American actors died in Disease

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

Sid Caesar

Sid Caesar (September 8, 1922 Yonkers-February 12, 2014 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. Isaac Sidney Caesar, Isaac Sidney "Sid" Caesar or Cool Cees was an American comedian, actor, writer, musician, saxophonist, composer, author and television producer. His children are called Rick Caesar, Karen Caesar and Michele Caesar.

Caesar was best known for pioneering live television sketch comedy with his program "Your Show of Shows" and later "Caesar's Hour" in the 1950s. He worked alongside comedic legends such as Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, and Mel Brooks, and his influence on comedy is still felt today. Caesar also appeared in several films, including "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" and "Grease." In addition to his work in entertainment, Caesar was a talented musician and composer, often incorporating music into his comedy sketches.

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William Greaves

William Greaves (October 8, 1926 New York City-August 25, 2014 Manhattan) was an American film director, film editor, film producer, actor and screenwriter. He had three children, David Greaves, Taiyi Greaves and Maiya Greaves.

William Greaves was a pioneer in the film industry and was a leading figure in African American cinema. He directed more than 200 documentaries and several fiction films during his career that spanned over 50 years. He broke barriers as one of the first black filmmakers to produce and direct films for major television networks. Greaves worked on a number of award-winning documentaries, including the Emmy-nominated series "Black Journal" and "National Geographic Specials". He was also an accomplished actor and appeared in several feature films, including "She's Gotta Have It" (1986) and "The Serpent and the Rainbow" (1988). In recognition of his contributions and achievements in film, he was honored with a number of awards, including the lifetime achievement award from the Directors Guild of America in 1998.

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Paul Horn

Paul Horn (March 17, 1930 New York City-June 29, 2014 Vancouver) also known as Horn, Paul was an American flautist, film score composer, musician, actor, composer, music arranger, conductor, saxophonist and songwriter. He had two children, Marlen Horn and Robin Horn.

With a career spanning over five decades, Paul Horn was known for his pioneering work in jazz and new age music. He studied flute in New York City with John Wummer, Julius Baker, and William Kincaid. Horn toured and recorded with many well-known musicians, including Chico Hamilton, Miles Davis, and Duke Ellington.

Throughout the 1960s, Horn became interested in Eastern spirituality and began incorporating elements of Indian classical music and meditation into his music. He traveled to India and recorded the landmark album "Inside" at the Taj Mahal in 1968, which became a best-seller and established him as a leading figure in the emerging new age music genre.

In addition to his music career, Horn was also a prolific film score composer, working on over 100 films and television shows. He received a Grammy Award in 1969 for Best Original Jazz Composition for his album "Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts."

Later in life, Horn became a dedicated teacher and advocate for the healing power of music. He founded the Paul Horn Foundation to promote music education and worked with various organizations to bring music programs to hospitals and schools.

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Marty Hornstein

Marty Hornstein (August 15, 1932 United States of America-December 19, 2013 Thousand Oaks) a.k.a. Martin Hornstein was an American film producer, actor, unit production manager and second unit director.

He was born in Brooklyn, New York and began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1950s. Hornstein is best known for his work as a producer on the films "Where Eagles Dare" (1968), "Kelly's Heroes" (1970), and "Play Dirty" (1969).

In addition to his work as a producer, Hornstein also dabbled in acting and appeared in the films "The Landlord" (1970) and "The Sting II" (1983). He also worked as a unit production manager and second unit director on a number of notable films throughout his career.

Hornstein was married to actress Kaye Ballard from 1965 until their divorce in 1977. He later married producer Marilyn Jacobs Tenser in 1980 and remained married until his death in 2013 at the age of 81.

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