Death Place Matching "Carmel, California, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Jean Arthur
Actress | Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
This marvelous screen comedienne's best asset was only muffled during her seven years' stint in silent films. That asset? It was, of course, her squeaky, frog-like voice, which silent-era cinema audiences had simply no way of perceiving, much less appreciating. Jean Arthur, born Gladys Georgianna ...
Actress | Rebecca
Born Joan de Beauvoir de Havilland on October 22, 1917, in Tokyo, Japan, in what was known as the International Settlement. Her father was a British patent attorney with a lucrative practice in Japan, but due to Joan and older sister Olivia de Havilland's recurring ailments the family moved to ...
3. Jack Lambert
Actor | The Killers
American character actor specializing in tough guys and heavies. A native of Yonkers, New York. He worked on the Broadway stage and then became an increasingly familiar figure in Westerns and crime dramas, after World War II. Although almost as familiar a presence in films as his contemporaries ...
Writer | Starship Troopers
At the age of 17, Heinlein graduated from Central High School in Kansas City, Missouri. He spent one year at the University of Missouri before he entered the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, from which he graduated as the 20th best among the 243 cadets. He spent five years in the Pacific ...
Cinematographer | Dirty Harry
Bruce Surtees was born on August 3, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Bruce Mohr Powell Surtees. He is known for his work on Dirty Harry (1971), Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972) and Sudden Impact (1983). He was married to Carol Buby and Judy Rucker. He died on February 23, 2012 in ...
6. James Algar
Director | The Living Desert
James Algar studied at Stanford where he developed his skills as a cartoonist by drawing for the university's satirical magazine, The Chaparral. He joined the Disney Organisation in 1934, initially as animator. He directed the classic "Sorcerer's Apprentice" segment of Fantasia (1940), as well as ...
Clark Williams was born on May 14, 1906 in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada as Leander James Crowe. He was an actor, known for Tailspin Tommy in The Great Air Mystery (1935), Werewolf of London (1935) and Transient Lady (1935). He died on February 13, 1989 in Carmel, California, USA.
10. Richard Talmadge
Producer | Jeep-Herders
He first came to the USA as a boy member of the famed acrobats, the Mazetti Troupe, that had been engaged by Barnum & Bailey Circus. Richard began in films, supposedly, as a stunt double for Doug Fairbanks, Sr., then graduated to films under his own name.
11. Philippe De Lacy
Actor | Beau Geste
Born in France during a World War I air raid in which his mother was killed, Philippe was adopted by Mrs. Edith DeLacy, who was associated with the Women's Overseas Hospital. After the war ended, Mrs. Lacy brought Philippe to America where his stunning looks soon made him a sought after model for ...
12. Helen Ware
Actress | The Virginian
Helen Ware was born on October 15, 1877 in San Francisco, California, USA as Helen Remer. She was an actress, known for The Virginian (1929), The Garden of Allah (1916) and Flaming Gold (1932). She was married to Frederick Burt. She died on January 25, 1939 in Carmel, California.
13. George F. Marion
Actor | Anna Christie
George F. Marion was born on July 16, 1860 in San Francisco, California, USA as George Francis Marion. He was an actor and director, known for Anna Christie (1930), Anna Christie (1923) and Death from a Distance (1935). He was married to Agnes E. Daly and Lillian E. Swain (actress). He died on ...
14. Wah Chang
Visual Effects | The Time Machine
Wah Chang was born on August 2, 1917 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA as Wah Ming Chang. He is known for his work on The Time Machine (1960), Master of the World (1961) and Dinosaurus! (1960). He was married to Glennella Taylor Chang. He died on December 22, 2003 in Carmel, California, USA.
16. Eyvind Earle
Animation Department | Lady and the Tramp
He painted backgrounds for Disney's "Sleeping Beauty" and "Lady and the Tramp" plus others. Walt Disney noticed Earle's work after Earle created the avant-garde 'look' for the Oscar/Cannes-award-winning short "Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom". Earle was already an established artist at 13, when he ...
Art Department | The War of the Worlds
Bonestell was trained as an architect. In the 1930s he worked on San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, doing engineering drawings. He then moved to Hollywood where he became a matte artist, doing background and special effects paintings. Within a few years he was earning $1500 per month at this. In ...
18. Sara Gregory
Actress | BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Sara Gregory was born on May 16, 1919 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia as Olivia Sara Leveson Gregory. She was an actress, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), The Gay Cavalier (1957) and Pinwright's Progress (1946). She was married to Richard Stone. She died on April 11, 2014 in Carmel,...
