Death Place Matching "Ramona, California, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)


10 names.


1. Ross Martin

Actor | The Wild Wild West

Born in Grodek, Poland, Ross Martin grew up on New York City's Lower East Side. He spoke Yiddish, Polish, and Russian before even learning English and later added French, Spanish, and Italian to his amazing repertoire.

Despite academic training (and receiving honors in) business, instruction, and ...

2. Budd Boetticher

Director | Bullfighter and the Lady

Brilliant, distinguished American director, particularly of Westerns, whose simple, bleak style disguises a complex artistic temperament. The son of a wealthy hardware retailer, Boetticher attended Culver Military Academy and Ohio State University, where he excelled in football and boxing.

Following...

3. Lynda Wiesmeier

Actress | Real Genius

Lynda Wiesmeier was born on May 30, 1963 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. She was an actress, known for Real Genius (1985), Teen Wolf (1985) and Wheels of Fire (1985). She died on December 16, 2012 in Ramona, California, USA.

4. Casey Tibbs

Junior Bonner

Casey Tibbs was born on March 5, 1929 in Fort Pierre, South Dakota, USA. He is known for his work on Junior Bonner (1972), The Young Rounders (1966) and Breakheart Pass (1975). He died on January 28, 1990 in Ramona, California, USA.

5. Dai Vernon

Actor | The Magician

Dai Vernon was born on June 11, 1894 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada as David Frederick Wingfield Verner. He was an actor, known for The Magician (1973) and Magiskt (1993). He died on August 21, 1992 in Ramona, California, USA.

6. Wag Blesing

Actor | The Rounders

Wag Blesing was born on December 26, 1921 in Texas, USA as William Blesing. He was an actor, known for The Rounders (1966). He died on October 14, 1981 in Ramona, California, USA.

7. King Zany

Actor | Broadway or Bust

King Zany was born on June 11, 1889 in Toledo, Ohio, USA as Charles W. Dill. He was an actor, known for Broadway or Bust (1924), The Garden of Weeds (1924) and The Great Gabbo (1929). He died on February 19, 1939 in Ramona, California, USA.

9. Charles LaVere

Actor | Startime

Jazz pianist, saxophonist, trombonist, cornetist, accordionist, singer ("Maybe You'll Be There", a 1948 gold record)", arranger and composer (his first tune was the 1928 "Please Don't Go Away), educated at the College of Fine Arts and the University of Oklahoma. He had been a member, usually on ...


10 names.