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Clark Gable (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died November 16, 1960. Born February 1, 1901. Gone with the Wind, Mutiny on the Bounty, was a rear gunner, briefly, in Europe during WWII.  IBDB  IMDb  FindAGrave

Eva Gabor (actress) -- Dead. Respiratory distress and other infections. Died July 4, 1995. Born February 11, 1920. Oliver outlived her by nearly ten years.  IMDb

Jolie Gabor (businesswoman) -- Dead. Old age. Died April 1, 1997. Born September 29, 1899. Had very famous daughters, her taste for jewelry ran in her family.

Zsa Zsa Gabor (actress?) -- Dead. Heart failure. Died December 18, 2016. Born February 6, 1917. A former Miss Hungary, always played glamour girls, married many times but was been married to the same person from 1986 until her death, famously went to jail for 3 days in the late '80s for slapping a police officer, had been in poor health after a series of strokes. (She was so ill I thought she would die on 01-14-2011 and had even updated my database, but she lived almost another six years.)  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

William Gaines (publisher) -- Dead. Died June 3, 1992. Born March 1, 1922. Mad.  Home Page  Obituary  FindAGrave

John Kenneth Galbraith (professor/economist/writer) -- Dead. Died April 29, 2006. Born October 15, 1908. The Affluent Society.  Home Page  IMDb

Lorena Gale (actress/playwright) -- Dead. Stomach cancer. Died June 21, 2009. Born May 9, 1958. Many TV bit parts (especially on Canadian TV), probably best-known as Elosha on Battlestar Galactica. Make memorial contributions to: Vancouver General Hospital Palliative Care Center  IMDb  Obituary

Ernest Gallo (businessman) -- Dead. Strokes. Died March 6, 2007. Born March 18, 1909. Started making wine with his brother Julio, became the biggest winemaker in the U. S.  Home Page  Obituary  FindAGrave

Joseph Gallo (businessman) -- Dead. Strokes. Died February 17, 2007. Born September 11, 1919. Started making wine with his older brothers, but later founded Joseph Farms cheeses after a protracted legal battle with his brothers.  Home Page

Julio Gallo (businessman) -- Dead. Jeep accident. Died May 2, 1993. Born March 21, 1910. Started making wine with his brother Ernest became the biggest winemaker in the U. S.  Obituary  FindAGrave

Don Galloway (actor) -- Dead. Stroke. Died January 8, 2009. Born July 27, 1937. Ironside, The Big Chill.  IMDb  Obituary

Michael Gambon (actor) -- Alive. Born October 19, 1940. The second Albus Dumbledore, the murder victim in Gosford Park.  IMDb

Indira Gandhi (Indian prime minister) -- Dead. Murdered. Died October 31, 1984. Born November 19, 1917.

Rajiv Gandhi (Indian prime minister) -- Dead. Murdered. Died May 21, 1991. Born August 20, 1944.

James Gandolfini (actor) -- Dead. Died June 19, 2013. Born September 16, 1961. Bit part player who shot to stardom as Tony Soprano in 1999, died while on vacation in Italy, died same day as Slim Whitman.  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Danny Gans (comic/impersonator) -- Dead. Heart disease/accidental prescription drug overdose. Died May 1, 2009. Born October 25, 1956. One of the mainstays of Vegas, he had a bit part in Bull Durham. Make memorial contributions to: Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Joe Garagiola (sportscaster/baseball player) -- Dead. Died March 23, 2016. Born February 12, 1926. Pro baseball catcher, spent many years at NBC, doing baseball play-by-play and as a host of the Today show, died same day as Ken Howard.  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Matthew Garber (kid actor) -- Dead. Died June 13, 1977. Born March 25, 1956. Cute kid in Disney movies like Mary Poppins and The Three Lives of Thomasina, Elizabeth at has done some amazing research on his death.  IMDb

Greta Garbo (actress) -- Dead. Died April 15, 1990. Born September 18, 1905.  IMDb

Jerry Garcia (musician) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died August 9, 1995. Born August 1, 1942. What a long, strange trip it was... Grateful Dead leader.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Vincent Gardenia (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died December 9, 1992. Born January 7, 1922. Cher's father in Moonstruck, Frank on All in the Family.  IMDb

Ava Gardner (actress) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died January 25, 1990. Born December 24, 1922. The Barefoot Contessa, an ex-wife of Frank Sinatra and Mickey Rooney.  Home Page  IMDb

Herb Gardner (writer) -- Dead. Lung disease. Died September 24, 2003. Born December 28, 1934. A Thousand Clowns.  IBDB  IMDb

Martin Gardner (writer/puzzle-maker/skeptic) -- Dead. Died May 22, 2010. Born October 21, 1914. Author of Scientific American's "Mathematical Games" for over 25 years and wrote many books.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Art Garfunkel (singer/actor) -- Alive. Born November 5, 1941. Part of Simon and Garfunkel, wrote "Scarborough Fair," starred in Catch-22 and Carnal Knowledge.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

Beverly Garland (actress) -- Dead. Died December 5, 2008. Born October 17, 1926. It Conquered the World, Barbara on My Three Sons, died on the same day as Nina Foch.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Judy Garland (actress/singer) -- Dead. Overdose. Died June 22, 1969. Born June 10, 1922. Created iconic roles like the leads in The Wizard of Oz and A Star Is Born, married to Vincent Minnelli and Sid Luft, mother of Liza Minnelli.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  FindAGrave

