Brian Keith and Richard Farnsworth for example, committed suicide after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. And are excluded from this list.
It’s a moral debate, but in my point of view I think in this chases they commit an act of euthanasia, whithout the help of a doctor, because its not supported by law in most countries.
Perennial starlet Dorothy Abbott was a sexy, vivacious, wide-smiling model, showgirl and actress who could brighten up a room. Unfortunately, her cinematic offerings wound up being pretty minimal and her last years were marred by depression and, ultimately, a tragic end. She was born Dorothy E. Abbott on December 16...
“ Depressed about the end of her marriage to police officer and actor Rudy Diaz, Abbott committed suicide in Los Angeles on December 15, 1968, a day before her 48th birthday. ” - sebasnl
“ The cause of his death remains unknown, although the coroner for the case ruled his death to be a suicide. ” - sebasnl
Stocky character actor Stanley Adams had a relatively minor career in motion pictures, with the possible exception of his baby-faced millionaire Rusty Trawler of Breakfast at Tiffany's
fame. Otherwise, he played innumerable minor ethnic villains, bartenders and avuncular, fast-talking characters, known in the credits only by their first names...
“ He died as the result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound ” - sebasnl
“ While the rumor that Alfie Anido was murdered still persists, with the aura of an urban legend, the fact remains that no evidence has been put forth to rebut the official version of a suicide. ” - sebasnl
Jeremy was born on August 29, 1965 as Paul Boyce. He was named by his sisters after Paul McCartney of the Beatles fame. He changed his name to Jeremy Applegate in 1983.
“ He committed suicide by gunshot. ” - sebasnl
Marion Aye was born Maryon Eloise Aye on April 5, 1903 in Chicago, Illinois. Her father was a lawyer who moved the family to California. When she was fifteen Marion lied about her age to elope with her older boyfriend Sherman Plaskett. Sadly he passed away just a year later. While walking on the beach in a bathing suit Marion was discovered by producer Mack Sennett...
“ Aye was found in a "semi-conscious condition" after swallowing poison in a motel room. ” - sebasnl
“ Was found hanging from the ceiling fan in her apartment, committed suicide due to depression. ” - sebasnl
"Too Much, Too Soon" was the story of Diana's life, and the title of her autobiography. Her father was stage and screen legend John Barrymore; and her mother was Blanche Oelrichs (who wrote under the masculine pseudonym Michael Strange), who had just divorced Mr. Thomas and had 2 children (Leonard and Robin) from that marriage...
“ She died from an overdose of alcohol and sleeping pills. ” - sebasnl
The lovely Barbara Bates, a demure but very troubled young spirit, began her career at age 19. Groomed in obscure starlet bits, it wasn't until Warner Bros. signed her up in 1947 and perpetuated an appealing girl-next-door image that things started happening for her. She was born Barbara Jane Bates...
“ She committed suicide in her mother's garage by carbon monoxide poisoning. ” - sebasnl
“ He died after falling from a building. ” - sebasnl
Brenda Benet, born Brenda Ann Nelson in Los Angeles, California, on August 14, 1945, was a classic example of the modern-day Hollywood tragedy. As a television actress with good dramatic scope, she managed to piece together a wide and impressive portfolio of guest shots in a career spanning just over 16 years before taking her life at the age of 36...
“ She shot herself in front of her ex-lover. ” - sebasnl
John was born in Wichita Falls, Texas on April 5, 1949 to parents Dr. Owen C. Berg and Evelyn van Emden Berg. John graduated from Wichita Falls High School in 1967. John attended the University of Chicago, Tulane University and the school of life. During his life, John had a diverse career path - holding many jobs including restaurant manager...
