• Kaye Valerie Elhardt

    1935 - 2004

    Kaye Valerie Elhardt (1935 - 2004)

    Actress in seven films. She also appeared on 36 television shows including: Sea Hunt, Wagon Train, 77 Sunset Strip, Perry Mason, My Three Sons and Family Affair – among others. (bio by: TLS)  Inscription:ACTRESS-MOTHER-FREE SPIRIT

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  • Kayla Rolland

    1993 - 2000

    Kayla Rolland (1993 - 2000)

    The death of Kayla Rolland occurred at Buell Elementary School in Mount Morris Township, Michigan, United States on February 29, 2000. Six-year-old Dedrick Darnell Owens fatally shot classmate Kayla Renee Rolland (May 12, 1993 – February 29, 2000) in a stairwell before he was taken into police custody. Buell Elementary School closed in 2002. It […]

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  • Kazimierz Gorski

    2024 - 1970

    Kazimierz Gorski (2024 - 1970)

    Olympic Soccer Coach. He was the head coach of the Polish national soccer team from 1971 to 1976 and chairman of the Polish Soccer Federation from 1991 to 1995. He led Poland to a gold and silver medal in the 1972 and 1976 Summer Olympics and a third place finish in the 1974 World Cup. […]

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  • Kazuo Hasegawa

    1908 - 1984

    Kazuo Hasegawa (1908 - 1984)


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  • Kazuo Iwama

    1970 - 1982

    Kazuo Iwama (1970 - 1982)

    Scientist, Businessman. He was a physicist at the Earthquake Research Institute of Tokyo University before he joining Akio Morita, Masaru Ibuka and Akira Higuchi in June 1946 as part of Totsuko, which would eventually develop into what is now the Sony Corporation. Iwama became Morita’s brother-in-law and celebrated his wedding ceremony soon after Totsuko was […]

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  • Kazutoshi Ueda

    1970 - 1970

    Kazutoshi Ueda (1970 - 1970)

    Scholar of Japanese literature. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)

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  • Keefe B. Brasselle

    1923 - 1981

    Keefe B. Brasselle (1923 - 1981)

    Actor. Born John Brasselli in Elyria, Ohio, he was a film-television performer, also a producer and author. A veteran of  over thirty films, he was most noted for the role as Earl Eastman in “A Place In the Sun” (1951) and for the lead role as Eddie Cantor in “The Eddie Cantor Story” (1953). In […]

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  • Keene Curtis

    1923 - 2002

    Keene Curtis (1923 - 2002)

    Keene Curtis (February 15, 1923 – October 13, 2002) was an American character actor. Curtis was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Polley Francella (née Holbrook), a teacher, and Ira Charles Curtis, a railway and civil service employee. Curtis made his film debut in the 1948 Orson Welles adaptation of Macbeth. Additional film credits included American […]

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  • Keiko Awaji

    1933 - 2014

    Keiko Awaji (1933 - 2014)

    Actress. She will perhaps be best remembered by international movie audiences for playing Kimiko in the picture “The Bridges at Toko-Ri” (1954). Born Ayako Ida, she left high school early and became a member of the Shochiku Kageki Dan (or the SKD) She marked her motion picture debut in “Stray Dogs” (1949) and would go […]

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  • Keiko Tsushima

    1926 - 2012

    Keiko Tsushima (1926 - 2012)

    Japanese Actress. A respected star of the Japanese cinema, she is remembered for a long career during which she transitioned from daughter to mother to grandmother roles. Born Mori Naoko, she initially intended to be a dancer and indeed was teaching dance at the Shochika Oofuna movie studio when she was spotted and given her […]

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  • Keisuke Ito

    1803 - 1901

    Keisuke Ito (1803 - 1901)

    Scholar and physician. Interested in many subjects, Ito learned Confucianism and medicine from his father, a physician. He was also interested in botany. Ito published seventeen books, among them the well-known “Nippon Sanbutsushi” and “Nippon Shokubutsu Zusetsu Soubu.” He later examined methods of vaccination against smallpox and established a method of vaccination for use in […]

