Death Place Matching "Pacific Palisades, California, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Yvonne Craig
Actress | Batgirl
Yvonne Joyce Craig was born on May 16, 1937 in Taylorville, Illinois. As a young teenager, Yvonne showed such promise as a dancer that she was accepted to Denham's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Her training progressed until she left the company in 1957 over a disagreement on casting changes. She ...
Director | Tootsie
Sydney Pollack was an Academy Award-winning director, producer, actor, writer and public figure, who directed and produced over 40 films.
Sydney Irwin Pollack was born July 1, 1934 in Lafayette, Indiana, USA, to Rebecca (Miller), a homemaker, and David Pollack, a professional boxer turned pharmacist...
3. Bob Clark
Director | A Christmas Story
Bob Clark was born on August 5, 1939 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA as Benjamin Clark. He was a director and writer, known for A Christmas Story (1983), Porky's (1981) and Black Christmas (1974). He died on April 4, 2007 in Pacific Palisades, California, USA.
4. Peter Graves
Actor | Airplane!
Peter Graves was born Peter Duesler Arness on March 18, 1926 on Minneapolis, Minnesota. While growing up in Minnesota, he excelled at sports and music (as a saxophonist), and by age 16, he was a radio announcer at WMIN in Minneapolis. After two years in the United States Air Force, he studied drama...
Actor | The High Chaparral
Cameron Mitchell was the son of a minister, but chose a different path from his father. Prior to World War II, in which he served as an Air Force bombardier, Mitchell appeared on Broadway, and, in 1940, an experimental television broadcast, "The Passing of the Third Floor Back". He made his film ...
Actress | I Wake Up Screaming
Carole Landis was born on New Year's Day in 1919 in Fairchild, Wisconsin, as Frances Lillian Mary Ridste. Her father, a railroad mechanic, was of Norwegian descent and her mother was Polish. Her father walked out, leaving Carole, her mother and an older brother and sister to fend for themselves.
Actor | Innerspace
The son of Edwin Schallert, drama editor of the "Los Angeles Times" and the dean of West Coast critics, William Schallert became interested in an acting career while at UCLA in 1942. After graduation, he became involved with the Circle Theater (eventually becoming one of its owners) and made his ...
Actor | In the Heat of the Night
Hugh was born in Rome, Italy, and adopted by actor Carroll O'Connor and his wife, Nancy. At the age of 16, Hugh was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease, but conquered it with the help of chemotherapy. It was around this time that Hugh started taking drugs. He worked as a courier on the set of his ...
Actor | The Man Who Came to Dinner
Richard Travis was born William Justice in Carlsbad, New Mexico in 1913. He started off unbilled in daredevil cliffhangers and proceeded to war-era Warner Bros. features. He changed his stage moniker from "William Justice" to "William Travis" before finally settling on "Richard (or Dick) Travis" ...
10. Eddie Albert
Actor | Roman Holiday
A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Eddie Albert was a circus trapeze flier before becoming a stage and radio actor. He made his film debut in 1938 and has worked steadily since, often cast as the friendly, good-natured buddy of the hero but occasionally being cast as a villain; one of his ...
11. Adele Mara
Actress | You Were Never Lovelier
Born Adelaide Delgado in 1925, Spanish-American Adele Mara was a singer/dancer with Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra in Detroit by the age of 15. Cugat took the beautiful, brown-eyed brunette to New York where she was spotted by a Columbia talent scout and signed in 1942. There she played brisk ...
Actor | Sabrina
Francis X. Bushman was born on January 10, 1883 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA as Francis Xavier Bushman. He was an actor and director, known for Sabrina (1954), Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) and Romeo and Juliet (1916). He was married to Iva Millicient Richardson, Norma Emily Atkin, Beverly ...
Actress | Lost Horizon
The daughter of a Spanish surgeon, Maria Margarita Guadalupe Teresa Estella Castilla Bolado y O'Donnell was born in Mexico City. As a niece to famous bandleader Xavier Cugat, she performed with his orchestra from the age of nine as a specialty dancer in nightclubs, and, later, on the Starlight Roof...
14. Richard Haydn
Actor | The Sound of Music
Inimitable London-born character actor, noted for his put-on nasal delivery and pompous, fussy manner. Richard Haydn had a laborious start to his show business career, selling tickets in the box office of London's Daly Theatre. This was followed by an unsuccessful stint with a comedy act in musical...
15. Edward Brophy
Actor | The Whole Town's Talking
Edward S. Brophy was born on February 27, 1895 in New York City and educated at the University of Virginia. He became a bit and small-part in the movies starting in 1919, but switched to behind-the-scenes work for job security, though he continued appearing in small parts. While serving as a ...
16. Thelma Todd
Actress | Horse Feathers
Thelma Todd was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, an industrial city near the New Hampshire state line. She was a lovely child with good academic tendencies, so much so that she decided early on to become a schoolteacher. After high school she went on to college but at her mother's insistence ...
