• Setsuko Hara

    1920 - 2015

    Setsuko Hara (1920 - 2015)

    Setsuko Hara was born Masae Aida (会田 昌江 Aida Masae?) in what is now Hodogaya-ku, Yokohama in a family with three sons and five daughters. Her elder sister was married to film director Hisatora Kumagai, which gave her an entry into the world of the cinema and she went to work for Nikkatsu Studios in […]

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  • Severn Darden

    1929 - 1995

    Severn Darden (1929 - 1995)

    Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Severn Darden attended the University of Chicago. Darden’s offbeat and intellectual sense of humor, appropriate for someone who attended the University of Chicago and in fact a major element in the style of The Second City at that time, is evident throughout his work. One example of his offbeat humor is […]

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  • Severn Teackle Darden

    1929 - 1995

    Severn Teackle Darden (1929 - 1995)

    Comedian,  Actor. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, he was a graduate of the New Orleans Academy and the University Of Chicago. He was a member of the “Second City Troupe” in Chicago and with the “Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences”. He performed with the “Compass Improvisational Theatre” and at the “American Shakespeare Festival”. […]

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  • Seymour Hoffman

    1967 - 2014

    Seymour Hoffman (1967 - 2014)

    Philip Seymour Hoffman (July 23, 1967 – February 2, 2014) was an American actor, director, and producer. He was prolific in both film and theater from the early 1990s until his death in 2014 at the age of 46, after which The New York Times declared him “perhaps the most ambitious and widely admired American […]

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  • Seymour Kneitel

    1908 - 1964

    Seymour Kneitel (1908 - 1964)

    In 1928, Seymour Kneitel returned to Fleischer Studios as an inbetweener, staying there for fourteen years (1928–1942), He was there only about six months when he became an animator, and a year later became a head animator. During his time there he provided animation for many films, including the Betty Boop and Popeye the Sailor […]

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  • Seymour Magoon

    1970 - 1970

    Seymour Magoon (1970 - 1970)

    Gangster. He was part of the Murder Incorporated a group of professional killers who worked solely for the National Crime Syndicate in the 1930s. The killers received assignments and payments to murder total strangers in the New York area or anywhere in the country, murdering anyone selected by the syndicate board. Murder, Inc. was destroyed […]

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  • Sgt Henry A. Barrows

    1875 - 1945

    Sgt Henry A. Barrows (1875 - 1945)

    American Actor in films from 1913-1936. Sometimes credited as Harry Barrows, or H.A. Barrows, he appeared in numerous films from the silent era into early talkies. Among his films were “A Soldier’s Oath” (1915), “Quicksand” (1918), “The Wise Kid” (1922), “Captain Blood” (1924), and “Some Mother’s Boy” (1929). He was the father of actor George […]

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  • Shana Alexander

    1925 - 2005

    Shana Alexander (1925 - 2005)

    Journalist, Author. She is best known for her debates with conservative journalist James J. Kilpatrick during the “Point-Counter Point” segments that ended every episode of the television news program “60 Minutes” in the 1970s.  Family links:  Children:  Kathy Alexander (1961 – 1987)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Shane Ballard

    1981 - 2004

    Shane Ballard (1981 - 2004)

    Actor. A native of Columbus, Mississippi, Ballard appeared in the films, “Cookie Jar” (2003), “Terror Toons 2: The Silly And Sick Show” (2004), and “Citizen Shane” (2004), in which he appeared as himself and chronicled his run for sheriff of Columbus, Mississippi. Ballard also directed the 2003 film, “Here Comes Santa Claus,” and played in […]

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  • Shannon Bolin

    1917 - 2016

    Shannon Bolin (1917 - 2016)

    Actress. Shannon Bolin will be remembered for originating the role of ‘Mrs. Meg Boyd’ in the successful Broadway production “Damn Yankees” (1955 to 1957). Born Ione Shannon Bolin, she studied at Wesleyan University and later the University of Maryland, prior to working as a teacher and at the US Department of Justice in Washington. After […]

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  • Shannon Day

    1896 - 1977

    Shannon Day (1896 - 1977)

