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1955 – born – October 8th, in Tampa, Florida.     1973 – Darrell graduated from Melbourne High School in Melbourne, Florida, where he was a star athelete who lettered in both Football and Baseball. He then attended Brevard Community College and University of Florida at Gainesville where he majored in broadcasting.       1970’s-1990’s ..

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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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1978 – Born on November 24th in Washington, D.C. American actress. 1987 – Was with the Elite Modeling Agency. 1992 – She made her big-screen debut in "That Night", which starred Juliette Lewis and C. Thomas Howell. 1993 – Katherine appeared in Steven Soderbergh’s critically acclaimed Depression-era drama "King of the Hill". 1994 – Landed ..

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1978 – Born on March 13th in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Ukrainian dancer. 1983 – Started taking ballet lessons. 1992 – Became a naturalized American citizen. 1997 – Competed with Roman Nabatov as an amateur couple for United States. 1998 – Danced as professional couple for England with partner Paul Killick. 2001 – Became one of the ..

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1959 – Born on August 24th in Miami, Florida. American television personality and known as the wife of professional wrestler, Hulk Hogan. 1983 – Married to wrestler, Hulk Hogan (Terry Bollea), on December 18th and had 2 kids. 1995 – Appeared in "Hulk Rules", Terry’s album. 2005 – Starred in the television series, "Hogan Knows ..

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