• Lynne Carol

    1914 - 1990

    Lynne Carol (1914 - 1990)

    Actress. Playing one of the most memorable characters in “Coronation Street,” she was the ever morose Martha Longhurst, one of the Ena Sharples “Snug Cronies.” She was always in her element as the gossipy type, playing off to the dominant Ena, (Violet Carson) and the mousy Minnie (Margot Bryant). After her character was “killed off” […]

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  • Lynne Carver

    1916 - 1955

    Lynne Carver (1916 - 1955)

    Actress. Born Virginia Reid Sampson, she was a leading lady in mostly western films from the mid 1930s to the late 1940s. She began her career as a member of the Goldwyn Girls performing in RKO Studios musicals and was billed as Virginia Reid in films such as “To Beat the Band” (1935). Her more […]

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  • Lynne Frederick

    1954 - 1994

    Lynne Frederick (1954 - 1994)

    Frederick was born in Hillingdon, Middlesex to Andrew Frederick (1914-1983) and Iris C. (née Sullivan) Frederick (1928-2006). Her mother became a casting director for Thames Television. Lynne’s parents separated when she was two years old, and she was brought up by her mother, Iris, and her grandmother, Cecilia, at Market Harborough, Leicestershire.  Having originally aspired […]

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  • Lynne Gorman

    1970 - 1989

    Lynne Gorman (1970 - 1989)

    Actress.  She appeared in a number of movies, TV movies, and television shows, mostly in supporting roles.  She is most remembered for playing the role of Mrs John Pringle in the TV movie, Anne of Avonlea (1987).  Her first movie, The Test (1961) was not a hit, nor was her other later movies.  She was […]

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  • Lynne Perrie

    1931 - 2006

    Lynne Perrie (1931 - 2006)

    Actress. She became a houshold name starring in the long-running British television soap Coronation Street(1960-?), as Ivy Tildsley from (1971-1994). Born in Yorkshire, she first accheived her breaktrough to stardom in Ken Loach’s “Kes” (1969). Her television credits include; “Queenie’s Castle” (1970), “Follyfoot” (1971), and “Coronation Street” (1971-1994). She married Derrick Barksby and produced one […]

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  • Lynne Roberts

    1922 - 1978

    Lynne Roberts (1922 - 1978)

    Born in El Paso, Texas, Lynne Roberts was the daughter of Hobart M. Roberts, a bookkeeper, and May Holland. The family moved to Los Angeles in the 1920s. Lynne Roberts began working as an actress in the 1930s, under contract to Republic Pictures. At the age of 14, in 1936, she played a role in Bulldog […]

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  • Lynne Thigpen

    1948 - 2003

    Lynne Thigpen (1948 - 2003)

    Born in Joliet, Illinois, Thigpen obtained a degree in teaching. She taught English in high school briefly while studying theatre and dance at the University of Illinois. Thigpen moved to New York City in 1971 to begin her career as a stage actress. She had a long and prolific theater career, and appeared in numerous […]

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  • Lyonel Feininger

    1871 - 1956

    Lyonel Feininger (1871 - 1956)

    An American painter, he was born in the United States but active in Germany until persecution by the Nazis drove him back to the U.S. His gentle geometric style often featured sailboats and skyscrapers. He work can be seen at the Museum of Modern Art and the Met. (bio by: Rick Watson)  Family links:  Children: […]

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  • Lyubov Orlova

    1902 - 1975

    Lyubov Orlova (1902 - 1975)

    Actress. The Soviet Union’s most popular movie star of the 1930s. She shot to fame in a series of glossy, escapist musical-comedies, typically playing humble working girls who climb the ladder of Soviet society through talent and ideological correctness. Her biggest hits included “Circus” (1936), “Volga-Volga” (1938),  and “Bright Road” (1940),  all directed by her […]

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  • Lyubov Sokolova

    1921 - 2001

    Lyubov Sokolova (1921 - 2001)

    Actress. She was nicknamed “Mama Sokolova” for her kindly maternal roles in Russian and international films. Sokolova’s output was so prodigious—an estimated 370 screen appearances—that she was listed in the Guiness Book of Records as “The World’s Most Prolific Actress”. Among her films are “And Quiet Flows the Don” (1957), “Resurrection” (1960), “Vaska’s Mother” (1960), […]

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  • Lyudmila Gurchenko

    1935 - 2011

    Lyudmila Gurchenko (1935 - 2011)

    Actress, Singer. She was a leading star of the Russian stage and screen for many years. Raised in the Ukraine she attended Moscow’s All Union State Institute of Cinematography and made her silver screen bow in the 1956 drama “Doroga pravdy”. That same year saw her achieve stardom with her portrayal of Lena Krylova in […]

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  • Lyudmila Shagalova

    1923 - 2012

    Lyudmila Shagalova (1923 - 2012)

    Actress. A noted performer of the Soviet stage and screen for nearly half a century, she shall be remembered for her roles in more than 40 feature films. Born in what was then the Soviet Union, little is recorded of her early years though she apparently took to show business early as she made her […]

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  • Lyudmila Vasilyevna Tselikovskaya

    1919 - 1992

    Lyudmila Vasilyevna Tselikovskaya (1919 - 1992)

    Actress. A performer of both the stage and screen, she was considered Russia’s leading sex symbol of the 1940s. Tselikovskaya studied piano at the Gnesin School of Music before switching her interests to the field of acting. From 1937 to 1941 she attended the Shehiukin Theatrical School in Moscow, graduating three weeks prior to the […]

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