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German aerospace engineer, rocketry pioneer, and popularizer of science   immigrated to US 1935 to escape Nazi regime   wrote "The Conquest of Space" 1949 2.7 / 5 (..

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1947 – Born on April 12th in Indianapolis, Indiana. American comedian and talk show host. 1969 – Married to Michelle Cook.          – Graduated from Ball State University. 1978 – Dated writer, Merrill Markoe. 1980 – His own "David Letterman Show" debuted, but it was aired weekday mornings, opposite game shows and soap operas. ..

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1950 – Born in New Rochelle, New York, on the 28th of April. American comedian and television host. 1973 – Received his Bachelor’s degree in Speech therapy from Emerson College. 1978 – He had appeared on television, acted in the film American Hot Wax but hit paydirt with his late-night television appearances. 1980 – Married ..

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1957 – He was born Denis Colin Leary on the 18th day of August this year in Worcester, Massachusetts. He graduated from Saint Peter-Marian High School in Worcester. Through marriage, Leary is a distant cousin of talk show host Conan O’Brien.   1979 – After graduating with the Emerson Class of 1979, he took up ..

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1890 – Laurel was born in Ulverston, England on the 16th of June. 1906 – He had his first professional performance on stage at the age of sixteen. 1910 – Laurel joined the group of Fred Karno’s troupe of actors. 1916-1918 – He was able to tour America together with Alice and Baldwin Cooke. 1919 ..

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1895 – Born in New York City on the 13th of August. 1927 – He debuted in on Broadway in Harry Delmar’s Revels. 1928-1929 – Lahr had his first major success in a stage musical playing the prize fighter hero of Hold Everything. 1930 – "Flying High". 1932 – Florenz Ziegfeld’s Hot-Cha! 1936 – The ..

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1919 – Born in Trenton, New Jersey on the 23rd of January.   1945 – Kovacs married his first wife, Bette Wilcox, on the 13th of August. When the marriage ended, he fought for custody of their children, Bette and Kippie.   1955-1958 – He wrote for Mad Magazine, including the recurring "Strangely Believe It!" ..

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1927 – Born on February 15th in Chicago, Illinois. American actor and comedian.   1960 – His first classic characterization was provided for "The Flintstones" wherein he was the distinctively snooty voice of The Great Gazoo, a little helmeted space man from the future consigned to the Earth’s past in punishment for his crimes.     ..

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US actor- Deputy Barney Fife on TV’s The Andy Griffith Show   1924- July 21, Morgantown, West Virginia     1940’s- Knotts served in the U.S. Army during World War II, performing for troops as a comedian and ventriloquist. There’s no truth to the Intenet rumor that he was once a Marine drill sergeant   ..

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