• N!xau G!kau

    1944 - 2003

    N!xau G!kau (1944 - 2003)

    Actor. N!xau was born in 1943 in Tsumkwe, Namibia. N!xau was a Khoisan bushman who gained fame when he appeared in the lead role of the film, “The Gods Must Be Crazy” (1980), the story told of a bushman named ‘Xixo’ who found an empty coke bottle after it was dropped from an airplane from […]

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  • Nadine Dennis

    1896 - 1979

    Nadine Dennis (1896 - 1979)

    Nadine Dennis Nadine Dennis was born on December 2, 1896 in Kansas, USA. She was an actress, known for Has Anybody Seen My Gal (1952), Week-End at the Waldorf (1945) and The Campus Vamp (1928). She died on April 10, 1979 in Studio City, California, USA.

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  • Nadine Lockwood

    1991 - 1996

    Nadine Lockwood (1991 - 1996)

    Nadine Lockwood (September 1991 – August 31, 1996) was a child from Washington Heights, New York City who was murdered by her mother. Nadine was systematically starved to death by her mother, Carla Lockwood, who admitted to police that she hated the little girl, and specifically singled her out for abuse. She kept Nadine, whom she […]

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  • Nafisa Joseph

    1978 - 2004

    Nafisa Joseph (1978 - 2004)

    Nafisa Joseph was born on 28 March 1978 in Bangalore, Karnataka, where she was also brought up. She was the younger of two daughters born to father Nirmal Joseph, a Keralite Syrian Christian and mother Usha Joseph, a Bengali, who was a descendant of Tagore and first cousin of Sharmila Tagore. Nafisa studied at Bishop […]

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  • Naito Konan

    1866 - 1934

    Naito Konan (1866 - 1934)

    Also known as “Torajiro Naito,” he was a world-renowned Sinologist. After initially working as a journalist, he traveled to China frequently and became a professor of Chinese civilization at the University of Kyoto. He wrote many works on Sinology and became an expert on Chinese art. He was also an excellent calligrapher who also wrote […]

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  • Najeeb Halaby

    1915 - 2003

    Najeeb Halaby (1915 - 2003)

    Aviation Executive.  A graduate of Stanford University and Yale Law School, Najeeb Halaby was deputy assistant secretary of defense in the Eisenhower administration, head of the Federal Aviation Administration from 1961 to 1965, and chief executive of Pan American World Airways from 1969 to 1972.  He was widely lauded for desegregating air terminals and insisting […]

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  • Namihei Odaira

    1874 - 1951

    Namihei Odaira (1874 - 1951)

    Namihei Odaira founder of Hitachi, was born in Tochigi Prefecture, which is about hundred kilometers from Tokyo, Japan, on 15th of January 1874. He is known in history as Japanese philanthropist and entrepreneur. He got his early education from his native town. In 1900, he got his graduation degree in the department of electrical engineering […]

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  • Nan Britton

    1896 - 1991

    Nan Britton (1896 - 1991)

    Born in Marion, Ohio, Nan Britton developed an obsession with Harding, who was a friend of her father. As a young girl, her bedroom walls were covered with Harding’s pictures from local papers and magazines. While not even 16 years old, she would loiter near his Marion Daily Star building in Marion, hoping to see […]

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  • Nan Leslie

    1926 - 2000

    Nan Leslie (1926 - 2000)

    Leslie was cast opposite Sean McClory, as Jack McGivern, in The Californians, a fictional account of San Francisco during the California Gold Rush of the early 1850s. Richard Coogan starred in both seasons as Marshal Matthew Wayne. Other co-stars in the first season were Herbert Rudley as Sam Brennan and Adam Kennedy as newspaperman Dion […]

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  • Nan Martin

    1927 - 2010

    Nan Martin (1927 - 2010)

    Nan Martin born in Decatur, Illinois and raised in Santa Monica, California, she went to the Santa Monica High School.Her first film role was The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956). Her other film roles included The Mugger (1958), For Love of Ivy (1968), Goodbye Columbus (1969), Doctor Detroit (1983), All of Me (1984), […]

