• Gail Stanton

    1954 - 1996

    Gail Stanton (1954 - 1996)

    Actress, Model. Born Brenda Stone in Memphis, Tennessee, she was Playboy Magazine’s Playmate of the Month for June 1978. The daughter of a Southern Baptist church deacon, she changed her name to Gail Stanton so that she would not embarrass her father. A former high school cheerleader and homecoming queen, Stanton began her modeling career […]

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  • Gaines Adams

    1983 - 2010

    Gaines Adams (1983 - 2010)

    Adams was born in Greenwood, South Carolina. He attended Fork Union Military Academy in 2001 and recorded 58 tackles, 22 sacks, and two interceptions in 10 games. He was a three-year starter at Cambridge Academy, a small private school which only had an 8-man football team, where he was a dominant wide receiver and defensive […]

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  • Gakkai Yoda

    1970 - 1970

    Gakkai Yoda (1970 - 1970)

    Scholar of classical Chinese. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Gale Gordon

    1906 - 1995

    Gale Gordon (1906 - 1995)

    Gale Gordon Gale Gordon is one of the most recognized supporting actors in show business most notably working with Lucille Ball on all of her shows.  What is not so well known among the general public is that Gordon had a long and extensive career in radio, even becoming radio’s highest paid actor at one […]

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  • Gale Henry

    1893 - 1972

    Gale Henry (1893 - 1972)

    Actress. Born in Bear Valley, California, she was one of the first pioneer slapstick comediennes in the film industry. From 1914 to 1917, she was in over 250 a one-reelers for Joker, a Universal Pictures company. Her many feature film credits included “Cave Man Stuff” (1918), “Wild Woman” (1919), “Galloping Ghost” (1926), “The Love Doctor” […]

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  • Gale Robbins

    1921 - 1980

    Gale Robbins (1921 - 1980)

    Gale Robbins (born Betty Gale Robbins, May 7, 1921 – February 18, 1980) was an American actress and singer.  Born in Chicago, Illinois, Robbins graduated from high school in June 1939 and began her career with the Phil Levant band in 1940. She married her high school sweetheart, Robert Olson, in November 1944 when he […]

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  • Gale Storm

    1922 - 2009

    Gale Storm (1922 - 2009)

    Storm was born Josephine Owaissa Cottle in Bloomington in Victoria County, Texas, United States. The youngest of five children, she had two brothers and two sisters. Her father, William Walter Cottle, died after a year-long illness when she was just seventeen months old, and her mother, Minnie Corina Cottle, struggled to raise the children alone. […]

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  • Gandhi

    1869 - 1948

    Gandhi (1869 - 1948)

    Gandhi Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, more commonly known as ‘Mahatma’ (meaning ‘Great Soul’) was born in Porbandar, Gujarat, in North West India, on 2nd October 1869, into a Hindu Modh family. His father was the Chief Minister of Porbandar, and his mother’s religious devotion meant that his upbringing was infused with the Jain pacifist teachings of […]

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  • Gandolfo Curto

    1890 - 1929

    Gandolfo Curto (1890 - 1929)

    Organized Crime Figure. A top Captain in the Organized Crime Family of Joe “The Boss” Masseria during the 1920s, “Frankie Marlow” ran a major gambling and bootlegging operation in New York City. He was also a boxing manager and night club owner. He was a partner in the ownership of the Cotton Club in Harlem. […]

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  • Gardnar Mulloy

    1913 - 2016

    Gardnar Mulloy (1913 - 2016)

    While Gardnar Mulloy was the tennis coach at the University of Miami, Mulloy recruited Pancho Segura for the tennis team. Segura won three straight NCAA singles titles in 1943, 1944, and 1945, a college record now matched by Steve Johnson, who won in 2010, 2011, and 2012. Segura went on to enjoy a successful professional […]

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  • Garfield Morgan

    1931 - 2009

    Garfield Morgan (1931 - 2009)

