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Gilda Radner Biography

Radner wedded fellow comic Gene Wilder, whom she met on the set of the movie Hanky Panky. She died of ovarian cancer in 1989. Best known her over the top characters on Saturday Night Live, comic and actress Gilda Susan Radner was born on June 28, 1946, in Detroit, Michigan. ...

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Craig Robinson Biography

In 2005, he was cast as Darryl Philbin to the American variant of The Office. Robinson has appeared on several further shows, and has starred in such comedic movies as Hot Tub Time Machine and Pineapple Express. His dad was an attorney and his mom was a music teacher. Raised ...

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“Pistol Pete” Rollock Biography

Tied as a son to Mr. Untouchable, heroin kingpin Nicky Barnes, Peter Rollock (also spelled “Rollack”) came up in the match, growing up in the Soundview jobs of the Bronx. He and his underlings incorporated the organization in an attempt to launder the drug money, and enlarged their operations outside ...

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J. Edgar Hoover Biography

Produced on January 1, 1895, in Washington, D.C., J. Edgar Hoover was the longtime manager of the FBI (1924 1972) and spent much of his livelihood collecting intelligence on extreme groups and people and “subversives,” Martin Luther King Jr. being one of his favourite goals. Manager of the Federal Bureau ...

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Jeffrey Skilling Biography

Jeffrey Skilling, produced on November 25, 1953, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, earned his MBA from Harvard before dealing together with the company McKinsey. He joined the staff of the power firm Enron in 1990 and in several years would become chief operating officer after which CEO, working with Kenneth Lay. Both ...

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Donald Sterling Biography

Donald Sterling was produced Donald Tokowitz on April 26, 1934, in Chicago. After graduating from law school, Sterling started purchasing Southern California property, and his buy and hold strategy made him with big swaths through the region. In 1981, he purchased the San Diego Clippers, moving large swaths to Los ...

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The Edge Biography

David Evans, afterwards known as the Edge, was created in East London in 1961. In 1980, the group released its first record, Boy , immediately followed by October and War. With each record, the group gained more fans and much more popularity, and with their 1987 release, The Joshua Tree ...

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Stephen Marley Biography

Stephen formed the group Melody Makers with his sibs Sharon, Cedella and Ziggy before the group’s name changed to Ziggy Marley as well as the Music Makers. The musical Marley family has discovered success in the music business, with Stephen having won five Grammys for his work. Vocalist, songwriter, musician ...

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Sara Bareilles Biography

Produced on December 7, 1979, in Eureka, California, Sara Bareilles is a singer songwriter and pianist known for the hit “Love Song,”off the record Little Voice (2007). The song sold more than THREE million copies and garnered two Grammy Award nominations for the musician. In 2011, Bareilles was added as ...

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