• Steve Clark

    1960 - 1991

    Steve Clark (1960 - 1991)

    Before joining Def Leppard in 1978, Steve Clark played cover songs with his small band, Electric Chicken, in Sheffield. Around that time, he met Pete Willis (Def Leppard’s original guitarist and founder). Clark asked for a spot in the band and joined Def Leppard in January 1978. According to Joe Elliott in Behind the Music, […]

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  • Steve Cochran

    1917 - 1965

    Steve Cochran (1917 - 1965)

    From 1949–52 Steve Cochran worked for Warner Brothers in mostly supporting roles (often playing boxers and gangsters), and before that he was under contract to Samuel Goldwyn. He appeared in many films, including The Chase (1946), The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), Copacabana (1947), A Song Is Born (1948), Highway 301 (1950), The Damned […]

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  • Steve Conte

    1920 - 1997

    Steve Conte (1920 - 1997)

    Actor. A native of Gagliato, Italy, he is best known for playing thugs and henchmen, most notably in the classic “Batman” television series. His big-screen credits include “Wiretapper” (1955), “I Was A Teenage Werewolf” (1957), “Change Of Habit” (1969), “My Father’s House” (1975), “Fast Break” (1979), “Samurai” (1979), “The Onion Field” (1979), “Midas Valley” (1985), […]

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  • Steve Curnow

    1984 - 1999

    Steve Curnow (1984 - 1999)

    Steve Curnow was born on August 28, 1984 to parents Robert and Susan Curnow. He has one sister named Nancy. Steve dreamed of being a Navy top gun pilot and was very close with his mom Susan and father Bob. He loved soccer and worked part-time as a referee and his dad Bob coached the soccer […]

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  • Steve Darrell

    1904 - 1970

    Steve Darrell (1904 - 1970)

    Actor in 53 television series/shows including: “The Gene Autry Show,” “The Lone Ranger,” “Cheyenne” and “Tales of Wells Fargo.” Steve also appeared in 86 films including: “Angels With Dirty Faces,” “Valley of Fear,” “The Ghost of Zorro,” “The Law vs. Billy the Kid,” “Tarantula” and “The Ten Commandments.” (bio by: TLS)

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  • Steve Drake

    1923 - 1948

    Steve Drake (1923 - 1948)

    Actor. Born as Dale Laurence Fink, he was an experienced horse who started his film career as an extra in western movies. He made his big screen debut in “Pioneer Justice” (1947). His other credits included “Black Hills” (1947), “The Westward Trail” (1948), “The Hawk of Power River” (1948), “The Gallant Legion” (1948) and “The […]

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  • Steve Endean

    1948 - 1993

    Steve Endean (1948 - 1993)

    Stephen Robert “Steve” Endean (August 6, 1948 – August 4, 1993) was an early gay rights activist, first in Minnesota, then nationally. He was born in Davenport, Iowa, and came to Minnesota to attend the University of Minnesota from 1968-1972, majoring in political science. In 1971, Endean founded the Minnesota Committee for Gay Rights (later Gay Rights […]

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  • Steve Fisher

    1912 - 1980

    Steve Fisher (1912 - 1980)

    Steve Fisher was born 29 August 1912, in Marine City, Michigan. He was raised in Los Angeles, California, where he attended Oneonta Military Academy until running away to join the Navy at the age of sixteen. Fisher spent four years in the Navy submarine service, during which time he wrote prolifically, selling stories to U.S. […]

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  • Steve Irwin

    1962 - 2006

    Steve Irwin (1962 - 2006)

    Steve Irwin – Crocodile Hunter While you are here check out another grave site on http://www.foundagrave.com/.  You can also find his full biography here. Steve Irwin’s friend and cameraman, who was with the famed wildlife expert when he died on Sept. 4, 2006, revealed Irwin’s final words on an Australian talk show on Sunday: “I’m […]

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  • Steve Jobs

    1955 - 2011

    Steve Jobs (1955 - 2011)

    Steven Paul “Steve” Jobs (/ˈdʒɒbz/; February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) was an American entrepreneur, marketer, and inventor, who was the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. Through Apple, he is widely recognized as a charismatic and design-driven pioneer of the personal computer revolution and for his influential career in the computer and […]

