Here are 36 famous actors from United States of America died in Cerebral hemorrhage:
D. W. Griffith (January 22, 1875 La Grange-July 23, 1948 Hollywood) also known as D.W. Griffith, David Llewelyn Wark Griffith, David Llewelyn Wark, David W. Griffith, Victor Marier, Roy Sinclair, Captain Victor Marier, Gaston de Tolignac, M. Gaston de Tolignac, Granville Hicks, Capt. Victor Marier, Granville Warwick, David Wark Griffith, Lawrence Griffith, Irene Sinclair, "D. W." Griffith, David Llewelyn Wark "D. W." Griffith, the father of film technique, the man who invented Hollywood, the Shakespeare of the screen, the teacher of us all, the father of film or Mr. Griffith was an American film director, film producer, actor, screenwriter and playwright.
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Cary Grant (January 18, 1904 Horfield-November 29, 1986 Davenport) also known as Archibald Alexander Leach, Mr. Cary Grant, Archibald Leach or Archie Leach was an American actor. He had one child, Jennifer Grant.
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Marlin McKeever (January 1, 1940 Cheyenne-October 27, 2006 Long Beach) also known as Marlin Thomas McKeever was an American american football player, actor and stockbroker. He had four children, Marlin Jr. McKeever, Kellee McKeever, David McKeever and Michelle McKeever.
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Frank Thomas (September 5, 1912 Fresno-September 8, 2004 La Cañada Flintridge) also known as The Firehouse Five Plus 2, The Firehouse Five Plus Two, Franklin Thomas, Firehouse Five Plus Two, Franklin Rosborough Thomas, Franklin Rosborough "Frank" Thomas or Frank was an American animator, actor, voice actor, writer and songwriter. He had four children, Theodore Thomas, Doug Thomas, Gregg Thomas and Ann Thomas.
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Lloyd Bacon (December 4, 1889 San Jose-November 15, 1955 Burbank) otherwise known as Lloyd Francis Bacon was an American film director, actor and screenwriter. His children are called Frank Bacon and Betsey Bacon.
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Richard Carlson (April 29, 1912 Albert Lea-November 25, 1977 Encino) also known as Dick, Richard Dutoit Carlson or Richard D. Carlson was an American screenwriter, film director, actor, television director and teacher. He had two children, Richard Henry Carlson and Christopher Hugh Carlson.
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Elmer Clifton (March 14, 1890 Toronto-October 15, 1949 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Elmer S. Pond, Elmer Pond, Elmer Forsyth or Elmer Clifford was an American film director, actor, screenwriter and film producer. He had one child, Dorinda Clifton.
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John G. Adolfi (February 19, 1888 New York City-May 11, 1933 British Columbia) a.k.a. John Adolfi, Jack Adolfi or Jack was an American film director, actor and screenwriter.
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Richard Loo (October 1, 1903 Maui-November 20, 1983 Los Angeles) was an American actor. He had three children, Beverly Jane Loo, Angeles Marie Loo and Christel Hope Mintz.
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Clarence Muse (October 14, 1889 Baltimore-October 13, 1979 Perris) a.k.a. Dr. Muse was an American actor, film score composer, screenwriter, film director, lawyer and songwriter.
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Robert McKim (August 26, 1886 San Francisco-June 4, 1927 Hollywood) was an American actor.
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Russell Bassett (October 24, 1845 Milwaukee-May 8, 1918 New York City) was an American actor. He had two children, Albert Bassett and Arthur Russell Bassett.
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Herschel Mayall (July 12, 1863 Bowling Green-June 10, 1941 Detroit) otherwise known as J. Herschel Mayall, Herschel Mayall Jr. or Hershal Mayall was an American actor.
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James W. Horne (December 14, 1881 San Francisco-June 29, 1942 Hollywood) also known as James Horne, James Wesley Horne, Abdul Kasim K'Horne or J. Wesley Horne was an American film director, screenwriter and actor. He had three children, June Horne, James Horne Jr. and Victoria Horne.
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Edward Arnold (February 18, 1890 Lower East Side-April 26, 1956 Encino) a.k.a. Gunther Edward Arnold Schneider, Gunther Schneider or Ed Arnold was an American actor and author. He had three children, Edward Arnold Jr., Jane Arnold and Elizabeth Arnold.
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Gary Coleman (February 8, 1968 Zion-May 28, 2010 Provo) also known as Gary Wayne Coleman was an American actor and voice actor.
