American actors died in Pneumonitis

Here are 2 famous actors from United States of America died in Pneumonitis:

Phillip Terry

Phillip Terry (March 7, 1909 San Francisco-February 23, 1993 Santa Barbara) also known as Frederick Henry Kormann, Phil Terry, Philip Terry or Phillip Terry, Jr was an American actor. He had two children, Christina Crawford and Christopher Crawford.

Terry appeared in over 60 films throughout his career, including "The Letter" (1940), "The Lost Weekend" (1945), and "Wake of the Red Witch" (1948). He often played supporting roles as a distinguished gentleman, lawyer, or doctor. In addition to his work in film, Terry also appeared in several TV shows, such as "Perry Mason" and "The Twilight Zone". After retiring from acting, he became a successful real estate agent in the Santa Barbara area. Terry was married to actress Joan Crawford from 1942 to 1946.

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Daniel Frohman

Daniel Frohman (August 22, 1851 Sandusky-December 26, 1940 New York City) also known as Dan was an American film producer, actor, film director and presenter.

Frohman began his career in entertainment as an actor and theatre manager. He co-founded the production company Klaw & Erlanger with fellow producer Charles Frohman (Dan's older brother) and managed the Empire Theatre in New York City. Frohman was instrumental in the early days of American cinema, producing and directing numerous silent films in the early 1900s. He worked with some of the biggest stars of the era, including Mary Pickford and Charles Chaplin. Later in his career, he focused on presenting theatrical productions and was a co-founder of the Players' Club in New York City. Frohman was a pioneer in the entertainment industry and left a lasting impact on American theatre and film.

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