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  • Steve McNair

    1973 - 2009

    Steve McNair (1973 - 2009)

    STEVE MCNAIR Steve McNair was born in a small house in Mount Olive, Mississippi, and attended Mount Olive High School as a freshman in the fall of 1987, where he played football, baseball, and basketball in addition to running track. As a junior, McNair led Mount Olive to the state championship. McNair also played free safety in high school, and […]

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  • Steve Neal Barton

    1954 - 2001

    Steve Neal Barton (1954 - 2001)

    Actor. He is best remembered for the role of Raoul, the dashing romantic lead in both the original London and Broadway productions of “The Phantom of the Opera.” He originated the role in London in 1986 and continued with it when it arrived in New York in 1988. Most of his career was spent in […]

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  • Steve Palermo

    1949 - 2017

    Steve Palermo (1949 - 2017)

    Steve Palermo was born on October 9, 1949 in Worcester, Massachusetts. He studied education at Norwich University, Leicester Junior College and Worcester State College. While in school, he worked as a baseball umpire. Barney Deary, who headed Major League Baseball’s Umpire Development Program, discovered Palermo working a Little League all-star game. As a result, Palermo […]

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  • Steve Ripley

    1950 - 2019

    Steve Ripley (1950 - 2019)

    Steve Ripley Steve Ripley, leader of Grammy-nominated country-rock band the Tractors, died Thursday at his home in Pawnee, Oklahoma, following a battle with cancer. He was 69. With Ripley as frontman, the Tractors scored their biggest hit with their rollicking debut single, “Baby Likes to Rock It,” in 1994, attracting critical attention and rapidly earning […]

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  • Steve Rubell

    1943 - 1989

    Steve Rubell (1943 - 1989)

    Businessman. He is best known as being the owner of the world famous 1970s New York ‘super’ club, Studio 54. Born in New York, Rubell worked in the restaurant and office business before deciding to open the ultimate nightclub. In 1977 with his partner, Ian Schrager, they rented a vacant theater and opened Studio 54 […]

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  • Steve Sabol

    1942 - 2012

    Steve Sabol (1942 - 2012)

    As president of the most honored filmmaker in sports, Sabol continued to be the artistic vision behind the studio that revolutionized the way America watches football. Sabol and his father, Ed, who was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on February 5, 2011, were honored in 2003 with the Lifetime Achievement Emmy from […]

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  • Steve Sanders

    1952 - 1998

    Steve Sanders (1952 - 1998)

    Steve Sanders Steve Sanders, a baritone who spent a decade with the Oak Ridge Boys after replacing one of country music’s most colorful personalities, died Wednesday. He was 45. The former child star died of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Police said Sanders’ wife, Janet, told them he shot himself at his […]

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  • Steve Van Buren

    1920 - 2012

    Steve Van Buren (1920 - 2012)

    Van Buren was born in La Ceiba, Honduras but, after he was orphaned as a boy, he was sent to live with relatives in New Orleans. From Warren Easton High School in New Orleans, he received an athletic scholarship to Louisiana State University, where he led the nation in points (110) and touchdowns (16) as […]

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  • Steven Geray

    1904 - 1973

    Steven Geray (1904 - 1973)

    He was born in Ungvár, Austria-Hungary (now called Uzhgorod, Ukraine) and educated at the University of Budapest. He made his first stage appearance at the Hungarian National Theater under his real name and after nearly four years he made his London Stage debut (as Steven Geray) in 1934, appearing in Happy Week-End! and began appearing […]

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  • Steven Gilborn

    1936 - 2009

    Steven Gilborn (1936 - 2009)

    Steven Neil Gilborn (July 15, 1936 – January 2, 2009) was an American actor and educator. Gilborn was born in New Rochelle, New York. He attended Swarthmore College, where he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in English and earned a Ph.D. in dramatic literature from Stanford University in 1969, where his dissertation provided a psychoanalytic perspective […]

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  • Steven J. Ross

    1927 - 1992

    Steven J. Ross (1927 - 1992)

