• Nestor Paiva

    1905 - 1966

    Nestor Paiva (1905 - 1966)

    Nestor Paiva (June 30, 1905 – September 9, 1966) was an American actor of Portuguese descent. Nestor Paiva is most famous for portraying Theo Gonzales the innkeeper in Walt Disney’s TV series Zorro and its feature film The Sign of Zorro, as well as Lucas the boat captain in The Creature from the Black Lagoon […]

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  • Neva Patterson

    1922 - 2010

    Neva Patterson (1922 - 2010)

    Actress. Born Neva Louise Patterson, on a farm near Nevada, Iowa, the daughter of a mailman and a seamstress, she had early ambitions of an acting career, while working as an usher at Nevada’s Circle Theater during her teenage years. Upon high school graduation, she was employed as a secretary in Des Moines, before moving […]

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  • Neville Blond

    1896 - 1970

    Neville Blond (1896 - 1970)

    British industrialist. Blond was the first chairman of the English Stage Company (1955) and largely responsible for the rebirth the following year of London’s Royal Court Theatre. He was in charge of the financial management of the Royal Court and remained chairman of the English Stage Company until his death.

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  • Neville Brand

    1920 - 1992

    Neville Brand (1920 - 1992)

    Neville Brand started his big-screen career in D.O.A. (1950) as a henchman named Chester. His hulking physique, rough-hewn, craggy-faced looks and gravelly voice lead to him largely playing gangsters, Western outlaws and other screen “heavies,” cops and other tough-guy roles throughout his career. He became well known as a villain when he killed the character […]

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  • Neville Labovitch

    1927 - 2002

    Neville Labovitch (1927 - 2002)

    Acclaimed British architect and organiser of both high profile royal and public events. One of the greatest impresarios of special occasions in twentieth century London, his works ranged from the now legendary Pavarotti concerts in Hyde Park to the greatest children’s party ever produced, in 1979 during the International Year of the Child. The queen […]

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  • Newton F “Newt” Heisley

    1920 - 2009

    Newton F “Newt” Heisley (1920 - 2009)

    Flag Designer. Educated in the field of fine arts, he worked as a graphic artist in the advertising business in New York City. In 1971 he was chosen by Annin and Company, the largest flag manufacturer in the United States, to create and design a flag recognizing the United States service members missing in action […]

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  • Nezu Kaichiro

    1860 - 1940

    Nezu Kaichiro (1860 - 1940)

    Business and politician. Nezu founded the Teikoku Oil Company. Born into an established merchant family in Yamanashi, Yamanashi Prefecture, he moved to Tokyo in 1897, and became independently wealthy through stock investments. Nezu was elected as a member of the House of Representatives in the National Diet in 1904 and won three subsequent reelections. He […]

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  • Nicholas Biddle

    1786 - 1844

    Nicholas Biddle (1786 - 1844)

    American Banker and Financier. He is probably best remembered as the president of the Second National Bank of the United States from 1822 to 1839, whose operating procedures and practices came into direct conflict with President Andrew Jackson. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, his father was devoted to the cause of American Independence. As a child, […]

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  • Nicholas Colasanto

    1924 - 1985

    Nicholas Colasanto (1924 - 1985)

    Actor, Director. Although best known for his role as ‘Coach Ernie Pantusso’ on “Cheers,” Colasanto actually had more credits for directing television shows such as “Bonanza,” “Starsky and Hutch,” “Hawaii Five-O,” and “Columbo.” He also appeared in movies such as “Raging Bull” and Alfred Hitchcock’s “Family Plot,” and made guest appearances on many other TV […]

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  • Nicholas Cortland

    1940 - 1988

    Nicholas Cortland (1940 - 1988)

    Actor. Born in Rockville Centre, Long Island, New York, he was a stage, film and television performer. He began his career on the stage and was doing lead roles at the American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco, when he was cast for a spot on the TV series “The Patty Duke Show” in 1965. His other […]

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  • Nicholas Courtney

    1929 - 2011

    Nicholas Courtney (1929 - 2011)

