• Tomiro Nagase

    1970 - 1970

    Tomiro Nagase (1970 - 1970)

    Founder of the Kao Soap company. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Tommie Lee Aaron

    1939 - 1984

    Tommie Lee Aaron (1939 - 1984)

    Tommie Lee Aaron (August 5, 1939 – August 16, 1984) was a first baseman and left fielder in Major League Baseball, and a younger brother of Hall of Famer Hank Aaron. They were the first siblings to appear in a League Championship Series as teammates. Born in Mobile, Alabama, he was signed by the Milwaukee […]

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  • Tommy “Butch” Bond

    1926 - 2005

    Tommy “Butch” Bond (1926 - 2005)

    Actor. Fondly remembered for his role of ‘Tommy’ and later as ‘Butch’ in the Our Gang/Little Rascals comedies of the 1930s and 40s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)  Family links:  Parents:  Ashley Ross Bond (1895 – 1972)  Margaret Sauter Bond (1901 – 1973)Cause of death: Heart disease

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  • Tommy Armour

    1895 - 1968

    Tommy Armour (1895 - 1968)

    Tommy Armour was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and educated at Fettes College and the University of Edinburgh. During his service in World War I, Armour rose from a private to Staff Major in the Tank Corps. His conduct earned him an audience with George V. However, he lost his sight to a mustard gas explosion […]

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  • Tommy Bartlett

    1914 - 1998

    Tommy Bartlett (1914 - 1998)

    Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Tommy Bartlett began his career in entertainment by becoming a broadcaster at radio station WISN at the young age of 13. After moving to Chicago, Illinois, he became a staff announcer at the CBS-owned WBBM radio station. He continued here until the outbreak of World War II, when he learned to […]

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  • Tommy Bond

    1926 - 2005

    Tommy Bond (1926 - 2005)

    Tommy Bond got his start in 1931 at the age of five when a talent scout for Hal Roach studios approached him as he was leaving a Dallas cinema with his mother. The scout asked him if he would like to act in films because he “had a great face” and set up an appointment […]

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  • Tommy Dorsey

    1905 - 1956

    Tommy Dorsey (1905 - 1956)

    Tommy Dorsey’s first band was formed out of the remains of the Joe Haymes band, and so began Dorsey’s long-running practice of raiding other bands for talent. If he admired a vocalist, musician or arranger, he would think nothing of taking over their contracts and careers.[citation needed] Dorsey had a reputation for being a perfectionist. […]

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  • Tommy Ford

    1962 - 2016

    Tommy Ford (1962 - 2016)

    Tommy Ford was born in Yonkers, New York, and raised in Long Beach, California. His parents worked as a school secretary and a pipe-fitter. As a child, Ford wanted to be a preacher. When he took drama lessons and started acting in high school plays, he decided to go into acting instead. After earning Associate of […]

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  • Tommy Handley

    1892 - 1949

    Tommy Handley (1892 - 1949)

    British Comedian. He is best remembered for his work on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) radio program “ITMA” (“It’s That Man Again”). Born in Toxeth Park, Liverpool, England he served with a kite balloon section of the British Royal Naval Air Service during World War I. He became a regular radio broadcaster in the very […]

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  • Tommy Keene

    1970 - 2017

    Tommy Keene (1970 - 2017)

    Tommy Keene graduated in 1976 from Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland, which was also the alma mater of fellow musician Nils Lofgren, who went on to play and record with Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen. Keene played drums in one version of Lofgren’s early bands. Keene then attended the University of Maryland. Tommy […]

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  • Tommy Kron

    1943 - 2007

    Tommy Kron (1943 - 2007)

    Tommy Kron played for the legendary Orlando “Gunner” Wyman at Tell City High School (Tell City, Indiana); he led the Marksmen to 4 Sectional and 3 Regional titles; during his Junior season (1960–61), he led them to the Indiana Final Four. The Marksmen lost their semi-final matchup to the Indianapolis Manual Redskins, starring the Van […]

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  • Tommy Lynn Sells

    1964 - 2014

    Tommy Lynn Sells (1964 - 2014)

    Sells and his twin sister, Tammy Jean, contracted meningitis[citation needed] when they were 18 months old; Tammy died from the illness. Shortly thereafter, Sells was sent to live with his aunt, Bonnie Woodall, in Holcomb, Missouri, where he lived until he was five years old. When Sells was eight, he began spending time with a […]

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  • Tommy McCook

    1927 - 1998

    Tommy McCook (1927 - 1998)

    Tommy McCook (3 March 1927 – 5 May 1998) was a Jamaican saxophonist. A founding member of The Skatalites, he also directed The Supersonics for Duke Reid, and backed many sessions for Bunny Lee or with The Revolutionaries at Channel One Studios in the 1970s. McCook was born in Havana, Cuba, and moved to Jamaica in […]

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  • Tommy Morrison

    1969 - 2013

    Tommy Morrison (1969 - 2013)

    Tommy Morrison Tommy Morrison’s career reached its pinnacle on a hot June night in Las Vegas, when he stepped into the ring and beat George Foreman to become heavyweight champion. It reached its nadir when he tested positive for HIV three years later. The last 20 years of the brash boxer’s life would be defined […]

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  • Tommy Noonan

    1921 - 1968

    Tommy Noonan (1921 - 1968)

    Tommy Noonan (April 29, 1921 – April 24, 1968) was a comedy genre film performer, screenwriter and producer. He acted in a number of ‘A’ and ‘B’ pictures from the 1940s through the 1960s, and he is best known for his supporting performances as Gus Esmond, wealthy boyfriend of Lorelei Lee (Marilyn Monroe) in Gentlemen […]

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  • Tommy Ramone

    1952 - 2014

    Tommy Ramone (1952 - 2014)

