Here are 50 famous actors from United States of America died in 1971:
Edmund Lowe (March 3, 1890 San Jose-April 21, 1971 Woodland Hills) also known as Edmund Dantes Lowe, Eddie or Eddie Lowe was an American actor.
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Hallam Cooley (February 8, 1895 Brooklyn-March 20, 1971 Tiburon) a.k.a. Hal Cooley, Hal or Mr. Cooley was an American actor.
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Broncho Billy Anderson (March 21, 1880 Pine Bluff-January 20, 1971 South Pasadena) also known as Max H. Aronson, Gilbert Maxell Aronson, Gilbert M. "Broncho Billy" Anderson, Maxwell Henry Aronson, Gilbert M. Anderson, Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, Bronco Billy Anderson, G. M. Anderson, G.M. Anderson, George M. Anderson, George Anderson, Gilbert Anderson, Max Aronson or G.M.Anderson was an American actor, writer, film producer and film director. He had one child, Maxine Aronson.
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William "Billy" Costello (February 2, 1898 Rhode Island-October 9, 1971 San Jose) also known as William A. Costello was an American actor.
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Horace McMahon (May 17, 1906 South Norwalk-August 17, 1971 Norwalk) also known as Horace MacMahon was an American actor.
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C. Denier Warren (July 29, 1889 Chicago-August 27, 1971 Torquay) also known as Denier Warren was an American actor and screenwriter.
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Al Ferguson (April 19, 1888 Rosslare Strand-December 4, 1971 Long Beach) also known as Al Fergusan, A.G. Ferguson or Alfred Ferguson was an American actor and film director.
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Selmer Jackson (May 7, 1888 Lake Mills-March 30, 1971 Burbank) a.k.a. Selmer Adolph Jackson or Selmar Jackson was an American actor.
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Billy Gilbert (September 12, 1894 Louisville-September 23, 1971 Los Angeles) a.k.a. William Gilbert Barron, The Schmaltz Brothers, William Gilbert or Gilbert was an American comedian, actor, playwright, theatrical producer, theatre director and film director. He had one child, Barry Gilbert.
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Matt McHugh (January 22, 1894 Connellsville-February 22, 1971 Northridge) also known as Mathew O. McHugh or Mat McHugh was an American actor.
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Roy Glenn (June 3, 1914 Pittsburg-March 12, 1971 Los Angeles) also known as Roy E. Glenn, Sr, Roy Glen, Roy Glenn Sr., Roy E. Glenn or Roy Glenn sr was an American actor and character actor.
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Paul Lukas (May 26, 1891 Budapest-August 15, 1971 Tangier) a.k.a. Pál Lukács, PÃ¡l LukÃ¡cs, Lukács Pál or Paul Lukacs was an American actor.
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Harold Lloyd (April 20, 1893 Burchard-March 8, 1971 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. Harold Clayton Lloyd, harold_lloyd, Hal Lloyd, Speedy or Harold Clayton Lloyd, Sr. was an American actor, film producer, film director, screenwriter, comedian and stunt performer. He had three children, Harold Lloyd Jr., Gloria Lloyd and Marjorie Elisabeth Lloyd.
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Pete Duel (February 24, 1940 Rochester-December 31, 1971 Hollywood) also known as Peter Ellstrom Deuel, Peter E. Deuel, Peter Deuel or Pete Deuel was an American actor.
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Van Heflin (December 13, 1910 Walters-July 23, 1971 Hollywood) also known as Emmett Evan Heflin Jr., United States Army Air Force Reserve Lt. Van Heflin, Lt. Van Heflin A.A.F. Ret., Emmett van Heflin Jr., Emmett Evan Heflin, Evan Heflin or Emmett Evan"Van" Heflin jr. was an American actor and soldier. He had three children, Vana O'Brien, Tracy Heflin and Kate Heflin.
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John Dall (May 26, 1918 New York City-January 15, 1971 Hollywood) a.k.a. John Dall Thompson or John Jenner Thompson was an American actor.
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Thomas Gomez (July 10, 1905 New York City-June 18, 1971 Santa Monica) a.k.a. Sabino Tomas Gomez, S. Thomas Gomez or Thomas Sabino Gomez was an American actor.
