• Stanley Karnow

    1925 - 2013

    Stanley Karnow (1925 - 2013)

    After serving with the United States Army Air Forces in the China Burma India Theater during World War II, he graduated from Harvard with a bachelor’s degree in 1947; in 1947 and 1948 he attended the Sorbonne, and from 1948 to 1949 the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris. He then began his career in journalism […]

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  • Stanley Kauffmann

    1916 - 2013

    Stanley Kauffmann (1916 - 2013)

    Kauffmann started with The New Republic in 1958 and contributed film criticism to that magazine for the next fifty-five years, publishing his last review in 2013. He had one brief break in his New Republic tenure, when he served as the drama critic for the New York Times for eight months in 1966.  He worked […]

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  • Stanley Kramer

    1913 - 2001

    Stanley Kramer (1913 - 2001)

    Stanley Earl Kramer (September 29, 1913 – February 19, 2001) was an American film director and producer, responsible for making many of Hollywood’s most famous “message films”. As an independent producer and director, he brought attention to topical social issues that most studios avoided. Among the subjects covered in his films were racism (in The […]

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  • Stanley Kubrick

    1928 - 1999

    Stanley Kubrick (1928 - 1999)

    Stanley Kubrick was born on July 26, 1928, in the Bronx, New York, the first of two children of Jacques (Jacob) Leonard Kubrick (1901–85) and his wife Sadie Gertrude (née Perveler; 1903–85), both of whom were Jewish. His sister, Barbara Mary Kubrick, was born in 1934. Jacques Kubrick, whose parents and paternal grandparents were of […]

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  • Stanley Rother

    1935 - 1981

    Stanley Rother (1935 - 1981)

    Stanley Rother was born on March 27, 1935, the son of Franz and Gertrude Rother, who had a farm near Okarche, Oklahoma. He grew up to be a strong, young man, adept at the many tasks required on the farm. Nonetheless, after completing high school, he declared his calling to the priesthood. To prepare for […]

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  • Stanley Siegel

    1936 - 2016

    Stanley Siegel (1936 - 2016)

    Stanley Siegel Stanley Siegel, an irreverent New York television talk-show host whose unscripted interviews coupled Jack Paar’s raw candor with Oscar Wilde’s credo that nothing succeeds like excess, died on Jan. 2 in Los Angeles. He was 79. The cause was pneumonia, his nephew Richard Propper said. “The Stanley Siegel Show” was broadcast live at […]

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  • Stanley Williams

    1953 - 2005

    Stanley Williams (1953 - 2005)

    Stanley Williams was born December 29, 1953 in Shreveport, Louisiana to a 17-year old mother. His father abandoned the family when Williams was just a year old. In 1959, at the age of six, Williams moved with his mother from Rayville, Louisiana to Los Angeles, California by a Greyhound Lines bus. His mother moved into […]

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  • Stede Bonnet

    1688 - 1718

    Stede Bonnet (1688 - 1718)

    Stede Bonnet (c.1688 – 10 December 1718 was an early 18th-century Barbadian pirate, sometimes called “The Gentleman Pirate” because he was a moderately wealthy landowner before turning to a life of crime. Bonnet was born into a wealthy English family on the island of Barbados, and inherited the family estate after his father’s death in […]

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  • Stefan Gierasch

    1926 - 2014

    Stefan Gierasch (1926 - 2014)

    Actor. He made his professional debut at the age of nineteen in the Broadway play “Snafu” (1944 to 1945) and during the early 1950s, he attended the Actor’s Studio in New York. His Broadway association encompassed four decades as he provided memorable performances in “Compulsion” (1957 to 1958) and “The Sound of Music” (1959 to […]

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  • Stefano Badami

    1888 - 1955

    Stefano Badami (1888 - 1955)

    Stefano Badami Organized Crime Figure. He was the first boss of what is now called the Decavalcante Organized Crime Family based in New Jersey. He ran the family until the 1930s, and was stabbed to death in a restaurant at 372 15th Avenue in Newark, New Jersey in 1955.  