17. Nancy Dolman
Actress | Soap
Nancy Dolman was born on September 26, 1951 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Nancy Jane Dolman. She was an actress, known for Soap (1977), It's a Living (1980) and Landon Landon & Landon (1980). She was married to Martin Short. She died on August 21, 2010 in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, ...
18. Steven Bochco
Writer | Hill Street Blues
Attended Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie-Mellon U) as a playwriting major. Barbara Bosson, Michael Tucker, Bruce Weitz and Charles Haid were classmates; he and Tucker drove cross-country to Hollywood for full-time jobs at Universal, where Bochco would remain for 12 years. In 1978, he moved to MTM ...
19. Ronnie Burns
Ronnie Burns was born on July 9, 1935 in Evanston, Illinois, USA. He was an actor, known for The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950), Bernardine (1957) and The George Burns Show (1958). He was married to Janice Powell and Peggy Jo Lyon. He died on November 14, 2007 in Pacific Palisades, ...
20. Lionel Atwill
Actor | Mystery of the Wax Museum
Lionel Atwill was born into a wealthy family and was educated at London's prestigious Mercer School to become an architect, but his interest turned to the stage. He worked his way progressively into the craft and debuted at age 20 at the Garrick Theatre in London. He acted and improved regularly ...
21. James Stephenson
Actor | The Letter
British stage actor James Stephenson made his film debut quite late in life, at the age of 49, in 1937, making four pictures that year. Warner Bros. got a glimpse of this distinguished gent and signed him to a contract where he indulged himself in urbane villainy. Proving a reliable support in such...
22. Cliff Osmond
Writer | The Streets of San Francisco
Cliff Osmond was born on February 26, 1937 in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA as Clifford Osmond Ebrahim. He was an actor and writer, known for The Streets of San Francisco (1972), The Front Page (1974) and The Penitent (1988). He was married to Gretchen. He died on December 22, 2012 in Pacific ...
23. Richard Eastham
Actor | Tombstone Territory
Another in the long line of 1950s and 1960s character actors whose face was oh-so familiar but not the name, Richard Eastham was originally headed for a musical career. He was born Dickinson Swift Eastham in Opelousas, Louisiana, on June 22, 1916. A student at Washington University, he was gifted ...
24. John Flynn
Director | Lock Up
John Flynn was a very fine, efficient and sadly underrated director who excelled at making mean'n'lean crime pictures. His movies are distinguished by tight plots, a hard, no-nonsense tone, and a taut, streamlined and fiercely economical directorial style. John was born on March 14, 1932 in Chicago...
25. Tom Gries
Director | Will Penny
Georgetown University-educated Thomas Stephen Gries was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Ruth Marie (Gluck), an advertising copywriter and actress, and Joseph Charles Gries. He returned from service with the US Marines in WW II and worked as a reporter for a Chicago newspaper. Traveling to Hollywood ...
26. William Tuttle
Make Up Department | Logan's Run
William Tuttle was born in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1911. At the age of 15 he was forced to leave school in order to earn a living so he could support his mother and younger brother, Thomas Tuttle. His music background got him work with comedy teams and a burlesque orchestra and, finally, his own ...
27. John Raitt
Actor | The Pajama Game
One of the top Broadway baritones of the post WWII period, John Raitt maintained an incredibly resilient career that spanned over 60 years, showing remarkable power, range and stamina for a man who defied the odds by concertizing well into his 80s. He was born in Santa Ana, California in 1917, the ...
Soundtrack | X-Men: Days of Future Past
Alexander Courage was born on December 10, 1919 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Alexander Mair Courage Jr. He is known for his work on X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) and Star Trek: Generations (1994). He was married to Shirley Pumpelly. He ...
30. Florence Vidor
Actress | The Popular Sin
Houston-born-and-bred Florence Vidor was one of the great beauties of early Hollywood. But while her photogenic looks went a long way, audiences would not get to enjoy or really experience her voice as she abruptly left the silver screen after her first disastrous attempt at a talking picture.
31. Joan Bartlett
Self | You Asked for It
Joan Bartlett was born on October 11, 1929 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA as Joan Hamilton Killian. She is known for her work on You Asked for It (1950). She was married to Jeffrey Hunter and James Putman Bartlett. She died on November 28, 2005 in Pacific Palisades, California, USA.
32. Jack Conway
Director | Viva Villa!
Born Hugh Ryan Conway of Irish ancestry, Jack Conway was one of a team of MGM contract directors (others included Sam Wood and Robert Z. Leonard), who forsook any pretense to a specific individual style in favor of working within the strictures set forth by studio management--as embodied by Irving ...
33. Wilton Graff
Actor | Bloodlust!
