Birth: August 13, 1899
Leytonstone, London, England
Death: April 29, 1980
Bel Air, Ca
Cause: Renal Failure
Burial Location: Creamted, Ashes Scattered
Biography: One of the most prolific directors of all time, Alfred Hitchcock got his start in the film industry in 1920 drawing sets for the studios. was only when the director for "Always tell your wife" fell ill and Hitchcock had to complete the film. Hitchcock had his first shot of being the director of a film in 1923 when he was to direct the film "The Number 13", which was never completed. Determined to make a name for himself, Alfred continued directing and married his wife of 54 years. The family moved to the US and Alfred began getting a name for himself in american cimema. He had a number of successful films and the industry began calling the films by his name, Alfred Hitchcock's Pyscho. On March 7, 1979, Hitchcock was awarded the AFI Life Achievement Award. Alfred was very sick at this time, suffering from Angina and kidney problems. In late 1979, Hitchcock was knighted, making him Sir Alfred Hitchcock. On the 29th April 1980, 9:17AM, he died peacefully in his sleep due to renal failure.
Little known fact about Hitchcock, he had a cameo appearance in every film he directed.