• Larry Ashbrook

    1952 - 1999

    Larry Ashbrook (1952 - 1999)

    Larry Ashbrook interrupted a teen prayer rally in the Wedgwood Baptist Church, slamming his hand on a door to make his presence known. Spouting anti-Baptist rhetoric, he opened fire with a 9 mm semi-automatic handgun and a .380-caliber handgun. He reloaded several times during the shooting; three empty magazines were found at the scene. Seven […]

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  • Larry Brown

    1951 - 2004

    Larry Brown (1951 - 2004)

    Author, Writer. A native of Oxford, Mississippi, Brown, took up writing while working as a firefighter. Brown’s works include, “Facing The Music” (1988), “Big Bad Love” (1990), Dirty Work” (1989), “On Fire” (1995), “Father And Son” (1996), “Joe” (1991), “Fay” (2000), “Billy Ray’s Farm (2001), and “The Rabbit Factory” (2003). His books have also been […]

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  • Larry Butler

    1942 - 2012

    Larry Butler (1942 - 2012)

    Larry Butler country music producer/songwriter. From the mid-1970s through the 1980s, he worked with Kenny Rogers. Many of his albums with Rogers went either gold or platinum and accumulated many millions of sales around the world. These albums include Kenny Rogers (1976), The Gambler (1978), Gideon (1980) and I Prefer The Moonlight (1987). Rogers and […]

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  • Larry Doby

    1923 - 2003

    Larry Doby (1923 - 2003)

    Lawrence Eugene Doby (December 13, 1923 – June 18, 2003) was an American professional baseball player in the Negro leagues and Major League Baseball (MLB) who was the second black player to break baseball’s color barrier. A native of Camden, South Carolina and three-sport all-state athlete while in high school in Paterson, New Jersey, Doby […]

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  • Larry Drake

    1949 - 2016

    Larry Drake (1949 - 2016)

    Larry Drake was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on February 21, 1949, the son of Raymond John Drake, a drafting engineer for an oil company, and Lorraine Ruth (née Burns), a homemaker. He graduated from Tulsa Edison High School and the University of Oklahoma. Larry Drake is mostly remembered for his portrayal of developmentally disabled Benny Stulwicz […]

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  • Larry Elgart

    1922 - 2017

    Larry Elgart (1922 - 2017)

    Larry Elgart was born in 1922 in New London, Connecticut, four years younger than his brother, Les. Their mother was a concert pianist; their father played piano as well, though not professionally. Both brothers began playing in jazz ensembles in their teens, and while young Larry played with jazz musicians such as Charlie Spivak, Woody […]

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  • Larry Gallo

    2024 - 1968

    Larry Gallo (2024 - 1968)

    Organized Crime Figure.

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  • Larry Gates

    1915 - 1996

    Larry Gates (1915 - 1996)

    Actor. He was awarded a Daytime Emmy in 1985 for Best Supporting Actor for his role as ‘H.B. Lewis’ (1983 to 1996) on the soap opera “Guiding Ligh”t. He was well-known respected character on stage, television and film. His Broadway debut was as ‘Sydney Relitch’ in “Bell, Book and Candle.” He was nominated for a […]

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  • Larry Goldberg

    1934 - 2003

    Larry Goldberg (1934 - 2003)

    Businessman. Owner of several pizza establishments in New York City known as Goldberg’s Pizza. Winner of the best pizza award for many years. Author of the books “Controlled Cheating: The Fats Goldberg,” “Take It Off, Keep It Off Diet Program” and “The Goldberg’s Pizza Book.”  (bio by: Erik Lander)  Family links:  Parents:  Arthur P. Goldberg […]

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  • Larry Grantham

    1938 - 2017

    Larry Grantham (1938 - 2017)

    James Larry Grantham (September 16, 1938 – June 17, 2017) was an American collegiate and professional football player. A member of the Ole Miss Athletic Hall of Fame, he was a linebacker at the University of Mississippi who came to the American Football League’s New York Titans in the 1960 college draft and helped form […]

