Birth Date between 1904-01-01 and 1904-12-31 (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)


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51. Milton Parsons

Actor | The Hidden Hand

Milton Parsons was born on May 19, 1904 in Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA as Ernest Milton Parsons. He was an actor, known for The Hidden Hand (1942), The Twilight Zone (1959) and The Wild Wild West (1965). He died on May 15, 1980 in Los Angeles County, California, USA.

52. Charles 'Buddy' Rogers

Actor | Wings

Charles 'Buddy' Rogers was born on August 13, 1904 in Olathe, Kansas, USA. He was an actor, known for Wings (1927), This Way Please (1937) and Follow Thru (1930). He was married to Beverly Ricono and Mary Pickford. He died on April 21, 1999 in Rancho Mirage, California, USA.

53. Grandon Rhodes

Actor | Earth vs. the Flying Saucers

Grandon Rhodes was born on August 7, 1904 in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA as Grandon Neviers Augustine Rolker. He was an actor, known for Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956), Tripoli (1950) and All the King's Men (1949). He was married to Ruth Lee and Eveta Bryant. He died on June 9, 1987 in Encino...

54. George Bruggeman

Actor | If I'm Lucky

George Bruggeman was born on November 1, 1904 in Antwerp, Belgium as Georges Bruggeman. He is known for his work on If I'm Lucky (1946), You Hit the Spot (1945) and The Living Christ Series (1951). He was married to Emily Priscilla Mills. He died on June 9, 1967 in North Hollywood, California, USA.

55. Edgar G. Ulmer

Director | The Naked Dawn

Edgar G. Ulmer was born on September 17, 1904 in Olmütz, Moravia, Austria-Hungary as Edgar George Ulmer. He was a director and writer, known for The Naked Dawn (1955), The Black Cat (1934) and Isle of Forgotten Sins (1943). He was married to Shirley Ulmer and Joan Warner. He died on September 30, ...

56. Raymond Huntley

Actor | The House in the Square

Birmingham-born Raymond Huntley was one of those instantly recognisable, mannered types that popped up in classic British films of the 1940's and 50's. Tall and austere, he had a somewhat mean, sour-faced look, accentuated whenever staring with icy disdain from behind horn-rimmed spectacles. This, ...

57. Steven Geray

Actor | Gilda

Diminutive, gentle-featured character actor, who specialised in playing meek, reticent or kindly gentlemen, usually of Gallic, Germanic or Eastern European backgrounds. Istvan Gyergyay was born in the old Austro/Hungarian town of Ungvar (present-day Uzhgorod) and studied at Budapest University. His...

58. Graham Greene

Writer | The Quiet American

Graham Greene was one of the greatest novelists of the 20th century and his influence on the cinema and theatre was enormous. He wrote five plays and almost all of his novels, including "Brighton Rock", "The Ministry of Fear" and "The End of the Affair", have been brought to the screen. A superb ...

59. Chishû Ryû

Actor | Tôkyô monogatari

What an amazing career! Few can boast a longer one (64 years of activity). Few have been able to have to relate to three generations. And it is pretty sure that no one can compare with him in terms of faithfulness to a director: Chishu Ryu indeed appeared in no fewer than fifty-two out of ...

60. Anthony Bushell

Actor | A Night to Remember

Anthony Bushell was born on May 19, 1904 in Westerham, Kent, England as Anthony Arnatt Bushell. He was an actor and producer, known for A Night to Remember (1958), The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934) and The Royal Bed (1931). He was married to Zelma O'Neal and Anne. He died on April 2, 1997 in Oxford, ...

61. Roland Winters

Actor | Docks of New Orleans

Roland Winters was born on November 22, 1904 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Roland Winternitz. He was an actor and writer, known for Docks of New Orleans (1948), The Feathered Serpent (1948) and Shanghai Chest (1948). He was married to Ada C. Howe. He died on October 22, 1989 in Englewood, New ...

62. Robert B. Williams

Actor | The Killing

Robert B. Williams was born on September 23, 1904 in Glencoe, Illinois, USA. He was an actor, known for The Killing (1956), Black Arrow (1944) and The Bat (1959). He died on June 17, 1978 in Orange County, California, USA.

