Death Place Matching "Santa Ana, California, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Writer | Blade Runner
Philip Kindred Dick was born in Chicago in December 1928, along with a twin sister, Jane. Jane died less than eight weeks later, allegedly from an allergy to mother's milk. Dick's parents split up during his childhood, and he moved with his mother to Berkeley, California, where he lived for most of...
3. James Craig
Actor | All That Money Can Buy
Tall, rugged James Craig's career as an MGM contract player blossomed in the 1940s. This was due in large part to his strong physical and vocal resemblance to the studio's top leading man, Clark Gable (who was -- by the time Craig was signed to MGM -- serving in the U.S. Army Air Forces). The Rice ...
4. Rosa Turich
Actress | Tripoli
Rosa Turich was born on June 9, 1903 in Tucson, Arizona, USA as Rosa Sinohui. She was an actress, known for Tripoli (1950), Rangers of Fortune (1940) and Clipped Wings (1937). She was married to Felipe Turich. She died on November 20, 1998 in Santa Ana, California, USA.
7. Pete Kellett
Stunts | Zorro: The Gay Blade
Pete Kellett was born on November 4, 1922 in West Plains, Missouri, USA as George Foster Kellett. He is known for his work on Zorro: The Gay Blade (1981), Star Trek: The Original Series (1966) and Swashbuckler (1976). He died on August 7, 1982 in Santa Ana, California, USA.
9. Pierce Lyden
Actor | Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Born in Naponee, Nebraska Father was horse buyer for the U.S. Army, learned to ride horses bareback because parents could not afford saddles. Attended University of Nebraska and the Emerson College of Oratory. Received the "Golden Boot" award in 1992. The city of Orange, California declared a " ...
12. Pepito Pérez
Actor | Army Girl
Pepito Pérez was born on February 16, 1885 in Barcelona, Spain as José Escobar Pérez. He was an actor, known for Army Girl (1938), Alias Nick Beal (1949) and Annabel Takes a Tour (1938). He was married to Joanne Perez. He died on July 13, 1975 in Santa Ana, California, USA.
14. Betty Danko
Actress | Hazard
Danko was born Bertha Danko in Newark, New Jersey, in 1903, the daughter of a blacksmith who'd emigrated from Czechoslovakia. At the age of 20 she moved to L.A. with her widowed mother and moved into a bungalow at 6522 La Mirada Avenue where she would live for the next half century. She worked as a...
17. Dorothy Bradshaw
Actress | Death Goes North
Dorothy Bradshaw was born on May 23, 1913 in Illinois, USA as Dorothy Grace Bradshaw. She was an actress, known for Death Goes North (1939), Under Suspicion (1937) and Sweethearts of the U.S.A. (1944). She was married to Donald Novis. She died on December 16, 1988 in Santa Ana, California, USA.
18. Nina Koshetz
Actress | Algiers
Singer/actress Nina Koshetz (1894-1965) was in Russia a distinguished artist in classical and nationalist repertoire. sining at the principal opera and recital houses of Europe. She was frequently accompanied by Siloti and Rachmaninoff. After settling in the US in 1920, she began a superb career as...
24. Lew Borzage
Producer | I've Always Loved You
Lew Borzage was born on January 30, 1898 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. He was an assistant director and producer, known for I've Always Loved You (1946), That's My Man (1947) and The Devil's 8 (1969). He was married to Betty Jean Rehm. He died on December 6, 1974 in Santa Ana, California, USA.
27. Oldrich Unger
Actor | Jáchyme, hod ho do stroje!
Oldrich Unger was born on January 13, 1934 in Ceské Budéjovice, Czechoslovakia. He was an actor, known for Joachim, Put It in the Machine (1974), Those Wonderful Movie Cranks (1979) and Kabaret U dobré pohody (1973). He died on July 16, 2015 in Santa Ana, California, USA.
28. Charles Perley
Charles Perley was born on August 14, 1885 in Riverside, California, USA as Charles Gilbert Perley. He was an actor, known for The Chosen Prince, or The Friendship of David and Jonathan (1917), The Celebrated Case (1912) and The Woman in White (1912). He was married to Louise Hall and Hazel H ...
30. Ernest Ball
Soundtrack | Flyboys
Composer of familiar Irish songs ("When Irish Eyes are Smiling", "Mother Machree", "A Little Bit of Heaven") and pianist, educated at the Cleveland Conservatory. He was a staff composer for a music publishing company from 1907 to 1927, and a vaudeville pianist throughout the USA. He joined ASCAP as...
33. Paul Frizler
Director | Getting Wasted
Paul Frizler was born on April 18, 1935 in Bronx, New York City, New York, USA. He was a director and actor, known for Getting Wasted (1980) and Young Warriors (1983). He was married to Shirley Sabitay. He died on June 26, 2002 in Santa Ana, California, USA.
38. Gary Lycan
Producer | Macabre Theatre
Gary Lycan was born on November 18, 1944 in Santa Ana, California, USA as Gary R. Lycan. He was a producer and writer, known for Macabre Theatre (2002), Macabre Theatre Halloween Special (2006) and Macabre Theatre Halloween Special (2003). He died on April 9, 2013 in Santa Ana.
39. Stuart V. Jewell
Cinematographer | Disneyland
Honolulu-born cinematographer, the son of an engineer who had contributed to the building of Pearl Harbour. Jewell was trained as a metallurgist and worked on the Manhattan Project at Oak Ridge, helping to produce weapons grade uranium for the atomic bomb. He changed career paths by the end of ...