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  • Larry Hagman

    1931 - 2012

    Larry Hagman (1931 - 2012)

    Actor, Producer, and Director. He will be remembered for two iconic television roles: As the comical Major Anthony Nelson in the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie, and for the villainous Texas oil tycoon, J.R. Ewing on the prime-time hit Dallas. Hagman was  born in Weatherford, Texas, near Fort Worth. His parents divorced in 1936, when […]

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  • Larry Haines

    1918 - 2008

    Larry Haines (1918 - 2008)

    Actor. He was a prolific performer of television, stage and films in a career that spanned more than five decades. He is best known for appearing 35 years in the role of Stu Bergman on the soap opera “Search for Tomorrow”, for which he won two Emmy Awards. In addition, he received Tony Award nominations […]

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  • Larry Hovis

    1936 - 2003

    Larry Hovis (1936 - 2003)

    Hovis was born in Wapato, Washington, and moved to Houston, Texas as a small child. As a youth, he was a singer, appearing on Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts. Hovis attended the University of Houston. During the mid-1950s, Hovis sang in nightclubs with groups including the Mascots, and the Bill Gannon Trio. He wrote songs and […]

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  • Larry J. Blake

    1914 - 1982

    Larry J. Blake (1914 - 1982)

    Actor. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he began his career on the stage and made his big screen debut in “The Road Back” (1937). A veteran of nearly a 100 films, his credits included “Backlash” (1947), “Cruisin Down the River” (1953), “Earth vs. the Flying Saucers” (1956), “Hang ‘Em High” (1968), “The Stone Killer” (1973), […]

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  • Larry Jennings

    1933 - 1997

    Larry Jennings (1933 - 1997)

    In 1964, Karrell Fox told Larry Jennings about the Magic Castle. Knowing that Dai Vernon now lived in Hollywood, Jennings quit his job as a combustion engineer. He and Nina moved to California and lived at 2005 Ivar Street, Apt. 7. In Hollywood, Larry got a job working for Leo Behnke’s father in the plumbing […]

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  • Larry Keating

    1899 - 1963

    Larry Keating (1899 - 1963)

    Larry Keating was born in St. Paul, Minnesota. In the late 1930s, Keating created Professor Puzzlewit, a quiz program on KMJ radio in Fresno, California. He also was the program’s quizmaster. Keating was an announcer for NBC in the 1940s, an announcer for ABC radio’s This Is Your FBI from 1945 to 1953, and a regular on […]

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  • Larry Kert

    1930 - 1991

    Larry Kert (1930 - 1991)

    Born as Frederick Lawrence Kert in Los Angeles, California, Larry Kert graduated from Hollywood High School. From a Shubert Theater Playbill for 1963’s ‘I Can Get It For You Wholesale’, starring Kert: “He attended Los Angeles City College. As a teenager he worked at breaking wild horses to saddle– which led to a teen-age career […]

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  • Larry Riley

    1953 - 1992

    Larry Riley (1953 - 1992)

    Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Larry Riley began acting in high school before studying drama at Memphis State University. He made his professional stage debut in 1971, and went on to appear in various stage productions on and off-Broadway including A Broadway Musical, Shakespeare’s Cabaret, I Love My Wife, and Big River, a musical based on […]

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  • Larry Thor

    1916 - 1976

    Larry Thor (1916 - 1976)

    A native of Lundar, Manitoba, Canada, Larry Thor was a soldier, a construction worker, a farmer, and a rancher before he went into broadcasting. His first experience in radio came in 1937 as an unpaid singer at CFAR in Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada. He soon became the writer for CFAR, a job he held for […]

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  • Larry Walters

    1949 - 1993

    Larry Walters (1949 - 1993)

    Larry Walters had often dreamed of flying, but was unable to become a pilot in the United States Air Force because of his poor eyesight. He first thought of using weather balloons to fly at age 13 and 14, after seeing them hanging from the ceiling of a military surplus store. Twenty years later, he […]

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  • Lars Amble

    1939 - 2015

    Lars Amble (1939 - 2015)

