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  • Dave Madden: Born: 17-12-1931 - Died: 16-01-2014
    Dave Madden was a Canadian-American actor who rose to fame on the ’70s sitcom “The Partridge Family” as the band’s manager, Reuben Kincaid. He passed away at the age of 82 after a long illness of congestive heart and kidney failure.
    Raul Julia: Born: 1940-03-09 - Died: 1994-10-24
    Raúl Rafael Juliá y Arcelay (more commonly known as Raul Julia) was a Puerto Rican Actor who appeared in a number of American films. Notable films included Tequila Sunrise, Presumed Innocent, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Mack the Knife, the Adams Family, and Addams Family values. His last film before the aforementioned Down Came the Blackbird, […]
    Donald Pleasence: Born: 1919-10-05 - Died: 1995-02-02
    Pleasence was well-known as the James Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld from “You Only Live Twice”, a character that is the obvious inspiration for Mike Myer’s Austin Powers villain Dr. Evil, but Pleasence is probably even more well-known for his ties to a different Mike Myers. <br><br> That would of course be Michael Myers of […]
    Sid Caesar: Born: 1922-09-08 - Died: 2014-02-12
    Sid Caesar was a comedian and actor most well-known for the shows Your Show of Shows and Caesar’s Hour, and as Coach Calhoun in Grease. Caesar won two Emmy wards and was nominated for eight others.
    Vlad III the Impaler: Born: 1431-11-14 - Died: 1476-12-??
    Vlad III the Impaler also known as Vlad Vlad Ţepeş, Vlad Dracula, and Dracula was the Prince of Wallachia reigning in 1448, from 1456-1462, and 1476. His reign was a reign of terror according to many legends. He is said to have tortured and impaled thousands of men, women, and children on stakes. Many of […]
    Stevie Ray Vaughan: Born: 1954-10-03 - Died: 1990-08-27
    Stevie Ray Vaughan is considered by  many to be one of the greatest guitar players who ever lived. He played a brand of blues-rock that is often imitated, and Vaughan’s songs still get heavy radio airplay to this day. He battled drug and alcohol problems, but as many rock stars would meet their demise from […]
    Albert Fish: Born: 1870-05-19 - Died: 1936-01-16
    Albert Fish is widely considered one of America’s most perverse and notorious serial killers, perhaps even more vile than Jeffrey Dahmer, being how Fish focused primarily on young children. He was a sexual predator, a sado-masochist, a torturer, and a cannibal who killed at least five children, though he claimed to either have molested or […]
    Dino Bravo: Born: 1949-08-06 - Died: 1993-03-11
    Bravo was an Italian-born Canadian wrestler and self proclaimed “World’s Strongest Man”. His wrestling name “Dino Bravo” came from a tag team from the early 1960’s. Bravo began his wrestling career in 1970, and was trained by Gino Brito, and often worked as part of a tag team with his teacher. By the late 1970’s […]
    Ralph Waite: Born: 1928-06-22 - Died: 2014-02-13
    Ralph Waite was an actor best known for his role as John Walton on TV’s The Waltons in the 70s. He is also known for his role as Slater in Roots.
    Anne Pressly: Born: 1982-01-01 - Died: 2008-10-25
    Pressly was news anchor for KATV Channel 7 in Little Rock, Arkansas. She had worked at the station since May 2004. She also had a small part in the Oliver Stone movie W. where she played Ann Coulter.