• John Bambury

    1891 - 1960

    John Bambury (1891 - 1960)

    Actor. Born in Pennsylvania, he was a dwarf best remembered for his role as a Munchkin in the film, “The Wizard of Oz” (1939). A popular character performer, his other credits included “The Plot Thickens” (1936), “The Terror of Tiny Town” (1938), “Maisie Was a Lady” (1941), Lady in the Dark” (1944) “Superman and the […]

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  • John Call

    1908 - 1973

    John Call (1908 - 1973)

    Actor. His film roles include ‘Santa Claus’ in “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians” (1964) and ‘O’Leary’ in “The Anderson Tapes” (1971). He ws in the origianl casts of “So Proudly We Hail” (1936), “Bet Your Life” (1937), “The Merchant of Yonkers” (1938), “The Life of Reilly” (1942), and “Oliver!” (1963). Father of actor Anthony Call 

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  • John Dall

    1918 - 1971

    John Dall (1918 - 1971)

    Actor. Sad-eyed, sensitive character player and occasional lead in Hollywood films. Born John Dall Thompson in New York City, he studied acting at the Theodore Irvine School of the Theatre and at the Pasadena Playhouse. On Broadway from 1941, he worked his way up from bit parts to the lead of the hit comedy “Dear […]

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  • John Gallaudet

    1903 - 1983

    John Gallaudet (1903 - 1983)

    Actor. He had a career that spanned motion pictures and television from 1935 to 1967. His movies appearences included roles in “In Cold Blood”, “The Patsy” and “Angels in the Out Field” in 1951.

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  • John Inman

    1935 - 2007

    John Inman (1935 - 2007)

    Actor. Best known his role of shop assistant ‘Mr Humphries’ in the long-running BBC comedy “Are You Being Served?” and the follow up series “Grace & Favour”. He was made famous by his catchphrase “I’m free!” In 1976 he won “Funniest Man On Television” by readers of TV Times magazine and was also named BBC […]

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  • John Ireland

    1914 - 1992

    John Ireland (1914 - 1992)

    Actor. His film and television career spanned across five decades, from 1945 up until his death in 1992. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, he moved to New York City, New York at the age of 18 where he took minor stage roles on Broadway, performing Shakespeare on tour with them in the late 1930s […]

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  • John Macchia

    1931 - 1967

    John Macchia (1931 - 1967)

    Actor. He is best known for his regular role in the “Beach Party” films of the 1960s, as Joey, the yes-man of biker gang leader Erich Von Zipper (Harvey Lembeck). His entries in the series were “Beach Party” (1963), “Bikini Beach” (1964), “Beach Blanket Bingo” (1965), “How to Stuff a Wild Bikini” (1965), and “The […]

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  • John Omohundro

    1846 - 1880

    John Omohundro (1846 - 1880)

    Folk Figure, Actor. A former scout, Confederate soldier, newspaper correspondent and pop figure of his day, “Texas Jack” Omohundro was a friend of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody and James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok. In 1872, Texas Jack and Buffalo Bill, both famous figures from dozens of dime novels, created a stage show featuring the […]

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  • John Ragland

    1905 - 1946

    John Ragland (1905 - 1946)

    Actor and Entertainer. He entered burlesque in his twenties, working his way up to “top banana” at Minsky’s. Among his fellow burlesque performers, Ragland was famous (or notorious) for his wild ad-libs, his unpredictable intrusions into other comics’ acts, and his healthy off-stage libido. In 1940, he graduated to the big time in Ethel Merman’s […]

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  • John Tansey

    1901 - 1971

    John Tansey (1901 - 1971)

    Actor. Son of actress Emma Tansey, brother of director Robert Emmett Tansey, and actor James Sheridan. He was a child star with the ‘Biograph’ stage company in New York prior to the family’s move to California. He starred in several silent films, including the 1917 pirate melodrama “Barnaby Lee.” In 1930, he co-wrote and co-directed […]

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  • John Alexander

    1897 - 1982

    John Alexander (1897 - 1982)

