Here are 50 famous actors from United States of America died in 1969:
Georges Renavent (April 23, 1894 Paris-January 2, 1969 Guadalajara) also known as George Renevant, George Renavent, Georges Renevant, Georges de Cheux or George Renevent was an American actor. He had one child, Francette Paretti.
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Spencer Williams (July 14, 1893 Vidalia-December 13, 1969 Los Angeles) also known as Spencer Williams Jr. was an American actor, film director, screenwriter, soldier and film producer.
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William Gould (May 2, 1886 Ontario-May 15, 1969 Long Beach) also known as William N. Gould, William Howard Gould, Wililam H. Gould, Bill Gould or Wm. Gould was an American actor.
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Rex Ingram (October 20, 1895 Cairo-September 19, 1969 Hollywood) also known as Rex (Clifford) Ingram or Clifford Ingram was an American actor and physician.
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Harry Benham (February 26, 1884 Valparaiso-July 17, 1969 Sarasota) also known as Earl was an American singer and actor. He had two children, Leland Benham and Dorothy Benham.
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Frank Ellis (February 26, 1897 Newkirk-February 23, 1969 Los Angeles) also known as Frank Birney Ellis, Frank Ellie or Frank B. Ellis was an American actor.
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Neal Burns (June 26, 1892 Bristol-October 3, 1969 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Neil Burns was an American screenwriter, actor and film director.
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Roy Barcroft (September 7, 1902 Crab Orchard-November 28, 1969 Woodland Hills) also known as Howard Clifford Ravenscroft, Big Roy, Roy Bancroft, Howard Harold Ravenscroft or Howard H. Ravenscroft was an American actor.
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Robert Taylor (August 5, 1911 Filley-June 8, 1969 Saint John's Health Center) otherwise known as Spangler Arlington Brugh, Lt. Robert Taylor U.S.N.R., Lieut Robert Taylor USNR, The New King, "The Man with the Perfect Profile", Bob, Arly, Steve or Bill was an American actor. His children are called Tessa Taylor, Terrance Taylor, Michael Thiess and Manuela Thiess.
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Rod La Rocque (November 29, 1898 Chicago-October 15, 1969 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. Roderick La Rocque de la Rour, Roderick La Rocque, Rodney La Rocque, Bob La Rock, Roderick La Rock, Rodney LaRocque, Roderick LaRocque, Rodney La Rock, Rod LaRocque, Richard La Rocque or George De Winter was an American actor and real estate broker.
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Barton MacLane (December 25, 1902 Columbia-January 1, 1969 Santa Monica) also known as Barton McLane, Barton Mac Lane, Ernest Barton MacLane or Barton Maclane was an American actor, playwright and screenwriter. His children are called William MacLane and Martha MacLane.
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Shelby Storck (October 3, 1916 Kansas City-April 5, 1969 St. Louis) also known as Shelby William Storck was an American writer, journalist, actor, screenwriter and film producer.
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Kam Tong (December 18, 1906 San Francisco-November 8, 1969 Costa Mesa) was an American actor.
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Charles Winninger (May 26, 1884 Athens-January 27, 1969 Palm Springs) otherwise known as Charlie Winninger or Karl Winninger was an American actor, comedian and singer.
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Forrest Stanley (August 21, 1889 New York City-August 27, 1969 Los Angeles) also known as F.M. Stanley was an American actor and screenwriter.
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Roy D'Arcy (February 10, 1894 San Francisco-November 15, 1969 Redlands) a.k.a. Roy Francis Giusti, D'Arcy, Roy D'arcy or Roy Giusti was an American actor.
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Dave O'Brien (May 31, 1912 Big Spring-November 8, 1969 Santa Catalina Island) also known as David Poole Fronabarger, Dave Tex O'Brien, David O'Brien, Dave Barclay, Tex O'Brien, Dave O'Brian, Dave 'Tex' O'Brien, David Barclay, Tex' O'Brien, Tex Dave O'Brien or Tex was an American film director, actor, screenwriter, writer and stunt performer. He had five children, Wendy Fronabarger, Jib Fronabarger, Skippy Fronabarger, Pam Fronabarger and Patty Fronabarger.
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Paul Birch (January 13, 1912 Atmore-May 24, 1969 St. George's) also known as Paul Smith or Paul Lowery Smith was an American actor. His children are called Jennifer Birch, Don Birch, Michael Birch and Cindy Luke Birch.
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Jack Ingram (November 15, 1902 Frankfort-February 20, 1969 Canoga Park) otherwise known as John Samuel Ingram, Jack Ingraham or Jack Ingrahm was an American actor.
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Charles Judels (August 17, 1882 Amsterdam-February 14, 1969 San Francisco) otherwise known as Charles Judells or Charles Judel was an American actor.
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Erskine Sanford (November 19, 1885 Trinidad-July 7, 1969 Los Angeles) was an American actor.
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George "Gabby" Hayes (May 7, 1885 Stannards-February 9, 1969 Burbank) also known as Gabby Hayes, Gabby, 'Gabby' Hayes, George Francis "Gabby" Hayes, George Francis Hayes, Geo. F. Hayes, Geo. S. Hayes, George F. Hayes, George Hayes or George Hays was an American actor.
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Peter van Eyck (July 16, 1911 Kamienny Jaz-July 15, 1969 Männedorf) a.k.a. Gotz Von Eick, Götz von Eick, Peter Van Eyck or Peter Götz von Eick was an American actor. He had three children, Claudia van Eyck, Kristina van Eyck and Shelley Scott.
