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Sofia Vergara

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Vergara moved to Bogotá at the age of 20, where Sofia Vergara worked as a model on the runway and on TV. From 1995 to ...

Nat King Cole

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Nat Cole and three other musicians formed the "King Cole Swingers" in Long Beach and played in a number of local bars before getting a ...

Barack Obama

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Obama attended Columbia University, but found New York's racial tension inescapable. Barack Obama became a community organizer for a small Chicago church-based group for three ...

Laura Dern

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The first success for the young Dern came in 1980, with a role in Adrian Lyne's Foxes (1980), a teen movie starring Jodie Foster. Laura ...

Teri Garr

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Teri Garr can claim a career in show business by birthright. Teri Garr was the daughter of Eddie Garr, a Broadway stage and film actor, ...

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Ruairi_O_Bradaigh Ruairi O Bradaigh
Biography of Ruairi O Bradaigh: 1932 - Born on the 2nd of October in Longford. 1950 - Educated at St Mel's College.          - Ruairi O Bradaigh joined Sinn Féin. 1951 - Joined the Irish Republican Army.           - Marched with the IRA at the unveiling of the Seán Russell monument in Fairview Park, Dublin.  1954 - ...


Edna_OBrien Edna OBrien
Biography of Edna OBrien: 1930 - Born on the 15th of December in Tuamgraney, County Clare, Ireland. 1960 - Edna OBrien published her first book, "The Country Girls". 1962 - Edna OBrien received numerous awards for her works, including a Kingsley Amis. 1981 - Edna OBrien wrote a play Virginia which was about Virginia ...


Samuel_Madden Samuel Madden
Biography of Samuel Madden: 1686 - Samuel Madden was born in Dublin. Irish author and philanthropist.         - Samuel Madden moved to Newtownbutler, County Fermanagh, as a clergyman.1729 - His tragedy, Themistocles, was produced in London and was very successful.1731 - With Thomas Prior Samuel Madden founded the Dublin Society and as well as ...


William_Henry_OConnell William Henry OConnell
Biography of William Henry OConnell: 1859 - Born on the 8th of December. 1881 - William Henry OConnell graduated in Jesuit Boston College. 1901 - William Henry OConnell was appointed as the Bishop of Portland, Maine. 1911 - William Henry OConnell became Boston's first Archbishop to become Cardinal (Cardinal-Priest of S. Clemente). 1914 - William ...


Thomas_Power_OConnor Thomas Power OConnor
Biography of Thomas Power OConnor: 1848 - Born on the 5th of October in Athlone, County Westmeath. 1867 - Thomas Power OConnor entered journalism as a junior reporter on Saunders Newsletter, a Dublin journal. 1870 - Thomas Power OConnor moved to London, and was appointed a sub-editor on the Daily Telegraph. 1880 - Thomas Power ...


Arthur_Guinness Arthur Guinness
Biography of Arthur Guinness: 1725 - Guinness was born in Celbridge, Co Kildare. Irish brewer and founder of Guinness brewing dynasty.1756 - Lease a brewery in Leixlip, Co Kildare.1759 - Arthur Guinness left this brewery in charge of a younger brother, and took over one at St James' Gate in Dublin.1761 - Arthur Guinness ...


John_Francis_Whelan John Francis Whelan
Biography of John Francis Whelan: 1900 - Born on February 22nd in Cork, County Cork, Ireland. The 20th-century Irish writer Sean O'Faolain is best known for his carefully crafted short stories about Ireland's lower and middle classes. John Francis Whelan often examined the decline of the nationalist struggle or the failings of Irish Roman Catholicism.1929 ...


John_Hume John Hume
Biography of John Hume: 1937 - Born in Londonderry on the 18th of January.1969 - Hume became an independent member of the Northern Ireland Parliament at the height of the civil rights campaign. 1971 - In October, John Hume joined four Westminster MPs in a 48-hour hunger strike to protest at the internment without ...


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