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1966 – Born on the 24th day of February in Chicago, Illinois USA.     1982 – Attended the American School in Switzerland. He spent his highschool days in Francis Parker. Daryl Hannah and Jennifer Beils became his classmates.     1985 – He went to California to try his luck in acting and he ..

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1955 – He was born on the 30th day of November this year in Middlesex, England.   1976 – He  lived in Worthing, England before attending Sussex University for only one year before joining the Bromley Contingent of Sex Pistols fans. Idol first joined the punk rock band Siouxsie & the Banshees (before the band ..

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US Baptist clergyman and politician Retired Air Force Tech Sergeant founded Loyal USA Party 1970 Presidential Candidate 1972, 1976, 1988, 1992, 1996 Buried with Full Military Honors in the National cemetery, Biloxi Mississippi      William Joseph Summers was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Rubene Rosemond Chipman and Robert Byron Summers. His ancestors on both sides were English ..

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1931 – Born on June 20th in Brooklyn, New York. Martin Landau, the Oscar-winning character actor. 1948 – At the age of 17, he was hired by the New York Daily News as a staff cartoonist and illustrator. In his five years on the paper, he served as the illustrator for Billy Rose’s "Pitching Horseshoes" ..

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1895 – Born on the 29th of November in Los Angeles, California. 1900 – He made his stage debut acting in the company of his performing family. Berkeley served in WWII as a field artillery lieutenant. 1920 – Dance director for Broadway musical ‘A Connecticut Yankee’. 1933 – Choreographed musicals back-to-back for Warner Brothers: "42nd ..

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British (Czechoslovakian-born) dramatist and screenwriter   wrote plays "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" 1967, "Enter a Free Man" 1968, "The Real Inspector Hound" 1968, "After Magritte" 1970, "Dogg's Our Pet" 1972, "Jumpers" 1972, "Travesties" 1975, "Dirty Linen" 1976, "Night and Day" 1978, "Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth" 1979, "Undiscovered Country" 1980, "On the Razzle" 1981, "The ..

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1945 – He was born in the Letcher County, Kentucky town of Jenkins this year.   1964 – He recorded songs for the small Cory label.   1968 – Stewart made several unsuccessful recordings.   1974 – Other hits from this most commercially successful period until 1977 of Stewart’s career include "Flat Born Natural Good ..

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US novelist specializing in Southwestern themes   wrote novels "Horseman, Pass By" 1961 (source of movie "Hud" 1963), "Leaving Cheyenne" 1963, "The Last Picture Show" 1966, "Moving On" 1970, "All My Friends Are Going to Be Strangers" 1972, "Terms of Endearment" 1975, "Somebody's Darling" 1978, "Cadillac Jack" 1982, "The Desert Rose" 1983, "Lonesome Dove" 1985 ..

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1944 – Born on the 17th of November in Neptune, New Jersey. He is an Emmy Award-winning American actor, director, and an Oscar-nominated producer. 1961 – He boarded at Oratory Preparatory School, in Summit, New Jersey, and graduated. 1978 – 1983 – First gained prominence for his portrayal of "Louie De Palma" on the popular ..

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1917 – Born on March 17th in Montgomery, Alabama. An American musician hailed as one of the best and most influential pianists and small-group leaders of the swing era. Cole attained his greatest commercial success, however, as a vocalist specializing in warm ballads and light swing. 1929 – Cole grew up in Chicago where, by ..

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