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John Boles (October 28, 1895 Greenville-February 27, 1969 San Angelo) otherwise known as John Love Boles was an American actor and singer. He had two children, Frances Marcelita Boles and Janet Boles.
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Josh White (February 11, 1914 Greenville-September 6, 1969 Manhasset) otherwise known as Joshua White, White, Josh, Joshua Daniel White, Pinewood Tom, Tippy Barton or Josh White was an American singer, songwriter, actor, guitarist and civil rights activist. He had five children, Josh White Jr., Blondell White, Julianne White, Carolyn White and Judy White.
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Julian Claman (November 27, 2014 United States of America-April 24, 1969) was an American writer, actor and television producer. His child is called Katharine Claman.
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Stanley Andrews (August 28, 1891 Chicago-June 23, 1969 Los Angeles) also known as Stanley Andrzejewski, Stan Andrews, The Old Ranger or Stanley Martin Andrzejewski was an American actor and radio personality.
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Abe Simon (May 30, 1913 Long Island-October 24, 1969 New York) a.k.a. Abraham Simon, "Long Island" Abe Simon, "Big" Abe Simon, "Skyscrapper" Abe Simon or The Ape was an American actor and professional boxer.
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Johnnie Morris (June 15, 1887 New York City-October 7, 1969 Hollywood) a.k.a. Johnny Morris, John Morris Erickson or John Morris was an American actor.
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Raymond Walburn (September 9, 1887 Plymouth-July 26, 1969 New York City) also known as Ray Walburn was an American actor.
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Lloyd Corrigan (October 16, 1900 San Francisco-November 5, 1969 Woodland Hills) was an American screenwriter, actor, film director and film producer.
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Leo Gorcey (June 3, 1917 New York City-June 2, 1969 Oakland) also known as Leo B. Gorcey or Leo Bernard Gorcey was an American actor. He had three children, Leo Gorcey Jr., Brandy Jo and Jan Gorcey.
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Richard Crane (June 6, 1918 New Castle-March 9, 1969 San Fernando Valley) also known as Richard O. Crane, Dick Crane, Richard Ollie Crane or Tyler Belcher was an American actor.
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Wilton Graff (August 13, 1903 St. Louis-January 13, 1969 Pacific Palisades) a.k.a. Milton Graff or Wilton Calvert Ratcliffe was an American actor. He had one child, Nancy Graff.
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Ben Alexander (June 27, 1911 Goldfield-August 6, 1969 Hollywood) also known as Nicholas Benton Alexander, Bennie Alexander, Benny Alexander, Alexander or Nicholas Benton Alexander III was an American actor and businessperson. He had three children, Lesley Alexander, Bradford Alexander and Nicholas Jr. Alexander.
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Bud Collyer (June 18, 1908 New York City-September 8, 1969 Greenwich) otherwise known as Clayton Johnson Heermance Jr. or Clayton Johnson Heermance, Jr. was an American actor, voice actor, announcer, game show host and tv personality. He had two children, Michael Collyer and Cynthia Collyer.
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Eddie Kane (August 12, 1889 St. Louis-April 30, 1969 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Anderson, Ed Kane, Edward Kane or Kane was an American actor.
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Jeffrey Hunter (November 25, 1926 New Orleans-May 27, 1969 Los Angeles) also known as Henry Herman McKinnies Jr., Henry Herman “Hank” McKinnies, Jeff Hunter or Hank McKinnies was an American actor. His children are called Scott Hunter, Steele Hunter, Todd Hunter and Christopher Hunter.
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Emmett Vogan (September 27, 1893 Lima-October 6, 1969 Woodland Hills) also known as Charles Emmet Vogan, Emmet Vogan or Charles Emmett Vogan was an American actor.
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Ralph Staub (July 21, 1899 Chicago-October 22, 1969 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Ralph B. Staub was an American screenwriter, film producer, film director, film editor and actor.
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Tommy Edwards (February 17, 1922 Richmond-October 22, 1969 Henrico County) otherwise known as Edwards, Tommy or Thomas Edwards was an American singer, songwriter, musician and actor.
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Sidney Meyers (March 9, 1906 New York City-December 4, 1969 New York City) also known as Robert Stebbins was an American film editor, film director, screenwriter, actor and film producer. He had one child, Nicholas Meyers.
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James Anderson (July 13, 1921 Wetumpka-September 14, 1969 Billings) otherwise known as Kyle James, James Anderson or Jim Anderson was an American actor.
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Charles Perry (November 27, 2014 Savannah-November 27, 1969) a.k.a. Charles Emmett Perry or Charles E. Perry was an American writer and actor. He had one child, Charles Perry Jr..
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Fred Sherman (May 14, 1905 South Dakota-May 20, 1969 Woodland Hills) also known as Clarence E. Kolegraff, Fred E. Sherman or Freddy Sherman was an American actor.
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Donald Keith (September 6, 1903 Boston-August 1, 1969 Los Angeles) also known as Francis Feeney or Eugene O'Brien was an American actor.
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Howard McNear (January 27, 1905 Los Angeles-January 3, 1969 San Fernando) also known as Howard Terbell McNear was an American actor and voice actor. His child is called Christopher McNear.
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Booker Pittman (March 3, 1909 Fairmount Heights-October 19, 1969 São Paulo) also known as Pitman or Buca was an American film score composer, actor and musician.
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Anson Weeks (February 14, 1896 Oakland-February 7, 1969 Sacramento) also known as The Anson Weeks Orchestra or Anson Weeks and His Orchestra was an American actor.
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William F. Haddock (November 27, 1877 Portsmouth-June 30, 1969 New York City) otherwise known as William Haddock, William Frederick Haddock or Silent Bill was an American film director and actor.
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