Richard Crenna actor, director, producer Born November 30, 1926 in Los Angeles, California, USA Richard Donald Crenna was born in Los Angeles, California, into a modest-income family, the only child of Edith J. (Pollette) and Domenick Anthony Crenna, a pharmacist. His parents were both of Italian descent.
Richard Crenna was one of the most famous and celebrated actorss in the world. This superstar was born on 30th November 1926, in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was 76 years old, and he lived at Los Angeles, California, USA with his family. This greatest actors held American citizenship. He started acting at an early age.
Richard Crenna was born on the 30th of November, 1926. He was known for being a TV Actor. Actor who starred in Our Miss Brooks and The Real McCoys and received award recognition for roles in Slattery’s People and The Rape of Richard Beck. Richard Crenna was born in Los Angeles.
Richard Anthony Crenna was born on June 29, 1959 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Predator 2 (1990), The Blob (1988) and The Glass House (2001). See full bio » Born: June 29, 1959 in Los Angeles, California, USA More at IMDbPro » Contact Info: View agent, publicist, legal on IMDbPro Photos 1 video » Known For
Jan 17, 2003 · Actor | Director | Producer Born Nov. 30, 1926 in Los Angeles, CA. Died Jan. 17, 2003 of pancreatic cancer in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Calif. R ichard Crenna gained fame on TV's "Our Miss Brooks" and "The Real McCoys" and made a successful transition from comedy to drama on television and in movies such as "The Sand Pebbles" and "Body Heat."
Jan 17, 2003 · Crenna is best known for his role as 'Luke McCoy' in "The Real McCoys" (1957 to 1963), and 'Walter Denton' in "Our Miss Brooks" (1952 to 1956). Actor. He was a veteran character actor of stage, film, and television, and film and television director.
Aug 19, 2019 · Richard Crenna, who is known for his role as Luke McCoy in the television series "The Real McCoys," passed away at 76 years old. Advertisement The actor's first achievement came on the radio in 1948 as Walter Denton in the series "Our Miss Brooks." He remained in the part when the show moved to TV in 1952.