Larry Blyden

Birth Name:
Ivan Lawrence Blieden
Birth Date:
June 23, 1925
Birth Place:
Houston, Texas
Death Date:
June 6, 1975
Place of Death:
Agadir, Morocco
Cause of Death:
Auto Accident (disputed)
Cemetery Name:
Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Show Business
Larry Blyden was a Tony Award winning actor, director and producer known for his work in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Harold as well as guest spots on Twilight Zone and The Fugitive

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery

6900 Lawndale

Houston, Texas, 77023


North America


Grave Location:

Section 27, Lot 444

Grave Location Description

About 75 feet west and slightly south of the gazebo in Section 27

Grave Location GPS

29.7150458, -95.3074244



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