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Dean Jagger (November 7, 1903 Columbus Grove-February 5, 1991 Santa Monica) otherwise known as Ira Dean Jagger or Jeffrey Dean was an American actor, character actor and teacher.
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G. Wood (December 31, 1919 Forrest City-July 24, 2000 Macon) otherwise known as George Wood was an American actor.
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Brian Aherne (May 2, 1902 Kings Norton-February 10, 1986 Venice) a.k.a. William Brian de Lacy Aherne was an English actor.
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Harold Nicholas (March 27, 1921 Winston-Salem-July 3, 2000 New York City) also known as Harold Lloyd Nicholas, Nicholas Brothers or The Nicholas Brothers was an American theatre director, dancer, choreographer and actor. His children are called Harolyn Suzanne Nicholas and Melih Nicholas.
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Harpo Marx (November 23, 1888 New York City-September 28, 1964 Los Angeles) also known as Adolph Marx, Harpo, Arthur Harpo Marx, Marx Brothers or The Marx Bros was an American comedian and actor. He had four children, Bill Marx, Jimmy Marx, Alexander Marx and Minnie Marx Eagle.
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Cliff Arquette (December 27, 1905 Toledo-September 23, 1974 Burbank) also known as Clifford Arquette, Clifford Charles "Cliff" Arquette, Clifford Charles Arquette, Charlie Weaver or Charley Weaver was an American comedian, actor, composer, pianist and songwriter. He had one child, Lewis Arquette.
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Peter Boyle (October 18, 1935 Norristown-December 12, 2006 New York City) also known as Peter Lawrence Boyle or Peter Lawrence Boyle Jr. was an American actor. His children are called Lucy Boyle and Amy Boyle.
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Red Buttons (February 5, 1919 New York City-July 13, 2006 Century City) also known as Aaron Chwatt or Cpl. Red Buttons was an American comedian and actor. He had two children, Adam Chwatt and Amy Chwatt.
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Chris Penn (October 10, 1965 Los Angeles-January 24, 2006 Santa Monica) also known as Christopher Shannon Penn, Matthew Chris Penn, Christopher Penn or Christopher Shannon "Chris" Penn was an American actor, voice actor and film producer.
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Byron Foulger (August 27, 1899 Ogden-April 4, 1970 Hollywood) also known as Byron K. Foulger, Byron K. Folger, Byron Folger, Byron Kay Foulger or By Foulger was an American actor. He had one child, Rachel Ames.
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Randy Stone (August 26, 1958 United States of America-February 12, 2007 Beverly Hills) also known as Randy Richard Stone was an American actor, film producer and casting director.
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Reggie White (December 19, 1961 Chattanooga-December 26, 2004 Cornelius) also known as Reginald Howard White, The Minister of Defense, Rev. Reggie White or Minister of Defense was an American american football player and actor. He had two children, Jecolia White and Jeremy White.
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Lane Chandler (June 4, 1899 Culbertson-September 14, 1972 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Robert Chandler Oakes, Lane Arnold, Lane R. Chandler or Robert C. Oakes was an American actor, auto mechanic and bus driver.
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Gerry Wolff (June 23, 1920 Bremen-February 16, 2005 Oranienburg) was a German actor. He had one child, Thomas Wolff.
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Richard Deacon (May 14, 1921 Philadelphia-August 8, 1984 Los Angeles) also known as Fly was an American actor, chef, writer and presenter.
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Richard Waring (May 27, 1910 Chalfont St Peter-January 18, 1993 City Island) a.k.a. Brian Barton-Chapple or Richard Stephens was an American actor and screenwriter.
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John Derek (August 12, 1926 Hollywood-May 22, 1998 Santa Maria) also known as Derek Delevan Harris, Dare Harris or Derek Harris was an American photographer, actor, screenwriter, cinematographer, film director, film producer and film editor. He had two children, Sean Catherine Derek and Russell Derek.
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Huntz Hall (August 15, 1920 New York City-January 30, 1999 North Hollywood) a.k.a. Henry Richard Hall, Henry Hall, Henry Richard "Huntz" Hall or Huntz was an American comedian and actor. He had one child, Gary Hall.
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Paul Frees (June 22, 1920 Chicago-November 2, 1986 Tiburon) also known as Solomon Hersh Frees, Man of a Thousand Voices, Buddy Green, Paul H. Frees, Solomon Hirsch Freeze or The man with the voice of 1,000 was an American voice actor, actor, author, songwriter, screenwriter, composer and vaudeville performer.
