Date of Death between 1960-01-01 and 1960-12-31 (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)


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1. Margaret Sullavan

Actress | The Shop Around the Corner

Born in Norfolk, Virginia to wealthy stockbroker Cornelius Hancock Sullavan and heiress Garland Council Sullavan, Margaret Brooke overcame a muscle weakness in her childhood to go on to become a rebellious teenager at posh private schools. She went on to perform with the University Players at ...

2. Clark Gable

Actor | It Happened One Night

William Clark Gable was born on February 1, 1901 in Cadiz, Ohio, to Adeline (Hershelman) and William Henry Gable, an oil-well driller. He was of German, Irish, and Swiss-German descent. When he was seven months old, his mother died, and his father sent him to live with his maternal aunt and uncle ...

3. Ward Bond

Actor | The Quiet Man

Gruff, burly American character actor. Born in 1903 in Benkelman, Nebraska (confirmed by Social Security records; sources stating 1905 or Denver, Colorado are in error.) Bond grew up in Denver, the son of a lumberyard worker. He attended the University of Southern California, where he got work as ...

4. Hope Emerson

Actress | Caged

Although there may have been "bigger" actresses in Hollywood's history, there were few "larger" than Hope Emerson. At 6' 2" and 230 pounds, she towered over many of her male co-stars, and her size, brusque voice and stern demeanor typed her for a career in villainous roles, such as her star turn as...

5. Edward Brophy

Actor | The Whole Town's Talking

Edward S. Brophy was born on February 27, 1895 in New York City and educated at the University of Virginia. He became a bit and small-part in the movies starting in 1919, but switched to behind-the-scenes work for job security, though he continued appearing in small parts. While serving as a ...

6. Richard Cromwell

Actor | Men of the Hour

With smooth, boyish good looks, Richard Cromwell had the makings of a Hollywood star while talking movies were in their infancy. Falling far short of that goal, some of which was his own doing, he is hardly remembered today. The equivalent back then in fresh-faced, fair-haired appeal to 60s Dr. ...

7. Douglas Spencer

Actor | The Thing from Another World

Douglas Spencer was born on February 10, 1910 in Princeton, Illinois, USA as William Henry Mesenkop. He is known for his work on The Thing from Another World (1951), This Island Earth (1955) and The Diary of Anne Frank (1959). He died on October 6, 1960 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

8. Richard Cramer

Actor | Captain of the Guard

Richard Cramer was born on July 3, 1889 in Bryan, Ohio, USA as Richard Earl Cramer. He was an actor, known for Captain of the Guard (1930), Saps at Sea (1940) and Hell-Bent for Frisco (1931). He was married to Hilda. He died on August 9, 1960 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

9. Basil Ruysdael

Actor | Broken Arrow

Basil Ruysdael was born on July 24, 1878 in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA as Basil Spaulding Millspaugh. He was an actor, known for Broken Arrow (1950), Colorado Territory (1949) and Pinky (1949). He was married to Kathleen Dobbyn, Rose Swettenham and Eleanor Mason Manierre. He died on October 10, ...

10. Victor Sjöström

Actor | Smultronstället

Victor Sjöström was born on September 20, 1879, and is the undisputed father of Swedish film, ranking as one of the masters of world cinema. His influence lives on in the work of Ingmar Bergman and all those directors, both Swedish and international, influenced by his work and the works of ...

11. George Zucco

Actor | The Cat and the Canary

At 22, George Zucco decided to begin his stage career in earnest in the Canadian provinces in 1908. In the course of the following decade, he also performed in an American vaudeville tour with his young wife, Frances, in a routine called "The Suffragette." As World War I grew in scale, Zucco ...

12. Louis Jean Heydt

Actor | The Big Sleep

An American character actor who specialized in "average joes", often timid or down-on-their-luck, Louis Jean Heydt was born in Montclair, New Jersey, and educated at Worcester Academy and Dartmouth College. He intended a career in journalism and worked as a reporter for the old New York World, but ...

