Married to and divorced from Angie Dickinson and Carol Bayer Sager.
Famous for writing many pop songs since the '60s, usually with lyricist Hal David, including "Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head" and "What the World Needs Now" and wrote songs for the musical Promises, Promises.
Empire of the Sun (novel/movie based on his life in a Japanese internment camp) and A User's Guide to the Millennium among many others.
Robinson in The Graduate, won an Oscar for playing Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker, died on the same day as Dana Elcar.
Made R2D2 run through six Star Wars movies, also appeared in Amadeus and The Elephant Man, was a professional ice skater and performed in comedy nights after the '90s.
IBDB IMDb Find AGrave (comic, savvy producer) -- Dead.
Probably best-heard as Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit, married to Alley Mills, another '60s regular game show panelist, and, ironically, went to the same high school as fellow panelist Peggy Cass.
" for many Superman cartoons, died on the same day as Francis Crick and Eugene Roche.
Wrote prescient books like The End of Ideology and The Coming of Post-Industrial Society, he disdained labels and said he was "...a socialist in economics, a liberal in politics and a conservative in culture." IMDb Obituary (writer/actress) -- Dead. British actor (easy to confuse with his contemporary Oliver Reed) who starred in The Entertainer, King of Hearts Women in Love and the Gibson Hamlet, completed the mini-series Spartacus, which was broadcast posthumously. Little Rock resident who led desegregation efforts and helped the students who went to integrate the high school in 1957. Carmen Jones, lots of TV, and a revival of Hello Dolly, married to Louie Bellson for nearly 40 years. A Republican senator back in the days when Republicans had intelligence and would fight corruption in their own party - during the Watergate hearings, Baker kept famously saying "What did the president know and when did he know it? Wrote Whistle Down the Wind (later adapted as a movie starring her daughter, Hayley), wife of Sir John Mills, mother of Juliet and Hayley.