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Ben Wright (May 5, 1915 London-July 2, 1989 Burbank) a.k.a. Benjamin Huntington Wright or Ben H. Wright was a British actor.
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Robert Lewis (March 16, 1909 Brooklyn-November 23, 1997 New York City) a.k.a. Bobby Lewis or Bob Lewis was an American actor, theatre director, teacher and author.
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Max Fleischer (July 19, 1883 Kraków-September 11, 1972 Los Angeles) also known as Max Fleicher, Fleischer or Max was an American inventor, animator, film director, film producer, screenwriter, presenter, actor and cartoonist. His children are called Ruth Fleischer and Richard Fleischer.
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Pat Corley (June 1, 1930 Dallas-September 11, 2006 Los Angeles) also known as Cleo Pat Corley was an American actor, ballet dancer and soldier. His children are called Jerry Corley, Michelle Corley, Kevin Corley, Troy Corley and Christina Pratt.
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Lloyd Richards (June 29, 1919 Toronto-June 29, 2006 New York City) also known as Lloyd George Richards was an American actor, theatre director, theatrical producer, film director and television director.
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Jack Warden (September 18, 1920 Newark-July 19, 2006 New York City) also known as John H. Lebzelter, John Lebzelter, John H Lebzelter, John Warden Lebzelter, Johnny Costello, Jack Warden Lebzelter, Jack Lebzelter or John Warden Lebzelter, Jr. was an American actor, professional boxer and soldier. His child is called Christopher Lebzelter.
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Douglas Heyes (May 22, 1919 Los Angeles-February 8, 1993 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Douglas Howard Heyes or Matthew Howard was an American screenwriter, television director, film director, television producer, film score composer and actor.
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Lionel Hampton (April 20, 1908 Louisville-August 31, 2002 New York City) also known as Lionel Leo Hampton, Hampton, Lionel, Hamp or Mad Lionel was an American composer, actor, organist, musician, multi-instrumentalist, singer and bandleader.
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Peter Pears (June 22, 1910 Farnham-April 3, 1986 Aldeburgh) a.k.a. Peter Neville Luard Pears or Sir Peter Neville Luard Pears was an English opera singer, librettist, singer, actor and screenwriter.
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Dana Andrews (January 1, 1909 Covington County-December 17, 1992 Los Alamitos) also known as Carver Dana Andrews was an American actor. He had four children, Stephen Andrews, David Andrews, Susan Andrews and Katharine Andrews.
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Tommy Bond (September 16, 1926 Dallas-September 24, 2005 Northridge) also known as Thomas Ross Bond, Butch, Thomas Ross "Tommy" Bond, Tommy 'Butch' Bond or Tommy was an American actor and child actor. His child is called Thomas R. Bond II.
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Donald O'Connor (August 28, 1925 Chicago-September 27, 2003 Woodland Hills) a.k.a. Donald O'Conner, David Dixon Ronald O’Connor, Donald David Dixon Ronald O'Connor or O'Connor, Donald was an American singer, actor, television director, television producer and dancer. He had four children, Donald Frederick O'Connor, Donna O'Connor, Kevin O'Connor and Alicia O'Conner.
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Robert Swenson (January 5, 1957 Fort Worth-August 18, 1997 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Jeep Swenson, Robert Alexander Swenson Jr., Robert Alexander "Jeep" Swenson, Jr., Jeep The Mercenary, The Ultimate Solution or The Final Solution was an American wrestler, actor and stunt performer. He had one child, Kayleigh Swenson.
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Don Briscoe (March 20, 1940 Yalobusha County-October 31, 2004 Memphis) also known as Cecil Donald Briscoe was an American actor.
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Lawrence Dobkin (September 16, 1919 New York City-October 28, 2002 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Larry Dobkin, Larry or Larry Dobkins was an American actor, screenwriter, television director and voice actor. He had four children, Debra Dobkin, Kristy Dobkin, Kaela Dobkin and Laird Dobkin.
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Donald Wolfit (April 20, 1902 Balderton-February 17, 1968 Hammersmith) also known as Sir Donald Wolfit, Donald Woolfitt, Sir Donald Wolfit KBE or Sir Donald Wolfit, CBE was an English actor. His child is called Margaret Wolfit.