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Hale Hamilton (February 28, 1880 Topeka-May 19, 1942 Hollywood) also known as Hale Rice Hamilton was an American actor, film producer and writer.
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Fred F. Sears (July 7, 1913 Boston-November 30, 1957 Hollywood) also known as Frederick Francis Sears or Fred Sears was an American film director and actor.
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Robert Benchley (September 15, 1889 Worcester-November 21, 1945 New York City) a.k.a. Robert Charles Benchley, Bob Benchley, Brighton Perry, Bob or Guy Fawkes was an American comedian, writer, critic, actor, humorist and screenwriter. He had two children, Nathaniel Benchley and Robert Benchley, Jr..
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Mantan Moreland (September 3, 1902 Monroe-September 28, 1973 Hollywood) a.k.a. Manton Moreland, Moreland, Carter & Moreland, Man Tan Moreland or Manten Moreland was an American actor, comedian and vaudeville performer. He had one child, Marcella Moreland.
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Lane Bradford (August 29, 1922 Yonkers-June 7, 1973 Honolulu) also known as John Myrtland Le Varre Jr. or Lance Bradford was an American actor.
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Del Moore (May 14, 1916 Pensacola-August 30, 1970 Encino) a.k.a. Marion Delbridge Moore was an American actor, comedian and radio announcer. He had three children, Laura Moore, Lesli Moore and Del Moore Jr..
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Nelson Eddy (June 29, 1901 Providence-March 6, 1967 Palm Beach) a.k.a. Nelson Ackerman Eddy, Eddy, Nelson, The Singing Capon, Nels, The Baritone or Bricktop was an American singer and actor. He had one child, Jon Eddy.
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Victor Young (August 8, 1900 Chicago-November 10, 1956 Palm Springs) was an American composer, conductor, film score composer, violinist, music arranger and actor.
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Julian Eltinge (May 14, 1881 Newtonville-March 7, 1941 New York City) also known as William Julian Dalton, William Dalton or Mr. Lillian Russell was an American actor and drag queen.
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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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Curly Howard (October 22, 1903 Bensonhurst-January 18, 1952 San Gabriel) a.k.a. Jerome Lester Horwitz, Curley Howard, Curley, The 3 Stooges, Curly, Babe, The Three Stooges, Three Stooges, Howard, Jerry Howard, Jerome Lester "Jerry" Horwitz, Yehudah Lev ben Shlomo Natan ha Levi or Fine and Howard was an American comedian and actor. He had two children, Janie Howard and Marilyn Howard.
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Johnny Olson (May 22, 1910 Windom-October 12, 1985 Santa Monica) otherwise known as John Leonard Olson, John Leonard "Johnny" Olson, John or Johnny O was an American announcer and actor.
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Joseph Kearns (February 12, 1907 Salt Lake City-February 17, 1962 Los Angeles) also known as Joe Kearns or Joseph Sherrard Kearns was an American actor and voice actor.
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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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Jefferson Osborne (September 25, 1872 Bay City-June 11, 1932 California) also known as J.W. Schroeder, Jeff Osborne or Jefferson Osbourne was an American actor.
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Harry Langdon (June 15, 1884 Council Bluffs-December 22, 1944 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Harry Philmore Langdon or The Sad Clown was an American actor, screenwriter, comedian, film producer, film director and mime artist. His child is called Harry Philmore Langdon.
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Michael O'Donoghue (January 5, 1940 Sauquot-November 8, 1994 New York City) a.k.a. Michael Henry Donohue, Michael. O'Donoghue, Mr. Mike, Michael 'Bud' O'Donoghue or Edith Wharton was an American writer, journalist, screenwriter, editor, actor, television producer, playwright, songwriter and composer.
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Jim Gilliam (October 17, 1928 Nashville-October 8, 1978 Inglewood) was an American baseball player and actor.
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Christopher Collins (August 30, 1949 Orange-June 12, 1994 Ventura) also known as Chris Collins, Chris Latta, Christopher Latta, Christopher Charles Collins or Christopher Lawrence Latta was an American comedian, actor and voice actor. He had two children, Ben Collins and Abigail Collins.
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Richard Heffner (August 5, 1925-December 17, 2013 New York City) otherwise known as Richard D Heffner was an American actor and tv personality. He had one child, Daniel J. Heffner.
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