American movie stars died at 36

Here are 5 famous actors from United States of America died at 36:

GG Allin

GG Allin (August 29, 1956 Lancaster-June 28, 1993 New York City) a.k.a. G.G. Allin or Allin, GG was an American singer, musician, singer-songwriter and actor.

He died caused by drug overdose.

GG Allin was known for his outrageous behavior and controversial live performances, which often involved nudity, self-mutilation, and extreme violence. He was the lead singer of the band The Murder Junkies and released over 20 albums throughout his career. Allin's lyrics often dealt with taboo subjects such as death, sex, and violence. Despite his controversial reputation, he has gained a cult following in the punk rock community and has been cited as an influence by many musicians.

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Jack Pickford

Jack Pickford (August 18, 1896 Toronto-January 3, 1933 Paris) a.k.a. John Charles Smith, Johnny Pickford, Jack Smith or John Carl Smith was an American actor, film producer and film director.

He died in multiple neuritis.

Born to an acting family, Jack Pickford began his career on the stage before transitioning to film in the 1910s. He appeared in over 70 films throughout his career, including notable roles in "Tom Sawyer" (1917), "The Ghost House" (1922), and "The Covered Wagon" (1923). Pickford also co-founded the independent production company Pickford-Fairbanks Studios with his sister Mary Pickford and brother-in-law Douglas Fairbanks in 1919. He directed several films for the company, including "The Drums of Jeopardy" (1923) and "The Love Mart" (1927). Despite his success in the film industry, Pickford struggled with alcoholism and drug addiction throughout his life. He died in Paris at the age of 36 from complications related to his addiction.

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Nick Adams

Nick Adams (July 10, 1931 Nanticoke-February 7, 1968 Beverly Hills) also known as Nicholas Aloysius Adamshock, Nicholas Aloysius Adamschock or Nikku Adamusu was an American actor and screenwriter. He had two children, Jeb Stuart Adams and Allyson Adams.

He died in drug overdose.

Nick Adams rose to fame in the 1950s with films such as "Rebel Without a Cause", "The Rebel Set", and "Fury at Showdown". He was also known for his role in the television series "The Rebel" which ran from 1959 to 1961. In addition to acting, Adams was a talented screenwriter and wrote scripts for several films including "Young Dillinger" and "Up Periscope". Despite his success, Adams struggled with substance abuse and unfortunately died at the young age of 36 due to a drug overdose. Despite this tragic end to his life, Adams is remembered as a talented actor and writer with a promising career ahead of him.

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Joe Penner

Joe Penner (November 11, 1904 Zrenjanin-January 10, 1941 Philadelphia) a.k.a. József Pintér or Penner was an American actor and screenwriter.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

Joe Penner was born in Yugoslavia (then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire) to Hungarian parents who immigrated to the United States when he was a child. He started his career as a vaudeville comedian in the 1920s and later transitioned to radio and film in the 1930s. He was known for his catchphrase "Wanna buy a duck?" which became a popular saying at the time. Penner acted in several films including "College Rhythm" and "High Flyers". He was also a successful radio comedian having his own program, "The Joe Penner Show", on the NBC radio network. He was married twice and had two children.

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Umaga (March 28, 1973 San Francisco-December 4, 2009 Houston) also known as Ekmo, Jamal, Armageddon #1, O.G. Ekmo, The Samoan Smashing Machine, The Samoan Bulldozer, The Samoan Typhoon, The Samoan Wrecking Machine, Ekmo Fatu, Osu Fatu, Edward Smith "Eki" Fatu, Eki Fatu, Uso Fatu, The Bulldozer of Doom, O.G. Fatu or Eddie Fatu was an American wrestler and actor.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

Umaga was born into the famous Anoa'i wrestling family and was the cousin of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. He started his wrestling career in 1995 and gained notoriety as a member of the WWE roster from 2002-2009 where he became a two-time Intercontinental Champion and one-time WWE Tag Team Champion. As a wrestler, he was known for his physically imposing size and strength and his signature move, the Samoan Spike. In addition to wrestling, Umaga also had a brief career as an actor, starring in the movie "Hulk" in 2003. Despite his success in the wrestling industry, Umaga battled with addiction and legal issues throughout his career.

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