• English Performers Memorial

    1970 - 1970

    English Performers Memorial (1970 - 1970)

    Erected in the St. Leonard Churchyard, Shoreditch London, England, the memorial is dedicated to the honor of England’s classic performers of the ages. The marble tablet list the names of James Burbage, Cuthbert Burbage, Richard Burbage, William Somers, Richard Tarlton, Gabriel Spencer, William Sly and Richard Cowley, with their contributions and performances. (bio by: John […]

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  • Enid Bagnold

    1889 - 1981

    Enid Bagnold (1889 - 1981)

    Author. She was born in Rochester, Kent, England. During First World War, she worked as a nurse and later, as a voluntary driver. She reflected her experiences in her books. She is best remembered for works such as “National Velvet,” “The Chalk Garden,” “A Matter of Gravity,” “The Difficulty of Getting Married,” “The Happy Foreigner” […]

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  • Enid Bennett

    1893 - 1969

    Enid Bennett (1893 - 1969)

    Enid Bennett One of the pioneer actresses of the silent screen, Enid Bennett was born in York, Australia on July 15th, 1893. She was educated in her native land and went on the stage in Sydney. While on a tour of Australia with his production company, director Fred Niblo advertised for someone to play a […]

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  • Enid Blyton

    1897 - 1968

    Enid Blyton (1897 - 1968)

    Enid Mary Blyton (11 August 1897 – 28 November 1968) was an English children’s writer whose books have been among the world’s best-sellers since the 1930s, selling more than 600 million copies. Blyton’s books are still enormously popular, and have been translated into almost 90 languages; her first book, Child Whispers, a 24-page collection of […]

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  • Enid Blyton

    1898 - 1968

    Enid Blyton (1898 - 1968)

    Author of children’s books, creator of ‘Noddy’ and ‘The Famous Five’. (bio by: David Conway)

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  • Enid Lillian Bloom

    1924 - 1996

    Enid Lillian Bloom (1924 - 1996)

    Highly regarded British sculptor. Born in London, she lived and worked in Hampstead. After training at St. Martin’s School of Art, she became a commercial artist and later studied sculpture with the well known sculptress, Karin Jonzen. Inspired by the human form, her classical bronze and terra cotta figures were modelled in the contemporary fashion. […]

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  • Ennio Girolami

    1935 - 2013

    Ennio Girolami (1935 - 2013)

    Actor. Born into a family involved in the film industry for several generations, he was the son of film director Marino Girolami and brother to Enzo known as Enzo G. Castellari. Ennio debuted as an actor at a young age in the film “Fratelli d’Italia” (1952), directed by Fausto Saraceni. Later he acted in many […]

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  • Ennis Cosby

    1969 - 1997

    Ennis Cosby (1969 - 1997)

    Cosby was born in Los Angeles, the third of five children (and the only son) of Bill and Camille Cosby. On his 1969 television special, Bill Cosby had joked to his then-pregnant wife that the baby “had better be a boy, you hear, Camille?” The character of Theo Huxtable, portrayed by Malcolm Jamal Warner on […]

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  • Enoch Arnold Bennett

    1867 - 1931

    Enoch Arnold Bennett (1867 - 1931)

    Author. Editor of “Woman”. Famous for his cliffhanger novels (“The Five Towns”) about the pottery area of Stoke-On-Trent.  Inscription:“Here liethe ashes ofEnochArnold BENNET authorson of Enoch & Sarah Ann BENNETTborn 27th May 1867died 29th March 1931”

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  • Enoch Lloyd Branson

    1970 - 1925

    Enoch Lloyd Branson (1970 - 1925)

    Acclaimed Artist. He was one of the first East Tennessee painters to travel outside the state to study art, spending 1873-1875 at the National Academy of Design in New York City. After some studying abroad, he came back to Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1876. He raised art standards in East Tennessee through his paintings and by […]

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  • Enric Arredondo

    1940 - 2006

    Enric Arredondo (1940 - 2006)

    Had a significant and extensive career in film and in theater and television, not to mention his role as a voice actor.  Protagonist many Study 1 for TVE and numerous plays, achieved great fame following his role in the series Journalists where for four years ( 1998 and 2002 ) he played the fictional editor […]

