• Nicole DeHuff

    1975 - 2005

    Nicole DeHuff (1975 - 2005)

    DeHuff was born in Antlers, Oklahoma, and raised in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She began her acting career by earning a bachelor’s degree in drama from Carnegie Mellon University. She would also meet and later marry executive producer and director Ari Palitz, whom she met at Carnegie Mellon. DeHuff landed her first big […]

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  • Nicole Maurey

    1925 - 2016

    Nicole Maurey (1925 - 2016)

    Actress. Born outside of Paris, her father was an architect, Nicole shared her mother’s love for literature and a fondness for the theatre. A sickly child, she was afflicted with scarlet fever and inflammation of the kidneys, which required her to be home schooled during her youth. She initially took ballet lessons but gravitated towards […]

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  • Nicoletta Machiavelli

    1944 - 2015

    Nicoletta Machiavelli (1944 - 2015)

    Actress. She had a successful run in both Italian and French films during the 1960s and 1970s. Born to an Italian father and American mother, she was a descendant of Italian historian and author Niccolo Machiavelli, she spoke both Italian and English fluently. Raised in Florence, she studied Art and Painting, prior to making her […]

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  • Nicolette Goulet

    1956 - 2008

    Nicolette Goulet (1956 - 2008)

    Nicolette Goulet (June 9, 1956 – April 17, 2008) was a Canadian-American film, television and musical theatre actress. Goulet got her start in acting on the television series Ryan’s Hope with the role of Mary Ryan Fenelli in 1979. She was the fourth actress to portray the character. She also appeared on three other soaps: Search […]

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  • Nicolette Larson

    1952 - 1997

    Nicolette Larson (1952 - 1997)

    Singer. She was a popular singer best known for her 1978 cover of Neil Young’s song “Lotta Love”. She was acclaimed Female Vocalist of 1978 by Rolling Stone Magazine and followed with the hit single “Four Strong Winds”. Shifting her style to country music, she toured with various artists and had a Top 40 country […]

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  • Nicolino Locche

    1939 - 2005

    Nicolino Locche (1939 - 2005)

    Nicolino Locche Born September 2, 1939 in Tunuyan, Mendoza, Argentina. Nicolino Locche renowned for his uncanny defensive tactics, Locche’s extraordinary reflexes and ability to feint earned him the nickname “El Intocable” (The Untouchable).   Following a tremendous amateur career, in which he lost only 5 of 122 bouts, Locche turned pro in 1958. In 1961 […]

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  • Niels Bohr

    1885 - 1962

    Niels Bohr (1885 - 1962)

    Niels Henrik David Bohr (Danish: [ne̝ls ˈb̥oɐ̯ˀ]; 7 October 1885 – 18 November 1962) was a Danish physicist who made foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum theory, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922. Bohr was also a philosopher and a promoter of scientific research. Niels Bohr developed the […]

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  • Niels Henrik Abel

    1802 - 1829

    Niels Henrik Abel (1802 - 1829)

    Niels Henrik Abel was born in Nedstrand, Norway, as the second child of Søren Georg Abel and Anne Marie Simonsen. When he was born, the family was living at a rectory on Finnøy. Much suggests that Niels Henrik was born in the neighboring parish, as his parents were guests of the bailiff in Nedstrand in […]

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  • Nien Cheng

    1915 - 2009

    Nien Cheng (1915 - 2009)

    Author. The survivor of more than six years of torture in a Red Chinese prison, she wrote a best-selling account of her experiences. Raised in a wealthy family, she studied at the London School of Economics where in 1935 she met her future husband, Kang-chi Cheng (deceased 1957). Following their marriage, the couple worked in […]

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  • Nigel Balchin

    1908 - 1970

    Nigel Balchin (1908 - 1970)

    Acclaimed Author. Born in Potterne in Wiltshire, the youngest son of a shop owner. He was educated at Dauntsey’s School in the nearby town of Devizes and at Peterhouse in Cambridge, where he obtained a First Class Honours degree in Natural Sciences. His first job was as a consultant to Rowntree’s Chocolate in York, where […]

