Birth Place Matching "New Haven, Connecticut, USA" (Sorted by Death Date Ascending)
1. H.P. Danks
Soundtrack | Brooklyn
Hart Pease Danks (4/6/1834 - 11/20/1903) was a musician who specialized in composing, singing and leading choral groups. He is best known for his 1873 composition, Silver Threads Among the Gold.
Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Danks moved with his family to Saratoga Springs, New York when he was ...
Writer | The Trail of '98
Joseph Farnham was born on December 2, 1884 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as Joseph White Farnham. He was a writer and editor, known for The Trail of '98 (1928), West Point (1927) and The Unknown (1927). He was married to Rose Alma LeCourt and Emily Ardis. He died on June 2, 1931 in Beverly Hills,...
Actor | The Little Orphans
Richard Cummings was born on August 20, 1858 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as Richard Henry Cummings. He was an actor, known for The Little Orphans (1915), The Bride's Play (1922) and A Ten-Cent Adventure (1915). He died on December 25, 1938 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
10. Harry Myers
Actor | City Lights
Harry Myers was born on September 5, 1882 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as Harry Clifford Myers. He was an actor and director, known for City Lights (1931), The Catch of the Season (1914) and The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1922). He was married to Rosemary Theby and Nellie Campbell. He died on...
14. Dewey Robinson
Actor | A Midsummer Night's Dream
Dewey Robinson was born on August 17, 1898 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He was an actor, known for A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935), 6 Hours to Live (1932) and The Big Broadcast (1932). He was married to Louise Arlene Woolner. He died on December 11, 1950 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
15. Kernan Cripps
Actor | Federal Operator 99
Kernan Cripps was born on July 8, 1886 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as John Kernan Cripps . He was an actor, known for Federal Operator 99 (1945), The Mystery Squadron (1933) and Daughter of Don Q (1946). He died on August 12, 1953 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
17. Blair Moody
Actor | Meet Your Congress
Blair Moody was born on February 13, 1902 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as Arthur Edson Blair Moody. He was an actor, known for Meet Your Congress (1949), Longines Chronoscope (1951) and We, the People (1948). He was married to Ruth and Mary Ann. He died on July 20, 1954 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, ...
Production Designer | Gone with the Wind
William Cameron Menzies was educated at Yale University, the University of Edinburgh and at the Art Students League in New York. He entered the film industry in 1919, after serving with the U.S. Expeditionary Forces in World War I. His initial assignments were in film design and special effects, as...
Writer | The Mummy
Starting out as the breadwinner for her family, Nina Wilcox Putnam made many sacrifices to succeed. Although she is most known today by her connection to the 1932 classic, "The Mummy", throughout her long life Nina had many claims to fame. In her early career as an accountant she is attached to the...
Actor | California Straight Ahead!
Born in New Haven, Connecticut on November 5, 1893, silent screen lead Theodore Von Eltz was the son of a Yale professor and educated at Hill School at Pottstown Pennsylvania. Originally prepped to become a doctor, he decided instead to pursue acting. At age 19 he made his New York debut and soon ...
25. Leo Tover
Cinematographer | The Day the Earth Stood Still
One of the foremost cinematographers of the 1940's and 50's, Tover's work can be seen in some of the most important films of his genre, including The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Heiress, The Snake Pit, The Sun Also Rises, and Blue Denim.
26. Don Rowan
Don Rowan was born on January 22, 1905 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He was an actor, known for Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (1940), Buried Alive (1939) and Racket Busters (1938). He died on February 16, 1966 in Rocky Hill, Connecticut.
27. Alfred P. Sloan
Alfred P. Sloan was born on May 23, 1875 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as Jr. Alfred Pritchard Sloan. He died on February 17, 1966 in New York City, New York, USA.
32. Alfred Newman
Composer | All About Eve
Alfred Newman was born on March 17, 1901 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He is known for his work on All About Eve (1950), How the West Was Won (1962) and V for Vendetta (2005). He was married to Martha Montgomery and Mary Lou Dix. He died on February 17, 1970 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California,...
33. Barry Wood
Producer | The Bell Telephone Hour
Barry Wood was born on February 12, 1909 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as Louis Rapp. He was a producer and actor, known for The Bell Telephone Hour (1959), Wide Wide World (1955) and Producers' Showcase (1954). He died on July 19, 1970 in Miami Beach, Florida, USA.
Self | Howard K. Smith
Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., who represented Harlem in the U.S. Congress from 1945 through 1971, was the first modern African American politician and the first black Congressman to exercise real power in the halls of Washington, D.C. He succeeded his father as the pastor of Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist...
37. Robert M. Coates
Writer | Suspense
American writer Robert Myron Coates was born in New Haven, CT, in 1897. His father was a master toolmaker and the family traveled extensively. as his profession was much in demand. Coates was educated at Yale University, graduating in 1916, and served in the US Navy during World War I. After his ...
42. Al Capp
Writer | Li'l Abner
Al Capp was born on September 28, 1909 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as Alfred Gerald Caplin. He was a writer and actor, known for Li'l Abner (1959), Li'l Abner (1940) and Fearless Fosdick (1952). He was married to Catherine Wingate Cameron. He died on November 5, 1979 in Cambridge, Massachusetts,...
45. Ronald Bishop
Ronald Bishop was born on March 28, 1923 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He was an actor and director, known for A Christmas Carol at Ford's Theatre (1979), Candida (1982) and You Can't Go Home Again (1979). He died on May 21, 1982 in New York City, New York, USA.
46. Edward Ellsberg
Writer | Hell Below
American naval officer and novelist Edward Ellsberg was born in New Haven, CT, in 1891. When he was a year old his family moved to Denver, CO, where he grew up. He took an early interest in sailing and the sea, and while a freshman at the University of Colorado in 1910 he secured an appointment to ...
47. Karen Carpenter
Soundtrack | Paul Williams Still Alive
Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Karen Carpenter moved with her family to Downey, California, in 1963. Karen's older brother, Richard Carpenter, decided to put together an instrumental trio with him on the piano, Karen on the drums and their friend Wes Jacobs on the bass and tuba. In a battle of the...
48. Charles Kullmann
Charles Kullmann was born on January 13, 1903 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He was an actor, known for La Paloma. Ein Lied der Kameradschaft (1934), Bombs Over Monte Carlo (1931) and The Goldwyn Follies (1938). He was married to Lisa. He died on February 8, 1983 in New Haven.