63. Martin Kosleck

Actor | Agent for H.A.R.M.

His icy demeanor and piercing stare on screen epitomized the type of Nazi menace with a blind obedience to Hitler that everyone loved to hate. Kosleck portrayed Goebbels, Hitler's propaganda minister, 5 times, as well as various German army officers, SS troopers and concentration camp officers. He ...

64. Doris Packer

Actress | Leave It to Beaver

Prime character actress Doris Packer has one of those glowering faces you know you've seen time and time again but just can't seem to place. Close your eyes, however, and that bosom-heavy voice of hers is absolutely unmistakable. Found amid plush settings and usually the owner of the bluest blood ...

65. Patsy Ruth Miller

Actress | Fools in the Dark

Patsy Ruth Miller was born on January 17, 1904 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Patricia Ruth Miller. She was an actress, known for Fools in the Dark (1924), Hell-Bent for Heaven (1926) and The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923). She was married to Effingham Smith Deans, John Lee Mahin and Tay Garnett. ...

66. Philip Van Zandt

Actor | Citizen Kane

Philip Van Zandt was born on October 4, 1904 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands as Philip Pinheiro. He was an actor, known for Citizen Kane (1941), His Kind of Woman (1951) and House of Frankenstein (1944). He died on February 15, 1958 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

67. Peter Madden

Actor | From Russia with Love

Peter Madden was born on August 9, 1904 in Ipoh, Malaysia as Dudley Frederick Peter Butler-Madden. He was an actor, known for From Russia with Love (1963), The Message (1976) and The Avengers (1961). He was married to Mary Jordan. He died on February 24, 1976 in Bognor Regis, West Sussex, England.

68. Angela Baddeley

Actress | Upstairs, Downstairs

Angela Baddeley was born on July 4, 1904 in West Ham, London, England as Madeline Angela Clinton-Baddeley. She was an actress, known for Upstairs, Downstairs (1971), The Speckled Band (1931) and Tom Jones (1963). She was married to Glen Byam Shaw and Stephen Thomas. She died on February 22, 1976 in...

69. Fifi D'Orsay

Actress | Going Hollywood

Although she made her career playing the quintessential Parisian coquette, Fifi D'Orsay was actually a Canadian. She was born Yvonne Lussier in Montreal, Québec, in 1904. At the age of 20 she arrived in New York, determined to become an actress. She was met by Helen Morgan, whom she knew from ...

70. Jerry Colonna

Actor | Alice in Wonderland

Comedian, composer, songwriter ("At Dusk", "I Came to Say Goodbye"), author and trombonist, educated in high school, then a trombonist with the Columbia Symphony (1931-1936). He was a member of the Bob Hope radio program, and appears in many films. Joining ASCAP in 1956, his other songs include "...

71. Gregg Toland

Cinematographer | Citizen Kane

Born in Illinois in 1904, the only child of Jennie and Frank Toland, Gregg and his mother moved to California several years after his parents divorced in 1910. Through Jennie's work as a housekeeper for several people in the movie business, Gregg may had gotten a $12-a-week job at age 15 as an ...

72. Val Lewton

Producer | The Body Snatcher

Born in Russia in 1904, Lewton moved with his mother and sister to Berlin in 1906, then to USA in 1909. He wrote for newspapers, magazines, novels, pornography, etc.- often using pseudonyms to disguise their origin (the name Val Lewton was one such pseudonym, used first for some novels in the 1930'...

73. Helen Kane

Actress | Dangerous Nan McGrew

Lively childish leading lady on stage and films during the transition to sound. She began on stage at seventeen and went on to films in 1929. She made several early talkies at Paramount but her popularity soon waned.

74. Rodd Redwing

Actor | Charro!

Roderic (Rodd) Redwing claimed to be a Chickasaw Indian, although recent data raises questions about his heritage. He was born on August 24, 1904 in New York City, New York, USA. His father, Ulysses Redwing, was a stage actor. He traveled with his family to England and attended London's Westminster...

