San Fernando Mission Cemetery

by Syl | created - 09 Aug 2012 | updated - 19 Sep 2016 | Public

The Men and Women who are interred at San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills, Los Angeles, California.

1. Edward Arnold

Actor | Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Edward Arnold was born as Gunther Edward Arnold Schneider in 1890, on the Lower East Side of New York City, the son of German immigrants, Elizabeth (Ohse) and Carl Schneider. Arnold began his acting career on the New York stage and became a film actor in 1916. A burly man with a commanding style ...

Plot: Section D, Lot 132, Grave 9

2. Laurie Anders

Actress | The Marshal's Daughter

Singer, dancer, trick roper, ventriloquist, martial-arts (jujitsu) expert and deadpan-comedienne Laurie Anders was born and raised on a ranch in Casper, Wyoming. She worked as a stenographer and secretary to the president of a steamfitters and plumbers union there, then started singing with a ...

Plot: Section C, Tier 338, Grave 10

3. Philip Abbott

Actor | Sweet Bird of Youth

Phillip Abbott was born March 21, 1924 in Lincoln Nebraska, USA as Phillip Abbott Alexander. He was an actor and director known for The F.B.I. (1965), General Hospital (1963)and Sweet Bird of Youth (1962). He was married only once to Jane Dufrayne. They had two sons and a daughter. He died on ...

4. Charles Beaumont

Writer | Night of the Eagle

Charles Beaumont was the pseudonym for Charles Leroy Nutt, born on Chicago's North Side on January 2 1929. He also occasionally wrote under the names Charles McNutt and E.T. Beaumont (the latter apparently based on the name of a Texas town). Tragically short-lived, Beaumont was a dynamic and ...

Plot: Section D, Lot 236, Grave 10

5. Scotty Beckett

Actor | A Date with Judy

Scotty Beckett was one of the cutest, most successful child actors of the 1930s and 1940s. His descent into a life of alcoholism, drugs, and crime remains one of the most tragic of Hollywood stories.

Born Scott Hastings Beckett on October 4, 1929 in Oakland, California, he and his family moved to ...

6. Ed Begley

Actor | 12 Angry Men

Charismatic character star Edward James Begley was born in Hartford, Connecticut of Irish parents and educated at St.Patrick's school. His interest in acting first surfaced at the age of nine, when he performed amateur theatricals at the Hartford Globe Theatre. Determined to make his own way, he ...

Plot: Section C, Block 8, Lot 401

7. William Bendix

Actor | The Blue Dahlia

William Bendix was not a son of Brooklyn, New York, although because of his stereotypical "Brooklyn accent" it has been widely supposed that he was. Bendix was actually born in the Borough of Manhattan (New York City proper), in a midtown flat hard by the tracks of the long-since defunct ...

8. Larry J. Blake

Actor | Sunset Blvd.

Larry Blake was born in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn, New York on April 24, 1914. At the age of 18, his talent at impersonations and dialects grew into an vaudeville act. Blake eventually became a headliner, playing the Orpheum circuit, as well as the Roxy Theatre and the Rainbow Room in ...

Plot: Section C, Tier 152, Grave 8

9. Walter Brennan

Actor | To Have and Have Not

In many ways the most successful and familiar character actor of American sound films and the only actor to date to win three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor, Walter Brennan attended college in Cambridge, Massachusetts, studying engineering. While in school he became interested in acting and ...

Plot: Section D, Lot 445, Grave 8

10. Evelyn Brent

Actress | The Silver Horde

Petite, sultry leading lady of the 1920's and 30's, who was born and schooled in Tampa, Florida, until the age of ten when she lost her mother. She moved to New York with her dad and started modelling while still in her teens. Her original intention was to go into the teaching profession. Instead, ...

Plot: Lot B-698, Grave 12 GPS coordinates: 34.2761688, -118.4659195 (hddd.dddd)

11. Candy Candido

Actor | Peter Pan

Candy Candido was born on December 25, 1913 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA as Jonathan Joseph Candido. He was an actor, known for Peter Pan (1953), The Great Mouse Detective (1986) and Plunderers of Painted Flats (1959). He was married to Anita Bivona. He died on May 19, 1999 in Los Angeles, ...