“ He committed suicide in his home by turning on a hibachi grill in his bedroom and succumbing to its carbon monoxide fumes. ” - sebasnl
Laurie Bird was a cute and charming actress who appeared in only three pictures during her regrettably short-lived career. Bird was born on September 26, 1953 in Long Island, New York. Laurie was working as a model when she was chosen by director Monte Hellman
, from nearly 500 women, to portray "The Girl" in Two-Lane Blacktop
“ He died of injuries after he hanged himself. ” - sebasnl
“ He committed suicide at his home. ” - sebasnl
With classic patrician features and an independent, non-conformist personality, Capucine began her film debut in 1949 at the age of 21 with an appearance in the film Rendezvous in July
. She attended school in France and received a BA degree in foreign languages. Married for six months in her early twenties...
“ She jumped from her eighth-floor apartment. ” - sebasnl
“ He destroyed the inside of his home and had also been banging his head against the walls, he was admitted to a psychiatric ward in a hospital and placed on a 72-hour mental observation.
Early the next morning, Combs fashioned a noose from his hospital sheets and hanged himself in a closet ” - sebasnl
“ He died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. ” - sebasnl
“ He died from a self-inflicted rifle shot to the head. He was 51. His distraught brother, Dennis, never recovered from Lindsay's death and also committed suicide with a shotgun. ” - sebasnl
“ Suicide by barbiturate poisoning. ” - sebasnl
“ She decided to end her life with an overdose of barbiturates, leaving a suicide note "La vie m'est insupportable... Pardonnez-moi", which reads "Life has become unbearable for me... Forgive me." ” - sebasnl
Bella Darvi became a 50s symbol for one of the many movie "Cinderellas" whose bright and beautiful Hollywood fairy tale would come crashing down, ending in bitterness and tragedy. A self-destructive brunette beauty, her life was full of misfortune. Of Polish/French descent, she miraculously survived the tortures of a WWII concentration camp as a youth...
“ She committed suicide, after several failed attempts by gas. ” - sebasnl
Joan Dowling had a passion for acting and as an aspiring young actress she would take roles in plays, pantomimes and other works simply to be on the stage. Her first recognised role was at the tender age of 14 and she signed her first film contract at 17. She had natural talent and did not have any coaching...
“ Gas poisoning. ” - sebasnl
's name as her birth occurred, was Lillian Millicent Entwistle, on Wednesday, July 1st, 1908 in Port Talbot, Wales, United Kingdom. Growing up, she was interested in the stage and when she became older she worked primarily as a stage actress. Peg wanted to have a shot at Hollywood. She was enthralled with the lifestyle and wanted...
“ She stood to the foot of the Hollywoodland sign, climbed a workman's ladder to the top of the "H" and jumped. ” - sebasnl
Andrea Feldman was a performer in several of Andy Warhol's films, most prominently in the film "Heat" as Sylvia Miles's daughter. She was notable for her screechy voice and hysterical performance style, and she often played out-of-control characters unable to cope with their circumstances. She committed...
“ “I’m headed for the big time. I’m on my way up there with James Dean and Marilyn Monroe.”
Holding a Bible in one hand and a crucifix in the other, she jumped from the fourteenth floor of 51 Fifth Avenue. ” - sebasnl
“ Her depression apparently led to her suicide jump. ” - sebasnl
“ Hanging himself in his Los Angeles home. ” - sebasnl
This stunning, fragile starlet was born Henriette Michèle Leone Girardon in Lyon in August 1938. Having completed her acting studies at the local conservatoire she won a competition as "the most photogenic girl in France" by the age of twenty. Photo shoots followed and a minor career as a model with appearances on the cover of prestige magazines "Vogue" and ""Marie-Claire"...
“ She committed suicide via an overdose of sleeping pills. ” - sebasnl
“ She committed suicide by stabbing herself in the chest. ” - sebasnl
“ She was found hanged in her flat in Paris. ” - sebasnl
Michael Gothard was born in London on June 24, 1939. He left school at 17 with little idea of what he wanted to do. He traveled around Europe, washing dishes in restaurants, as a house cleaner and building laborer. He spent a year in Paris, living in the Latin Quarter. He dabbled in modeling, but never felt comfortable doing so...
