• Timothy Shay Arthur

    1809 - 1885

    Timothy Shay Arthur (1809 - 1885)

    Author. The founder of “Arthur’s Home Magazine”, he used his publication to publish hundreds of short stories, and was known as one of the most prolific writers of the pre-Civil War era. Among his books are “Lights and Shadows of Real Life”, “Tales for Rich and Poor”, “Library for the Household”, “Steps to Heaven”, “The […]

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  • Timothy Treadwell

    1957 - 2003

    Timothy Treadwell (1957 - 2003)

    Timothy Treadwell studied grizzly bears during summer seasons for 13 years, before being killed by one of them. According to his book, Among Grizzlies: Living with Wild Bears in Alaska, his mission to protect bears began in the late 1980s after surviving a heroin overdose. He claims in his book that his drug addiction grew […]

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  • Tina Aumont

    1946 - 2006

    Tina Aumont (1946 - 2006)

    Actress. Born Maria Christina Aumont into a family of French-Jewish and Dominican descent, her father was actor Jean-Pierre Aumont, her mother was actress Maria Montez. Her mother died when Tina was five years old. She spent much of her childhood with various relatives and after her father married actress Marisa Pavan, Tina was sent to […]

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  • Tina Harmon

    1969 - 1981

    Tina Harmon (1969 - 1981)

    Tina Harmon (born June 9, 1969 – October 29, 1981) was a 12-year-old American girl who was abducted, raped and murdered on October 29, 1981 after being dropped off in Lodi, Ohio. After the discovery of her body, she was later buried at the Maple Mound Cemetery. One man was originally convicted of the victim’s […]

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  • Tina Leiu Wiseman

    1965 - 2005

    Tina Leiu Wiseman (1965 - 2005)

    Actress, Singer, and Television Personality. A native of Honolulu, Hawaii, she, was born to a father who was a Navy vet and a mother who was American Samoan. She was also a Samoan Princess, the granddaughter of the high chief who founded the village Futinga in American Samoa. At first Wiseman studied to be a […]

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  • Tino Garcia

    1935 - 2015

    Tino Garcia (1935 - 2015)

    Nicaraguan-Puerto Rican Actor. Garcia, born Constantino Garcia Arguello, was an actor who was very prominent in films. television, and the theater. He was born in Nicaragua, but his family went to Puerto Rico when he was very young. Garcia learned acting from the SRT school of radio and television in New York.   He returned […]

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  • Tiny Bonham

    1913 - 1949

    Tiny Bonham (1913 - 1949)

    In a 10-season career, Tiny Bonham posted a 103-72 record with 478 strikeouts and a 3.06 ERA in 1551.0 innings pitched. Bonham kept opposing batters off balance with an assortment of deliveries. He started his professional baseball career with the Oakland Oaks of the Pacific Coast League in 1935. He worked his way up through the […]

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  • Tiny Jones

    1875 - 1952

    Tiny Jones (1875 - 1952)

    Actress. Petite, Welsh-born character player of Hollywood silents and talkies. She was typically cast as a villager or working-class immigrant. Jones made several films with director John Ford, including her first,  “The Iron Horse” (1924),  and her last,  “The Quiet Man” (1952).  In between she appeared in “Greed” (1924),  “The Sin of Madelon Claudet” (1931), […]

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  • Tiny Tim

    1932 - 1996

    Tiny Tim (1932 - 1996)

    Tiny Tim Tiny Tim, whose quavery falsetto and ukulele made ”Tiptoe Through the Tulips With Me” a novelty hit in 1968, died on Saturday night at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. He was 64 and had lived in Minneapolis for the past year. The cause of death apparently was cardiac arrest, a nursing […]

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  • Tobe Hooper

    1943 - 2017

    Tobe Hooper (1943 - 2017)

