• Michael Hinz

    1939 - 2008

    Michael Hinz (1939 - 2008)

    Michael Hinz (28 December 1939 – 6 November 2008) was a German actor. Hinz came from an acting family, his parents were Werner Hinz and Ehmi Bessel, both actors, as well as his brother Knut and half-sister Dinah. After growing up in Berlin and Hamburg, Hinz had his first theatrical role in 1958 in Terence Rattigan’s The […]

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  • Michael Hordern

    1911 - 1995

    Michael Hordern (1911 - 1995)

    Hordern was born in the Poplars, an 18th-century townhouse in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, the son of Margaret Emily (Murray) and Capt. Edward Joseph Calverly Hordern. He was educated at Windlesham House School and Brighton College, as was his elder brother Peter, who played rugby for Gloucester in the 1930s and was capped four times by England. […]

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  • Michael Hutchence

    1960 - 1977

    Michael Hutchence (1960 - 1977)

    Michael Hutchence Michael Kelland John Hutchence (22 January 1960 – 22 November 1997) was an Australian musician and actor. He was a founding member, lead singer and lyricist of rock band INXS from 1977 until his death in 1997. Hutchence was a member of short-lived pop rock group Max Q and recorded solo material which […]

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  • Michael Ibru

    1930 - 2016

    Michael Ibru (1930 - 2016)

    Michael Ibru was born to the family of Peter Ibru, a missionary worker, who also worked at the Igbobi Orthapaedic Hospital, Lagos. After secondary school, he joined the United African Company, as a management trainee. In 1956, a few years after joining U.A.C, he dropped out of the company and started a partnership, which he […]

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  • Michael Jackson

    1958 - 2009

    Michael Jackson (1958 - 2009)

    Michael Jackson He was called the “King of Pop,” and is best remembered for his revolutionary videos such as “Thriller” (1982), and “Dangerous” (1991), as well as two Guinness World Records: Most successful entertainer of all time (with 13 Grammy Awards, 13 Number One single hits in a solo career, and sales of over 750 […]

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  • Michael Jeter

    1952 - 2003

    Michael Jeter (1952 - 2003)

    Michael Jeter Jeter’s body was found in his Hollywood Hills home Sunday, publicist Dick Guttman said. Friends said they had communicated with him as recently as Saturday, Guttman added. An autopsy was planned to determine the cause of death. Guttman said Jeter, who was HIV-positive but had been in good health, apparently died of natural […]

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  • Michael John Smith

    1945 - 1986

    Michael John Smith (1945 - 1986)

    Astronaut. Mike Smith was the pilot of the ill-fated space shuttle Challenger. From the time he graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1967, he had an accomplished Navy career which lasted almost 20 years. He earned a Master of Science degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in 1968 and completed […]

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  • Michael Johns

    1978 - 2014

    Michael Johns (1978 - 2014)

    John Lee was born in Perth, Western Australia on 20 October 1978. As a teenager, he appeared as The Coachman in Pinocchio at the Regal Theatre and was a choir singer in Anything Goes at His Majesty’s Theatre. He attended Newman College in Perth. In 1997, John Lee moved to the United States on a […]

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  • Michael Landon

    1936 - 1991

    Michael Landon (1936 - 1991)

    Michael Landon Television actor. Born Eugene Maurice Orowitz on October 31, 1936, in Queens, New York. His father, Eli Maurice Orowitz, was an actor and movie theater manager. Mother Peggy O’Neill was an actress. The family moved to the suburb of Collingswood, New Jersey, where the young Eugene grew up. Orowitz spent most of his […]

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  • Michael Late Benedum

    1869 - 1959

    Michael Late Benedum (1869 - 1959)

    Oil Magnate, Philanthropist. After an early career selling milling machinery, he became involved in the oil industry with the South Penn Oil Company, an affiliate of Standard Oil. He reached the position of Assistant General Land Agent for South Penn in 1892, but left and founded the Benedum-Trees Oil Company in partnership with Joseph Trees. […]

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  • Michael Maggio

    1889 - 1959

    Michael Maggio (1889 - 1959)

    Organized Crime Figure. Old-time Mafia Don from Philadelphia, who was prominent from the 1920s until his death in 1959. He sponsored future Philadelphia Organized Crime Boss Angelo Bruno for membership into the Philadelphia Family during the 1930s. He died of natural causes at age 69.