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  • Nigel Bruce

    1895 - 1953

    Nigel Bruce (1895 - 1953)

    Nigel Bruce was the second son of Sir William Waller Bruce, 10th Baronet (1856–1912) and his wife Angelica, Lady Bruce (died 1917), daughter of General George Selby, Royal Artillery. Bruce was born in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, while his parents were on holiday there. His older brother was the author and adventurer Sir Michael Bruce, […]

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  • Nigel Davenport

    1928 - 2013

    Nigel Davenport (1928 - 2013)

    Nigel Davenport was born in Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire, to Katherine Lucy (née Meiklejohn) and Arthur Henry Davenport. His father was a bursar at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. He grew up in an academic family and was educated at St Peter’s School, Seaford, Cheltenham College and Trinity College, Oxford. Originally he chose to study Philosophy, Politics […]

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  • Nigel De Brulier

    1877 - 1948

    Nigel De Brulier (1877 - 1948)

    Actor in 107 films from 1914 to 1943 including: “The Romance of Tarzan” (silent), “The Three Musketeers” (silent), “Ben Hur” (silent), “The Gaucho” (silent), “Charlie Chan in Egypt,” “Zorro Rides Again,” “The Hounds of the Baskervilles,” “Tower of London,” and “One Million B.C.” (bio by: TLS)

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  • Nigel Green

    1924 - 1972

    Nigel Green (1924 - 1972)

    The son of a professor, Nigel Green attended King’s College School, Wimbledon and the University of London followed by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. During the Second World War, he trained as an Observer in the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm. He appeared on stage at the Old Vic before making his first forays into […]

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  • Nikolai Batalov

    1899 - 1937

    Nikolai Batalov (1899 - 1937)

    Actor. Charismatic Soviet star of stage and screen. From 1916 he was a fixture of the Moscow Art Theatre troupe, making a name for himself in its Second Theatre under the direction of Mikhail Chekhov. His greatest triumphs were in the long-running production of Vsevolod Ivanov’s “Armored Train 14-69” (1926) and in the title role […]

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  • Nikolai Cherkasov

    1903 - 1966

    Nikolai Cherkasov (1903 - 1966)

    Actor. Last name also spelled Cherkassov. One of the most popular Russian movie stars of his era, he won international fame for playing the title roles in director Sergei Eisenstein’s classics “Alexander Nevsky” (1938) and “Ivan the Terrible Parts I and II” (1944-1946). His rugged charisma led Western critics to dub him “The Russian Gary […]

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  • Nikolai Petrovich Glushchenko

    1901 - 1977

    Nikolai Petrovich Glushchenko (1901 - 1977)

    Artist.

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  • Nikolay Alexandrovich Annenkov

    1899 - 1999

    Nikolay Alexandrovich Annenkov (1899 - 1999)

    Actor. He was born in Inzhaviono, Russia. He become one of the leading actors of the Russian stage, and was named People’s Artist of the USSR in 1960. His career spanned from 1922 to his death in 1999, appearing in more than 200 roles with the Maly Theater. In cinema, he appeared in “Giber Orla” […]

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  • Nils Dardel

    1888 - 1943

    Nils Dardel (1888 - 1943)

    Painter. Full name Nils Elias Christoffer von Dardel. A leading Post-Impressionist, his original style was inspired by folk art, the pure colors of the Fauves, and by Japanese woodcuts.  Born in Bettna,  Sweden,  he studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Art and settled in Paris in 1910.  He was married to painter Thora Dardel […]

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  • Nina Bawden

    1925 - 2012

    Nina Bawden (1925 - 2012)

    Author. Born Nina Mary Mabey, she wrote more than 40 books and was best-known for her novel “Carrie’s War” (1973), based on her World War II childhood experiences in England. As a young woman she studied politics, philosophy and economics at Oxford, before publishing her early novels about adult gothics and mysteries in 1950s. By […]

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  • Nina Borget

    1909 - 1997

    Nina Borget (1909 - 1997)