20. Richard LaSalle
Composer | Twice-Told Tales
A composer, conductor, pianist and entertainer, Richard W. "Dick" LaSalle was educated at the University of Colorado. He wrote for radio in Denver, Colorado, and performed in area hotels as a pianist and orchestra leader between 1940 and 1955. He joined the American Society of Composers and ...
21. Ansel Adams
Art Department | Ben Casey
Ansel Adams was born on February 20, 1902 in San Francisco, California, USA as Ansel Easton Adams. He is known for his work on Ben Casey (1961), Electrode Universe (2013) and Ansel Adams, Photographer (1957). He was married to Virginia Rose Best. He died on April 22, 1984 in Carmel, California.
22. Lucile Barnes
Lucile Barnes was born on March 21, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Lucille Magarite Barnes. She was an actress, known for Father of the Bride (1950), The Model and the Marriage Broker (1951) and The Desert Hawk (1950). She was married to Tommy Noonan. She died on April 3, 2008 in Carmel, ...
23. Alfred Shelly
Actor | Cain's Hundred
Alfred Shelly was born Alfred Irwin Shapiro in Brooklyn on June 6, 1929. He attended high school in Venice (CA), before he moved to Studio City (CA).
In 1978, Al and his wife Lori moved to Big Sur (CA) and continued to work as an actor in film and television. He was a regular on 'Dragnet', and his ...
25. Richard Farina
Richard Farina was born to an Irish mother and a Cuban father. He grew up in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, where his neighbors included Ramblin' Jack Elliott. He also briefly lived in Cuba. He traveled throughout his childhood, a habit that later became a central occupation in his restless...
26. Vera Sisson
Actress | The Hidden Spring
Vera Sisson was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, on July 31, 1891. She began her career in 1913 when she appeared in her first film entitled, The Helping Hand (1913) when she was 22 years old. Unfortunately, Vera never rose much beyond a character actress. By the time she made Love 'Em and Leave 'Em (...
30. Dorothy Kingsley
Writer | Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
The daughter of silent-screen star Alma Hanlon and Broadway writer/press agent Walter Kingsley, Dorothy Kingsley began her career as an uncredited gag writer for the Bob Hope Radio Show and, later, the Edgar Bergen Radio Show. Producer Arthur Freed put her under contract to MGM; her first ...
Producer | Crusader Rabbit
Alexander Anderson was born on September 5, 1920 in Berkeley, California, USA as Alexander Anderson Jr. He was a producer and writer, known for Crusader Rabbit (1949) and The Interviews: An Oral History of Television (1997). He was married to Patricia Larsen, Beverly Anderson and Gail Anderson. He ...
37. Gelett Burgess
Writer | Lights Out
Boston-born (1866) humorist Gelett Burgess graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1887, and secured employment as a draftsman for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Three years later he became an instructor in topographical drawing at the University of California. In 1894, however,...
38. William M. Hough
Writer | The Time, the Place and the Girl
Songwriter ("I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now") and author, educaed at the University of Chicago. He wrote special material for vaudeville acts, and for Broadway and Chicago stage shows including "The Land of Nod", "The Time, the Place and The Girl", "The Girl Question", "A Stubborn Cinderella", "The...
39. Claire Delmar
Claire Delmar was born on December 30, 1898 in Bellevue, Kentucky, USA as Clara Eloise Loerch. She was an actress, known for The Jazz Singer (1927), The Wedding March (1928) and The Grain of Dust (1928). She was married to Hal Mohr. She died on January 10, 1959 in Carmel, California, USA.
41. Martin Flavin
Writer | The Criminal Code
Playwright Martin Flavin was born in San Francisco and moved with his mother to Chicago at an early age when his father died. He attended college there and took an interest in dramatics. Upon graduation he got a job on a newspaper and supplemented his income by writing short stories for magazines. ...
46. Robinson Jeffers
Writer | Play of the Week
American poet and playwright was born in Pittsburgh, PA, in 1897, the son of a physician. His parents had him educated by private tutors, and sent him for his higher education to private schools in Switzerland and Germany, then to Occidental College in Los Angeles, CA, where he received his B.A. in...
47. Clare Kummer
Writer | Good Gracious, Annabelle
Composer, songwriter ("Dearie"), playwright Plays: "and author, educated at the Packer Institute and in private music study. She wrote the Broadway stage scores for "90 in the Shade", "One Kiss", "Annie Dear", "Madame Pompadour", and "The Three Waltzes". Joining ASCAP in 1934, her chief musical ...