    William Tobe Hooper (January 25, 1943 – August 26, 2017) was an American film director, screenwriter, and producer best known for his work in the horror film genre; his most recognized films include The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Poltergeist. Stuart Heritage of The Guardian described The Texas Chain Saw Massacre as “one of the most […]

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  • Tobias Spengler

    1816 - 1887

    Tobias Spengler (1816 - 1887)

    Born in Germany, Spengler was one of the pioneer brewers in St. Louis. He was apprenticed to a soap manufacturer before coming to the U.S. In 1852 he came to Belleville, Illinois & established a small soap manufacturing company. He decided to move across the river to St. Louis in 1856 & purchase a brewery […]

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  • Tod Andrews

    1914 - 1972

    Tod Andrews (1914 - 1972)

    Actor. Raised in California, he began his career at the Pasadena Playhouse in the early 1940s, when he was signed to a Warner Brothers Studios. He made his big screen debut in “Murder in the Big House” (1942), followed by “Heaven Can Wait” (1943), “In Harm’s Way” (1965), “Hang ‘Em High” (1968), “Beneath the Planet […]

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  • Tod Browning

    1880 - 1962

    Tod Browning (1880 - 1962)

    Motion-Picture Director and Screenwriter. Known as “The Master of the Macabre”, he was one of the most idiosyncratic artists ever to work in Hollywood. Browning was born in Louisville, Kentucky. At 16 he ran away from home to join a travelling circus, earning his keep as a contortionist and clown. It was the formative experience […]

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  • Todd Christensen

    1956 - 2013

    Todd Christensen (1956 - 2013)

    Christensen was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, on August 3, 1956, to Ned Jay and June Christensen. His father was working on a doctorate degree at Pennsylvania State University at that time. After teaching in West Virginia, his father was offered a professorship in Eugene, Oregon, when Todd was 5 and the family relocated. Athletically, Christensen’s early desire was to continue […]

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  • Todd Christensen

    1956 - 2013

    Todd Christensen (1956 - 2013)

    Christensen was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, on August 3, 1956, to Ned Jay and June Christensen. His father was working on a doctorate degree at Pennsylvania State University at that time. After teaching in West Virginia, his father was offered a professorship in Eugene, Oregon, when Todd was 5 and the family relocated. Athletically, Christensen’s […]

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  • Togai Kawakami

    1970 - 1970

    Togai Kawakami (1970 - 1970)

    Western-style painter. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Tol Avery

    1915 - 1973

    Tol Avery (1915 - 1973)

    Actor. Primarily a character actor, he made over 100 screen appearances in films and television between 1950 and 1973. Born Taliaferro Ware Avery, he enlisted as a private in the US Army in May 1942 during World War II and became a 2nd Lieutenant with Armed Forces Radio. Noted for his enormous girth and cultured […]

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  • Tom “Buddy” Drake

    1918 - 1982

    Tom “Buddy” Drake (1918 - 1982)

    Motion picture and television actor. Fondly remembered for his role as Judy Garland’s love interest in the classic 1944 musical, “Meet Me in St. Louis.” (bio by: A.J. Marik) Cause of death: Lung cancer

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  • Tom Adams

    1938 - 2014

    Tom Adams (1938 - 2014)

    Tom Adams Dead – Tom Adams who became popular for his role in The Great Escape has died. He was 76. The News of his passing was announced by Emma Harvey who was Adam’s agent and friend. Guardian reported that following his battle with cancer, Tom Adams at the hospital, although the cause of his death […]

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  • Tom Addison

    1936 - 2011

    Tom Addison (1936 - 2011)

    Addison attended the University of South Carolina and was drafted by the NFL Baltimore Colts and the Canadian Football League Ottawa Rough Riders, but chose to sign in 1960 with the Boston Patriots of the newly formed American Football League, playing his entire pro career with the Patriots. Considered a leader of the newly formed […]

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  • Tom Aldredge

    1928 - 2011

    Tom Aldredge (1928 - 2011)

