Here are 50 famous actors from United States of America were born in 1920:
Ray Bradbury (August 22, 1920 Waukegan-June 5, 2012 Los Angeles) also known as Ray Douglas Bradbury or Douglas Spaulding was an American writer, screenwriter, author and actor. He had four children, Alexandra Bradbury, Bettina F. Bradbury, Ramona Bradbury and Susan Bradbury.
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Mickey Rooney (September 23, 1920 Brooklyn-April 6, 2014 Studio City) also known as Ninian Joseph Yule Jr., The Mick, Mickey McGuire, The Mickster, Joseph Yule, Jr., Sonny Yule, Joe Yule Jr., Mickey Yule, Joe Jr. or Mickey McBan was an American actor, comedian, film producer, film director, soldier, radio personality, voice actor and television producer. He had nine children, Tim Rooney, Kerry Rooney, Mickey Rooney, Jr., Kimmy Sue Rooney, Kelly Ann Rooney, Jonelle Rooney, Michael Rooney, Teddy Rooney and Jimmy Rooney.
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Isaac Asimov (January 2, 1920 Petrovichi-April 6, 1992 Brooklyn) otherwise known as Paul French, Dr. "A", George E. Dale, H. B. Ogden, Asimov, isaac_asimov, The Human Typewriter, Isaak Judah Ozimov, Asimov, Isaac or Isaak Yudovich Ozimov was an American author, writer, science writer, novelist, biochemist, historian, essayist and actor. He had two children, David Asimov and Robyn Asimov.
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Timothy Leary (October 22, 1920 Springfield-May 31, 1996 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Dr. Timothy Leary, Timothy Francis Leary or Dr Timothy Leary was an American psychologist, writer, actor, screenwriter, teacher, stand-up comedian and consultant. His children are called Zach Leary, Jack Leary and Susan Leary.
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Yul Brynner (July 11, 1920 Vladivostok-October 10, 1985 New York City) a.k.a. Yuliy Borisovich Brynner, Yul Borisovich Bryner, Yuliy Borsovich Briner, Julius Briner, Jules Bryner, Youl Bryner, ユル・ブリンナー, Yuli Borisovich Bryner, Yuliy Borisovich Briner, Yul Brenner or Brenner, Yul was an American actor, television director, photographer, musician and writer. He had five children, Yul 'Rock' Brynner II, Lark Brynner, Victoria Brynner, Mia Brynner and Melody Brynner.
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Walter Matthau (October 1, 1920 New York City-July 1, 2000 Santa Monica) also known as Walter John Matthow, Mr. Walter Matthau, Jake, Walter Matashansky, Walter Matansky, Walter Foghorn Matthau, Walter Matuschanskayasky or Walter Matthow was an American actor. His children are called Charles Matthau, David Matthau and Jenny Matthau.
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DeForest Kelley (January 20, 1920 Toccoa-June 11, 1999 Woodland Hills) also known as Jackson DeForest Kelley, Kelley, De Forest Kelley, De Forrest Kelley, DeForest Kelly, DeForrest Kelley, De Kelley or De was an American actor, poet, screenwriter and singer.
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Neville Brand (August 13, 1920 Griswold-April 16, 1992 Sacramento) was an American actor. He had three children, Mary Raymer Brand, Katrina Brand and Michelle Beuttel Brand.
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Jack Webb (April 2, 1920 Santa Monica-December 22, 1982 West Hollywood) also known as John Randolph Webb, John Randolph, John Randolph "Jack" Webb, Preston Wood or Webb, Jack was an American film director, actor, television producer, screenwriter, television director and film producer. He had two children, Stacy Webb and Lisa Webb.
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Montgomery Clift (October 17, 1920 Omaha-July 23, 1966 New York City) a.k.a. Edward Montgomery Clift or Monty was an American actor.
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Richard Farnsworth (September 1, 1920 Los Angeles-October 6, 2000 Lincoln) a.k.a. Dick Farnsworth, Bill Farnsworth or Richard W. Farnsworth was an American actor and stunt performer. He had two children, Diamond Farnsworth and Missy Farnsworth.
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Ray Harryhausen (June 29, 1920 Los Angeles-May 7, 2013 London) otherwise known as Raymond Harryhausen, Jerome Wray, Raymond Frederick Harryhausen, Raymond Frederick "Ray" Harryhausen, Ray Harry Hausen, Harry Hausen or Ray was an American film producer, film director, actor, writer, visual effects artist, animator, cinematographer and screenwriter. His child is called Vanessa Harryhausen.
