Birth Place Matching "Danvers, Massachusetts, USA" (Sorted by Death Date Ascending)
Actor | Challenge of the Range
Robert Filmer was born on November 6, 1899 in Danvers, Massachusetts, USA as Augustus Westlake Filmer. He was an actor, known for Challenge of the Range (1949), Mom and Dad (1945) and The Ford Television Theatre (1952). He died on January 15, 1980 in Sonoma, California, USA.
3. Bradley Delp
Soundtrack | The Limey
In 1995 Brad Delp and John Muzzy formed the Beatles Cover band, BeatleJuice. They played throughout New England until his death in 2007. BeatleJuice was what he referred to as his "hobby" and they performed for many charity events, school functions, parties and small scale venues. There are some ...
Actor | Louie
Nick was born in Danvers, Massachusetts and attended Danvers High. He went on to be a marketing major at the University of Maine. Nick honed his seething, sarcastic style in New York City.
In this day of watered down comedy his brutally honest performances remind us of what great standup should be -...
Christian was born Christopher William Harmony in Danvers, Massachusetts. After becoming interested in films and acting while still at school, he attended Salem State College with a major in Theater Arts, moving to Los Angeles in 1998. Shortly afterwards he was offered a part in a Roger Corman ...
Actor | Thor
Age twenty-four at the time of filming, Patrick O'Brien Demsey was completing an internship with an advertising agency when he chanced upon the auditions for "Miracle." Demsey, a graduate of Fitchburg State College, stopped playing hockey due to injuries and hopes to pursue an acting career.
11. Dahv Daniels
Actress | Swept Away TV
Radio Disney's Incubator program has produced some of the hottest young acts in the music business including B5, Kaci Brown, Teddy Geiger, and according to Billboard magazine "now the 12 year old unsigned DaHv is poised to follow in their footsteps".
Working with producers Gary Carolla (Backstreet ...
12. Noah Pohl
A native of Swampscott, Massachusetts, Noah Pohl started writing and directing films in high school. His 30-minute short, "Grandma Thug," helped him gain entry into Brown University. There, he earned an Honors Degree in Literary Arts, studying under screenwriters Erin Cressida Wilson, David Grimm ...
Actor | The Joneses
James Shalkoski, Jr. is originally from Georgetown, Massachusetts. He grew up the middle of three sons of a Radiologic Technician and a Fast Food Executive, and he has been acting since his first stage appearance, his fifth grade play. He pursued acting more professionally in high school, where he ...