James Garner (actor) -- Dead. Died July 19, 2014. Born April 7, 1928. Eight Simple Rules, Maverick, two of the great double-takes of all time in Victor, Victoria, lots of TV, especially the Rockford Files.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Teri Garr (actress) -- Alive. Born December 11, 1946. Been in many more movies than you might think, but particularly remembered for Close Encounters and Mr. Mom (Birth year variously listed as 1944, 1946 and 1949).  IMDb

Betty Garrett (actress) -- Dead. Aortic aneurysm. Died February 12, 2011. Born May 23, 1919. Many plays, the movie My Sister Eileen, Irene on All in the Family and Mrs. Babish on Laverne and Shirley, died same day as Kenneth Mars.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Greg Garrison (director) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died March 25, 2005. Born circa 1923. Directed many old TV shows, particularly The Dean Martin Show, died on the same day as Paul Henning.  IMDb

Greer Garson (actress) -- Dead. Heart failure. Died April 6, 1996. Born September 29, 1903. Mrs. Miniver.  IMDb

Kathy Garver (teen star) -- Alive. Born December 13, 1948. Cissy on Family Affair.  IMDb

Lorraine Gary (actress) -- Alive. Born August 16, 1937. Ellen in the Jaws movies.  IMDb

Vittorio Gassman (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died June 29, 2000. Born September 1, 1922. Made many Italian movies, briefly married to Shelley Winters.  IMDb

Bill Gates (Retired CEO/geek/philanthropist) -- Alive. Born October 28, 1955. College drop-out who co-founded Microsoft and retired to give away his vast fortune focusing on distributing vaccines worldwide.  Home Page  IMDb

Rob Gauntlett (adventurer) -- Dead. Mountain climbing accident. Died January 10, 2009. Born May 10, 1987. Climbed Mt. Everest when he was 19, traveled pole-to-pole when he was 21, named National Geographic Adventurer of the Year Award for 2008 with his travel partner James Hooper.  Home Page  Obituary

Dick Gautier (actor/cartoon voice) -- Dead. Died January 13, 2017. Born October 31, 1931. Original Birdie on Broadway in Bye Bye Birdie, TV actor in the '60s (especially Hymie, the robot in Get Smart), many cartoon voices in the '80s (especially Sepentor in G. I. Joe), ex-husband of Barbara Stuart, charicaturist.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  youtube  Obituary  FindAGrave

John Gavin (actor/ambassador) -- Alive. Born April 8, 1928. Very busy film career in the '60s, Reagan named him Mexican ambassador in the '80s.  IMDb

Marvin Gaye (singer) -- Dead. Murder by gun. Died April 1, 1984. Born April 2, 1939. Murdered by his father during a family argument.  Home Page  IMDb

Crystal Gayle (singer) -- Alive. Born January 9, 1951. "Don't it Make My Brown Eyes Blue" younger sister of Loretta Lynn

Janet Gaynor (actress) -- Dead. Died September 14, 1984. Born October 6, 1906. Won the first Best Actress Oscar (for Seventh Heaven and Sunrise.  IMDb

Mitzi Gaynor (actress) -- Alive. Born September 4, 1930.  IMDb

Ben Gazzara (actor) -- Dead. Pancreatic cancer. Died February 3, 2012. Born August 28, 1930. Run for Your Life and more movies than you'd imagine.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Michael V. Gazzo (actor) -- Dead. Stroke. Died February 14, 1995. Born April 5, 1923. Gangsters in many movies, Frankie Pentangeli in The Godfather II.  IMDb

Gunther Gebel-Williams (lion tamer) -- Dead. Brain cancer. Died July 19, 2001. Born September 12, 1934. Main headliner for Ringling Brothers in the '70s and '80s.  Home Page  Obituary

Will Geer (actor) -- Dead. Died April 22, 1978. Born March 9, 1902. Many movies, probably best-known as Grandpa on The Waltons.  IMDb

Theodore "Dr. Seuss" Geisel (author) -- Dead. Cancer. Died September 24, 1991. Born March 2, 1904. Wacky kids' books.  Home Page  IMDb

Larry Gelbart (writer) -- Dead. Cancer. Died September 11, 2009. Born February 25, 1928. Main writer for M*A*S*H, wrote Tootsie and the book for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, died same day as Crystal Lee Sutton.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Martha Gellhorn (journalist) -- Dead. Died February 15, 1998. Born November 8, 1908. One of the first female war correspondents, one of Hemingway's wives.  Wikipedia

David Gemmell (writer) -- Dead. Following heart surgery. Died July 28, 2006. Born circa 1948. Many books including Legend and several about the seige of Troy.  Home Page  Obituary

Jean Genet (playwright) -- Dead. Died April 15, 1986. Born December 19, 1910.

Bobbie Gentry (singer/songwriter) -- Alive. Born July 27, 1944. One-hit wonder: "Ode to Billie Joe"

King George VI (king) -- Dead. Cornary thrombosis/cancer. Died February 6, 1952. Born December 14, 1895. King of England after his brother Edward abdicated, married to one Elizabeth, father of Elizabeth II.  Wikipedia  Obituary  FindAGrave

Boy George (singer) -- Alive. Born June 14, 1961.

Christopher George (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died November 28, 1983. Born February 25, 1931. Married to Lynda Day George.  IMDb

Chief Dan George (actor) -- Dead. Died September 23, 1981. Born July 24, 1899. Played Old Lodge Skins in Little Big Man.  Home Page  IMDb

Lynda Day George (actress/pitchwoman) -- Alive. Born December 11, 1944. Married to Christopher George. born on the same day as Brenda Lee.  IMDb

Susan George (actress) -- Alive. Born July 26, 1950. Straw Dogs, EastEnders, married to Simon MacCorkindale.  IMDb

Gil Gerard (actor) -- Alive. Born January 23, 1943. TV's Buck Rogers, appeared in Airport 1977.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb

Ira Gershwin (lyricist) -- Dead. Died August 17, 1983. Born December 6, 1896. Wrote the words for Porgy & Bess and A Star Is Born.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  FindAGrave

Betty Lou Gerson (voice) -- Dead. After-effects of a stroke. Died January 12, 1999. Born April 20, 1914. Cruella De Vil in the original 101 Dalmations.  IMDb

Vitas Gerulaitis (athlete) -- Dead. Co (carbon monoxide) poisoning. Died September 18, 1994. Born July 26, 1954.

Estelle Getty (actress) -- Dead. Lewy Body Dementia. Died July 22, 2008. Born July 25, 1923. Tended to play much older characters, especially Sophia in The Golden Girls.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Ileen Getz (actress) -- Dead. Cancer. Died August 4, 2005. Born August 7, 1961. Best-known playing Dr. Allbright's co-worker Judith on Third Rock from the Sun.  IMDb  Obituary

Alice Ghostley (actress) -- Dead. Colon cancer/strokes. Died September 21, 2007. Born August 14, 1924. Lots of comic parts on TV (particularly Bewitched and Designing Women) and in the movies, named a "New Face of 1952."  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Andy Gibb (singer) -- Dead. Heart virus/drug use. Died March 10, 1988. Born March 5, 1958. "I Just Want To Be Your Everything," "I Cant Help It"  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  FindAGrave

Barry Gibb (singer/songwriter) -- Alive. Born September 1, 1946. Part of the Bee Gees (the tall one), he helped to create the Saturday Night Fever album which was a huge craze in the late '70s.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

Maurice Gibb (singer/songwriter) -- Dead. Heart attack/intestinal blockage. Died January 12, 2003. Born December 22, 1949. Part of the Bee Gees (the one with the hat), briefly married to Lulu in the early '70s, Saturday Night Fever.  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Robin Gibb (singer/songwriter) -- Dead. Cancer. Died May 20, 2012. Born December 22, 1949. Part of the Bee Gees (the thin one), Saturday Night Fever.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Euell Gibbons (naturalist/writer) -- Dead. Natural causes. Died December 29, 1975. Born September 8, 1911. Did a series of memorable commercials for Post Grape Nuts in the early '70s, one of which started "Did you know most parts of a pine tree are edible?," wrote Stalking the Wild Asparagus.  Home Page  FindAGrave

Marla Gibbs (actress) -- Alive. Born June 14, 1931. Florence on The Jeffersons, 227.  IMDb

Althea Gibson (tennis/golf great) -- Dead. Died September 28, 2003. Born August 25, 1927. First black woman to win Wimbledon, died on the same day as Elia Kazan  Home Page  IMDb

Don Gibson (songwriter/singer) -- Dead. Died November 17, 2003. Born April 3, 1928. Wrote songs like "I Can't Stop Loving You" and "Oh Lonesome Me."  IMDb

Henry Gibson (comic) -- Dead. Cancer. Died September 14, 2009. Born September 21, 1935. Part of the original Laugh-In cast, and many movie bit parts, including Nashville and the neo-Nazi in The Blues Brothers died on the same day as Jody Powell and Patrick Swayze.  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Mel Gibson (actor/director) -- Alive. Born January 3, 1956. Actor (Mad Max, Leathal Weapon) who branched out into directing movies (Braveheart, for which he won an Oscar and The Passion of the Christ), a college roommate of Geoffrey Rush.  IMDb

Virginia Gibson (actress/dancer) -- Dead. Died April 25, 2013. Born April 9, 1925. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, co-host of the '60s kid's science show Discovery with Frank Buxton.  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

William Gibson (playwright) -- Dead. Died November 25, 2008. Born September 13, 1914. Best-known for The Miracle Worker and Golda's Balcony.  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Sir John Gielgud (British actor) -- Dead. Old age. Died May 21, 2000. Born April 14, 1904. Gave a last performance just a month before he died.  IMDb

Miep Gies (Hero) -- Dead. Died January 11, 2010. Born February 15, 1909. An employee of Otto Frank who helped hide Anne Frank's family during part of WWII, and saved Anne's diary, returning it to her father after the war.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  youtube  Obituary  FindAGrave

Gabrielle Giffords (politician) -- Alive. Born June 8, 1970. Businesswoman and Congressional representative, shot and left brain-injured by a gun terrorist with a semi-automatic weapon (18 shot, 6 killed). Retired from Congress in 2012 to focus on her recovery and started Americans for Responsible Solutions to deal with American gun violence.  Wikipedia  twitter  IMDb