13. John Charlesworth

Actor | Scrooge

John Charlesworth was born on November 12, 1935 in Hull, England. He was an actor, known for Scrooge (1951), Tom Brown's Schooldays (1951) and The Children of the New Forest (1955). He died on April 2, 1960 in Birmingham, England.

14. Sam Buffington

Actor | Invasion of the Saucer Men

Sam Buffington was born on October 12, 1931 in Swansea, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor, known for Invasion of the Saucer Men (1957), Damn Citizen (1958) and Mike Hammer (1958). He was married to Patsy Ann Whitehouse. He died on May 15, 1960 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

15. Lynn Baggett

Actress | D.O.A.

Tall, regal, sultry-eyed, flame-haired (later blonde) Lynn Baggett is better remembered for her turbulent, unhappy private life than for her "B" level acting roles. Born Ruth Baggett in Wichita Falls, Texas, on May 10, 1923, her father, David L., was in the oil business and her mother, the former ...

16. Dennis Hoey

Actor | Sherlock Holmes Faces Death

Dennis Hoey was born on March 30, 1893 in London, England as Samuel David Hyams. He was an actor, known for Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943), Terror by Night (1946) and David and Bathsheba (1951). He was married to Josephine Marta Ricca and Sarah Pearl-Cissie Lyons. He died on July 25, 1960 in ...

17. Doris Weston

Actress | Mandrake, the Magician

She was born of Swedish ancestry, Thyra Doris Marion Swanstrom, in Chicago, Illinois. Her career began as a singer on NBC radio and as a vocalist in nightclubs. A very pretty blonde, Doris got her first break of sorts in 1935 after appearing on "Major Bowe's Original Amateur Hour" in New York. She ...

18. Jacques Becker

Writer | Le trou

His interest in films was stimulated by a meeting with King Vidor, who offered him employment in the US as actor and assistant director. However, he remained in France and became assistant to Jean Renoir, a friend of the family, during that director's peak period (1932-39). In 1934 he ventured ...

19. Clara Kimball Young

Actress | The Common Law

Clara Kimball Young was born Clarisa Kimball on September 6, 1890, to Edward Kimball and the former Mrs. E.M. Kimball, traveling stock company actors with the Holden Co. Though she claimed Chicago as her birthplace, there are no records of her being born in Cook County--which includes Chicago--and ...

20. Gregory Ratoff

Actor | All About Eve

Producer, director and actor Gregory Ratoff was born in Samara, Russia on April 20, 1897, and studied at the University of St. Petersburg. His pursuit of a law career was interrupted by service in the Czar's army, and he fought in World War I. He later changed his focus and went on to make a name ...

21. Mack Sennett

Actor | The Ghost

Mack Sennett was born Michael Sinnott on January 17, 1880 in Danville, Quebec, Canada, to Irish immigrant farmers. When he was 17, his parents moved the family to East Berlin, Connecticut, and he became a laborer at American Iron Works, a job he continued when they moved to Northampton, ...

22. Véra Clouzot

Actress | Les diaboliques

Véra Gibson-Amado, known professionally as Véra Clouzot, was a Brazilian-French actress.

In 1941, Véra met French actor Léo Lapara, a member of the theater company of Louis Jouvet, who toured in Brazil during World War II. Vera married the actor, taking part in the company's South American tour that...

23. Walter Catlett

Actor | Bringing Up Baby

Walter Catlett carved out a career for himself playing excitable, officious blowhards, and few actors did it better. A San Francisco native, he started out in vaudeville - with a detour for a while in opera - before breaking into films in the mid-1920s. Two of his best remembered roles were as the ...

24. Oscar Hammerstein II

Soundtrack | State Fair

Oscar Hammerstein II was born on July 12, 1895 in New York City, New York, USA as Oscar Greeley Clendenning Hammerstein. He was married to Dorothy Hammerstein and Myra Finn. He died on August 23, 1960 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA.

25. Lowell Gilmore

Actor | The Picture of Dorian Gray

Lowell Gilmore was born on December 20, 1906 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. He was an actor, known for The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945), The Black Arrow (1948) and Tripoli (1950). He died on January 31, 1960 in Hollywood, California, USA.

