Death Place Matching "New York, USA" (Sorted by Name Ascending)
Actor | Dance Hall Racket
'Killer' Joe Piro was born on March 2, 1921 in New York City, New York, USA as Frank Piro. He is known for his work on Dance Hall Racket (1953), Mad Monster Party? (1967) and That Was the Week That Was (1964). He died on February 5, 1989 in New York City.
'Legs' Diamond was born on July 10, 1897 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Jack Moran. He was married to Alice Kenny. He died in December 1931 in Albany, New York, USA.
Sister of Sarah L. Delany.
Actor | The Black King
A.B. DeComathiere was born on November 19, 1877 in New York City, New York, USA as Abram Benedict Comathiere. He was an actor and director, known for The Black King (1932), The Midnight Ace (1928) and The Exile (1931). He died on May 18, 1940 in Central Islip, Long Island, New York.
Actor | The Elusive Pimpernel
A.C. Fotheringham-Lysons was born on May 23, 1867 in Skene, Aberdeenshire, Scotland as Arthur Charles Fotheringham Lysons. He was an actor, known for The Elusive Pimpernel (1919), The Scourge (1922) and The Amateur Gentleman (1920). He died on October 8, 1947 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, ...
16. A.H. Gibbs
Soundtrack | Miller's Crossing
Songwriter ("Runnin' Wild"), composer, conductor and pianist, educated in high school in Atlantic City, New Jersey. In 1913 he came to New York where he was a pianist in dance orchestras. During World War I he served in the Allied Expeditionary Force, and by 1923 he was leading his own orchestra, ...
18. A.J. Antoon
A graduate of Boston College (Class of 1968), Massachussettes native A.J. Antoon attended the prestigious Yale School of Drama before dropping out to pursue a professional theatrical career as a director. He directed his first production, Story Theatre at New York's 151-seat St. Clement's Church in...
19. A.J. Balaban
Survived by wife and children, son Bruce and daughters Mrs. Louis Couture and Mrs. Harold Robins.
26. A.R. Gurney
Writer | 3 by Cheever
A.R. Gurney was born on November 1, 1930 in Buffalo, New York, USA as Albert Ramsdell Gurney Jr. He was a writer, known for 3 by Cheever (1979), Television Theater (1953) and Trying Times (1987). He was married to Mary Forman Goodyear. He died on June 13, 2017 in Manhattan, New York City, New York.
27. Aaron Copland
Soundtrack | He Got Game
Aaron Copland is an Academy Award-winning composer (The Heiress (1949)), author, conductor, lecturer and educator. He was educated at public schools and was a music student of his sister and later Leopold Wolfson, Victor Wittgenstein, Clarence Adler, Rubin Goldmark and Nadia Boulanger. In 1925, he ...
30. Aaron Rosand
Music Department | Requiem for a Heavyweight
Aaron Rosand was born on March 15, 1927 in Hammond, Indiana, USA as Aaron Rosen. He is known for his work on Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962), Orchestra of Exiles (2012) and Aaron Rosand: Live at Mills College (2004). He was married to Christina Khimm-Rosand, Eileen Flissler, Maree Macpherson and ...
32. Abbey Lincoln
Actress | Nothing But a Man
Abbey Lincoln was born on August 6, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Anna Marie Wooldridge. She was an actress, known for Nothing But a Man (1964), For Love of Ivy (1968) and Drugstore Cowboy (1989). She was married to Max Roach. She died on August 14, 2010 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, ...
33. Abbey Mitchell
Actress | Lime Kiln Club Field Day
Abbey Mitchell was born on September 25, 1884. She was an actress, known for Lime Kiln Club Field Day (1913), Junction 88 (1947) and Songs of Yesterday (1922). She was married to Cook, Will Marion. She died on March 16, 1960 in New York City, New York, USA.
34. Abbot Lutz
Abbot Lutz was born on August 14, 1917 in New York City, New York, USA. He died in December 1985 in New York City.
35. Abby Lewis
Actress | Mathnet
Abby Lewis was born on November 14, 1910 in Mesilla Park, New Mexico, USA as Camelia Albon Lewis. She was an actress, known for Mathnet (1987), Monsters (1988) and Square One Television (1987). She was married to John Seymour. She died on November 27, 1997 in New York City, New York, USA.
38. Abe Burrows
Writer | Just Go with It
Songwriter, composer, writer, panelist, director, singer and pianist, educated at City College of New York and New York University. He began his writing career as a script writer for "Duffy's Taven" on radio, and later, the Rudy Vallee program. He sang in his own radio shows , in night clubs, and ...
39. Abe Ellstein
Composer | Yidl mitn fidl
Composer, conductor and pianist, educated at the Third Street Settlement, the Manhattan School of Music, and Juilliard (on scholarship); a student of Frederic Jacobi, Rubin Goldmark, and Albert Stoessel. He was a member of the Metropolitan Opera's Children's Chorus between 1916 and 1920 and sang in...
40. Abe Hirschfeld
Producer | Prince of Central Park
Abe Hirschfeld was born in Poland but moved to the British Mandate of Palestine in the 1930s; he later claimed that most of his family died during the Holocaust. He moved to the United States with his family in the 1950s and made his first fortune on open-air parking garages. Part of his fortune ...
42. Abe Reles
Abe Reles was born on May 10, 1906 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He died on November 12, 1941 in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
43. Abe Simon
Actor | On the Waterfront
Abe Simon was born in 1913 in Long Island, New York, USA as Abraham Simon. He was an actor, known for On the Waterfront (1954), The United States Steel Hour (1953) and Man Against Crime (1949). He was married to Rita Renee (Siebel) Simon. He died on October 24, 1969 in New York.
44. Abel Baer
Soundtrack | Jersey Boys
Composer, songwriter ("There Are Such Things", "My Mother's Eyes"), pianist and author, educated at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, giving up dentistry to join a NY music publisher in 1920. He accompanied Nora Bayes, and came to Hollywood in 1929 to write songs for sound films. In 1955 he ...
45. Abel Green
Writer | Mr. Broadway
Editor and theatrical trade reporter ('Variety'), songwriter, composer, editor, author and producer. He organized theatrical news coverage of European and South American capitols, and edited Variey since 1933. He co-authored and produced the Philco-Variety Hall of Fame. Joining ASCAP in 1952, his ...
47. Abraham Beame
Actor | The Stowaway
Abraham Beame was born on March 20, 1906 in London, England as Abraham David Birnbaum. He was an actor, known for The Stowaway (1977), The Mike Douglas Show (1961) and An Amazin Era: Revised and Updated (1989). He was married to Mary Ingerman. He died on February 10, 2001 in New York City, New York...
48. Abraham Cahan
Writer | Hester Street
Between 1887 and 1914, more than 2 million Jews, most of them desperately poor, emigrated to the United States and Canada from what later became the Soviet Bloc. Preceding them slightly was Abraham Cahan, who arrived in New York in 1882. (A convinced Socialist, he was forced to immigrate in order ...
Actor | The Alcoa Hour
Abraham E. Ribicoff was born on April 9, 1910 in New Britain, Connecticut, USA. He was an actor, known for The Alcoa Hour (1955), What's My Line? (1950) and Government Story (1969). He died on February 22, 1998 in The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA.