Here are 43 famous actors from United States of America died in 1960:
Artie Ortego (February 9, 1890 San Jose-July 24, 1960 Burbank) also known as Arthur Ortega, Art Ortego, Art Artego, Arthur Ortego, Artie Artego, Artie Ortega, Arthur Artego, Art Ortega or Arthur A. Ortega was an American actor.
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George Fisher (August 10, 1891 Republic-August 13, 1960 California) otherwise known as George Eliot or George Fischer was an American actor.
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Slim Whitaker (July 29, 1893 Kansas City-June 27, 1960 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Chas. Whitaker, Charles Orby Whitaker, Chas. Whittaker, Chas. Witaker, Charles Whittaker, Chas. Wittaker, Slim Whittiker, 'Slim' Whitaker, Charles 'Slim' Whittaker, Henry Whitaker, Slim Whittacker, Orbie Whitaker, Charles Whitaker, Slim Whittaker, Charles 'Slim' Whitaker, Slender Whitaker, Charles Orby 'Slim' Whitaker or Charles E. Whitaker was an American actor and cowboy. He had three children, Leota Whitaker Gandrau, June Whitaker and Charles Whitaker.
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Richard Cramer (July 3, 1889 Bryan-August 9, 1960 Los Angeles) also known as Richard Earl Cramer, Dick Cramer, Rychard Cramer, Dick Kramer or Richard Kramer was an American actor.
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Sammy White (May 28, 1894 Providence-March 3, 1960 Beverly Hills) also known as Sam White was an American actor, singer and comedian.
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Mark Scott (February 21, 1915 Illinois-July 13, 1960 Burbank) was an American actor and presenter.
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Lucien Littlefield (August 16, 1895 San Antonio-June 4, 1960 Hollywood) a.k.a. Lucien Lovell Littlefield, Lucien L. Littlefield or Lucian Littlefield was an American actor and screenwriter. He had one child, Constance Palmer Littlefield.
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Mack Sennett (January 17, 1880 Danville-November 5, 1960 Woodland Hills) also known as Michael Sinnott, Mack Sennet, Mr. Mack Sennett, Mikall Sinnott, Walter Terry or The King of Comedy was an American comedian, actor, film director, film producer, screenwriter, presenter, composer, cinematographer, film score composer, dancer, set designer, clown, singer and writer.
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Ward Bond (April 9, 1903 Benkelman-November 5, 1960 Dallas) also known as Wardell E. Bond, Ward, Wardell Edwin Bond or Wardell Edwin "Ward" Bond was an American actor and american football player.
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Matt Moore (January 8, 1888 Kells, County Meath-January 21, 1960 Hollywood) also known as Matthew Moore was an American actor and film director.
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Walter Catlett (February 4, 1889 San Francisco-November 14, 1960 Woodland Hills) also known as Walter L. Catlett was an American actor and vaudeville performer.
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Ian Keith (February 27, 1899 Boston-March 26, 1960 New York City) also known as Keith Ross was an American actor.
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Jacques Jaccard (September 11, 1886 New York City-July 24, 1960 Los Angeles) was an American film director, screenwriter and actor.
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Pierre Watkin (December 29, 1889 Sioux City-February 3, 1960 Hollywood) a.k.a. Pierre Frank Watkin, Pierre Watkins or Pierre F. Watkin was an American actor.
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Eddie Parker (December 12, 1900 Waukegan-January 20, 1960 Panorama City) otherwise known as Edwin Parker, Ed Parker or Eddy Parker was an American actor and stunt performer.
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Harry Tenbrook (October 9, 1887 Oslo-September 4, 1960 Woodland Hills) also known as Harry Tennebrook or Henry Olaf Hansen was an American actor.
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Al Thompson (September 21, 1884 Philadelphia-March 1, 1960 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Albert Thompson was an American actor and stunt performer.
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Carl Harbaugh (November 10, 1886 Washington, D.C.-February 26, 1960 Hollywood) was an American screenwriter, film director and actor.
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Robert P. Kerr (October 9, 1892 Burlington-September 5, 1960 Porterville) a.k.a. Robert Kerr was an American screenwriter, film director and actor.
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John Miljan (November 9, 1892 Lead-January 24, 1960 Hollywood) also known as Jovan Miljanovic, Jovan Miljanović, John Mildžan, Džon Mildžan or Miljanovic Jovan was an American actor. He had two children, Creighton Hale Jr. and Robert Lowe Hale.
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Mahlon Hamilton (June 15, 1880 Baltimore-June 20, 1960 Woodland Hills) also known as Mahlon Preston Hamilton Jr. was an American actor.
