• T. Nash Buckingham

    1880 - 1971

    T. Nash Buckingham (1880 - 1971)

    Sportsman, Author. Born in Memphis, he was an athlete, noted sportsman, field trial judge, pioneering conservationist, accomplished raconteur, and author. His books include “De Shootinest Gent’man and Other Tales” (1934), “Mark Right! Tales of Shooting and Fishing” (1936), “Ole Miss’” (1937), “Blood Lines, Tales of Shooting and Fishing” (1938), “Tattered Coat” (1944), “Game Bag, Tales […]

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  • T. Roy Barnes

    1880 - 1937

    T. Roy Barnes (1880 - 1937)

    Actor. British-born film figure of the 1920s and 1930s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Tab Thacker

    1962 - 2007

    Tab Thacker (1962 - 2007)

    Talmadge Layne “Tab” Thacker (10 March 1962 – 28 December 2007), was a former NCAA wrestler and actor. While at North Carolina State University Thacker won the NCAA heavyweight wrestling championship in 1984, collecting 4 Atlantic Coast Conference titles along with the Wolfpack. He finished his college career 92-11-1, ranking second in N.C. State history with […]

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  • Tabitha Moffatt Brown

    1780 - 1858

    Tabitha Moffatt Brown (1780 - 1858)

    Social Reformer, Educator. Officially named as the “Mother Figure of Oregon” by the Oregon Legislator. Her son participated in the Great Migration of 1843. He talked his mother into emigrated to Oregon in 1864, as an elderly widow. Witnessing the suffering of children whose parents died on the trail, she was inspired to start an […]

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  • Tabu Ley Rochereau

    1937 - 2013

    Tabu Ley Rochereau (1937 - 2013)

    Pascal-Emmanuel Sinamoyi Tabu was born in Bagata, in the then Belgian Congo. His musical career took off in 1956 when he sung with Joseph “Le Grand Kallé” Kabasele, and his band L’African Jazz. After finishing high school he joined the band as a full-time musician. Tabu Ley sang in the pan-African hit Indépendance Cha Cha […]

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  • Tadao Yanaihara

    1893 - 1961

    Tadao Yanaihara (1893 - 1961)

    An educator and economist, Yanaihara also served as a president of Tokyo University.  (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Tadeusz Borowski

    1922 - 1951

    Tadeusz Borowski (1922 - 1951)

    Author. His short story collection “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen” (1959), based on his World War II experiences in Nazi death camps, is considered a masterpiece of Holocaust Literature. Written in a pitiless documentary style,  these first-person accounts compel readers to imagine what they would do to survive in similar circumstances.  They […]

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  • Tahira Wasti

    1944 - 2012

    Tahira Wasti (1944 - 2012)

    Actress. An aristocratic beauty, she shall be remembered for her long career on Pakistani television that frequently saw her cast in royal or upper-crust roles. Born at Sargodha in what was then British India, she originally intended to be a writer and published her first short story at 16. Tahira joined the Pakistan Television Corporation […]

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  • Taichiro Morinaga

    1970 - 1970

    Taichiro Morinaga (1970 - 1970)

    Businessman. Founder of what is now known as the Morinaga Co. Ltd. He introduced the production of western-style confectionery products in Japan. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Taizo Ishizaka

    1886 - 1975

    Taizo Ishizaka (1886 - 1975)

    Business leader during the era of tremendous economic growth in Japan. He served as the president of the Dai-Ichi Mutual Life Insurance Company and the Toshiba Corporation. He was also the first president of the Japan Productivity Promotion Association and was president of the Japan Federation of Economics. He is the subject of a book, […]

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  • Takako Irie

    1911 - 1995

    Takako Irie (1911 - 1995)

    Actress. Born as “Hideko Tobojo,” she first worked under director Kenji Mizoguchi, then worked independently with a variety of directors thereafter. Known for her exceptional beauty, she was nicknamed “Neko(the cat).” Her movies include “Kokyo”(1923), “Tokyo March”(1929), and “Sanjuro”(1962). (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Takato Oki

    1832 - 1899

    Takato Oki (1832 - 1899)

    Educator. Contributed to the modernization of Japan’s educational system. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Tala Birell

    1907 - 1958

    Tala Birell (1907 - 1958)

    Actress. Her most memorable film performances include “Let’s Live Tonight,” supporting Lilian Harvey; opposite Ralph Bellamy in “Air Hawk,” “Crime and Punishment” with Peter Lorre; “Women in Bondage” and  “One Dangerous Night” with Warren William. (bio by: MC)

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  • Talia Castellano

    1999 - 2013

    Talia Castellano (1999 - 2013)

    Talia Joy Castellano was born on August 18, 1999, in Orlando, Florida, and grew up in and around central Florida with her mother, Desiree Castellano, and in New York City with her father, Marc Winthrop. She had three siblings: Kaitlyn, Jackson Winthrop and Mattia Castellano.  When she was 7 years old, Talia Castellano began experiencing […]

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  • Tallulah Bankhead

    1902 - 1968

    Tallulah Bankhead (1902 - 1968)

    Actress. Tallulalh Bankhead was born into a very notable family in Huntsville, Alabama.  Her grandfather was US Senator John Hollis Bankhead, and her father, William Brockman Bankhead, served as Speaker of the House of Representatives.  Her uncle was US Senator John Hollis Bankhead II and her aunt Marie Bankhead Owen became Director of the Alabama […]

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  • Tamara de Lempicka

    1898 - 1980

    Tamara de Lempicka (1898 - 1980)

    Polish painter, born Tamara Gorska in Warsaw. She died in Cuernavaca, Mexico. According to her wishes, she was cremated and her ashes scattered into the Popocatepetl (a Mexican volcano). Tamara remained forgotten until the early 1990 when Barbra Streisand bought her painting “Adam and Eve” in an auction. (bio by: Alberto Blanco)