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  • Enrico Fermi

    1901 - 1954

    Enrico Fermi (1901 - 1954)

    Enrico Fermi (Italian: [enˈriːko ˈfermi]; 29 September 1901 – 28 November 1954) was an Italian physicist and the creator of the world’s first nuclear reactor, the Chicago Pile-1. He has been called the “architect of the nuclear age” and the “architect of the atomic bomb”.[2] He was one of the very few physicists in history […]

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  • Enrique Carlos Mosconi

    1877 - 1940

    Enrique Carlos Mosconi (1877 - 1940)

    Argentine Army General, Pioneer Aviator, Businessman. He was one of the pioneers of the Argentine Militar Aviation. As the president of Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fiscales (YPF), the national Oil Company, he also oversaw the important role of petroleum in the development of the nation. (bio by: 380W)

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  • Enrique Díez Canedo

    1879 - 1944

    Enrique Díez Canedo (1879 - 1944)

    Enrique Díez Canedo sympathised with Krauseanism and was a denizen of the Ateneo, where he organized a number of acts (homages to Rubén Darío, Benito Pérez Galdós and Mariano de Cavia; and presentations like the one with José María Gabriel y Galán). He frequented the gathering of the Café Regina, where he became friend of […]

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  • Enrique Diosdado

    1910 - 1983

    Enrique Diosdado (1910 - 1983)

    Actor. Diosdado was a Spanish screen and stage leading actor. Diosdado began his career as a journalist. In the early 30s, Diosdado entered in the stage company of Pierrá and Martí and he later became the first actor in Margarita Sirgu’s stock company. Forced into exile, he settled in Argentina with his wife, the prestigious […]

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  • Ephraim Chambers

    1970 - 1740

    Ephraim Chambers (1970 - 1740)

    Encyclopaedist. Founder of ‘Chamber’s Cyclopaedia’, which is still published. Dr. Johnson claimed his style was based on Chambers’. His epitiaph (written by himself) is ‘multis pervulgatus, paucis notus; qui vitam inter lucem et umbram, nec eruditus, nec idiota, literis deditus, transegit’. (bio by: David Conway)

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  • Ephraim Wales Bull

    1806 - 1895

    Ephraim Wales Bull (1806 - 1895)

    Farmer,  Politician.  Creator of the Concord grape.  Bull was born in Boston and learned the trade of a gold-beater. In 1836, he moved to Concord to a home now called Grapevine Cottage and there cultivated the Concord grape, a hardier grape capable of surviving in Massachusetts. He exhibited his new grape to the Massachusetts Horticultural […]

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  • Erastus Wiman

    1834 - 1834

    Erastus Wiman (1834 - 1834)

    Erastus Wiman was born in Churchville, Upper Canada (now part of Ontario) on April 21, 1834. Wiman’s first job was at the North American in Toronto (not to be confused with the Philadelphia-based paper) at age 16, as an apprentice printer for a salary of $1.50 a week. After four years, he worked as a reporter […]

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  • Eric “Mr. World” Morley

    1970 - 2000

    Eric “Mr. World” Morley (1970 - 2000)

    The millionaire entrepreneur became known as “Mr. World” after creating the Miss World beauty pageant. He had not intended the Miss World pageant to be an annual event when he organized a bating beauty contest for the 1951 Festival of Britain. But the following year, the United States inaugurated the rival Miss Universe pageant, and […]

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  • Eric Ambler

    1909 - 1998

    Eric Ambler (1909 - 1998)

    Eric Ambler was born in London into a family of entertainers who ran a puppet show, with which he helped in his early years. Both parents also worked as music hall artists. Later he studied engineering at Northampton Polytechnic in Islington (now City University, London), and served a traineeship with an engineering company. However, his […]

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  • Eric Barker

    1912 - 1990

    Eric Barker (1912 - 1990)