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Zero Mostel (February 28, 1915 Brooklyn-September 8, 1977 Philadelphia) also known as Samuel Joel Mostel, Samuel Joel “Zero” Mostel, Sammy, Sam Mostel or Zero was an American comedian, actor and performer. He had two children, Josh Mostel and Tobias Mostel.
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Freeman Gosden (May 5, 1899 Richmond-December 10, 1982 Los Angeles) also known as Amos and Andy or Gozzie was an American comedian, screenwriter and actor. He had four children, Virginia Marie Gosden, Freeman Gosden Jr., Linda Gosden and Craig Leigh Gosden.
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Arthur Lithgow (September 9, 1915 Puerto Plata Province-March 24, 2004 Amherst) also known as Arthur Washington Lithgow III was an American actor, theatre director, playwright, teacher and theatrical producer. He had one child, John Lithgow.
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Merle Kilgore (August 9, 1934 Chickasha-February 6, 2005 Mexico) a.k.a. Kilgore, Merle was an American songwriter, singer, singer-songwriter and actor.
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Jack Lord (December 30, 1920 Brooklyn-January 21, 1998 Honolulu) a.k.a. John Joseph Patrick Ryan or Jack Ryan was an American sailor, artist, actor, film producer, film director, television director and visual artist.
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Johnny Mack Brown (September 1, 1904 Dothan-November 14, 1974 Woodland Hills) also known as John Mack Brown or The Dothan Antelope was an American actor. He had four children, Jane Harriet Brown, Sally Brown, John Lachlan Brown and Cynthia Brown.
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Hans Conried (March 23, 1917 Baltimore-January 5, 1982 Burbank) otherwise known as Hans Georg Conried Jr., Hans Conreid, Hans Georg Conried, Jr or Hans Georg Conried, Jr. was an American actor, voice actor, comedian and character actor. His child is called Trilby Conried.
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Jonathan Harris (November 6, 1914 The Bronx-November 3, 2002 Encino) a.k.a. Jonathan Charasuchin, Jonathan Daniel Charasuchin or Jonathan Smith was an American actor and voice actor. He had one child, Richard Harris.
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Cecil B. DeMille (August 12, 1881 Ashfield-January 21, 1959 Hollywood) otherwise known as Cecil Blount DeMille, C.B., Cecil DeMille, DeMille or Cecil B. De Mille was an American film director, film producer, film editor, screenwriter and actor. His children are called Cecilia de Mille, John Blount Demille, Katherine DeMille and Richard de Mille.
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John Garfield (March 4, 1913 New York City-May 21, 1952 New York City) a.k.a. Jacob Julius Garfinkle, Jules Garfield, Julie, Jacob Garfinkle or Jules was an American actor. He had three children, Julie Garfield, David Garfield and Katherine Garfield.
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Arthur Miller (October 17, 1915 Harlem-February 10, 2005 Roxbury) a.k.a. Arthur Asher Miller or Arthur Aster Miller was an American essayist, playwright, actor, screenwriter and voice actor. He had four children, Rebecca Miller, Daniel Miller, Robert A. Miller and Jane Ellen Miller.
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Peter Ustinov (April 16, 1921 Swiss Cottage-March 28, 2004 Genolier) also known as Peter Alexander Ustinov, Alexander von Ustinov, Peter Alexander Freiherr von Ustinov, Ustinov, Peter Alexander Baron von Ustinow, Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov, Sir Peter Ustinov or Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov, CBE was a British screenwriter, actor, author, comedian, opera director, theatre director, presenter, film director, film producer, journalist, voice actor, playwright, humorist, diplomat and educator. He had four children, Andrea Ustinov, Igor Ustinov, Pavla Ustinov and Tamara Ustinov.
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Roy Glenn (June 3, 1914 Pittsburg-March 12, 1971 Los Angeles) also known as Roy E. Glenn, Sr, Roy Glen, Roy Glenn Sr., Roy E. Glenn or Roy Glenn sr was an American actor and character actor.
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Joe Seneca (January 14, 1919 Cleveland-August 15, 1996 Roosevelt Island) a.k.a. Joel McGhee was an American actor, songwriter and singer.
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John Ritter (September 17, 1948 Burbank-September 11, 2003 Burbank) also known as Johnathan Southworth Ritter, Johnny Ritter, John, John S. Ritter or Jonathan Southworth "John" Ritter was an American comedian, actor and voice actor. His children are called Jason Ritter, Carly Ritter, Stella Ritter and Tyler Ritter.
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