H. R. Giger (artist) -- Dead. Fall. Died May 12, 2014. Born February 5, 1940. Brilliant designer who earned an Oscar for his work on Alien.  Wikipedia  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Ronnie Gilbert (singer/psychologist) -- Dead. Died June 6, 2015. Born September 7, 1926. A member of the influential and politically active folk group The Weavers (with Pete Seeger), she later became a psychologist.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Lillian Gilbreth (Industrial engineer/writer) -- Dead. Died January 2, 1972. Born May 24, 1878. Studied and wrote about time management and was the first woman engineering professor at Purdue. Her children wrote Cheaper by the Dozen and Bells on Their Toes that popularized her large family.  Home Page  Home Page

John Gilchrist ("Mikey") -- Alive. Born circa 1968. Famous for one Life cereal commercial, grew up to be an account executive at CBS.

Michael Gilden (actor) -- Dead. Suicide. Died December 5, 2006. Born September 22, 1962. Bit part player on NCIS, Charmed and CSI.  IMDb  FindAGrave

Jack Gilford (actor) -- Dead. Stomach cancer. Died June 2, 1990. Born July 25, 1907. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and famous Cracker Jack commericals in the '60s, died on the same day as Rex Harrison.  IBDB  IMDb  FindAGrave


Dizzy Gillespie (jazz trumpeter) -- Dead. Pancreatic cancer. Died January 6, 1993. Born October 21, 1917. In Cab Calloway's band, introduced more Afro-Cuban music into jazz, a musical ambassador for the U. S.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  youtube  Obituary  FindAGrave

Anita Gillette (actress/dancer) -- Alive. Born August 16, 1936. Starred in Cabaret on Broadway in the late '60s, starred in a few Love, American Style episodes, appeared in Shall We Dance?  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

Terry Gilliam (animator/director) -- Alive. Born November 22, 1940. Python, director of many movies, including Brazil and The Fisher King.  IMDb

Steve Gilliard (writer) -- Dead. Heart disease. Died June 2, 2007. Born circa 1966. Political blogger who wrote for The Daily Kos started The News Blog.  Home Page

Hermione Gingold (actress) -- Dead. Old age. Died May 24, 1987. Born December 9, 1897.  IMDb

Allen Ginsberg (Beat poet) -- Dead. Liver cancer. Died April 5, 1997. Born June 3, 1926. Wrote (and often performed) "Howl."  Home Page  FindAGrave

Art "Mr. Food" Ginsburg (TV chef) -- Dead. Pancreatic cancer. Died November 21, 2012. Born July 29, 1931. Butcher who created and sold short cooking segments to local stations, ending each show with "Oooh, it's so good!" died same day as Deborah Raffin.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  Obituary

Alexander Ginzburg (writer, Soviet dissident) -- Dead. Cancer. Died July 19, 2002. Born November 11, 1936. Was deported from the former USSR after being jailed for writing in favor of human rights, spent most of the rest of his life as a journalist in Paris.  Home Page  Obituary  FindAGrave

Lillian Gish (actress) -- Dead. Natural causes. Died February 27, 1993. Born October 14, 1893.  IMDb

Elizabeth Glaser (activist) -- Dead. AIDS. Died December 3, 1994. Born circa 1946. Became an AIDS activist after her daughter's death from the disease.

H. Bentley Glass (geneticist) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died January 16, 2005. Born January 17, 1906. Pioneering geneticist whose controversial theories spurred many debates on ethical issues; promoted the theory that only the cockroach would survive total nuclear war.  Obituary

Ned Glass (actor) -- Dead. Old age. Died June 15, 1984. Born April 1, 1906. Character actor in dozens of movies and TV shows, candy store owner in West Side Story.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

Philip Glass (opera composer/film score composer) -- Alive. Born January 31, 1937. Opera composer, his avant-garde music has been featured in many movies, from The Hours to the Fantastic Four, cousin of This American Life's Ira Glass.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

Ron Glass (actor) -- Dead. Respiratory failure. Died November 25, 2016. Born July 10, 1945. Barney Miller, Firefly, very busy TV actor on many other shows.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Jackie Gleason (comedian) -- Dead. Colon cancer. Died June 24, 1987. Born February 26, 1916.  IMDb

Joanna Gleason (actress) -- Alive. Born June 2, 1950. Several Woody Allen movies, daughter of Monty Hall.  IMDb

Paul Gleason (actor) -- Dead. Mesothelioma. Died May 27, 2006. Born May 4, 1944. The principal in The Breakfast Club, and "caged" trader in Trading Places.  IMDb  FindAGrave

John Glenn (senator, astronaut) -- Dead. Died December 8, 2016. Born July 18, 1921. First American to have orbited the earth, decades later was the oldest person to have traveled in space, last surviving astronaut from the Mercury Seven, a great American.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Danny Glover (actor) -- Alive. Born July 22, 1947. Very versatile actor, may be best-known as Mel Gibson's partner in the Lethal Weapon flicks.  IMDb

Harry Goaz (obscure actor) -- Not dead yet. Born circa 1960. Played Andy Brennan on Twin Peaks.  Home Page  IMDb

George Gobel (comedian) -- Dead. Complications after surgery. Died February 24, 1991. Born May 20, 1919.  IMDb