12. Jerry Colonna

Actor | Alice in Wonderland

Comedian, composer, songwriter ("At Dusk", "I Came to Say Goodbye"), author and trombonist, educated in high school, then a trombonist with the Columbia Symphony (1931-1936). He was a member of the Bob Hope radio program, and appears in many films. Joining ASCAP in 1956, his other songs include "...

Plot: Section B, Lot 848, Grave 7 GPS coordinates: 34.2760506, -118.4651337 (hddd.dddd)

13. Betty Compson

Actress | Mr. & Mrs. Smith

A mining engineer's daughter, blond, blue-eyed Betty Compson began in show business playing violin in a Salt Lake City vaudeville establishment for $15 a week. Following that, she went on tour, accompanied by her mother, with an act called 'the Vagabond Violinist'. Aged eighteen, she appeared on ...

Plot: Section B, Lot 853, Grave 4 GPS coordinates: 34.2762604, -118.4651031 (hddd.dddd)

14. Chuck Connors

Actor | Soylent Green

Chuck Connors was born Kevin Joseph Connors in Brooklyn, New York, to Marcella (Londrigan) and Alban Francis "Allan" Connors. His parents were immigrants from the Dominion of Newfoundland (now part of Canada), and were of Irish descent. Chuck and his two-years-younger sister, Gloria, grew up in a ...

Plot: Section J, T-20, grave 123 GPS coordinates: 34.2773094, -118.4659882 (hddd.dddd)

15. Carmine Coppola

Composer | Apocalypse Now

Composer, conductor, arranger and flautist, educated at the Manhattan School of Music (BA, MA) and Juilliard (on scholarship) (MM). He was first flautist for Radio City Music Hall from 1934 to 1936, the Detroit Symphony from 1936 to 1941, the NBC Toscanini Orchestra from 1942 to 1948 and staff ...

Plot: Mausolem, BL 28 Crypt E4 [unmarked]

16. Italia Coppola

Actress | One from the Heart

Italia Coppola was born on December 12, 1912 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA as Italia Pennino. She was an actress, known for One from the Heart (1981). She was married to Carmine Coppola. She died on January 20, 2004 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

17. Henry Corden

Actor | The Ten Commandments

Although versatile character actor and voice extraordinary Henry Corden will forever be associated with, and fondly remembered for, providing the bellicose, gravel-toned rasp of cartoon immortal Fred Flintstone, he enjoyed a long and varied career prior to this distinction, which took up most of ...

Plot: Mausolium, B-125, Row 3

18. Joseph Crehan

Actor | Black Magic

Joseph Crehan was born on July 15, 1883 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA as Joseph A. Creaghan. He was an actor, known for Black Magic (1944), The Case of the Stuttering Bishop (1937) and Kid Galahad (1937). He was married to Dorothy Lord. He died on April 15, 1966 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California,...

19. Lee De Forest

Producer | Phonofilm

Lee De Forest was born on August 26, 1873 in Council Bluffs, Iowa, USA. He was a producer and director, known for Phonofilm (1923), A Musical Monologue (1923) and Syncopation and Song (1927). He was married to Marie Mosquini, Nora Stanton Blatch, Lucille Sheardown and Mary Mayo (concert singer). He...

Plot: Section C, Lot 416, Grave 2 GPS coordinates: 34.2752686, -118.4664230 (hddd.dddd)

20. Roy Del Ruth

Director | It Happened on Fifth Avenue

Roy Del Ruth was born on Oct. 18, 1895, in Philadelphia, PA. He began his Hollywood career as a writer for Mack Sennett in 1915. He began directing in 1919 for Sennett with the two-reeler Hungry Lions and Tender Hearts (1920). In the early 1920s he moved over to features with such efforts as Asleep...

Plot: Section D, Lot 259, Grave 3

21. Carmen Dragon

Music_department | Cover Girl

Composer, conductor and arranger, educated at San Jose College (MA degree). He made many records as conductor of the Hollywood Bowl (which he conducted for ten years) and Capitol Symphony orchestras, and he composed, conducted and arranged for a number of American radio and television programs (...

