• Lorraine Brox

    1900 - 1993

    Lorraine Brox (1900 - 1993)

    Actress, Singer. Born Lorayne Eunice Brock, together with sisters Bobbe and Kathlyn she was a member of the ‘The Brox Sisters’ singing group. Their film credits included “Down South” (1928), “The Hollywood Reveue 1929” (1929), “Headin’ South” (1929), “King of Jazz” (1930) and “Hollywood on Parade” (1932). She also appeared by herself in “Gems of […]

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  • Lou Jacobi

    1913 - 2009

    Lou Jacobi (1913 - 2009)

    Actor. He was a prolific performer of stage, films and television, often seen in comedic roles. Born Louis Harold Jacobovitch in Toronto, he began his career as a child performing in amateur productions making his stage debut at age ten in the play “The Rabbi and the Priest” in 1924. He served as drama director […]

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  • Louis Edmonds

    1923 - 2001

    Louis Edmonds (1923 - 2001)

    Actor. He worked in the theater, primetime television and had various roles on the television series “Dark Shadows” and the daytime soap opera “All My Children.” He died from respitory problems.

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  • Louis Calhern

    1895 - 1956

    Louis Calhern (1895 - 1956)

    Actor. Born Carl Henry Vogt, he began his career performing in the theatre and after military service in France, during World War I, he made his film debut in “What’s Worth While” (1921). A veteran of over 70 feature films, some of his best performances were in “Duck Soup” (1933), “The Last Days of Pompeii” […]

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  • Louise Brooks

    1906 - 1985

    Louise Brooks (1906 - 1985)

    Born Mary Louise Brooks on november 14, 1906 in Cherryvale, Kansas. She was the second of four children. At age 4, Louise made her first public appearance, playing a pint-sized bride in a church benefit production of Tom Thumb’s Wedding. She was however, a very normal child. She loved making mud pies and began taking […]

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  • Louise Beavers

    1902 - 1962

    Louise Beavers (1902 - 1962)

    Actress. A plump, mournful-eyed character player in Hollywood films, she was almost always cast as a maid, mammy, or housekeeper, a shameful waste of her talent. Beavers is best remembered for her wrenching performance in “Imitation of Life” (1934), as an Aunt Jemima-like pancake maker whose light-skinned daughter abandons her to pass for white in […]

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  • Lovyss Bradley

    1906 - 1969

    Lovyss Bradley (1906 - 1969)

    Actress. Born in Iowa, she took up an offer to go to Hollywood for scene tests in the 1940s. In 1950, she made her film debate as a police woman in the crime drama “Outrage”. Her other movie credits included “Meet Me After the Show” (1951), “Man of Conflict” (1953), “The Unholy Wife” (1957), “This […]

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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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  • Luana Walters

    1912 - 1963

    Luana Walters (1912 - 1963)

    Actress. Considerate by many one of the sexiest of the B-western heroine, Walters was the leading lady to more individual cowboy stars than any other B-western actress. She worked in more than 70 films over a period of 25 years and had scenes with Edward G. Robinson, Jean Harlow, Harold Lloyd, Charles Boyer and Loretta […]

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  • Lucile Browne

    1907 - 1976

    Lucile Browne (1907 - 1976)

    Actress. Began her carrer as a model before joining a theatrical troupe. Signed by Fox Film Corporation and utilized primarily in comedy, romantic pictures, and Westerns. She appeared in 46 titles including the films “Soup to Nuts” (1930), “The Last of the Mohicans” (1932) with Harry Carey, “Texas Terror” (1935) and “Rainbow Valley” (1935) both […]

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  • Lucille Bliss

    1916 - 2012

    Lucille Bliss (1916 - 2012)

    Voice Actress. Born Lucille Theresa Bliss in New York City, she became known for her voice. She became a recognized television pioneer when she was tapped to voice the character of Crusader Rabbit in the first made for television cartoon series. The initial episodes aired in 1949 and ran through 1951. She debuted in feature […]

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  • Lucille Bremer

    1917 - 1996

    Lucille Bremer (1917 - 1996)

    Actress. Born in Amsterdam, New York, she began her career as a Rockette on Radio City Music Hall at age 16. A fabulous dancer, she started appearing in Broadway musicals in 1940. She made her feature screen debut in “Meet Me In St. Louis” (1944), followed by a co-starring role opposite Fred Astaire in “Yolanda […]

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  • Luis Sanchez

    1926 - 1999

    Luis Sanchez (1926 - 1999)

    Popular actor and humorist. He and his partner José Luis Coll (Tip y Coll was his artistic name) performed surrealistic and absurd humor that triumphed in the Spanish Transition.

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  • Luisa Sala

    1923 - 1986

    Luisa Sala (1923 - 1986)

    Actress. She was born and died in Madrid. She appeared in more than 1.000 stage and television roles in her prolific career. She also worked in a few films such as “Las Chicas de la Cruz Roja” (1958), “El Secreto del Dr. Orloff” (1964), “Los Hombres las Prefieren Viudas” (1970), “Una Monja y un Don […]

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  • Lujza Blaha

    1850 - 1926

    Lujza Blaha (1850 - 1926)

    Singer and actress, ‘The Hungarian Nightingale.’

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  • Lyda Borelli

    1884 - 1959

    Lyda Borelli (1884 - 1959)

    Italian silent film star. Sister of actress Alda Borelli.

