American actors died in Nephropathy

Here are 3 famous actors from United States of America died in Nephropathy:

Edgar Bergen

Edgar Bergen (February 16, 1903 Decatur-September 30, 1978 Paradise) otherwise known as Edgar John Bergen, Edgar John Berggren, Eddie, Edgar John Bergren or Charlie McCarthy was an American actor, ventriloquist, comedian, radio personality, voice actor and comic book creator. He had two children, Candice Bergen and Kris Bergen.

Bergen rose to fame in the 1930s and 40s with his ventriloquist act, with Charlie McCarthy as his main character. He regularly appeared on radio shows such as The Chase and Sanborn Hour and The Charlie McCarthy Show, where he would perform with his puppet. He also appeared on television shows and in movies, including Fun and Fancy Free and I Remember Mama.

Aside from his ventriloquism career, Bergen was also a creator of comic books. He created and wrote the comic book series, "Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd" in the 1940s. Bergen was a talented performer and was known for his impeccable timing and wit. He continued to perform and make appearances until his death in 1978.

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Ray Danton

Ray Danton (September 19, 1931 New York City-February 11, 1992 Los Angeles) also known as Raymond Kaplan, Raymond Danton or Raymond Caplan was an American film director, actor, television director, television producer and screenwriter. He had two children, Steve Danton and Mitchell Danton.

Danton began his career as an actor in the 1950s, appearing in films such as "The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond" and "The George Raft Story." He also had roles in television shows such as "The Untouchables" and "The Twilight Zone." In the 1960s, he began directing and producing films and television shows, including episodes of "The F.B.I." and "Charlie's Angels." Danton's most notable film as a director was the 1974 crime drama "The Killers."

Throughout his career, Danton was known for his good looks and suave demeanor, which earned him roles in numerous films and television shows. However, he also had a reputation as a difficult personality on set and struggled with alcoholism. After his death from kidney failure in 1992, Danton was buried in Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

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Dan Barton

Dan Barton (September 20, 1921 Chicago-December 13, 2009 Sherman Oaks) a.k.a. Daniel George Berman, Daniel Berman or Dan Burton was an American actor. He had three children, Susan Berman, Michael Barton and Steve Barton.

Barton began his acting career as a child in radio plays and later transitioned to television and film. He appeared in numerous TV shows including "Gunsmoke", "Perry Mason", and "The Twilight Zone". His film credits include "The Love God?", "The Longest Yard", and "Two-Minute Warning". In addition to acting, Barton was also an accomplished singer and songwriter. He released several albums over the course of his career, including "Dan Barton Sings" and "Dan Barton Sings the Blues". Later in life, he became a successful real estate agent in the San Fernando Valley.

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