    Actor. He is best remembered for his roles in the popular British “Carry On” films. Born Eric Leslie Barker in Thornton Heath, Surrey, England he was raised in Croydon, Surrey, the youngest of three children of a paper merchant. After completing his education at Whitgift School in Croydon, he joined his father’s paper merchant’s company […]

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  • Eric Blore

    1887 - 1959

    Eric Blore (1887 - 1959)

    Eric Blore (23 December 1887 – 2 March 1959) was an English comic actor. Blore was born in Finchley, Middlesex, England. Aged 18, Blore worked as an insurance agent for two years. He gained theatre experience while touring Australia. Originally enlisting into the Artists Rifles he was commissioned in the South Wales Borderers in World War […]

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  • Eric Campbell

    1879 - 1917

    Eric Campbell (1879 - 1917)

    Actor. He was born in Scotland and began acting while he was still a young boy. At the end of March of 1901 he married Fanny Gertrude Robotham, by whom he would have one child, Una. Later he began working for Fred Karno’s famous vaudeville troupe, and went to New York with one of Karno’s […]

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  • Eric Christmas

    1916 - 2000

    Eric Christmas (1916 - 2000)

    Christmas was born in London, England, and later emigrated to Canada. His role as a priest in the 1971 film Harold and Maude includes a memorable monologue to an off-camera Harold, in which he discusses, with increasing nausea and disgust, how the thought of Harold’s sexual affair with a much older woman “makes [him] want…to […]

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  • Eric Clavering

    1901 - 1989

    Eric Clavering (1901 - 1989)

    Canadian Actor. Clavering is best remembered for his role as ‘Shingwauk’ in the television series “The Forest Rangers” (1963-1966). He appeared in the films “Improper Channels” (1981), “Welcome To Blood City” (1977), “The Canary” (1975), “Vengeance Is Mine” (1974), “To Kill A Clown” (1972), “Isabel” (1968), “The Incredible Journey” (1963), “Bush Pilot” (1947), “Suspected Person” […]

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  • Eric Donkin

    1929 - 1998

    Eric Donkin (1929 - 1998)

    Actor. He was a native of Liverpool, England, he appeared in the films, “Leona Helmsley: The Queen Of Mean” (1990), “The Gondoliers” (1984), “Glory Enough For All” (1988), “Iolanthe” (1984), “The Mikado” (1984), “Reno And The Doc” (1984), “H.M.S. Pinafore” (1981), “Agency” (1980), “The Three Musketeers” (1969), and Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine” (1962). He also appeared in […]

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  • Eric Douglas

    1958 - 2004

    Eric Douglas (1958 - 2004)

    Born in Los Angeles, California, Douglas was the youngest son of actor Kirk Douglas and German American mother Anne Buydens. He was the younger brother of Peter Douglas, and his older half-brothers were Michael and Joel Douglas. Douglas studied at Pitzer College, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and the London Academy of Dramatic Arts. Douglas made […]

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  • Eric Harris

    1981 - 1999

    Eric Harris (1981 - 1999)

    Eric Harris was born in Wichita, Kansas. The Harris family relocated often, as Eric’s father, Wayne Harris, was a U.S. Air Force transport pilot. His mother, Katherine Ann Poole, was a homemaker. The family moved from Plattsburgh, New York, to Littleton, Colorado, in July 1993, when Wayne Harris retired from military service. The Harris family lived […]

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  • Eric Hill

    1927 - 2014

    Eric Hill (1927 - 2014)

    He was born in Holloway, London, and left school at 14. He first worked as an errand boy in an illustration studio where he was encouraged to draw cartoons and comic strips in his spare time. Following National Service, he produced sketches for magazines, and later worked as a freelance designer and illustrator in advertising. […]

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  • Eric Hobsbawm

    1917 - 2012

    Eric Hobsbawm (1917 - 2012)

    Eric John Ernest Hobsbawm, CH, FBA, FRSL (/ˈhɒbz.bɔːm/; 9 June 1917 – 1 October 2012) was a British Marxist historian of the rise of industrial capitalism, socialism, and nationalism. His best-known works include his trilogy about what he called the “long 19th century” (The Age of Revolution: Europe 1789–1848, The Age of Capital: 1848–1875 and […]

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