Here are 2 famous actors from United States of America died in Decapitation:
Vic Morrow (February 14, 1929 The Bronx-July 23, 1982 Ventura County) a.k.a. Victor Harry Morrow, Victor Harry "Vic" Morrow, Victor Morrow, Victor Morozoff or Victor "Vic" Morrow was an American actor, television director, soldier and screenwriter. His children are called Jennifer Jason Leigh and Carrie Ann Morrow.
Morrow began his acting career in the 1950s, appearing in numerous films and television shows such as "Blackboard Jungle", "The Twilight Zone", and "Combat!". He became known for his tough-guy roles and was a popular character actor during the 1960s and 1970s. In addition to acting, Morrow also worked as a television director, directing episodes of popular shows like "The Rifleman" and "Batman".
Outside of his acting career, Morrow served in the military during the late 1940s and early 1950s. He also wrote several screenplays, including one for the film "The Devil's Brigade". Tragically, Morrow's life was cut short in 1982 while filming the movie "Twilight Zone: The Movie". During a helicopter stunt on the set, a helicopter crashed, killing Morrow and two child actors. The incident led to significant changes in Hollywood's safety regulations for film sets.
Morrow's legacy as an actor and director continues to be celebrated today. His daughter, Jennifer Jason Leigh, is also a successful actress, known for her roles in films like "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" and "The Hateful Eight".
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Gian-Carlo Coppola (September 17, 1963 Los Angeles-May 26, 1986 Annapolis) a.k.a. Gio Coppola or Gio was an American actor and film producer. He had one child, Gia Coppola.
Son of the renowned film director Francis Ford Coppola, Gian-Carlo Coppola was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended both UCLA and USC, studying film and theater respectively. In his early career, he worked as a production assistant on his father's films, including "Apocalypse Now" and "The Outsiders". He also appeared in a small role in "The Cotton Club", directed by his father.
In the mid-1980s, Coppola began producing his own independent short films, including "Life Without Zoe", which was included as one part of his father's anthology film, "New York Stories". He also worked as an assistant director on several music videos and commercials.
Tragically, Coppola died in a boating accident at the age of 22, while on a family vacation in Annapolis, Maryland. His daughter, Gia Coppola, would go on to become a successful filmmaker in her own right, with credits including "Palo Alto" and "Mainstream".
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