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screen actors guild awards memoriam (or who will make the cut?)
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christian peralta caceres
2018-01-09 01:21:37 UTC
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the sag awards are near and as always (don't know since when) a memorial reel will play to pay tribute to the members of the guild who passed away since the last ceremony until either December or this month. According to the website, this is the list of people who passed away (note that includes actors like Fyvush Finkel, Robert Vaughn and Mary Tyler Moore who appear on the last reel)
Byron Abreu
Sylvia Ader
Larry Agney
Maxwell Alexander
Lola Albright
Penelope Allen
Stephen Allen (Residuals Processing Trust & Estates team)
Barbara Ammon
John Andariese
Dave Anderson
Richard Anderson
Hope Arthur
Humbert Allen Astredo
Harvey Atkin
Gary Austin
Arlo Baldwin
Chuck Barris
Erik Bauersfeld
Yahee Baxter
Yussef Becdach
Walter Becker
Hagan Beggs
Robert Daryl Bennett
Chester Bennington
Shelley Berman
Chuck Berry
Robert W. Bishop
Ellen Blake
Margaret Maggie Blye
James W. Boinski
Joe Bologna
Alex Bond
Jay Bontatibus
Jimmie Booth
Powers Boothe
Malick Bowens
Charles Bradley
Alban L. Branton
Jimmy Breslin
William E. Brooks III
William David Brown
Robert Brumbaugh Jr.
William Bryson
James Burnett
Frank Butler
Tony C.
Douglas Caldwell
David Edward Campbell
Glenn Campbell
Lynda Carlin
Joe Jafo Carriere
David Cassidy
Jonathan Cates
Melissa Clayton
Emilie Clark
Alan Colmes
Paul Comi
John Eric Comia (Staff)
Michael Connors
Barbara Cook
Maggie Cooper
Irwin Corey
Chris Cornell
Rita Crafts
Kevin Curran
Fred Curt
Ben Dana
Michael Dalby
Harry Daley
Lillian Daly
Jaye K. Danford
Tony Dario
Clifford David
Lou Davis
Alfonso De Rose
Vincent Deadrick
Pierre Rene Debs
Barry Dennen
Tommy Derrah
Patti Deutsch
Tona Dodd
Sid Doherty
Alice Drummond
Kai Allen Duvall
Nelsan Ellis
Woody Enemy
Lee Farr
Ned Farster
Joey Martin Feek
Abel Fernandez
Miguel Ferrer
Frederick G. Fisher
Rich Fisher
Fred Fiske
Lil Jon Flip
Jeremy Flynn
June Foray
Bruce Forsyth
Thomas H. Friedkin
Cynthia Frost
Warren Frost
Dennis Eugene Garber
Allen Gardner
Kevin Geer
Troy Gentry
Ronald E. Giles
Sue Ann Gilfillan
Scott Glascock
Howard Goldstein
Goliath
Irv Gooch
James R. Gough
Virgina Brown Graham
Nancy Greer
Julie Gregg
Dick Gregory
Vertamae Grosvenor
Trevor Habberstad
Barbara Hale
Karin Hali
J. Dan Hall
Monty Hall
Peter Hansen
Ty Hardin
Eloise Hardt
Robert Hardy
John H. Harlan
Joi "SJ" Harris
Howard Phillips Hart
James R. Hartman
Bobby Harwell
Richard Hatch
Catherine Anne Hayes
John Harlan
Glenne Headly
John Heard
Hugh Heffner
Evan Helmuth
Henry Herrera
Arthur Hiller
Richard E. Hirschfeld
Mike Hodge
Linda H. Hopkins
J.R. Horne
Martin Horsey
Erik Howell
David House
John Hurt
Earle Hyman
Lawrence J. Imel
Tino Insana
Barbara Elaine Isaacs
H. Joaquin Jackson
Ted Jacobs
Lisa Jacobson
Clifton James
Richard L. Jamison
Al Jarreau
James Javore
Anne Jeffreys
Barry Jenner
Rose Marie Jun
Richard Karron
Sheldon F. Katz
Elizabeth Kemp
Sally Kemp
Robert John Kenney
Connie Kunkle
Garret Lambert
Martin Landau
Sonny Landham
Leonard Landy
Esther Lapiduss
Nick Lashaway
Dick Latessa
Martha Lavey
Alexandra LeClair
John Lehman
Jerry Lewis
Tony Lincoln
Sam Lloyd Sr.
Chuck Low
Jim Lowe
Leonita Monica Lovett
Curt Lowens
Don Lykins
Alexander Mackenzie
David Macklin
Babs Malone
Michael Mancini
Paul Marin
Rick Marlow
Roger Marks
Jared Martin
Rob Max
Ralphie May
Mariann Mayberry
Robin Michelle McClamb
Kim McGuire
Paul Joseph McKenna
Dina Merrill
Milton Metz
Tomas Milian
Erin Moran
Jeanne Moreau
John Michael Morgan
Robert Michael Morris
Kevin O. Morrison
Sam Moses
Lawrence Montaigne
Meg Mundy
Haruo Nakajima
Bob Nelson
Novella Nelson
Michael Nyqvist
Thomas J. Nola
Judith Novgorod
John O'Creagh
Owiso Odera
George T. Odom
Jack Ong
G.I Orlando
Bob Owczarek
Robert Osborne
Richard Pacheco
Tommy Page
Shannon Paju
Sophia H. Paris
Mark Paskos
Bill Paxton
John Peebles
Robert M. Pehrson
Frank Pellegrino
Tom Petty
Stack Pierce
Emilio Plana
Alfred Powers
Gabe Pressman
Tim Quill
Bobby Ramsen
Della Reese
Steve Reevis
Joe Reiling
Mary Frances Reynolds
Don Rickles
Jack Riley
Samuel G. Roberson
Maggie Roche
George A. Romero
David Rose
Tony Russel
Michael M. Ryan
Bill Ryusaki
Lawrence Sacco
Frances Salisbury
Irma Sandrey
Joe Santos
Aaron Michael Saxton
Florence Schauffler
Robert Schiraldi
Frank Senger
Dave Shearer
Dolores Ann Shepard
Sam Shepard
Jon Shepodd
Larry Sherman
Dianne Shilling
Edi Silverman
Iva Franks Singer
Mike Skloot
William L. Slout
Roger Smith
Harry Dean Stanton
Milton R. Stark
Kay Starr
Jim Staskel
George Steele
Charles Joseph Stewart
Morris Stewart Jr.
Allen Stone
Carolyn Sullivan Zinn
Tony Swartz
Michele Joan Tamburro
Barbara Tarbuck
Jay Thomas
Mark A. Thompson
Zakariah Thor
Barton Tinapp
Adrianne Tolsch
Lori Tritel
Frederick D. Tucker
Charles Tuthill
Jim Vance
Floyd W. Vaughn
Elena Verdugo
Oleg Vidov
Frank Vincent
Joe Vitello
Janet Waldo
Mark Watson
Adam West
Red West
Alfred Wiggins
Glenn R. Wilder
Michael G. Wilkinson
Don Williams
Ezekiel Williams
L.B. Williams
Jacob Witkin
Robert A. Wolff
Donna Wong
Randy Mack Wren
William G. Wright Jr.
Francine York
Hector Zavaleta
Ben Zeller
Mel Zimmer

