American actors died in Respiratory disease

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

Randolph Scott

Randolph Scott (January 23, 1898 Orange County-March 2, 1987 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. Randy or George Randolph Scott was an American actor, film producer and accountant. He had two children, Sandra Scott and Christopher Scott.

Scott was born in Orange County, Virginia and grew up in North Carolina. He attended Georgia Institute of Technology before transferring to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated with a degree in textile engineering. However, his interests turned towards acting and he began his career in the 1920s with small roles in silent films.

After his breakthrough performance in the film "Manhattan Melodrama" (1934), Scott became a highly respected leading man in Western films. Some of his notable movies include "Jesse James" (1939), "Western Union" (1941), and "Ride the High Country" (1962). He starred in over 100 films during his career.

In addition to his success on-screen, Scott was also a talented polo player and won many tournaments. He was married twice, first to Marion duPont Scott and later to Patricia Stillman.

After retiring from acting in 1962, Scott focused on his business ventures, including real estate and oil drilling. He passed away in Beverly Hills, California in 1987 at the age of 89.

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Jack Wrangler

Jack Wrangler (July 11, 1946 Beverly Hills-April 7, 2009 New York City) a.k.a. John Robert Stillman, Jack Stillman or John Stillman was an American pornographic film actor and actor.

In addition to his work in adult films, Wrangler was also a successful theater producer and director. He began his career in the adult industry in the 1970s and gained fame for his masculine and rugged looks. He appeared in over 80 films and was known for elevating the quality of gay pornographic films with his acting abilities. In the 1980s, Wrangler retired from performing in adult films and focused on producing and directing theater productions, winning multiple awards for his work. Wrangler also had a successful relationship with singer and songwriter Margaret Whiting, whom he married. His legacy continues to inspire and influence the adult film industry and the performing arts.

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Ralph Bellamy

Ralph Bellamy (June 17, 1904 Chicago-November 29, 1991 Santa Monica) otherwise known as Ralph Rexford Bellamy was an American actor, entrepreneur, usher and presenter. He had two children, Lynn Bellamy and Willard Bellamy.

Throughout his career, Ralph Bellamy played a wide range of roles in film, television, and on stage. He appeared in over 100 films, including "His Girl Friday," "The Awful Truth," and "Trading Places". On television, he was a regular cast member on the series "Man Against Crime" and "The Most Deadly Game" and made guest appearances on numerous other shows.

Aside from his work in entertainment, Bellamy was also a successful entrepreneur. He co-founded the popular Palm Springs Tennis Club and was involved in the real estate industry. Bellamy was also a member of the board of directors for several corporations.

In addition to his acting and business careers, Bellamy was known for his charitable work. He and his wife, Alice Murphy, were active in the Save the Children organization and established a trust to benefit underprivileged children.

Ralph Bellamy was recognized for his contributions to the entertainment industry with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He passed away in 1991 at the age of 87.

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Jack Norton

Jack Norton (September 2, 1882 Brooklyn-October 15, 1958 Saranac Lake) also known as Mortimer J. Naughton was an American actor.

Norton appeared in over 200 films between 1915 and 1951. He started his career in vaudeville before transitioning into silent films. Norton was known for his comedic roles, but also played character roles in drama films. He worked for various film studios, including Fox, MGM, and Warner Bros. In addition to acting, Norton was also a screenwriter and director. He directed several silent films and wrote the screenplay for the 1929 film, "The Haunted House." Norton was married to actress Grace Cunard, with whom he frequently collaborated on film projects.

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