• M. C. Escher

    1898 - 1972

    M. C. Escher (1898 - 1972)

    One of the world’s greatest Artists,  Maurits Cornelis Escher was born in 1898 in Leeuwarden, Holland.  In his youth he enrolled in the School for Architecture and Decorative Arts in Haarlem.  He developed a knack for graphic art, as he had shown his drawings and linoleum cuts to his graphic teacher Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita, […]

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  • Ma Baker

    1873 - 1935

    Ma Baker (1873 - 1935)

    Born Arizona Clark, in Ash Grove, Missouri, she was known as “Arrie”. In 1892 she married George Barker, in Lawrence Co., MO. The couple had four boys, named Herman (1893-1927), Lloyd (1897-1949), Arthur (1899-1939) and Fred (1901-1935). It appears from the 1910 to 1930 censuses and the Tulsa City Directories from 1916 to 1928 that […]

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  • Ma Rainey

    1886 - 1939

    Ma Rainey (1886 - 1939)

    Pridgett claimed to have been born on April 26, 1886 (beginning with the 1910 census, taken April 25, 1910), in Columbus, Georgia. However, the 1900 census indicates she was born in September 1882 in Alabama, and researchers Bob Eagle and Eric LeBlanc suggest that her birthplace was in Russell County, Alabama. She was the second […]

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  • Mabel Adrienne Morrison Bennett

    1883 - 1940

    Mabel Adrienne Morrison Bennett (1883 - 1940)

    Actress. Mother of Constance, Barbara and Joan Bennett. Stage actress and daughter of Rose Wood and stage actor Lewis Morrison. In films from 1914 to 1917. Married to Richard Bennett from 1903 to 1925. Married Eric Pinker in 1927.  Family links:  Spouse:  Richard Bennett (1870 – 1944)*  Children:  Constance Bennett (1904 – 1965)*  Barbara Jane […]

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  • Mabel Adrienne Morrison Bennett

    1883 - 1940

    Mabel Adrienne Morrison Bennett (1883 - 1940)

    Actress. Mother of Constance, Barbara and Joan Bennett. Stage actress and daughter of Rose Wood and stage actor Lewis Morrison. In films from 1914 to 1917. Married to Richard Bennett from 1903 to 1925. Married Eric Pinker in 1927.  Family links:  Spouse:  Richard Bennett (1870 – 1944)*  Children:  Constance Bennett (1904 – 1965)*  Barbara Jane […]

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  • Mabel Ballin

    1887 - 1958

    Mabel Ballin (1887 - 1958)

    Actress. She started acting during World War I. Ballin played several roles and she was very popular at the time. Best remembered as ‘Jane Withersteenin’ in “Riders of the Purple Sage” (1925) with Tom Mix. (bio by: MC)

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  • Mabel Hackney

    1970 - 1914

    Mabel Hackney (1970 - 1914)

    Actress. The wife of stage actor Laurence Irving, she appeared on stage in the plays, “The Incubus” (1909), “The Affinity” (1910), and “The Three Daughters Of Monsieur Dupont” (1910). She died in the sinking of the “RMS Empress of Ireland” on May 29, 1914. (bio by: K)

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  • Mabel Ida Albertson

    1901 - 1982

    Mabel Ida Albertson (1901 - 1982)

    Actress.  Most remembered for her role as ‘Phyllis Stephens’ on the television situation comedy “Bewitched”, she had a career in entertainment that spanned from the 1920s to the 1970s. Some of her more notable motion picture roles were in the films “The Long, Hot Summer” (1958), “All The Fine Young Cannibals” (1961) “Barefoot in the […]

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  • Mabel Julienne Scott

    1892 - 1976

    Mabel Julienne Scott (1892 - 1976)

    Actress. Appeared in motion pictures the silent era (1910s and 1920s). Sister of actor William Scott. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Mabel Karr

    1934 - 2001

    Mabel Karr (1934 - 2001)

    Actress. Born in Buenos Aires,  Argentina,  she spent most of her career in Spain. Karr appeared in films such as “Las Chicas de la Cruz Roja” (1958), “El Día de los Enamorados” (1959), “Il Colosso di Rodi” (1961), “La Hora Incógnita” (1963), “Los Palomos” (1964), “Abuelo Made in Spain” (1969), “La Duda” (1972) and “La […]