Wilton Graff was born on August 13, 1903 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Wilton Calvert Ratcliffe. He was an actor, known for Bloodlust! (1961), The Sea Chase (1955) and Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1947). He was married to Elizabeth W. Wilson and Mary Goodwin. He died on January 13, 1969 in ...
35. Fritz Leiber
Actor | Bagdad
Fritz Leiber was born on January 31, 1882 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Fritz Reuter Leiber. He was an actor, known for Bagdad (1949), The Queen of Sheba (1921) and Monsieur Verdoux (1947). He was married to Virginia Bronson. He died on October 14, 1949 in Pacific Palisades, California, USA.
36. Bob Schiller
Writer | Maude
Bob Schiller was born on November 8, 1918 in San Francisco, California, USA as Robert Achille Schiller. He is known for his work on Maude (1972), All in the Family (1971) and Flip (1970). He was married to Sabrina Scharf and Joyce Gloria Harris. He died on October 10, 2017 in Pacific Palisades, ...
37. Henry Miller
Writer | Stille dage i Clichy
Henry Miller was born on December 26, 1891 in New York City, New York, USA as Henry Valentine Miller. He was a writer and actor, known for Quiet Days in Clichy (1970), Jours tranquilles à Clichy (1990) and Tropic of Cancer (1970). He was married to Hoki Tokuda, Keven McClure, Janina Martha ...
38. Eric Zumbrunnen
Editor | Being John Malkovich
Eric Zumbrunnen was born on November 4, 1964 as Eric James Zumbrunnen. He was an editor, known for Being John Malkovich (1999), Her (2013) and Adaptation. (2002). He was married to Suzanne Marie Berry. He died on August 1, 2017 in Pacific Palisades, California, USA.
39. Curtis Bernhardt
Director | Kisses for My President
If Curtis Bernhardt is a relative unknown, it's because he didn't direct his first Hollywood feature until 1940 at the age of 41. Bernhardt worked for years in Germany until his Jewish heritage made living there impossible by 1933-- he was arrested by the Gestapo and made a harrowing underground ...
40. Edward Anhalt
Writer | Panic in the Streets
A graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism, Edward Anhalt started his career in early television before turning to writing and producing films, often in collaboration with his wife Edna Anhalt. A prolific screenwriter, Anhalt and his wife won an Academy Award for Panic in the Streets (1950). He...
41. Terence Marsh
Art Director | Doctor Zhivago
Terence Marsh was born on November 14, 1931 in London, England. He is known for his work on Doctor Zhivago (1965), The Hunt for Red October (1990) and Oliver! (1968). He was married to Sandra Marsh and Lorna Wrapson. He died on January 9, 2018 in Pacific Palisades, California, USA.
42. Harry Horner
Production Designer | The Hustler
Harry Horner was born in Bohemia (now Czech Republic), but spent most of his early life in Austria. In 1934, he graduated from the University of Vienna with a degree in architecture. Along the way, he also managed to study dramatic arts, directing and costume design, making his stage debut as an ...
43. Rolfe Sedan
Actor | Ninotchka
Son of a Broadway couturier and a symphony conductor, Sedan started his career as a nightclub performer, he also performed in vaudeville with Al Jolson. He was planning on studying scientific agriculture when he went to work on the stage in New York. He worked at the Hal Roach Studios and played ...
Cinematographer | The Lady from Shanghai
Began as assistant cameraman at First National in 1926, working under George J. Folsey. Briefly at Paramount, then joined MGM (1936-1943), within a year became full director of photography. At United Artists, 1944-1945, then spent the remainder of his career at Columbia (1945-1962). Acquired a ...
46. Tim Pelt
Actor | Coming Home
Tim Pelt was born on August 15, 1946 in New York, USA as Timothy Pelt. He was an actor, known for Coming Home (1978), Come Back Charleston Blue (1972) and Deadly Hero (1975). He was married to Cheryl Pelt. He died on September 7, 1977 in Pacific Palisades, California, USA.
47. Henry Farrell
Writer | Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte
Best known for penning Grand Guignol novels, his "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" in 1960 was adapted to film two years later and subsequently started the whole craze. His accompanying horror novel "Whatever Happened to Cousin Charlotte?" was the basis for the movie Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (...
48. Bernard Carr
Assistant Director | One Million B.C.
Bernard Carr was born on March 23, 1911 in Stockton, California, USA. He was an assistant director and director, known for One Million B.C. (1940), The Fabulous Joe (1947) and Curley (1947). He was married to Helen G. Carr. He died on October 18, 2005 in Pacific Palisades, California.
50. Betty Phillips
Actress | 2012
In her mid-teens she sang leading roles in musicals at Richmond High School and also sang in a girls' choir organised by Burton Kurth; in the early 1940s she studied voice with in turn Mignon Duke Gidy, Avis Phillips, and Phylis Inglis and piano with Phyllis Schuldt. She appeared at TUTS for the ...