American actors died in Pulmonary edema

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

Johnny Weissmuller

Johnny Weissmuller (June 2, 1904 Freidorf-January 20, 1984 Acapulco) also known as Peter John Weissmuller, Johann Peter Weißmüller, Janos Weissmuller, Janos Weißmüller, Johnny Weissmüller, Big John, János Weißmüller, Peter Johann Weissmüller or Johnny Weismuller was an American swimmer and actor. He had three children, Johnny Weissmuller, Jr., Wendy Anne Weissmuller and Heidi Elizabeth Weissmuller.

Weissmuller is widely known for his role as Tarzan in 12 films from 1932-1948. He also starred in several other films during his career, including the 1940 film, "Swamp Water" and the 1942 film, "Tarzan's New York Adventure". In his swimming career, Weissmuller won five Olympic gold medals and set a total of 67 world records. He was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1965. Later in life, Weissmuller worked as a spokesperson for a swimming pool company and made several appearances in television commercials. He passed away in Acapulco, Mexico at the age of 79.

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Yokozuna (October 2, 1966 San Francisco-October 23, 2000 Liverpool) a.k.a. Kokina Maximus, Wild Samoan Kokina, Great Kokina, Rodney Agatupu Anoaʻi, Rodney Anoai or The Great Kokina was an American wrestler and actor. He had two children, Justin Anoa'i and Keilani Anoa'i.

Yokozuna was of Samoan descent and hailed from a family of wrestlers, with multiple family members also competing professionally. He began his wrestling career in 1984, and soon gained attention for his large size and power in the ring. Yokozuna went on to become a two-time WWE Champion and two-time Tag Team Champion during his career. He was also known for his signature move, the Bonzai Drop.

In addition to his wrestling career, Yokozuna appeared in several films and television shows, including a role in the 1992 film "Mr. Nanny" alongside Hulk Hogan. He also made appearances on several talk shows and made numerous public appearances at wrestling events.

Tragically, Yokozuna passed away at the age of 34 due to pulmonary edema, a condition caused by excess fluid in the lungs. He remains one of the most beloved and respected figures in professional wrestling history, and was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2012.

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Steve Cochran

Steve Cochran (May 25, 1917 Eureka-June 15, 1965 Guatemala) also known as Robert Alexander Cochran was an American actor. He had one child, Xandra Cochran.

Steve Cochran began his career as a stage actor before transitioning to film in the early 1940s. He appeared in over 50 films throughout his career, including "The Best Years of Our Lives," "White Heat," and "Giant." Despite his success as an actor, Cochran developed a reputation for being difficult to work with, and his career declined in the 1950s. In addition to his acting career, Cochran was also known for his tumultuous personal life, which included a string of marriages and relationships with several high-profile women. He died in 1965 at the age of 48 from injuries sustained in a car accident in Guatemala, where he was filming a movie at the time.

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William Lundigan

William Lundigan (June 12, 1914 Syracuse-December 20, 1975 Duarte) a.k.a. Larry Parker or Bill Lundigan was an American actor and soldier.

Lundigan's acting career began in the 1930s and he appeared in over 125 films and television shows during his career. He often played leading roles in films such as "The House on 92nd Street" (1945) and "Pink Tights" (1952). Lundigan also had a successful career in television hosting and appearing on shows such as "Jukebox Jury" and "The Martha Raye Show". During World War II, Lundigan served in the United States Army Air Forces and later became a spokesperson for the United States Army Reserve. In addition to his work in entertainment, Lundigan was an accomplished equestrian who competed in horse shows and rodeos.

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