• Eugene C. Patterson

    1923 - 2013

    Eugene C. Patterson (1923 - 2013)

    Patterson was born in Valdosta, Georgia, to a bank cashier and a schoolteacher. After the bank at which his father worked was closed in the course of the Great Depression, the family moved to a small farm near Adel, Georgia. The house had no running water or electricity, and was heated only by the fireplace. […]

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  • Eugene Carson Blake

    1906 - 1985

    Eugene Carson Blake (1906 - 1985)

    Religious figure, Author. Presbyterian Church leader and author of several books relating to the church and the changing world. (bio by: Chuck Kearns)

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  • Eugène Delacroix

    1798 - 1863

    Eugène Delacroix (1798 - 1863)

    Painter. His father was the Foreign Minister under the Directory and Prefecture of Marseilles. He become an orphan at the age of 16. In 1816 he entered the School of Fine Arts. In 1822 he presented his first Masterpiece “The Barque of Dante.” He went to England in the summer 1825 and made some lithograph […]

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  • Eugene Higgins

    1874 - 1958

    Eugene Higgins (1874 - 1958)

    Artist. He was the artist of the poor, and the lonely, portraying them in the drama of their human existence. Also painted 3 U.S. Post Office murals for the Federal Arts Project, in Washington D.C. His works can be seen today in the Metropolitian Museum in New York, and the Congressional Library. (bio by: Laurie)

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  • Eugene McDermott

    1899 - 1973

    Eugene McDermott (1899 - 1973)

    Scientist, Businessman. He was a pioneering geophysicist, and was the founder of Texas Instruments, renowned for developing and commercializing semiconductor and computer technology.

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  • Eugene O’Keefe

    1827 - 1913

    Eugene O’Keefe (1827 - 1913)

    Brewer of beer, “O’Keefe Brewing.”

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  • Eugene O’Neill

    1888 - 1953

    Eugene O’Neill (1888 - 1953)

    After his experience in 1912–13 at a sanatorium where he was recovering from tuberculosis, he decided to devote himself full-time to writing plays (the events immediately prior to going to the sanatorium are dramatized in his masterpiece, Long Day’s Journey into Night). Eugene O’Neill had previously been employed by the New London Telegraph, writing poetry […]

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  • Eugene Roche

    1928 - 2004

    Eugene Roche (1928 - 2004)

    Roche was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of Mary M. (née Finnegan) and Robert F. Roche, who was at the time serving in the U.S. Navy. He served in the United States Army after graduating high school. He married Marjory Perkins in 1953; the couple had nine children, including actors Eamonn, Liam Chad, […]

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  • Eugène Schneider

    1805 - 1875

    Eugène Schneider (1805 - 1875)


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  • Eugene Wigner

    1902 - 1995

    Eugene Wigner (1902 - 1995)

    Eugene Paul “E. P.” Wigner (Hungarian: Wigner Jenő Pál; November 17, 1902 – January 1, 1995), was a Hungarian-American theoretical physicist, engineer and mathematician. He received half of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1963 “for his contributions to the theory of the atomic nucleus and the elementary particles, particularly through the discovery and application […]

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  • Eugenia Paul

    1935 - 2010

    Eugenia Paul (1935 - 2010)

    Eugenia Paul (March 3, 1935 – May 24, 2010) was an American actress and dancer best known for her role as Elena Torres in the television series, Zorro, which aired on the American television network, ABC. Paul was born Eugenia Popoff in Dearborn, Michigan of Russian heritage. She signed as a dancer with Warner Bros. when […]

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  • Eugenie Besserer

    1868 - 1934

    Eugenie Besserer (1868 - 1934)

    Actress. She is best-remembered for playing Al Jolson’s doting mother in the landmark talkie “The Jazz Singer” (1927). In the film’s most famous scene, Jolson serenades her with Irving Berlin’s “Blue Skies” and then utters the immortal phrase, “You ain’t heard nothing yet!” Besserer was born in Watertown,  New York.  She married at 15 and […]

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  • Eugenie Leontovich

    1900 - 1993

    Eugenie Leontovich (1900 - 1993)

    Born in Podolsk, she studied at Moscow’s Imperial School of Dramatic Art, and then under Meyerhold at the Moscow Art Theatre, which she subsequently joined. As the daughter of an officer in the Russian Imperial Army, Eugenie Leontovich suffered greatly during the Revolution. Her three brothers (who were Army officers like their father) were murdered […]

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  • Eugenio Castellotti

    1930 - 1957

    Eugenio Castellotti (1930 - 1957)

    Eugenio Castellotti was born in Lodi, Italy. He acquired a Ferrari at the age of twenty, from a local benefactor, and began racing sports cars in 1952. That year he won the Portuguese Grand Prix, was third at Bari and second at Monaco which was run that year for sports cars. In 1953 he won […]

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  • Eugenio Granell

    1912 - 2001

    Eugenio Granell (1912 - 2001)

    Painter. Born in Galicia, Spain, Granell was considered the last Spanish surrealist. During the Spanish Civil War, Granell was forced into exile and lived in the Dominican Republic and in Los Angeles before setting in New York in 1957. There he was associated with the Phases Movement, and his works were influenced by the nature […]

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  • Eun-ju Lee

    1980 - 2005

    Eun-ju Lee (1980 - 2005)

    Actress. Best remembered for her role as “Young-shin” in the Korean war drama “Taeguki” or National Flag in english. The film, released in 2004 was one of the highest-grossing films in the Korea’s history and made the rounds in the international circuit. Lee began her career as a model and scored her first major role […]

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  • Eunice Shriver

    1921 - 2009

    Eunice Shriver (1921 - 2009)

