• Gisele Freund

    1908 - 2000

    Gisele Freund (1908 - 2000)

    Photographer. She was born in Berlin, Germany. She became a political activist protesting the rise of Hitler’s National Socialism. In 1933 she fled Germany and moved to Paris with her camera. Later, she moved to Argentina and Mexico until the end of Second World War. She is remembered for her portraits of famous writers such […]

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  • Gisele MacKenzie

    1927 - 2003

    Gisele MacKenzie (1927 - 2003)

    Actress, Singer. Known as “Canada’s First Lady of Song,” she began her music career at a young age learning to play the violin and piano, later appearing at the Royal Conservatory in Toronto, Ontario. In 1951 she had her own show, “Meet Gisele” on the Canadian Broadcastion Corporation before she moved to Los Angeles, California. […]

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  • Gisèle Mauricet

    1930 - 2003

    Gisèle Mauricet (1930 - 2003)

    Actress. A native of Hull, Quebec, she studied in Paris before moving to Montreal to begin a career in acting. She first won attention on television in the role of Rosa Rose in “Les belles histories des pays d’en haut,” which aired from 1956 to 1970. Mauricet is best remembered for her co-starring role as […]

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  • Gisele Pascal

    1923 - 2007

    Gisele Pascal (1923 - 2007)

    Actress. Born Gisele Tallone in Cannes, France, she was a leading lady of the 1940s and 1950s who appeared mainly in international films and television. After making her movie debut in the 1942 film “L’Arlesienne” she had memorable performances in “J3, Les”, (1946), “Last Refuge”, (1947), “Bel Amour”, (1951), “The Iron Mask”, (1962), “Secret World”, […]

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  • Gita Dey

    1931 - 2011

    Gita Dey (1931 - 2011)

    Actress. She was a star of the Bengali stage and screen for over 70 years. Raised in Calcutta, she broke into the Bengali language film industry, based in her home city’s Tollygunge, at age six in 1938. She continued acting following her marriage at 15 and over the years was seen in more than 200 […]

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  • Giuliano Gemma

    1938 - 2013

    Giuliano Gemma (1938 - 2013)

    Actor. Born in Rome, Italy, Giuliano was an avid sports man in many fields. His boxing, tennis, and gymnastic ability combined with his good look and the love he had for cinema open the door for him in the Italian movie industry. Giuliano was hired as a stuntman for Italian movies, but director Duccio Tessari […]

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  • Giulietta Masina

    1921 - 1994

    Giulietta Masina (1921 - 1994)

    Giulia Anna Masina was born in San Giorgio di Piano, Bologna. Her parents were Gaetano Masina, a violinist and a music teacher, and Anna Flavia Pasqualini, a schoolteacher. Nonetheless, she spent most of her childhood and adolescence in Rome at the home of a widowed aunt. Masina had three elder siblings: Eugenia, and twins Mario […]

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  • Giulietta Simionato

    1910 - 2010

    Giulietta Simionato (1910 - 2010)

    Born at Forlì, Romagna, Giulietta Simionato studied in Rovigo and Padua, and made her operatic debut at Montagnana in 1928. In 1928, she sang in Verdi’s “Rigoletto”. The first fifteen years of her career were frustrating, she was only given small parts, but she attracted growing attention in the late 1940s, and by the end […]

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  • Giuseppe “Joe” Aiello

    1970 - 1930

    Giuseppe “Joe” Aiello (1970 - 1930)

    Organized Crime Figure. Born in Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily, he immigrated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin around 1912. He and his family eventually settled on the North Side of Chicago, Illinois, where he became in volved in liquor bootlegging, and where he eventually came into a conflict with crime boss Al Capone. After several years and many […]

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  • Giuseppe Di Stefano

    1921 - 2008

    Giuseppe Di Stefano (1921 - 2008)

    Giuseppe Di Stefano was born in Motta Sant’Anastasia, a village near Catania, Sicily, in 1921. He was the only son of a carabiniere turned cobbler and his dressmaker wife. Di Stefano was educated at a Jesuit seminary and briefly contemplated entering the priesthood. After serving in the Italian military (and briefly taking lessons from the Swiss […]