    Actor. Born Lars Anders Amble-Næss, he was a Swedish actor and director who appeared in numerous motion pictures and plays. He worked for the Royal Dramatic Theater in Sweden after theater school training.  After leaving the Royal Dramatic Theater in 1969, Amble appeared in various plays, musicals, television shows, and movies.   His most notable […]

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  • Lars Ekborg

    1926 - 1969

    Lars Ekborg (1926 - 1969)

    Actor, Comedian. He acted in many musicals, revues, films, theatres and on radio and television in his native Sweden during his career. Among others, he was noted for the films “Sommaren med Monika” (by Ingmar Bergman, 1953), ”Gula Divisionen” (1954) och ”Att angöra en brygga” (1965). He was educated at Calle Flygare´s Theatre School and […]

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  • Lars Mauritz Hanson

    1886 - 1965

    Lars Mauritz Hanson (1886 - 1965)

    Actor. He is best known for his Silent Screen portrayals in the Golden Age of Movies. Born in Gothenburg, Sweden into a seafaring family, he worked as a gold engraver until he won a free scholarship to the Stockholm Dramatic Theater. Gaining prominence as a talented Shakespearean actor, in 1915 he made his mark in […]

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  • Lasse Dahlquist

    1910 - 1979

    Lasse Dahlquist (1910 - 1979)

    Singer, Composer and Actor. When returning home to Sweden after some years at sea, he started as a singer for Columbia Records in 1931. His major breakthrough was in 1938 with “Jolly Bob från Aberdeen”. He wrote hundreds of songs, most of them coloured by his native upgrowing at the Swedish westcoast, and was often […]

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  • Laudas Joseph “Duke” Dukowski

    1900 - 1976

    Laudas Joseph “Duke” Dukowski (1900 - 1976)

    Professional Hockey Player. A native of Regina, Saskatchewan, he played for the Chicago Blackhawks from 1926 to 1927, and from 1929 to 1931, and the New York Americans from 1930 to 1931, and from 1932 to 1934. Originally going by the name Dutkowski, he dropped the ‘T’ from his name. After his hockey days he […]

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  • Laura Adorkor “Mother Kofi” Kofi

    1970 - 1928

    Laura Adorkor “Mother Kofi” Kofi (1970 - 1928)

    Social Reformer. A native of Ghana, she founded “The African Universal Church and Commercial League” in the United States. Its aim was to repatriate African-Americans back to the homeland of their forefathers in West Africa. She was assassinated on the pulpit. Cause of death: assassinated

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  • Laura Antonelli

    1941 - 2015

    Laura Antonelli (1941 - 2015)

    Laura Antonelli was born Laura Antonaz in Pola, Italy (present-day Pula, Croatia), former capital of Istria. She moved with her family first to Genoa and then to Venice, before they all eventually settled in Naples. She had a childhood interest in education, and as a teenager she became proficient at gymnastics. In an interview for […]

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  • Laura Ashley

    1925 - 1985

    Laura Ashley (1925 - 1985)

    Designer. Although Laura Ashley grew up in London, she was born Laura Mountney in Dolwais, Merthyr Tydfil, Wales. Her love for that bucolic region heavily influenced her designs in home fashion and clothing. Ashley began her design career in London, on her kitchen table, where she sketched out designs for wallpaper, headscarves, placemats, and table […]

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  • Laura Bergquist

    1970 - 1970

    Laura Bergquist (1970 - 1970)

    American reporter and editor. The wife of writer Fletcher Knebel, Bergquist worked for Look Magazine from 1954 until it ceased publishing in 1971. She won four Overseas Press Club awards for her coverage of Latin America. She was a close friend of the Kennedy family and in 1965 wrote a book called “A Very Special […]

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  • Laura Betti

    1927 - 2004

    Laura Betti (1927 - 2004)

    Actress. Born Laura Trombetti, best known for her long artistic partnership and relation with the poet, writer and film director Pier Paolo Pasolini. Directed by him, she starred notably in “Teorema” (1968), for which was awarded with the Coppa Volpi for Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival, and in “I racconti di Canterbury” (1972). […]

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