    Actor. He is best known for his role as Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge Stewart in the popular British TV series “Doctor Who”. Born William Nicholas Stone Courtney in Egypt, the son of a an English diplomat, he was educated in Egypt, France and Kenya before joining the the National Service. After his military experience Courtney […]

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  • Nicholas Hawksmoor

    1970 - 1736

    Nicholas Hawksmoor (1970 - 1736)

    Architect, originally assistant to Sir Christopher Wren and himself the designer of some of London’s finest churches, and of the West towers of Westminster Abbey. Also the subject of an unusual novel by Peter Ackroyd. The letters PMSL on his tomb have not been adequately expelained. (bio by: Find A Grave)

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  • Nicholas Herkimer

    1970 - 1777

    Nicholas Herkimer (1970 - 1777)

    Revolutionary War New York Militia General. He was appointed Brigadier General militia by the New York State Provincial Congress during the Revolutionary War, and led troops against a combined forces of Native Americans, loyalists and British soldiers at the August 6, 1777 Battle of Oriskany in Oneida County, New York. He was mortally wounded in […]

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  • Nicholas Hilliard

    1970 - 1619

    Nicholas Hilliard (1970 - 1619)

    Artist. Said to have been the son of Richard Hilliard of Exeter, high sheriff of the city and county. He was apprenticed as a goldsmith and jeweler, and began painting miniatures as a child, he is credited with painting the first known self-portrait at the age of 13. In 1570 he was appointed limner, or […]

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  • Nicholas Katzenbach

    1922 - 2012

    Nicholas Katzenbach (1922 - 2012)

    Katzenbach was born in Philadelphia and raised in Trenton. His parents were Edward L. Katzenbach, who served as Attorney General of New Jersey, and Marie Hilson Katzenbach, who was the first female president of the New Jersey State Board of Education. His uncle, Frank S. Katzenbach, served as mayor of Trenton and as a Justice […]

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  • Nicholas Markowitz

    1984 - 2000

    Nicholas Markowitz (1984 - 2000)

    Nicholas Markowitz lived in West Hills, Los Angeles with his parents, Jeff and Susan Markowitz. The feud between Nicholas’ older half-brother, Ben Markowitz, and Jesse James Hollywood, a mid-level drug dealer, began over an alleged $1,200 debt owed to Hollywood by Markowitz. On August 6, 2000, Hollywood, and his friends Jesse Rugge, and William Skidmore […]

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  • Nicholas Murray Butler

    1862 - 1947

    Nicholas Murray Butler (1862 - 1947)

    Educator, Nobel Prize Recipient. The President of Columbia University from 1902 until his death, he was awarded the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize with Jane Addams for their efforts in promoting peace through education. In the 1912 presidential election, Murray received the 8 electoral votes that were to go to Vice President James Sherman who had […]

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  • Nicholas Peter Dallis

    1911 - 1991

    Nicholas Peter Dallis (1911 - 1991)

    Cartoonist. He was a psychiatrist in Scottsdale, Arizona, when he came up with several ideas for comic strips. He later quit his practice to focus on writing the strips. He created the strips, “Judge Parker,” “Rex Morgan, M.D.,” and “Apartment 3-G,” which appeared in more than 400 newspapers worldwide.

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  • Nicholas Worth

    1937 - 2007

    Nicholas Worth (1937 - 2007)

    Nicholas Worth (September 4, 1937 – May 7, 2007) was an American character actor who portrayed General Marzaq and Premier Romanov in Westwood Studios’ Command & Conquer series of games, Emperor: Battle for Dune, and also voice-acted as Colonel Bulba/Mr. Jones in Freedom Fighters. He also took up several smaller roles in sci-fi programs like […]

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  • Nick Adams

    1931 - 1968

    Nick Adams (1931 - 1968)

    Nick Adams Nick Adams is best remembered for his role of ‘Johnny Yuma’ in the television western series “The Rebel” (1959 to 1962). The studios molded his acting persona in the same “troubled young man” persona as his close friend, actor James Dean. Born in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania, he was raised in Garfield, New Jersey.  After […]

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  • Nick Adenhart

    1986 - 2009

    Nick Adenhart (1986 - 2009)