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  • Tamara De Treaux

    1959 - 1990

    Tamara De Treaux (1959 - 1990)

    Actress. She was one of several actors who played the part of the Extra Terrestrial in the film “ET.” She also appeared as the character “Greedigut” in the movie “Ghoulies.” A friend of author Armistead Maupin, best known for his Tales of the City books, she was the inspiration for Cadence Roth, the protagonist in […]

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  • Tamara Desni

    1913 - 2008

    Tamara Desni (1913 - 2008)

    Tamara Desni (22 October 1913 – 7 February 2008) was a German-born British actress. Born as Tamara Brodsky, the daughter of actress Xenia Desni, Tamara Desni was born in Berlin. Her mother was born in Keiv, then in the Russian Empire, but emigrated to Germany sometime before the Russian Revolution. She became a star of German […]

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  • Tamara Dobson

    1947 - 2006

    Tamara Dobson (1947 - 2006)

    Actress. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Dobson is best remembered for her role as Cleopatra Jones in the 1973 blaxploitation film, “Cleopatra Jones”, and the 1975 follow-up film, “Cleopatra Jones And The Casino Of Gold”. A 6’2 former fashion model, she became known as the Fashionable Kung Fu Queen and was also considered to be […]

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  • Tamara Toumanova

    1919 - 1996

    Tamara Toumanova (1919 - 1996)

    After moving to Paris, Toumanova was given piano lessons and studied ballet with Olga Preobrajenska, who she described as her “first and only permanent teacher” and an “immortal friend”. At the age of six, the ballerina Anna Pavlova invited young Toumanova to perform in one of her gala concerts (08.06.1925). Toumanova danced a polka choreographed […]

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  • Tammi Terrell

    1945 - 1970

    Tammi Terrell (1945 - 1970)

    Tammi Terrell   Over a span of just 12 months beginning in April 1967, the duo of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell enjoyed a string of four straight hits with some of the greatest love songs ever recorded at Motown Records. Sadly, only the first two of those four hits were released while Tammi Terrell […]

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  • Tammy Faye Baker

    1942 - 2007

    Tammy Faye Baker (1942 - 2007)

    Tammy Faye Baker She and Mr. Bakker, an Assemblies of God minister, worked as traveling evangelists in the early years of their marriage. He preached; she sang and played the accordion. They began their television career in the mid-1960s, joining Pat Robertson’s fledgling Christian Broadcasting Network as the original hosts of “The 700 Club.” In […]

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  • Tammy Faye Bakker

    1942 - 2007

    Tammy Faye Bakker (1942 - 2007)

    Television Evangelist, Entrepreneur and Talk Show Host. Former wife of evangelist Jim Bakker. Known for the famous PTL scandal and her exaggerated eye make-up.  Born Tammy Faye LaValley, she was the oldest of eight children born to Pentecostal preachers Carl and Rachel Fairchild LaValley.  She was introduced to religion at a young age.  She attended […]

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  • Tammy Vincent

    1962 - 1979

    Tammy Vincent (1962 - 1979)

    Tammy A. Vincent was an American teenager who was murdered in September 1979. Her body was not identified until 2007, twenty-eight years after her murder. Despite the fact that her identity was discovered, the case remains unsolved, although a prime suspect has been selected. It was believed she may have been a victim of the […]

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  • Tammy Wynette

    1942 - 1998

    Tammy Wynette (1942 - 1998)

    Tammy Wynette was born Virginia Wynette Pugh in Bounds, Mississippi, a small town in Itawamba County, Mississippi, the only child of William Hollice Pugh (died February 13, 1943) and Mildred Faye Russell Pugh (1922–1991).  Wynette’s father was a farmer and local musician who died of a brain tumor when Wynette was nine months of age. […]

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  • Tammy Wynette

    1942 - 1998

    Tammy Wynette (1942 - 1998)

    Tammy Wynette Tammy had many serious physical ailments beginning in the 1970s. She had at least 26 major surgeries during her lifetime. Although some of these problems were often very serious, Wynette was still able to pursue her singing career and regularly toured to promote her work. In October 1970 after giving birth to Georgette, […]

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  • Tania

    1970 - 1999

    Tania (1970 - 1999)

    Singer and Actress. She was born in Toledo, Spain, the exact date of birth is unknown. Her original name was Ana Luciana Divis and she arrived to Argentina in the 1920s, where she had a long a successful career. She was also the wife and muse of the famed tango composer Enrique Santos Discépolo. (bio […]

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  • Tanny McDonald

    1939 - 2004

    Tanny McDonald (1939 - 2004)

    Actress of Film and Stage. Her first film role was playing Juno opposite Arnold Schwartzegger (which was also his debut movie) in the film “Hercules in New York” (1970). Her other credits include a recurring role in “Kate & Allie” as Nurse Krieger, the soap “General Hospital” and the TV miniseries “The Kennedys” as Lady […]

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  • Tanny McDonald

    1939 - 2004

    Tanny McDonald (1939 - 2004)

    Actress of Film and Stage. Her first film role was playing Juno opposite Arnold Schwartzegger (which was also his debut movie) in the film “Hercules in New York” (1970). Her other credits include a recurring role in “Kate & Allie” as Nurse Krieger, the soap “General Hospital” and the TV miniseries “The Kennedys” as Lady […]

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  • Tapping Reeve

    1744 - 1823

    Tapping Reeve (1744 - 1823)

    Educator, Lawyer. He founded the first formal law school in America. In 1772, he set up a law practice in Litchfield, Connecticut, and the following year he commenced teaching law to his first student Aaron Burr, who also was his brother-in-law. Demand for his expertise increased to the point Reeve needed to construct a one […]

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