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  • Keith Allen

    1923 - 2014

    Keith Allen (1923 - 2014)

    Allen played junior hockey for the Saskatoon Quakers in 1940–41, and then joined the Washington Eagles of the Eastern Amateur Hockey League for the 1941–42 season, followed by a year with the Buffalo Bisons of the American Hockey League. During the Second World War, he played on the Saskatoon Navy hockey team, and then played […]

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  • Keith Allen Haring

    1958 - 1990

    Keith Allen Haring (1958 - 1990)

    Keith Allen Haring Artist. Born in Reading, Pennsylvania to Allen and Joan Haring. As a child Keith was fascinated by the cartoon art of Walt Disney and Charles Schultz and the illustrations of Dr. Seuss. He spent many hours drawing. After graduating from high school in 1976, Keith briefly attended the Ivy School of Professional […]

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  • Keith Andes

    1920 - 2005

    Keith Andes (1920 - 2005)

    Actor. Born in Ocean City, New Jersey, he sevred in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II. He debuted in cinema in “Winger Victory” (1944), in an uncredited role. In 1947, he appeared as one of Loretta Young’s brothers in the classic film The Farmer’s Daughter (1947). He also worked in “Clash […]

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  • Keith Emerson

    1944 - 2016

    Keith Emerson (1944 - 2016)

    Keith Emerson Santa Monica Police confirmed to Billboard that Keith Emerson died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head and his death has been ruled a suicide. Keith Emerson, one of the most legendary keyboardists in rock history thanks to his work in Emerson, Lake & Palmer and The Nice, died at age 71 […]

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  • Keith Haring

    1958 - 1990

    Keith Haring (1958 - 1990)

    Keith Haring was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, on May 4, 1958. He was raised in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, by his mother Joanne Haring, and father Allen Haring, an engineer and amateur cartoonist. He had three younger sisters, Kay, Karen and Kristen. Haring became interested in art at a very early age spending time with his father […]

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  • Keith Moon

    1978 - 1978

    Keith Moon (1978 - 1978)

    Keith Moon Keith John Moon (23 August 1946 – 7 September 1978) He was noted for his unique drumming style and his eccentric, often self-destructive behaviour. In 2011, Moon was voted the second-greatest drummer in history by a Rolling Stone readers’ poll. His drumming continues to be praised by critics and musicians. Moon grew up in […]

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  • Keith Wayne

    1945 - 1995

    Keith Wayne (1945 - 1995)

    Keith Wayne (January 16, 1945 — September 9, 1995), born Ronald Keith Hartman, was an American actor known for his (only) role as Tom in the George A. Romero film Night of the Living Dead (1968). Keith Wayne was born in Washington, Pennsylvania. His father was Vincent W. Hartman. His mother was Margaret Warga Hartman; […]

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  • Keith Whitley

    1954 - 1989

    Keith Whitley (1954 - 1989)

    Whitley was born to Faye (editor of The Elliott County News) and Elmer Whitley (an electrician) in Ashland, Kentucky, but was raised 46 miles away in Sandy Hook, and attended Sandy Hook High School. He had two brothers, Randy and Dwight, and a sister, Mary. The Whitley family has lived in the Elliot County area […]

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  • Kellie Waymire

    1967 - 2003

    Kellie Waymire (1967 - 2003)

    Suzanne Kellie Waymire was born in Columbus, Ohio, and was a descendant of Revolutionary War patriot John Rudolph Waymire. She attended Southern Methodist University (where she won the Greer Garson Award), graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater, and later earned a Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of California, San […]

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  • Kelly Fleming

    1983 - 1999

    Kelly Fleming (1983 - 1999)