Mark Goddard (actor/educator) -- Alive. Born July 24, 1936. Don West on Lost in Space, helped to develop educational programs for children.  IBDB  IMDb

Paulette Goddard (actress) -- Dead. Heart failure, complicated by emphysema. Died April 23, 1990. Born June 3, 1905. Modern Times, married to interesting men including Charlie Chaplin, Burgess Meredith and Erich Maria Remarque.  IMDb

Trevor Goddard (actor/boxer) -- Dead. Multiple drug intoxication. Died June 7, 2003. Born October 14, 1962. JAG, many bit parts including Pirates of the Caribbean.  IMDb

Gerry Goffin (songwriter) -- Dead. Died June 19, 2014. Born February 11, 1939. Co-wrote "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" and "Up on the Roof" with his first wife Carole King, went on to write songs like "Pleasant Valley Sunday."  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Arthur Godfrey (TV host) -- Dead. Died March 16, 1983. Born August 31, 1903.  IMDb

Alexander Godunov (dancer/actor) -- Dead. Alcoholism. Died May 18, 1995. Born November 28, 1949. Witnews, Die Hard.  IMDb

Gary David Goldberg (producer/writer) -- Dead. Brain cancer. Died June 23, 2013. Born June 25, 1944. Created Family Ties, Brooklyn Bridge and Spin City, may have created the first funny closing card with "Sit, Ubu, it," died same day as Richard Matheson.  Wikipedia  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Whoopi Goldberg (actress/comic) -- Alive. Born November 13, 1955. The Color Purple, won an Oscar for Ghost, Guinan on Star Trek: The Next Generation, one of the promoters of Comic Relief in the US, the referree...errr...moderator of The View (and the main reason to watch the show!).  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb

Leonard Goldenson (TV executive) -- Dead. Natural causes. Died December 27, 1999. Born February 7, 1905. Worked for ABC-TV and promoted shows like Happy Days and Roots.  IMDb

Jerry Goldsmith (composer) -- Dead. Cancer. Died July 21, 2004. Born February 10, 1929. Wrote the score for Planet of the Apes, won an Oscar for The Omen.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitterIMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Joel Goldsmith (composer) -- Dead. Died April 29, 2012. Born November 19, 1957. Wrote most of the music for the various Stargate TV series.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Joel Goldsmith (composer) -- Dead. Died April 29, 2012. Born November 19, 1957. Wrote most of the music for the various Stargate TV series.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Olivia Goldsmith (writer) -- Dead. Heart attack during cosmetic surgery. Died January 15, 2004. Born circa 1949. Wrote The First Wives Club.  IMDb

Barry Goldwater (politician) -- Dead. Stroke. Died May 29, 1998. Born January 1, 1909. Ran for president in 1964, longtime Arizona senator.  Home Page

Arlene Golonka (TV actress) -- Alive. Born January 23, 1933. Millie on Mayberry RFD

Pancho Gonzales (athlete) -- Dead. Cancer. Died July 3, 1995. Born May 9, 1928.

Jane Goodall (anthropologist) -- Alive. Born April 3, 1934. A woman who runs with the chimps...  Home Page  IMDb

Dody Goodman (comic) -- Dead. Born October 28, 1915. Died June 22, 2008. Bit parts in movies including Grease, frequent '60s talk show guest, the mother on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, died on the same day as George Carlin.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

John Goodman (actor) -- Alive. Born June 20, 1952. Dan Conner on Roseanne, bit parts in many movies including O Brother, Where Art Thou, played a memorable Linda Tripp several times on Saturday Night Live.  IBDB  IMDb

Mikhail Gorbachev (politician) -- Alive. Born March 2, 1931.

Dexter Gordon (musician) -- Dead. Kidney failure. Died April 25, 1990. Born February 27, 1923. He starred as Dale Turner in Round Midnight.  IMDb

Gale Gordon (actor) -- Dead. Died June 30, 1995. Born February 2, 1906. Lucy's frequent boss in the '60s and '70s, the second Mr. Wilson on Dennis the Menace.  IMDb

Leo Gordon (actor/writer) -- Dead. Died December 26, 2000. Born December 2, 1922. Played Omar Bradley in War and Remembrance.  IMDb

Ruth Gordon (writer/actress) -- Dead. Stroke. Died August 28, 1985. Born October 30, 1896. Though she won a supporting Oscar for Rosemary's Baby, she was the co-writer of Pat and Mike with husband Garson Kanin.  IMDb

Al Gore (former VP, senator) -- Alive. Born March 31, 1948. Received the most popular votes in the 2000 presidential election.  Home Page  IMDb

Tipper Gore (volunteer/photgrapher) -- Alive. Born August 19, 1948.

