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  • Tyler Drumheller: Born: 1952-04-12 - Died: 2015-08-02
    Tyler Drumheller was a top spy with the CIA and the division chief for the Directorate of Operations (DO) – for clandestine operations in Europe. He is best known for exposing U.S. reliance on discredited sources used to make the case for the war in Iraq.
    James L. White: Born: NA-NA-NA - Died: 2015-07-23
    James L. White was a screenwriter best known for writing the 2004 film Ray as well as Empress of the Blues and an untitled Dinah Washington biopic. He had received special recognition at the 25th Annual Tree of Life awards for outstanding screen writing for Ray. According to a report from Deadline, White’s attorney said […]
    Mary Ellen Trainor: Born: 1952-07-08 - Died: 2015-05-20
    Mary Ellen Trainor was an actress well-known for roles in a variety of 80s movies including Romancing the Stone, The Goonies, Lethal Weapon (and its sequels), The Monster Squad, Action Jackson, Die Hard, Scrooged, Ghostbusters II, and Back to the Future 2, among other things. One of her most iconic roles was that of the […]
    Bob Hastings: Born: 1925-04-18 - Died: 2014-06-30
    Bob Hastings was an actor who appeared in films, on television, and on radio. Including voice acting (which he did a lot of), Hastings has over 150 acting credits to his name. He’s probably best known, however, for his portrayal of Lt. Elroy Carpenter on McHale’s Navy.
    Gerard Mortier: Born: 1943-11-25 - Died: 2014-03-08
    Gerard Mortier was an Opera director famous for leading opera companies such as the Opera National de Paris and the Teatro Real. He was known for both his outspokenness and for taking on risky projects.
    Roger Lloyd-Pack: Born: 1944-02-08 - Died: 2014-01-15
    Roger Lloyd-Pack was an English actor known for both film and television work. He had over 100 acting credits in his nearly 50-year career. He was best known for his work on the TV shows Only Fools and Horses, The Vicar of Dibley, and The Old Guys, and he also played Barty Crouch in the […]
    Ray Price: Born: 1926-01-12 - Died: 2013-12-16
    Ray Price, 87, was a famous country singer. Price got his start in the 1950s with a number of hits, including Talk to your Heart and Crazy Arms. From the 60s onwards, he saw renewed popularity as he introduced the “Nashville sound” into his recordings and released a few more hit tracks, like She’s Got […]
    Don James: Born: 1932-12-31 - Died: 2013-10-20
    Don James was best known as the longtime head coach for the University of Washington football team. James coached the Huskies for 18 seasons, winning four Rose Bowls, one for the NCAA National Championship during the team’s undefeated 1991 season. Before taking on the coaching role at Washington, James coached for a variety of college […]
    John Galardi: Born: 1938 - Died: 2013-04-14
    John Galardi, 75, was the founder of Wienerschnitzel, The Original Hamburger Stand and Tastee Freez. Galardi got his start in the fast food business working at Taco Tia under Taco Bell founder Glen Bell. During that time, he got the idea to offer something unique in the world of fast food – a hot dog […]
    Bonnie Franklin: Born: 1944-01-06 - Died: 2013-03-01
    Bonnie Franklin, 69, was a famous television actress best known for her leading role in One Day At A Time. She got her start in television at the age of 9 in The Colgate Comedy Hour. From there, she worked in television and broadway regularly until her defining role as Ann Romano in One Day […]