75. Theodore Newton

Actor | The World Changes

Theodore Newton was born on August 4, 1904 in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, USA. He was an actor, known for The World Changes (1933), Jalna (1935) and Kraft Theatre (1947). He was married to Emily Lawrence and Alexandrina (Drina) Hill. He died on February 28, 1963 in Hollywood, California, USA.

76. Sally Rand

Actress | Sunset Murder Case

She's considered an American icon in the world of entertainment although most contemporaries have no idea who she is until her legendary risqué "fan dance" is brought up. Then they put two and two together. Burlesque star Sally Rand was born in the Ozark region (Missouri) in 1904, her father a ...

77. Alice White

Actress | Broadway Babies

This Hollywood High graduate began her career as a secretary and script girl, working for Josef von Sternberg and Charles Chaplin. A sexy and bubbly player, she was repeatedly miscast as a singer-dancer. She toured the vaudeville circuit after her career spluttered, returning to Hollywood only to ...

78. Fabia Drake

Actress | A Room with a View

Fabia Drake was born on January 20, 1904 in Herne Bay, Kent, England as Ethel Fabia McGlinchy. She was an actress, known for A Room with a View (1985), Valmont (1989) and The Good Companions (1957). She was married to Maxwell Joseph Hall Turner. She died on February 28, 1990 in London, England.

79. Tom Helmore

Actor | Vertigo

Helmore served as an apprentice in his father's accounting firm while working as an extra in movies. He subsequently pursued acting as a career, working predominantly on the stage. The 1945 Broadway musical "The Day Before Spring" led to Helmore's Hollywood career. In British and American films, ...

80. Robert Livingston

Soundtrack | Money Train

Bob Livingston's father was a newspaper editor in Quincy, Illinois. As a reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News Bob did a story on the Pasadena Playhouse, and that got him interested in acting. In his mid-20s, he was doing bit parts for Universal and Fox and went from there to romantic roles with ...

81. Jimmy Dorsey

Actor | I Dood It

Legendary saxophonist, conductor, songwriter and composer ("I'm Glad There Is You" and "Contrasts" [his theme]), educated in public schools and a cornet student of his father. Through the 1920s he was a saxophonist in orchestras including those of Paul Whiteman, Red Nichols, and the California ...

82. Laura La Plante

Actress | The Cat and the Canary

Laura La Plante was 15 years old when she entered films as a Christie Comedy Bathing Beauty. By 1921, she had played a number of roles including a Tom Mix Western called The Big Town Round-Up (1921) for Fox and The Old Swimmin' Hole (1921) for First National. Laura, now 17, next signed with ...

83. Murray Alper

Actor | The Maltese Falcon

Murray Alper was born on January 11, 1904 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for The Maltese Falcon (1941), Saboteur (1942) and King of the Underworld (1939). He died on November 16, 1984 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

84. Joe Ploski

Actor | Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine

Joe Ploski was born on April 16, 1904 in New Jersey, USA as Joseph Henry Ploski. He is known for his work on Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965), M Squad (1957) and Li'l Abner (1959). He died on May 17, 1993 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

85. Edward J. Nugent

Actor | Rio Grande Romance

Edward J. Nugent was born on February 7, 1904 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor and director, known for Rio Grande Romance (1936), She Loves Me Not (1934) and College Humor (1933). He was married to Suzanne W. He died on January 3, 1995 in New York City.

86. George Formby

Soundtrack | Boots! Boots!

Born George Hoy Booth in Wigan, Lancashire on 26 May 1904, he later took his father's stage name of George Formby. He briefly attended school where he failed to learn to read or write so was removed from formal education and sent to become a stable boy in Middleham, North Yorkshire, where he later ...

87. June Collyer

Actress | Murder by Television

June Collyer was born Dorothea Heermance in New York City on August 19, 1906. She began her career in the film East Side, West Side (1927). After making the successful change to the sound era, June continued to work, something some of her counterparts couldn't do. She appeared on the silver screen ...