Edward Gorey (author) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died April 15, 2000. Born February 22, 1925. Amphigorey.  Home Page  IMDb

Cliff Gorman (actor) -- Dead. Leukemia. Died September 5, 2002. Born October 13, 1936. Gave a memorable stand-up routine ("Death is in, death is in...") in the "movie-within-a-movie" in All That Jazz.  IMDb

Eydie Gormé (singer/actress) -- Dead. Died August 10, 2013. Born August 16, 1928. Mostly sang with her husband, Steve Lawrence, Best of Steve and Eydie, had a solo hit with "Blame It on the Bossa Nova," won a Grammy for "If He Walked Into My Life," of Spanish & Turkish descent.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Frank Gorshin (mimic/actor) -- Dead. Pneumonia/lung cancer. Died May 17, 2005. Born April 5, 1934. Played the Riddler in the Batman TV series, toured as George Burns in the one-man show Say Goodnight Gracie.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Marjoe Gortner (actor) -- Alive. Born January 14, 1944.  IMDb

Louis Gossett, Jr. (actor) -- Alive. Born May 27, 1936. Won a Best Supporting Oscar Award for An Officer and a Gentleman, memorable in Roots.  IMDb

Phyllis Gotlieb (writer) -- Dead. Died July 14, 2009. Born May 26, 1926. Author of poetry and science fiction, including Sunburst, and A Judgment of Dragons which won the first Aurora Award. Make memorial contributions to: The Benjamin Foundation.  Home Page  Obituary

Theodore Gottlieb "Brother Theodore" (comic/holder of odd jobs/chess hustler) -- Dead. Died April 6, 2001. Born November 11, 1906. Dark comic who frequented various talk shows and performed with Billy Crystal in the '80s.  Home Page  IMDb

Michael Gough (actor) -- Dead. Died March 17, 2011. Born November 23, 1913. Alfred in the Batman movies of the '80s and '90s, many bit parts on British TV including The Celestial Toymaker in an early episode of Dr. Who.  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Elliott Gould (actor) -- Alive. Born August 29, 1938. Once married to Barbra Streisand.  IMDb

Glenn Gould (musician) -- Dead. Died October 4, 1982. Born September 25, 1932.  Home Page  IMDb

Gordon Gould (inventor) -- Dead. Died September 16, 2005. Born July 17, 1920. Another American who independently developed the laser (and invented its name) in 1957, sparking a long legal battle over patents, died on the same day as Constance Moore.  Home Page

Harold Gould (actor) -- Dead. Died September 11, 2010. Born December 10, 1923. The Sting, Rhoda, and The Golden Girls, along with Bill Cosby, one of the few folks in the entertainment industry to earn a Ph.d. (in theatre), died same day as Kevin McCarthy.  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Morton Gould (composer) -- Dead. Died February 21, 1996. Born December 10, 1913.  IMDb

Sandra Gould (actress) -- Dead. Stroke following bypass surgery. Died July 20, 1999. Born July 25, 1925. The manic Mrs. Kravitz (the second one) on Bewitched, on Veronica's Closet in early 1999.  Home Page  Dead People Server Photo Gallery  IMDb

Stephen Jay Gould (educator, writer) -- Dead. Cancer. Died May 20, 2002. Born September 10, 1941. Harvard professor who championed evolution and baseball in dozens of books, finished and published his magnum opus The Structure of Evolutionary Theory before he lost a 20-year-long battle against cancer.  Home Page  IMDb  Home Page  Obituary  FindAGrave

Ray Goulding (comic) -- Dead. Kidney failure. Died March 24, 1990. Born March 20, 1922. Bob and Ray.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Nicolette Goulet (actress) -- Dead. Breast cancer. Died April 17, 2008. Born June 5, 1956. Soap opera actress (Ryan's Hope); daughter of Robert Goulet, died on the same day as Danny Federici.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Robert Goulet (singer/actor) -- Dead. Pulmonary fibrosis (died awaiting a lung transplant). Died October 30, 2007. Born November 26, 1933. His magnificent voice led to being cast as Lancelot in the original Broadway Camelot; married to Carol Lawrence during the '60s and '70s, did some funny commercials for Emerald Nuts in the months before he died.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Curt Gowdy (sportscaster) -- Dead. Leukemia. Died February 20, 2006. Born July 31, 1919. NBC sportscaster for baseball and football.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Betty Grable (actress) -- Dead. Lung cancer. Died July 2, 1973. Born December 18, 1916. Pin-up girl during WW2.  IMDb

Lord Lew Grade (producer) --Dead. Old age. Died December 12, 1998. Born December 25, 1906. Produced a wide range of entertainment, from The Saint to The Muppet Show to Raise the Titanic died the same day as Mo Udall.  IMDb

Don Grady (composer/actor) -- Dead. Cancer. Died June 27, 2012. Born June 8, 1944. Robbie on My Three Sons, a Mouseketeer, older brother of Eight is Enough's Lani O'Grady, composed music for the Discovery Channel and for The Phil Donahue Show.  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

David Graf (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died April 7, 2001. Born April 16, 1950. Many bit parts, probably best-known as Tackleberry in the Police Academy movies.  IMDb

Bruce J. Graham (architect) -- Dead. Died March 6, 2010. Born December 1, 1925. Designed the Sears Tower and Hancock Center in Chicago.  Obituary

Katharine Graham (publisher) -- Dead. Injuries from a fall. Died July 17, 2001. Born June 16, 1917. Ran The Washington Post for many years, including during Watergate.

