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Michelle Pfeiffer

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Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history. [1995] Replaced Annette Bening as Catwoman in Batman Returns (1992). Does her own ...

Queen Latifah

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Latifah started her career beatboxing for the rap group Ladies Fresh.[3] Latifah was one of the members of the original version of the Flavor Unit, ...

Nancy Travis

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During the 1990s, Travis starred in several films, including the police drama Internal Affairs with Richard Gere and the Mike Myers comedy So I Married ...

Otis Redding

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Legendary soul singer whose death at age 26 ended a career just as it was about to blossom. In 1962, Redding, a former choir member, ...

Sharon Stone

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Sharon Stone was born and raised in Meadville, a small town in Pennsylvania. Her strict father was a factory worker and her mother was a ...

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John_von_Neumann John von Neumann
Biography of John von Neumann: 1903 - Born onn the 28th of December in Budapest, Austria Hungary.1911 - John von Neumann entered the Lutheran Gymnasium in Budapest.1913 - His father purchased a title, and the Neumann family acquired the Hungarian mark of nobility Margittai, or the Austrian equivalent von.1926-  His mother, and his brothers emigrated ...


Garfield_Bromley_Oxnam Garfield Bromley Oxnam
Biography of Garfield Bromley Oxnam: US Methodist bishop and educator president of DePauw University 1928-1936 ...


Earl_Simmons Earl Simmons
Biography of Earl Simmons: 1970 - Born on the 18th of December in Mount Vernon, New York.1993 - Earl Simmons released a song titled "Born Loser" on Columbia Records.1999 - Married Tashera Simmons and they had four children.2002 - Co-wrote "E.A.R.L.: The Autobiography of DMX" with Smokey D. Fontaine.2003 - Announced that he's retiring ...


Dame_Julie_Andrews Dame Julie Andrews
Biography of Dame Julie Andrews: 1935 - Born in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England on the 1st of October.1945 - Andrews performed spontaneously and unbilled on stage with her parents for about two years beginning.1947 - Andrews made her professional solo debut at the London Hippodrome singing the difficult "Je Suis Titania" aria from Mignon as part ...


Ellison_DuRant_Smith Ellison DuRant Smith
Biography of Ellison DuRant Smith: US farmer and politician ...


Jokichi_Takamine Jokichi Takamine
Biography of Jokichi Takamine: Japanese biochemist and industrial chemist in US immigrated to US 1890 isolated adrenaline 1901 ...


Alan_Sillitoe Alan Sillitoe
Biography of Alan Sillitoe: 1928 - Alan Sillitoe, born on the 4th of March in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. Alan Sillitoe is an English writer.1946 - Joining the Royal Air Force, Alan Sillitoe was then posted to Malaya where Alan Sillitoe contracted Tuberculosis.1949 - Whilst hospitalised for treatment, Alan Sillitoe developed a taste for reading ...


Henry_Thomas_Buckle Henry Thomas Buckle
Biography of Henry Thomas Buckle: 1821 - Henry Thomas Buckle was born at Lee in Kent on the 24th of November.1840-1844 - Henry Thomas Buckle travelled with his mother on the continent.         - Henry Thomas Buckle had by then resolved to direct all his reading and to devote all his energies to the preparation ...


Herbert_Bayer Herbert Bayer
Biography of Herbert Bayer: 1900 - Herbert Bayer was born is an Austrian graphic designer, painter, architect, and photographer. Became interested in Walter Gropius's Bauhaus manifesto. Studied for four years at the Bauhaus under such teachers as Wassily Kandinsky and László Moholy-Nagy. Gropius appointed Bayer as Director of printing and advertising. 1927 - Developed a crisp visual style ...


George_Logan George Logan
Biography of George Logan: US diplomat, physician, and politician visited France on own initiative 1798-1799 in attempt to negotiate normalization of US-French diplomatic relations after XYZ Affair, prompting Congress to pass Logan Act 1799 banning private diplomacy without authorization of US government Senator from Pennsylvania 1801-1809 ...