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Basil Ruysdael (July 24, 1888 Jersey City-October 10, 1960 Hollywood) a.k.a. Basil Milspaugh Ruys or Basil Spaulding Millspaugh was an American actor and opera singer.
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Gregory Ratoff (April 20, 1897 Samara-December 14, 1960 Solothurn) also known as Gregory the Great or Gregoire Ratoff was an American actor, film director, film producer and screenwriter.
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Edward Brophy (February 27, 1895 New York City-May 27, 1960 Pacific Palisades) otherwise known as Eddie Brophy, Ed Brophy, Edward S. Brophy or Edward S. Brody was an American actor, comedian, voice actor and film director.
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Lee Duncan was an American actor and character actor.
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Alfred E. Green (July 11, 1889 Perris-September 4, 1960 Hollywood) also known as Alfred E. Greene, Al Green, Al or Alfred Green was an American film director, actor, television director and film producer. He had three children, Hilton A. Green, Marshall Green and Douglas Green.
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Oscar O'Shea (October 8, 1881 Peterborough-April 6, 1960 Hollywood) was an American actor.
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Lawrence Tibbett (November 16, 1896 Bakersfield-July 15, 1960 New York City) also known as Lawrence Mervil Tibbet or Larry was an American actor and opera singer. He had three children, Lawrence Jr. Tibbett, Richard Mackay Tibbett and Michael Edward Tibbett.
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Clark Gable (February 1, 1901 Cadiz-November 16, 1960 West Hollywood) a.k.a. William Clark Gable, Gabe, The King, Pa, The King of Hollywood, Clark, William or W. C. Gable was an American actor. He had two children, Judy Lewis and John Clark Gable.
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Richard Cromwell (January 8, 1910 Long Beach-October 11, 1960 Hollywood) also known as LeRoy Melvin Radabaugh, Dick Cromwell, Dick, Roy Radabaugh or Roy was an American actor.
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Louis Jean Heydt (April 17, 1903 Montclair-January 29, 1960 Boston) also known as Louis Heydt was an American actor.
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Douglas Spencer (February 10, 1910 Princeton-October 6, 1960 Los Angeles) also known as William Henry Mesenkop or William Henry Messenkop was an American actor.
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Arthur L. Jarrett (February 5, 1884 Marysville-June 12, 1960 New York City) otherwise known as Arthur Jarrett, Arthur L. Jarrett Sr., Arthur Jarett, Art Jarrett, Arthur Jarret Sr. or Art Jarrett Sr. was an American screenwriter, actor and playwright. His child is called Art Jarrett.
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Dick Gilbert (July 12, 1889 Knox County-May 6, 1960 Goldfield) a.k.a. Richard Lewis Gilbert or Fighting Dick Gilbert was an American actor.
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William Bowman (February 27, 1884 Bakersville-January 1, 1960 San Diego County) otherwise known as William J. Bowman was an American film director and actor.
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Bull Durham (June 27, 1877 New Oxford-June 28, 1960 Bentley) also known as Louis Durham, Louis J. Durham, Lewis Durham, Lou Durham, Louis Durnham, Bill Durham, Louis Raphael Durham or Louis Raphael Staub was an American baseball player and actor.
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Joseph N. Welch (October 22, 1890 Primghar-October 6, 1960 Cape Cod Hospital) also known as Joseph Nye Welch was an American lawyer and actor. He had two children, Lyndon Welch and Joe Welch.
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Bud Duncan (October 31, 1883 Brooklyn-November 25, 1960 Los Angeles) a.k.a. A. E. Duncan or Albert Edward Duncan was an American actor.
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Albert Howson (February 3, 1881 Brooklyn-August 2, 1960 Forest Hills) otherwise known as Albert S. Howson or Albert Sydney Howson was an American actor and screenwriter.
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Paul Willis (April 9, 1901 Chicago-November 3, 1960 Los Angeles) was an American actor.
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Jimmy Savo (July 31, 1892 New York City-September 5, 1960 Terni) otherwise known as James Vincent Sava was an American actor, comedian, entertainer, mime artist and author.
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Franklin Pierce Adams (November 15, 1881 Chicago-March 23, 1960 New York City) a.k.a. Franklin P. Adams or F.P.A. was an American journalist and actor.
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Frank Trenholm Coffyn (October 24, 1878 Charleston-December 10, 1960 Palo Alto) otherwise known as Frank Coffyn was an American actor. His children are called Nancy Lou Coffyn and Kingsland Coffyn.
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