    Actor. Born in Newport, Kentucky, he began his career young, making his New York City theater debut in 1902 in “The Children of Kings” which ran for less than a year. He worked his way up through the chorus and walk on roles and appeared in his first name role, ‘Jump Steady’, in the Broadway […]

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  • Jose Caffarel

    1919 - 1999

    Jose Caffarel (1919 - 1999)

    Spanish Stage and Screen Character Actor. He began his career on stage in Adolfo Marsillach’s Company. He appeared in more than 100 films, such as “El Ultimo Cuplé” (1957), “Plácido” (1961), “Atraco a Las Tres” (1962), “Historias de la Televisión” (1965), “El Gran Atasco” (1978), “El Viaje a Ninguna Parte” (1986) and “Jarrapellejos” (1987).

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  • Jose Tasso

    1934 - 2003

    Jose Tasso (1934 - 2003)

    Popular screen character actor. He appeared in several films with child actress Marisol. Among his others films were “La Vida por Delante” (1958), “Ha Llegado un Angel” (1961), “Canción de Juventud” (1962), “Tómbola” (1962), “¡Átame” (1990), “El rey Pasmado” (1993) and “Todos a la Cárcel” (1993). 

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  • Joy Page

    1924 - 2008

    Joy Page (1924 - 2008)

    Actress. She is best remembered for her role as Annina Brandel in the classic 1942 film “Casablanca”. Born Joy Paige in Los Angeles, she was the daughter of actor Don Alvarado. After her parents divorced, her mother married movie executive Jack L. Warner and at age 17 she was put under contract to Warner Bros. […]

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  • Joyce Jameson

    1932 - 1987

    Joyce Jameson (1932 - 1987)

    Actress. She was born in Chicago, Illinois and was married to Actor/Songwriter Billy Barnes. She is best remembered for her recurring role as “Skippy” in the 1960s television series “The Andy Griffith Show.” She made her film debut in 1951 playing a chorus girl dancer in the motion picture “Showboat.” Her other notable film credits […]

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  • Judith Barsi

    1978 - 1988

    Judith Barsi (1978 - 1988)

    Child Actress, Murder Victim. Born Judith Eva Barsi, the only child to Jozsef and Maria Benko Barsi, Hungarian immigrants who had fled their homeland during the 1956 Hungarian uprising against the Soviet occupation. They immigrated to the USA, and settled in Los Angeles, California shortly before the birth of their daughter. Her father soon found […]

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  • Judy Canova

    1913 - 1983

    Judy Canova (1913 - 1983)

    Actress, Singer. For three decades she was a unique persona in the movies and music, a musical comedienne, a yodeling country bumpkin with costumes to match. However, unknown to many she was a recording artist who made hundreds of recordings from the early ’30’s and continued into the end of the ’50’s. She was born […]

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  • June Gale

    1911 - 1996

    June Gale (1911 - 1996)

    Actress, wife of composer/performer Oscar Levant. Born June Gilmartin she started her career in vaudeville. She and her sister Jean were teamed with their twin sisters Joan and Jane and were billed, inaccurately, as the Dancing Gale Quadruplets. As they toured they were always in mortal fear of being found out. Little is know of Jane, […]

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  • Kandi Barbour

    1956 - 2012

    Kandi Barbour (1956 - 2012)

    Adult Film Star, Model. Born Linda Jean Smith, she was a major adult film actress of the 1970s and 1980s. She starred in over 40 adult films during her career, including several soft-core releases and multiple hardcore compilations. By the mid 1970s she had appeared in the pages of every major men’s magazines, in addition […]

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  • Karin Eickelbaum

    1937 - 2004

    Karin Eickelbaum (1937 - 2004)

    Actress. A native of Germany, she is best known for her role as ‘Ingrid’ in the long-running German TV series “Tatort.”

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  • Karl Obermayr

    1930 - 1985

    Karl Obermayr (1930 - 1985)

    Actor. Played “Manni Kopfeck” in the German TV-Series “Monaco Franze – Der ewige Stenz.” He also appeared in the TV-Series “Kir Royal.”

