February 26, 2024

Orson Bean, Renowned Actor Struck And Killed In Los Angeles

Orson Bean, at 91, the witty veteran actor, was struck and killed by a vehicle while crossing the street in Los Angeles.
Mr. Orson Bean was clipped by a car and then struck by the second driver. The LA county coroner’s office made it confirm, as a ” traffic-related” fatality.

A veteran TV personality, Mr. Orson Bean,  made his mark in the television and film industry.

About Orson Bean:

Personal life:

22 July 1922, Orson Bean was born in City of Burlington, Vermont, His father, George Frederick Burrows, was known as a founding member of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Soon after the death of his mother, he left his home. Later, following his service in the military, he used to work as a stage magician in small venues before morphing into a stand-up comedian in the early 1950s.

He got married three times. In 1956, he married Jacqueline de Sibour, an actress. She was the daughter of  Vicomte Jacques de Sibour- the French nobleman also a  pilot. They divorced in 1962.

In 1965, Mr. Orson Bean again married to Carolyn Maxwell-an actress and renowned fashion designer. In 1981, the couple divorced.

Finally, in 1993, he tied the knot with actress Alley mills. She is popularly known for Norma Arnold, The Wonder Years.


He played a role in many TV series, films, and stage productions. He started his career in acting in the early 1950s. He experienced a long route of steady years, playing roles in movies such as Miracle on 34th Street, and Being John Malkovich. He also caught attention in TV shows like Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, The Love Boat, and Modern Family and Desperate Housewives.

Mr.Orson also appeared on the various game shows till the 1980s. The one most memorable appearance was in To Tell The Truth, as a panelist.

Our deepest sympathy for Mr. Orson Bean’s death.


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