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Jay C. Flippen (March 6, 1899 Little Rock-February 3, 1971 Los Angeles) otherwise known as J.C.Flippen, J.C. Flippen or J. C. Flippen was an American actor and singer.
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David Burns (June 22, 1902 Mott Street-March 12, 1971 Philadelphia) also known as Dave Burns was an American actor and singer.
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James Westerfield (March 22, 1913 Nashville-September 20, 1971 Woodland Hills) a.k.a. James A. Westerfield was an American actor, theatrical set designer, theatre director and theatrical producer.
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Chester Conklin (January 11, 1886 Oskaloosa-October 11, 1971 Van Nuys) also known as Chester Cooper Conklin, The Keystone Kops, the Original Keystone Kops or Chet was an American comedian, actor, vaudeville performer and clown.
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Frank Wolff (May 11, 1928 San Francisco-December 12, 1971 Rome) a.k.a. Walter Frank Hermann Wolff was an American actor.
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Vincent Coleman (February 16, 1900 Louisiana-October 26, 1971 Los Angeles) was an American actor.
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Raymond Hatton (July 7, 1887 Red Oak-October 21, 1971 Palmdale) also known as Raymond William Hatton, Raymond W. Hatton, Ray Hatton or Raymond Hattan was an American actor and comedian.
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Stuart Holmes (March 10, 1884 Chicago-December 29, 1971 Hollywood) also known as Stewart Holmes, Joseph Liebchen, T. Arthur Holmes, Close-Up Holmes or Mr. Holmes was an American actor.
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Michael Romanoff (February 20, 1890 Lithuania-September 1, 1971 Los Angeles) also known as Hershel Geguzin, Prince Mike Romanoff, Henry Gerguson, Mike Romanoff, Prince Michael Romanoff, Harry F. Gerguson, Prince Michael Dimitri Alexandrovich Obolensky-Romanoff or Michael Alexander Obolensky was an American actor and restaurateur.
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Kermit Maynard (September 20, 1897 Vevay-January 16, 1971 North Hollywood) a.k.a. Tex Maynard, Kerm, A-Swizzle or Adrian Carrasco was an American actor and stunt performer. He had one child, William Maynard.
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Tenen Holtz (February 17, 1877 Rivne-July 1, 1971 Los Angeles County) also known as Elihu Tenenholz, Alexander Elihu Tenenholtz, Alex Tenenholtz, Elihu "Elye" Tenenholtz or Moishe McCarthy was an American actor. He had one child, Naomi Tenenholtz.
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Bert Roach (August 21, 1891 Washington, D.C.-February 16, 1971 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Egbert Roach was an American actor.
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Tor Johnson (October 19, 1903 Kalmar-May 12, 1971 San Fernando) a.k.a. Tor Johansson, The Super Swedish Angel, Thor Johnson or Karl Oscar Tore Johansson was an American actor and wrestler. He had one child, Karl Johnson.
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Robert Lowery (October 17, 1913 Kansas City-December 26, 1971 Los Angeles) also known as Robert Larkin Hanks, Robert Lowry, Bob Lowry or Bob Lowery was an American actor, singer and dancer. His child is called Robert Lowery Hanks.
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Jim Morrison (December 8, 1943 Melbourne-July 3, 1971 Paris) otherwise known as James Douglas Morrison, The Lizard King, Morrison, Jim, Mr. Mojo Risin, Erotic Politician, American Poet, Dionysus, Mr. Mojo Risin' or Jim was an American writer, singer, film director, poet, musician, songwriter, actor, film score composer and screenwriter.
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Harold Lloyd Jr. (January 25, 1931 Beverly Hills-June 9, 1971 North Hollywood) a.k.a. Duke, Harold Clayton Lloyd Jr., Harold Lloyd or Dukey was an American actor and singer.
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Hank Mann (May 28, 1888 Russia-November 25, 1971 South Pasadena) a.k.a. David William Lieberman, Hanke Mann or A. Mann was an American actor, comedian, film director and screenwriter.