Plot: Section A, Tier 6, Grave 6

22. Tom Dugan

Actor | Good News

Prolific Irish character actor Thomas J. Dugan was born in Dublin on New Year's Day 1889. At a young age, his family moved to Philadelphia, where Dugan attended high school. He had a good tenor voice so, after leaving school, he decided to pursue a career in show business. Before appearing on stage...

23. Allan Dwan

Director | Bound in Morocco

Allan Dwan was born on April 3, 1885 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Joseph Aloysius Dwan. He was a director and writer, known for Bound in Morocco (1918), A Broken Doll (1921) and Panthea (1917). He was married to Marie Shelton and Pauline Bush. He died on December 28, 1981 in Woodland Hills, Los ...

Plot: Section F, Tier 17, Grave 62

24. Frank Faylen

Actor | It's a Wonderful Life

American character actor who specialized in average-guy parts and who could be equally effective in sympathetic or unlikeable roles. His parents, the vaudeville team of Ruf and Cusik, took him onstage with them when he was a baby, and Faylen grew up in the theatre. He attended St. Joseph's ...

Plot: Section C, Lot 25, Grave 2-unmarked

25. Ted Fio Rito

Soundtrack | The Remains of the Day

Composer, songwriter ("Charley My Boy", "I Never Knew"), conductor and pianist, educated at Barringer High School. He was a pianist for a New York music publishing company, and then organized a dance orchestra in St. Louis, and then in Chicago. He made many recordings and also owned a membership ...

26. Dick Foran

Actor | Fort Apache

Dick Foran was the matinée idol of the B movies. He started as a band singer and then sang on the radio. He was hired by Warner Brothers as a supporting actor who could croon a tune when called upon. His good looks and good natured personality made him a natural choice for the supporting cast. His ...

27. Harry Fox

Actor | A Song for Our Lady

Harry Fox is an actor, known for A Song for Our Lady (2004).

28. William Frawley

Actor | I Love Lucy

William Frawley was born in Burlington, Iowa. As a boy he sang at St. Paul's Catholic Church and played at the Burlington Opera House. His first job was as a stenographer for the Union Pacific Railroad. He did vaudeville with his brother Paul, then joined pianist Franz Rath in an act they took to ...

Plot: Section 4, Lot 66, Grave C GPS coordinates: 34.2748184, -118.4665222 (hddd.dddd)

29. Eddie Garr

Actor | Ladies of the Chorus

Eddie Garr was born on April 15, 1900 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Edward Leo Gonnoud. He was an actor, known for Ladies of the Chorus (1948), That's My Story! (1937) and Obey the Law (1933). He was married to Phyllis Garr. He died on September 3, 1956 in Burbank, California, USA.

30. Anita Garvin

Actress | Blotto

Dark-haired beauty, best known for her portrayals of a shrewish wife in Laurel (Stan Laurel) & Hardy (Oliver Hardy) films. Retired in the early 1940's.

Plot: Section E, urn garden, row 67, #8

31. Bert Glennon

Cinematographer | Stagecoach

While attending Stanford University in 1912, Bert Glennon was hired as an assistant cameraman, and, upon graduation, went into the film business full-time. Becoming a director of photography in 1916, Glennon became one of the industry's most respected craftsmen and worked often for such ...

Plot: Section B, Tier 26, grave 36

32. George Gobel

Actor | Ellie

Squat, easygoing, brushcut-blonde George Gobel first won Midwest attention singing as "Little Georgie Gobel" on radio. He also toured with country music bands while billed as "The Littlest Cowboy." His career was interrupted by WWII, in which he served as a pilot instructor. He also began doing ...

Plot: Section D, Tier 191, Grave 3

33. Angela Greene

Actress | Night of the Blood Beast

Angela Greene was born on February 24, 1921 in Dublin, Ireland as Angela Katherine Greene. She was an actress, known for Night of the Blood Beast (1958), King of the Bandits (1947) and Dick Tracy (1950). She was married to Stuart Warren Martin. She died on February 9, 1978 in Los Angeles, ...