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Clark Terry (December 14, 1920 St. Louis-) a.k.a. C Terry, Terry, Clark, Mumbles, C.T., Chief Bogen, Clark 'Mumbles' Terry or The Tonight Show Band is an American songwriter, trumpeter, musician, actor and film score composer.
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Jack Lord (December 30, 1920 Brooklyn-January 21, 1998 Honolulu) a.k.a. John Joseph Patrick Ryan or Jack Ryan was an American sailor, artist, actor, film producer, film director, television director and visual artist.
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Werner Klemperer (March 22, 1920 Cologne-December 6, 2000 Manhattan) was an American actor and musician. His children are called Mark Klemperer and Erika Klemperer.
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Bill Cullen (February 18, 1920 Pittsburgh-July 7, 1990 Bel-Air) otherwise known as William Laurence Cullen, William Lawrence Cullen, William Lawrence Francis Cullen or William Lawrence Francis "Bill" Cullen was an American game show host, radio personality and actor.
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Huntz Hall (August 15, 1920 New York City-January 30, 1999 North Hollywood) a.k.a. Henry Richard Hall, Henry Hall, Henry Richard "Huntz" Hall or Huntz was an American comedian and actor. He had one child, Gary Hall.
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Tony Randall (January 26, 1920 Tulsa-May 17, 2004 New York City) also known as Arthur Leonard Rosenberg, Anthony Randall or Ira Leonard Rosenberg was an American actor, comedian, film director, record producer, voice actor and film producer. He had two children, Jefferson Salvini Randall and Julia Laurette Randall.
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Lonny Chapman (October 1, 1920 Tulsa-October 12, 2007 North Hollywood) a.k.a. Lon Leonard Chapman or Lonnie Chapman was an American actor, playwright and acting teacher. He had one child, Wyley Dean.
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William Colby (January 4, 1920 Saint Paul-April 27, 1996 Rock Point, Maryland) also known as William Egan Colby, William E. Colby or Director William Colby was an American actor. He had one child, Carl Colby.
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Paul Frees (June 22, 1920 Chicago-November 2, 1986 Tiburon) also known as Solomon Hersh Frees, Man of a Thousand Voices, Buddy Green, Paul H. Frees, Solomon Hirsch Freeze or The man with the voice of 1,000 was an American voice actor, actor, author, songwriter, screenwriter, composer and vaudeville performer.
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Bob Lemon (September 22, 1920 San Bernardino-January 11, 2000 Long Beach) also known as Robert Granville Lemon was an American baseball player, manager and actor.
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G. D. Spradlin (August 31, 1920 Pauls Valley-July 24, 2011 San Luis Obispo) also known as Gervase Duan Spradlin, Gervase Duan "G.D." Spradlin or G.D. Spradlin was an American actor, lawyer and businessperson. He had one child, Wendy Spradlin.
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William Conrad (September 27, 1920 Louisville-February 11, 1994 Los Angeles) also known as William Cann, John William Cann, Jr., Bill, Bill Conrad, J. Darnoc, John William Cann or John William Cann Jr. was an American film director, film producer, actor, voice actor, television director and television producer. His child is called Christopher Conrad.
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Jack Warden (September 18, 1920 Newark-July 19, 2006 New York City) also known as John H. Lebzelter, John Lebzelter, John H Lebzelter, John Warden Lebzelter, Johnny Costello, Jack Warden Lebzelter, Jack Lebzelter or John Warden Lebzelter, Jr. was an American actor, professional boxer and soldier. His child is called Christopher Lebzelter.
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Denver Pyle (May 11, 1920 Bethune-December 25, 1997 Burbank) a.k.a. Denver D. Pyle or Denver Dell Pyle was an American actor, television director, drummer, sailor and voice actor. He had two children, David Pyle and Tony Pyle.
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Mike Douglas (August 11, 1920 Chicago-August 11, 2006 Palm Beach Gardens) also known as Michael Delaney Dowd Jr., Douglas, Mike, Michael Douglas, Michael Delaney Dowd, Jr. or Michael Delaney Dowd was an American talk show host, actor, singer and presenter. His children are called Kelly Douglas, Michele Douglas and Christine Douglas.
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Harold Sakata (July 1, 1920 Holualoa-July 29, 1982 Honolulu) also known as Harold Toshiyuki Sakata, Harold Sakata 'Tosh Togo', Harold 'Odd Job' Sakata, Harold Odd Job Sakata, Tosh Togo or Oddjob was an American wrestler and actor.
