If you know of someone buried here who is not listed, please contact Peggy Smith for inclusion.
|Akiba section 17-55||BROWN||John H||1904||1957||Actor and radio star best known for his role as "Digger O' Dell," the friendly undertaker in "The Life of Riley"|
|BRUCE||Lenny [Lenny Schneider]||13 Oct 1925||3 Aug 1966||"Beloved Father ~ Devoted Son ~ Peace At Last"
|Unknown||CAINE||Howard [Howard Cohen]||2 Jan 1926 Nashville TN||28 Dec 1993 North Hollywood CA||"US Navy ~ World War II"
F/O Lyle Caine, guitarist Actor best remembered for playing the role of German Gestapo Major 'Wolfgang Hochstetter' in the television comedy series, "Hogan's Heroes" (1967 to 1971)
|Unknown||COHEN||Harvey||13 Sep 1951 Boston MA||14 Jan 2007 Aguora Hills CA||Composer and Orchestrator. He also arranged music for such artists as Kenny G and The Irish Tenors|
|Unknown||FOSTER||Phil||29 Mar 1914||8 Jul 1985||Actor who played 'Frank De Fazio,' Laverne's father on the sitcom "Laverne and Shirley"|
|Unknown||GARY||Bruce||7 Apr 1951||22 Aug 2006||Musician, drummer for "The Knack" of "My Sharona" fame|
|GORDON||Bert||8 Apr 1895||30 Nov 1974||Actor "The Mad Russian"|
|Garden of Love||GREEN||Mitzi [Mitzi Pevney]||22 Oct 1920||24 May 1969||"Loving Wife And Mother"
|Unknown||HAKIM||Albert||1937 Iran||25 Apr 2003 South Korea||Iran-Contra affair figure|
|Unknown||HARRIS||Julius||17 Aug 1923||17 Oct 2004||Harris is probably best-remembered for playing the evil Tee Hee Henderson in the James Bond movie "Live and Let Die" (1973), and as President Idi Amin in the TV movie "Victory at Entebbe" (1976)|
|Unknown||HELLINGER||Bernard "Bernie"||18 Nov 1923||3 Oct 2007|
|Unknown||JAFFE||Sam [Shalom]||10 Mar 1891 NYC||24 Mar 1984 Beverly Hills CA||Actor who is best remembered for his supporting role of 'Dr. David Zorba' in the television soap opera, "Ben Casey" (1961 to 1965), and for his role as 'Gunga Din', in the 1939 movie of the same name|
|Garden of David
Row 7, Grave 69
|KAMEN||Milton||5 Mar 1921 USA||24 Feb 1977 Los Angeles CA||"In Loving Memory"
Actor, comic, stage performer who got his start writing for Sid Ceasar, and later discovered Woody Allen
|KATCH||Kurt||28 Jan 1896||14 Aug 1958||Actor|
|Mount Jerusalem||LEMBECK||Harvey||15 Apr 1923 Brooklyn NY||5 Jan 1982||"US Army ~ World War II" "He Loved He Laughed He Lives"
F/O Michael Lembeck, actor A pudgy, comic character player, he is best known for his role as Corporal Rocco Barbella on TV's "The Phil Silvers Show" (a.k.a. "Sgt. Bilko", 1955 to 1959)
|Unknown||MARKOWITZ||Nicholas Samuel||19 Sep 1984 West Hills CA||8 Aug 2000 Santa Barbara CA||S/O Jeff & SUsan Markowitz, B/O Ben Markowitz Murder victim|
|In a small room in the large outdoor mausoleum in the middle of the cemetery. His marker is in the middle of the larger indoor wall||MARX||Groucho [Julius Henry]||2 Oct 1890 NYC||19 Aug 1977||S/O Sam "Frenchy" & Minnie [Schøonberg] Marx, was Marrix, F/O Arthur Marx, B/O Leonard "Chico", Adolf/Arthur "Harpo", Milton "Gummo" & Herbert Manfred "Zeppo" Marx Legendary Actor, Comedian who was probably the best known of the Marx Brothers comedy team and went on to radio and TV success with the "You Bet Your Life" program.|
|Unknown||SASSOON||Catya||3 Sep 1968 NYC||1 Jan 2002 Hollywood CA||33 Yrs, D/O Vidal Sassoon Actress and model Heart attack|
|Unknown||STUART||Roy||17 Jul 1935 NYC||25 Dec 2005||70 Yrs, Actor best remembered for his role as 'Corporal Chuck Boyle' on the television series, "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C." from 1965 to 1968|
|Unknown||VALLIN||Rick||24 Sep 1919||31 Aug 1977||Actor who appeared in "Cody of the Pony Express," (1950), "King of the Congo" (1952), and "Son of Geronimo." (1951) Additionally he has played both leading and supporting roles in "Brick Bradford," (1948), "Batman and Robin" (1949), and "Blackhawk" (1952)|
|Unknown||WYLE||George [Bernard Weissman]||1915 NYC||4 May 2003||Film and Television Composer. Among his many compositions have been more then 400 songs including the Christmas hit, "The Most Wondeful Time Of The Year" and "The Ballad Of Gilligan's Isle" for the classic television series, "Gilligan's Island" which ran on CBS from 1964 to 1967|
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