Actors From Vermont
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Vermont has produced a number of Actors who have made it big. These include Damon Wayans Jr., Orson Bean, Bing Russell, Sam Lloyd, Rudy Vallee and others.
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Damon Wayans Jr.
(Actor and Comedian Known for Playing as ‘Brad Williams’ in the ABC Sitcom ‘Happy Endings’)
Birthdate: November 18, 1982
Sun Sign: Scorpio
The son of popular actor and comedian Damon Wayans, Damon Wayans Jr. followed in his father's footsteps to become a famous actor and comedian in his own right. He played a major role in helping the ABC comedy series Happy Endings become a critically acclaimed series and a cult classic.
(Actor, Comedian, and Host of Game Shows and Talk Shows)
Birthdate: July 22, 1928
Sun Sign: Cancer
Died: February 7, 2020
Veteran actor, Orson Bean, was once considered a mainstay of Los Angeles’ small theater scene. Born in the late 1920s, he served in the army for a few years before beginning his career in entertainment. He appeared in numerous TV shows, plays, and films, making a name for himself as one of the finest actors of his generation.
Birthdate: May 5, 1926
Sun Sign: Taurus
Died: April 8, 2003
Bing Russell was an American actor whose career spanned nearly 40 years. Perhaps Bing Russell's biggest contribution to the American entertainment industry is his son Kurt Russell. Also a baseball enthusiast, Russell owned the Portland Mavericks, a professional baseball team, which was featured in a 2014 documentary titled The Battered Bastards of Baseball.
Birthdate: November 12, 1963
Sun Sign: Scorpio
Birthdate: February 13, 1960
Sun Sign: Aquarius
(Pop Singer, Actor and One of the First Modern Teen Pop Idols)
Birthdate: July 28, 1901
Sun Sign: Leo
Died: July 3, 1986
Rudy Vallée was an American musician, singer, radio host, and actor. Having gained popularity at a young age, Vallée was widely regarded as one of the first pop stars to achieve the status of a teen idol. His contribution to radio was honored in 2011 when he was made an inductee of the Vermont Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame.