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Evgeniy Kuznetsov(† 57)

Actor | Петроград, СССР (Санкт-Петербург, Россия)
† died 47 years ago

- No description / details available yet. -

† 57, 08/07/1973

Brion James(† 54)

Actor | Redlands, California, USA
† died 21 years ago

Brion Howard James (February 20, 1945 – August 7, 1999) was an American character actor. He portrayed Leon Kowalski in Blade Runner, and appeared in Southern Comfort, 48 Hrs., Another 48 Hrs., Silverado, Tango & Cash, Red Heat, The Player, and The Fifth Element. James was frequently cast as an antagonist, appearing more frequently in lower-budget horror and action films and TV shows throughout the 1980s and 1990s. James appeared in more than 100 films before he died of a heart attack at the age of 54.

† 54, 08/07/1999

Terrence Evans(† 81)

Actor | Los Angeles, California, USA
† died 5 years ago

Terrence Was An Actor, He Starred In Many Feature Films, Television Series & TV Pilots. Terrence Grew Up In California, During The 80's He Broke More Into Acting For Film & Television. He Starred Alongside Actor Robert Patrick In Terminator 2: Judgement Day, In 2003 He Starred With Multiple Actors & Actresses In Marcus Nispel's The Texas Chainsaw Remake. He Reprised His Role In 2006 In The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning. As The 2000's Were Ending Terrence Kept Acting Into The 2010's. In 2015 He Passed Away After Over 30 Years In The Entertainment Industry, His Acting Will Never Be Forgotten.

† 81, 08/07/2015

Viktor Titov(† 61)

Crew
† died 20 years ago

- No description / details available yet. -

Known for: Quadrille
† 61, 08/07/2000

Robert Hutton(† 74)

Actor | Kingston, New York, USA
† died 26 years ago

Robert Hutton (born Robert Bruce Winne, June 11, 1920 – August 7, 1994) was an American actor.

† 74, 08/07/1994

Oliver Hardy(† 65)

Actor | Harlem, Georgia, USA
† died 63 years ago

Oliver Norvell Hardy (born Norvell Hardy, January 18, 1892 – August 7, 1957) was an American comic actor and one half of Laurel and Hardy, the double act that began in the era of silent films and lasted from 1927 to 1955. He appeared with his comedy partner Stan Laurel in 107 short films, feature films, and cameo roles. He was credited with his first film Outwitting Dad in 1914. In most of his silent films before joining producer Hal Roach, he was billed on screen as "Babe Hardy."

† 65, 08/07/1957

Joi Lansing(† 43)

Actress | Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
† died 48 years ago

Joi Lansing (born Joy Rae Brown, April 6, 1929 – August 7, 1972) was an American model, film and television actress, and nightclub singer. She was noted for her pin-up photos and roles in B-movies, as well as a prominent role in the famous opening "tracking shot" in Orson Welles' 1958 crime drama Touch of Evil.

† 43, 08/07/1972

Bruno Cremer(† 80)

Actor | Saint-Mandé, Francie
† died 10 years ago

Bruno Jean Marie Cremer (October 6, 1929 - August 7, 2010) was a French actor.

† 80, 08/07/2010

Bonar Colleano(† 34)

Actor | New York City, New York,
† died 62 years ago

American born British stage and film actor who tragically died in a car crash in Birkenhead aged just 34.

† 34, 08/07/1958

Ignazio Balsamo(† 81)

Actor
† died 26 years ago

Ignazio Balsamo (25 October 1912 – 7 August 1994) was an Italian film and stage actor.

† 81, 08/07/1994

Wilfred Jackson(† 82)

Crew | Chicago, Illinois, USA
† died 32 years ago

€?I was born in Chicago but moved before I could join Al Capone. Did the next best thing by settling in Glendale. Always had a yen for cartooning and after leaving Otis joined up with Mickey Mouse and have been making a living ever since.”  -From the June 20, 1931 edition of The Motion Picture Daily.

† 82, 08/07/1988

Sam Loco Efe(† 65)

Actor
† died 9 years ago

Sam Loco Efe (25 December 1945 – 7 August 2011), born Sam Loco Efeeimwonkiyeke in Enugu, was a Nigerian actor and director.

