Deaths: November 11by bcampos862 | created - 31 Oct 2017 | updated - 6 months ago | Public
Actress | The Secret of My Success
Carol Ann Susi (February 2, 1952 - November 11, 2014) was an American actress best known for her portrayal of the voice of recurring unseen character Mrs. Wolowitz on the television series The Big Bang Theory (2007). Susi was born in Brooklyn and was of Italian descent. She studied acting at HB ...
Actor | Brácula. Condemor II
Chiquito was born as Gregorio Sánchez Fernández in Málaga en 1932, starting to job as dancer at 8 years old in several flamenco venues with important singers of the time, working in the chorus line along several decades. He was nicknamed as Chiquito ("little boy") by the early age that he started ...
Director | El juego de la vida
Claudio Reyes was born as Claudio Reyes Rubio. He was a director and writer, known for El juego de la vida (2001), Desencuentro (1997) and La antorcha encendida (1996). He was married to Georgina Pedret. He died on November 11, 2017 in Mexico City, Mexico.
9. Dayton Allen
Actor | The Cotton Club
Dayton Allen was born on September 24, 1919 in New York City, New York, USA as Dayton Allen Bolke. He is known for his work on The Cotton Club (1984), The Deputy Dawg Show (1959) and The Monster Master (1966). He was married to Elvi Allen. He died on November 11, 2004 in Hendersonville, North ...
10. Delbert Mann
Director | Marty
Delbert Mann, the Oscar-winning film director, was born Delbert Martin Mann Jr. in Lawrence, Kansas, in 1920. His father moved the family to Nashville, Tennesse, after taking a teaching position at Scarritt College. The young Mann graduated from Vanderbilt University, where he met his future wife, ...
11. Dimitri Tiomkin
Music_department | High Noon
Dimitri Tiomkin was a Russian Jewish composer who emigrated to America and became one of the most distinguished and best-loved music writers of Hollywood. He won a hallowed place in the pantheon of the most successful and productive composers in American film history, earning himself four Oscars ...
13. Frank Corsaro
Director | Play of the Week
Frank Corsaro was born on December 22, 1924 in New York City, New York, USA as Francesco Andrea Corsaro. He is known for his work on Play of the Week (1959), Cold Storage (1983) and Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963). He was married to Mary Cross Lueders. He died on November 11, 2017 in ...
14. Fred Niblo
Fred Niblo entered films in 1917 after two decades as a touring actor in vaudeville and one-time manager of 'The Four Cohans' (he married Josephine Cohan, the sister of George M. Cohan). He made his film debut with two early Australian silent films in 1916. He worked for Thomas H. Ince from 1917 as ...
15. Gemze De Lappe
Gemze De Lappe was born on February 28, 1922 in Portsmouth, Virginia, USA as Gemze Mary de Lappe. She is known for her work on Justine (1969), Variety (1936) and The Seven Lively Arts (1957). She was married to John Carisi. She died on November 11, 2017 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
16. Jacobo Timerman
Jacobo Timerman was born on January 6, 1923 in Bar, Ukraine. He was a writer, known for Jacobo Timerman: Prisoner Without a Name, Cell Without a Number (1983) and Forbidden (1997). He died on November 11, 1999 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
18. Keith Andes
Actor | Tora! Tora! Tora!
1950s and 60s second lead actor Keith Andes fits into the strappingly handsome and virile mold that encompassed the likes of George Nader, Guy Madison, and Jeffrey Hunter. Although he may not be as well remembered as the aforementioned, he managed to maintain a reliable career on radio (from age 12...
19. Marie Osborne
Actress | Milady o' the Beanstalk
Marie Osborne was born on November 5, 1911 in Denver, Colorado, USA as Helen Alice Myres. She is known for her work on Milady o' the Beanstalk (1918), The Godfather: Part II (1974) and The Little Diplomat (1919). She was married to Murray F. Yeats and Frank J. Dempsey. She died on November 11, 2010...
20. Maru Dueñas
Actress | Cuentos para solitarios
Maru Dueñas was born on October 3, 1967 in Mexico City, Mexico as María Eugenia Dueñas Posadas. She is known for her work on Cuentos para solitarios (1996), 'Til Death (1994) and Las delicias del poder (1999). She died on November 11, 2017 in Mexico City.
21. Mary Kay Bergman
Actress | South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
Mary Kay Bergman did not have a face known to many - her voice was recognized more than anything else in the world. Although she was a big voiceover star in the 1990s, her true claim to fame was Trey Parker and Matt Stone's critically acclaimed adult animated television series, South Park (1997), ...
22. Moustapha Akkad
Producer | The Message
The creativity of Moustapha Akkad came in such movies as Lion of the Desert (1980) and The Message (1976), where he directed and showed some really creative amazing view on the history of Islam. As an Arabic Muslim it was really hard for him to make it in Hollywood but no one could deny his talent ...
24. Pamela Duncan
Actress | Attack of the Crab Monsters
Pert and pretty Brooklyn-born actress Pamela Duncan made brief movie news in the 1950s as a "B" level performer and would be best remembered for her damsel-in-distress participation in two of Roger Corman's cult turkeys -- Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957) and The Undead (1957), both co-starring ...
27. Robert Brown
Actor | A View to a Kill
Robert Brown was born on July 23, 1921 in Swanage, Dorset, England as Robert James Brown. He was an actor, known for A View to a Kill (1985), Octopussy (1983) and Licence to Kill (1989). He was married to Rita Becker. He died on November 11, 2003 in Swanage.
28. Robert Vaughn
Actor | Bullitt
Robert Francis Vaughn was born on November 22, 1932 at Charity Hospital in New York City, the son of show business parents, Marcella Frances (Gaudel) and Gerald Walter Vaughn. His father was a radio actor and his mother starred on stage. Robert came to the public's attention first with his ...
29. Roger C. Carmel
Actor | The Transformers: The Movie
Roger C. Carmel, who was born September 27, 1932, was named after his grandfather, Roger Charles, who carved the horses for the carousel in New York's Central Park. He became an actor and won television immortality by appearing as Harry Mudd in two classic "Star Trek" episodes, "I, Mudd" and "...
30. Shirley Mitchell
Actress | The War of the Roses
A prolific radio and TV actress, Ms. Mitchell was a regular on such classic radio series as "Fibber McGee and Molly" and "The Great Gildersleeve," and on television, "Pete & Gladys" (Janet Colton), "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" (Marge Thornton), and "Bachelor Father" (Kitty Deveraux). She also ...
33. William Alland
Actor | Citizen Kane
Born in Delmar, DE, William Alland began his show-biz career as an actor with a semi-professional Baltimore troupe. Arriving in Manhattan with $25, "a paper suitcase" and the ambition to work on Broadway, he took courses and acted at the Henry Street Settlement House, where he met "boy wonder" ...
34. Yasser Arafat
Yasir Arafat was born Muhammad 'Abd Ar-Ra'uf Al-Qudwah Al-Husayni on August 24, 1929 in Cairo, Egypt, to a Palestinian father and an Egyptian mother. He was raised in Cairo but always considered himself Palestinian. In the late 1940s, while a student in Egypt, he became an ardent Arab nationalist ...
35. Zoe Ducos
Actress | La loba
Zoe Ducos was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1928. She began working in the theater and was a well trained actress. Her stage experience was enough to get her first role in cinema. Her debut in films was in "God reward you", a smash hit directed by Luis César Amadori in 1948. She kept on ...