• Sumi Sevilla Haru

    1939 - 2014

    Sumi Sevilla Haru (1939 - 2014)

    American film, television and theatre actress. Haru was born Mildred Sevilla in 1939 in Orange, New Jersey. Her acting credits included “Krakatoa,” “East of Java,” “MASH,” “The Beverly Hillbillies” and “Hill Street Blues.” Haru was the author of the 2012 memoir Iron Lotus: Memoirs of Sumi Sevilla Haru. Haru served on the Screen Actors Guild‐American […]

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  • Sumner Archibald Cunningham

    1843 - 1913

    Sumner Archibald Cunningham (1843 - 1913)

    Journalist. Sumner Archibald Cunningham was the founder and editor of the Confederate Veteran magazine which was one of the New South’s most influential monthlies and made Cunningham a central figure in the “Lost Cause” movement of the late nineteenth century. Sumner was raised on a farm in Bedford County, Tennessee. At the outbreak of the […]

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  • Sumner Hunt

    1865 - 1938

    Sumner Hunt (1865 - 1938)

    American Architect. Hunt received architectural training as a draftsman in the offices of Clarence B. Cutler of Troy, New York. He moved to Los Angeles in 1888 and opened his own firm in 1893. That same year he designed the Casa de Rosas, a Spanish Renaissance style school near downtown Los Angeles. Hunt began work […]

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  • Sun Myung Moon

    1920 - 2012

    Sun Myung Moon (1920 - 2012)

    Sun Myung Moon was born Mun Yong-myeong on 25 February 1920, in modern-day North P’yŏng’an Province, North Korea, at a time when Korea was under Japanese rule. He was the younger of two sons in a farming family of eight children. Moon’s family rejected the Shinto faith pushed by the country’s Japanese rulers and followed […]

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  • Sunny Sue Johnson

    1953 - 1984

    Sunny Sue Johnson (1953 - 1984)

    Supporting actress, perhaps best remembered for her performance as ‘Jeanie Szabo,’ promising figure skater-turned dancer, in the hit 1983 movie “Flashdance”. She appeared in several films during her brief life, including “Almost Summer” (1978), “National Lampoon’s Animal House” (1978), “Why Would I Lie?” (1980), “Where the Buffalo Roam” (1980), “Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Hype” (1980), […]

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  • Sunset Carson

    1920 - 1990

    Sunset Carson (1920 - 1990)

    Born on November 12, 1920 at Gracemont, Oklahoma to Maurice Greely Harrison and Azalee Belle McAdams. He moved to Plainview, Texas as a child (1930 US Census Hale County, Texas). Carson became an accomplished rodeo rider in his youth. For a time he worked in a western show owned by early cowboy actor Tom Mix. […]

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  • Suraiya

    1929 - 2004

    Suraiya (1929 - 2004)

    Legendary Indian Actress. Born Suraiya Jamal Sheikh , she debuted as a child star with Taj Mahal (1941). She was effectively launched as a singing star in Bombay Talkies “Humaari Baat” (1943). She made her presence felt in perhaps India’s first multi-starrer K.Asif’s “Phool” (1944) and played strong supporting roles in Mehboob Khan’s Anmol “Ghadi […]

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  • Susan Cabot

    1927 - 1986

    Susan Cabot (1927 - 1986)

    Actress. Born Harriet Shapiro in Boston, Massachusetts, Cabot was raised in eight different foster homes. She attended high school in Manhattan, where she took an interest in dramatics and joined the school dramatic club. She illustrated children’s books during the day and sang at Manhattan’s Village Barn at night. She made her film debut as […]

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  • Susan Alamo

    1925 - 1982

    Susan Alamo (1925 - 1982)

    Religious Cult Figure. In 1969, she co-founded the Alamo Christian Foundation with her husband, Tony Alamo. The organization quickly gained notoriety for its intense evangelistic methods and “in your face” approach to sin in the Hollywood culture at large. In 1976, the ministry moved its headquarters to Alma, Arkansas, her childhood home. The Foundation gained […]

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  • Susan Atkins

    1948 - 2009

    Susan Atkins (1948 - 2009)

