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  • Diane Disney Miller: Born: 1933-12-18 - Died: 2013-11-19
    Diane Disney Miller was the only biological daughter of Walt Disney and his wife, Lillian Bounds Disney. Her husband Ron W. Miller was CEO of The Walt Disney Company until 1984. Diane Disney Miller was one of the driving forces behind the opening on the Walt Disney Concert Hall, a project that faced a plethora [...]
    Shirley Mitchell: Born: 1919-11-4 - Died: 2013-11-11
    Shirley Mitchell, 94, was an American actress best known for her role as Marion Strong in I Love Lucy. Throughout her career, she also had prominent roles in The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Beverly Hillbillies and Petticoat Junction.
    Marcella Hazan: Born: 1924-04-15 - Died: 2013-09-29
    Marcella Hazan was an Italian author famous for her English-language cookbooks, including the The Classic Italian Cook Book: The Art of Italian Cooking and the Italian Art of Eating. Hazan became known as an expert in Italian cooking and won numerous awards for her cookbooks.
    Terrie Hall: Born: 1960 - Died: 2013-09-16
    Terrie Hall, 53, was a famous anti-smoking advocate who suffered from cancer after years of tobacco use. Hall began smoking at the age of 17 when she was a high school cheerleader, and the habit continued even after she was diagnosed with cancer. She turned to activism in 2006, however, after she had her voice [...]
    Julie Harris: Born: 1925-12-02 - Died: 2013-08-24
    Julie Harris was an actress with roles on television, in films, and on stage. Over her career, Harris won five Tony Awards, three Emmy Awards, and a Grammy Award. She’s also a National Medal of Arts winner. Although she has over 60 TV credits and over 30 films credits, it’s Broadway for which Harris will [...]
    Gia Allemand: Born: Unknown - Died: 2013-08-14
    Gia Allemand was a model and reality TV star. She was a contestant on the 14th season of reality show The Bachelor and also appeared on the reality/game show Bachelor Pad.
    Karen Black: Born: 1939-07-01 - Died: 2013-08-08
    Karen Black was an American actress best known for her roles in Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, The Great Gatsby, and Nashville. But Black was quite prolific – with nearly 200 film and television credits to her name.
    Margaret Pellegrini: Born: 1923-09-23 - Died: 2013-08-07
    Margaret Pellegrini was an actress best known for her role in The Wizard of Oz as the “flowerpot munchkin”. She also played the “Sleepyhead” character in the film, and had a role in Johnny Got His Gun. She was uncredited in both films.
    Eileen Brennan: Born: 1932-09-03 - Died: 2013-07-28
    Eileen Brennan, 80, was a famous actress best known for her role in Private Benjamin. In fact, she was even nominated for an Oscar in 1981 for her role as Doreen Lewis. She continued to play the character in three seasons of CBS’ adaptation of the series. Her television career was more successful as she [...]
    Helen Thomas: Born: 1920-08-04 - Died: 2013-07-20
    Helen Thomas was a journalist most well-known for her White House reporting as a member of the White House press corps. She worked for the United Press and UPI for 57 years, and was a columnist for Hearst newspapers from 2000-2010. During her career, Thomas covered eleven U.S. presidential administrations from Eisenhower to Obama.