sábado, 13 de octubre de 2012

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 JEREMY SLATE (GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS) BORN  February 17, 1926 - November 19, 2006   He was briefly married to the actress Tammy Grimes(1966-1967) and was stepfather to actress Amanda Plummer during this time.   He became known as one of the more talented members of the 60's beach boy set and costarred with Ron Ely in the 1960-1961 Ivan Tors series The Aquanauts, which was renamed Malibu Run half-way during its brief run on CBS. The series could not compete successfully in the same time slot as NBC durable Western Wagon Train. He guest starred in nearly 100 television shows and appeared in 20 feature films.  He died in Los AngelesCalifornia, following surgery for cancer. 



 GARY LOCKWOOD(IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR)  born February 21, 1937.        Between 1959 and 2004, Gary Lockwood gained roles in some forty theatrical features and made-for-TV movies and eighty TV guest appearances, including the CBS 1975 family drama Three for the Road and Barnaby Jones starring Buddy Ebsen, in which he appeared many times as a villain.
He is father of the actress Samantha Lockwood. Both currently live in Los Angeles.

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Alejandro Rey (FUN IN ACAPULCO) (February 8, 1930 – May 21, 1987)    His best known role was that of casino owner and playboy Carlos Ramirez in The Flying Nun (1967-1970). After the cancellation of The Flying Nun, Rey remained busy, playing the role of Karl Duval on Days of Our Lives from 1976 to 1977. Rey was also a frequent panelist on the game shows Tattletales andMatch Game. He appeared as part of an ensemble cast in William Peter Blatty's 1978 film, The Ninth Configuration. In 1986, played Captain Luis Rueda in DallasRey remained busy until his death from lung cancer on May 21, 1987. He is interred in the Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California.



JACK ALBERTSON (KISSING COUSINS) June 16, 1907 – November 25, 1981  Television  saw much of Albertson's talent. He appeared in dozens of series, such as Hey, Jeannie! with Jeannie Carson, and recurring roles in Dean Jones's NBC series Ensign O'Toole from 1962–1963 and Jack Sheldon's short-lived Run, Buddy, Run on CBS in 1966. He starred in Chico and the Man, for which Albertson won an Emmy, making him one of the few entertainers to win the triple crown of visual entertainment (a Tony, an Oscar, and an Emmy). He guest starred in such series as NBC's Happy starring Ronnie Burns, the syndicated State Trooper starring Rod Cameron, ABC'sBus Stop, which aired in the 1961–1962 season and on CBS's Glynis sitcom/drama combination, starring Glynis Johns and Keith Andes, which aired for thirteen weeks in the fall .  He resided for years in West Hollywood, California. In 1978, he was diagnosed with colorectal cancer, but kept this information private and continued to act. Two of his last roles were in the television movies, My Body, My Child (1982) and Grandpa, Will You Run With Me? (1983), both filmed in 1980 several months before his death, both of which were released posthumously.
Albertson died on 25 November 1981, aged 74, after a three-year illness.

WILLIAM DEMAREST (VIVA LAS VEGAS),  February 27, 1892 – December 28, 1983  His most famous TV role was in the ABC and then CBS sitcom My Three Sons from 1965 to 1972, playing Uncle Charley O'Casey. He replaced William Frawley, whose failing health had made procuring insurance impossible. Demarest died in Palm Springs, California and was interred in Glendale's Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery. At the time of his death he was suffering from prostate cancer and pneumonia.

LEIF ERICKSON( ROUSTABOUT)  October 27, 1911 – January 29, 1986  Erickson appeared in films such as College Holiday (1937), Conquest (1937), Ride a Crooked Mile (1938), Sorry, Wrong Number (1948), The Snake Pit(1948), Fourteen Hours (1951), Invaders from Mars (1953), On the Waterfront (1954), The Fastest Gun Alive (1956), Twilight for the Gods (1958), A Gathering of Eagles (1963), Roustabout (1964) and The Carpetbaggers (1964).[2]Erickson was married to actress Frances Farmer from 1936 until 1942. The same day his divorce from Farmer was finalized, June 12, 1942, he married actress Margaret Hayes – however, they divorced a month later. He married Ann Diamond in 1945. They had two children, William (Bill) Leif (1946) and Susan Irene (1950). His son Bill died in a car accident in 1971. Leif Erickson died from cancer inPensacola, Florida on January 29, 1986, aged 74.[4]