    Erdélyi was Jewish, and was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1949, to parents who had survived the Holocaust by being hidden by neighbors, though many of his relatives were victims of the Nazis. The family emigrated to the US when Ramone was aged four and he grew up in Forest Hills, New York.  Tommy and […]

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  • Tommy Rettig

    1941 - 1996

    Tommy Rettig (1941 - 1996)

    Rettig was born to a Jewish father, Elias Rettig, and a Christian Italian-American mother, Rosemary Nibali, in Jackson Heights in the Queens borough of New York City. He started his career at the age of six, on tour with Mary Martin in the play Annie Get Your Gun, in which he played Little Jake. Before his […]

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  • Tomoto Kobori

    1864 - 1931

    Tomoto Kobori (1864 - 1931)

    Japanese-style painter. Also known as “Tsurunoya Kobori Tomoto,” he is a famous Japanese style painter of the Meiji Era. Many of his works are in the holdings of Kokugakuin High School Library, Tokyo. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Tomris Incer

    1948 - 2015

    Tomris Incer (1948 - 2015)

    Turkish Actress. Incer was a very prominent actress who appeared in the theater, films, and television. She started with the Istanbul City Theater in 1974, appearing in different productions.  Incer also appeared in such films and television series as “1001 Nights” (2006), “Love and Punishment” (2010) and “Karsilasma” (2003).   She was honored for her […]

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  • Toney Watkins

    1947 - 1986

    Toney Watkins (1947 - 1986)

    Actress. She appeared in the film “Hair” (1979).

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  • Toni Berger

    1921 - 2005

    Toni Berger (1921 - 2005)

    Actor. Best known for his role as “Boandlkramer” in the theatre play “Der Brandner Kapser und das ewig´ Leben”. Often work with legendary Bavarian actor Gustl Bayrhammer. (bio by: Markus Brunner)

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  • Toni Kaye

    1946 - 1995

    Toni Kaye (1946 - 1995)

    Actress. Born in Chicago, Illinois, she started professionally in the 1970s dancing with the Ernie Flatt Dancers on television’s “The Carol Burnett Show”. As a dancer, she appeared in the films as “Funny Lady” (1975) and “Pennies From Heaven” (1981). She also worked as a choreographer on stage productions at various theme parks throughout the […]

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  • Tonico “Antonio” Ballester Vilaseca

    1910 - 2001

    Tonico “Antonio” Ballester Vilaseca (1910 - 2001)

    Artist. He was born in Valencia (Comunidad Valenciana) and died in Alella (Catalunya). He was a representative of the Vanguard sculpture in the 1930s in Spain, during the Second Spanish Republic. He was the son of sculptor Antonio Ballester Aparicio and the cousin of baritone Vicente Ballester Aparicio. Also, his sisters Rosita and Manuela were […]

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  • Tonico “Antonio” Ballester Vilaseca

    1910 - 2001

    Tonico “Antonio” Ballester Vilaseca (1910 - 2001)

    Artist. He was born in Valencia (Comunidad Valenciana) and died in Alella (Catalunya). He was a representative of the Vanguard sculpture in the 1930s in Spain, during the Second Spanish Republic. He was the son of sculptor Antonio Ballester Aparicio and the cousin of baritone Vicente Ballester Aparicio. Also, his sisters Rosita and Manuela were […]

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  • Tonita Castro

    1970 - 2016

    Tonita Castro (1970 - 2016)

    Radio Personality and Actress. Castro was a Latina character actress who will best be remembered for her regular roles on such comedy series as ‘Dads’, ‘Go On’ and ‘Life in Pieces’. She came to the United States from Mexico in the late 1970s, following the death of her father, and to help support her family […]

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  • Tony Alescio

    1893 - 1920

    Tony Alescio (1893 - 1920)

    Tony Alescio Organized Crime Figure. Born in Alcamo, Sicily, he was orphaned as a young child and immigrated to Detroit, Michigan in the spring of 1911. Escaping an abusive uncle, mob boss Antonino “Tony” Giannola took him in and treated him as one of his own. He grew to be Giannola’s personal bodyguard, but during […]

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  • Tony Atkinson

    1944 - 2017

    Tony Atkinson (1944 - 2017)

    Tony Atkinson attended Cranbrook School. After considering studying mathematics, he graduated from the University of Cambridge in 1966 with a first-class degree before spending time at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He cited his interest in inequality as beginning from volunteering in a German hospital in the 1960s. He served as Warden of Nuffield College, Oxford, […]

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  • Tony Auth

    1942 - 2014

    Tony Auth (1942 - 2014)

    Pulitzer Prize Winning Cartoonist, Journalist. He was the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in Editorial Cartooning (1976) for “O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain”. He was bedridden during his early youth and at this time, he occupied himself by drawing and sketching. After his family moved to Los Angeles, he received […]

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  • Tony Beckley

    1929 - 1980

    Tony Beckley (1929 - 1980)

    Beckley was born in Southampton, Hampshire, England. He was a child out of wedlock and never met his father. His mother, Beatrice Mitchell, was a stewardess who worked on ocean liners such as the RMS Mauretania and the RMS Aquitania. Due to work commitments she was often away and Beckley was brought up mainly by […]

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  • Tony Bettenhausen

    1916 - 1961

    Tony Bettenhausen (1916 - 1961)

    Melvin Eugene “Tony” Bettenhausen (September 12, 1916 Tinley Park, Illinois – May 12, 1961 Indianapolis, Indiana) was an American racing driver, who won the National Championship in 1951 and 1958.  Bettenhausen was nicknamed the “Tinley Park Express” in honor of his hometown. He was nicknamed “Tunney” after heavyweight boxing champion Gene Tunney. “Tunney” later became […]

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