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Peter Greene Biography

Greene started playing in his twenties, getting several lead characters before appearing as Zed in Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 film Pulp Fiction. He’s since appeared in several television shows and films, including The Mask and Judgment Night, regularly playing troubled or sadistic characters. His surname at birth was spelled Green—without the ...

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Freema Agyeman Biography

Produced in London, England, on March 20, 1979, Freema Agyeman wasn’t thinking about playing until her late teens. After several little guest television characters, she got her big break playing Lola Wise to the most popular UK soap opera Crossroads. She was later cast as Martha Jones, the very first ...

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Lisette Lee Biography

Infamous Beverly Hills gangster Lisette Lee, also called the “Weed Princess of Beverly Hills,” lived a cryptic life of privilege and extravagance—and falsely asserted to be an heiress to the Samsung corporation—until her arrest for drug trafficking in 2010. In a young age, Lee moved from South Korea to Beverly ...

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Chris Benoit Biography

Benoit won his first title in 2000 and proceeded then from league to league, having important success. It had been decided that Benoit had killed his family and then himself for reasons still uncertain. Before learning to be a pro wrestler, Benoit was an amateur wrestler and bodybuilder. He got ...

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Barry Mills Biography

Barry “The Baron” Mills found his calling as the leader of the white supremacist prison gang the Aryan Brotherhood. He’s allegedly responsible for at least 14 homicides that happened within the course of almost two decades, though he is been in prison for the majority of his life. He was ...

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Reeve Carney Biography

Produced in New York in 1983, Reeve Carney began his professional music career around age 15, playing guitar at B.B. King’s club in Los Angeles, California. Shortly, he began his own group, Carney, with brother Zane. Carney released its first full length record in 2010, the exact same year the ...

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William Findley Biography

Throughout his political career, Findley supported democratic principles like free speech and direct elections. Findley expired on April 5, 1821, in Unity Township, Pennsylvania. William Findley was born in the state of Ulster in northern Ireland, in either 1741 or 1742. Then he worked as a teacher. Findley fought for ...

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Chico Marx Biography

It had been his knowledgeable dealing, nevertheless, that procured his brothers’ riches. Paradoxically, his own riches was illusive as a result of his lifelong gaming habit and penchant for pursuing girls, from whence he got his nickname. Chico Marx was born Leonard Marx in Nyc on March 22, 1887, the ...

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Zeppo Marx Biography

The youngest and most attractive of the Marx Brothers, Zeppo Marx played the part of straight man and youthful romantic figure, so his comedic abilities regularly went underappreciated. He left the well-known comedic troupe after just six movies, but went to hold a large number of occupations. His abilities and ...

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John Major Biography

He climbed through the ranks and was elected party leader after Margaret Thatcher’s resignation in 1990, thereby becoming prime minister. The youngest of three, Major moved along with his family from a house in Worcester Park to two rooms in Brixton after his dad lost his savings as a result ...

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