• Patti Brill

    1923 - 1963

    Patti Brill (1923 - 1963)

    American actress in several motion pictures of the 1940s and 50s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Patti Jerome

    1925 - 2000

    Patti Jerome (1925 - 2000)

    American screen and television actress of the 1970s and 80s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Patti Page

    1927 - 2013

    Patti Page (1927 - 2013)

    Clara Ann Fowler (November 8, 1927 – January 1, 2013), known by her professional name Patti Page, was an American singer of traditional pop music. She was the top-charting female vocalist and best-selling female artist of the 1950s, selling over 100 million records during a six decade long career. She was often introduced as “the […]

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  • Pattillo Higgins

    1863 - 1955

    Pattillo Higgins (1863 - 1955)

    Texas Oil Pioneer. He was known as, “The prophet of Spindletop.” As a young man, he was often in trouble and wounds from one fight even caused him to lose his left arm. In 1886, he started a company in Beaumont, Texas that made bricks. He learned how some industries were using oil rather than […]

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  • Patty Duke

    1946 - 2016

    Patty Duke (1946 - 2016)

    Patty Duke Her son, actor Sean Aston (Lord of the Rings, Rudy) says he wouldn’t be the man he is today without her. “I am who I am today because of my mom. She was told not to have me. She had me anyway and together we were a team, it was us against the […]

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  • Paul “Pesach’ke” Burstein

    1896 - 1986

    Paul “Pesach’ke” Burstein (1896 - 1986)

    Actor. A matinee idol of Yiddish Theatre, he was brought to the United States in 1924 by Boris Thomashefsky. Renowned for his unique whistling, he was a popular Columbia recording artist in the 1920s and 1930s.  Family links:  Spouse:  Lillian Lux Burstein (1918 – 2005)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Paul “Pitchin’ Paul” Arizin

    1928 - 2006

    Paul “Pitchin’ Paul” Arizin (1928 - 2006)

    Hall of Fame Professional Basketball Player. In 1996, he was named to the NBA’s All-Time 50 Greatest Players List. For ten seasons (1950 to 1952, 1954 to 1962), he played at the forward and center positions in the National Basketball Association with the Philadelphia Warriors. Born Paul Joseph Arizin, he attended LaSalle High School, at […]

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  • Paul “Skinny” D’Amato

    1970 - 1984

    Paul “Skinny” D’Amato (1970 - 1984)

    Organized Crime Figure. Known as “Mr. Atlantic City”, he was the owner of the 500 Club in Atlantic City, New Jersey from the 1930’s until the club burned down in 1973. The 500 Club was a front for an illegal gambling operation providing slot machines, baccarat, craps, roulette, and blackjack. To draw gamblers, he had […]

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  • Paul A. Guilfoyle

    1902 - 1961

    Paul A. Guilfoyle (1902 - 1961)

    Actor. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, he was a veteran performer in many films and a director for many television series. He made his big screen debut in “The Skull Murder Mystery” (1932), followed by “Special Agent” (1934). Some of his most memorable roles were in the films “Winterset” (1936), “The Grapes of Wrath” […]

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  • Paul Almond

    1931 - 2015

    Paul Almond (1931 - 2015)

    Paul Almond attended Bishop’s College School, McGill University and Balliol College, Oxford University, where he read Philosophy, Politics, Economics, edited the University magazine Isis played for the Oxford University Ice Hockey Club and was president of the university Poetry Society. At the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, he worked primarily as a director and producer, and also wrote […]

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  • Paul Almond

    1931 - 2015

    Paul Almond (1931 - 2015)

    Canadian Television and Motion Picture Screenwriter, Director, Producer, and Novelist. He attended Bishop’s College School, McGill University and Balliol College, Oxford University, where he read Philosophy, Politics, Economics, edited the University magazine Isis played for the Oxford University Ice Hockey Club and was president of the university Poetry Society. At the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, he […]

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  • Paul Anderson

    1932 - 2005

    Paul Anderson (1932 - 2005)

    Professional Football Player. A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, he played football for the Hilltop Football Club, and the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders from 1953 to 1958. He also coached the Regina Rams. He passed away at the age of 72. (bio by: K)

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  • Paul Arizin

    1928 - 2006

    Paul Arizin (1928 - 2006)

    After being selected by the Warriors with their first pick in the 1950 NBA draft, Paul Arizin averaged 17.2 points per game in his rookie season and was named NBA Rookie of the Year — a designation not currently sanctioned by the NBA for the 1950-51 season. He became one of the greatest NBA players […]

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  • Paul Bartel

    1938 - 2000

    Paul Bartel (1938 - 2000)

    Bartel was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Jesse and William Bartel, who was an advertising executive. Bartel was openly gay; this influenced his career choice, as he found himself more accepted and afforded more opportunities within the independent film industry than he would have in Hollywood. In 1979, he was a member of […]

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  • Paul Bearer

    1954 - 2013

    Paul Bearer (1954 - 2013)

    Paul Bearer Professional Wrestling/Entertainment Manager. Born William Alvin Moody, he will most likely be remembered by his ring names ‘Paul Bearer’ and ‘Percival Pringle III’, as a professional wrestling manager for World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) and World Wrestling Federation (WWF—later WWE). As a teenager, he became involved in wrestling as a ringside photographer and […]

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  • Paul Belmondo

    1898 - 1982

    Paul Belmondo (1898 - 1982)

    Sculptor. Paul was born in Algiers into a poor family. His early schooling was at Dordor in Algiers. Passionate about art and design, he began carving at the age of 13 years. He studied architecture at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Algiers, but his studies were interrupted by the First World War.  A grant from […]