    Born in San Gabriel, California, the second of three children, Susan Atkins grew up in northern California. According to her, both her parents, Edward John and Jeanette, were alcoholics. Her mother died of cancer in 1963. Over the next three years, Susan’s life was disrupted by the gradual breakup of her family, frequent relocations, and […]

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  • Susan B. Anthony

    1820 - 1906

    Susan B. Anthony (1820 - 1906)

    Susan Brownell Anthony was born on February 15, 1820, to Daniel Anthony and Lucy Read in Adams, Massachusetts, the second oldest of seven children. Her family shared a passion for social reform. Her brothers Daniel and Merritt moved to Kansas to support the anti-slavery movement there. Merritt fought with John Brown against pro-slavery forces during […]

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  • Susan Bieke Neilson

    1956 - 2006

    Susan Bieke Neilson (1956 - 2006)

    Neilson was born August 27, 1956 in Ann Arbor and was a lifelong Michigan resident. In 1977, she received an A.B. degree in political science from the University of Michigan Honors College. Neilson received her law degree in 1980 from Wayne State University Law School. Following graduation she practiced products liability, commercial litigation, medical malpractice, […]

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  • Susan Browning

    1941 - 2006

    Susan Browning (1941 - 2006)

    Actress. A native of Baldwin, New York, she is best remembered to television audiences for her roles as ‘Nancy Garrison’ on “Love Is A Many Slendored Thing,” from 1968 to 1969, ‘Pat Gimble’ on “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman,” from 1976 to 1977, and ‘Sister Amelia’ on the soap opera series, “One Life To Live,” from […]

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  • Susan Cabot

    1927 - 1986

    Susan Cabot (1927 - 1986)

    Actress. Born Harriet Shapiro in Boston, Massachusetts, Cabot was raised in eight different foster homes. She attended high school in Manhattan, where she took an interest in dramatics and joined the school dramatic club. She illustrated children’s books during the day and sang at Manhattan’s Village Barn at night. She made her film debut as […]

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  • Susan Denise Atkins

    1948 - 2009

    Susan Denise Atkins (1948 - 2009)

    Manson Family Member, Murderer. Born in San Gabriel California, Susan Denise Atkins was the second of three children born to Edward and Jeanette Atkins. Susan Atkins became a follower of Charles Manson, where she was known as Sadie Mae Glutz, in 1967. She was one of the responsible parties in the 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders, and […]

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  • Susan Elizabeth Blow

    1843 - 1916

    Susan Elizabeth Blow (1843 - 1916)

    Educator. Reared in a deeply religious home, she was educated by tutors and at a private school in New York City. While traveling in Germany, she became interested in the revolutionary kindergarten methods developed by the German Idealist philosopher Friedrich Froebel. After a year of study under Froebel devotee Maria Kraus-Boeltz in New York, Blow […]

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  • Susan Fleming Marx

    1909 - 2002

    Susan Fleming Marx (1909 - 2002)

    Actress and wife of comedian Harpo Marx. She was married to Harpo from September 28, 1936 to his death on September 28, 1964. She was the sister-in-law of Zeppo, Groucho, Gummo and Chico Marx. She appeared in the films “God’s Country And The Woman” (1937), “Gold Diggers of 1937” (1936), “Star For A Night” (1936), […]

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  • Susan Gordon

    1949 - 2011

    Susan Gordon (1949 - 2011)

    Susan Lynn Gordon (July 27, 1949 — December 11, 2011) was an American child actress who appeared in films and numerous episodes of television programs such as The Twilight Zone, My Three Sons, and The Donna Reed Show. Gordon was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the daughter of film director Bert I. Gordon and his wife […]

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  • Susan Hayward

    1917 - 1975

    Susan Hayward (1917 - 1975)

    Susan Hayward was born Edythe Marrenner in Brooklyn, New York City, the youngest of three children born to Ellen (née Pearson) and Walter Marrenner. Her paternal grandmother was an actress, Kate Harrigan, from County Cork, Ireland. Her mother was of Swedish descent. She had an older sister Florence (born May 1910) and an older brother […]

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  • Susan Jane Berman

    1945 - 2000

    Susan Jane Berman (1945 - 2000)

