• Phife Dawg

    1970 - 2016

    Phife Dawg (1970 - 2016)

    Phife Dawg Malik Taylor, the rapper known as Phife Dawg whose nimble, clever rhymes helped launch A Tribe Called Quest to both commercial and critical success, died Tuesday at the age of 45 from complications resulting from diabetes. Rolling Stone has confirmed the rapper’s death. Taylor had had health issues for years, undergoing a kidney transplant in 2008 […]

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  • Phil Arnold

    1909 - 1968

    Phil Arnold (1909 - 1968)

    Actor. Best known for his roles in the Three Stooges shorts, and over 150 appearances on television, stage, and screen between 1939 and 1968. Born Philip Aranoff in Hackensack, New Jersey, he was the son of Solomon and Maria(Eisenstadt) Aranoff. Among his Three Stooges shorts, he was the voice of “Tom” in “The Ghost Talks”(1949), […]

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  • Phil Baker

    1896 - 1963

    Phil Baker (1896 - 1963)

    Actor, Comedian, and Radio Emcee. He attended school in Boston, Massachusetts where his first stage appearance was in an amateur show. He began his career in vaudeville, playing the piano for violinist Ed Janis and age 19, he teamed with jazz violinist and radio personality Ben Bernie for the vaudeville act “Bernie and Baker.” It […]

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  • Phil Brown

    1916 - 2006

    Phil Brown (1916 - 2006)

    Brown was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He majored in dramatics at Stanford University, where he was a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Brown played some of his earliest stage roles as part of New York’s Group Theatre. When it ended, he and other Group Theatre veterans headed to Hollywood, where Brown worked in motion […]

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  • Phil Chevron

    1957 - 2013

    Phil Chevron (1957 - 2013)

    Chevron grew up in Santry, a suburb of Dublin. Beginning in the late 1970s, he was lead singer and co-founder of the punk rock group The Radiators from Space, receiving some critical acclaim but little widespread popularity or financial success. Following a temporary breakup of the band in 1981, he lived in London for a […]

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  • Phil Everly

    1939 - 2014

    Phil Everly (1939 - 2014)

    Phil Everly Rock & roll lost one of its supreme harmony singers when Phil Everly, half of the Everly Brothers, died today at the age of 74. According to a report attributed to his wife Patti Everly, the cause was complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; Everly was a longtime smoker. Harmony singing had been […]

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  • Phil Harris

    1904 - 1995

    Phil Harris (1904 - 1995)

    Phil Harris Phil Harris was a versatile performer excelling on many levels as a performer. After settling in California at an early age, he formed the Phil Harris Band which performed in the late twenties and early thirties while recording many novelty songs…”Smoke, Smoke that Cigarette,” “Up A Lazy River,” “Stars Fell on Alabama,” “Row, […]

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  • Phil Harris

    1956 - 2010

    Phil Harris (1956 - 2010)

    Harris began fishing with his father at age eight and after high school began crab fishing. He initially worked on a crab boat unpaid until he proved his worth. By the time he was 21 he was one of the youngest captains of a crab fishing boat on the Bering Sea. He had been the […]

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  • Phil Hartman

    1948 - 1998

    Phil Hartman (1948 - 1998)

    Phil Hartman Philip Edward “Phil” Hartman (September 24, 1948 – May 28, 1998; born Hartmann) was a Canadian-American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and graphic artist. Born in Brantford, Ontario, Hartman and his family moved to the United States when he was 10. After graduating from California State University, Northridge, with a degree in graphic arts, he […]

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  • Phil Hill

    1927 - 2008

    Phil Hill (1927 - 2008)

    Born in Miami, Florida, Phil Hill was raised in Santa Monica, California, where he lived until his death. He studied business administration at the University of Southern California from 1945 to 1947, where he was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. Hill left early to pursue auto racing, working as a mechanic on other […]

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  • Phil Joseph “Philip” Carey

    1925 - 2009

    Phil Joseph “Philip” Carey (1925 - 2009)