Known for: Games Fools Play
† 65, 08/07/2011
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Phyllis Povah(† 82)

Actress
† died 45 years ago

Phyllis Povah (July 21, 1893 – August 7, 1975) was an American stage and film actress.

† 82, 08/07/1975

Wally Albright(† 73)

Actor | Burbank, California, USA
† died 21 years ago

Wally Albright (born Walton Algernon Albright Jr.; September 3, 1925 – August 7, 1999) was an American child actor. He was best known for his role in the Our Gang film series.

† 73, 08/07/1999

Patricia Louisianna Knop(† 78)

Crew
† died 1 years ago

Patricia Louisianna Knop is a producer and writer, known for 9½ Weeks (1986), Wild Orchid (1989) and Siesta (1987) and The Red Shoe Diaries television series. She was married to writer-director-actor Zalman King for 46 years, until he died from cancer at the age of 70.

† 78, 08/07/2019

Lois January(† 93)

Actress
† died 14 years ago

Lois January (October 5, 1913 – August 7, 2006) was an American actress who performed small roles in several B-movies during the 1930s. Lois also had a secondary part in the Wizard Of Oz, towards the end of the movie, holding a Siamese cat in her arms. Toto jumps out of the basket of the hot air balloon that was supposed to take him, Dorothy and the Wizard away from the Land of Oz.

† 93, 08/07/2006

Charles Thorson(† 75)

Crew | Winnipeg - Manitoba - Canada
† died 54 years ago

Political cartoonist, character designer, children's book author and illustrator of Icelandic descent, best known as the man who designed and named Bugs Bunny, but in a 10-year career (1935–45) in America's great animation studios he created hundreds of cartoon characters, including Snow White, Elmer Fudd, Little Hiawatha, Sniffles the Mouse, 'Inki and the Mynah', The Lady Known as Lou, and Twinkletoes. The two children's books he wrote were Keeko and Chee-chee and Keeko, stories about the adventures of Keeko, the little Indian (Native American) boy.

† 75, 08/07/1966

Etienne Chicot(† 69)

Actor | Fécamp, Seine-Maritime, France
† died 2 years ago

Étienne Chicot (5 May 1949 – 7 August 2018) was a French actor and composer.

† 69, 08/07/2018

Enno Patalas(† 88)

Actor
† died 2 years ago

Enno Patalas (15 October 1929, Quakenbrück – 7 August 2018, Munich) was a German film historian, collector, and expert film preservationist. A former head of the Munich Film Museum (1973–1994), his restorations include films such as Metropolis, M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder and Die Nibelungen, all directed by Fritz Lang. Patalas also restored the film The Battleship Potemkin for viewing at the Berlin Film Festival in 2005. He, along with director Ulrich Gregor, wrote the influential film history book Geschichte des Films (History of Film).

† 88, 08/07/2018

David Cameron(† 79)

Actor | Camberwell, Surrey, England, UK
† died 8 years ago

- No description / details available yet. -

† 79, 08/07/2012

Viktor Sokolov(† 86)

Crew | Moscow, USSR
† died 5 years ago

- No description / details available yet. -

† 86, 08/07/2015

Luc de Heusch(† 85)

Crew
† died 8 years ago

Luc de Heusch (7 May 1927 – 7 August 2012) was a Belgian filmmaker, writer, and anthropologist, professor emeritus at the Free University of Brussels. His 1967 film Thursday We Shall Sing Like Sunday was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival.

† 85, 08/07/2012

Volker Prechtel(† 55)

Actor | Hopfen am See, Bavaria, Germany
† died 23 years ago

Volker Prechtel (9 August 1941 – 7 August 1997) was a German actor. He appeared in 52 films and television shows between 1974 and 1997.

