Birth Date between 1899-01-01 and 1899-12-31 (Sorted by Birth Date Ascending)
Actor | Git!
Joseph Hamilton was born on January 1, 1899 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA as Joseph Henry Hamilton. He was an actor, known for Git! (1965), Bat Masterson (1958) and The Twilight Zone (1959). He was married to Ruth Green. He died on February 20, 1965 in Orange, California, USA.
4. Lev Kuleshov
Director | Po zakonu
Lev Kuleshov was a Russian director who used the editing technique known as the "Kuleshov effect." Although some of the editing innovations, such as crosscutting were used by other directors before him, Kuleshov was the first to use it in the Soviet Russia. he was driving a Ford sports car amidst ...
Actress | La Bohème
Valentina Zimina was born on January 1, 1899 in Moscow, Russia. She was the daughter of a famous opera singer and claimed she was a countess. Valentina started performing on the stage when she was a child. Tragically her entire family was killed in 1917 during the Russian revolution. She married ...
Actor | Salavat Yulayev
Khaziakhmet Bukharskiy was born on January 1, 1899 in Satlamyshevo, Sviyazhsk uyezd, Kazan Governorate, Russian Empire as Khaziakhmet Girfanutdinovich Galimov. He was an actor, known for Salavat Yulayev (1940). He died on May 13, 1974 in Ufa, Bashkir ASSR, RSFSR, USSR.
8. Joe Donahue
Actor | Sunny
Joe Donahue was ten years younger than brother Jack, who was a well-known vaudeville and musical dancer in the twenties. Jack starred in the hits "1920 Follies" and "Sons o' Guns" (1929). He died in 1930 from the effects of high blood pressure, heart disease and kidney problems. Joe followed Jack ...
12. Alan Le May
Writer | The Searchers
Alan Le May was a novelist, short-story writer and screenwriter, although today he may be best remembered for his novels which served as the basis for two classic westerns, The Searchers (1956) and The Unforgiven (1960). He started his career as a journalist before becoming a full-time author (he ...
13. Marie Lorraine
Actress | Joe
Isabel McDonagh, or Marie Lorraine as she was professionally known, was one of three sisters who formed one of the most successful production teams in early Australian cinema. Her sister Paulette McDonagh directed her in four movies, her other sister Phyllis McDonagh managed art direction and ...
16. Carlo Duse
Writer | La colpa di una madre
Carlo Duse was born on January 5, 1899 in Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy. He was an actor and writer, known for La colpa di una madre (1952), Fanfulla da Lodi (1940) and The Little Adventurers (1939). He was married to Italia Vitaliani. He died on September 9, 1956 in Rome, Lazio, Italy.
20. 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 ...
Actor | Dorogoy moy chelovek
Pyotr Konstantinov was born on January 6, 1899 in Murom, Murom uyezd, Vladimir Governorate, Russian Empire as Pyotr Aleksandrovich Konstantinov. He was an actor, known for Dorogoy moy chelovek (1958), Evdokiya (1961) and Syn (1955). He died on October 2, 1973 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR.
25. Francis Poulenc
Soundtrack | Call Me by Your Name
Francis Poulenc was born on January 7, 1899 in Paris, France as Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc. He is known for his work on Call Me by Your Name (2017), The Great Beauty (2013) and The City of Your Final Destination (2009). He died on January 30, 1963 in Paris.
27. Kenneth Thomson
Actor | The Famous Ferguson Case
Kenneth Thomson was born on January 7, 1899 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA as Charles Kenneth Thomson. He was an actor, known for The Famous Ferguson Case (1932), Female (1933) and Jungle Bride (1933). He was married to Alden Gay. He died on January 26, 1967 in Hollywood, California, USA.
36. Paul Kerby
Music Department | Cleaning House
Composer, author and conductor, educated in England. He became a US citizen in 1948 and was appointed director of musical presentations at New York's Capitol Theatre. He was also the associate director of the Salzburg Festival in 1927, and directed the official Austrian program at the Chicago ...
41. Kenneth Casey
Soundtrack | The Counselor
Songwriter ("Sweet Georgia Brown"), composer, conductor, publisher, author, producer and child actor, educated at Marquand Preparatory and New York University. He studied piano with Vincent Lopez, and organized his own band, later conducting on radio and records. He was the president of publishing ...
42. Axel Eggebrecht
Writer | Der Verlorene
Axel Eggebrecht was born on January 10, 1899 in Leipzig, Germany as Axel Constantin August Eggebrecht. He was a writer and actor, known for Der Verlorene (1951), The Paris Adventure (1936) and Operette (1940). He was married to Inge Stolten. He died on July 14, 1991 in Hamburg, Germany.
44. Eva Le Gallienne
Actress | Resurrection
Legendary stage actress Eva Le Gallienne's life began just as grandly as the daughter of poet Richard Le Gallienne. Sarah Bernhardt was her idol growing up and, at age 18, was brought to New York by her mother. Making her London debut with "Monna Vanna" in 1914, she proved a star in every sense of ...
47. Lewis D. Collins
Director | Reformatory
Baltimore-born Lewis D. Collins got his start in show business as a stage and theater director. He moved to Hollywood in the mid-1920s, securing work as a writer and director of two-reelers. Collins was one of the more prolific American directors, up there with Sam Newfield, Lew Landers and William...
Producer | 13 Rue Madeleine
Louis de Rochemont, the maverick filmmaker and documentarian whose "The Fighting Lady" (1944) won an Oscar, was born in Chelsea. Massachusetts in 1899. He filmed his first newsreel when he was 12 years old and established his reputation making March of Time newsreels in the 1930s. His pre-World War...