American actors died in Falling

Here are 5 famous actors from United States of America died in Falling:

Jeff Corey

Jeff Corey (August 10, 1914 Brooklyn-August 16, 2002 Santa Monica) also known as Jeffrey Corey or Arthur Zwerling was an American actor, television director, teacher and voice actor. His children are called Jane Corey, Emily Corey and Eve Corey.

Corey began his career as an actor in the 1930s, appearing in various films such as "Superman and the Mole Men" and "The Killers." He was blacklisted during the McCarthy era for his alleged involvement with leftist organizations, but continued to work as an actor under pseudonyms.

In the 1950s, Corey turned to teaching and became a respected acting coach, working with actors such as Jack Nicholson, James Dean, and Jane Fonda. He later wrote a book on his teaching methods, "Improvising Out Loud: My Life Teaching Hollywood How to Act."

Corey returned to acting in the 1960s, appearing in films such as "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and "Little Big Man." He also became a prolific voice actor, lending his distinctive voice to characters in animated films and TV shows.

In addition to his acting and teaching work, Corey also directed and produced television shows, and was active in various political and social causes throughout his life. He passed away in 2002 at the age of 88.

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Dick Jones

Dick Jones (February 25, 1927 Snyder-July 7, 2014 Northridge) also known as Dickie Jones, Dicky Jones or Richard Percy Jones was an American actor and voice actor. He had four children, Jeffrey Jones, Jennifer Jones, Rick Jones and Melody Jones.

Jones began his career as a child actor in 1934, appearing in the film "The Emperor's Candlesticks". He went on to appear in numerous films throughout the 1930s and 1940s, including "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington", "Destry Rides Again", and "Stella Dallas".

In the 1950s, Jones transitioned to voice acting and became well-known for his work as the voice of Pinocchio in the Disney animated classic of the same name. He also voiced characters in other animated films such as "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad" and "Bambi".

In addition to his acting career, Jones was also a successful businessman, owning his own real estate company. He was also an active member of the community, serving as a reserve police officer for the Los Angeles Police Department.

Jones passed away in 2014 at the age of 87, leaving behind a legacy as a talented actor and beloved voice of one of Disney's most iconic characters.

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Forrest Stanley

Forrest Stanley (August 21, 1889 New York City-August 27, 1969 Los Angeles) also known as F.M. Stanley was an American actor and screenwriter.

He began his career in show business as an actor in Broadway productions and later transitioned into silent films in Hollywood. Stanley appeared in over 200 films, including notable roles in "The Heart of Humanity" (1918), "The Cat and the Canary" (1927), and "The Man from Laramie" (1955). In addition to his acting roles, Stanley also worked as a screenwriter, penning scripts for films such as "Laughing Sinners" (1931) and "Fighting Caravans" (1931). He continued to work in the film industry throughout his career, and later transitioned to television, making appearances on shows such as "Perry Mason" and "Gunsmoke."

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Ludwig Stössel

Ludwig Stössel (February 12, 1883 Lockenhaus-January 29, 1973 Hollywood) otherwise known as Ludwig Stoessel, Ludwig Stossel, Ludwig Stossell or Ludwig Strossel was an American actor and voice actor.

He was born in Austria-Hungary and began his acting career in Vienna. In 1927, he emigrated to the United States and continued his acting career in Hollywood. He appeared in over 100 films and is best known for his roles in "Ninotchka" (1939), "The Shop Around the Corner" (1940), and "The Pride of the Yankees" (1942). Stössel was also a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to numerous animated films and TV shows, including "Pinocchio" (1940) and "The Jetsons" (1962). In addition to his acting career, Stössel was also a successful translator, translating several German plays into English. He retired from acting in 1961 and passed away on January 29, 1973, in Hollywood.

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Edmund Cambridge

Edmund Cambridge (September 18, 1920 Harlem-August 18, 2001 New York City) a.k.a. Ed Cambridge, Edmund J. Cambridge, Edmund James Cambridge, Jr., Edmund James Cambridge or Ed Cambridge Jr. was an American actor.

Cambridge began his acting career in the 1950s, appearing in several off-Broadway productions. He later transitioned to film and television, with notable roles in the films "The Reivers" and "The Boston Strangler." He also appeared in several popular TV shows including "The Twilight Zone," "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour," and "The Mod Squad."

In addition to his acting career, Cambridge was also a civil rights activist and worked as a mentor to young actors in Harlem. He was a member of the Negro Ensemble Company and helped to establish the H.A.D.L.E.Y (Harlem After Dark Learning Enrichment Youth) Players, a theater group for young people.

Cambridge passed away in 2001 at the age of 80.

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