Virginia Graham (talk show host/writer) -- Dead. Heart disease. Died December 22, 1998. Born July 4, 1912. A talk show trail-blazer and a founder of the Cerebral Palsy Association.  IMDb

Gloria Grahame (actress) -- Dead. Cancer. Died October 5, 1981. Born November 28, 1923. Ado Annie in Oaklahoma.  IMDb

Kelsey Grammer (actor) -- Alive. Born February 21, 1955. Both he and Frasier are still alive, though Kelsey is missing an appendix these days.  IMDb

Fred Grandy (former actor) -- Alive. Born June 29, 1948. Gopher on Love Boat, then a Congressional representative, later president of Goodwill Industries.  IMDb

Farley Granger (actor) -- Dead. Born July 1, 1925. Extremely good-looking actor, probably best-known for the Hitchcock movies Rope and Strangers on a Train, longtime companion of Robert Calhoun.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Stewart Granger (actor) -- Dead. Cancer. Died August 16, 1993. Born May 6, 1913. King Solomon's Mines, co-starred with his then-wife Jean Simmons in Young Bess.  IBDB  IMDb  FindAGrave

Cary Grant (actor) -- Dead. Died November 29, 1986. Born January 18, 1904. Once married to Dyan Cannon. What did he have in common with Tony Randall and James Doohan?.  IMDb

Charles L. Grant (writer) -- Dead. Cardio-pulmonary disease/emphysema. Died September 15, 2006. Born circa 1942. Wrote over thirty novels, including the Black Oak series and the Millennium Quartet series.  Home Page

Kirby Grant (actor) -- Dead. Car crash. Died October 30, 1985. Born November 24, 1911. Sky King.  IMDb

Stephane Grappelli (jazz violinist) -- Dead. Post-operative complications. Died December 1, 1997. Born January 26, 1908.

GŁnter Grass (writer) -- Dead. Died April 13, 2015. Born October 16, 1927. Tin Drum, Nobel Prize winner for literature for 1999.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Peter Graves (actor) -- Dead. Died March 14, 2010. Born March 18. 1926. In the original Mission Impossible, the main voice behind A & E's Biography, brother of James Arness.  IMDb  Obituary

Teresa Graves (actress) -- Dead. Apartment fire. Died October 10, 2002. Born January 10, 1949. Laugh-in and Get Christie Love.  IMDb  Obituary

Charles Gray (actor) -- Dead. Died March 7, 2000. Born August 29, 1928. Best-known as the narrator of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and as Blofeld in a James Bond movie.  IMDb

Erin Gray (actress/Tai Chi instructor) -- Alive. Born January 7, 1950. Wilma Deering on Buck Rogers, Baywatch and plenty of movies.  Home Page  IMDb

L. Patrick Gray (FBI director) -- Dead. Pancreatic cancer. Died July 5, 2005. Born July 18, 1916. Ran the FBI under Nixon, died on the same day as James Stockdale.  Home Page .

Spalding Gray (actor/writer) -- Dead. Suicide (drowning). Died January 10, 2004. Born June 5, 1941. Wrote and starred in Swimming to Cambodia, played bit parts in many movies and on TV; disappeared on January 10, and likely died the same day, though his body wasn't found for nearly two months.  IMDb

Kathryn Grayson (singer/actress) -- Dead. Died February 17, 2010. Born February 9, 1922. Starred in Showboat, Kiss Me Kate.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Buddy Greco (singer/pianist) -- Dead. Died January 10, 2017. Born August 14, 1926. Went to sing with Benny Goodman's band when he was 16, he later performed at lot in Vegas and on TV; professional performer for 80 years, had a hit with "The Lady Is a Tramp" in 1960, died same day as Clare Hollingworth.  twitter  IMDb  youtube  Obituary

Jose Greco (flamenco dancer) -- Dead. Heart failure. Died December 31, 2000. Born December 23, 1918. Ship of Fools.  IMDb

Father Andrew Greeley (Priest/professor/writer) -- Dead. Died May 29, 2013. Born February 5, 1928. Sociology professor, writer of fiction (Cardinal Sins), non-fiction (Unsecular Man) and many newspaper columns..  Home Page  Wikipedia  twitter  Obituary

Adolph Green (lyricist, screenwriter) -- Dead. Died October 23, 2002. Born December 2, 1915. Wrote the script for Singin' in the Rain and Auntie Mame, longtime writing partner of Betty Comden, married to Phyllis Newman for over 40 years, died on the same day as Nathan Juran.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Christina Taylor Green (student) -- Dead. Murdered by terrorist. Died January 8, 2011. Born September 11. 2001. Youngest Arizona shooting victim, who ironically was born on 9/11 and died by a later act of terrorism.  Obituary

Gerald Green (writer/producer) -- Dead. Died August 29, 2006. Born circa 1922. Wrote The Last Angry Mann and Holocaust.  IMDb  Obituary

Lorne Greene (actor) -- Dead. Respiratory and cardiac arrest. Died September 11, 1987. Born February 12, 1915. Bonanza to Battlestar Galactica.  IMDb

Shecky Greene (comic) -- Alive. Born April 8, 1926. Vegas comic.  Home Page  IMDb

Meg Greenfield (journalist) -- Dead. Cancer. Died May 13, 1999. Born December 27, 1930. Editorial editor of the Washington Post for 20 years.