Obviously not all of them will make the reel, at least 40-42 actors the awards recognizes, so who you think is gonna make the reel?
That Derek
2018-01-09 02:14:14 UTC
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>> Tim Quill
Bobby Ramsen
Della Reese
Steve Reevis

When did Bobby Ramsen die? I am unable to find anything on the Internet about his passing either under "Ramsen" or his birth name "Abramson."

Bobby attended as a guest for the last few "Friends of Old Time Radio" conventions; however, since the 2011 demise of that event, I've lost contact with him.

As a point of reference, Bobby Ramsen was a child radio actor on such programmes as "Let's Pretend," "The Eternal Light," and "Coast to Coast on a Bus." As an adult, he was a comedian of the Borscht Belt-Friars' Club-Merv Griffin Show variety. I just saw him a couple of weeks ago on a late 1970s rerun of "Norm Crosby's 'The Comedy Shop'" (available on the Decades Channel, Monday through Fridays at 12 Midnight following the Ed Sullivan reruns).

Ramsen, also, was a TV actor, usually in sitcoms, throughout the 1970s and 1980s. He showed up in about six or seven episodes of "The Bob Newhart Show" each time in an entirely different role (he portrayed the landlord in the show's finale). Sometime in the 1990s, the Nick at Nite cable network published a book with episode guides to a batch of their sitcoms at the time ("Bewitched"; "Dick Van Dyke"; "Mary Ty;er Moore"; "Welcome Back, Kotter"; etc.). In the chapter/episode guide for "Bob Newhart," the author(s) referred to Bobby something to the effect of being "the most versatile player in 'The Bob Newhart Show' stock company.

If anybody has any pertinent info on Bobby Ramsen's passing, please post it here.

Thanks in advance.
A Friend
2018-01-09 03:49:47 UTC
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In article <5c9d78a6-e500-4410-96d0-***@googlegroups.com>,
That Derek <***@yahoo.com> wrote:

> >> Tim Quill
> Bobby Ramsen
> Della Reese
> Steve Reevis
>
> When did Bobby Ramsen die? I am unable to find anything on the
> Internet about his passing either under "Ramsen" or his birth name
> "Abramson."
>
> Bobby attended as a guest for the last few "Friends of Old Time
> Radio" conventions; however, since the 2011 demise of that event,
> I've lost contact with him.
>
> As a point of reference, Bobby Ramsen was a child radio actor on such
> programmes as "Let's Pretend," "The Eternal Light," and "Coast to
> Coast on a Bus." As an adult, he was a comedian of the Borscht
> Belt-Friars' Club-Merv Griffin Show variety. I just saw him a couple
> of weeks ago on a late 1970s rerun of "Norm Crosby's 'The Comedy
> Shop'" (available on the Decades Channel, Monday through Fridays at
> 12 Midnight following the Ed Sullivan reruns).
>
> Ramsen, also, was a TV actor, usually in sitcoms, throughout the
> 1970s and 1980s. He showed up in about six or seven episodes of "The
> Bob Newhart Show" each time in an entirely different role (he
> portrayed the landlord in the show's finale). Sometime in the 1990s,
> the Nick at Nite cable network published a book with episode guides
> to a batch of their sitcoms at the time ("Bewitched"; "Dick Van
> Dyke"; "Mary Ty;er Moore"; "Welcome Back, Kotter"; etc.). In the
> chapter/episode guide for "Bob Newhart," the author(s) referred to
> Bobby something to the effect of being "the most versatile player in
> 'The Bob Newhart Show' stock company.
>
> If anybody has any pertinent info on Bobby Ramsen's passing, please
> post it here.
>
> Thanks in advance.


Bobby Ramsen died on August 5 2017, according to SAG. He was 88.

https://www.sagaftra.org/files/sa_fallwinter17_public_0.pdf
Michael OConnor
2018-01-09 02:45:27 UTC
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> Goliath

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