    Actress. Beginning her career as a teenager on the Broadway stage as a “Zeigfeld Girl” in “The Follies”, she went on to be a silent motion picture star, appearing in numerous productions. First appearing in director Cecil B. DeMille’s “Forbidden Fruit” in 1921, she would have roles in films such as “The Affairs of Anatol” […]

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  • Shannon Michelle “Savannah” Wilsey

    1970 - 1994

    Shannon Michelle “Savannah” Wilsey (1970 - 1994)

    Adult Film Actress. Savannah starred in over eighty adult features and was one of the most successful adult film actresses of her time. To the mainstream world, however, she was perhaps best known for her relationships with famous men outside the adult film industry, including guitarist Slash of the rock band Guns ‘n Roses, comedian […]

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  • Shannon Thomas

    1971 - 2005

    Shannon Thomas (1971 - 2005)

    Thomas and Keith Bernard Clay’s intention on Christmas Eve was to rob the two children’s father, Roberto Rios, a small-time marijuana and cocaine dealer, of his drugs and money. In the early afternoon Rios was duct taped to a chair, severely beaten, tortured with a pair of shears and shot twice in the head and […]

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  • Shari Lewis

    1933 - 1998

    Shari Lewis (1933 - 1998)

    In 1952, Shari Lewis and her puppetry won first prize on the CBS television series Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts. Lewis then hosted several New York children’s series through the decade. On July 5, 1953 Lewis made her television hosting debut on Facts N’Fun on NBC-owned WRCA-TV. The program was a variety show where she engaged […]

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  • Sharon Lynn

    1908 - 1963

    Sharon Lynn (1908 - 1963)

    Actress. Born in Weatherford, Texas, she made her cinema debut in the role of ‘Annie’ in “Crulytop” (1924). She appeared in over 30 films to include “Tom’s Gang” (1927), “Speakeasy” (1929), “Man Trouble” (1930), “Big Executive” (1933), “Way Out West” (1937) and “Thistledown” (1938). She died of multiple sclerosis in Hollywood, California. (bio by: John […]

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  • Sharon Marie Tate

    1943 - 1969

    Sharon Marie Tate (1943 - 1969)

    Actress, Manson Victim. Sharon Tate was the daughter of Army intelligence officer Paul and housewife Doris Willett. At the age of 6 months, she won the Miss Tiny Tot of Dallas beauty contest. She would go on to win the title of Miss Autorama, in Richland, Washington, appeared atop a missile for a cover of […]

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  • Shauna Howe

    1981 - 1992

    Shauna Howe (1981 - 1992)

    Shauna Howe was an American 11-year-old girl whose October 1992 rape and murder received much media attention in Pennsylvania for more than ten years. Shauna Howe was walking home from a Girl Scouts Halloween party in Oil City, Pennsylvania and was two blocks from home when she was abducted at the corner of West First and […]

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  • Shawn Paul Humphries

    1971 - 2005

    Shawn Paul Humphries (1971 - 2005)

    His father was extremely abusive towards Humphries and introduced him to alcohol, drugs, and paint fumes when he was between the ages of six and ten. Humphries’ aunt said that his father had said on several occasions that he did not love his children and wished that they had been aborted. Humphries had only been […]

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  • Shawty Lo

    1976 - 2016

    Shawty Lo (1976 - 2016)

    In 2003, Shawty Lo formed the hip hop group D4L, with fellow Atlanta-based rappers Fabo, Mook-B and Stoney. Shawty Lo subsequently launched his indie record label D4L Records. Shawty Lo self-funded the group in its early days. He explained that the group’s name stands for “Down for Life”. The group signed to the indie label […]

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  • Sheb Wooley

    1921 - 2003

    Sheb Wooley (1921 - 2003)

    Sheb Wooley Wooley was born in Erick, Oklahoma, and was raised on a farm. He learned to ride horses at an early age and was a working cowboy and rodeo rider. He also played in a country-western band. Wooley tried to enlist during World War II, but was turned down for military service because of his rodeo injuries. Instead, […]

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  • Sheila Allen

    1932 - 2011

    Sheila Allen (1932 - 2011)

