Birth Place Matching "Wakefield, Massachusetts, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Writer | My Old Lady
Israel Horovitz is author of more than 50 produced plays, of which several have been translated and performed in as many as 30 languages, worldwide. Among Horovitz's best-known plays are Line (now in its 25th year, off- Broadway, at the 13th St Repertory Theatre), The Indian Wants The Bronx (which ...
Actress | Honolulu Lu
Helen Dickson was born on July 20, 1885 in Wakefield, Massachusetts, USA. She was an actress, known for Honolulu Lu (1941), It's a Great Life (1954) and Mr. Wright Goes Wrong (1946). She was married to Lawrence A. Williams. She died on November 17, 1983 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
5. Lucius Beebe
Actor | State Trooper
Lucius Morris Beebe was born into a wealthy old Bostonian-area family on December 9, 1902, Wakefield, Massachusetts. By a young age he'd already developed a pronounced distaste for casual clothes, bad manners, foreign places, most foreigners and anything that was expected to occur before noon. ...
Actor | Ethan Frome
David Dellinger was born on August 22, 1915 in Wakefield, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor, known for Ethan Frome (1993), Ten for Two: The John Sinclair Freedom Rally (1971) and World in Action (1963). He was married to Elizabeth Peterson. He died on May 25, 2004 in Montpelier, Vermont, USA.
12. Carleton Coon
Self | What in the World?
American television viewers in the early days of TV knew Dr. Carleton Coon as a witty, erudite analyst of esoteric objects on the program What in the World? (1951), where he would join a panel of experts who examined mysterious artifacts from the perspectives of archeology and anthropology. Coon ...