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Cliff Edwards (June 14, 1895 Hannibal-July 17, 1971 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Clifton A. Edwards, Ukulele Ike, Cliff 'Ukelele Ike' Edwards, Cliff 'Ukulele Ike' Edwards, Ciff 'Ukulele Ike' Edwards or Ukelele Ike was an American singer, actor and voice actor.
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Percy Helton (January 31, 1894 New York City-September 11, 1971 Hollywood) a.k.a. Percy A. Helton, Percy Hilton or Percy Alfred Helton was an American actor.
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Walter Sande (July 9, 1906 Denver-November 22, 1971 Chicago) was an American actor and music director.
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Ted Lewis (June 6, 1890 Circleville-August 25, 1971 New York City) also known as Theodore Leopold Friedman, Ted Lewis and His Orchestra, Ted Lewis & His Orchestra, Lewis, Ted "Is Everybody Happy?" Lewis or Mr. Entertainment was an American singer, musician, bandleader, actor and entertainer.
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Louis Armstrong (August 4, 1901 New Orleans-July 6, 1971 Corona) a.k.a. Satchmo, Pops, Louis Armstrong: Satchmo, Armstrong, Louis (Satchmo), Armstrong, Louis, Armstrong Louis, Luis Armstrong, Louis Armostrong, Louis Amstrong, Louis Arnstrong, Louie Armstrong, Loouis Aemstrong, Louise Armstrong, Louis Daniel Armstrong, Louis Armstrong's Hot Seven, Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars, Satchel Mouth, Satch, Satchelmouth, Dippermouth, Dipper, Daniel Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, gate mouth, Dippermouth Blues or dipper mouth was an American singer, trumpeter, musician and actor. He had one child, Clarence Armstrong.
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Ralph Moody (November 5, 1886 St. Louis-September 6, 1971 Burbank) also known as Ralph R. Moody or Ralph Roy Moody was an American actor.
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Audie Murphy (June 20, 1925 Kingston-May 28, 1971 Catawba) also known as Audie Leon Murphy, Audie L. Murphy or Sgt. Audie Murphy was an American actor, soldier and songwriter. He had two children, Terrance Michael Murphy and James Shannon Murphy.
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Richard Kollmar (December 31, 1910 Ridgewood-January 7, 1971 New York City) also known as Richard Tompkins Kollmar or Dick Kollmar was an American actor, theatrical producer, businessperson, singer and radio personality. He had three children, Richard Kollmar Jr., Jill Kollmar and Kerry Kollmar.
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Schlitzie (September 10, 1901 The Bronx-September 24, 1971 Los Angeles) was an American actor.
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Kenny Washington (August 31, 1918 Los Angeles-June 24, 1971 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Kenneth S. Washington, Kingfish Washington, Kenneth S. "Kingfish" Washington, Kenneth Washington or Kenneth Stanley Washington was an American american football player, police officer and actor.
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John Tansey (October 8, 1901 New York City-April 28, 1971 North Hollywood) also known as John Tansie, Johnny Tansey, John Tansy or John Foster Tansey was an American actor, film director and screenwriter.
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Carleton G. Young (May 26, 1907 New York City-July 11, 1971 Santa Monica) also known as Carleton Young or Carleton Garrettson Young was an American actor. His children are called Tony Young, Penny Y. Gossner and Stephen Young.
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Joe Gray (May 5, 1912 Brooklyn-March 15, 1971 Durango) also known as Joseph W. Grey or Joe Grey was an American actor, stunt performer, athlete and professional boxer.
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Rodd Redwing (August 24, 1904 New York City-May 29, 1971 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Roderic Redwing, Rod Redwing, Rodric Red Wing, Redwing, Rodd Red Wing, Redd Redwing, Rodric Redwing or Red Wing was an American actor, gunfighter and coach.
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Michael O'Sullivan (March 4, 1934 Los Angeles-July 24, 1971 San Francisco) also known as Michael Patrick O'Sullivan was an American actor.
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Joe E. Lewis (January 12, 1902 New York City-June 4, 1971 New York City) also known as Joseph Klewan or Joe Lewis was an American comedian, singer and actor.
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