Death Place Matching "Greenwich, Connecticut, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actress | Ordinary People
Mary Tyler Moore was born on December 29, 1936, in Flatbush, Brooklyn, to Marjorie (Hackett) and George Tyler Moore, a clerk. Her maternal grandparents were English immigrants, and her father was of English, Irish, and German descent. Moore's family relocated to California when she was eight. Her ...
2. Victor Borge
Actor | Higher and Higher
Pianist, composer, songwriter, entertainer and actor, educated at Borgerdydskolen and the Conservatory of Copenhagen. He studied with Egon Petri and Frederic Lammond. His concert career began in 1922, and he performed in a musical revue in 1934, and in films by 1937. Arriving in the US in 1940, he ...
3. Frank McHugh
Actor | All Through the Night
The parents of Frank McHugh ran their own stock company and he was on the stage as a child. When he was 10 he was part of an act that include his brother Matt McHugh and sister Kitty McHugh. After vaudeville and other stock companies, Frank debuted on Broadway "The Fall Guy" (1925). In 1930 he was ...
4. Bud Collyer
Actor | The New Adventures of Superman
Most of Clayton's family was in show biz, but he initially decided to go into his father's field, law. He worked his way through Fordham University as a radio actor and singer, then took a job as a law clerk. Two years later, realizing that radio was very much more lucrative a career, he changed ...
5. Jack Paar
Actor | Walk Softly, Stranger
Became host of the Tonight Show in 1957 and quickly view very popular with viewers. So popular, in fact, that the show was renamed "The Jack Paar Show" after only one year of hosting. Paar's trademark was his great ability to engage in conversation with guests that went above and beyond the generic...
7. Paul Reed
Actor | Car 54, Where Are You?
Another mop-faced, gruff-looking character who belongs in the "Where have I seen that face?" category, Paul Reed enjoyed a long and varied career on radio, Broadway musicals, TV and commercials. Though smaller in stature, his imposing figure and ability to command made him seem much taller in his ...
8. Paul Rudd
Actor | Knots Landing
Paul Rudd was born on May 15, 1940 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Paul Kenneth Rudd. He was an actor, known for Knots Landing (1979), Once Upon a Classic (1976) and The Last Song (1980). He was married to Martha Bannerman and Joan Mannion. He died on August 12, 2010 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
9. Jane Henson
Actress | Run, Run
Jane Henson was born on June 16, 1934 in Queens, New York City, New York, USA as Jane Anne Nebel. She is known for her work on Run, Run (1965), Sam and Friends (1955) and Wilson's Meats Meeting Film #2 (1965). She was married to Jim Henson. She died on April 2, 2013 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
10. Joseph E. Levine
Producer | The Lion in Winter
Boston-born Joseph E. Levine parlayed an early career as a film exhibitor and distributor of Italian-made muscle-man pictures into a highly successful stint as America's most successful independent producer at the time of his death.
Born on September 9, 1905, Levine first worked in the clothing ...
11. Irene Champlin
Actress | Flash Gordon
Irene Champlin was born on March 16, 1932 in Waurika, Oklahoma, USA as Irene C. Parsons. She was an actress, known for Flash Gordon (1954), Man Against Crime (1949) and Guerrilla Girl (1953). She was married to Paul L. Field. She died on July 10, 1990 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
Actor | A Beautiful Mind
Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld ("Izzy") is perhaps the most famous cardiologist in the world. He has a weekly column on health in Parade Magazine and has published a dozen books. He is also one of the biggest hams in the world, and just loves performing with his patients, who have included Walter Matthau, ...
14. Howard Fast
Writer | Spartacus
Howard Fast was born on November 11, 1914 in New York City, New York, USA as Howard Melvin Fast. He was a writer, known for Spartacus (1960), The Lives of Benjamin Franklin (1974) and Mirage (1965). He was married to Mercedes O'Connor and Bette Cohen. He died on March 12, 2003 in Old Greenwich, ...
15. Gene Tunney
Actor | The Fighting Marine
Gene Tunney's parents were Mary Jean (aka Rose) Lydon and John Tunney. Both of his parents were born in Mayo, Ireland, near Kiltimagh, and moved to New York City. He won the heavyweight boxing championship from Jack Dempsey in 1926 and successfully defended his title against Dempsey in 1927. In ...
16. Kay Campbell
Actress | The Edge of Night
Kay Campbell was born on August 12, 1904 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA as Catherine Frances Campbell. She was an actress, known for The Edge of Night (1956), Guiding Light (1952) and All My Children (1970). She was married to Samuel Entriken Hibben Jr. She died on May 27, 1985 in Greenwich, ...
18. Ralph Camargo
Actor | Tom Corbett, Space Cadet
Ralph Camargo was born on February 27, 1912 in California, USA as Rafael Jaime Camargo. He was an actor and set decorator, known for Tom Corbett, Space Cadet (1950), The Edge of Night (1956) and O Corpo Ardente (1966). He was married to Florence Skeets. He died on January 15, 1992 in Greenwich, ...
19. Ray Henderson
Soundtrack | Public Enemies
Songwriter ("The Best Things in Life Are Free", "Birth of the Blues", "Button Up Your Overcoat"), composer, pianist, publisher and producer, educated at the Chicago Conservatory. He was a pianist in dance bands and an arranger for New York publishing companies in vaudeville. In 1925, he joined B. G...
