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George Orwell Biography

The pseudonym George was a man of strong views who addressed a number of the most important political movements of his times, including imperialism, fascism and communism. His dad stayed behind in India and seldom visited. (His father’s sister, Avril, was created in 1908.) Orwell did not actually understand his ...

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Kenneth Grahame Biography

He worked in the Bank of England while composing in his time, authoring several publications before reaching success with The Wind in the Willows in 1908. When Kenneth was just a year old, his father accepted a place as the sheriff of Argyll, prompting the household to relocate. Soon after ...

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Ryan Lewis Biography

After he befriended the rapper Macklemore via Myspace, the two teamed up and afterwards went on to have tremendous success by using their debut record, The Heist, as well as the singles “Thrift Shop” and “Can Not Hold Us,” with millions of copies sold. Lewis is noticed for the act’s ...

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Norman Lear Biography

Norman Lear was born in New Haven, Connecticut on July 27, 1922. Norman dropped out of Emerson College to join up with the U.S. Army Air Force during World War II. Norman left the Army in 1945 and started composing comedy, which finally transformed into screenwriting and producing for television ...

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Sherwood Schwartz Biography

He expired on July 12, 2011, at 94. He got his start in 1939, employed as a writer on Bob Hope’s radio show. During World War II, Schwartz served in the U.S. Army and composed for the Armed Forces Radio Service. While the theory for Gilligan’s Island could happen to ...

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Tyga Biography

Produced on November 19, 1989, in Compton, California, Michael Stevenson began his music career by creating tunes and posting them online, and after making mixtapes. After speaking to his cousin, Travis McCoy of the group Gym Class Heroes, about his favourite performers, Stevenson went on tour together with the group, ...

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