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  • Paul Benedict

    1938 - 2008

    Paul Benedict (1938 - 2008)

    Benedict was born in Silver City, New Mexico, the son of Alma Marie (née Loring), a journalist, and Mitchell M. Benedict, a doctor. He grew up in Massachusetts. As a young man, he suffered from acromegaly, a pituitary disorder that affects the extremities and face, which accounted for his slightly oversized jaw and large nose. Benedict […]

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  • Paul Bern

    1889 - 1932

    Paul Bern (1889 - 1932)

    Paul Bern was born Paul Levy in Wandsbek, which was then a town in the Prussian province of Schleswig-Holstein (now a district of the city of Hamburg). He was one of six children of Julius and Henriette (née Hirsch) Levy, a Jewish couple. Julius worked as a clerk for a shipping company before opening a […]

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  • Paul Blair

    1944 - 2013

    Paul Blair (1944 - 2013)

    Blair was born in Cushing, Oklahoma but grew up in Los Angeles where he attended Manual Arts High School. An accomplished athlete, he played basketball, baseball and track while a student. Blair was originally signed by the New York Mets as an amateur free agent in 1961. After spending the 1962 season in their farm […]

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  • Paul Bonwit

    1862 - 1939

    Paul Bonwit (1862 - 1939)

    Businessman. He founded the former department store Bonwitt Teller in New York City.  Family links:  Spouse:  Rebecca Woolf Bonwit (1869 – 1934)*  Children:  Harold Woolf Bonwit (1896 – 1950)*  Walter Bernard Bonwit (1901 – 1984)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Paul Bonwit

    1862 - 1939

    Paul Bonwit (1862 - 1939)

    Businessman. He founded the former department store Bonwitt Teller in New York City.  Family links:  Spouse:  Rebecca Woolf Bonwit (1869 – 1934)*  Children:  Harold Woolf Bonwit (1896 – 1950)*  Walter Bernard Bonwit (1901 – 1984)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Paul Bourget

    1852 - 1935

    Paul Bourget (1852 - 1935)

    Writer. Born in Amiens, France, he was a novelist known as a master of psychology in the pre-World War I period. He began his career as a poet, then went on to publish his early novels, such as “Cruelle Énigme” (1885), “Un Crime d’amour” (1886) and “André Cornélis” (1887). Bourget’s most noted novel “Le Disciple” […]

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  • Paul Bowles

    1910 - 1999

    Paul Bowles (1910 - 1999)

    American Author. He lived in Tangier (Morocco) from 1947 and remained as an artist who evoked an atmosphere of dark, arabian streets, hashish and drug-induced visions. He is best remembered for his book “The Sheltering Sky,” filmed by Bernardo Bertolucci.  He was also a composer, and in 1936 he wrote a musical score for Orson […]

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  • Paul Brinkman

    1918 - 2003

    Paul Brinkman (1918 - 2003)

    Actor. Born in San Francisco, California, he was a contract performer for Warner and Columbia Studios under the name of Paul Brooks when he made his big screen debut in “The Dough Girls” (1944). His other film credits include “Those Endearing Young Charms” (1945), plus many short reel features such as “Double Honeymoon” (1945),  “What, […]

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  • Paul Burke

    1926 - 2009

    Paul Burke (1926 - 2009)

    Burke was born in New Orleans, the son of Santa Maria (Palermo) and Martin Joseph “Marty” Burke, a boxer who fought Gene Tunney and later owned a restaurant and a nightclub known as “Marty Burke’s” in the New Orleans French Quarter. He was of Irish and Italian descent. After training at the Pasadena Playhouse, Burke’s film […]

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  • Paul Byron

    1888 - 1959

    Paul Byron (1888 - 1959)

    Actor. He appeared in the films, “Good-For-Nothing Gallagher” (1917), “Heart Strings” (1917), “A Child Of Mystery” (1916), “The Heritage Of Hate” (1916), “The Moving Finger” (1916), “The Black Sheep Of The Family” (1916), “Ashes Of Remembrance” (1916), “The Seekers” (1916), “The Other Half” (1916), “The Flirt (1916), “For The Defense” (1916), and “The Second In […]

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  • Paul Cabet

    1815 - 1970

    Paul Cabet (1815 - 1970)

    Sculptor. He studied at the art school of Dijon. Thereafter, he entered the studio of François Rude in 1834 and joined the Ecole des Beaux-Arts the following year. He works for a decade in the work of Rude . He even takes responsibility for the workshop Rude when he left for Italy in 1843.  After […]

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  • Paul Carr

    1934 - 2006

    Paul Carr (1934 - 2006)

    Carr was born and raised in Marrero, Louisiana. As a teenager, he had an interest in both music and acting. After a short stint in the United States Marine Corps during his late teens, Carr launched his acting career with a role in a New Orleans production of Herman Melville’s Billy Budd. By the middle 1950s, […]

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  • Paul Castellano

    1915 - 1985

    Paul Castellano (1915 - 1985)

    Paul Castellano Castellano was born in Brooklyn on June 26th, 1915. His father was a butcher who also operated an Italian gambling game for the locals. Paul was late Mafia boss Carlo Gambino’s younger cousin, and his sister, Catherine, was Gambino’s wife. Castellano operated several lucrative meat businesses in the 1950s and his control over […]

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  • Paul Cavanagh

    1888 - 1964

    Paul Cavanagh (1888 - 1964)

    Actor in 115 films including: “A Bill of Divorcement,” “Tarzan and His Mate,” “Maisie Goes to Reno,” “The Babe Ruth Story,” “Charade” and “Francis in the Haunted House.” (bio by: TLS)

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