• Anton Dominik Fernkorn

    1813 - 1878

    Anton Dominik Fernkorn (1813 - 1878)

    Sculptor. Born in Erfurt near Leipzig,  Anton studied sculpture under the sculptors Johann Baptist Stiglmaier and Ludwig Michael Schwanthaler in Munich, in 1836 to 1840. His first sculptural project, “Saint George and the Dragon” for the courtyard of the Montenuovo palace, attracted attention, and the Austrian government appointed him director of the imperial bronze foundry […]

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  • Anton Hubert Fischer

    1840 - 1912

    Anton Hubert Fischer (1840 - 1912)

    Anton Hubert Fischer (Antonius Fischer) (30 May 1840, in Jülich, Rhine Province – 30 July 1912, in Neuenahr) was a Roman Catholic Archbishop of Cologne and Cardinal. The son of a professor, he was educated at the Friedrich Wilhelm Gymnasium at Cologne, making his theological studies at the University of Bonn and the Academy of Münster. […]

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  • Anton Hulman, Jr

    1901 - 1977

    Anton Hulman, Jr (1901 - 1977)

    Businessman. Yale-educated, he inherited a multimillion-dollar company, Hulman and Company, when his father died in 1942. “Clabber Girl” baking soda was one of its premier products. He is best remembered for having been persuaded by Wilbur Shaw to purchase the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which had fallen into disrepair during an inactive period during World War […]

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  • Anton Hulman, Sr

    1864 - 1942

    Anton Hulman, Sr (1864 - 1942)

    Father of Anton Hulman Jr. He willed Hulman & Co., a multimillion-dollar business, to his son, who was also a successful businessman and generous philanthropist, and who is best remembered for purchasing and resurrecting the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which had fallen into disrepair through inactivity during World War Two, and developing the Indianapolis 500 into […]

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  • Anton Otto Fischer

    1882 - 1962

    Anton Otto Fischer (1882 - 1962)

    Acclaimed Illustrator for the Saturday Evening Post. During World War II, was given the rank of “artist laureate” for the United States Coast Guard. The resulting pictures are now in the Coast Guard Academy at New London, Connecticut. In 1947, Fischer wrote and illustrated a book about his sailing years entitled, Fo’c’sle Days. His paintings […]

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  • Anton Rodgers

    1933 - 2007

    Anton Rodgers (1933 - 2007)

    Rodgers was born in London, the son of Leonore (née Wood) and William Robert Rodgers. His early education was at Westminster School. Later he was educated at the Italia Conti Academy and LAMDA. He appeared on stage from the age of 14. He was well known for his television performances, specifically his long-running roles in […]

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  • Anton Webern

    1883 - 1945

    Anton Webern (1883 - 1945)

    Anton Friedrich Wilhelm (von) Webern (German: [ˈantɔn ˈveːbɐn]; 3 December 1883 – 15 September 1945) was an Austrian composer and conductor. Along with his mentor Arnold Schoenberg and his colleague Alban Berg, Webern was at the core among those within and more peripheral to the circle of the Second Viennese School, including Ernst Krenek and Theodor […]

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  • Antoni Clavé

    1913 - 2005

    Antoni Clavé (1913 - 2005)

    Artist. He was born in Barcelona (Spain) and died in Saint Tropez (France). He was forced to exiled after Spanish Civil War, and he moved to France, where was one of the founders of Spanish École de Paris. His works was included in abstract and expressionist style. He was disciple of valencian painter José Mongrell. […]

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  • Antoni Gaudi

    1852 - 1926

    Antoni Gaudi (1852 - 1926)

    The great Spanish architect studying and creating mostly in Barcelona. His most famous work is the cathedral Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, starting at 1886 and still not completed. His surrealist buildings had a formative influence on the whole picture of Barcelona. On occasion he had expressed a desire to die in a hospital among the […]

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  • Antoni Tàpies

    1923 - 2012

    Antoni Tàpies (1923 - 2012)

    The son of Josep Tàpies i Mestre and Maria Puig i Guerra, Antoni Tàpies Puig was born in Barcelona on December 13, 1923. His father was a lawyer and Catalan nationalist who served briefly with the Republican government. At 17, Tàpies suffered a near-fatal heart attack caused by tuberculosis. He spent two years as a […]