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Russell Arms (February 3, 1920 Berkeley-February 13, 2012 Hamilton) also known as Russell Lee Arms, Russell L. Arms or Russell Armes was an American singer and actor.
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James Mitchell (February 29, 1920 Sacramento-January 22, 2010 Los Angeles) a.k.a. The Lester Horton Dancers or Jim Mitchell was an American actor and dancer.
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Leonard Freeman (October 31, 1920 Sonoma County-January 20, 1974 Palo Alto) a.k.a. Glen Roberts, Glenn Roberts or Lenny was an American television producer, screenwriter, film producer, actor and writer.
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Richard Quine (November 12, 1920 Detroit-June 10, 1989 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Dick was an American film director, actor, screenwriter, military officer, film producer, television director and television producer. He had three children, Katherine Quine, Victoria Quine and Timothy Richard Quine.
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Hal March (April 22, 1920 San Francisco-January 19, 1970 Los Angeles) also known as Harold Mendelson was an American comedian and actor. He had three children, Peter March, Jeffrey March and Victoria March.
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Allen Hoskins (August 9, 1920 Boston-July 26, 1980 Oakland) otherwise known as Allen Clayton Hoskins, Farina, Our Gang or Allen "Farina" Hoskins was an American actor. He had two children, Candy Hoskins and Chris Hoskins.
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Billy Halop (February 11, 1920 New York City-November 9, 1976 Brentwood) also known as William Halop or Bill Halop was an American actor.
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Robert Q. Lewis (April 25, 1920 New York City-December 11, 1991 New York City) a.k.a. Robert Goldberg or Robert Lewis was an American radio personality, tv personality, game show host, actor and disc jockey.
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Johnny Haymer (January 19, 1920 St. Louis-November 18, 1989 Los Angeles) a.k.a. John Haymer, Johnny Hayner or Haymer Flieg was an American actor and voice actor.
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Vincent Gardenia (January 7, 1920 Ercolano-December 9, 1992 Philadelphia) also known as Vincenzo Scognamiglio, Vince Gardenia, King of Brooklyn or Vincenzo Gardenia Scognamiglio was an American actor.
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Jim Siedow (June 12, 1920 Cheyenne-November 20, 2003 Houston) was an American actor.
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Cris Alexander (January 14, 1920 Tulsa-March 7, 2012 Saratoga Springs) also known as Alan Smith was an American photographer, actor, singer, dancer and designer.
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Dolph Sweet (July 18, 1920 New York City-May 8, 1985 Tarzana) a.k.a. Adolphus Jean Sweet was an American actor, military officer and navigator. His child is called Jonathan Sweet.
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Jack Elam (November 13, 1920 Miami-October 20, 2003 Ashland) also known as William Scott Elam or William Scott "Jack" Elam was an American actor. He had three children, Scott Elam, Jacqueline Elam and Jeri Elam.
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Alan North (December 23, 1920 The Bronx-January 19, 2000 Port Jefferson) was an American actor, soldier and stage manager. He had two children, Victoria North and Alexandra Jackson.
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Bob Waterfield (July 26, 1920 Elmira-March 25, 1983 Burbank) also known as Robert Stanton Waterfield or Buckets was an American football player, american football coach and actor. His children are called Robert Waterfield, Thomas Waterfield and Tracy Waterfield.
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Jason Wingreen (October 9, 1920 Brooklyn-) is an American actor. He has one child, Ned Wingreen.
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Henry Corden (January 6, 1920 Montreal-May 19, 2005 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Henry Cohen, Harry Corden or Henry Cordon was an American actor and voice actor. His children are called Robin Smith and Dana Wade.
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Wally Boag (September 13, 1920 Portland-June 3, 2011 Santa Monica) also known as Wallace Vincent Boag or Wallace Vincent "Wally" Boag was an American actor and comedian.
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Arvo Ojala (February 21, 1920 Seattle-July 1, 2005 Gresham) was an American actor and marksman.
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Bob Johnson (May 4, 1920 Portland-December 31, 1993 Molokai) also known as Robert Cleveland Johnson, Robert Johnson or Bobby Johnson was an American actor, voice actor and stunt performer.
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Jack Lambert (April 13, 1920 Yonkers-February 18, 2002 Carmel-by-the-Sea) was an American actor and character actor. His child is called Lee J. Lambert.
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