November 1995 in Film & Television

Events in Film & TV

Book releaseHistoric Publication

Nov 7 Howard Stern's second book "Miss America" released (fastest selling ever)

Radio shock jock Howard Stern
Radio shock jock
Howard Stern

Film release premierFilm Release

Nov 13 "GoldenEye", 17th James Bond film, starring Pierce Brosnan for the first time and Judi Dench as M, released

  • Nov 18 Jacqueline Aguilera Marcano (19), of Venezuela, crowned 45th Miss World
  • Nov 19 "Beatle Anthology" premieres on ABC-TV
  • Nov 22 "Toy Story", the first feature-length film created completely using computer-generated imagery, directed by John Lasseter and starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, is released
  • Nov 29 CNNfn, a financial network by Turner Enterprises is launched

Birthdays in Film & TV

  • Nov 3 Kendall Jenner, model and TV personality (Keeping Up with the Kardashians), born in Los Angeles, California
  • Nov 7 Bethany Mota, American video blogger, born in Merced County, California
  • Nov 13 Stella Hudgens, American actress
  • Nov 16 Noah Gray-Cabey, American child actor

Deaths in Film & TV

  • Nov 2 Gilbert "Gil" Lamb, American actor (Hit Parade of 1947, Riding High), dies at 91
  • Nov 4 Jerome Berger, lawyer/Film producer, dies at 64
  • Nov 4 Paul Eddington, British actor (Devil Rides Out, Devil's Bride), dies at 68
  • Nov 5 Laura Weber, TV Host, dies at 70
  • Nov 6 Aneta Corsaut, American actress (b. 1933)
  • Nov 7 John Patrick, American screenwriter and playwright (Pulitzer Prize 1954), commits suicide at 90
  • Nov 7 Melvin "Slappy" White, comedian, dies of heart attack at 74
  • Nov 10 Margaret Annie Nan Macdonald, broadcaster, dies at 87
  • Nov 13 Robert Stephens, actor (Chaplin, QB VII, Cleopatra), dies at 64
  • Nov 19 Bruce Trent [William Butters], British singer and actor (The Passing Show, Band Waggon), dies at 83
  • Nov 23 Louis Malle, film director (Pretty Baby), dies at 63
  • Nov 24 Jeffrey Lynn [Ragnar Godfrey Lind], American actor (Four Daughters, Roaring Twenties), dies from natural causes at 86
  • Nov 30 William Roerick, American actor (The Wasp Woman, Guiding Light), dies in car crash at 83