Plot: Section F, Tier 38, Grave 5

34. Ray Heindorf

Music_department | The Music Man

Raymond John Heindorf was born August 25, 1908. in Haverstraw, New York. He grew up in Mechanicville, New York, where he moved to when he was about 10 years old. In 1926 he graduated from Mechanicville High School. He was interested in cars and machinery; he loved to play pool with his father, the ...

Plot: Section BB, Lot 237, Grave 21

35. Carol Hughes

Actress | Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe

Carol Hughes was born on January 17, 1910 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Catherine Mabel Hukill. She was an actress, known for Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (1940), Gold Mine in the Sky (1938) and The Border Legion (1940). She was married to Frank Faylen. She died on August 8, 1995 in Burbank, ...

Plot: Section C, Lot 25, Grave 3

36. Alice Joyce

Actress | The Third Degree

Having worked as a telephone operator at age 13 and a fashion model afterwards, Alice Joyce joined the Kalem film company at 20, making her debut in The Deacon's Daughter (1910), and achieved popularity as a charming, proper leading lady in many shorts. After Vitagraph bought out Kalem, Joyce began ...

37. Dorothea Kent

Actress | The Last Express

Dorothea Kent was born on June 6, 1916 in St. Joseph, Missouri, USA. She was an actress, known for The Last Express (1938), Having Wonderful Time (1938) and It Happened on Fifth Avenue (1947). She died on December 10, 1990 in Burbank, California, USA.

38. Peggy Knudsen

Actress | The Big Sleep

A knockout curvaceous screen siren with a smart, confident air, Peggy Knudsen had the blonde pulchritude and the presence to make it in Hollywood. Somehow, stardom eluded her. The daughter of a Duluth fire chief, she had studied violin as a child and later showed some promise acting in school plays...

39. Rosemary La Planche

Actress | Strangler of the Swamp

Back in the days, winning the title of "Miss America" sometimes provided a springboard to Hollywood and a film career as a leading lady. This was certainly true in the case of California-born Rosemary La Planche.

Born on October 11, 1923, in the Southern California city of Glendale, Rosemary and her...

Plot: St. Jude, Lot 13, Crypt A-7

40. Charles Lamont

Director | Slave Girl

One of the more prolific American directors, Charles Lamont entered films as an actor in 1919 and became a director in 1922. He churned out numerous one- and two-reel comedies for various producers, including Mack Sennett and Al Christie, and began directing features in the mid-'30s. Lamont was a ...

41. Winnie Lightner

Actress | Manhattan Parade

Winnie Lightner was known as Broadway's "Song a Minute Girl" because she could belt out a song in less than 60 seconds. Her brassy, outgoing style lent itself to Warner's Vitaphone shorts when sound came in, and soon Winnie Lightner was a top Warner star. The missing "Gold Diggers of Broadway" was ...

Plot: Section D, Lot 259, Grave 3

42. Richard Loo

Actor | The Man with the Golden Gun

One of the most familiar Asian character actors in American films of the 1930s and 1940s, Richard Loo was most often stereotyped as the Japanese enemy flier, spy or interrogator during the Second World War. Chinese by ancestry and Hawaiian by birth, Loo spent his youth in Hawaii, then moved to ...

Plot: Section F, T-8, grave 28

43. Edmund Lowe

Actor | Chandu the Magician

Tall, athletic leading man, the son of a judge. Lowe was initially slated for the priesthood but switched career paths on several occasions, at one time studying law, then teaching English and elocution. The latter led to his involvement in the acting profession. After briefly appearing in ...

44. Ken Lynch

Actor | North by Northwest

If there was ever an actor born to play a tough Irish cop, it was Ken Lynch, and he played so many of them in his long career that he could probably do it in his sleep. His suspicious manner, aggressive attitude, steely eyes and snarling voice broke down many a quavering suspect. He also played ...

45. Michael Maltese

Soundtrack | Son of the Mask

During the heyday of cartoon slapstick in Hollywood, one basic tenet held precedence: namely, that an inseparable connection existed between perennial antagonists like Tom and Jerry, Sylvester and Tweetie, Wile E. Coyoye and the Road Runner, Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam (or Elmer Fudd). In other ...

