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  Olive Thomas (b. October 20, 1894 – d. Septmeber 10, 1920) was an American socialite and actress during the early days of the silent era. She was a Ziegfield girl and the first original flapper. She is best know for her marriage to Jack Pickford and her untimely death.   1894 – Born Olivia ..

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Kathryn Grayson was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina on February 9, 1922. Her childhood was spent in St. Louis where she studied voice before training with Frances Marshall of the Chicago Civic Opera and later was signed by RCA Red Seal records at the age of 15. Her opera career was nipped in the bud ..

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1906 – Born – April 4th, in  New York, New York, and raised in San Francisco, California     1940s-1950s – a supporting player on radio and early television, as well as a career doing voice work for Warner Bros. cartoons.     1947 – Benaderet began voicing the character of Granny-the sometimes dimwitted, sometimes assertive owner of Tweety ..

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1979 – Born on the 14th of March in Rotterdam, in The Netherlands. 1984 – Moves to the Netherlands Antilles (Curaçao) 1990 – Kizzy’s poem ‘Als’ is published. Written and recited for Amnesty International  1995 – Winner Caribbean- European Talent Contest 1995 – Winner National Song Festival 1996 – Represented Curacao at the finals of the ..

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1970 – Born on March 28th in Minneapolis, Minnesota. American actor. 1988 – Attended Lake Forest High School. 1993 – He made his first credited role in the film "Rudy" where he met his friend Jon Favreau, who was writing a script detailing his life as an out-of-work actor. 1997 – Steven Spielberg saw him ..

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1934 – Born – June, in Brooklyn, New York, is an American comedian, specializing in comic imitations of famous political figures – mostly American. Often compared to fellow impressionist Rich Little, he is best known for his comic depictions of former U.S. Presidents, L.B.J and Richard M. Nixon.     1962?-65 – Frye remained far from the national ..

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1972 – Born on June 2nd on Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England. British-American actor. 1995 – Miller headed to Los Angeles to work in the development department of a small production company specializing in movies made for television. 2002 – Starred in the Hallmark mega-series "Dinotopia". 2003 – Segued to "The Human Stain", a feature film ..

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1928 – Keith Jackson (born October 18,, in Roopville, Georgia) is a former American sportscaster, known for his long career with ABC Sports television, his coverage of college football as well as his style of folksy, down-to-earth commentary and deep voice.     1952 – Jackson began his career as a broadcaster at Washington State, when he ..

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1967 – Born on July 16th in Irvine, California. American actor. 1986 – Graduated from University High School in Irvine, California. 1990 – Graduated with Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Information from the University of Southern California. 1991 – Signed up for workshops with "The Groundlings" group. 1995 – Joined the cast of Saturday ..

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