Here are 6 famous actors from the world died in Complications from pneumonia:
Charlton Heston (October 4, 1923 Evanston-April 5, 2008 Beverly Hills) also known as John Charles Carter, Chuck, Captured Slave Charlton Heston, Charlton Easton or Charlie was an American actor, film director, political activist and voice actor. He had two children, Fraser Clarke Heston and Holly Ann Heston.
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Bernie Mac (October 5, 1957 Chicago-August 9, 2008 Chicago) also known as Bernard Jeffrey McCullough, Mac-Man or Bernard Jeffrey "Bernie" McCullough was an American actor, screenwriter, comedian, television producer, voice actor and stand-up comedian. His child is called Je'Niece Childress.
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Tom Laughlin (August 10, 1931 Minneapolis-December 12, 2013 Thousand Oaks) otherwise known as Thomas Robert Laughlin, Frank Christina, Lloyd E. James, Frank Laughlin, Donald Henderson, Mary Rose Solti, Harold Lapland, T.C. Frank, Don Henderson, Tommy Laughlin or Thomas Robert "Tom" Laughlin was an American politician, screenwriter, actor, film director, film producer, author and teacher. He had three children, Frank Laughlin, Christina Laughlin and Teresa Kelly.
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Marc Platt (December 2, 1913 Pasadena-March 29, 2014 San Rafael) also known as Marcel LePlat, Marcel Emile LePlat, Marc Platof, Mark Plant, Marc Platoff or Platoff was an American actor and ballet dancer. He had one child, Ted Le Plat.
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Fred Delmare (April 24, 1922 Hüttensteinach-May 1, 2009 Leipzig) also known as Werner Vorndran or Axel Delmare was a German actor and voice actor. He had three children, Nici Delmare, Fee Delmare and Tino Delmare.
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Stocker Fontelieu (May 5, 1923 New Orleans-December 14, 2009 New Orleans) also known as Charles Stocker Fontelieu, C.S. Fontelieu or Stocker Fontelieli was an American actor, theatre director, soldier and artistic director.
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