Dorothy Hale was born Dorothy Donovan in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At the age of sixteen, She was sent to a convent. Then she attended a drama school. She was a good friend of Claire Booth Luce and even starred in a theatre production called "Abide By Me." Dorothy was known for her incredible beauty and charm...
“ Jumped. ” - sebasnl
This slender, striking, red-haired, freckle-faced American leading lady, a Carnegie-Tech student in the 60s, made a stunning, sensitive film debut as the blind, abused, uneducated white girl who falls in love with compassionate Sidney Poitier
in the racially-charged drama A Patch of Blue
. That glorious performance earned Elizabeth a Golden Globe award...
“ She committed suicide by jumping from fifth floor window of her apartment. ” - sebasnl
Libby Holman's life was one of early poverty, extraordinary talent, scandal, fabulous wealth and tragedy. She's the stuff books and movies are ripe for. Born into a once-prosperous Jewish family in Ohio, her family's stock brokerage business collapsed in 1904 when her uncle disappeared after embezzling nearly $1 million...
“ Carbon monoxide poisoning, was found nearly dead in the front seat of her Rolls Royce by her household staff. ” - sebasnl
Souad Muhammad Kamal Hosny Al Baba was born on January 26th, 1942 in Ataba, Cairo, Egypt. She was the 10th sibling of 17 brothers and sisters. Husni was known as the "Cinderella" of Arab cinema and one of the most influential actresses in the Arabic art world. She ascended to stardom in the end of the 1950s...
“ She had fallen from the balcony of her apartment. Courts in England could not decide whether Hosny had committed suicide or had been killed by her care-taker. In 2002, however, British courts decided that the cause of Hosny's death had been a suicide, although substantial evidence suggested she had been murdered. ” - sebasnl
Deep-voiced and statuesque, Phyllis Hyman sang with a life-affirming energy and emotional intensity found in few other female vocalists. Born in Philadelphia in 1949 (and raised in Pittsburgh), her professional career began in New York City where, during an engagement, she was spotted by producer Norman Connors
and contemporaries Jean Carne
and Roberta Flack
“ She committed suicide by overdosing on pentobarbital and secobarbital .
Her suicide note read in part:
"I'm tired. I'm tired. Those of you that I love know who you are. May God bless you." ” - sebasnl
Well-endowed, attractive Joyce Jameson was typecast as 'broads', 'dames' and dizzy blondes - somewhat in the vein of Barbara Nichols
. In real life, she was said to have been the antithesis of her screen personae, a graduate in theatre arts from UCLA, highly intelligent and well-read. Joyce began acting in films from 1951...
“ Overdosing on pills. ” - sebasnl
“ Gunshot in the face. ” - sebasnl
Nafisa Joseph was born March 28, 1978 Bangalore, Karnataka, India to Nirmal Joseph, a Keralite Syrian Christian and Usha Joseph, a Bengali, who was a descendant of Tagore and first cousin of Sharmila Tagore. Nafisa studied at Bishop Cotton Girls' School and St. Joseph's College, both at Bangalore. She was Catholic...
“ She hanged herself in her flat. ” - sebasnl
“ Depression, it was never revealed how he ended his life. ” - sebasnl
“ He was found hanging from a tree in a "densely wooded area...unseen from the path" of Vancouver's Stanley Park. ” - sebasnl
Carole Landis was born on New Year's Day in 1919 in Fairchild, Wisconsin, as Frances Lillian Mary Ridste. Her father, a railroad mechanic, was of Norwegian descent and her mother was Polish. Her father walked out, leaving Carole, her mother and an older brother and sister to fend for themselves. After graduating from high school...
“ She committed suicide at the age of 29 in 1948. After her death, newspapers headlined stories about the actress, some with the title "The Actress Who Could Have Been...But Never Was." ” - sebasnl
“ He hanged himself from the flies of his home stage in the Theatre on the Balustrade. ” - sebasnl
“ She jumped out of a window, dying instantly after falling several floors. ” - sebasnl
“ He committed suicide at the age of 20, by hanging himself on a chain link fence, outside Vena Avenue Elementary School, that he had attended in childhood. ” - sebasnl
Marie McDonald became one of the most popular pin-up girls of the 1940's. She had a promising career but it was overshadowed by her countless personal problems. Marie was born on July 6, 1923, in Burgin, Kentucky. Her real name was Cora Marie Frye. She was the only child of Marie and Everett Frye, an engineer...