26. John Miljan

Actor | The Ten Commandments

John Miljan was born on November 9, 1892 in Lead City, South Dakota, USA as Jovan Miljanovic. He was an actor, known for The Ten Commandments (1956), Torchy Runs for Mayor (1939) and The Fallen Sparrow (1943). He was married to Victoria Lowe Creighton. He died on January 24, 1960 in Hollywood, Los ...

27. Mike Donovan

Actor | Lights Out

Mike Donovan was born on November 29, 1878 in North Brookfield, Massachusetts, USA as Michael Patrick Donovan. He was an actor, known for Lights Out (1946), Bringing Up Father (1946) and The Texas Terror (1925). He was married to Maria Oliver. He died on November 10, 1960 in Los Angeles County, ...

28. Albert Camus

Writer | The Misunderstanding

Albert Camus was born on November 7, 1913, in Mondovi, Algeria. His parents were Spanish-French-Algerian (pied noir) colonists. His father, named Lucien Camus died in the Battle of Marne (1914) during WWI. His mother, named Catherine Helene Sintes was of Spanish origin, she was a mute deaf, due to ...

29. Eddie Cochran

Soundtrack | Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Eddie Cochran was born as Edward Raymond Cochran on October 3, 1938 in Albert Lea, Minnesota. When Eddie was 14, his parents moved to Bell Gardens, California where he began playing the guitar. In 1954, Eddie joined a local band with songwriter Hank Cochran where Eddie performed as the second ...

30. Pierre Watkin

Actor | Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Pierre Watkin was one of a stable of tall, distinguished-looking and sophisticated character actors (such as Russell Hicks, Jonathan Hale, Selmer Jackson and Samuel S. Hinds) whom Hollywood kept steadily employed playing political leaders, army officers, lawyers, wealthy businessmen and the like. ...

31. Diana Barrymore

Actress | Between Us Girls

"Too Much, Too Soon" was the story of Diana's life, and the title of her autobiography. Her father was stage and screen legend John Barrymore; and her mother was Blanche Oelrichs (who wrote under the masculine pseudonym Michael Strange), who had just divorced Mr. Thomas and had 2 children (Leonard ...

32. Frank Lloyd

Director | Mutiny on the Bounty

Frank Lloyd was an unpretentious, technically skilled director, who crafted several enduring Hollywood classics during the 1930's. He started out as a stage actor and singer in early 1900's London and was well-known as an imitator of Harry Lauder. After several years in music hall and with touring ...

33. Ian Keith

Actor | The Ten Commandments

Ian Keith became a well regarded fixture on the Broadway stage during the 1920s, but from 1924 through the remainder of the decade he expanded his acting into a string of silent movies as well. To begin the next decade, he appeared in the cast of Abraham Lincoln (1930), one of the later movies of ...

34. Marilyn Johnson

Actress | Secrets of a Sorority Girl

Marilyn Johnson was born on September 19, 1922 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. She was an actress, known for Secrets of a Sorority Girl (1945), A Hit with a Miss (1945) and Wife Decoy (1945). She was married to Forrest Tucker. She died on July 19, 1960 in Beverly Hills, California, USA.

35. Cedric Gibbons

Art Director | An American in Paris

After graduating from New York's Art Students League he worked for his architect father, then started film work at Edison Studios in 1915 assisting Hugo Ballin. In 1918 he moved to Goldwyn as art director and, in 1924, began his 32 year stint as supervising art director for some 1500 MGM films, ...

36. Hans Albers

Soundtrack | Soul Kitchen

Life companion was the actress Hansi Burg. Their relationship started in 1925. They separated in 1935 due to the pressure of the German Nazi government. In 1938 she went into exile in Switzerland (later London). Shortly after this she married the Norwegian Erich Blydt. Burg returned to Germany and ...

37. Lucien Littlefield

Actor | The Cat and the Canary

Lucien Littlefield was born on August 16, 1895 in San Antonio, Texas, USA as Lucien Lovell Littlefield. He was an actor and writer, known for The Cat and the Canary (1927), Seven Keys to Baldpate (1929) and The Westerner (1940). He was married to Constance Palmer. He died on June 4, 1960 in ...

