• Stephen Dunne

    1918 - 1977

    Stephen Dunne (1918 - 1977)

    Actor. He maintained a career on radio, films, and television from 1945 until 1973 and is remembered for his appearance in the films “Doll Face” (1945), “Colonel Effingham’s Raid” (1946), “The Woman from Tangier” (1948), and “The Big Sombrero” (1949). Born Francis Michael Dunne, he became interested in acting after graduating from high school and […]

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  • Stephen Edward Ambrose

    1936 - 2002

    Stephen Edward Ambrose (1936 - 2002)

    Author, Historian. Best selling author of over 30 books, Historian and History Teacher. Most remembered for his books on World War II, however he wrote on a variety of subjects in American History. He came to national prominence as the historical consultant for Steven Spielberg’s movie “Saving Private Ryan” and for when his book “Band […]

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  • Stephen Elliott

    1918 - 2005

    Stephen Elliott (1918 - 2005)

    From 1940 to 1942, Elliott studied acting with Sanford Meisner at New York’s Neighborhood Playhouse. After serving in World War II with the United States Merchant Marine, he started a successful career on Broadway with his debut in Shakespeare’s The Tempest; two years later, Elliott was selected by Robert Lewis to be one of The […]

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  • Stephen Foster

    1826 - 1864

    Stephen Foster (1826 - 1864)

    Foster attended private academies in Allegheny, Athens, and Towanda, Pennsylvania. He received an education in English grammar, diction, the classics, penmanship, Latin, Greek, and mathematics. In 1839, his elder brother William was serving his apprenticeship as an engineer at nearby Towanda and thought Stephen would benefit from being under his supervision. The site of the […]

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  • Stephen Furst

    1954 - 2017

    Stephen Furst (1954 - 2017)

    Stephen Furst worked as a pizza delivery driver while looking for acting jobs in the mid-1970s, and included his head shot in pizza boxes. After Matty Simmons saw his photo, Furst was cast as Flounder in National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978). He reprised this role in the 1979 spin-off series Delta House. Others include ‘Junior’ […]

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  • Stephen G. Wentworth

    1811 - 1897

    Stephen G. Wentworth (1811 - 1897)

    Educator. Born in Williamstown, Massachusetts, he moved to Missouri in 1838, where he became involved in a number of entrepreneurial and public pursuits. From 1851 to 1864, he served as Public Administrator of Lafayette County, was a partner in the Morrison-Wentworth Bank and served as president of the Farmer’s Exchange Bank. He helped to incorporate […]

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  • Stephen Geary

    1970 - 1970

    Stephen Geary (1970 - 1970)

    Highgate Cemetery Founder.  Family links:  Spouse:  Sarah Geary (____ – 1897)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Stephen Girard

    1750 - 1831

    Stephen Girard (1750 - 1831)

    Financier, Businessman, Educator. He attained great wealth as a banker and merchent, and left provisions in his will that created Girard College.

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  • Stephen Goosson

    1889 - 1973

    Stephen Goosson (1889 - 1973)

    Motion Picture Art Director/Set Designer. Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Stephen was an architect in Detroit before starting his film career as art director for producer Lewis J. Selznick, and films for Fox Film Corporation such as New Movietone Follies of 1930. He eventually was hired by Columbia Pictures, where he served as supervising art […]

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  • Stephen Hancock

    1925 - 2015

    Stephen Hancock (1925 - 2015)

    British Actor. Hancock, born Philip Stephen Hancock, was a well-known actor whose famous role was of Ernest Bishop in the series “Coronation Street”. He studied music at Durham University before pursuing a career in acting.  Hancock’s acting career started in 1954 when he received the role of Ian Prendergast in the series “Dear Dotty”.   […]

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  • Stephen Hubert Avenel Haggard

    1911 - 1943

    Stephen Hubert Avenel Haggard (1911 - 1943)

    Actor. Stephen Hubert Avenel Haggard, first child of British diplomat Godfrey Digby Napier Haggard and his French Canadian/American wife Georgianna Marie Ruel Haggard, was born on 21 Mar 1911 in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America. His middle name Hubert was in honor of his maternal grandfather Hubert Ruel. Stephen’s diplomat father had been posted to […]

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  • Stephen Johnson Field II

    1816 - 1899

    Stephen Johnson Field II (1816 - 1899)

    Born in Haddam, Connecticut, he was the sixth of the nine children of David Dudley Field I, a Congregationalist minister, and his wife Submit Dickinson. His family produced three other children of major prominence in 19th Century America: David Dudley Field II the prominent attorney, Cyrus Field the millionaire investor and creator of the Atlantic […]

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  • Stephen K. Burks

    1956 - 1992

    Stephen K. Burks (1956 - 1992)

    Character actor of the 1980s and 90s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Stephen Lee

    1955 - 2014

    Stephen Lee (1955 - 2014)

    The man who played the annoying but thorough cabinet installer/nap-desk modifier on Seinfeld has died. Stephen Lee died August 14 of a heart attack in his Los Angeles home, police said. He was 58. The veteran character actor racked up scores of credits, Stephen Leemostly TV shows but also on the big screen. The Englewood, […]

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  • Stephen McNally

    1911 - 1994

    Stephen McNally (1911 - 1994)

    Born in New York City, McNally attended Fordham University School of Law and was an attorney in the late 1930s before he pursued his passion for acting. He was a one time president of the Catholic Actors Guild. He started his stage career using his real name Horace McNally and began appearing uncredited in many World […]

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  • Stephen Oliver

    1941 - 2008

    Stephen Oliver (1941 - 2008)

    Actor. Born Steve Welzig in Philadelphia, he is best remembered for his role as Lee Webber in the popular 1960s television soap opera “Peyton Place”. His film credits include, “Motor Psycho” (1965), “Angels from Hell” (1968), “The Naked Zoo” (1971), “The Van” (1977) and “Tom Horn” (1980). Among his other television credits are “The Streets […]