“ She was found dead of a drug overdose. ” - sebasnl
“ She committed suicide on September 3, 1954. ” - sebasnl
Maggie McNamara -- with her brown hair in a ponytail -- arrives in Rome in Three Coins in the Fountain
expecting great things to happen. Petite and slender, she looks almost like a schoolgirl in her prim blue suit. She is bright and vivacious and goes for what she wants -- a proposal from "Prince Dino De Cessi" played by Louis Jourdan
“ Overdose of sleeping pills. ” - sebasnl
This ill-fated British actress was born in the Shepherd's Bush area of London, England, on February 27, 1936. After the outbreak of World War II, young Virginia and her family were evacuated to South Africa. She eventually returned to London and entered a convent school where the pretty, grey-eyed brunette developed an interest in acting...
“ Overdose. ” - sebasnl
“ She committed suicide, in 1924. ” - sebasnl
“ She died in a motel room in Multnomah, Oregon, an outlying suburb of Portland. Her body lay undiscovered for several days. ” - sebasnl
“ In 1965, Barbara Ann Thomason (stage name Carolyn Mitchell) began an affair with Milos. The two were found dead in her husband Mickey Rooney's Los Angeles house in 1966. The American official inquiry stated that Milos had shot Thomason with Rooney's chrome-plated .38 caliber revolver and then committed suicide.
The official inquiry provoked rumors and doubts that they were actually both murdered in revenge for having an affair ” - sebasnl
Born in the pre-war Prague, young Miroslava Sternova (or simply Miroslava, as she was known in her film career) was brought to Mexico by her parents in the late 30s, leaving her childhood, her native Czechoslovakia and her beloved grandma. After winning a beauty contest in Mexico City, Miroslava spent some time in Los Angeles studying acting...
“ Overdosing on sleeping pills. ” - sebasnl
Probably the most celebrated of all actresses, Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortenson on June 1, 1926, in Los Angeles General Hospital. Prior to her birth, Marilyn's father bought a motorcycle and headed north to San Francisco, abandoning the family in Los Angeles. Marilyn grew up not knowing for sure who her father really was...
“ Acute barbiturate poisoning, resulting from a "probable suicide”. ” - sebasnl
Eva was born in England in 1953. Few details are known of her early life or of her break into acting. Her biggest success on television was her role in Widows
as Bella O'Reilly. After the show's successful first series a second was commissioned, but Eva left the show after rowing with the producers...
“ She was found dead from a drugs overdose. Her death was declared as suicide ” - sebasnl
“ Overdose of barbiturates in her apartment in New York.
A note found next to her deathbed read,
"This is the only way I know to be free again...Please don't follow me." ” - sebasnl
“ She was found dead in a gas-filled room.
She left two notes in her room which were found by police.
One stated she intended to end her life because she was tired.
The other said I am just about gone and will soon be with my friend Wally. ” - sebasnl
A young dramatic actor of film and TV who has appeared in several dark big-screen dramas, the Irish-born O'Conor (not to be confused with the late American actor Hugh O'Connor) began acting at the age of eight. O'Conor was still a relative unknown pre-teen when he co-starred with Liam Neeson
in the British-made feature Lamb
“ He called his father to tell him he was going to end his life. He told his father he believed he could not beat the drugs and could not face another drug rehabilitation program.
His father called the police, who arrived at Hugh's Pacific Palisades, California home just as he shot himself in the head.
(The photo showing is of an other actor and not the one who committed suicide, its mentioned in the bio > Amercian Actor) ” - sebasnl
“ Around 10 o'clock April 8, 1986, the manager of the Sun Music building found the 18-year old Okada in her gas-filled Tokyo apartment, crouching in a closet and sobbing with a slashed wrist. Two hours later, the singer jumped to her death from the seven-story Sun Music Agency building.