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  • Antonie Dixon

    1968 - 2009

    Antonie Dixon (1968 - 2009)

    Antonie Dixon attacked both of his partners, Renee Gunbie and Simonne Butler, with a Samurai sword at Pipiroa on 21 January 2003. Before the sword broke, Gunbie’s left hand was completely severed and both of Butler’s arms were partially severed. After stealing a vehicle and travelling to Auckland, Dixon fatally shot James Te Aute in […]

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  • Antonin Artaud

    1896 - 1948

    Antonin Artaud (1896 - 1948)

    Writer, Actor. Born in Marseille, France, he was a French playwright, actor and theatre director. In 1920, he moved to Paris to pursue a career as a writer and soon started performing on the stage. He soon gained an interest in cinema and wrote the scenario for the first Surrealist film, “The Seashell and the […]

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  • Antonio “Totò” de Curtis

    1898 - 1967

    Antonio “Totò” de Curtis (1898 - 1967)

    Noted Italian-born Screen Actor. He created the role of Totò. He is remembered for films such as “L’Allegro Fantasma” (1941), “Il Ratto delle Sabine” (1945), “Totò le Mokò” (1946), “Dov`è la Libertá” (1952), “I Tre Ladri” (1954), “Totò, Peppino e le Fanatiche” (1958), “Le Belle Famiglie” (1964), and “Capriccio all’italiana” (1967). (bio by: José L […]

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  • Antonio Aguilar Barraza

    1919 - 2007

    Antonio Aguilar Barraza (1919 - 2007)

    Aguilar was born José Pascual Antonio Aguilar Márquez Barraza in Villanueva, Zacatecas, the son of Jesús Aguilar Aguilar and Ángela Márquez Barraza Valle, both of Villanueva.  He spent his early childhood in “La Casa Grande de Tayahua”, an hacienda first built in 1596 in the town of Tayahua, about 35 km from Villanueva. Aguilar’s ancestors […]

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  • Antonio Aliberti

    1938 - 2000

    Antonio Aliberti (1938 - 2000)

    Author. He wrote 18 poems books, among them are “Límites Posibles,” “Cuartos Contiguos,” “Delicado Equilibrio” and “Incierta Vocación.” He also wrote five essays books and several anthologies.  (bio by: 380W)

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  • Antonio Ascari

    1888 - 1925

    Antonio Ascari (1888 - 1925)

    Antonio Ascari (15 September 1888 – 26 July 1925) was an Italian Grand Prix motor racing champion. Antonio Ascari was born near Mantua, but in the Veneto region of Italy, as the son of a corn dealer. He began racing cars at the top levels in Italy in 1919, using a modified 1914 Fiat. Along with […]

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  • Antonio Berni

    1905 - 1981

    Antonio Berni (1905 - 1981)

    Famed painter, engraver and sculptor. One of the founders of the Argentine new realism. (bio by: 380W)  Family links:  Children:  Lily Berni (1930 – 2013)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Antonio Buero Vallejo

    1916 - 2000

    Antonio Buero Vallejo (1916 - 2000)

    Author. One of the most importants dramatist in the 20th Century, he won the Cervantes Award. He is remembered for his books “Historia de una Escalera,” “La Erdiente Oscuridad,” “La Tejedora de Sueños,” “El tragaluz,” “La Llegada de los Dioses,” “Jueces en la Noche” and “La Fundación.” (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)

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  • Antonio Canova

    1757 - 1822

    Antonio Canova (1757 - 1822)

    Italian sculptor.Antonio Canova, born in Possagno, in the Republic of Venice on 1 November 1757, was considered the greatest sculpture of his time in Europe.  His father died when he was three and his mother remarried, sending him to live with his paternal grandparents.  His grandfather, Pasino Canova, was an accomplished stonecutter and sculptor and […]

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  • Antonio Cárdenas Guillén

    1962 - 2010

    Antonio Cárdenas Guillén (1962 - 2010)