    Actor. Born Eugene Joseph Carey, he was best known for his longtime role as business tycoon Asa Buchanan in the ABC soap opera “One Life to Live”,  beginning in 1980 and ending with his character’s death in August 2007. During his acting career he appeared in 46 movies and had numerous television appearances in starring […]

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  • Phil Karlson

    1908 - 1985

    Phil Karlson (1908 - 1985)

    Phil Karlson (born Philip N. Karlstein; July 2, 1908 – December 12, 1985) was an American film director. Karlson directed 99 River Street, Kansas City Confidential and Hell’s Island all with actor John Payne in the early 1950s. Other films include Rocky (1948), The Texas Rangers (1951), The Phenix City Story (1955), 5 Against the House […]

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  • Phil Lucas

    1942 - 2007

    Phil Lucas (1942 - 2007)

    Film Maker. For four decades, he was known as one of the foremost Native American filmmakers. Himself a Choctaw Indian, he produced or directed more than 100 television shows, films, documentaries and consulted on how to accurately portray Native Americans. Among his works was the 1980 PBS series “Images of Indians,” co-produced the early 1990s […]

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  • Phil Ramone

    1934 - 2013

    Phil Ramone (1934 - 2013)

    Ramone was born in South Africa and grew up in Brooklyn, New York, USA. As a child in South Africa, Ramone was a musical prodigy, beginning to play the violin at age three and performing for Princess Elizabeth at age ten. In the late 1940s he trained as a classical violinist at the Juilliard School, […]

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  • Phil Rizzuto

    1917 - 2007

    Phil Rizzuto (1917 - 2007)

    Phil Rizzuto was signed by the New York Yankees as an amateur free agent in 1937. His nickname, at times attributed to Yankees broadcaster Mel Allen, was actually bestowed on Rizzuto (according to him) by minor league teammate Billy Hitchcock because of the way Rizzuto ran the bases. After being named the Minor League Player of […]

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  • Phil Silvers

    1911 - 1985

    Phil Silvers (1911 - 1985)

    Phil Silvers Silvers became a household name in 1955 when he starred as Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko in You’ll Never Get Rich, later retitled The Phil Silvers Show. The military comedy became a television hit, with the opportunistic Bilko fast-talking his way through one obstacle after another. In 1958 CBS switched the show to be […]

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  • Phil Woosnam

    1932 - 2013

    Phil Woosnam (1932 - 2013)

    Professional Football (Soccer) Figure. Born Phillip Abraham Woosnam, he is considered as the father of United States professional soccer and the first commissioner of the original North American Soccer League. He played as striker for Manchester City, Sutton United, Leyton Orient, West Ham United, Aston Villa and the Atlanta Chiefs, and also played internationally  for […]

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  • Philip A. Starck

    1860 - 1922

    Philip A. Starck (1860 - 1922)

    Piano Manufacturer.  Philip Adam Starck established the P. A. Starck Piano Company with headquarters located in Chicago, Illinois.   He loved music and became interested in the inner workings of the piano early in his life. His story is one of the true rags to riches stories with him starting as an errand boy in […]

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  • Philip Abbott

    1924 - 1998

    Philip Abbott (1924 - 1998)

    A native of Lincoln, Nebraska, Abbott was a secondary lead in several films of the 1950s and 1960s, including Miracle of the White Stallions (1963). He made more than one hundred guest appearances on various television series from 1952–1995, including NBC’s Justice about the Legal Aid Society of New York and The Eleventh Hour, a […]

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  • Philip Ahn

    1905 - 1978

    Philip Ahn (1905 - 1978)

    Philip Ahn was born Pil Lip Ahn (안필립) in Highland Park, California. His parents emigrated to the United States in 1902 . Ahn’s father, Dosan Ahn Chang-ho, was an educator and an activist for Korean independence during the colonial period. When he was in high school, Ahn visited the set of the film The Thief of […]

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  • Philip Barry, Sr

    1896 - 1949

    Philip Barry, Sr (1896 - 1949)

    Author. He is best remembered for his plays, often adapted to the cinema: “The Philadelphia Story,” “Holiday,” “Without Love,” “Here Comes the Clowns,” “The Animal Kingdom,” and “Tomorrow and Tomorrow.” (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)  Family links:  Spouse:  Ellen Semple Barry (1898 – 1995)*  Children:  Philip Barry (1923 – 1998)*  Peter Jonathan Barry (1926 […]

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  • Philip Berger

    1942 - 2001

    Philip Berger (1942 - 2001)

    Author, Journalist. He was a sports writer, screenwriter and author who specialized in boxing. He wrote more than a dozen books on sports and entertainment, including collaborations with Joe Frazier and Larry Holmes on their autobiographies. His other books include “Forever Showtime – The Checkered Life of Pistol Pete Maravich” and “Miracle on 33rd Street,” […]

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  • Philip Bruns

    1931 - 2012

    Philip Bruns (1931 - 2012)

    Actor. He was fondly remembered for the role of portraying George Shumway, in the TV comedy series “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman” in the 1970s and as the character as Morty Seinfeld in the first series sitcom of “Seinfeld” in 1990. He began his career in New York on the stage winning an Obie Award for […]

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  • Philip Burne-Jones

    1861 - 1926

    Philip Burne-Jones (1861 - 1926)

    Painter of portraits & figure subjects. Son of painter Edward Coley Burne-Jones, his portraits included such personages as Rayleigh, Kipling & G.F. Watts. His best known painting is A Vampire(1897). He also made some book illustrations. (bio by: Connie Nisinger)  Family links:  Parents:  Edward Coley Burne-Jones (1833 – 1898)  Sibling:  Christopher Burne-Jones (____ – 1864)* […]

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  • Philip Burnett Franklin Agee

    1935 - 2008

    Philip Burnett Franklin Agee (1935 - 2008)

    Author, American Intelligence Agent. A former Central Intelligence Agency field agent, he is best known for his 1975 book “Inside the Company: CIA Diary”. He left the CIA after twelve years in 1969, disenchanted with the Agency and how it was being operated. In 1973, he went to the Soviet Union’s embassy in Mexico City, […]

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  • Philip Calderon

    1833 - 1898

    Philip Calderon (1833 - 1898)

    Artist. He began studying engineering, but became more interested in the drawing side of the profession, consequently deciding to become a painter. His first painting appeared at the academy in 1853, but he had little success until his painting, “Broken Vows” (1857), painted in the spirit of the Pre-Rapaelites was well received with the critics […]

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  • Philip Carey

    1925 - 2009

    Philip Carey (1925 - 2009)

    Carey was born in Hackensack, New Jersey. Carey served in the United States Marine Corps and was wounded as part of the ship’s detachment of the USS Franklin during World War II and served again in the Korean War.  One of his earliest roles was at Lt. (jg) Bob Perry in John Wayne’s Operation Pacific. […]

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  • Philip Cortelyou Johnson

    1906 - 2005

    Philip Cortelyou Johnson (1906 - 2005)

    Architect, Author, Teacher. An  icon of the twentieth century, considered by many as the dean of American architects. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he was the son of Louise (Pope) and Homer H. Johnson, a well-to-do lawyer and is survived by one sister Jeannette Dempsey, of Cleveland, 102 at the time of his death.  He received […]

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  • Philip Cortelyou Johnson

    1906 - 2005

    Philip Cortelyou Johnson (1906 - 2005)

    Architect, Author, Teacher. An  icon of the twentieth century, considered by many as the dean of American architects. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he was the son of Louise (Pope) and Homer H. Johnson, a well-to-do lawyer and is survived by one sister Jeannette Dempsey, of Cleveland, 102 at the time of his death.  He received […]

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  • Philip Danforth Armour, I

    1832 - 1901

    Philip Danforth Armour, I (1832 - 1901)

    Businessman. He was born in Stockbridge, New York, where his parents were farmers. When he was 19, he left for California to join the gold rush, where he started a business building sluices for use in the gold mining enterprise. Around 1856, he took his profits from the sluice business and relocated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, […]

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