Holy Cross Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery at 5835 West Slauson Avenue in Culver City, California, United States, operated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
Opened in 1939, Holy Cross comprises 200 acres (81 ha).
It contains—amongst others—the graves and tombs of showbusiness professionals. Many celebrities are in the sections near "The Grotto" in the southwest part of the cemetery; after entering the main gate, turn left and follow the leftmost road up the hill. [1 ] List of notable interments and their families [edit ]
Use the following alphabetical links to find someone.
A [edit ] Gypsy Abbott (1896–1952), actress Jean Acker (1893–1978), actress, first wife of Rudolph Valentino Frank Albertson (1909–1964), actor Sara Allgood (1879–1950), actress Ramsay Ames (1919–1998), actress Tod Andrews (1914–1972), actor Richard Arlen (1898–1976), actor Henry Armetta (1888–1945), actor Mary Astor (1906–1987), actress B [edit ] Joan Banks (1918–1998), actress Sam Barry (1892–1950), Hall of Fame basketball coach John Beradino (1917–1996), actor Johnny Bero (1922–1985), Major League baseball player Russell Birdwell (1903–1977), motion picture publicist Sally Blane (1910–1997), actress Alfred S. Bloomingdale (1916–1982), department store heir, had affair with model Vicki Morgan, a murder victim Joseph Bodner (1925–1982), American illustrator and painter Roman Bohnen (1901-1949), actor Ray Bolger (1904–1987), actor and dancer best known for his role of The Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz Fortunio Bonanova (1895-1969), actor Charles Boyer (1899–1978), actor Scott Brady (1924–1985), actor Keefe Brasselle (1923–1981), actor, producer and writer Joseph Breen (1890-1965), former head of the Production Code Administration Frederick Brisson (1912–84), producer Argentina Brunetti (1907–2005), actress Daws Butler (1916–1988), actor and voice-over artist C [edit ] John Candy (1950–1994), actor and comedian Macdonald Carey (1913–1994), actor Nick Castle (1910-1968), dancer and choreographer Walter Catlett (1889–1960), actor Hobart Cavanaugh (1886–1950), actor Marguerite Chapman (1918–1999), actress D. Worth Clark (1902–1955), U.S. Senator (1939–1945) from Idaho Ruth Clifford (1900-1998), actress Bill Cody (1891-1948), actor Pinto Colvig (1892–1967), actor and voice-over artist Joe Connelly (1917–2003), screenwriter Jackie Coogan (1914–1984), actor Charles Correll (1890–1972), actor and comedian Hernando Courtright (1904-1986), hotelier Jeanne Coyne (1923-1973), actress, dancer and choreographer Darby Crash (1958–1980), musician Bing Crosby (1903–1977), actor and singer Dixie Lee Crosby (1911–1952) actress (Bings first wife) Dennis Crosby (1934–1991), actor and singer Lindsay Crosby (1938–1989), actor and singer Phillip Crosby (1934–2004), actor and singer Dick Curtis (1902-1952), actor D [edit ] Mona Darkfeather (1883–1977), actress Joan Davis (1907–1961), actress and comedienne Virginia Davis (1918-2009), child actress Bobby Day (1928–1990), singer Dennis Day (1916–1988), actor, singer and comedian Pedro de Cordoba (1881–1950), actor Fred de Cordova (1910–2001), director and producer Denise Micheline Bohl de la Torre, (1920-2013), from an ancient ennobled French family, participant in the French Resistance during World War II and wife to Ramon de la Torre Ramon de la Torre, (1905-1969), founder of Ray's Markets, investor, land developer and husband to Denise M. de la Torre Eadie Del Rubio (1921–1996), musician Elena Del Rubio (1921–2001), musician Milly Del Rubio (1921-2011), musician Jean Del Val (1891–1975), actor Ralph DePalma (1892–1956), Italian-American racecar driving champion, won 1915 Indianapolis 500, inducted into International Motorsports Hall of Fame in 1991 Johnny Desmond (1919–1985), actor and singer John Doucette (1921-1994), actor Constance Dowling (1920-1969), actress William Dozier (1908–1991), producer Tom Drake (1918–1982), actor Al Dubin (1891–1945), songwriter Jimmy Durante (1893–1980), actor and comedian Mervyn Dymally (1926-2012), former Lieutenant Governor of California and U.S. Congressman from California. E [edit ] F [edit ] John Farrow (1904-1963), director, husband of actress Maureen O'Sullivan, father of actress Mia Farrow Harriet "Hattie" Fields (1879–1963), vaudevillian, wife of comedian W. C. Fields William C. Fields, Jr. (1904–1971), son of comedian W. C. Fields Emily Fitzroy (1860–1954), actress James Flavin (1906-1976), actor Joe Flynn (1924–1974), actor and comedian George Folsey (1898-1988), cinematographer Francis Ford (1881–1959), actor, writer and director John Ford (1894–1974), director Wallace Ford (1898–1966), actor Victoria Forde (1896–1964), actress