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  • Nan Sunderland

    1898 - 1973

    Nan Sunderland (1898 - 1973)

    Actress. She first appeared on the Broadway stage in 1924 in the production of ‘East Street’, before going on to star in ‘The Fourflusher’ (1925), ‘Easy Come, Easy Go’ (1926), ‘The Lady Lies’ and ‘Baby Cyclone’ (both 1927). In 1928, she shared the stage Walter Huston, in ‘Elmer the Great’ (1928). The couple married in […]

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  • Nana Bryant

    1888 - 1955

    Nana Bryant (1888 - 1955)

    Actress in 108 films including: “Meet Nero Wolfe,” “Pennies From Heaven,” “Out West With the Hardys,” “Calling Dr. Gillespie,” “The Song of Bernadette,” “Ladies of the Chorus,” “The Du Pont Story” and “The Outcast.”  Bryant also played the role of ‘Mrs. Nestor’ on the television series “Our Miss Brooks.” (bio by: TLS)  Inscription:Beloved Actress

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  • Nance O’Neil

    1874 - 1965

    Nance O’Neil (1874 - 1965)

    Actress. Born Gertrude Lamson, Nance O’Neil’s religious father, an auctioneer, denounced his daughter in church for going on the stage, and asked the congregation to pray for her. She became a major stage star, however, who played Lady Macbeth, Hedda Gabler and Camille. Beautiful and tall (nearly six feet), Nance O’Neil was rumored to be […]

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  • Nancy Carroll

    1903 - 1965

    Nancy Carroll (1903 - 1965)

    Actress. Her career as a dancer and actress spanned five decades on the stage, films, and television. Born Ann Veronica Lahiff of Irish ancestry, she started her career at a young age dancing with her sister in a local amateur talent contest, which led to roles in Broadway musicals. In 1927 she made her silver […]

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  • Nancy Clare Cunard

    1896 - 1965

    Nancy Clare Cunard (1896 - 1965)

    British writer, editor, poet, publisher. Nancy Clare Cunard was the only child of Sir Bache Cunard, of the shipping family and American heiress, Maud Alice Burke (1872-1948). Her parents separated in 1910. She had been brought up at the Leicestershire family estate and moved to London with her mother. Her education was at various boarding […]

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  • Nancy Coleman

    1912 - 2000

    Nancy Coleman (1912 - 2000)

    Nancy Coleman (December 30, 1912 – January 18, 2000) was an American film, television and radio actress. After working on radio and appearing on the Broadway stage, Nancy Coleman was brought to Hollywood to work for Warner Bros. studios. She attended the University of Washington where she was a member of the Alpha Lambda chapter […]

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  • Nancy Deale Greene

    1933 - 2004

    Nancy Deale Greene (1933 - 2004)

    Actress. She appeared and acted on stage, film and TV. She was a politically active woman, and was a foreign policy consultant. She was one of the founders of the National Women’s Political Caucus in Los Angeles. She appeared with her husband on the TV series “Bonanza,” and also in John Cassavettes’ independent film “Shadows.” […]

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  • Nancy Kelly

    1921 - 1995

    Nancy Kelly (1921 - 1995)

    Nancy Kelly Nancy Kelly was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, into a theatrical family. Her mother was silent film actress Nan Kelly, who coached her and managed her career. As a child actress, Kelly appeared in 52 films made on the East Coast by the age of 17. Her younger brother was actor Jack Kelly. As […]

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  • Nancy Kulp

    1921 - 1991

    Nancy Kulp (1921 - 1991)

    Nancy Kulp Tall and prim, she appeared in a series of spinster-like roles on television, including the original “The Bob Cummings Show” as bird-watcher Pamela Livingstone from 1955 to 1959, and “The Brian Keith Show” as the wealthy widow Mrs. Gruber in 1973-74. She once was called TV’s homeliest girl, possessing, one reviewer said, “The […]