Plot: Section F, Tier 49, Grave 51

46. June Marlowe

Actress | Pardon Us

June Marlowe was born on November 6, 1903 in St. Cloud, Minnesota, USA as Gisela Valaria Goetten. She was an actress, known for Pardon Us (1931), Below the Line (1925) and Love Business (1931). She was married to Rodney Sprigg. She died on March 10, 1984 in Burbank, California, USA.

(Original Burial Site) Plot: Section B, Block 5, Lot 845 GPS coordinates: 34.2758904, -118.4650192 (hddd.dddd)

47. Bob May

Actor | The Nature of the Beast

Bob May is an actor, known for The Nature of the Beast (1995).

48. Kathryn Minner

Actress | The Wild Wild West

Kathryn Minner was born on January 3, 1892 in New York, USA. She was an actress, known for The Wild Wild West (1965), Get Smart (1965) and I Spy (1965). She died on May 26, 1969 in Van Nuys, California, USA.

Plot: Section C, Lot 273, Grave 3

49. Lee Moran

Actor | The Racket

Lee Moran was born on June 23, 1888 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Leon George Brown. He was an actor and writer, known for The Racket (1928), Almost Welcome (1918) and The Little Irish Girl (1926). He was married to Esther (Brown) Schinzel. He died on April 24, 1961 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, ...

Plot: Section B, Lot 1048, Grave 7 GPS coordinates: 34.2764816, -118.4642715 (hddd.dddd)

50. Clarence Nash

Actor | The Three Caballeros

He began imitating birds and various barnyard animals as a child growing up in Watonga, Oklahoma. In his teens his family moved to Southern California where he got a promotional job with a dairy company and in between jobs performed animal imitations at various Los Angeles schools. In 1934 hearing ...

Plot: Section 25, Lot 47, Grave F GPS coordinates: 34.2762794, -118.4635696 (hddd.dddd)

51. Fred Niblo Jr.

Writer | The Criminal Code

Cousin of Actress Jennifer Ross.

Plot: Section D, Lot 73, Grave 11

52. Thomas Noonan

Actor | Arrow

Thomas Noonan is an actor, known for Arrow (2012), In the Bag (2015) and Pint (2013).

Plot: Section B, Lot 1048, Grave 7

53. Eva Novak

Actress | Lure of the Yukon

As a fetching, shapely silent screen co-star, Eva Novak would be best known for her early work as cowboy Tom Mix's love interest in ten of his popular westerns. Although she sparked a number of florid dramas and light comedies with other top actors of the day, in retrospect it was with Mix with ...

54. Jane Novak

Actress | Colleen of the Pines

A soulful, fragile-looking blonde beauty, silent screen star Jane Novak was born in St. Louis, Missouri on January 12, 1896, and supposedly began her film career at age 17 when a director took to a photo of the young girl on the makeup table of her own aunt, the film star Anne Schaefer. From 1913 ...

55. Jay Novello

Actor | The Lost World

Short, dapper Jay Novello specialized in playing ethnic types, sometimes Spanish, Greek or Mexican but usually Italian--not surprising, since his parents were Italian immigrants and he grew up speaking the language before he learned English. Born in Chicago in 1904, he came from a very diverse ...

56. Pat O'Malley

Actor | Invasion of the Body Snatchers

Often confused with the British-born comic actor J. Pat O'Malley, who is the better remembered, silent dramatic film star Pat O'Malley had an enduring career that stands on its own. He was of solid Irish-American stock, born in Forest City, Pennsylvania, in 1890. A one-time railroad switchman, he ...

57. Henry O'Neill

Actor | The Story of Louis Pasteur

Suave, well-mannered, silvery-haired character actor Henry O'Neill played top supports in hundreds of films, often as a benign, wise, sensible father, judge, doctor, executive or lawyer. Most of his uppercrust career was split between two studios: Warner Bros in the 1930s and MGM in the 1940s. ...