Ellie Greenwich (songwriter) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died August 26, 2009. Born October 23, 1940. With her ex-husband Jeff Barry, she co-wrote classic songs like "Leader of the Pack," "Da Doo Ron Ron" and "Chapel of Love," died on the same day as Dominick Dunne.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Dabbs Greer (actor) -- Dead. Kidney/heart disease. Died April 28, 2007. Born April 2, 1917. Played ministers in Little House on the Prairie, The Brady Bunch and Picket Fences, first person rescued by Superman in the Superman TV series, died on the same day as Tommy Newsom.  Home Page  IMDb  FindAGrave

Dick Gregory (comedian/activist) -- Alive. Born October 12, 1932.

James Gregory (actor) -- Dead. Died September 16, 2002. Born December 23, 1911. Lots of TV appearance, Inspector Luger on Barney Miller, died on the same day as Tony Martinez.  IMDb

Pam Grier (actress) -- Alive. Born May 26, 1949. Iconic blaxploitation actress of the '70s (Foxy Brown) who made a great film in the '90s, Jackie Brown.  IMDb

Jimmy Griffin (singer/songwriter) -- Dead. Cancer. Died January 11, 2005. Born August 10, 1943. A founder of Bread, he wrote the Oscar award-winning "For All We Know," died on the same day as Thelma White.  IMDb  Obituary

Merv Griffin (singer/producer) -- Dead. Prostate cancer. Died August 12, 2007. Born July 5, 1925. Talk show host and singer who also created game shows like Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune.  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Andy Griffith (actor/singer) -- Dead. Died July 3, 2012. Born June 1, 1926. Opie's dad in the '60s, Matlock later.  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Kenneth Griffith (actor) -- Alive. Born October 12, 1921. British character actor who may be best-known for playing the pastor in The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain.  IMDb

Richard Griffiths (actor) -- Dead. Died March 28, 2013. Born July 31, 1947. Many movies and much theater, probably best-known as Uncle Vernon in the Harry Potter movies.  Wikipedia  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Prince Rainier Grimaldi (prince) -- Dead. Died April 6, 2005. Born May 31, 1923. Ruler of Monaco since 1949, his marriage to Grace Kelly made him a household name.  Home Page  IMDb

Tammy Grimes (actress) -- Dead. Died October 30, 2016. Born January 30, 1934. Won Tonys for The Unsinkable Molly Brown and Private Lives, ex-wife of Christopher Plummer, mother of Amanda Plummer.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Sergei Grinkov (Olympic skater) -- Dead. Heart attack while skating. Died November 20, 1995. Born February 4, 1967.

Gus Grissom (astronaut) -- Dead. Apollo One fire. Died January 27, 1967. Born April 3, 1926. An early Mercury astronaut, he was the first man to fly twice in space.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  FindAGrave

George Grizzard (actor) -- Dead. Lung cancer. Died October 2, 2007. Born April 1, 1928. Star of stage (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, A Delicate Balance), screen (Advise and Consent, Flags of Our Fathers) and TV (The Adams Chronicles, Law and Order).  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

David Groh (actor) -- Dead. Kidney cancer. Died February 12, 2008. Born May 21, 1939. Best-known in Rhoda as her husband.  IBDB  IMDb

Vince Guaraldi (jazz pianist) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died February 6, 1976. Born July 17, 1928. Composed and performed all piano music for Peanuts specials until 1976.  Home Page  IMDb  FindAGrave

Dave Guard (teacher, singer) -- Dead. Died March 22, 1991. Born October 19, 1934. Kingston Trio - "Tom Dooley," first one to leave the group.  Home Page  IMDb

Bob Guccione (publisher) -- Dead. Cancer. Died October 20, 2010. Born December 17, 1930. Founder of Penthouse, which either raised or lowered the standard for nudity/porn in print (though may be curiously tame compared to some of the photos on the Internet).  IMDb  Obituary

Kathy Keeton Guccione (publisher) -- Dead. Cancer. Died September 19, 1997. Born circa 1939. A founder of Omni

Ann Morgan Guilbert (actress) -- Dead. Cancer. Died June 14, 2016. Born October 16, 1928. Millie on The Dick Van Dyke Show, Fran's grandmother Yetta on The Nanny, died same day as Ronnie Claire Edwards.  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Sir Alec Guinness (actor) -- Dead. Liver cancer. Died August 5, 2000. Born April 2, 1914. Won an Oscar for Bridge on the River Kwai, played Obi-Wan in the first three Star Wars movies.  IMDb

Clu Gulager (actor) -- Alive. Born November 16, 1928. Western and horror actor.  IMDb

David B. Guralnik (Webster's lexicographer) -- Dead. Colon cancer. Died May 12, 2000. Born circa 1920. Chief wordmeister for Websters for almost 40 years, introduced "ain't" to the dictionary .

Rachel Gurney (actress) -- Dead. Died November 24, 2001. Born March 5, 1920. Lady Marjorie on Upstairs, Downstairs.  IMDb

Arlo Guthrie (folk singer) -- Alive. Born July 10, 1947. You can get anything you want...  Home Page  IMDb

Fred Gwynne (actor) -- Dead. Pancreatic cancer. Died July 2, 1993. Born July 10, 1926.  IMDb

Gary Gygax (author/game creator) -- Dead. Abdominal aortic aneurysm. Died March 4, 2008. Born July 27, 1938. Co-creator of Dungeons and Dragons with Dave Arneson and writer of many game-related books.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary