Scott Hamilton Biography

Produced on August 28, 1958 in Toledo, Ohio, Scott Hamilton pursued figure skating as a kid, going to win 15 straight tournaments and winning Olympic gold in 1984. Upon turning professional, he began the touring show Stars on Ice and worked as a skating commentator for television. An writer at ...

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Robert Todd Lincoln Biography

Produced on August 1, 1843, in Springfield, Illinois, Robert Todd Lincoln was the firstborn son of President Abraham Lincoln, as well as the single one of Lincoln’s four kids to live to maturity. Following his father’s assassination, Lincoln was employed as legal counsel, secretary of war and minister to Great ...

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William Seward Biography

William Henry Seward was born on May 16, 1801, in Florida, Ny. He served as a Ny senator from 1830 to 1834, New York governor from 1839 to 1842, and a U.S. senator from 1849 to 1861. He went to serve as the country’s secretary of state from 1861 to ...

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Michael McCary Biography

He and his classmates formed the Grammy Award winning group Boyz II Men. McCary’s baritone voice consistently stood out on the boy band’s ballads, dance hits and R&B grooves. The vocalist chosen to leave Boyz II Men in 2003 due to issues coming from scoliosis. Lately, he is turned down ...

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Ethel Rosenberg Biography

Born in 1915 in Nyc, Ethel Rosenberg went to Seward High School. Rosenberg became involved in a workers’ union there and shortly became a supporter of the Communist Party. In 1939, she married Julius Rosenberg. Soon after his arrest in 1950, Ethel was brought into detention as a coconspirator in ...

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Kim Jong-un Biography

Kim Jong-un’s Secret Life (TV14; 1:19) Kim Jong-un’s whole life has been shrouded in mystery since his arrival. Plus among many questions surrounding his life was the identity of a girl who followed him in 2012. A lot of the first life of Kim Jong-un is unknown to Western media. ...

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Alma Reville Biography

Her first job was employed as a tea girl in a motion picture studio, where she quickly rose through the ranks. In 1926, she married Alfred Hitchcock and became known as “Lady Hitchcock,” thanks mainly to her unwavering support of her husband above their life together. “Among those many individuals ...

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Louis Leakey Biography

Louis Leakey was born on August 7, 1903, in Kenya, and, with wife Mary Leakey, created an excavation site at Olduvai Gorge to find fossils. Leakey, an enthusiastic lecturer and writer who also worked in primatology, expired on October 1, 1972. In 1921, he travelled to England to be taught in ...

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E.D. Nixon Biography

He was crucial in bailing Rosa Parks from jail and placing her case to start the Montgomery Bus Boycott, recruiting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as well. Nixon expired on February 25, 1987. His mom died when Nixon was a son, and he afterwards lived in Montgomery during his teens. Nixon ...

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Fred Gray Biography

Produced on December 14, 1930, in Montgomery, Alabama, Fred Gray studied law at Case Western before defending both Claudette Colvin and Rosa Parks in the search to desegregate his house city’s bus lines, after becoming a crucial figure in African American voting rights and school integration. He also filed suit ...

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