88. Virginia Brown Faire

Actress | Breed of the West

Virginia Brown Faire was born on June 26, 1904 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA as Virginia Cecelia Labuna. She was an actress, known for Breed of the West (1930), Monte Cristo (1922) and Welcome Stranger (1924). She was married to William Bayer, Duke Worne, Jack Dougherty and Dick Durham....

89. Alfonso Bedoya

Actor | The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

Mexican character actor who achieved his greatest success in U.S. films. He was born in Mexico city, living in numerous places throughout the country. He received a private education in Houston, Texas as a teenager, but dropped out and roamed about doing an assortment of jobs. His family, however, ...

90. John Eldredge

Actor | High Sierra

John Eldredge was born on August 30, 1904 in San Francisco, California, USA. He was an actor, known for High Sierra (1941), The Master Key (1945) and Dark Alibi (1946). He died on September 23, 1961 in Laguna Beach, California.

91. Ralph Forbes

Actor | Twentieth Century

Ralph Forbes had other ideas than the family wish for him to seek a career in law or the navy. He became interested in acting and began stage work in England. By 1917, he had come to the US to get his feet wet in the film medium with his first silent that year. But he returned to the UK to work in ...

92. Glenn Miller

Soundtrack | The Shape of Water

Alton Glenn Miller was born on March 1, 1904, in Clarinda, Iowa; the son of Lewis Elmer and Mattie Lou Cavender Miller. He started his music studies when his father gave him a mandolin. He soon traded the mandolin for an old horn. In 1916 he switched to trombone. In 1923, he enrolled in the ...

93. Florence Lake

Actress | Quiet Please!

Florence Lake was born on November 27, 1904 in Charleston, South Carolina, USA as Florence Silverlake. She was an actress, known for Quiet Please! (1933), Wrong Direction (1934) and Secret Service (1931). She was married to John Graham Owens. She died on April 11, 1980 in Woodland Hills, Los ...

94. Edwina Booth

Actress | Trapped in Tia Juana

American leading actress of the early talkie period, whose ordeal during the production of Trader Horn (1931) led her retirement and to false rumors of her death. She had some brief stage experience before getting some unimportant film roles. She was given a leading role in the ambitious adventure ...

95. Lucien Ballard

Cinematographer | The Wild Bunch

Lucien Ballard, the cinematographer best known for his collaboration with director Sam Peckinpah on such films as The Wild Bunch (1969), was born in Miami, Oklahoma. Ballard became a wanderer after dropping out of the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania and the University of Oklahoma, journeying ...

96. Count Basie

Soundtrack | Pearl Harbor

The famed composer ("One O'Clock Jump", "Two O'Clock Jump", "Jumpin' at the Woodside"), pianist, songwriter and bandleader began as an accompanist to vaudeville acts. He joined the Bennie Moten orchestra in Kansas City, later organizing his own orchestra and performing on radio. In 1936 he came to ...

97. Enid Stamp-Taylor

Actress | Easy Virtue

Enid Stamp-Taylor was born on June 12, 1904 in Monkseaton, England. She was an actress, known for Easy Virtue (1928), The Wicked Lady (1945) and Three Wise Brides (1941). She died on January 13, 1946 in London, England.

98. Elizabeth Allen

Self | Hollywood Goes to Town

Elizabeth Allen was born on December 26, 1904 in Louisville, Kentucky, USA as Elizabeth Daniel Allen. She was an actress, known for Hollywood Goes to Town (1938), Guess My Story (1953) and The Three Weird Sisters (1948). She was married to Robert Montgomery. She died on June 28, 1992 in Patterson, ...

99. John Brown

Actor | Robot Monster

John Brown was born on April 4, 1904 in Hull, Yorkshire, England. He was an actor, known for Robot Monster (1953), Strangers on a Train (1951) and The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950). He died on May 16, 1957 in West Hollywood, California, USA.

100. Bill Elliott

Actor | Old Los Angeles

Born Gordon Nance in 1904 on a farm in Pattonsburg, Missouri -- a small town about 60 miles northeast of Kansas City -- the future "Wild Bill Elliott" grew up around horses. His father was a commissioner at the Kansas City Stockyards. and at age 16 Elliott won a first-place ribbon in that city's ...


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