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  • Michael Maltese

    1908 - 1981

    Michael Maltese (1908 - 1981)

    In 1941, Michael Maltese was hired by Leon Schlesinger Productions, which three years later became Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc. (Maltese had actually appeared on camera in the 1940 Porky Pig cartoon You Ought to Be in Pictures as a live-action guard at the Warner Bros. entrance gate, who winds up chasing the animated Porky around […]

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  • Michael Marks

    1970 - 1907

    Michael Marks (1970 - 1907)

    Michael Marks was born into a Polish-Jewish and Belarusian-Jewish family in Słonim, in the Grodno Governorate of the Russian Empire, now a town in Belarus. He emigrated to England around 1882 and moved to Leeds, where a company called Barran was known to employ Jewish refugees. He married Hannah Cohen at the Great Synagogue on […]

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  • Michael McLendon

    1980 - 2009

    Michael McLendon (1980 - 2009)

    Michael Kenneth McLendon (September 19, 1980 – March 10, 2009) was born in southern Alabama to Lisa McLendon (née White) and her husband. After his parents divorced, he was largely raised by his aunt and maternal uncle, Phyllis and James White, of Samson, Alabama. He attended local schools. An “A” student in high school, he […]

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  • Michael Oakeshott

    1901 - 1990

    Michael Oakeshott (1901 - 1990)

    Michael Oakeshott was the son of Francs Maude (Hellicar) and Joseph Francis Oakeshott, a civil servant and a major member of the Fabian Society. George Bernard Shaw was a friend. Michael Oakeshott attended St. George’s School, Harpenden from 1912 to 1920. He enjoyed his schooldays, and the Headmaster Cecil Grant later became a friend. During […]

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  • Michael Pate

    1920 - 2008

    Michael Pate (1920 - 2008)

    Initially interested in becoming a medical missionary, but unable to afford the university fees due to the Depression, he worked in Sydney before 1938, when he became a writer and broadcaster for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, collaborating with George Ivan Smith on Youth Speaks. For the remainder of the 1930s, he worked primarily in radio […]

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  • Michael Patrick “Little Pat” Bilon

    1947 - 1983

    Michael Patrick “Little Pat” Bilon (1947 - 1983)

    Actor. He is best remembered for his work on the 1982 film, “E.T.: The Extra Terrestial.” Along with another dwarf actor, Tamara De Treaux, he played the role of ‘E.T.’ as well as working on other projects on the film. He also appeared in the 1981 film, “Under The Rainbow.” He who stood only 2 […]

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  • Michael Philip Anderson

    1959 - 2003

    Michael Philip Anderson (1959 - 2003)

    United States Astronaut. 43 years old, and a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force, he was chosen as an astronaut in 1994. He was a Payload Commander on the Space Shuttle Columbia. On February 1, 2003 NASA lost all communication and radar contact with the shuttle just minutes before a 9:16AM scheduled landing […]

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  • Michael Powell

    1905 - 1990

    Michael Powell (1905 - 1990)

    Michael Powell entered the film industry in 1925 through working with director Rex Ingram at the Victorine Studios in Nice, France (the contact with Ingram was made through Powell’s father, who owned a hotel in Nice). He first started out as a general studio hand, the proverbial “gofer”: sweeping the floor, making coffee, fetching and […]

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  • Michael Ritchie

    1938 - 2001

    Michael Ritchie (1938 - 2001)

    Ritchie was born in Waukesha, Wisconsin, the son of Patricia (née Graney) and Benbow Ferguson Ritchie. His family later moved to Berkeley, California, where his father was a professor of experimental psychology at the University of California at Berkeley and his mother was the art and music librarian for the city. He attended Berkeley High […]