Her untimely death resulted in many copycat suicides in Japan. ” - sebasnl
“ He was found dead by his mother at his home, hanging from a camcorder charger cable after committing suicide. ” - sebasnl
“ She was discovered hanged. She was 22 years old. ” - sebasnl
Pina Pellicer was, and still is, one of the most beloved Mexican actresses of all time. She set a standard for realism in a time when "melodrama" and "artificial" acting still ran rampant. She was best known for her groundbreaking performance in One-Eyed Jacks
with Marlon Brando
. She is greatly missed...
“ She committed suicide on December 4, 1964, aged 30. The presumed cause was depression. ” - sebasnl
Born in London, England to a Welsh mother and an Australian father, Justin Charles Pierce was raised in the Marble Hill section of Manhattan, New York City. He attended P.S. 7 in the Bronx for Elementary School and J.H.S. 141 in the Riverdale section of the Bronx for Junior High School. Pierce's parents divorced when he was 15 years old...
“ He was found hanging in his room at the Bellagio Hotel by hotel security. He was 25. ” - sebasnl
Luisi Pistilli's most notable stage successes were roles in "The Threepenny Opera", "St. Joan of the Stockyards" and a 1972 production, "Lulu". In 1991 he reprised his role in "Lulu" in the first professional collaboration with actress-singer Milva
, his partner in previous plays as well as in a four-year offstage relationship...
“ He committed suicide in his Milan home just before he was to appear in the final performance of Terence Rattigan's Tosca, on April 21, 1996. ” - sebasnl
Dana Michelle Plato was born in Maywood, California, on Saturday 7 November 1964. Her first excursion into the film world occurred when she was eleven in the television film Beyond the Bermuda Triangle
. Dana never really made an impact on the TV screen until she landed the part of Kimberly Drummond in the TV hit sitcom Diff'rent Strokes
“ An overdose of the painkiller(S) Lortab along with Soma.
In 1991, Plato ended up in Las Vegas with no work. She entered a video store, produced a gun, and demanded the money from the register.
The clerk called 911 saying, "I've just been robbed by the girl who played Kimberly on Diff'rent Strokes". ” - sebasnl
“ He took his own life by throwing himself under a train. ” - sebasnl
“ He jumped from a window from a hotel. ” - sebasnl
Young Danish Valdemar tried to make a success in the theatre when he first appeared on Casino Teater in 1901. He never succeeded on the stage - his voice didn't sound right! But notices were otherwise kind to him. Psilander was good-looking, charming and exuding a certain joie-de-vivre. He soon abandoned his plans of becoming an opera singer, preferring the new medium of motion pictures in 1910...
“ He committed suicide on 6 March 1917, aged 32 ” - sebasnl
“ His body was found hung in a shed on a farm property. ” - sebasnl
British actor David Rappaport earned more roles and respect than most guys his size (or any size for that matter) who attempted a professional acting career. Born with the genetic condition dwarfism (he was 3' 11"), he was often typecast in bizarre, sometimes silly and demeaning roles; but, like others before (Michael Dunn
) and after (Peter Dinklage
“ He committed suicide by shooting himself in the chest. ” - sebasnl
Kuljeet Randhawa was born on January 1, 1976 in Ranigangh in West Bengal. Her father served for the Indian police and this gave Kuljeet opportunities to travel across India including Patiala, Punjab where her father was serving at the time of her suicide. She began modeling as a student, and her work included several ads and runway shoes for major designers...
“ She hanged herself at her apartment.
In a suicide note, Kuljeet stated that she was ending her life as she was unable to cope with life's pressures. ” - sebasnl
Marvel Rea was born Marvel Luciel Rea on November 9, 1901, in Ainsworth, Nebraska. Her family moved to California when she was a child. Marvel grew into a beautiful teenager and in 1917 she became a Mack Sennett bathing beauty. The following year she married banker Henry Page Wells. Unfortunately he was a drug addict and she divorced him less than a year later...