    Antonio Ezequiel Cárdenas Guillén was born on 5 March 1962 in El Mezquital ranch in the border city of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico. As a teenager, Antonio Ezequiel and his brother Osiel earned their living by washing cars at the headquarters of the Federal Judicial Police in their hometown. By the late 1980s, Cárdenas Guillén started […]

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  • Antonio Casal

    1910 - 1974

    Antonio Casal (1910 - 1974)

    Actor. He was born in Santiago de Compostela, La Coruña, Galicia, Spain. He began his career like others actors of his times on the stage, appearing in “La del Manojo de Rosas” and “La Madre Guapa” with María Fernanda Ladrón De Guevara. Soon, he entered in cinema and become a star in the 40s, often […]

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  • Antonio Cincotta

    1875 - 1915

    Antonio Cincotta (1875 - 1915)

    Organized Crime Figure. He was a Mafia Blackhand Leader in New York City whom attempted to extort $15,000 from opera star Enrico Caruso in 1910. Cincotta was arrested when he went to pick up the extortion money at a drop in Brooklyn. He was convicted of extortion and sent to prison until December 1914. Cincotta […]

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  • Antonio Cisneros

    1942 - 2012

    Antonio Cisneros (1942 - 2012)

    Poet, Author. His works include “Exile” (1961), “David” (1962), “Royal Commentaries” (1964), “The water doesn’t have to drink” (1971), “As a fig tree on a golf course” (1972) , “The book of God and the Hungarians” (1978), “The immense celestial questions” (1992), “A cruise to Galapagos Islands” (2005) and “Diary of a hospitalized diabetic” (2010). […]

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  • Antonio de la Gandara

    1861 - 1917

    Antonio de la Gandara (1861 - 1917)


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  • Antônio Ermírio de Moraes

    1928 - 2014

    Antônio Ermírio de Moraes (1928 - 2014)

    Antônio Ermírio de Moraes (June 4, 1928 – August 24, 2014) was a Brazilian businessman who was the chairman of the Votorantim Group; one of the country’s largest companies, specialized in metals, paper, cement and frozen orange juice. He was the grandfather of IndyCar Series driver Mario Moraes. Moraes was also the president of the […]

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  • Antonio Garisa

    1916 - 1989

    Antonio Garisa (1916 - 1989)

    Noted Spanish Stage and Screen Actor. He began his career on stage, often in comedic roles. His first film was “Esa Pareja Feliz” (1951). He also appeared in “Los Ladrones Somos Gente Honrada” (1956), “Vampiresas 1930” (1961), “La Venganza de don Mendo” (1961), “Los Derechos de la Mujer” (1962), “Historias de la Televisión” (1965), “El […]

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  • Antonio Lamer

    1933 - 2007

    Antonio Lamer (1933 - 2007)

    Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.  Born Joseph Antonio Charles Lamer in Montreal,  he served in the Royal Canadian Artillery from 1950 to 1954 and the Canadian Intelligence Corps from 1954 to 1960. He was educated at College de Saint-Laurent and University of Montreal. After his call to the Bar of Quebec in […]

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  • Antonio Lombardo

    1891 - 1928

    Antonio Lombardo (1891 - 1928)

    Chicago gangster. Valued advisor of Al Capone. He became Capone’s consigliere after Johnny Torrio retired in 1927.

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  • Antonio Moreno

    1887 - 1967

    Antonio Moreno (1887 - 1967)

    Born Antonio Garrido Monteagudo in Madrid, Spain, he emigrated to the United States at the age of fourteen and settled in Massachusetts, where he completed his education. Although he claimed to have attended Williston Seminary in Easthampton, Massachusetts, the Archives of the school, now the Williston Northampton School, have no record of his having done […]

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  • Antoñita Colomé

    1911 - 2005

    Antoñita Colomé (1911 - 2005)

    Actress. Considered one of the most important actresses in the cinema of the 2nd Spanish Republic, she is remembered for her films “Un Caballero de Frac” (1931), “El Hombre que se Reía del Amor” (1932), “El Negro que Tenía el Alma Blanca” (1934), “El Malvado Carabel” (1935), “La Señorita de Trévelez” (1936), “Héroe a la […]

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