• Lana Turner

    1921 - 1995

    Lana Turner (1921 - 1995)

    Lana Turner Turner was well known inside Hollywood circles for dating often, changing partners often, and for never shying away from the topic of how many lovers she had in her lifetime. However, she claimed that sex was not important to her and that she was more of a romantic, stating: “All those years that […]

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  • Frank Tuttle

    1892 - 1963

    Frank Tuttle (1892 - 1963)

    Frank Wright Tuttle (6 August 1892 – 6 January 1963) was a Hollywood film director and writer who directed films from 1922 (The Cradle Buster) to 1959 (Island of Lost Women). Frank Tuttle wrote “The Kentuckians” (1921) and directed “Roman Scandals” (1933), and “Charlie McCarthy, Detective” (1939). He was educated at Yale University, where he edited […]

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  • Jack Twyman

    1934 - 2012

    Jack Twyman (1934 - 2012)

    Twyman, a 6’6″ forward from the University of Cincinnati, spent eleven seasons in the NBA as a member of the Rochester/Cincinnati Royals. Twyman and Wilt Chamberlain became the first players in NBA history to average more than 30 points per game in a single season when they both accomplished that feat during the 1959–60 season. […]

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  • John Tyler

    1790 - 1862

    John Tyler (1790 - 1862)

    John Tyler John Tyler became the tenth President of the United States (1841–1845) when William Henry Harrison, his running mate, died in April 1841. He was the first Vice President elevated to President after the death of a predecessor. Dubbed “His Accidency” by his detractors, John Tyler was the first Vice President to be elevated […]

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  • Julia Gardiner Tyler

    1820 - 1889

    Julia Gardiner Tyler (1820 - 1889)

    Julia Gardiner Tyler was born in 1820 on Gardiner’s Island off the eastern tip of Long Island, New York, one of the largest privately owned islands in the United States. She was the daughter of David Gardiner, a prominent landowner and New York State Senator from 1824 to 1828, and his wife Juliana née McLachlan. […]

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  • Susan Tyrrell

    1945 - 2012

    Susan Tyrrell (1945 - 2012)

    Susan Tyrrell Susan Tyrrell (born Susan Jillian Creamer; March 18, 1945 – June 16, 2012), was an American actress who appeared in dozens of film, stage and television productions over a forty-year career. Her performance as Oma in John Huston’s Fat City (1972) earned her a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. […]

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  • Marian Uhlman

    1922 - 2003

    Marian Uhlman (1922 - 2003)

    Actress. Known as “The Polka Dot Girl” of World War II pinups, using the name of Chili Williams, later appearing as a Goldwyn Girl. A graduate of the Marshall High School, she was discovered by a modelling agent in 1943 at Fire Island in New York. The modelling agent’s photographer took her picture while she […]

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  • Lenore Ulric

    1892 - 1970

    Lenore Ulric (1892 - 1970)

    Actress. Born in New Ulm, Minnesota, she was a star of the Broadway stage making her silent screen debut in “The First Man” (1911), followed by “A Polished Burglar” (1911). Her many film credits included “Kilmeny” (1915), “The Better Woman” (1915), “The Intrigue” (1916), “Her Own People” (1917), “Tiger Rose” (1923), “South Sea Rose” (1929), […]

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  • Miyoshi Umeki

    1929 - 2007

    Miyoshi Umeki (1929 - 2007)

    Actress. She is best remembered for her role as Katsumi, the doomed Japanese wife of an American serviceman played by Red Buttons, in the 1957 film “Sayonara”. It earned her an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, making her the first Asian performer to win an Oscar. She was also nominated for a Golden Globe […]

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  • Hiram Keller

    1944 - 1997

    Hiram Keller (1944 - 1997)

    Keller received his dramatic training at Lee Strasberg’s prestigious Actors Studio in New York. His first stage engagement took him to Broadway. From 1968 until his departure to appear in Fellini Satyricon, he was a member of the tribe in the original line-up stage production of Hair, directed by Tom O’Horgan, written by Gerome Ragni […]

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  • Loyal Underwood

    1893 - 1966

    Loyal Underwood (1893 - 1966)

    Loyal Underwood (August 6, 1893 – September 30, 1966) was an American stock actor for Charlie Chaplin’s film studio.  Underwood’s movie debut was in The Count, a 1916 Chaplin short film created for the Mutual Film Corporation. Underwood is uncredited as he was for the four other Mutual shorts in which he appeared.  In 1918, […]

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  • John Updike

    1932 - 2009

    John Updike (1932 - 2009)

    Updike’s most famous work is his “Rabbit” series (the novels Rabbit, Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit Is Rich; Rabbit At Rest; and the novella “Rabbit Remembered”), which chronicles the life of the middle-class everyman Harry “Rabbit” Angstrom over the course of several decades, from young adulthood to death. Both Rabbit Is Rich (1982) and Rabbit At […]

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  • Vadim Uraneff

    1895 - 1952

    Vadim Uraneff (1895 - 1952)

    Actor. He played in “Friends and Lovers”(1930), “The Medicine Man”(1928), “Fazil”(1927) and “Magic Flame”(1927).