    Born Eunice Mary Kennedy in Brookline, Massachusetts, she was the fifth of nine children of Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., and Rose Fitzgerald. She was educated at the Convent of The Sacred Heart, Roehampton, London and at Manhattanville College in Upper Manhattan (the school later moved further North to Purchase, New York). After graduating from Stanford University […]

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  • Eunice W. Johnson

    1916 - 2010

    Eunice W. Johnson (1916 - 2010)

    Born Eunice Walker on April 4, 1916, in Selma, Alabama, she graduated with a degree in sociology from Talladega College in 1938. During her matriculation at college Eunice joined Delta Sigma Theta.  Together with her husband, she established The Negro Digest in 1942, a magazine styled after Reader’s Digest. The rapid growth of their first […]

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  • Eunice Walker Johnson

    1916 - 2010

    Eunice Walker Johnson (1916 - 2010)

    Business Magnate. Founder, Director and Producer, Ebony Fashion Fair; Secretary-Treasurer, Johnson Publishing Company, Inc.; Co-Creator, Fashion Fair Cosmetics; Widow of John H. Johnson, Founder of Johnson Publishing Company, Inc. which is the largest African-American owned publishing company in the United States. She is credited with naming the company’s premier magazine, EBONY, which along with Jet […]

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  • Eunice Woodruff

    1910 - 1921

    Eunice Woodruff (1910 - 1921)

    Actress. Born in Los Angels, California, she was a Native American child performer in the silent film era. Her movie credits included “Ashes” (1916), “Virtuous Sinners” (1919) and “Out Of The Dust” (1920). She died at age 10 in Pomona, California. (bio by: John “J-Cat” Griffith)  Family links:  Parents:  Florence Eunice Woodruff (1882 – 1946)

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  • Eva Elisabet Dahlbeck

    1920 - 2008

    Eva Elisabet Dahlbeck (1920 - 2008)

    Actress. Born in Sweden, she is best known to many for her roles in director Ingmar Bergman’s films “Secrets of Women” (1952), “A Lesson in Love” (1954), “Journey Into Autumn” (1955) and “Brink of Life”,  for which she shared the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1958. After attending the Royal Dramatic […]

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  • Eva Franco

    1906 - 1999

    Eva Franco (1906 - 1999)

    Actress. Franco was a leading figure on the Golden Age of Argentinian stage and cinema. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Franco debuted in the stock company of her parents at the age of 16. In 1929, she founded her own company and she worked with Federico García Lorca on the play “La Dama Boba.” In […]

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  • Eva Gabor

    1919 - 1995

    Eva Gabor (1919 - 1995)

    Born in Budapest to a Hungarian Jewish mother and a Hungarian father, Eva Gabor was the youngest of three daughters of Vilmos Gábor (1884–1962), a soldier, and his wife Jolie (1896–1997), a jeweler. She was the first of the sisters to emigrate to the United States, with her first husband, a Swedish osteopath, Dr. Eric […]

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  • Eva LeGallienne

    1899 - 1991

    Eva LeGallienne (1899 - 1991)

    Actress, Director, Producer, and Memoirist. Le Gallienne’s first professional stage appearance was at the age of 15, in Maurice Maeterlinck’s Monna Vanna in 1914. A year after being dissatisfied with the commerical she founded The Apprentice Group, a free school for actors. Poet May Sarton, a graduate of the school, became one of Le Gallienne’s […]

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  • Eva Novak

    1898 - 1988

    Eva Novak (1898 - 1988)

    Actress. The sister of actress Jane Novak, she got her start in the early 1920s as one of Mack Sennett’s bathing beauties. Later she appeared opposite William S. Hart and continued doing her own stuntwork until 1921 when she married director/stuntman William Reed. With the advent of sound, Novak’s popularity faded, finishing out her career […]

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  • Eva Peron

    1919 - 1952

    Eva Peron (1919 - 1952)

    Eva Peron María Eva Duarte de Perón (7 May 1919 – 26 July 1952) was the second wife of Argentine President Juan Perón (1895–1974) and served as the First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952. She is usually referred to as Eva Perón, or by the affectionate Spanish language diminutive Evita. […]

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  • Eva Pflug

    1929 - 2008

    Eva Pflug (1929 - 2008)

    Eva Pflug was born on June 12, 1929 in Leipzig. After her first film, The Council of the Gods (1950), she worked in Helmut Käutner’s Schinderhannes with Curd Jürgens. In the first Edgar-Wallace film Der Frosch mit der Maske (1959), she had a small part as a night club singer. Three years later, Pflug was […]

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  • Eva Rausing

    1964 - 2012

    Eva Rausing (1964 - 2012)

    She was born Eva Louise Kemeny, a daughter of Tom Kemeny, a PepsiCo executive. In 2008, Rausing and her husband faced drugs charges after she was caught trying to smuggle drugs into the US embassy in London, and hard drugs were subsequently found at their home. She was eventually cautioned by the police.  Rausing was […]

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  • Eva Tanguay

    1879 - 1947

    Eva Tanguay (1879 - 1947)

    Actress, Singer. Born in in Quebec, Canada, she was a singer and entertainer who billed herself as “the girl who made vaudeville famous”. She made her vaudeville debut in New York City in 1904 and went on to have a long-lasting vaudeville career which commanded one of the highest salaries of any performer of the […]

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  • Evald Schorm

    1931 - 1988

    Evald Schorm (1931 - 1988)

    Evald Schorm was born into a peasant family, and spent his childhood at the family farm in Elbančice near Mladá Vožice. After communists confiscated the family property, he was expelled from school and moved to Zličín near Prague, together with his parents. Schorm had to become a construction worker, but in 1956 he was finally […]

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