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  • Mabel King

    1932 - 1999

    Mabel King (1932 - 1999)

    Mabel King      She started acting in the early seventies, her first movie appearance being Don’t Play Us Cheap in 1973 as a house guest. Estelle Rolle also appeared in the movie. She also played Evillene, the evil witch of the west, in both the movie and broadway versions of Diana Ross’ The Wiz. She […]

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  • Mabel L. Criss

    1881 - 1978

    Mabel L. Criss (1881 - 1978)

    Founder (with her husband) of Mutual of Omaha Insurance Companies. They are buried together in their family mausoleum.  Family links:  Spouse:  Clair C. Criss (1879 – 1952)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Mabel Lillian Rea

    1932 - 1968

    Mabel Lillian Rea (1932 - 1968)

    Actress. Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, she began her career as a Rockette dancer and made her film debut in “Bundle of Joy” (1956) followed by “The Unholy Wife” (1957). Her other credits included “Pal Joey” (1957), “The Joker Is Wild” (1957), “Sad Sack” (1957), “The Devil’s Hairpin” (1957), “Submarine Seahawk” (1958) and “The Girl […]

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  • Mabel Lillian Rea

    1932 - 1968

    Mabel Lillian Rea (1932 - 1968)

    Actress. Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, she began her career as a Rockette dancer and made her film debut in “Bundle of Joy” (1956) followed by “The Unholy Wife” (1957). Her other credits included “Pal Joey” (1957), “The Joker Is Wild” (1957), “Sad Sack” (1957), “The Devil’s Hairpin” (1957), “Submarine Seahawk” (1958) and “The Girl […]

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  • Mabel Normand

    1892 - 1930

    Mabel Normand (1892 - 1930)

    Born Mabel Ethelreid Normand in New Brighton, Staten Island, New York, she grew up in a working-class family. Normand’s mother was of Irish heritage, while her father was French Canadian. Her father, Claude Normand, was employed as a cabinet maker and stage carpenter at Sailors’ Snug Harbor home for elderly seamen. Before she entered films […]

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  • Mabel Normand

    1892 - 1930

    Mabel Normand (1892 - 1930)

    Actress. Born in Boston, Massachusetts as the youngest of three children. She received her formal education at St. Mary’s Convent in Westport in the southernmost part of the state. When Mabel entered her teen years, she along with her family moved to New York where she caught the acting bug. She already had a small […]

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  • Mabel Paige

    1880 - 1954

    Mabel Paige (1880 - 1954)

    Actress. Born in New York City, she began performing on stage at age 4 and was headlining in Broadway musicals by age 11. She made screen debut in “A Realistic Rehearsal” (1912), followed by “Back to the Farm” (1914). From 1914 to 1953, she appeared in over 50 films to include “Avenging Bill” (1915), “Eight […]

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  • Mabel Todd

    1907 - 1977

    Mabel Todd (1907 - 1977)

    Actress. Born Mabel Doss, she played in a numerous 1930s B-movie. Best remembered as ‘Dot Marshall’ in “Hollywood Hotel” and as ‘Dora Stanley’ in “Mystery of the White Room.” (bio by: MC)  Family links:  Spouse:  Morey Amsterdam (1908 – 1996)

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  • Mabel Trunnelle

    1879 - 1981

    Mabel Trunnelle (1879 - 1981)

    Actress. She began her career as a model for “Photoplay” magazine and was stage performer before entering films in the silent era. From 1909 to 1923, she was a very prominent star with Edison Films, Majestic Company and Vitagraph Pictures. With her husband actor Herbert Prior, she appeared in nearly 200 films to include “Nursing […]

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  • Mabel Van Buren

    1878 - 1947

    Mabel Van Buren (1878 - 1947)

    Actress. Born in Chicago, Illinois, she began her career as a theatrical performer playing the leading lady in both “The Virginian” and “The Squaw Man” (1909). A veteran of over 80 films, she made her screen debut in “Serious Sixteen” (1910). Among her credits are “The Probationer” (1913), “Elizabeth’s Prayer” (1914), “The Girl of the […]