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  • Lyle Barton

    1889 - 1971

    Lyle Barton (1889 - 1971)

    Actress. Appeared in motion pictures from the 1920s to the 1940s. Also known as Lyle Tayo, she appeared in several “Our Gang” comedies in the early 1930s, usually playing a mother or aunt to one of the kids. She worked with comedy legends Laurel and Hardy in some of their films, as well. Her grave […]

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  • Lyle Talbot

    1902 - 1996

    Lyle Talbot (1902 - 1996)

    Actor. Born Lisle Henderson in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he had his film debut in 1932 in “Three on a Match.” Later he worked extensively in both television and film from the 1930s through the 1980s. Also he guest starred on such TV series as: “The Lone Ranger.” “The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin,” “Perry Mason,” “The […]

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  • Lynn Baggett

    1924 - 1960

    Lynn Baggett (1924 - 1960)

    Actress. Stage and screen figure and writer. Married to movie producer Sam Spiegel. 

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  • Lynn Bari

    1913 - 1989

    Lynn Bari (1913 - 1989)

    Actress. She is remembered for her portray of sultry, statuesque man-killers in over 100 20th Century Fox films from the early 1930s through the 1940s. During World War II, she was a favorite American soldier’s pin-up girl with names like “The Woo Woo Girl” and “The Girl with the Million Dollar Figure.” Her film and […]

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  • Mabel Karr

    1934 - 2001

    Mabel Karr (1934 - 2001)

    Actress. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, she spent most of her career in Spain. Karr appeared in films such as “Las Chicas de la Cruz Roja” (1958), “El Día de los Enamorados” (1959), “Il Colosso di Rodi” (1961), “La Hora Incógnita” (1963), “Los Palomos” (1964), “Abuelo Made in Spain” (1969), “La Duda” (1972) and “La […]

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  • Mabel Albertson

    1901 - 1982

    Mabel Albertson (1901 - 1982)

    Albertson was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, the daughter of Russian-born Jewish immigrants Flora Craft and Leopold Albertson. Her brother was actor Jack Albertson. Albertson’s mother, a stock actress, supported the family by working in a shoe factory. Albertson was best known as Phyllis Stephens, Darrin’s neurotic, interfering mother on the television sitcom Bewitched, who invariably […]

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  • Mabel Ballin

    1887 - 1958

    Mabel Ballin (1887 - 1958)

    Actress. She started acting during World War I. Ballin played several roles and she was very popular at the time. Best remembered as ‘Jane Withersteenin’ in “Riders of the Purple Sage” (1925) with Tom Mix.

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  • Mabel Bennett

    1883 - 1940

    Mabel Bennett (1883 - 1940)

    Actress. Mother of Constance, Barbara and Joan Bennett. Stage actress and daughter of Rose Wood and stage actor Lewis Morrison. In films from 1914 to 1917. Married to Richard Bennett from 1903 to 1925. Married Eric Pinker in 1927. 

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  • Madeleine Barbulee

    1910 - 2001

    Madeleine Barbulee (1910 - 2001)

    Actress. She was born in Nancy, France. In her long career that spanned more than fifty years, she appeared in over 125 films. She began her career on stage, become a leading lady in Comédie des Enfants in the 1940s. On cinema, she is best remembered in “Rome-Express” (1949), “The Diary of Major Thompson” (1955), […]

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  • Madeline Kahn

    1942 - 1999

    Madeline Kahn (1942 - 1999)

    Actress. A versatile talent of both comedic and vocal skills, she will be perhaps best remembered for her roles in the Mel Brooks pictures “Blazing Saddles” (1974) and “Young Frankenstein” (1974). Born Madeline Wolfson, her parents separated while she was young and in order to support her family Madeline’s mother worked as a model, nightclub […]

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  • Mady Rahl

    1915 - 2009

    Mady Rahl (1915 - 2009)

    Actress. In a career stretching over 70 years she appeared in around 120 German movies but was for a time tainted by her association with the Nazi High Command. Born Edith Radschke, she was raised in Berlin and appears to have been drawn to the stage as a child. She studied acting at the Ilka-Gruning […]

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  • Mae Busch

    1891 - 1946

    Mae Busch (1891 - 1946)

    Actress. Born Annie May Busch, she was the daughter of an opera singer mother and a symphony conductor father. Bush made her film debut in the short, “The Agitator” (1912) with J. Warren. In her early film career she was considered extraordinarily attractive and she was a favorite of several classic directors in the early […]

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  • Mae Questel

    1908 - 1998

    Mae Questel (1908 - 1998)

    Actress. She began her career as a performer in Vaudeville comedy as an impressionist and singer. From 1931 to 1939, she provided the voice over for cartoon characters in more than 150 animated films such as “Felix the Cat”, “Minnie Mouse”, “Betty Boop”, “Olive Oyl” and “Sweet Pea”. During the 1930s she released a recording […]

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  • Magda Gabor

    1917 - 1997

    Magda Gabor (1917 - 1997)

    The eldest daughter of a jeweler, Jolie (1896–1997), and a soldier, Vilmos Gábor (1884-1962), she was born in 1915 in Budapest. Of Jewish descent, she is listed in Hungary: Jewish Names from the Central Zionist Archives, under her first married name, as Magda Bychowsky. She stood 5’6″ tall with red hair and gray eyes. During […]

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