    Allen was born in Chard, Somerset, to Dorothy Essex (née Potter) and William Allen.  From the 1950s, Allen appeared in plays by Shakespeare, including for the RSC in both Stratford and London. Her first leading role was that of Katherine (“the shrew”) in The Taming of the Shrew for the Arena Company in Birmingham (1954–56). […]

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  • Sheila Burrell

    1922 - 2011

    Sheila Burrell (1922 - 2011)

    Actress. She shall be remembered as a longtime stalwart of British stage and television. Raised in London, she studied at the Douglas-Webber School of Singing and Dramatic Arts and made her 1942 professional bow in the troop-entertainment production “The Patsy”. Burrell made her West End debut in 1944 with “The Rest is Silence” and refined […]

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  • Sheila Darcy

    1914 - 2004

    Sheila Darcy (1914 - 2004)

    Hollywood Actress. Best known for roles in several popular serials during the 30’s and 40’s including “Zorro’s Fighting Legion” and “Terry and the Pirates” (as Dragon Lady). She had bit parts in about 40 films where she was cast along many A-List movie stars and sometimes credited as Rebecca Wassem. Sheila died of heart failure […]

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  • Sheila Keith

    1920 - 2004

    Sheila Keith (1920 - 2004)

    British Actress. She was born in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland and died in Chertsey, Surrey, England. Film and television credits include “Hamish Macbeth,” “Doctor Finlay,” “Love Hurts,” “Tell Tale Hearts,” “The Rainbow Thief,” “Sophia and Constance,” “Fresh Fields,” “Lovejoy,” “Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em,””Bless Me Father,” “Angels,” “David Copperfield,” “The Liver Birds,” “The Pallisers,” “Z Cars,” […]

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  • Sheila MacRae

    1921 - 2014

    Sheila MacRae (1921 - 2014)

    Sheila MacRae Sheila MacRae (24 September 1921 – 6 March 2014) was an English-born American actress, singer and dancer. Career MacRae appeared in such films as Caged (1950), Backfire (1950) and Sex and the Single Girl (1964). On television, MacRae played herself in an episode of I Love Lucy, “The Fashion Show” in which she […]

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  • Sheila Manahan

    1924 - 1988

    Sheila Manahan (1924 - 1988)

    Actress. Among her film roles were ‘Ann’ in “Seven Days to Noon,” the mother in “The Story of Esther Costello,” and ‘Mrs. Jenkins’ in “Only Two Can Play,” with Peter Sellers and Mai Zetterling. She was married to the Scottish actor, Fulton Mackay. (bio by: Iain MacFarlaine)

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  • Sheila Mary Fay

    1970 - 2013

    Sheila Mary Fay (1970 - 2013)

    English Actress. She was famous for her roles in the television series The Wackers, The Chase, and Dr Who. She was married to the actor Ken Jones famous for his role in the television sitcom series Porridge. They married on 30th October 1964 at St Polycarp Church, in Everton, near where Ken’s family had made […]

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  • Sheila Ryan

    1921 - 1975

    Sheila Ryan (1921 - 1975)

    Ryan had brown hair, was 5 feet, 2 inches tall, and weighed 107 pounds. A 1940 newspaper story included her in a group of actresses “whose alluring curves alone might have disqualified them from screen careers not so long ago,” in the words of Travis Banton, a Hollywood stylist. Born as Katherine Elizabeth McLaughlin in Topeka, […]

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  • Sheila Sim

    1922 - 2016

    Sheila Sim (1922 - 2016)

    Actress. Born Sheila Beryl Grant Sim (later she was known as Lady Sheila Sim Attenborough), she chose to follow a profession in entertainment and studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She made her motion picture debut playing ‘Allison Smith opposite Eric Portman in “The Canterbury Tale” (1944). In 1945, she married actor Richard […]

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  • Shel Hershorn

    1929 - 2011

    Shel Hershorn (1929 - 2011)

    Photographer. He was a photojournalist noted for capturing many of America’s historical events. Born Herbert Sheldon Hershorn, he learned photography in the US Navy, then became a staff photographer for a newspaper in Casper, Wyoming. In 1954 he took a position with United Press International, then began to freelance for “Life”, “Sports Illustrated”, “Time”, “Fortune” […]

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