04 JUL 1990 Christopher Coogan, youngest son of the late actor Jackie Coogan, was killed in a motorcycle accident. He was 22. Christopher Coogan died at Desert Hospital after Friday night's accident, said Kitty Davis, Jackie Coogan's former publicist and a family friend.
Coogan was married four times, and had four children. C Genealogy > COOGAN Coogan was taken to Santa Monica Hospital, where he died from cardiac arrest. In 1961, he guest-starred in an episode of The Americans, an NBC series about family divisions stemming from the Civil War. Christopher Fenton Coogan born.
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Christopher Fenton Coogan was the son of Dorothea Lamphere and Jackie Coogan. You need a Find a Grave account to add things to this site. We were unable to submit your feedback at this time.
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Christopher Fenton Coogan was born on July 9 1967, in Riverside County, to Jackie Coogan and Dorothea Lamphere. When he fell on hard times and asked Charlie Chaplin for assistance, Chaplin handed him $1,000 without hesitating.
christopher fenton coogan  He had been undergoing kidney dialysis when his blood pressure dropped. Coogan appeared with then-wife Betty Grable in College Swing, a 1938 musical comedy starring George Burns, Gracie Allen, Martha Raye and Bob Hope.
Jul 07, 1990 · Christopher Coogan, 22, youngest son of actor Jackie Coogan. His father, who as a child appeared in Charlie Chaplin’s 1921 film “The Kid” and later played Uncle Fester in television’s “The Addams...
They had two children together, a daughter, Leslie Diane Coogan, born November 24, 1953, in Los Angeles, and a son, Christopher Fenton Coogan, born July 9, 1967, in Riverside County, California, who died in a motorcycle accident in Palm Springs, California on June 29, 1990.
Born in Los Angeles, California, to a show business family, shortly after his birth the Coogans moved to New York City, New York and it was there that he made his first real appearance in the theater, at the age of four. At age five he began touring with his family in vaudeville shows.