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  • Stefano Ferrigno

    1900 - 1930

    Stefano Ferrigno (1900 - 1930)

    Organized Crime Figure. He was the Underboss of Manfredi “Al” Mineo, the Boss of one of the five Families in New York City during the late 1920s (today the Mineo Family is called the Gambino Family). He and Mineo were allies of Joe “The Boss” Masseria. Due to this alliance, they were both shot and […]

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  • Steffi Duna

    1910 - 1992

    Steffi Duna (1910 - 1992)

    Born Stephanie Berindey in Budapest of Czech extraction, Steffi Duna started dancing at the age of nine and first attracted attention as a thirteen-year-old ballet dancer in Europe. Duna made her first stage appearance performing dramatized fairy tales at the Children’s Theater of Budapest. Initially opposed to the idea, her father sent her to the […]

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  • Steffie Spira Spira-Ruschin

    1908 - 1995

    Steffie Spira Spira-Ruschin (1908 - 1995)

    German-Austrian actress, singer and comedienne. Spira performed on stage, and in films and television, starting in late 1920s until the 1990s. She also worked in East Germany. She was the daughter of famous Austrian actor Fritz Spira, and the sister of actress Camilla Spira. (bio by: Rudi Polt)

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  • Stella Adler

    1901 - 1992

    Stella Adler (1901 - 1992)

    Actress. She appeared in the motion pictures “My Girl Tisa” (1948), “Shadow of The Thin Man” (1941), and “Love On Toast” (1938), and appeared in the television series “Suspense” (1949 to 1954). She was a well-known acting teacher who used the Stanislavsky ‘Method’ of acting and a member of the famed Adler Yiddish theatre family […]

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  • Stella Moya

    1916 - 2003

    Stella Moya (1916 - 2003)

    Actress. Moya appeared in the films, “Underneath The Arches” as ‘Anna’ in 1937, “East Meets West” as ‘Tuleeka’ in 1936, “The Scarab Murder Case” as ‘Meryt Amen’ in 1936, and “Stormy Weather” as ‘Moya’ in 1936.  Family links:  Spouse:  Lopez Joseph Mantoux (1915 – 2004)* *Calculated relationship Inscription:Friend Forever

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  • Stella Razetto

    1880 - 1948

    Stella Razetto (1880 - 1948)

    Actress. Married to actor Edward LeSaint, Stella started on the stage with the Florence Roberts company in San Francisco. She then moved on to vaudeville in New York City and formed the “Stella Razeto and Company” group. Due to illness, she left the stage, eventually joining the Majestic Company where she played with Mabel Trunnelle […]

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  • Stephan William Burns

    1954 - 1990

    Stephan William Burns (1954 - 1990)

    Actor. A native of Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, Burns is probably best known for playing the role of Jack Cleary in the 1983 television miniseries, “The Thorn Birds”, which also starred Richard Chamberlain. He also played Deputy Brett Cueva in the television series, “240-Robert” in 1981. His other credits include the films, “Herbie Goes Bananas” (1980), […]

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  • Stephen Bosworth

    1939 - 2016

    Stephen Bosworth (1939 - 2016)

    Stephen Bosworth was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1939. He graduated with a B.A. in international relations (1961) and an honorary doctorate (1986) from Dartmouth College. He was also a graduate student at George Washington University. He has two brothers, Brian Bosworth (head of the corporation FutureWorks) and Barry Bosworth (involved in advertisement). Prior to […]

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  • Stephen Boyd

    1931 - 1977

    Stephen Boyd (1931 - 1977)

    Stephen Boyd Stephen Boyd was born William Millar on July 4, 1931, at Glengormley, Northern Ireland, one of nine children of Martha Boyd and Canadian truck driver James Alexander Millar, who worked for Fleming’s on Tomb Street in Belfast. He attended Glengormley & Ballyrobert primary school and then moved on to Ballyclare High School and […]

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  • Stephen Covey

    1932 - 2012

    Stephen Covey (1932 - 2012)

    Author, Professor. Covey, who earned a B.S. in business administration from the University of Utah, an MBA from Harvard University and a Doctor of Religious Education from Brigham Young University, was the best-selling author of ‘The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People’, ‘First Things First’, ‘The Speed of Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything’, […]

