Canadian actors who deceased at age 75

Here are 5 famous actors from Canada died at 75:

Walter Belasco

Walter Belasco (January 1, 1864 Vancouver-June 21, 1939 San Francisco) also known as Walter Abraham Belasco was a Canadian actor.

Walter Belasco had a successful career in theater during the early 20th century, appearing in several productions on Broadway. He was also known for his film work, having appeared in some of the earliest silent films made in Hollywood. Belasco's most notable roles include his performance as the villain in the 1917 film "The Silent Man" and as a gangster in the 1927 film "The City Gone Wild". In addition to his acting work, Belasco was also a writer, having contributed articles and essays to various publications throughout his career. He passed away at the age of 75 in San Francisco, California.

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Guy Lombardo

Guy Lombardo (June 19, 1902 London-November 5, 1977 Houston) also known as Gaetano Alberto Lombardo, Lombardo, Guy, The Lombardo Brothers, Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra or Mr. New Year's Eve was a Canadian actor.

Actually, Guy Lombardo was a Canadian-American bandleader and musician, known for his big band orchestra, which he formed with his brothers Carmen, Lebert, and Victor. Lombardo and his orchestra were particularly famous for their New Year's Eve performances, with their rendition of "Auld Lang Syne" becoming a holiday classic. Lombardo and his band also appeared in numerous films and television programs, and he was inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame in 1989. Lombardo continued to tour and perform until his death in 1977.

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Joe Sawyer

Joe Sawyer (August 29, 1906 Guelph-April 21, 1982 Ashland) a.k.a. Joseph Sauers, Joseph Sawyer, Joe Sauers or Joe Sauer was a Canadian actor.

He died in liver cancer.

Joe Sawyer began his acting career in the 1930s, appearing in over 200 films throughout his career. He was known for his tough-guy roles in films such as "The Roaring Twenties" and "Key Largo." Sawyer also had frequent roles in westerns, appearing in movies alongside stars such as John Wayne and Randolph Scott. In addition to his film career, Sawyer made numerous television appearances in shows such as "Gunsmoke" and "Perry Mason." Sawyer was also a veteran of World War II, serving in the United States Army.

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Yvan Ducharme

Yvan Ducharme (August 24, 1937 Rouyn-Noranda-March 21, 2013 Laval) was a Canadian actor.

He started his career as a stand-up comedian in the 1960s and gained popularity on Canadian television with his comedic sketches. Ducharme was known for his quirky and irreverent humor, using a variety of characters to satirize social conventions and political figures.

In addition to his work in comedy, Ducharme also had a successful acting career, both on stage and on screen. He appeared in several Canadian films and television shows, often playing offbeat characters.

Ducharme was recognized for his contributions to Canadian culture with numerous awards, including the Governor-General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement in 2008. He continued to work in the entertainment industry until his death in 2013 at the age of 75.

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James Rennie

James Rennie (April 18, 1890 Toronto-July 31, 1965 New York City) also known as James Malachi Rennie was a Canadian actor.

He died caused by heart failure.

James Rennie began his career on stage in Toronto and later moved to New York City where he made his Broadway debut in 1919. He appeared in numerous productions on Broadway throughout the 1920s and 1930s, including the original production of "The Front Page" in 1928. Rennie also had a successful film career, appearing in over 40 films including "The Invisible Man" (1933) and "My Favorite Wife" (1940). In addition to his acting career, Rennie was known for his work as a director and producer in both theater and film. He was a founding member of the New York theater company The Group Theater. Rennie was married twice and had two children.

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