Harry Carey Jr.

Harry Carey Jr.
The name he made for himself in Hollywood he owed largely to his father, but Harry Carey, Jr. never seemed to mind lesser billing. The son of silent film cowboy Harry Carey, he relied on the horsemanship his father had taught him to win roles for John Ford, Raoul Walsh and Howard Hawks. Graced with a slight, boyish physique, Carey was often cast as decent but doomed frontiersmen. Gunned down by...

Hazel O'Connor

Credits: Car Trouble, Breaking Glass BIRTHDATE| 05/16/1955

Henry Fonda

Henry Fonda
A beloved, enduring screen star who embodied an idealized yet recognizable vision of the average but nonetheless intelligent and honorable American man, Henry Fonda began his acting career in his native Nebraska with the Omaha Community Playhouse. He worked his way to Broadway in 1929 and arrived in Hollywood in 1934. Fonda's benign, paternal presence landed him roles ranging from conscientious US...

Hernan Rodriguez Matte

Credits: Fugue BIRTHDATE| 05/16/1972