38. Maude Eburne

Actress | The Bat Whispers

Eburne started on the stage in Ontario and New York, later appearing on Broadway in 1914, playing a cockney maid. She played comic servants on stage until 1930 then moved to films in 1931. On screen, she played a variety of roles from maids to aristocrats to pipe-smoking harridans. Eburne retired ...

39. Prince Aly Khan

Self | Champagne Safari

Prince Aly Khan was born on June 13, 1911 in Turin, Italy as Aly Salomone Khan. He was married to Rita Hayworth and Joan Yarde-Buller. He died on May 12, 1960 in France.

40. Johnny Horton

Soundtrack | Desert Hearts

Johnny Horton was born in Los Angeles, but at an early age he moved with his sharecropping parents to Tyler, Texas, where he grew up. Fishing was an early interest in life and he traveled to Alaska to seek employment in this capacity, but after returning to Texas he took up singing. His singing ...

41. Slim Whitaker

Actor | The Man from New Mexico

American cowboy and actor Slim Whitaker was working the rodeo circuit at age 17, eventually becoming a cowhand on the Chowchilla Ranch in central California. In 1912 he was hired as a riding extra and stunt man by Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson for westerns being filmed in Niles Canyon, CA. ...

42. Dudley Nichols

Writer | Stagecoach

Before becoming a screenwriter, he was a star reporter and feature writer for the New York Post.

43. Phyllis Haver

Actress | The Midnight Express

Phyllis Haver was born Phyllis O'Haver on January 6, 1899, in Douglas, KS. When she was a child her family moved to California. Young Phyllis got a job playing piano at a local movie theater. Producer Mack Sennett saw her and hired her to be one of his "Sennett Bathing Beauties". Between 1916-20 ...

44. Alma Kruger

Actress | These Three

Matronly, grandmotherly character actress, in films 1935-47, best known as head nurse Molly Byrd in the "Dr. Kildare/Dr. Gillespie" films of the 1930s and '40s. 64 years old when she made her film debut in William Wyler's "These Three" in 1935, she lived to be 88, dying in 1960.

45. Bob Reeves

Actor | Riding for Life

Bob Reeves was born on January 28, 1892 in Marlin, Texas, USA as Robert Jasper Reeves. He is known for his work on Riding for Life (1925), The Lonesome Trail (1930) and Court-Martial (1928). He died on April 12, 1960 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.

46. Arthur L. Jarrett

Writer | Moonlight and Pretzels

Arthur L. Jarrett was a stage actor and writer. He was the father of singer Arthur Jarrett and the brother of Daniel Jarrett, Broadway playwright. He played in stock companies all over the US from the 1890s, and appeared in 1955 in the play "The Bad Seed." In 1952, he was seen in "The Shrike" with ...

47. Sammy White

Actor | Show Boat

Sammy White was born on May 28, 1894 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA. He was an actor, known for Show Boat (1936), The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) and Living It Up (1954). He was married to Beatrice Curtis and Eva Puck. He died on March 3, 1960 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.

48. Alexander Gauge

Actor | The Pickwick Papers

Alexander Gauge was born on July 29, 1914 in Wenchow, China as Alexander Ralph Gauge. He was an actor, known for The Pickwick Papers (1952), The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955) and Murder in the Cathedral (1951). He was married to Phyllis Anne Lilley. He died on August 29, 1960 in Woking, Surrey, ...

49. Kathlyn Williams

Actress | The Rosary

Pioneer silver screen star Kathlyn Williams is primarily known as the spry blonde of the very first Hollywood cliffhanger, The Adventures of Kathlyn (1913), in which her real first name was used in the title. This accomplishment has resulted in many reference works mistakenly referring to her as an...

50. Marek Windheim

Actor | Holiday Inn

Marek Windheim was born on April 8, 1895 in Warsaw, Poland, Russian Empire. He was an actor, known for Holiday Inn (1942), Something to Sing About (1937) and Play Girl (1941). He died on December 1, 1960 in New York City, New York, USA.


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