an upper level servant family, she was orphaned at 12 and subsequently […]

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  • Dominique Laffin

    1952 - 1985

    Dominique Laffin (1952 - 1985)

    French Actress. She appeared in the films, “Passage Secret” (1985), “Akropolis now” (1983), “Room Service” (1982), “Vive La Mariee” (1982), “His Master’s Eye” (1982), “nocturnal Uproar” (1979), “Seeking Asylum” (1979), “The Crying Woman” (1978), “The Little Wheedlers” (1978), “A Night All Cats Are Crazy” (1977), and “The Sweet Sickness” (1977). 

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  • Don Alvarado

    1904 - 1967

    Don Alvarado (1904 - 1967)

    Actor. He got his first break as an extra in “Mademoiselle Midnight” in 1924, after which his film roles grew in importance until he became established as a second-string “Latin lover” type in many late silents and early talkies such as “Loves of Carmen”, “Drums of Love”, “Battle of The Sexes” and “Breakfast at Sunrise”. […]

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  • Don Ameche

    1908 - 1993

    Don Ameche (1908 - 1993)

    Actor, Singer. He was born Dominic Felix Amici in Kenosha, Wisconsin, to a father who was a saloon keeper. At eleven he was attending St. Birchman’s Boys Academy in Marion, Iowa, where the acting bug bit. While enrolled at Loras College in Dubuque he was deemed a promising actor. A stay in Chicago resulted in […]

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  • Don Galloway

    1937 - 2009

    Don Galloway (1937 - 2009)

    Actor. He is best known for his role as Detective Sergeant Ed Brown on the television series “Ironside” (1967 to 1975). Born in Brooksville, Kentucky, he began his career during the early 1960s in the soap opera “The Secret Storm” and became a regular presence on the small screen into the 1990s. Among his other […]

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  • Don Galloway

    1937 - 2009

    Don Galloway (1937 - 2009)

    Actor. He is best known for his role as Detective Sergeant Ed Brown on the television series “Ironside” (1967 to 1975). Born in Brooksville, Kentucky, he began his career during the early 1960s in the soap opera “The Secret Storm” and became a regular presence on the small screen into the 1990s. Among his other […]

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  • Donald MacBride

    1889 - 1957

    Donald MacBride (1889 - 1957)

    Actor. Best known for his character work in scores of 1930’s and 1940’s comedies and detective whodunits. He typically played hotel managers or police detectives of the slow burn variety. Born in Brookly, n MacBride started his career on the Vaudeville and Broadway stages as a teenage singer in shows like “George White`s Scandals”. Appearing […]

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  • Doris Belack

    1926 - 2011

    Doris Belack (1926 - 2011)

    Actress. She is best known for her roles as ‘Anna Wolek’ on the television soap opera “One Life to Live” and Judge Margaret Barry on television crime and court drama “Law and Order”. She also appeared in the 1982 motion picture comedy “Tootsie” and a number of television situational comedies, such as “Barney Miller” and […]

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  • Doris Packer

    1904 - 1979

    Doris Packer (1904 - 1979)

    Noted stage, motion picture, and television actress. Among her film credits are: “Meet Me at the Fair” (1953) as Mrs Swaile; “Annette” (1958) as Helen Abernathy; “Bon Voyage” (1962) uncredited as Mrs Henderson; “Paradise, Hawaiian Style” (1966) uncredited as Mrs Barrington; “The Perils of Pauline” (1967) as Mrs Carruthers, and her last film “Shampoo” (1975) […]

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  • Dorothea Neff

    1903 - 1986

    Dorothea Neff (1903 - 1986)

    Actress. Born in Munich Germany, her early performances were on the German stage as a young heroine and lover, later became a character actress. Performed with the Deutschen Volkstheater (German National Theater) in Vienna (made honorary member in 1978), and from 1973 to 1976 performed at the Burgtheater (among other roles, as Elizabeth in “Maria […]

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  • Dorothy Mackaill

    1903 - 1990

    Dorothy Mackaill (1903 - 1990)

    Dorothy was 11 when her parents separated and although she lived with her father, she had always wanted a career in the theater. As a rebellious teenager, Dorothy ran away to London where she finally persuaded her father to pay for her board and lessons. Her first job was in the chorus and then she […]

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  • Dorothy Page

    1904 - 1961

    Dorothy Page (1904 - 1961)

    Actress. Performing under her stage name of Dorothy Page, she was Hollywood’s first “Singing Cowgirl”. She was given a starring roles in Grand National Studios films such as “Ride’em Cowgirl”, “The Singing Cowgirl” and “Water Rustlers”. She died of cancer

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  • Dorothy Dandridge

    1922 - 1965

    Dorothy Dandridge (1922 - 1965)

    Actress, Singer. One of the most accomplished actresses of her time, she set a high on screen standard for the African-American female film stars who followed and continue to follow her. She rose to the top of her profession with her first starring role and became the first African-American woman to receive an Academy Award […]

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  • Dorris Bowdon

    1914 - 2005

    Dorris Bowdon (1914 - 2005)

    Actress. She was the widow of Oscar-nominated screenwriter Nunnally Johnson. She was also the grandmother of actor Jack Johnson who played Will Robinson in the feature film version of “Lost in Space.” She is best remembered for her performance as Rose-of-Sharon in John Ford’s classic film “The Grapes of Wrath.” Also she worked with director […]

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  • Eddie Jackson

    1896 - 1980

    Eddie Jackson (1896 - 1980)

    Actor. Stage and motion picture figure of the 1930s and 1940s. Appeared with Margaret O’Brien and Jimmy Durante in the 1944 comedy “Music for Millions.”

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  • Eddie Kane

    1889 - 1969

    Eddie Kane (1889 - 1969)

    Prolific American stage, motion picture, and television actor of the 1920s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. He appeared in the 1946 holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life,” among many other top films.

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  • Eddie Quillan

    1907 - 1990

    Eddie Quillan (1907 - 1990)

    Charactor Actor. Eddie started in show business at the age of 7 as he was a part of his parents vaudeville act. He appeared in “Should Husbands Marry” (1924). In 1926, producer Mack Sennett signed him to a series of two-reel comedies beginning with “A Love Sundae”. Other films include “Kitty from Killarney” (1926), “Mutiny […]

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  • Eddy Waller

    1889 - 1977

    Eddy Waller (1889 - 1977)

    Actor. Born Edward C. Walker, he worked in vaudeville and the theater before he entered movies appearing in “Meet the Missus” (1929). A wide ranging performer, he was a mainstay in the westerns of Republic Pictures and worked with just about every cowboy actor of the 1940s. His many credits include “Jesse James” (1939), “The […]

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