“ She committed suicide by ingesting ant paste. ” - sebasnl
Beautiful, swift and tough-tongued British character actress Rachel Roberts gained notice for her roles on the English stage, before she hit it largely in films. Born in Wales and married to actor Rex Harrison
in 1962, Roberts made her film debut in a key role in J. Lee Thompson
's Young and Willing
a drama film about the life of women in prison...
“ Her death was a result of swallowing lye, alkali, or another unidentified caustic substance. ” - sebasnl
“ He was found dead in a field near his Connecticut home, his throat had been cut.
The state medical examiner later ruled the death a suicide. ” - sebasnl
“ His body was found hanged from a tree in a wooded area near a Snellville, Georgia, elementary school parking lot. ” - sebasnl
Johanna Sällström was born on December 30, 1974 in Stockholm, Sweden. In 1997 she won the award Guldbaggen for best female leading role in the movie Beneath the Surface
, which became her big breakthrough. Getting tired off all the interest around herself she moved to Denmark where she worked at a café shop...
“ In 2004 Johanna and Talula narrowly escaped death in the 2004 tsunami while vacationing in Thailand. Johanna held on to a tree with one arm and to her daughter with her other.
Sällström was found dead in her home in Malmö shortly before midnight on 13 February 2007. She had recently been released from a psychiatric unit where she had been receiving treatment for depression. The cause of her death was suicide by an overdose of sleeping pills at the age of 32. ” - sebasnl
George Sanders was born of English parents in St. Petersburg, Russia. He worked in a Birmingham textile mill, in the tobacco business and as a writer in advertising. He entered show business in London as a chorus boy, going from there to cabaret, radio and theatrical understudy. His film debut, in 1936...
“ He had taken five bottles of a drug called Nembutal.
He left behind a suicide note, which read:
Dear World, I am leaving because I am bored. I feel I have lived long enough. I am leaving you with your worries in this sweet cesspool. Good luck. (with his signature under the writing) ” - sebasnl
David fell to his death on April 27th, 1988, at the age of 20. Although he had suffered periods of depression, the official coroner's verdict regarding his death was "accidental". His recurring role as tearaway Mark Fowler on EastEnders
was recast two years later with former child actor Todd Carty
“ He committed suicide by throwing himself from Beachy Head.
*Beachy Head is a chalk headland in Southern England, close to the town of Eastbourne in the county of East Sussex, immediately east of the Seven Sisters. The cliff there is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 m (530 ft) above sea level. ” - sebasnl
“ She committed suicide, aged 17. ” - sebasnl
“ It is suspected that she committed suicide by poisoning herself. ” - sebasnl
As a child she moved to Manhattan, Kansas, where she lived all the way through high school. When her father moved away, she moved in with a friend and stayed. She took dance classes at Kansas State University, then moved to Kansas City, where she taught dance and first got into modeling.
“ barbiturate poisoning ” - sebasnl
Tall, lovely and spirited actress Robin Rochelle Stille was born on November 24, 1961 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her parents were Jere Stille and Sarah Bridge. Stille had two sisters and one brother. She moved with her family to Los Angeles, California. Robin graduated from Garden Grove High School in Garden Grove...
“ A drinking problem supposedly led her to commit suicide in Burbank, California in 1996 at age 34. ” - sebasnl
David Strickland was born in Glen Cove, Long Island, New York, on October 14, 1969. Raised in Princeton, New Jersey, he never thought about an acting career until moving to the LA suburb of Pacific Palisades while in high school. Instead of going to college, he joined a theater company and began performing comedy sketches that he wrote along with a friend...