Norman Foster (1900–1976), actor and director Gene Fowler (1890–1960), writer Mary Frann (1943–1998), actress Thelma Furness, Viscountess Furness (1904–1970) twin sister of Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt G [edit ] Richard "Skeets" Gallagher (1891-1955), actor William Garity (1899-1971), sound engineer Pauline Garon (1900-1965), actress Mike Gazella (1895-1978), MLB player Charles Gemora (1903-1961), actor and stuntman Margaret Gibson (1894–1964), actress Gaston Glass (1899-1965), actor James Gleason (1882–1959), actor Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez (1925-2006), actor Bonita Granville (1923–1988), actress Gilda Gray (1901–1959), actress and dancer Robert Greig (1879-1958), actor H [edit ] Jack Haley (1898–1979), actor and comedian best known for his role of The Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz Jack Haley, Jr. (1933–2001), director, producer and writer Joe Hamilton (1929–1991), producer Juanita Hansen (1895–1961), actress Henry Hathaway (1898–1985), director and producer June Haver (1926–2005), actress Allison Hayes (1930–1977), actress Rita Hayworth (1918–1987), actress and dancer Chick Hearn (1916–2002), sports broadcaster Emmaline Henry (1928–1979), actress Hugh Herbert (1887-1952), actor and comedian Conrad Hilton, Jr. (1926–1969), business executive and TWA director, heir of Hilton Hotel chain Taylor Holmes (1878-1959), actor Russell Hopton (1900-1945), actor Stan Hough (1918-1990), former vice-president of 20th Century Fox I [edit ] J [edit ] K [edit ] Herbert Kalmus (1881-1963), co-inventor of Technicolor Robert Keith (1898-1966), actor Paul Kelly (1899–1956), actor Charles Kemper (1900-1950), actor Edgar Kennedy (1890–1948), actor and comedian J. M. Kerrigan (1884–1964), actor Norman Kerry (1894–1956), actor Cammie King (1934–2010), child actress Henry King (1886-1982), director James Kirkwood, Sr. (1875–1963), actor and director Helen Kleeb (1907–2003), actress L [edit ] Jack La Rue (1902–1984), actor Sir Lancelot (1902-2001), singer Mario Lanza (1921–1959), actor and singer Eddie Laughton (1903-1952), actor Tim Layana (1964-1999), MLB pitcher Dixie Lee (1911–1952), actress, dancer and singer. First wife of Bing Crosby Jimmy Lennon (1913-1992), sports announcer Nick Licata (1897-1974), mobster Margaret Lindsay (1910–1981), actress David Lloyd (1934-2009), screenwriter Gene Lockhart (1891–1957), actor Kathleen Lockhart (1894–1978), actress Ella Logan (1913-1969), actress and singer Frank Lovejoy (1912–1962), actor Peanuts Lowrey (1917-1986), MLB outfielder Bela Lugosi (1882–1956), actor William Lundigan (1914–1975), actor M [edit ] Donald MacBride (1889-1957), actor Ranald MacDougall (1915-1973), screenwriter Fred MacMurray (1908–1991), actor Abe Manley (1885-1952), owner of Newark Eagles Effa Manley (1897-1981), owner of Newark Eagles Eddie Mannix (1891–1963), movie studio executive Toni Mannix (1906–1983), wife of Eddie Mannix George Marshall (1891–1975), director Harry Martin (1889-1951), medical director of 20th Century Fox Studios and third husband of Louella Parsons Marion Martin (1909–1985), actress Al Martino (1927-2009), singer Rudolph Maté (1898–1964), cinematographer and director May McAvoy (1899–1984), actress Leo McCarey (1898–1969), director Christine McIntyre (1911–1984), actress David McLean (1922-1995), actor Stephen McNally (1913-1994), actor Audrey Meadows (1922–1996), actress Ann Miller (1923–2004), actress and dancer Millard Mitchell (1903–1953), actor James V. Monaco (1885–1945), composer Ricardo Montalbán (1920–2009), actor Carlotta Monti (1907–1993), actress Thelma Morgan (1904–1970), socialite, twin sister of Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt, aunt of fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt James C. Morton (1884-1942), actor Alan Mowbray (1896–1969), actor Jack Mulhall (1887-1979), actor Jack Mullaney (1929-1982), actor William Mullins, microchip pioneer Richard Murphy (1912-1993), screenwriter, director and producer Jim Murray (1919–1998), sportswriter N [edit ] O [edit ] P [edit ] Robert Paige (1911–1987), actor George Pal (1908–1980), director, producer and animator Hermes Pan (1910–1990), choeographer and dancer Louella Parsons (1881–1972), writer and columnist Pat Paterson (1910–1978), actress Chris Penn (1965–2006), actor Leo Penn (1921–1998), actor and director Jean Peters (1926–2000), actress Robert Peterson (1926-2007), publisher ZaSu Pitts (1894–1963), actress and comedienne John Polich (1916-2001), NHL player Paul Porcasi (1879-1946), actor Jerry Priddy (1919-1980), MLB second baseman Dick Purcell (1908-1944), actor Q [edit ]
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