Death Place Matching "Flushing, New York, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actor | D.C. Cab
He first made a name for himself in the late 1970s and early 1980s, performing several shows of raunchy comedy a day at outdoor parks in New York City, most notably in Washington Square Park, where he competed for crowds with musicians, Frisbees players, jugglers and other entertainers. Charlie was...
2. Ralph Dunn
Actor | Too Many Winners
Prolific character actor Ralph Dunn was born in Titusville, PA, in 1902. He attended college for a while, but dropped out to join a traveling vaudeville troupe, and performed in minstrel shows and melodramas until 1935, when he headed to Hollywood, but not for the usual reasons vaudevillians made ...
5. Tom Gorman
Actor | Dark Shadows
Tom Gorman was born on April 21, 1907 in Morgantown, West Virginia, USA as Thomas Brice Gorman. He was an actor, known for Dark Shadows (1966), Rocky King, Detective (1950) and East Side/West Side (1963). He was married to Madeleine Hooley. He died on October 2, 1971 in Flushing, New York, USA.
Soundtrack | Murder with Music
Actor, songwriter ("Cast Away on an Island of Love"), "composer and author, educated in public schools and then a performer in minstrel shows, carnivals, burlesque and vaudeville. He was frequently called upon to write special material. Joining ASCAP in 1955, his other popular-song compositions ...
Writer | Trouble in Hogan's Alley
Richard F. Outcault was born on January 14, 1863 in Lancaster, Ohio, USA as Richard Felton Outcault. He was a writer, known for Trouble in Hogan's Alley (1900), Buster and His Dog: Be a Good Boy (1904) and Buster and His Dog: Buster, Quiet! (1904). He was married to Mary Jane Martin. He died on ...
12. Larry Smith
Actor | Psych
Larry Smith was born on June 11, 1951 in St. Albans, Queens, New York City, New York, USA as Lawrence Michael Smith. He is known for his work on Psych (2006), Run-DMC: Together Forever - Greatest Hits 1983-2000 (2000) and The Intervention of Brad (2006). He died on December 18, 2014 in Flushing, ...
14. Lou Handman
Soundtrack | Das Experiment
Songwriter ("Are You Lonesome Tonight?"), composer and pianist. He toured in vaudeville in Australia, and served in the US Army during World War I, then was a pianist for music-publishing firms and accompanied vaudeville singers. Joining ASCAP in 1923, his chief musical collaborator was Irving ...
17. Jack Abel
19. Cyril Scott
Actor | Arizona
Cyril Scott was born on February 9, 1866 in Bambridge, County Down, Ireland. He was an actor, known for Arizona (1913), The Day of Days (1914) and The Lords of High Decision (1916). He was married to Louise J. Eissing. He died on August 16, 1945 in Flushing, New York, USA.
24. Madeline Belt
Actress | Paradise in Harlem
Baby faced and petite, Madeline Belt was a well-known dancer in Broadway shows, floor shows at such places as the Cotton Club, the Apollo Theatre and the West End Theater, all in Harlem, and on the vaudeville circuit from about 1922 to the late 1940s. Her mother's second husband was the famous band...
25. Monty Banks Jr.
Actor | Martin Kane, Private Eye
Monty Banks Jr. was born on January 1, 1920 in New York, New York, USA as Leo Lowenstein Jr. He was an actor, known for Martin Kane (1949), Mickey's Pals (1927) and The Legend of Josiah Blow (1952). He was married to Erma. He died on March 13, 2002 in Flushing, New York.
26. Leon Searle
Animation Department | Monty and the Missionary
Worked as a newspaper cartoonist, creating the comic strips "Jimmy Johnnypants" (1905-1906) for the Pulitzer papers, "Mrs. Timekiller" (1907-1915),"George Washington, Junior"(1911), "Why?" (1911) and "Ruff and Reddy" (1913-1915) for the Philadelphia Press syndicate, "Heard Along the Rialto","Bugs ...
35. Mlle. Ottowa
Actress | The Woman, the Lion and the Man
Mlle. Ottowa was born on August 23, 1897 in Boulogne-sur-Mer, Pas-de-Calais, France as Emma Charlotte Collebeaux. She was an actress, known for The Woman, the Lion and the Man (1915), Almost Right (1916) and Harmony and Discord (1916). She was married to Paul Ingolio. She died in October 1985 in ...
39. Henry Herbert
Henry Herbert was born on March 17, 1878 in London, England as Henry William Leonard Herbert. He was an actor, known for If You Could Only Cook (1935), Let 'em Have It (1935) and Lady Luck (1946). He was married to Gladys Rosalie Vanderzee. He died on February 20, 1947 in Flushing, Long Island, New...
43. Leon H. Caverly
Camera Department | Neptune's Daughter
Leon Hollis Caverly is believed to be the first cinematographer sent overseas to film combat in France, Belgium and Germany during World War I.
Caverly was born in Dover, New Hampshire, to John W. and Elnora Mary Caverly. His father was a paper hanger. Young Caverly worked as a cameraman for motion ...