Death Place Matching "Syracuse, New York, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
Actor | Charlie's Angels
William Putch was born on April 22, 1924 in Bellevue, Pennsylvania, USA as William Henry Putch. He was an actor, known for Charlie's Angels (1976), Family (1976) and The Mike Douglas Show (1961). He was married to Jean Stapleton. He died on November 23, 1983 in Syracuse, New York, USA.
Self | Call Me Lucky
Barry Crimmins was born on July 3, 1953 in Kingston, New York, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for Call Me Lucky (2015), The New Adventures of Beans Baxter (1987) and Lenny Clarke's Late Show (1980). He was married to Helen Lysen. He died on February 28, 2018 in Syracuse, New York.
5. Jean Carroll
Actress | Naughty New Orleans
Jean Carroll came from a show business family. Her parents were actors. Her mother, Fern Lacey, was the original "Buster Brown" in vaudeville. Jean, with her sister JoAnn (Miss Hollywood of 1932), did extra and bit parts at M.G.M. and Hal Roach Studios from 1931 to 1933. They were in vaudeville and...
Writer | Stone Butch Blues
Leslie Feinberg was born on September 1, 1949 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. She was an actress and writer, known for Stone Butch Blues, Growing Up Creepie (2006) and Transexual Menace (1996). She was married to Minni Bruce Pratt. She died on November 15, 2014 in Syracuse, New York, USA.
Actor | Monster Movie Matinee
Alan F. Milair is an American actor that was born and grew up in Charleston, West Virginia. He moved to Syracuse N.Y. and became well know as Dr. Edward Nicholas Witty, his character in Monster Movie Matinée. His long running show featured black and white horror movies with scenes of Alan ...
10. Tom McEvoy
Director | The Baseball Revue of 1917
Tom McEvoy was born on January 28, 1869 in Cortland, New York, USA as Thomas J. McEvoy. He was an actor and director, known for The Baseball Revue of 1917 (1917), Fire and Sword (1914) and Our Mutual Girl (1914). He was married to Regina Nagle. He died on November 7, 1942 in Syracuse, New York.
11. Edward Roseman
Actor | Fantomas
Edward Roseman was born on May 14, 1875 in Terre Haute, Indiana, USA as Ernest Frederick Roseman. He was an actor, known for Fantomas (1920), The Tiger Woman (1917) and Big Hearted Jim (1913). He was married to Sophia Anderson. He died on September 16, 1957 in Syracuse, New York, USA.
14. Harold McGrath
Writer | Pleasures of the Rich
Harold McGrath was born in Syracuse, NY. He got his start as a writer with a job as a reporter and columnist on the "Syracuse Herald" newspaper, and published his first novel, "Arms and the Woman", in 1899. He turned into a prolific--though some critics said uninspired--author after that, churning ...
17. Scott Columbus
Actor | Manowar: Blow Your Speakers
Ace rock drummer Scott Columbus was born on November 10, 1956. Scott joined the line-up for the hugely popular and successful heavy metal outfit Manowar in 1983; he was reportedly discovered by a female fan of the group beating aluminum in a local foundry. Columbus took a hiatus from the band in ...
Writer | Book of Numbers
African-American writer, son of a minister and a schoolteacher; graduated from Virginia Union College in 1937 and went on to graduate studies at Fisk, Columbia, and New York University. Pharr lived most of his adult life in New York, moving from race track to race track to follow the racing seasons...
21. Helen Boatwright
Actress | Hansel and Gretel
Helen Boatwright was born on November 17, 1916 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA as Helena Johanna Strassburger. She was an actress, known for Hansel and Gretel (1954). She was married to Howard Leake Boatwright Jr. She died on December 1, 2010 in Syracuse, New York, USA.
24. Storm Boyd
Assistant Director | A Railroad Lochinvar
Storm Boyd was born in January 1885 in Watertown, New York, USA as Storm Vanderzee Boyd Jr. He was an assistant director and actor, known for A Railroad Lochinvar (1912), The Siege of Petersburg (1912) and The Toll Gate Raiders (1912). He died on October 13, 1919 in Syracuse, New York.
Writer | David Harum
Edward Noyes Wescott was an American banker who began writing "David Harum" while he was recuperating from tuberculosis. He finished his book late in 1896, but failed to live to see its publication in 1898. "David Harum" went on to sell over a million copies during the decades before the Second ...