Plot: Section C, Lot 124, Grave 7

58. Leslie K. O'Pace

Actor | Man of Conflict

Leslie K. O'Pace was born on October 20, 1909 in Bozeman, Montana, USA as Leslie Kenneth O'Pace. He was an actor, known for Man of Conflict (1953), I Led 3 Lives (1953) and Dick Tracy (1950). He died on October 30, 1985 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

59. Ernie F. Orsatti

Stunts | Fallen

Born in Beverly Hills, California. Started in the movie business over 40 years ago at the age of sixteen. Mother was a famous opera singer. His father, Ernie Orsatti, was a famous baseball player who played for The St. Louis Cardinals, known as "the gas house gang." The "Orsatti" name has been ...

60. William 'Bill' Phillips

Actor | Detective Story

William 'Bill' Phillips was born on June 1, 1908 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for Detective Story (1951), The Law vs. Billy the Kid (1954) and The Hidden Eye (1945). He was married to Eve Phillips. He died on June 27, 1957 in Los Angeles, California, ...

61. Paul Picerni

Actor | Airport

As a child Paul Picerni had aspirations to become an attorney until he acted in an eighth-grade play and later learned that the school principal liked his performance and called him "a born actor". He next appeared in little theater productions, then (after World War II Air Force service) on the ...

62. Eddie Quillan

Actor | Mutiny on the Bounty

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 31, 1907, Eddie Quillan was seven years old and already performing in vaudeville with his sister and three brothers in an act called "The Rising Generation." His parents, Joseph Quillan and Sarah Quillan, were well-known performers with Joseph himself ...

63. Jobyna Ralston

Actress | Lightning

Curly-locked, cherubic knockabout comedienne of the silent cinema. Her mother, portrait photographer Mrs. Kemp Raulston, named her after her favorite actress, Jobyna Howland. She harbored ambitions for her daughter to achieve similar fame and trained her to that end. After a failed teenage marriage...

Plot: Section B, Row 70, Grave 27

64. Judith Rawlins

Actress | 77 Sunset Strip

Judith Rawlins was born on June 24, 1936 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA as Judith Ellen Riedel. She was an actress, known for 77 Sunset Strip (1958), 20,000 Eyes (1961) and The Real McCoys (1957). She was married to Vic Damone and David Rawlins. She died on March 28, 1974 in Los Angeles, California, ...

Plot: Section D, Lot 386, Grave 5

65. Ted Fio Rito

Soundtrack | The Remains of the Day

Composer, songwriter ("Charley My Boy", "I Never Knew"), conductor and pianist, educated at Barringer High School. He was a pianist for a New York music publishing company, and then organized a dance orchestra in St. Louis, and then in Chicago. He made many recordings and also owned a membership ...

66. Estelita Rodriguez

Actress | Rio Bravo

Estelita Rodriguez was born on July 2, 1928 in Guanajay, Cuba. She was an actress, known for Rio Bravo (1959), Cuban Fireball (1951) and Sunset in the West (1950). She was married to Dr. Ricardo A. Pego, Ismael Alfonso Halfss, aka Henry Half, Grant Withers and Chu Chu Martinez. She died on March 12...

Plot: Mausoleum, Block 35K, Crypt C-1

67. Teddy Sampson

Actress | The Hired Girl

Teddy Sampson was born on August 8, 1898 in New York City, New York, USA as Nora Sampson. She was an actress, known for The Hired Girl (1915), The Bad Man (1923) and Hickory Hiram (1918). She was married to Ford Sterling. She died on November 24, 1970 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.

68. Olga San Juan

Actress | Are You with It?

She possessed the same tiny frame and fervid temperament as Brazilian Carmen Miranda and, for most her career, Puerto Rican singer/dancer Olga San Juan, like Miranda, was a welcome distraction by American audiences. A flavorful, scene-stealing personality who delightfully mangled the English ...

Plot: Section J, Tier 14, Grave 16

69. Trinidad Silva

Actor | The Jerk

Trinidad Silva was born on January 30, 1950 in Mission, Texas, USA as Trinidad Silva Jr. He was an actor, known for The Jerk (1979), Colors (1988) and UHF (1989). He was married to Sofia Alvarez. He died on July 31, 1988 in Whittier, California, USA.

Plot: Section BB, Lot 16, Grave 196 (NM)

70. Penny Singleton

Actress | After the Thin Man

Her father was Irish Philadelphian newspaperman, Benny McNulty. He was related to Jim Farley Roosevelt's campaign managers and later Postmaster General. As a child, she sang songs at a silent movie theater. After the sixth grade she joined a touring vaudeville act called "The Kiddie Kabaret." ...

Plot: Section C, Lot 349, space 5

71. Gloria Talbott

Actress | All That Heaven Allows

Gloria Talbott was born in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale, a city co-founded by her grandfather. Growing up in the shadows of the Hollywood studios, her interests inevitably turned to acting, with the result that she participated in school plays and landed small parts in films such as "Maytime"...

Plot: Mausoleum, Block 112, Wall crypt B7

72. Felipe Turich

Actor | Fuzz

Felipe Turich was born on December 5, 1898 in Hidalgo, Mexico. He was an actor, known for Fuzz (1972), Son of Billy the Kid (1949) and The Lawless (1950). He was married to Rosa Sinohui. He died on March 9, 1992 in Los Angeles County, California, USA.

73. Rosa Turich

Actress | Rangers of Fortune

Rosa Turich was born on June 9, 1903 in Tucson, Arizona, USA as Rosa Sinohui. She was an actress, known for Rangers of Fortune (1940), Tripoli (1950) and Clipped Wings (1937). She was married to Felipe Turich. She died on November 20, 1998 in Santa Ana, California, USA.

Plot: Mausoleum, Block 102, Crypt C-1

74. Ritchie Valens

Soundtrack | Grease

Ritchie Valens was born on May 13, 1941 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Richard Steven Valenzuela. He died on February 3, 1959 in Clear Lake, Iowa, USA.

Plot: Section C, Lot 248, Grave 2

75. James Westerfield

Actor | On the Waterfront

James Westerfield was born on March 22, 1913 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA as James A. Westerfield. He was an actor, known for On the Waterfront (1954), True Grit (1969) and The Absent Minded Professor (1961). He was married to Alice Gertrude Fay (Fay Tracey) and Rosemary Deveson. He died on ...

Plot: Section B, Block 1113, Grave 9

76. Michael Whalen

Actor | The Dawn Express

A dark, debonair, mustachioed, slick-looking leading man who cut a fine figure in 1930s Fox movies, Michael Whalen's good looks were interestingly offset by a slightly prominent Romanesque nose. Born Joseph Shovlin on June 30, 1902, in Wilkes-Barre, Penssylvania, he took piano lessons as a child ...

77. Frank Wilcox

Actor | The Ten Commandments

American character actor in scores of films after substantial stage experience. He was born in DeSoto, Missouri, but raised in Atchison, Kansas. The son of a railroad worker and law clerk (some publicity material states the father was a physician, but family and census records show otherwise), he ...

Plot: Section BB, Tier 9, Grave 19 GPS coordinates: 34.2771301, -118.4634476 (hddd.dddd)

78. Jane Wyatt

Actress | Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Born in Campgaw, New Jersey, Jane Waddington Wyatt came from a New York family of social distinction (her father was a Wall Street investment banker and her mother was a drama critic). Jane was raised from the age of three months in New York City and attended the fashionable Chapin School and later...

79. Bruce Yarnell

Actor | Irma la Douce

Bruce Yarnell was born on December 28, 1935 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Bruce Altomari Yarnell. He was an actor, known for Irma la Douce (1963), The Next Best Thing (2000) and Bonanza (1959). He was married to Joan Patenaude' (soprano) and Frances L. Chadwick. He died on November 30, 1973 in...

Plot: Mausoleum wall crypt 40H - 3

81. Charles Cooley

Actor | The Lemon Drop Kid

Charles Cooley was born on March 29, 1902 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA as Charles Cali. He was an actor, known for The Lemon Drop Kid (1951), Son of Paleface (1952) and The Colgate Comedy Hour (1950). He died on November 15, 1960 in Hollywood, California, USA.

82. Bobby Chacon

Self | The Fall Guy

Professional boxer who scored world championships in two weight classes--featherweight and super-featherweight--with a record of 59 wins (45 by knockout), 7 losses, and 1 draw. In 1983, Ring Magazine named Chacon its "Comeback Player of the Year." In 1988, Warren Zevon in his song "Boom Boom ...

Plot: Mission Garden Mausoleum



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