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  • Giuseppe Morello

    1870 - 1930

    Giuseppe Morello (1870 - 1930)

    Giuseppe Morello (AKA: The Clutch Hand, Peter, Don Petru) was born in Corleone, Sicily in 1870. Morello was underboss to Joe the Boss Masseria in New York City during the early part of the Castellammarese War of 1930-1931. On Aug. 15, 1930, Morello and two of his men were shot to death in his business […]

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  • Giuseppe Profaci

    1897 - 1962

    Giuseppe Profaci (1897 - 1962)

    Organized Crime Figure. He headed the Profaci Organized Crime Family, which became the Colombo Family upon his death.

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  • Giuseppe Taddei

    1916 - 2010

    Giuseppe Taddei (1916 - 2010)

    In a nearly 60-year career Giuseppe Taddei left his mark in baritone roles both tragic and villainous, and as a basso-buffo, opera’s comic relief. Raised in Genoa, he started attending the opera with his mother as a toddler, and was soon entertaining his parents’ friends. (One legend has him at around age eight singing on […]

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  • Gizi Bajor

    1893 - 1951

    Gizi Bajor (1893 - 1951)

    Actress. She was perhaps Hungary’s most famous theatre star of her era, renowned for her beauty, versatility, and mesmerizing presence. Her roles ranged from the Ancient Greek classics to contemporary dramas,  and she helped introduce modern acting techniques to the Hungarian stage.  Bajor was born in Budapest.  As a student at the Actors’ Academy she […]

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  • Gladys Brockwell

    1893 - 1929

    Gladys Brockwell (1893 - 1929)

    Actress. Born Gladys Lindeman, Brockwell made dozens of films in the late 1910s and by the late 1920s, she had become one of Hollywood’s most respected character women. Brockwell played ‘Nancy Sykes’ in “Oliver Twist” (1922) with John Gilbert and Jackie Coogan, and Janet Gaynor’s evil sister in “Seventh Heaven” (1927). She also had supporting […]

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  • Gladys Cooper

    1888 - 1971

    Gladys Cooper (1888 - 1971)

    Cooper was born at 23 Ennersdale Road, Hither Green, Lewisham, London, the eldest of the three daughters of Charles William Frederick Cooper (1844–1939) by his marriage to Mabel Barnett (1861–1944). Her two younger sisters were Doris Mabel (1891–1987) and Grace Muriel (1893–1982). Gladys Cooper spent most of her childhood in Chiswick, where her family moved […]

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  • Gladys Cooper

    1888 - 1971

    Gladys Cooper (1888 - 1971)

    Actress. She began her career as a chorus-girl line dancer, made her stage début in 1905 at age 17 and became one of the United Kingdoms most renowned performers. DuringWorld War I, she was the British troops’ most popular pin-up girl and appeared on Broadway in the 1930s.  She appeared in many British one-reeler films […]

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  • Gladys Ethel McClure

    1914 - 1933

    Gladys Ethel McClure (1914 - 1933)

    Actress. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, she was the sister of actress Adrienne Ames. McClure attened the Tenth Ward School in Fort Worth, Texas, and then in Chatham, Virginia, before she moved to Beverly Hills, California, to pursue a career in acting. McClure went onto appear on stage using the name of Linda Marsh […]

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  • Gladys George

    1904 - 1954

    Gladys George (1904 - 1954)

    Gladys George (September 13, 1904 – December 8, 1954) was an American actress of stage and screen. She was born as Gladys Clare Evans on September 13, 1904 in Patten, Maine to English parents. Gladys George went on the stage at the age of three and toured the United States, appearing with her parents. She starred on […]

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  • Gladys Hooper

    1903 - 2016

    Gladys Hooper (1903 - 2016)

    Gladys Hooper was born on 18 January 1903 in West Dulwich, South London. In 1916, she witnessed the German airship Schütte-Lanz SL 11 being shot down by Leefe Robinson, who was later awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions. Hooper also met Thomas Edison, co-inventor of the lightbulb, when he visited her school. Hooper went […]