    Nicholas James Adenhart was born in Silver Spring, Maryland, the only son of Janet and Jim Adenhart, a former United States Secret Service officer. His parents divorced and Janet later remarried Duane Gigeous, with whom she had a son named Henry, who is a pitcher at the University of Oregon. Adenhart played Halfway Little League […]

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  • Nick Altrock

    1876 - 1965

    Nick Altrock (1876 - 1965)

    Born in Cincinnati, Nick Altrock was one of the better pitchers in baseball for a brief period from 1904 to 1906 with the Chicago White Sox. He was instrumental in the White Sox World Series championship in 1906, going 20-13 with a 2.06 ERA in the regular season and 1-1 with a Series-best 1.00 ERA […]

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  • Nick Berg

    1978 - 2004

    Nick Berg (1978 - 2004)

    Nick Berg grew up in West Whiteland Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia. He was referred to as a “religious Jew.” Berg graduated from Henderson High School in West Chester in 1996. In 1996, he was a student at Cornell University but later dropped out. He took classes at Drexel University in 1998, and in […]

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  • Nick Castle

    1910 - 1968

    Nick Castle (1910 - 1968)

    Actor, Songwriter, Dancer and Choreographer.  He was the dance director or choreographer on such famous movies as “Swanee River” (1939), “Buck Privates” (with Abbott and Costello – 1941), “Royal Wedding” (1951), “Skirts Ahoy” (1952), “The Seven Little Foys” (1955), and over eighty other films. Born Nicholas Castle in Brooklyn, New York, he worked in his […]

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  • Nick Cordero

    1978 - 2020

    Nick Cordero (1978 - 2020)

    Nick Cordero Nick Cordero’s life and legacy were remembered in a heartwarming tribute streamed on BroadwayOnDemand.com on Sunday evening. The late actor’s friends and Broadway colleagues shared touching memories of Cordero’s impact on stage, while his wife, Amanda Kloots, emotionally recounted their time together and his fight to live amid his health struggles. Cordero died […]

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  • Nick Cravat

    1912 - 1994

    Nick Cravat (1912 - 1994)

    Nicholas Cuccia (pronounced coo-cha; January 10, 1912 – January 29, 1994), better known by his stage name Nick Cravat, was an American actor and stunt performer. Cravat was born in New York City, New York. He took his stage name from a character in a play he had seen and liked. Cravat and Burt Lancaster met as […]

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  • Nick Grinde

    1893 - 1979

    Nick Grinde (1893 - 1979)

    Nick Grinde (January 12, 1893 – June 19, 1979) was an American film director and screenwriter. He directed 57 films between 1928 and 1945. Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Grinde graduated from the University of Wisconsin. He later moved to New York and worked in Vaudeville. Grinde became a Hollywood film writer and director in the late […]

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  • Nick Lashaway

    1988 - 2016

    Nick Lashaway (1988 - 2016)

    Nick Lashaway Actor Nick Lashaway, who appeared on an episode of HBO’s Girls, died in a car crash in Framingham, Massachusetts on Sunday. A Hopkinton man died in a three-car crash on Badger Road on Sunday, police said. Nicholas Lashaway, 28, was taken to the MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham after the 6:30 p.m. crash, […]

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  • Nicklaus Schnieder

    1970 - 1970

    Nicklaus Schnieder (1970 - 1970)

    Nicklaus Schnieder and James Held were the two founders of Dutchtown, Missouri and the founders of the German Evangelical Church which is now a national landmark in Dutchtown. They settled the town in 1835 and founded the church the next year. At one time Dutchtown was a thriving little community, but eventually shriveled up to […]

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  • Nickolas “Klaus” Barbie

    1913 - 1991

    Nickolas “Klaus” Barbie (1913 - 1991)

    Gestapo Chief. When Klaus Barbie arrived in Lyon, France, he was assigned dual tasks: dismantle the Resistance and rid the city of Jews. His job was made easy by the many French who collaborated. He sent thousands of people to Auschwitz and captured and killed the head of the Resistance, Jean Moulin.  He fled to […]

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