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  • Macdonald Carey

    1913 - 1994

    Macdonald Carey (1913 - 1994)

    Born in Sioux City, Iowa, Carey graduated from the University of Iowa in Iowa City with a bachelor’s degree in 1935, after attending the University of Wisconsin–Madison for a year where he was a member of Alpha Delta Phi. He first made his career starring in various B-movies of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. He […]

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  • Machiko Hasegawa

    1920 - 1992

    Machiko Hasegawa (1920 - 1992)

    Cartoonist. Born in Taku, Japan, the daughter of a mining engineer. Her father died when she was 14, and the family moved to Tokyo where her mother enrolled her as a student to artist Suiho Tagawa, who was later called the grandfather of manga. With the coming of the Second World War, the family fled […]

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  • Machiko Soga

    1938 - 2006

    Machiko Soga (1938 - 2006)

    Actress. Best known for her role as the villainess ‘Rita Repulsa’ on the “Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers,” and Queen Hedrian in the “Solar Task Force.” She also appeared on the “Electronic Task Force” TV series. Her career began in the 1960s with an appearance in “Samaritan Zatoichi.” She was also a prolific voice actress and […]

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  • Mack Gordon

    1904 - 1959

    Mack Gordon (1904 - 1959)

    Mack Gordon (born Morris Gittler, June 21, 1904 – February 28, 1959) was an American composer and lyricist of songs for the stage and film. He was nominated for the best original song Oscar nine times in eleven years, including five consecutive years between 1940 and 1944, and won the award once, for “You’ll Never […]

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  • Mack Gray

    1910 - 1981

    Mack Gray (1910 - 1981)

    American motion picture actor of the 1920s to the 1970s. Appeared in the 1941 Frank Capra classic “Meet John Doe” among many other popular films. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Mack Ray Edwards

    2017 - 1971

    Mack Ray Edwards (2017 - 1971)

    Mack Ray Edwards was born in Arkansas. He moved to Los Angeles County in 1941. As a heavy equipment operator contracted by Caltrans, he worked on freeways. The body of one of his victims was found underneath the Santa Ana Freeway, and he claimed to have disposed another of his victims under the Ventura Freeway. […]

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  • Maclyn Arbuckle

    1866 - 1931

    Maclyn Arbuckle (1866 - 1931)

    Actor. Arbuckle was a cousin of actor/comedian Roscoe ‘Fatty’ Arbuckle, and brother of actor Andrew Arbuckle. He appeared in the films, “The Gilded Highway” (1926), “Lure Of The Track” (1925), “The Old Gang Of Mine” (1925), “The Thoroughbred” (1925), “Janice Meredith” (1924), “Yolanda” (1924), “Broadway Broke” (1924), “Squire Phin” (1922), “Mr. Bingle” (1922), “The Young […]

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  • Macon Bolling Allen

    1816 - 1894

    Macon Bolling Allen (1816 - 1894)

    Judicial Figure. He was the first African-American in United States history to received a law degree and to receive a judgeship. Born in Indiana as a freeman, he was self taught, and ultimately becoming a school teacher in Indiana where he taught for five years. In the late 1830’s he elected to move to Portland, […]

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  • Macon McCalman

    1932 - 2005

    Macon McCalman (1932 - 2005)

    Nicknamed “Sonny, McCalman helped form the Front Street Theatre in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. During the Korean War, he served in the U.S. Army.[citation needed] Over the course of his acting career McCalman appeared in various film and TV guest roles, usually in supporting parts, both dramatic and comedic often as heavies and authoritarian […]

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  • Madalynne Field

    1907 - 1974

    Madalynne Field (1907 - 1974)

    Actress. Born in Michigan, she began her career performing in silent short reels for director Mack Sennett’s Keystone Studios and appeared in her first film “Bathing Beauties” in the 1920s. Among her credits are “The Girl From Everywhere” (1927), “The Campus Carmen” (1928), “The Girl From Nowhere” (1928), “Run, Girl, Run” (1928) and “Paris Interlude” […]

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