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  • Mario Machado: Born: 1935-04-22 - Died: 2013-05-04
    Mario Machado was a broadcast reporter in the Los Angeles area. He was also known for playing a reporter in movies such as RoboCop, Brian’s Song, Rocky III, and Scarface.
    A.B.C. Whipple: Born: 1918-06-15 - Died: 2013-03-17
    Addison Beecher Colvin Whipple is an author and historian who was once an executive editor at Time-Life Books. He is best-known for convincing President Franklin D. Roosevelt to allow the publishing of a World War II photo of dead U.S. soldiers.
    Lou Myers: Born: 1935-09-26 - Died: 2013-02-19
    Lou Myers, 77, was an American actor well known for his role in A Different World as Vernon Gaines. Myers got his first break as an actor as an understudy in a Broadway play. From there, he starred in a number of films and TV shows. His last film was Kings of the Evening.
    Zig Ziglar: Born: 1926-11-06 - Died: 2012-11-28
    Zig Ziglar (born as Hilary Hinton Ziglar) was a well-known motivational speaker and book author from Gary, Indiana. Ziglar was mostly known for his motivational speeches and seminars at sports arenas. Ziglar also published various books, such as: Zig Ziglar’s Secrets of Closing the Sale (1982), Top Performance: How to Develop Excellence in Yourself and […]
    Gore Vidal: Born: 1925-10-13 - Died: 2012-07-31
    Gore Vidal (born as Eugene Luther Gore Vidal) was a well-known political activist, playwright, and novelist from West Point in New York, NY. Gore Vidal was mostly known for his fiction/non-fiction essays and political writings. Gore Vidal began his writing career at the age of 19 in 1946 with his first fiction novel titled Williwaw, […]
    John Finnegan: Born: 1926-08-18 - Died: 2012-07-29
    John Finnegan (also known as “J.P. Finnegan”) was a well-known character actor from New York, NY. Mostly known for his various character roles in the crime drama Columbo, Finnegan also held other various roles in big-production movies, such as: An American Tail, The Natural, and Mars Attacks, and Last Action Hero. Finnegan also held minor […]
    Harry Morgan: Born: 1915-04-10 - Died: 2011-12-07
    Morgan was an actor who is probably best known for his roles of Colonel Sherman T. Potter on the hit television show M*A*S*H, and Detective Bill Gannon on Dragnet. As well as television, Morgan also appeared in over 100 films.
    Sue Mengers: Born: 1932-09-02 - Died: 2011-10-15
    Mengers was a talent agent to some of the most important members members of the ‘New Hollywood’ generation of actors and filmmakers in the 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s. Some of her clients included: Candice Bergen, Peter Bogdanovich, Michael Caine, Dyan Cannon, Cher, Joan Collins, Brian De Palma, Faye Dunaway, Bob Fosse, Gene Hackman, Sidney […]
    Frances Bay: Born: 1919-01-23 - Died: 2011-09-15
    Frances Bay was an actress probably best known for playing Adam Sandler’s grandma in the film “Happy Gilmore”. In fact, when she passed away, this even appeared in the headlines. Bay was also well known for her role on the hit television series Seinfeld, as the old lady who Jerry Seinfeld stole a marble rye […]
    Len Lesser: Born: 1922-12-03 - Died: 2011-02-16
    Len Lesser is a famous American character actor who had been in the acting business since the 1950’s. He didn’t reach widespread notoriety until the 90’s on the hit show, Seinfeld. He played the recurring characted, Uncle Leo.