    Kelly Fleming and her family moved to Littleton from Phoenix, Arizona 18 months before the shooting. Her father Don said they scoured the area looking for a good neighborhood where their daughters would be safe. Kelly was a shy and creative girl who loved Halloween and was an aspiring songwriter and author who wrote many […]

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  • Kelly Preston

    1962 - 2020

    Kelly Preston (1962 - 2020)

    Kelly Preston Born Kelly Kamalelehua Smith in Honolulu, Preston studied acting at the University of Southern California before landing some bit parts on television including “CHiPs” and “Roseanne.” That led to the role of playing Mary Lee on the short-lived television series “For Love and Honor.” But Hollywood took notice in 1988 when she starred […]

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  • Kemal Sunal

    1944 - 2000

    Kemal Sunal (1944 - 2000)

    Kemal Sunal graduated from Vefa Lisesi (Vefa High School). In his early ages, he started pursuing what was to become a long and successful acting career, in minor roles in theatres. For a brief period, he worked in the Kenterler Theatre and took part in his first play Zoraki Takip. He was later transferred to […]

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  • Ken Annakin

    1914 - 2009

    Ken Annakin (1914 - 2009)

    Annakin was born in and grew up in Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire where he attended the grammar school. He began his career in feature films following an early experience making documentaries. Injured in the Liverpool blitz, he joined the RAF Film Unit, where he worked as camera operator on propaganda films for the Ministry […]

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  • Ken Berry

    1933 - 2018

    Ken Berry (1933 - 2018)

    Ken Berry Ken Berry, the boyish television actor who played nice guys with affable attitudes and a wide range of I.Q.s on three popular sitcoms between 1965 and 1990, died on Saturday in Burbank, Calif. He was 85. The death was confirmed by a spokeswoman at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, The Associated Press said. […]

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  • Ken Carpenter

    1900 - 1984

    Ken Carpenter (1900 - 1984)

    Actor. Born in Avon, Illinois, he was best known for being the man with the golden voice, longtime TV and radio announcer. In 1929, he moved to Hollywood, became a staff announcer for KFI Radio and joined NBC Radio Networks in 1932. There he announced USC and UCLA football games for the Pacific Coast and […]

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  • Ken Carson

    1914 - 1994

    Ken Carson (1914 - 1994)

    Musician, Actor.  Born Hubert Paul Flatt, he began his career singing and playing harmonica on a local radio show and later went on to perform with Stuart Hamblen, the Beverly Hill Billies (not to be confused with the later TV show of the same name) and The Ranch Boys before becoming a member of The […]

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  • Ken Christy

    1894 - 1962

    Ken Christy (1894 - 1962)

    Actor in 23 television series/shows and 90 films including: “Foreign Correspondent” (1940), “Here Comes Mr. Jordan” (1941), “Ball of Fire” (1941), “The Glass Key” (1942), “Hello, Frisco, Hello” (1943), “Cheaper By the Dozen” (1950), “Sunset Blvd.” (1950), “My Sister Eileen” (1955), “Escape From San Quentin” (1957). (bio by: TLS)  Family links:  Parents:  Francis Marion Christy […]

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  • Ken Curtis

    1916 - 1991

    Ken Curtis (1916 - 1991)

    Though born Curtis Wain Gates in Lamar in Prowers County in southeastern Colorado, Curtis was reared west of there in Las Animas, the seat of Bent County. His father, Dan Gates, was the Bent County sheriff. The family lived above the jail and his mother, Nellie Sneed Gates, cooked for the prisoners. The jail is […]

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  • Ken Darby

    1909 - 1992

    Ken Darby (1909 - 1992)

    Kenneth Lorin Darby was born in Hebron, Nebraska, on May 13, 1909, to Lorin Edward Darby and Clara Alice Powell. Darby was married to Vera Matson from 1932 to 1992. Ken Darby’s choral group, The Ken Darby Singers, sang backup for Bing Crosby on the original 1942 Decca Records studio recording of “White Christmas.” In […]

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