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  • Mary Ure

    1933 - 1975

    Mary Ure (1933 - 1975)

    Born in Glasgow, Mary Ure was the daughter of civil engineer Colin McGregor Ure and Edith Swinburne. She went to the independent Mount School in York, and trained for the stage at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Known for her beauty, Ure began performing on the London stage and quickly developed […]

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  • Minevera Urecal

    1894 - 1966

    Minevera Urecal (1894 - 1966)

    Actress. Born Minerva Holzer in Eureka, California, she was a radio and stage performer making her film debut in “Her Bodyguard” (1933). A veteran of over 250 films, her credits include “It Happened in New York” (1935), “Son of the Pioneer” (1942), “Block Busters” (1944), “Apache Rose” (1947), “The Raging Tide” (1951), “Miracle in the […]

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  • Robert Urich

    1946 - 2002

    Robert Urich (1946 - 2002)

    Actor. Born Robert Michael Urich in Toronto, Ohio, he was an athlete in high school, and won a football scholarship to Florida State University where he earned a BA in communications. He then transferred to Michigan State where he earned an MA in broadcast research. He debuted as a television actor in 1972 with a […]

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  • Peter Ustinov

    1921 - 2004

    Peter Ustinov (1921 - 2004)

    Actor, Motion Picture Director, Educator. He is best remembered for his film roles of vain, selfish, insolent and rude characters. Born of Russian descent, where his grandfather, an officer in the Czar’s Army, was exiled for refusing to convert to the Eastern Orthodox Church (he was Protestant), his mother was Nadia Benois, also of a […]

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  • Natividad Vacio

    1912 - 1996

    Natividad Vacio (1912 - 1996)

    His debut came in a 1950 episode of The Lone Ranger called “Dead Man’s Chest”. He was featured in The Hitch-Hiker (1953), a film noir directed by Ida Lupino. Many of his roles were in Westerns, although he had a diverse career. For example, in 1957 he played a character called “Fronk” who was the […]

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  • Candida Royalle

    1950 - 2015

    Candida Royalle (1950 - 2015)

    Candida Royalle was born on October 15, 1950, in New York City as Candice Marion Vadala. Initially trained in music, dance, and art in New York, with studies at the High School of Art and Design, Parson’s School of Design and the City University of New York. In 1975 she began her career in porn as […]

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  • Henry Vahl

    1897 - 1977

    Henry Vahl (1897 - 1977)

    Henry Vahl was a German theater and film actor . He was known primarily for television dramas, transferred from the Ohnsorg Theater in Hamburg, giving him the name of a popular actor earned.  Born in 1897 in Stralsund Henry Vahl suggested for decades as an actor by the second row. His numerous theater stations included, […]

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  • German Valdes

    1915 - 1973

    German Valdes (1915 - 1973)

    Mexican Actor, Singer and Comedian. Born Germán Genaro Cipriano Gomez Valdés Castillo famous for the stage name Tin-Tan. He promoted the use of the language of the Mexican American pachucos famous in Mexico. it was a mixture of Spanish and English, Known today as Spanglish. He starred as “Pachucos” in many of his movies, some […]

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  • Sigrid Valdis

    1935 - 2007

    Sigrid Valdis (1935 - 2007)

    Actress. Best known for her role as Colonel Klink’s secretary “Hilda” on the televsion series “Hogan’s Heroes.” She married the show’s star Bob Crane on the set in 1970, the couple had two children. Crane was murdered in 1978. Though of Swedish decent she was born Patricia Olson in Bakersfield, California. She grew up in […]

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  • Michael Vale

    1922 - 2005

    Michael Vale (1922 - 2005)

    Actor. Best known for his portrayal of a sleepy-eyed Dunkin’ Donuts baker who said “Time to make the doughnuts.” Vale studied acting at the Dramatic Workshop in New York with classmates Tony Curtis, Ben Gazzara and Rod Steiger. The veteran of the Broadway stage, film and television appeared in more than 1300 TV commercials. He […]

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  • Vola Vale

    1897 - 1970

    Vola Vale (1897 - 1970)

    She was born Vola Smith in Buffalo, New York. Vale was educated in Chevy Chase, Maryland. She began her career in amateur theatricals in Rochester, New York. Then she played in stock companies for a while.  Her first movie experience was with Biograph, under the tutelage of the great film director D.W. Griffith. After a […]

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  • Osvaldo Valenti

    1906 - 1945

    Osvaldo Valenti (1906 - 1945)

    Actor. He appeared in many films: “Ettore Fieramosca”, “The Iron Crown”, “Queen of the Scala”, “An adventure of Salvator Rosa”, “The mask of Cesare Borgia” and “Boccaccio”. He’s best remembered for his interpretation in “La cena delle beffe”. He was shot by Communist partisans with Luisa Ferida in 1945.

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  • Alberto Valentino

    1892 - 1981

    Alberto Valentino (1892 - 1981)

    Actor and studio worker. Older brother of actor Rudolph Valentino.

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  • Rudolph Valentino

    1895 - 1926

    Rudolph Valentino (1895 - 1926)

    Actor. Born Rodolfo Alfonzo Raffaelo Pierre Filibert Guglielmi di Valentina d’Antonguolla in the small town of Castellaneta, Puglia, Italy, he originally had no intention of becoming an actor. He tried to enlist in his country’s Royal Naval Academy but was rejected because his chest size was an inch too small. When he was 15 he […]

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  • Oscar Valicelli

    1915 - 1999

    Oscar Valicelli (1915 - 1999)

    Famed stage, radio, T.V. and cinema actor. He participated in 40 movies during his long sixty-year career.

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  • Max Valier

    1895 - 1930

    Max Valier (1895 - 1930)

    Valier was born in Bozen (Bolzano) in the County of Tyrol (now South Tyrol) and in 1913 enrolled to study Physics at the University of Innsbruck. He also trained as a machinist at a nearby factory. His studies were interrupted by the First World War, during which he served in the Austro-Hungarian army’s air corps […]

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  • Valda Valkyrien

    1895 - 1956

    Valda Valkyrien (1895 - 1956)

    Silent screen actress and ballet dancer.

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