    Garfield Morgan (19 April 1931 – 5 December 2009) was an English actor who appeared mostly on TV and occasionally in films. Born in Birmingham, Warwickshire, Morgan was apprenticed as a dental mechanic before going to drama school. He started his acting career with the Arena Theatre, Birmingham. He then went on to be Director of […]

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  • Garry Marshall

    1934 - 2016

    Garry Marshall (1934 - 2016)

    Garry Marshall began his career as a joke writer for such comedians as Joey Bishop and Phil Foster and then became a writer for The Tonight Show with Jack Paar. In 1961, he moved to Hollywood, where he teamed up with Jerry Belson as a writer for television. The pair worked on The Dick Van […]

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  • Garry Shandling

    1949 - 2016

    Garry Shandling (1949 - 2016)

    Garry Shandling Comedian, actor, writer and producer Garry Shandling, known for “It’s Garry Shandling’s Show” and “The Larry Sanders Show,” died Thursday, the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed. He was 66. A spokesman for the LAPD said they received a 911 call from Shandling’s home on Thursday, saying the comedian suffered from a “medical emergency.” […]

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  • Gary Abrahams

    1944 - 1992

    Gary Abrahams (1944 - 1992)

    Motion Pictures Figure. Along with partner Gary Essert, in 1971 he co-founded “FILMEX,” the Los Angeles Film International Festival. Later, the two created the American Cinematheque in 1981. Both men passed away in 1992 due to the complication of AIDS. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Gary Bradds

    1942 - 1983

    Gary Bradds (1942 - 1983)

    Gary Bradds was selected by the Baltimore Bullets in the 1st round (3rd pick overall) of the 1964 NBA Draft. Bradds played in the North American Basketball League for Benton Harbor in 1965-66 and was Second Team NABL. He played for Columbus in 1966-67 and was named First Team NABL. He played for the Bullets (1964–66) in […]

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  • Gary Carter

    1954 - 2012

    Gary Carter (1954 - 2012)

    Carter was born in Culver City, California in 1954 to Jim Carter, an aircraft worker, and his wife, Inge. Gary was athletic at a young age, winning (along with four other boys) the 7-year old category of the first national Punt, Pass, and Kick skills competition in 1961. When Gary was 12, his mother died […]

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  • Gary Coleman

    1968 - 2010

    Gary Coleman (1968 - 2010)

    Actor.  As a child he appeared in episodes of “The Jeffersons” and “Good Times” before attaining celebrity status as a star of the NBC situation comedy “Diff’rent Strokes”, where his character’s usual retort to his brother (played by Todd Bridges) “What’choo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?” became a national catchphrase.  Coleman earned as much as $100,000 per […]

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  • Gary Collins

    1938 - 2012

    Gary Collins (1938 - 2012)

    Gary Collins made a career in television, co-starring, with Jack Warden and Mark Slade, in the 1965 series The Wackiest Ship in the Army. He co-starred, with Dale Robertson and Robert Random, in the 1966-68 series The Iron Horse. He starred in the 1972 television series Sixth Sense, in syndication part of Rod Serling’s Night […]

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  • Gary Cooper

    1901 - 1961

    Gary Cooper (1901 - 1961)

    Gary Cooper (born Frank James Cooper; May 7, 1901 – May 13, 1961) was an American film actor known for his natural, authentic, and understated acting style and screen performances. His career spanned thirty-five years, from 1925 to 1960, and included leading roles in eighty-four feature films. He was a major movie star from the […]

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  • Gary Crosby

    1933 - 1995

    Gary Crosby (1933 - 1995)

    Gary Crosby was born in Los Angeles and attended Stanford University but dropped out. He fell into the entertainment business, and performed in a harmony singing group, The Crosby Boys, with his three brothers, Philip, Lindsay, and Dennis, during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. As a teenager, he duetted with his father on two songs, […]