    Author, Murder Victim. Berman was the daughter of a mob figure who wrote extensively of her father, who replaced Bugsy Siegel in Las Vegas at the Flamingo Hotel after Siegel’s 1947 murder. In 1981, she published the memoir “Easy Street” about her life. Berman was a reporter for The San Francisco Examiner and also wrote […]

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  • Susan Johnson-Kehn

    1927 - 2003

    Susan Johnson-Kehn (1927 - 2003)

    Actress. she appeared in the role of a Choir Nun in the 1993 film, “Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit,” starring Whoopi Goldberg. (bio by: K)

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  • Susan Luckey

    1938 - 2012

    Susan Luckey (1938 - 2012)

    Susan Luckey Suzanne Dolores Luckey (April 4, 1938 – November 29, 2012) was an American actress, best known for her roles in the musical films Carousel, released in 1956, and The Music Man, which opened in 1962. Luckey performed on Broadway during the 1950s, including the original 1954 adaptation of Peter Pan and Take Me […]

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  • Susan Oliver

    1932 - 1990

    Susan Oliver (1932 - 1990)

    By September 1949 and using her new name, Susan Oliver returned to the East Coast to begin drama studies at Swarthmore College, followed by professional training at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City. After working in summer stock, regional theater and in unbilled bits in daytime and primetime TV shows and commercials, she made […]

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  • Susan Peretz

    1940 - 2004

    Susan Peretz (1940 - 2004)

    Actress. She is best remembered for her role as ‘Darlene Gilbert’ in the television comedy series, “Babes” from 1990 to 1991. Among her other roles were in the films, “Hurry Up, I’ll Be 30” (1973), “Dog Day Afternoon” (1975), “Melvin And Howard” (1980), “Carpool” (1983), “The Ratings Game” (1985), “Poltergeist II: The Other Side” (1986), […]

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  • Susan Peters

    1921 - 1952

    Susan Peters (1921 - 1952)

    Peters was born Suzanne Carnahan in Spokane, Washington, the elder of two children born to Robert and Abby Carnahan. Her father was a civil engineer of Irish descent while her mother was of French descent. Shortly after her birth, the Carnahan family moved to Portland, Oregon. In 1933, Robert Carnahan was killed in a car […]

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  • Susan Shaw

    1929 - 1978

    Susan Shaw (1929 - 1978)

    Motion picture actress. She performed in a wide variety of roles in films such as “London Belongs to Me,” “The Woman in Question,” “Chain of Events” and “Wide Boy.” Married to American-British Actor Bonar Colleano, she was never to be the same again after his tragic death, and spent most of her life fighting a […]

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  • Susan Strasberg

    1938 - 1999

    Susan Strasberg (1938 - 1999)

    Actress, Author. The daughter of legendary Actors Studio co-founder Lee Strasberg and Paula Strasberg, she attended the High School of Performing Arts in New York City and debut on stage at age fifteen in the off-Broadway play “Maya” (1953). She would be mentored privately by her mother. During this time, she initiated her TV career […]

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  • Susan Tyrrell

    1945 - 2012

    Susan Tyrrell (1945 - 2012)

    Susan Tyrrell Susan Tyrrell (born Susan Jillian Creamer; March 18, 1945 – June 16, 2012), was an American actress who appeared in dozens of film, stage and television productions over a forty-year career. Her performance as Oma in John Huston’s Fat City (1972) earned her a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. […]

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  • Susan Tyrrell

    1945 - 2012

    Susan Tyrrell (1945 - 2012)

    Susan Tyrrell made her Broadway debut in 1965 as a replacement performer in the comedy Cactus Flower. In 1968, as a member of the Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center, she was in the cast of King Lear and revivals of The Time of Your Life (1969) and Camino Real (1970). Off-Broadway, Tyrrell appeared in the […]

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  • Susan Vickery

    1958 - 1985

    Susan Vickery (1958 - 1985)

    Actress. Born in Los Angeles, California, she appeared in TV episodes of “The Rock Star Part I”, “Hello Larry”, “Crossroads” and “Palmerstown” in the early 1980s. (bio by: John “J-Cat” Griffith)

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