Shirley Temple Biography

When her performance of the tune “On a Good Ship Lollipop” became well-known in the 1930s, she earned a special Academy Award. She expired on February 10, 2014, at age 85, in California. Shirley Jane Temple was born into a banker as well as a housewife with two old kids, ...

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Shirley Manson Biography

Produced on August 26, 1966, in Edinburgh, Scotland, Shirley Manson is famous for her work as the lead vocalist of the alternative rock group Garbage. In 1995, Garbage released its self-titled debut record, which went double platinum due to hits like “Only Happy When It Rains,” “Stupid Girl” and “Vow.” ...

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Shirley Jones Biography

and The Music Man. She won an Academy Award for her part in the 1960 movie Elmer Gantry. She was the only child born to Marjorie and Paul Jones, a beer maker. At an early age, Marjorie Jones understood that her daughter had a natural gift for singing. Shirley Jones ...

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Shawn Stockman Biography

Shawn Stockman was born on September 26, 1972, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and afterwards became well-known in his city and world-wide as an associate of the all-male ensemble Boyz II Men. This Grammy Award-winning quartet dominated the charts, particularly in the late 1980s and early ’90s, with ballads, R&B tunes and ...

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Shaun White Biography

Produced in San Diego, California, on September 3, 1986, Shaun White had two cardiac operations prior to the age of 5 due to some congenital heart defect. He started skateboarding after following his older brother to the nearby YMCA, and took up snowboarding in the age of 6. Known as ...

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Seth Meyers Biography

Produced on December 28, 1973, in Bedford, New Hampshire, Seth Meyers worked as a global performer before getting a spot on Saturday Night Live in 2001. He finally became the show’s head writer and an anchorman for the popular “Weekend Update” news section. The fledgling performer attended Northwestern University, graduating ...

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Selena Biography

In 1995, she was killed by the creator of her fan club. Her last record, Dreaming of You, was released posthumously in 1995. Selena was considered the “Queen of Tejano,” a form of Mexican music that included other designs, including state. She was also occasionally called the “Mexican Madonna” for ...

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Sean Hayes Biography

Produced June 26, 1970, in Chicago, Illinois, Sean Hayes is an acclaimed performer and producer that has helped pave the way for more outstanding gay characters on prime time TV. In 2013, he returned to the little display in a lead character, starring in Sean Saves the World. He was ...

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Sean Connery Biography

In the 1950s, he was cast in numerous movies and television programs. In the early 1960s, he got the lead character of James Bond in Dr. No. He continued to work consistently in picture then, as well as in 1987, won an Academy Award. The son of Joe, a truck ...

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Scottie Pippen Biography

A walkon in the University of Central Arkansas, Pippen became one of college basketball’s greatest players and was picked fifth overall in the 1987 NBA draft. The youngest of Preston and Ethel Pippen’s 12 kids, Scottie played both football and basketball as a young lad. During his senior year at ...

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