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  • Gary Evan Crosby

    1933 - 1995

    Gary Evan Crosby (1933 - 1995)

    Gary Evan Crosby was born in Los Angeles and attended Stanford University but dropped out. He fell into the entertainment business, and performed in a harmony singing group, The Crosby Boys, with his three brothers, Philip, Lindsay, and Dennis, during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. As a teenager, he duetted with his father on two […]

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  • Gary Gilmore

    1940 - 1977

    Gary Gilmore (1940 - 1977)

    Gilmore was born in McCamey, Texas, on December 4, 1940, the second of four sons to Frank and Bessie Gilmore. Frank Gilmore Sr. (1890–1962), an alcoholic con man, had numerous wives and families, none of whom he supported. He married Bessie (née Brown) (1914 – June 1980), a Mormon outcast from Provo, Utah, in Sacramento, […]

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  • Gary Graver

    1938 - 2006

    Gary Graver (1938 - 2006)

    Gary Graver (July 20, 1938 – November 16, 2006) was an American film director and cinematographer. He was a prolific film-maker but is best known as Orson Welles’ final cinematographer. Under the pseudonym of Robert McCallum he also directed adult films. Graver was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. In high school, he produced and starred […]

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  • Gary Gray

    1936 - 2006

    Gary Gray (1936 - 2006)

    Born in Los Angeles, California, Gray was the son of to Jeanie Ellen Dickson and John William Gray, aka Bill Gray, a film business manager. On January 28, 1961 he married Jean Charlene Bean. The couple had four daughters and 19 grandchildren. It was two clients of his father’s, Bert Wheeler and Jack Benny, who suggested […]

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  • Gary Hart

    1942 - 2008

    Gary Hart (1942 - 2008)

    Gary Hart WWE is mourning the death of legendary wrestling manager Gary Hart, who guided the careers of several icons and was one of the creative forces behind World Class Championship Wrestling. Hart passed away over the weekend. Hart’s career, which spanned four decades, began in 1963, when Gary Hart made his debut as an in-ring […]

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  • Gary Lee Bradds

    1942 - 1983

    Gary Lee Bradds (1942 - 1983)

    Professional Basketball Player. The consensus college basketball Player of the Year at Ohio State University for the 1963 to 1964 season, he averaged 30.6 points a game that year. His professional basketball career lasted from 1965 to 1972 with the Baltimore Bullets of the National Basketball League, and the Oakland Oaks, the Washington Capitals, the […]

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  • Gary Mason

    1962 - 2011

    Gary Mason (1962 - 2011)

    Gary Mason was a British boxer who was based in Chatham, Kent, England. He was born in Jamaica. Mason fought at the heavyweight level and became the British heavyweight champion in 1989. Mason was a top ten contender, his main strengths being his punching power, heart and physical strength. Mason fought 38 times as a […]

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  • Gary Merrill

    1915 - 1990

    Gary Merrill (1915 - 1990)

    Born in Hartford, Connecticut, Gary Merrill attended private Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, and Trinity College and began acting in 1944, while still in the United States Army Air Forces, in Winged Victory. Before entering films, Merrill’s deep cultured voice won him a recurring role as Batman in the Superman radio series. His film career […]

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  • Gary Olsen

    1957 - 2000

    Gary Olsen (1957 - 2000)

    Olsen was born Gary Kenneth Grant in London and lived with an aunt and uncle after losing both his parents, Patricia and Kenny, at an early age. He attended the Archbishop Tenison’s Church of England School in Kennington. After school he joined various junior stage groups and toured with fringe theatrical companies, such as Incubus […]

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  • Gary S. Becker

    1930 - 2014

    Gary S. Becker (1930 - 2014)

    Nobel Prize Winning Economist, Author. He was the recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 1992 for his work regarding microeconomics in relation to human behavior. Born in a Pennsylvania mining town, his father was a small business owner, Gary’s family relocated to Brooklyn, New York during his youth. He attained a Bachelor […]

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