Famous actors died as a result of Accidental fall

Here are 5 famous actors from the world died in Accidental fall:

Alberto Olmedo

Alberto Olmedo (August 24, 1933 Rosario-March 5, 1988 Mar del Plata) also known as Alberto Orlando Olmedo, El Negro, Negro Olmedo or Capitan Piluso was an Argentine comedian and actor. He had one child, Alberto Olmedo Jr..

Olmedo started his career as a stand-up comedian in the early 1960s and quickly became one of the most sought-after performers in Buenos Aires. He gained national fame in the 1970s after appearing in several successful television shows, including "No toca botón" and "Operación Ja-Já". His humor was known for its irreverent, slapstick style and often touched on social and political issues.

In addition to his work in television, Olmedo also appeared in films, most notably in a series of comedies with friend and frequent collaborator, Jorge Porcel. Despite his success, Olmedo suffered from personal demons and struggled with drug addiction throughout his career. He died tragically in 1988 at the age of 54 after falling from the balcony of his hotel room while on tour in Mar del Plata. His legacy as one of Argentina's most beloved comedians lives on.

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Henry Jones

Henry Jones (August 1, 1912 Philadelphia-May 17, 1999 Los Angeles) also known as Henry Burk Jones was an American actor. He had one child, Jocelyn Jones.

Jones started his acting career in theater, appearing in Broadway productions such as "The Great White Hope" and "A Patriot for Me". He then transitioned to television and film, earning critical acclaim for his roles in movies like "The Bad Seed" and "Vertigo".

Throughout his career, Jones played a variety of characters, from villains to supporting roles, and worked with legendary actors such as James Stewart and Grace Kelly. He also had a recurring role in the hit TV show "The Americans".

In addition to acting, Jones was a professor at the Yale School of Drama, teaching acting and stagecraft. He was also an active member of the Screen Actors Guild and served on its board of directors for several years.

Jones was married twice, first to Yvonne Sarah Louise (1942-1948) and then to Mary Louise Woodruff (1949-1969). He passed away in 1999 at the age of 86 due to complications from a fall.

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Owen Hart

Owen Hart (May 7, 1965 Calgary-May 23, 1999 Kansas City) also known as Owen James Hart, The Blue Blazer, 'The Rocket' Owen Hart, Bronco Owen Hart, King of Harts Owen Hart, Owen 'The Rocket' Hart, Slammy Award Winning Owen Hart, The Rocket Owen Hart, The King of Harts, Owen James, The Rocket, The Sole Survivor, Nugget, The Black Hart or Oje was a Canadian wrestler and actor. He had two children, Oje Edward Hart and Athena Christie Hart.

Owen Hart came from a family of professional wrestlers, with his father being Stu Hart and his older brothers being Bret, Bruce, Keith, and Wayne. He began his wrestling career in 1986 in Stampede Wrestling, a promotion owned by his family, and later signed with the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE) in 1988. He quickly became known for his charisma and technical skill in the ring, and won multiple championships throughout his career, including the Intercontinental Championship twice.

Outside of wrestling, Hart also pursued acting and appeared in several films, including "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" and "3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain." He was also known for performing practical jokes and entertaining his fellow wrestlers backstage.

Tragically, Hart passed away in 1999 during a pay-per-view event when a stunt involving him being lowered into the ring via harness went wrong, and he fell approximately 78 feet and landed on the top rope, causing fatal injuries. His death shocked the wrestling world and led to changes in safety standards for the industry.

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George D. Wallace

George D. Wallace (June 8, 1917 New York City-July 22, 2005 Los Angeles) also known as George Dewey Wallace, George Wallace, Geo. Wallace, George P. Wallace or George D. H. Wallace was an American actor, sailor and miner.

Wallace began his acting career in the late 1930s, appearing in small roles in films such as "You Can't Take It with You" (1938) and "The Roaring Twenties" (1939). He then took a break from acting to serve in the Navy during World War II. After the war, Wallace returned to Hollywood and resumed his acting career, appearing in dozens of films and TV shows throughout the 1950s and 60s.

In addition to acting, Wallace was also a skilled sailor and competed in a number of yacht races throughout his life. He also worked as a miner in his early years, which inspired him to become an advocate for miners' rights later in life.

Wallace was married to actress Marjorie Lord from 1941 until their divorce in 1955. He died in 2005 at the age of 88.

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Pierre Tornade

Pierre Tornade (January 21, 1930 Bort-les-Orgues-March 7, 2012 Rambouillet) also known as Tornade or Pierre Tournadre was a French actor and voice actor.

He began his career as a comedian in theaters in the 1950s, and then went on to appear in numerous films and television series. Some of his most notable film roles include "Les Tontons Flingueurs" (1963), "La Grande Vadrouille" (1966), and "Le Boulet" (2002).

As a voice actor, Tornade dubbed several foreign films and TV shows into French, including "The Simpsons" (where he voiced the character of Krusty the Clown), "Tom and Jerry," and "The Smurfs." He was also the French voice of actor Harry Dean Stanton.

Tornade was awarded the Chevalier of the Legion of Honour in 2000, in recognition of his contribution to French cinema and culture. He continued to act until his death in 2012, at the age of 82.

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