    Businessman. He was the CEO of Time Warner Incorporated, Warner Communications, and Kinney National Services, Incorporated. Born Steven Jay Rechnitz in Brooklyn, New York, he was the son of Jewish immigrants. His father lost all his money during the Great Depression of the 1930s and changed the family name to Ross in hope of finding […]

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  • Steven Keats

    1945 - 1994

    Steven Keats (1945 - 1994)

    The son of Jewish emigrants from Denmark,[citation needed] Keats was a popular and prolific actor of the 1970s. He grew up in Canarsie, Brooklyn, New York, graduated from the New York School for the Performing Arts (now Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts). After serving a tour of duty […]

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  • Steven Sotloff

    1983 - 2014

    Steven Sotloff (1983 - 2014)

    Steven Sotloff (Hebrew: סטיבן סוטלוף‎‎; May 11, 1983 – c. September 2, 2014) was an American-Israeli journalist. In August 2013, he was kidnapped in Aleppo, Syria, and held captive by militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/ISIS). Steven Sotloff was the son of Arthur and Shirley Sotloff of Pinecrest, Florida, a suburb […]

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  • Steven Van McHone

    1970 - 2005

    Steven Van McHone (1970 - 2005)

    Steven McHone’s stepbrother Wesley Adams Jr. and his wife Wendy were visiting Wesley Adams Sr. and his wife, Mildred. Just after midnight on June 3, McHone was heard arguing with the couple by Wesley Jr. and Wendy, who were in bed. Mildred Adams entered their room and asked if they had moved a handgun that […]

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  • Stevie Wright

    1947 - 2015

    Stevie Wright (1947 - 2015)

    Stevie Wright was born in Leeds, England, in 1947 to George Wright and Dorothy Wright (née Longden); his family migrated to Melbourne, Australia, when he was nine. They moved to Sydney in 1960 and lived in Villawood near the Villawood Migrant Hostel. He was lead vocalist for local band, The Outlaws, and by 1964 had […]

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  • Stewart Alsop

    1914 - 1974

    Stewart Alsop (1914 - 1974)

    Journalist. He became widely acclaimed for his political news reporting and commentary. His career lasted from 1945 to 1974, and he wrote for the “New York Herald Tribune”, the “Saturday Evening Post”, and “Newsweek”. He was the younger brother of journalist Joseph Wright Alsop.  Family links:  Parents:  Joseph Wright Alsop (1876 – 1953)  Corinne Douglas […]

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  • Stewart Granger

    1913 - 1993

    Stewart Granger (1913 - 1993)

    English Actor.  He started out in British films in the 1930’s and appeared in some sixty movies during his career. He became an overnight star in England after his appearance in “The Man in Grey” attracting Hollywood’s attention leading to a contract with MGM where he appeared in a number of swashbuckler and white hunter […]

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  • Stewart Stern

    1922 - 2015

    Stewart Stern (1922 - 2015)

    Stewart Henry Stern (March 22, 1922 – February 2, 2015) was a two-time Oscar-nominated and Emmy award winning American screenwriter. He is best known for writing the screenplay for the iconic film Rebel Without a Cause (1955), starring James Dean. In addition to Rebel Without a Cause, Stewart Stern’s most notable screenwriting credits include Sybil, which […]

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  • Stig Anderson

    1931 - 1997

    Stig Anderson (1931 - 1997)

    Stig Anderson Anderson was the founder of the Polar Music record label in 1963. Initially beginning his career as a chemistry and mathematics teacher after leaving school at the age of 15, Anderson soon entered the Swedish popular music scene, becoming a music producer, manager and also occasional performer.  Anderson had begun writing songs as […]

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  • Stig Dagerman

    1923 - 1954

    Stig Dagerman (1923 - 1954)

    Poet, Writer, Essayist, Playwright. Concidered as one of the most important Swedish authors. Started as a writer for the paper ”Arbetaren,” a co-operation he maintained throughout his life. At the age of 21, 1945, he made his debut as an author with the novel ”Ormen” (The Snake). As a playwright, he made his debut at […]

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