Moore, Michael Francis
1954 - Born on April 23rd in Flint, Michigan. An American film director author and activist.
1972 - He was elected to the local school board at age 18.
1991 - He married his wife, Kathleen Glynn.
- He wrote "Downsize This!".
1994 - Created the television series "TV Nation".
2002 - "Bowling for Columbine", Moore's look at gun violence and America's infatuation with weapons, won the Oscar for Best Documentary.
2003- The brother of Oklahoma City bomber Terry Nichols, James Nichols, filed suit against Moore.
2004 - Moore's film, Fahrenheit 9/11, pointedly lampooned President George W. Bush's close connections to the family of Osama bin Laden.
2005 - A judge dismissed the suit in July about Nichols allege that he was tricked into appearing in Bowling for Columbine, and he accused Moore of libel, defamation of character, invasion of privacy, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
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