4. Rock Hudson
Rock Hudson died in 1985, but he was a famous American actor. He was known for his roles throughout the 1950s and 1960s. One of his most notable roles was as Brad Allen in the 1959 film Pillow Talk. Rock Hudson has appeared in All That Heaven Allows, Giant, Tobruk, Magnificent Obsession, Ice Station Zebra, and much more. He was one of the first revered Hollywood celebs to pass away due to complications from AIDS. This sparked a lot of discussion about gay actors and HIV/AIDS. Rock Hudson kept much of his private life out of the public limelight while he was alive and acting.
3. Richard Chamberlain
Richard Chamberlain is now 81 years old. He is an actor who has appeared on screen and on the stage. He is also a singer and was quite popular during his teenage years. He was the title character, Dr. Kildare, on the television show that goes by the same name. He has also appeared in Shogun and The Thorn Birds. He had a romantic relationship with actor Wesley Eure in the 1970s. He then dated Martin Rabbett, an actor-writer-producer. Chamberlain won the Golden Apple Award in 1962, as well as a Golden Globe for Best TV Star (Dr. Kildare) in 1963. His other awards include the Photoplay Award, the Aftonbladet TV Prize, and the Steiger Award.