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  • Michael Ruppert

    1951 - 2014

    Michael Ruppert (1951 - 2014)

    Michael Ruppert (February 3, 1951 – April 13, 2014) was an American investigative journalist best known as the editor of the newsletter From The Wilderness (1999-2006) and author of the 2004 book Crossing The Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil. After graduating with honours in Political Science […]

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  • Michael Sarrazin

    1940 - 2011

    Michael Sarrazin (1940 - 2011)

    He was born Jacques Michel André Sarrazin in Quebec City, Quebec, and moved to Montreal, Quebec, as a child. After acting in school plays he landed his first professional role at age 17. Sarrazin worked on television productions in Toronto, Ontario, and then gained a contract with Universal Studios. His early appearances include The Virginian (1965), […]

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  • Michael Sheard

    1938 - 2005

    Michael Sheard (1938 - 2005)

    Sheard was born in Aberdeen, Scotland; the son of a church minister, and was trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. During his national service, Sheard was a Royal Air Force aircraft man. Sheard had a lengthy affiliation with science fiction, and appeared in six televised stories of the BBC science fiction television […]

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  • Michael Smith

    1945 - 1986

    Michael Smith (1945 - 1986)

    Michael Smith was born April 30, 1945, in Beaufort, North Carolina. He graduated from Beaufort High School in 1963, and went on to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Naval Science from the United States Naval Academy in 1967. He subsequently attended the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California, from which he graduated […]

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  • Michael Vincente Gazzo

    1923 - 1995

    Michael Vincente Gazzo (1923 - 1995)

    Actor and Playwright. Films include “The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight” (1971), “Black Sunday” (1977), “Cannonball Run II” (1984), “Cookie” (1989), and his best known role as Frankie Pentangeli in “The Godfather” trilogy of movies. (bio by: Ginny M) Cause of death: Stroke

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  • Michael Wayne Richard

    1959 - 2007

    Michael Wayne Richard (1959 - 2007)

    Michael Wayne Richard (August 24, 1959 – September 25, 2007) was convicted of rape and murder whose execution gained notoriety due to controversies regarding procedural problems related to the timing of the execution. Richard admitted he was involved in the murder and offered to help find the murder weapon. Police found the weapon and testing […]

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  • Michael Weiner

    1961 - 2013

    Michael Weiner (1961 - 2013)

    Michael S. Weiner (December 21, 1961 – November 21, 2013) was an executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association. He assumed the role on June 22, 2009, replacing Donald Fehr, becoming only the fifth executive director of the union. Weiner joined the organization in September 1988 and had been general counsel since 2004. […]

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  • Michael Wilding

    1912 - 1979

    Michael Wilding (1912 - 1979)

    Born in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England, and educated at Christ’s Hospital, Michael Wilding was a successful commercial artist when he joined the art department of a London film studio in 1933. He soon embarked on an acting career. He appeared in numerous British films, often opposite Anna Neagle, but had a less productive career in Hollywood. His […]

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  • Michael Zaslow

    1944 - 1998

    Michael Zaslow (1944 - 1998)

    Zaslow was born in Inglewood, California. He played Dick Hart on the CBS soap opera Search for Tomorrow and Dr. Peter Chernak on Love Is a Many Splendored Thing. He also played David Renaldi on ABC’s One Life to Live from 1983 to 1986, and in 1998. Zaslow was also a writer for the NBC […]

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  • Michel Auclair

    1922 - 1988

    Michel Auclair (1922 - 1988)

    Actor. Born as Vladimir Vujovic in Koblenz, Germany, he made his screen debut in Jean Cocteau’s classic “La Belle et la Bête” (“Beauty and the Beast”,  1946). He also worked in the United States, notably in “Funny Face” (1957),  with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire. Auclair appeared in over 100 films, among them “Les Maudits” […]

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