Here are 28 famous actors from United States of America died in Stomach cancer:
Brownie McGhee (November 30, 1915 Knoxville-February 16, 1996 Oakland) also known as Walter "Brownie" McGhee, Walter Brown McGhee, Walter McGhee, Walter Brown ("Brownie") McGhee, Blind Boy Fuller No. 2. or Brownie McGee was an American singer, musician, actor and film score composer.
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John Wayne (May 26, 1907 Winterset-June 11, 1979 Los Angeles) also known as Marion Robert Morrison, Duke Morrison, Marion Mitchell Morrison, Marion Michael Morrison, Michael Morris, Marion Morrison, Duke, JW, Little Duke or The Duke was an American actor, film director, film producer and businessperson. He had seven children, Michael Wayne, Patrick Wayne, Ethan Wayne, Mary Antonia Wayne LaCava, Aissa Wayne, Melinda Wayne Munoz and Marisa Wayne.
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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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Fred Rogers (March 20, 1928 Latrobe-February 27, 2003 Pittsburgh) also known as Mister Rogers, Fred McFeely Rogers, Frederick McFeely Rogers or Mr. Rogers was an American educator, songwriter, television producer, author, screenwriter, presenter, actor, minister, television show host and voice actor. His children are called James Byrd Rogers and John Frederick Rogers.
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Julian Beck (May 31, 1925 Washington Heights-September 14, 1985 New York City) was an American writer, poet, actor, theatre director and painter. He had two children, Garrick Beck and Isha Beck.
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Don O'Kelly (March 17, 1924 Brooklyn-October 2, 1966 Culver City) also known as Don Kelly, Donald Patrick Kelly or Donald O'Kelly was an American actor. He had three children, Michael David Kelly, Brent Robert Kelly and Raymond Joseph Kelly.
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James Baldwin (August 2, 1924 Harlem-December 1, 1987 Saint Paul de Vence) otherwise known as James Arthur Baldwin was an American writer, novelist, poet, playwright, essayist, activist and actor.
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Jack Mercer (January 13, 1910 New York City-December 7, 1984 Woodside) a.k.a. Winfield B. Mercer was an American animator, screenwriter, actor and voice actor.
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John Ford (February 1, 1894 Cape Elizabeth-August 31, 1973 Palm Desert) also known as John Martin Feeney, Uncle Jack, The Admiral, Jack, Pappy, Coach, John M. Feeney, Jack Ford, Rear Admiral John Ford USNVR Ret., Commander John Ford, John Ford Captain U.S.N.R., Lt. Cmdr. John Ford U.S.N.R., The Liberal Democrat at Republic, Sean Aloysius O'Feeny, Sean Aloysius O'Fearna, Bull, Sean Aloysius, John Martin O'Feeney, John Martin "Jack" Feeney or Jack Francis was an American film director, film producer, actor, screenwriter, writer and cinematographer. He had two children, Barbara Ford and Patrick Ford.
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Sydney Pollack (July 1, 1934 Lafayette-May 26, 2008 Pacific Palisades) also known as Sydney Irwin Pollack, Sidney Pollack or Sidney Pollock was an American film producer, film director, actor, television producer, television director and voice actor. His children are called Rebecca Pollack, Rachel Pollack and Steven Pollack.
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Pancho Gonzales (May 9, 1928 Los Angeles-July 3, 1995 Las Vegas) also known as Richard Gonzalez, Ricardo Alonso González, Pancho González, Richard Alonzo Gonzales, Gorgo or Pancho was an American tennis player and actor. He had two children, Skylar Gonzales and Jeanna Lynn Gonzales.
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Allen Ludden (October 5, 1917 Mineral Point-June 9, 1981 Los Angeles) also known as Allen Ellsworth, Allen Packard Ellsworth or Allen Ellsworth Ludden was an American game show host, actor, presenter and tv personality. He had three children, David Ludden, Martha Ludden and Sarah Ludden.
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Eric Sevareid (November 26, 1912 Velva-July 9, 1992 Washington, D.C.) also known as Arnold Eric Sevareid or Eric Severeid was an American writer, journalist, commentator, actor and screenwriter.
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Nipsey Russell (September 15, 1918 Atlanta-October 2, 2005 New York City) a.k.a. Russell, Nipsey, Npsey Rusell, Julius "Nipsey" Russell, Julius Russell, Nipsy Russell, The Poet Laureate of Comedy, The Poet Laureate of Television, Harlem's Son of Fun or Nipsey was an American actor.
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Jack Gilford (July 25, 1907 Lower East Side-June 4, 1990 New York City) a.k.a. Jacob Aaron Gellman, Gilford, Jack or Yankel Gellman was an American actor and comedian. He had three children, Joe Gilford, Lisa Gilford and Sam Max Gilford.
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Louis Wolheim (March 28, 1880 New York City-February 18, 1931 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Louis Wolhelm, Louis Walheim, L. Robert Wolheim, L. Walheim, Louis W. Wolheim or Louis R. Wolheim was an American actor, teacher and screenwriter.
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Ken Maynard (July 21, 1895 Vevay-March 23, 1973 Woodland Hills) a.k.a. Kenneth Olin Maynard or Kenneth Olin "Ken" Maynard was an American actor, film producer and stunt performer.
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Tom Tryon (January 14, 1926 Hartford-September 4, 1991 Los Angeles) also known as Thomas Tryon was an American writer and actor.
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Roscoe Lee Browne (May 2, 1925 Woodbury-April 11, 2007 Los Angeles) also known as Roscoe Brown or Roscoe Lee Brown was an American actor, theatre director, voice actor and teacher.
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Coy Watson, Jr. (November 16, 1912 Los Angeles-March 14, 2009 Alpine) a.k.a. James Caughey Watson, The Keystone Kid, Coy, James Caughey Watson Jr. or James Caughey "Coy" Watson, Jr. was an American actor, photographer and camera operator.
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Ronnie James Dio (July 10, 1942 Portsmouth-May 16, 2010 Los Angeles) also known as Dio, Ronnie James, Ronald James Padovana, Ronald Padavona, Dio or Ronnie Dio was an American singer, musician, singer-songwriter, record producer, screenwriter, actor and songwriter. His child is called Dan Padavona.
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Ted Thurston (January 9, 1917 Saint Paul-July 23, 1994) was an American actor.
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DeVeren Bookwalter (September 8, 1939 Brookville-July 23, 1987 New York City) a.k.a. De Veren Bookwalter was an American actor. His child is called County Wilder Bookwalter.
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Chief Thundercloud (April 12, 1899 Muskogee-December 1, 1955 Ventura) also known as Victor Daniels, Thunder Cloud, Chief Thunder-Cloud, Thundercloud Marques, Chief Thunder Cloud or Chief 'Tonto' Thundercloud was an American actor and stunt performer.
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Jerry Ito (July 12, 1927 New York City-July 9, 2007 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Gerald Tamekichi Itō, Gerald Tamekichi Itô or Jelly Ito was an American actor.
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Morgan Paull (December 15, 1944 New York City-July 17, 2012 Ashland) also known as Morgan Paul was an American actor and voice actor.
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Stephen Oliver (November 29, 1941 Philadelphia-March 5, 2008 Big Bear City) also known as Steve Oliver or Stephen Oliver Welzig was an American actor. His children are called Austin Oliver, Alexia Oliver and Brittany Oliver.
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Clifford Odets (July 18, 1906 Philadelphia-August 14, 1963 Los Angeles) was an American screenwriter, playwright, film director, theatre director and actor. He had two children, Nora Odets and Walt Whitman Odets.
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