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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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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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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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1938 – born – June 28th, in New York City. actor, comedian, and impressionist who has had a lengthy television and movie career. His voice work includes the long-running cartoon series The Ant and the Aardvark, in which the title characters are voiced by Byner’s impressions of Dean Martin, and Jackie Mason, respectively.     1966 – John ..

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1907 – born Edward Teddy was- August 20th, in New York-New York     1920’s-30’s – Went to Columbia University. After majoring in journalism at Columbia University, the New York born-and-bred actor went on to an acting career at the Provincetown Playhouse.     1932-1940 – His vocal talents were immediately discovered and he turned to ..

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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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