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  • Nancy Malone

    1935 - 2014

    Nancy Malone (1935 - 2014)

    Actress, Television Director, Producer. She will perhaps be best remembered for playing ‘Libby Kingston’ in the TV series “Naked City” (1960 to 1963). Her career began at the age of seven, when she experienced modeling in ads for several companies, among them Kellogg’s Cereal, Ford Motor Company and Macy’s Department Store. She received the distinction […]

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  • Nancy Marchand

    1928 - 2000

    Nancy Marchand (1928 - 2000)

    Marchand was born in Buffalo, New York, to Raymond L. Marchand, a physician, and his wife, Marjorie Freeman, a pianist. She was raised Methodist. She graduated from the Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University) in 1949. A member of the Actors Studio, Marchand made her Broadway debut in The Taming of the Shrew in […]

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  • Nancy McIntosh

    1970 - 1954

    Nancy McIntosh (1970 - 1954)

    American-born British Singer and Actress.  Identified with the works of Sir William S. Gilbert.

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  • Nancy Parsons

    1942 - 2001

    Nancy Parsons (1942 - 2001)

    Actress. She appeared in the original “Porky’s” in 1981, where her character ‘Beulah Balbricker’ first appeared. Cause of death: Complications of diabetes

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  • Nancy Rachel Bush

    1970 - 1970

    Nancy Rachel Bush (1970 - 1970)

    Writer and wife of composer Dr. Alan Bush. Wrote several books including a biography of Alan Bush, “Music, Politics and Life.” As well as being Alan Bush’s wife, she was also his artistic partner and wrote the lyrics of some of his songs and the libretti for three of his full length operas “Wat Tyler,” […]

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  • Nancy Reagan

    1921 - 2016

    Nancy Reagan (1921 - 2016)

    Nancy Davis Reagan (born Anne Frances Robbins; July 6, 1921 – March 6, 2016) was an American actress and the wife of the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan. She was the First Lady of the United States during her husband’s 2 presidential terms from 1981-1985 and 1985-1989. Nancy Reagan was born in New […]

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  • Nancy Walker

    1922 - 1992

    Nancy Walker (1922 - 1992)

    Walker was born in 1922 as Anna Myrtle Swoyer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the elder of two daughters of vaudevillian Dewey Barto (né Stewart Steven Swoyer; 1896–1973) and Myrtle (née Lawler; died January 2, 1931). Walker and her father both stood 4’11” (1.50 m). Anna’s younger sister, Betty Lou (born August 17, 1930), also had a […]

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  • Nancy Zieman

    1953 - 2017

    Nancy Zieman (1953 - 2017)

    Nancy Zieman’s face was partially paralyzed due to Bell’s palsy. She acquired it due to an ear infection when she was a toddler.  Zieman was always open about her condition; she wrote about it, was interviewed by journalists, and hosted a segment on her television show with medical professionals. She jokingly referred to herself as […]

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  • Nanda Karnataki

    1939 - 2014

    Nanda Karnataki (1939 - 2014)

    Actress. Known by the single name “Nanda”, she is remembered as a child performer who transitioned into a long Bollywood career in dozens of Hindi and Marathi movies. The child of a noted theatrical family in what was then British India, she was more-or-less forced into show business when her father’s sudden death left her […]

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  • Nando Gazzolo

    1928 - 2015

    Nando Gazzolo (1928 - 2015)

    Italian Actor. Gazzolo, born Ferdinando Gazzolo, was a well known actor and voice actor in both television and film. He came from an acting family and debuted on the radio at a young age.  Gazzolo started his acting career with a stage company led by Antonio Gandusio.   He later went into both film and […]

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  • Nannie Doss

    1904 - 1965

    Nannie Doss (1904 - 1965)

    Nannie Doss was born on November 4, 1905 in Blue Mountain, Alabama, now part of Anniston, as Nancy Hazel to Louisa “Lou” (née Holder) and James F. Hazel. Doss was one of five children; she had one brother and three sisters. Both Doss and her mother hated James, who was a controlling father and husband […]

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