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  • Katalin Karady

    1910 - 1990

    Katalin Karady (1910 - 1990)

    Actress, Singer. A ‘sex-kitten’ in around 20 Hungarian films of the 1940s, she is better remembered for her work in saving Jews during World War II. Born Katalin Kanczler she was raised in poverty but due to the charity of others was able to spend five years studying in Switzerland and Holland; returning home she […]

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  • Kathe Haack

    1897 - 1986

    Kathe Haack (1897 - 1986)

    Actress. Born in Berlin, she was one of the most prolific actresses in German cinema, with a career that spanned over 70 years and 250 films. She began performing on stage in 1914 and made her screen debut two years later. Her films include “Der Skandal” (1916), “Sein bester Freund” (1917), “Wilhelm Tell” (1923), “Hedda […]

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  • Katherine Macdonald

    1881 - 1956

    Katherine Macdonald (1881 - 1956)

    Actress/Producer. Born Katherine Agnew MacDonald, Sister of Actress Mary MacLaren. Well remembered as ‘Flora Edwards’ in “The Spirit of 17,” as ‘Helen Haynes/Elsie Parmelee’ in “The Beautiful Liar,” as ‘Priscilla Hobbs’ in “Money! Money! Money!” and as ‘Flora Brookes’ in “The Unnamed Woman.”

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  • Kathleen Burke

    1913 - 1980

    Kathleen Burke (1913 - 1980)

    Actress. She worked as a radio actress and fashion model before winning the Paramount Studios’ nationwide contest to find the “Panther Woman” for their H.G. Wells’ screen adaptation. Burke was picked from the eventual four finalists which had also included Verna Hillie and Lona Andre. In 1936 her contract with Paramount was terminated. She married […]

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  • Kathryn Eames

    1908 - 2004

    Kathryn Eames (1908 - 2004)

    Actress. She spent over 50 years as an actress on radio, television, movies, and every level of the theater from Broadway to regional and dinner theaters. Her first Broadway part was in Moss Hart’s “Winged Victory.” Other plays included “Lamp at Midnight”, “Portrait of a Madonna” and “In White America.” She toured with “Morning’s at […]

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  • Kay Walsh

    1911 - 2005

    Kay Walsh (1911 - 2005)

    British Actress. She began her career as a dancer, but soon moved to cinema. She is best remembered for films such as “The Luck of the Irish” (1936), “This Happy Breed” (1944), “Oliver Twist” (1948), “Stage Fright” (1950), “Last Holiday” (1950), “The Horse’s Mouth” (1956) (her favourite role), “Young Bess” (1953), “Circus World” (1964), “A […]

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  • Keiko Awaji

    1933 - 2014

    Keiko Awaji (1933 - 2014)

    Actress. She will perhaps be best remembered by international movie audiences for playing Kimiko in the picture “The Bridges at Toko-Ri” (1954). Born Ayako Ida, she left high school early and became a member of the Shochiku Kageki Dan (or the SKD) She marked her motion picture debut in “Stray Dogs” (1949) and would go […]

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  • Keith Andes

    1920 - 2005

    Keith Andes (1920 - 2005)

    Actor. Born in Ocean City, New Jersey, he sevred in the USA Army Air Corps during World War II. He debuted in cinema in “Winger Victory” (1944), in an uncredited role. In 1947, he appeared as one of Loretta Young’s brothers in the classic film The Farmer’s Daughter (1947). He also worked in “Clash by […]

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  • Kent Andersson

    1933 - 2005

    Kent Andersson (1933 - 2005)

    Actor, Writer. He had his breakthrough in the 1960´s with three plays, co-written with writer/director Bengt Bratt, “Flotten”, “Hemmet” and “Sandlådan”. Since then he became a highly respected and beloved actor and playwright for the Swedish people, often seen in films and TV-series, besides his theatre acting and revue performances. In 1996 he took over […]

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