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  • Gladys Hulette

    1896 - 1991

    Gladys Hulette (1896 - 1991)

    Gladys Hulette was among the principal players in Sappho and Phaon which had its first performance in Providence, Rhode Island on October 4, 1907. She helped support Bertha Kalich in the Percy MacKaye production. As a child she also appeared in Romeo and Juliet (1908) and The Smoke Fairy (1909). On stage, in Blue Bird, […]

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  • Gladys Hurlbut

    1898 - 1988

    Gladys Hurlbut (1898 - 1988)

    Actress, Playwright, Screenwriter. A character performer, she played a wide range of parts on stage, in films and television. In 1920, she made her professional debut in the Broadway production “Mrs. Jimmie Thompson” and in 1934, she penned the play “By Your Leave”. She co-wrote the screenplay for the Clark Gable and Joan Crawford picture […]

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  • Gladys McConnell

    1905 - 1979

    Gladys McConnell (1905 - 1979)

    Actress. Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, she became an aviatrix flying in Portland Oregon in 1924. She made her screen debut in the silent film “The Devil House” (1926) and was a member of the Hollywood starlets promotional campaign’s Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers in 1927. Her other film credits included “Three’s a Crowd” […]

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  • Gladys Tennyson

    1894 - 1983

    Gladys Tennyson (1894 - 1983)

    Actress. Wife of actor Earle Foxe, she was ‘Estelle Payne’ in “Bread” (1918) and ‘Betty Lawton’ in “A Private Scandal.” (1921) (bio by: MC)  Family links:  Parents:  John William Borum (1860 – 1923)  Spouses:  Chester. M. Bennett (1892 – 1943)*  Earle Foxe (1891 – 1973)*  Sibling:  Willie Mae Borum Cavaness (1890 – 1972)*  Gladys Tennyson […]

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  • Glafcos Clerides

    1919 - 2013

    Glafcos Clerides (1919 - 2013)

    Clerides was born and died in Nicosia. He was the eldest son of the lawyer and statesman Ioannis Clerides. Clerides was married to Lila-Irene. They have a daughter, Katherine, who is a member of the House of the Representatives for the Democratic Rally Party. During World War II, he served in the British Royal Air Force. […]

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  • Glen Campbell

    1936 - 2017

    Glen Campbell (1936 - 2017)

    Glen Campbell In 1960, Glen Campbell moved to Los Angeles to become a session musician. That October, he joined the Champs. By January 1961, Campbell had found a daytime job at publishing company American Music, writing songs and recording demos. Because of these demos Campbell soon was in demand as a session musician and became […]

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  • Glen Cavender

    1883 - 1962

    Glen Cavender (1883 - 1962)

    Actor. Appeared in motion pictures from the 1910s to the 1940s. One of the original Keystone Cops, he appeared in many Mack Sennett films. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Glen Cooper Henshaw

    1880 - 1946

    Glen Cooper Henshaw (1880 - 1946)

    Acclaimed American artist. He worked primarily in pastel, doing many portraits and urban studies of the cities in which he lived — Indianapolis, Paris, Chicago, Balitmore, and especially New York.  From 1940 until his death he maintained a studio in Nashville, Indiana, where he spent his summers. (bio by: Henshaw Trust)

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  • Glen Gordon

    1914 - 1977

    Glen Gordon (1914 - 1977)

    Actor. Gordon is best remembered for his role as ‘Dr. Fu Manchu’ in the television series, “The Adventures Of Fu Manchu” in 1956. He also appeared in the films, “Bright Victory” (1951), “You’re In The Navy Now” (1951), and made several appearances on the television shows, “The Waltons”, “Mission: Impossible”, “Rawhide” “Bat Masterson”, “Harbor Command”, […]

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  • Glenda Farrell

    1904 - 1971

    Glenda Farrell (1904 - 1971)

    Glenda Farrell came to Hollywood towards the end of the silent era. She began her career with a theatrical company at the age of 7. She played the role of Little Eva in Uncle Tom’s Cabin. She paused at times to continue her education but appeared with a number of theatrical companies and in several […]

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