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  • Pat Summerall: Born: 1930-05-10 - Died: 2013-04-16
    Pat Summerall, 82, was a sportscaster famous for working with Tom Brookshier and John Madden on NFL telecasts. Summerall began his career in football with the University of Arkansas, and then moved to the NFL as a placekicker for the Detroit Lions. He was hired by CBS Sports in 1962 as an NFL commentar. He [...]
    Soraya Jimenez: Born: 1977-08-05 - Died: 2013-03-28
    Soraya Jimenez was a Mexican weightlifter, famous for winning a gold medal at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. Jimenez won her medal in the women’s 58 kg category.
    Henry Bromell: Born: 1947-09-19 - Died: 2013-03-18
    Henry Bromell was an author, screenwriter and director who worked on a number of popular television shows. He wrote and produced episodes of Chicago Hope, Northern Exposure, Homicide: Life on the Street, Brotherhood, Carnivàle, and Rubicon. He was Executive Producer of the Showtime series Homeland during the time of his death. He wrote four episodes [...]
    Ken Clark: Born: 1966-06-17 - Died: 2013-02-16
    Ken Clark, 46, was one of all the all-time rushers for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. During his three years of playing for Nebraska, he rushed for a total of 3,037 yards. He was ranked seventh in all-time rushing as of 2012. He was drafted into the Indianapolis Colts, and played with the team from 1990 to [...]
    Jessie “Jet Set” Hudson: Born: Unknown - Died: 2012-12-14
    Jessie “Jet Set” Hudson was an actor who collaborated on viral videos and appeared in several episodes of “Workaholics”. His last project was a short titled “No Beers For Bradley”; it is currently in post-production.
    Michael O’Hare: Born: 1952-05-06 - Died: 2012-09-28
    Michael O’Hare (born: Robert Michael O’Hare) was a well-known television actor from Chicago, Illinois. He is mostly known for playing “Commander Jeffrey Sinclair” in the science fiction telvision show Babylon 5. Along with his involvement with Babylon 5, O’Hare was also involved in various Broadway plays, including the stage version of A Few Good Men. [...]
    Stephen Dunham: Born: 1964-09-14 - Died: 2012-09-14
    Stephen Dunham (born: Stephen Dunham Bowers) was a well-known television and movie actor from Boston, Massachusetts. Dunham was mostly known for his character of Edward Pillows in DAG television series. Apart from his role in DAG, Dunham also portrayed characters in supporting roles in various television series, such as: The Chronicle, Just Shoot Me, What [...]
    Sage Stallone: Born: 1976-05-05 - Died: 2012-07-13
    Sage Moonblood Stallone was the son of well-known actor Sylvester “Sly” Stallone (known for the Rocky movies). Like his father, Sage was actively involved in the entertainment industry as an actor, director, producer, and writer. Along with his appearance with his father in Rocky V, Sage was also in various other productions, such as: The [...]
    Jim Paratore: Born: 1954-01-01 - Died: 2012-05-29
    Paratore was the founder of TMZ, and executive producer of “TMZ on TV”. He also produced other shows such as: “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”, “The Bonnie Hunt Show” and “Lopez Tonight”.
    Carl Beane: Born: 1952-09-18 - Died: 2012-05-09
    Carl Beane has been a sports broadcaster since 1972, well known for his role as a public announcer for the Boston Red Sox baseball team (since 2003). Through his broadcasting career, Beane has also been involved with ESPN Radio, Sirius (Satellite Radio), Westwood One, and the Associated Press. Beane also had a minor teaching career [...]