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  • Stephen Crane

    1871 - 1900

    Stephen Crane (1871 - 1900)

    Novelist,  Short-Story Writer,  Poet.  He is often called the first modern American author.  Although he died at the age of 28,  he produced a body of work that has won him an enduring place in his country’s literature.  Crane was initially hailed as a realist in fiction,  but there are elements of impressionism,  naturalism,  and […]

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  • Stephen D. Thorne

    1953 - 1986

    Stephen D. Thorne (1953 - 1986)

    American Astronaut. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in systems engineering from the United States Naval Academy in 1975. Upon graduation from the Naval Academy, Thorne entered flight training and received his wings in December 1976. Following training in the F-4 Phantom, he joined Fighter Squadron 21 and deployed to the Western Pacific aboard […]

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  • Stephen Davison Bechtel

    1900 - 1989

    Stephen Davison Bechtel (1900 - 1989)

    Industrialist. Born in Indiana to Warren A. and Clara Alice West Bechtel. Stephen, known lovingly as Steve, was raised in construction camps, his teenage years were spent working with the construction crews. He shipped out to serve his country after his graduation from high school with 19 months in World War I. He was a […]

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  • Stephen Dill Lee

    1833 - 1908

    Stephen Dill Lee (1833 - 1908)

    Civil War Confederate Lieutenant General, Educator. The youngest Lieutenant General of the Confederacy,  Stephen Dill Lee was born to Dr. Thomas Lee and Caroline Allison Lee on September 22, 1833, in Charleston, South Carolina.  He entered West Point at the age of 17 and graduated in 1854; he served in the U.S. Army in Texas, […]

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  • Stephen Dunham

    1964 - 2012

    Stephen Dunham (1964 - 2012)

    American Actor. Dunham, who acted in dozens of television shows and major films, was best known for his role as Edward Pillows in ‘DAG’ from 2000 to 2001. He graduated from The Brooks School outside Boston, and attended New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career […]

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  • Stephen Dunne

    1918 - 1977

    Stephen Dunne (1918 - 1977)

    Actor. He maintained a career on radio, films, and television from 1945 until 1973 and is remembered for his appearance in the films “Doll Face” (1945), “Colonel Effingham’s Raid” (1946), “The Woman from Tangier” (1948), and “The Big Sombrero” (1949). Born Francis Michael Dunne, he became interested in acting after graduating from high school and […]

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  • Stephen Edward Ambrose

    1936 - 2002

    Stephen Edward Ambrose (1936 - 2002)

    Author, Historian. Best selling author of over 30 books, Historian and History Teacher. Most remembered for his books on World War II, however he wrote on a variety of subjects in American History. He came to national prominence as the historical consultant for Steven Spielberg’s movie “Saving Private Ryan” and for when his book “Band […]

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  • Stephen Elliott

    1918 - 2005

    Stephen Elliott (1918 - 2005)

    From 1940 to 1942, Elliott studied acting with Sanford Meisner at New York’s Neighborhood Playhouse. After serving in World War II with the United States Merchant Marine, he started a successful career on Broadway with his debut in Shakespeare’s The Tempest; two years later, Elliott was selected by Robert Lewis to be one of The […]

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  • Stephen Foster

    1826 - 1864

    Stephen Foster (1826 - 1864)

    Foster attended private academies in Allegheny, Athens, and Towanda, Pennsylvania. He received an education in English grammar, diction, the classics, penmanship, Latin, Greek, and mathematics. In 1839, his elder brother William was serving his apprenticeship as an engineer at nearby Towanda and thought Stephen would benefit from being under his supervision. The site of the […]

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  • Stephen Furst

    1954 - 2017

    Stephen Furst (1954 - 2017)

    Stephen Furst worked as a pizza delivery driver while looking for acting jobs in the mid-1970s, and included his head shot in pizza boxes. After Matty Simmons saw his photo, Furst was cast as Flounder in National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978). He reprised this role in the 1979 spin-off series Delta House. Others include ‘Junior’ […]

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