“ He hanged himself at the Oasis Motel with a bed sheet over the ceiling beam. ” - sebasnl
“ In 1967, after killing a customer over a dispute, Switzer drove himself to a remote area near Glendale, California and committed suicide. ” - sebasnl
“ stab wounds self-inflicted. ” - sebasnl
Born in the Netherlands of Greek/Dutch descent, Lou Tellegen (born Isidor Van Dameler) was a marvelously handsome man whose life was temptestuous. Having something of a wandering pair of feet, he journeyed through Europe during his youth, doing odd jobs like prize fighting, driving a cab in Brussels...
“ He locked himself in the bathroom, then shaved and powdered his face. Then while standing in front of a full-length mirror, he committed suicide by stabbing himself with a pair of sewing scissors seven times (supposedly while surrounded by newspaper clippings of his career), resulting in lurid press coverage. ” - sebasnl
Li Tobler will best be remembered as Swiss painter H.R. Giger's longtime girlfriend. She was a theatre student and actress when Giger met her in 1966. By 1974, Tobler had lost interest in acting and opened an art gallery of her own in Zurich. The following year she took her life with a revolver. She is immortalized in Giger's famous portraits _Li I_ and _Li II_, both from 1974.
“ At her last exhibition, entitled Schuhwerke (German for Shoe Works), the guests were invited to appear wearing bizarre shoe creations. Giger filmed the guests while wearing a pair of "shoes" hollowed out of fresh loaves of bread. Despite Tobler's initial enthusiasm with her new project, after a short period of creative stir, she fell into a lethargic state and committed suicide at the age of 27, on Whit Monday 1975. ” - sebasnl
“ In Detention, he was found by a warden hanging in a shower (the only place without video surveillance). ” - sebasnl
“ Suicide with a female lover after a failed marriage. ” - sebasnl
Born in New York, Helen was schooled at the Brooklyn Heights Seminary before heading to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. In 1927, Helen Jurgens married Clark Twelvetrees and became Helen Twelvetrees. With some stage experience, Helen went to Hollywood with a number of other actors to replace the silent stars that could not or would not make the transition to talkies...
“ She was found unresponsive on the floor of her living room in a modest bungalow located at 315 Oak Hill Drive in what was pronounced a suicide by coroners in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Her official cause of death was listed as an overdose of prescription medication given to her for a chronic kidney ailment. ” - sebasnl
“ U;Nee (Hangul: 유니; May 3, 1981 – January 21, 2007), was a South Korean singer, rapper and actress who was found hanged at her apartment, a presumed suicide. ” - sebasnl
“ She hanged herself. ” - sebasnl
“ He committed suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills. ” - sebasnl
Together with Dolores del Rio
, Ramon Novarro
, Lupe Velez
and José Mojica
as among the few Mexican people who made history in the early years of Hollywood. Vélez career began in Mexico City, where she lived with her mother and sisters. In 1925, while working in a clothes store, Vélez caught the attention of three theatrical managers who were impressed by her beauty and grace...
“ In the mid-1940s, Vélez began a relationship with actor Harald Maresch, and became pregnant with his child. Unable to face the shame of giving birth to an illegitimate child, she decided to take her own life. Her suicide note read:
"To Harald: May God forgive you and forgive me, too; but I prefer to take my life away and our baby's, before I bring him with shame, or killin' [sic] him.
Lupe ” - sebasnl
Hervé Villechaize was born in Paris on April 23, 1943. He stopped growing very early and his father (who was a surgeon) tried to find a cure by visiting several doctors and hospitals. But there was none, so Hervé had to live with his small height and also with undersized lungs. He studied at the Beaux-Arts in Paris and made an exhibition of his own paintings...
“ He shot himself at his home. ” - sebasnl
“ He committed suicide in 2005. ” - sebasnl
Marie Walcamp was born on July 27, 1894 in Dennison, Ohio. Dennison had a small population and was miles from Canton and Youngstown, the two nearest big cities in the state. Because of its size, the town didn't afford the type of opportunity of fame that Marie wanted. She began to dream of stardom early...
“ Overdose of medication. ” - sebasnl
“ She felt from the 16th floor of her apartment building. Her death has been considered a suicide ” - sebasnl