It's not clear why actor Fred Gwynne is buried in an unmarked plot, but he has occupied such a spot at Sandy Mount United Methodist Cemetery in Maryland since his death from pancreatic cancer in 1993 [source: Find A Grave].
Don't fret if you're having trouble putting his name with a face – most of us are more accustomed to his visage in full Herman Munster makeup! One of his last roles was that of the oft-exasperated judge opposite Joe Pesci in "My Cousin Vinny," but his body of work was a collection of critically acclaimed films and much-loved television shows, including "Car 54, Where Are You?" and "The Munsters." Gwynne was also a highly regarded painter, sculptor and children's book author [source: IMDB].