    Actress. Her films include “Marie Galante” (1934), “Till We Meet Again” (1944), “The Blue Dahlia” (1946), “That Forsythe Woman” (1949), “Funny Face” (1957).  Nina’s headstone reads: Countess Nina de Ravenne. Sister of actors Raymond and Charles De Ravenne and Arthur Dulac. (bio by: TLS)

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  • Nina Borget

    1909 - 1997

    Nina Borget (1909 - 1997)

    Actress. Her films include “Marie Galante” (1934), “Till We Meet Again” (1944), “The Blue Dahlia” (1946), “That Forsythe Woman” (1949), “Funny Face” (1957).  Nina’s headstone reads: Countess Nina de Ravenne. Sister of actors Raymond and Charles De Ravenne and Arthur Dulac. (bio by: TLS)

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  • Nina Foch

    1924 - 2008

    Nina Foch (1924 - 2008)

    Nina Foch was born Nina Consuelo Maud Fock in Leiden, Netherlands to American actress and singer Consuelo Flowerton and Dutch classical music conductor Dirk Fock. After her mother and father divorced when Foch was a toddler, she went with her mother to the United States, settling in New York City. As Foch grew up in […]

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  • Nina Koshetz

    1891 - 1965

    Nina Koshetz (1891 - 1965)

    Opera Singer. Born in Kiev, both of her parents had been stars of the Imperial Opera in Moscow. In 1915, Koshetz met Sergei Rachmaninov and they appeared together in successful recitals. Until 1917, she appeared as soprano, in operas such as “The Queen of Spades,” “The Tsar’s Bride” and “Tosca.” Later, she moved to the […]

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  • Nina Mae McKinney

    1912 - 1967

    Nina Mae McKinney (1912 - 1967)

    Actress. Born Nannie Mayme McKinney to Hal and Georgia McKinney in Lancaster, South Carolina; her parents moved to New York in search of better opportunities leaving her to be raised by a great aunt, Carrie Sanders. As a child she appeared in plays at the Lancaster Industrial School. At twelve, her parents sent for her […]

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  • Nina Mae McKinney

    1912 - 1967

    Nina Mae McKinney (1912 - 1967)

    Actress. Born Nannie Mayme McKinney to Hal and Georgia McKinney in Lancaster, South Carolina; her parents moved to New York in search of better opportunities leaving her to be raised by a great aunt, Carrie Sanders. As a child she appeared in plays at the Lancaster Industrial School. At twelve, her parents sent for her […]

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  • Nina Visaroff

    1885 - 1938

    Nina Visaroff (1885 - 1938)

    Actress. She was the wife of actor Michael Visaroff, with whom she performed on the Moscow stage. They settled in Hollywood in the early 1920s, but while Michael had a notable movie career Nina confined herself to local theatre and occasional roles on Broadway. She appeared in only two films,  “Paddy O’Day” (1935) and “Fatal […]

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  • Nini Marshall

    1903 - 1996

    Nini Marshall (1903 - 1996)

    Nini Marshall was born in Buenos Aires to Pedro and María Ángela Traveso, a well-to-do family in Rosario, in 1903. Losing her father at two months of age, she was raised by her mother, who affectionately called her “Niní.” They relocated to the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Caballito when Niní was in her teens, and […]

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  • Nipsey Russell

    1918 - 2005

    Nipsey Russell (1918 - 2005)

    Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Russell went to Booker T. Washington High School in Atlanta and attended the University of Cincinnati for one semester in 1936. He served as a medic in the United States Army during World War II, enlisting as a private on June 27, 1941, and returning from Europe in 1945 as a […]

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  • Nita Naldi

    1894 - 1961

    Nita Naldi (1894 - 1961)

    Nita Naldi was asked to perform in a short film with Scottish comedian Johnny Dooley (no relation). She quit the film after realizing that Dooley had romantic intentions with another woman. She was then offered a role in A Divorce of Convenience with Owen Moore. After those two films, she had small roles in several […]

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