† 55, 08/07/1997

Peter Jennings(† 67)

Actor | Toronto, Ontario, Canada
† died 15 years ago

Peter Charles Archibald Ewart Jennings (July 29, 1938 – August 7, 2005) was a Canadian-American journalist who served as the sole anchor of ABC World News Tonight from 1983 until his death from lung cancer in 2005. He dropped out of high school, yet he transformed himself into one of American television's most prominent journalists. Jennings started his career early, hosting a Canadian radio show at age 9. He began his professional career with CJOH-TV in Ottawa during its early years, anchoring the local newscasts and hosting the teen dance show Saturday Date on Saturdays. In 1965, ABC News tapped him to anchor its flagship evening news program. Critics and others in the television news business attacked his inexperience, making his job difficult. He became a foreign correspondent in 1968, reporting from the Middle East. Jennings returned as one of World News Tonight's three anchormen in 1978, and he was promoted to sole anchorman in 1983. He was also known for his marathon coverage of breaking news stories, staying on the air for 15 hours or more to anchor the live broadcast of events such as the Gulf War in 1991, the Millennium celebrations in 2000, and the September 11 attacks in 2001. In addition to anchoring, he was the host of many ABC News special reports and moderated several American presidential debates. He was always fascinated with the United States and became an American citizen in 2003. Jennings was one of the "Big Three" news anchormen, along with Tom Brokaw of NBC and Dan Rather of CBS, who dominated American evening network news from the early 1980s until his death in 2005, which closely followed the retirements of Brokaw in 2004 and Rather in 2005.

Known for: ABC World News
† 67, 08/07/2005

Carl Fischer(† 76)

Actor | Næstved, Denmark
† died 67 years ago

- No description / details available yet. -

† 76, 08/07/1953

Grayson Hall(† 62)

Actress | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
† died 35 years ago

Grayson Hall (September 18, 1922 – August 7, 1985) was an American television, film and stage actress. She was widely regarded for her avant-garde theatrical performances from the 1960s to the 1980s. Hall was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and a Golden Globe Award for the John Huston film The Night of the Iguana (1964). She played multiple prominent roles in the gothic soap opera Dark Shadows (1966–71), and appeared on One Life to Live (1982–83). In 2006, a biography of her life was released titled Grayson Hall: A Hard Act to Follow.

† 62, 08/07/1985

Anđelko Klobučar(† 85)

Crew | Zagreb, Croatia
† died 4 years ago

Anđelko Klobučar was a Croatian composer, organist, and professor of music. Born in Zagreb, Klobučar studied at the Zagreb Academy of Music and later in Salzburg and Paris. He was the organist of the Zagreb Cathedral and remained an active teacher and composer. He was awarded the Vladimir Nazor Award for Life Achievement in Music in 1995 and the Porin Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002. Klobučar was a full member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts since 1992.

† 85, 08/07/2016

Jill Banner(† 35)

Actress | Bremerton, Washington, USA
† died 38 years ago

Jill Banner, born Mary Kathryn Molumby, was an American film actress, possibly best known for her role as Virginia, the "spider baby" in the 1964 cult horror-comedy film "Spider Baby". She had a longhand complicated relationship with Marlon Brando.

† 35, 08/07/1982

John Anderson(† 69)

Actor | Clayton, Illinois, USA
† died 28 years ago

A tall, sinewy, austere-looking character actor with silver hair, rugged features and a distinctive voice, John Robert Anderson appeared in hundreds of films and television episodes. Immensely versatile, he was at his best submerging himself in the role of historical figures (he impersonated Abraham Lincoln three times and twice baseball commissioner Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis, men whom he strongly resembled). He was a familiar presence in westerns and science-fiction serials, usually as upstanding, dignified and generally benign citizens (a rare exception was his Ebonite interrogator in The Outer Limits (1963) episode "Nightmare"). He had a high opinion of Rod Serling and was proud to be featured in four episodes of The Twilight Zone (1959), most memorably as the tuxedo-clad angel Gabriel in "A Passage for Trumpet" (doing for Jack Klugman what Henry Travers did for James Stewart in It's a Wonderful Life (1946)).

† 69, 08/07/1992

Tom Neal(† 58)

Actor | Evanston, Illinois, USA
† died 48 years ago

Thomas Carroll Neal Jr. (January 28, 1914 – August 7, 1972) was an American actor and boxer best known for appearing in the critically lauded film Detour, for having a tryst with actress Barbara Payton, and for later committing manslaughter.

† 58, 08/07/1972
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