21. Louis Rukeyser
Actor | Big Business
Louis Rukeyser was born on January 30, 1933 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for Big Business (1988), Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser (1972) and Gordy (1995). He was married to Alexandra Rukeyser. He died on May 2, 2006 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
22. Thomas Chalmers
Producer | The Spellbinder
Thomas Chalmers was born on October 20, 1884 in New York City, New York, USA as Thomas Hardie Chalmers. He was an actor and producer, known for The Spellbinder (1928), The White Faced Fool (1928) and The Actor's Advice to His Son (1928). He was married to Vilma Fiorelli. He died on June 12, 1966 in...
24. Marion Pierce
Actress | His Butler's Sister
Marion Dean Hughes was born in Greenwich, Connecticut. She received a B.A. from UCLA in 1932. As an actress she appeared on Broadway in "New Faces", "Three Waltzes" and "I Must Love Someone." In stock she appeared in "The Women" and "The Man Who Came to Dinner." She also appeared in the national ...
27. Elda Voelkel
Actress | The Vagabond King
Elda Voelkel was born on March 6, 1911 in Brownwood, Texas, USA as Emily Voelkel. She was an actress, known for The Vagabond King (1930), Only the Brave (1930) and The First Year (1932). She was married to Irving Hartley and William Keighley. She died on March 6, 2001 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
29. Glenn Super
Actor | Where the Boys Are
Glenn Super was born on September 1, 1951 in New York, USA as Glen S. Allen. He was an actor, known for Where the Boys Are (1984), Gorp (1980) and Madame's Place (1982). He was married to Patricia. He died on September 22, 2001 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
Music Department | Bundle of Joy
Hugo Winterhalter earned eleven Gold Records, a Grammy and a Cash Box Award during his lengthy career, at least as many if not more than any other conductor-arranger in the music business. Educated at Mount St. Mary's College and the New England Conservatory of Music, he taught in public schools ...
31. Kurt Masur
Soundtrack | Wild at Heart
One of the most respected and admired artists of his generation, Kurt Masur is a regular guest conductor with the foremost orchestras of North America and Europe.
Born in Brieg (Silesia) in 1927, Kurt Masur studied piano, composition and conducting at the Leipzig Conservatory. In 1955, he had his ...
34. Barbara Tuchman
Writer | The Guns of August
Barbara Tuchman was born on January 30, 1912 in New York City, New York, USA as Barbara Wertheim. She was a writer, known for The Guns of August, The Guns of August (1964) and Slow Fires: On the Preservation of the Human Record (1987). She was married to Lester Reginald Tuchman. She died on ...
35. Maury Holland
Director | Kraft Television Theatre
Maury Holland was born on September 11, 1896 in Louisiana, USA. He was a director and producer, known for Kraft Theatre (1947), Ponds Theater (1953) and A Day of a Man of Affairs (1929). He was married to Frances Seaton. He died on November 14, 1974 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
36. Shirley Rich
Casting Director | Serpico
Shirley Rich was born on December 10, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Shirley Belle Rich. She is known for her work on Serpico (1973), Three Days of the Condor (1975) and Saturday Night Fever (1977). She was married to Lewis M. Krohn. She died on December 28, 2009 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
37. Norma Mitchell
Writer | Let's Face It
Norma Mitchell was born on May 8, 1884 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. She was an actress and writer, known for Let's Face It (1943), Susan and God (1940) and The Woman Accused (1933). She was married to Wilbur Daniel Steele and Hayden Talbot. She died on May 29, 1967 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
41. Henrik Van Loon
Writer | The Story of Mankind
Hendrik Willem Van Loon was born on January 14, 1882 in the Netherlands(Father also named Hendrik Willem). He graduated from Harvard University and did his doctoral work in Munich. He is best noted for his lively histories and biographies for children(but much enjoyed by adults too)decorated with ...
42. E. Ray Goetz
Soundtrack | Terms of Endearment
Composer, songwriter ("For Me and My Gal"), author and producer. He wrote the Broadway stage scores for "The Never Homes", "The Hen Pecks", "Hokey-Pokey", "Hanky-Panky", "Roly-Poly", "All Aboard", "The Pleasure Seekers", and "Hitchy-Koo" (he also was a co-producer), between 1917 and 1918, and also ...
44. Jack Trout
Marketing strategist who viewed business as a battlefield on which companies outflank their rivals in part by embedding their messages in consumers' minds through a concept known as positioning. The concept was integral to the work of Trout and his business partner, Al Ries, during their nearly 30 ...
Writer | The Patient in Room 18
American mystery writer, student of Wesleyan University, active from 1923. Wrote 59 books, including numerous novels, as well as short stories. Her work often feature ladies in distress in various exotic locales, such as Lisbon or the Caribbean. The element of detection is often suffused with ...
49. Spyros Skouras
50. Alvin M. Josephy
Writer | The Captive City
Alvin M. Josephy was born on May 18, 1915 in Woodmere, Long Island, New York, USA. He is known for his work on The Captive City (1952), Something for the Birds (1952) and Lux Video Theatre (1950). He was married to Elizabeth Peet. He died on October 16, 2005 in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.