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  • Stephen Paddock

    1953 - 2017

    Stephen Paddock (1953 - 2017)

    According to court records, Stephen Paddock was married and divorced twice. He was first married from 1977 to 1979, and for the second time from 1985 to 1990, both marriages in Los Angeles County, California. Family members say he stayed on good terms with his ex-wives. His brother Eric said that Stephen had no political […]

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  • Stephen Thorne

    1953 - 1986

    Stephen Thorne (1953 - 1986)

    Stephen Douglas Thorne (February 11, 1953 – May 24, 1986) was an American Naval officer and a NASA astronaut candidate.  He was born on February 11, 1953, in Frankfurt, Germany, and graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1975. He was a Navy fighter pilot from 1976 until he became a test pilot in 1981. […]

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  • Stephen Vincent Benet

    1898 - 1943

    Stephen Vincent Benet (1898 - 1943)

    Author. Poet. Born in Fountain Hill, Pennsylvania, the son of Colonel J. Walker Benét and Frances Neill Rose, his family had a long military tradition. At ten, Benét attended the Hitchcock Military Academy, but was eventually rejected by the army due to poor vision. During WWI he worked in Washington, D.C. as a cipher clerk. […]

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  • Stephen Vrabel

    1956 - 2004

    Stephen Vrabel (1956 - 2004)

    Vrabel and Susan Clemente were an unmarried couple living together with their daughter, Lisa Clemente, in a Struthers, Ohio apartment that the family rented from Susan’s sister and brother-in-law. On March 3, 1989, Vrabel went into the Miller Rod and Gun Store in Youngstown to purchase a gun. He selected a gun but when asked […]

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  • Stephen Wayne Anderson

    1953 - 2002

    Stephen Wayne Anderson (1953 - 2002)

    Anderson had been incarcerated for one count of aggravated burglary in 1971 and three counts of aggravated burglary in 1973. While incarcerated at Utah State Prison, Anderson murdered an inmate, assaulted another inmate, and assaulted a correctional officer. Anderson also admitted to six other contract killings in Las Vegas, Nevada that happened prior to the […]

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  • Sterling Hayden

    1916 - 1986

    Sterling Hayden (1916 - 1986)

    Sterling Hayden became a print model and later signed a contract with Paramount Pictures, who dubbed the 6′5″ (1.96 m) actor “The Most Beautiful Man in the Movies” and “The Beautiful Blond Viking God.” His first film, Virginia (1941), starred Madeleine Carroll, with whom he fell in love and married. After two film roles, he […]

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  • Sterling Holloway

    1905 - 1992

    Sterling Holloway (1905 - 1992)

    Born in Cedartown, Georgia, Holloway was named after his father, Sterling Price Holloway, who himself was named after a prominent Confederate general, Sterling “Pap” Price. His mother was Rebecca DeHaven (some sources say her last name was Boothby). He had a younger brother named Boothby. The family owned a grocery store in Cedartown, where his […]

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  • Steve Ihnat

    1934 - 1972

    Steve Ihnat (1934 - 1972)

    Born Stefan Ihnat, he was raised on a farm in Lynden, Ontario. His family settled there after fleeing his native Czechoslovakia in 1939, when he was five years old. Ihnat, his mother, father, and two young boys from other families left Czechoslovakia three days before Prague was occupied by invading German forces in March of […]

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  • Steve Abbott

    1943 - 1992

    Steve Abbott (1943 - 1992)

    Author. Born in Lincoln, Nebraska, he studied in his city of birth and began his career as writer. He is remembered for his books “Mermaid Dreams”, “Wrecked Hearts”, “The Lives of the Poets”, “Holy Terror” and “The Lizard Club”.  Family links:  Spouse:  Barbara Louise Binder Abbott (1946 – 1973)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Steve Allen

    1921 - 2000

    Steve Allen (1921 - 2000)

    Steve Allen Steve Allen is best known as the first host of The Tonight Show, but he was also an accomplished musician, composer, author and actor, with many books, musical compositions and films to his credit. After the death of his father, Allen and his mother moved to Chicago, Illinois. In 1947, he began hosting […]

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  • Steve Atkinson

    1948 - 2003

    Steve Atkinson (1948 - 2003)

    Professional Hockey Player. Born in Toronto, Ontario. He was drafted 6th overall in 1966 following four years with the Flyers that featured two Memorial Cups, one in 1965, the other in 1968.  Boston Bruins from 1968 to 1969. He moved on to the Oklahoma City Blazers from 1968 to 1969. Winning the rookie of the […]

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  • Steve Bechler

    1979 - 2003

    Steve Bechler (1979 - 2003)

    Steve Bechler attended South Medford High School in Medford, Oregon. He graduated in 1998. Playing for the school’s baseball team, he was named to the All-Oregon third team in his senior year. Heading into the 1998 Major League Baseball draft, Baseball America rated Bechler the best high school prospect from the state of Oregon. The Baltimore […]

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  • Steve Benton

    1896 - 1976

    Steve Benton (1896 - 1976)

    Actor in 12 films including: “Life With Blondie,” “The Lady from Shanghai,” “Jolson Sings Again,” “Picnic,” “Pal Joey,” and “Walk on the Wild Side.” (bio by: TLS)

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  • Steve Brodie

    1919 - 1992

    Steve Brodie (1919 - 1992)

    Steve Brodie appeared in more than two hundred films, mostly from the mid-1940s to the early 1950s. He worked at various studios, including MGM, RKO and Republic Pictures, appearing mostly in westerns and B-movies. He played supporting roles in the majority of his films, including the 1947 film noir classic Out of the Past and […]

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