American actors died in Dementia

Here are 4 famous actors from United States of America died in Dementia:

Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra (December 12, 1915 Hoboken-May 14, 1998 West Hollywood) also known as Frank Sinartra, Francis Albert Sinatra, Ol' Blue Eyes, The Sultan of Swoon, La Voz, Swoonatra, The Voice, Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra, Daddy, The Dave Clark Five, The Chairman of the Board, Chairman of the Board (of Show Business), Frank or Chairman of the Board was an American singer, actor, film producer, conductor, film director and television director. He had four children, Nancy Sinatra, Tina Sinatra, Frank Sinatra, Jr. and Ronan Farrow.

Sinatra rose to fame in the 1940s as a crooner and became known for his smooth voice and charismatic performances. He had a successful music career, recording over 1,000 songs and winning multiple Grammy Awards. Some of his most popular songs include "My Way," "New York, New York," and "Fly Me to the Moon."

In addition to his music career, Sinatra also had a successful acting career, appearing in over 50 films. He won an Academy Award for his performance in "From Here to Eternity" and received critical acclaim for his roles in "The Manchurian Candidate" and "The Godfather Part III."

Sinatra was also known for his connections to the Rat Pack, a group of popular entertainers that included Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. He was a close friend of President John F. Kennedy and was even rumored to have mafia ties.

Despite his success, Sinatra also faced controversy throughout his life. He was married four times and faced accusations of womanizing and mistreating his wives. However, he is still remembered as an iconic entertainer and one of the greatest singers of all time.

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Peter Breck

Peter Breck (March 13, 1929 Rochester-February 6, 2012 Vancouver) a.k.a. Joseph Peter Breck, Buddy, Jobie or Joseph was an American actor. His child is called Christopher Breck.

Peter Breck was best known for playing the role of Nick Barkley in the western television series The Big Valley from 1965-1969. He also appeared in various other popular shows such as Maverick, The Twilight Zone, and Perry Mason. Breck started his acting career in the early 1950s in both film and television. He had a successful career on stage, starring in numerous Broadway productions like "Redhead" and "Enter Laughing." Breck won the 1960 National Broadway Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "The Devil's Advocate." He continued acting and directing in theater until his retirement in the early 2000s. Breck was married to fellow actress Diane Bourne from 1959 until his death in 2012.

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John Hart

John Hart (December 13, 1917 Los Angeles-September 20, 2009 Rosarito Beach) a.k.a. Johnny Hart or John Hilton was an American actor. He had two children, Buddy Hart and Robyn Hart.

Hart began his career in Hollywood in the 1940s and appeared in over 100 films and TV shows throughout his career. He is perhaps best known for his role as Sheriff Hollister in the popular TV series "The Lone Ranger." He also appeared in numerous films, including "Miracle on 34th Street" and "The Last Hurrah."

In addition to his acting career, Hart was also a trained musician and performed with the Bobby Troup Quartet. Later in life, he moved to Mexico and opened a hotel and restaurant in Rosarito Beach.

Throughout his career, Hart was known for his professionalism and kindness on set, and his contributions to the film and television industry earned him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 91.

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Lee Hartman

Lee Hartman (February 27, 1930 North Apollo-December 24, 2012 Pittsburgh) was an American animator, writer and actor.

Hartman started his career in animation in the 1950s working on numerous television commercials and short films as an animator. His work included popular shows like "Rocky and His Friends" and "The Bullwinkle Show". In the 1960s, he began writing and voicing characters for TV shows and movies, including "The Pink Panther Show" and "The Return of the King". Hartman was also known for his work as a voice actor on popular video games like "Spyro: Year of the Dragon" and "Kingdom Hearts II". In addition to his animation and voice work, Hartman acted in several movies throughout his career, including "The Nutty Professor" and "The Last Unicorn". He was inducted into the Pittsburgh Filmmakers' Hall of Fame in 1997.

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