    Actor. Born in Dayton, Ohio, the son of an Air Force colonel, he attended the Goodman School of Drama and made his professional debut in the production of “Electra” (1957), later marking his Broadway introduction with “The Nervous Set” (1959). From that point on, Aldredge appeared in a wide range of stage roles and garnered […]

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  • Tom Bell

    1933 - 2006

    Tom Bell (1933 - 2006)

    Thomas George Bell was born on 2 August 1933 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Evacuated as a child during the Second World War, he lived with three different families in Morecambe, Lancashire. In 1948, at age 15, Bell began to act in his first school plays, and though he never dominated the performances he nonetheless demonstrated […]

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  • Tom Boerwinkle

    1945 - 2013

    Tom Boerwinkle (1945 - 2013)

    Tom Boerwinkle played for the University of Tennessee and helped the team win the 1967 Southeastern Conference championship. The next year he was named a Helms Foundation first-team all-American. In his junior and senior season, he averaged a double-double each season—10.2 points and 12.2 rebounds his junior season and 11.3 points and 15.2 rebounds his senior […]

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  • Tom Bosley

    1927 - 2010

    Tom Bosley (1927 - 2010)

    Bosley was born in Chicago, the son of Dora (née Heyman) and Benjamin Bosley. Although well known for playing a Catholic priest—and numerous Protestants—Bosley was actually Jewish. During World War II, Bosley served in the United States Navy. While attending DePaul University, in Chicago, in 1947, he made his stage debut in Our Town with […]

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  • Tom Campbell Clark

    1899 - 1977

    Tom Campbell Clark (1899 - 1977)

    Clark was born in Dallas, Texas on September 23, 1899, to son of Virginia Maxey (née Falls), and William Henry Clark. A graduate of Dallas High School, he served as a Texas National Guard infantryman in 1918; afterward he studied law, receiving his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law in 1922. […]

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  • Tom Chatterton

    1881 - 1952

    Tom Chatterton (1881 - 1952)

    Actor. Mainly appearing in Westerns, he directed 4 films and acted in 110 from 1914 to 1949 including: “Liquid Dynamite” (1915), “The Toast of New York” (1937), “Dodge City” (1939), “Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe” (1940), “Drums of Fu Manchu” (1943), “Captain America” (1944), “It’s A Wonderful Life” (1946), “Jesse James Rides Again ” (1947). […]

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  • Tom Clancy

    1947 - 2013

    Tom Clancy (1947 - 2013)

    Tom Clancy was born at Franklin Square Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 12, 1947, and grew up in the Northwood neighborhood. He was the second of three children to Thomas Clancy, who worked for the United States Postal Service, and Catherine Clancy, who worked in a store’s credit department. His mother worked in order […]

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  • Tom Conway

    1904 - 1967

    Tom Conway (1904 - 1967)

    Joining his brother George in Hollywood, Tom Conway became a contract player for MGM. Conway is perhaps best known for playing “The Falcon” in ten of the series’ entries, taking over for his brother in The Falcon’s Brother, in which they both starred. This work led Conway to become a contract player with RKO Pictures. While […]

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  • Tom Crean

    1877 - 1938

    Tom Crean (1877 - 1938)

    Thomas “Tom” Crean (20 July 1877 – 27 July 1938), is an Irish seaman and Antarctic explorer from Annascaul in County Kerry. He was a member of three major expeditions to Antarctica during the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration, including Captain Scott’s 1911–13 Terra Nova Expedition. This saw the race to reach the South Pole […]

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  • Tom Dugan

    1884 - 1955

    Tom Dugan (1884 - 1955)

    Actor. Irish-born, deadpan comic character player of American films. He is best remembered for the classic “To Be or Not to Be” (1942), as Bronski, a ham actor in occupied Poland whose clench-jawed impersonation of Hitler outwits the Gestapo. Dugan went on to a secondary career playing Der Fuhrer for the rest of the World […]

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