• Nina Visaroff

    1885 - 1938

    Nina Visaroff (1885 - 1938)

    Actress. She was the wife of actor Michael Visaroff, with whom she performed on the Moscow stage. They settled in Hollywood in the early 1920s, but while Michael had a notable movie career Nina confined herself to local theatre and occasional roles on Broadway. She appeared in only two films,  “Paddy O’Day” (1935) and “Fatal […]

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  • Nini Marshall

    1903 - 1996

    Nini Marshall (1903 - 1996)

    Nini Marshall was born in Buenos Aires to Pedro and María Ángela Traveso, a well-to-do family in Rosario, in 1903. Losing her father at two months of age, she was raised by her mother, who affectionately called her “Niní.” They relocated to the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Caballito when Niní was in her teens, and […]

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  • Nipsey Hussle

    1985 - 2019

    Nipsey Hussle (1985 - 2019)

    Nipsey Hussle Nipsey Hussle’s stretch of Slauson Avenue has largely been overlooked by the gentrification boom that has transformed so many neighborhoods of Los Angeles. The lack of investment in the Hyde Park section of South L.A. shows on the faces of distressed buildings, some still etched with the names of bygone businesses that haunt […]

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  • Nipsey Russell

    1918 - 2005

    Nipsey Russell (1918 - 2005)

    Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Russell went to Booker T. Washington High School in Atlanta and attended the University of Cincinnati for one semester in 1936. He served as a medic in the United States Army during World War II, enlisting as a private on June 27, 1941, and returning from Europe in 1945 as a […]

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  • Nita Naldi

    1894 - 1961

    Nita Naldi (1894 - 1961)

    Nita Naldi was asked to perform in a short film with Scottish comedian Johnny Dooley (no relation). She quit the film after realizing that Dooley had romantic intentions with another woman. She was then offered a role in A Divorce of Convenience with Owen Moore. After those two films, she had small roles in several […]

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  • Nita Pike

    1913 - 1954

    Nita Pike (1913 - 1954)

    Actress. Also known as Anita Pike, she made her screen debut in “Palmy Days” (1931), followed by “Keyhole Katie” (1933). Her other film credits included “La Veuve Joyeuse” (1934), “Espionage” (1937), “They Gave Him a Gun” (1937), “Suez” (1938), “The Great Dictator” (1940), “Madame Curie” (1943) and “B.F.’s Daughter” (1948). She died in Los Angeles, […]

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  • Noah Beery Jr.

    1913 - 1994

    Noah Beery Jr. (1913 - 1994)

    Beery was born in New York City, New York, where his father was working as a stage actor. He was given his nickname “Pidge” by George M. Cohan’s sister Josie. The family moved to California in 1915 when his father began acting in motion pictures. After attending school in Los Angeles, they moved to a […]

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  • Noah Beery, Jr

    1913 - 1994

    Noah Beery, Jr (1913 - 1994)

    Actor. Earthy, likable character player. He appeared in nearly 100 films during his 65-year career, but is best remembered for his Emmy-nominated role as “Rocky” on TV’s “The Rockford Files”. Beery was born in New York City, the son of actor Noah Beery, Sr. and nephew of Wallace Beery. He made his screen debut at […]

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  • Noah Nicholas Beery, Sr

    1882 - 1946

    Noah Nicholas Beery, Sr (1882 - 1946)

    Actor. The older brother of star Wallace Beery, he was called “The King of The Bad Guys” for his memorable portrayals of ruthless, lecherous villains. His best work was done during the silent era, in such films as “The Mark of Zorro” (1920), “The Sea Wolf” (1920), “The Spoilers” (1923), “Lord Jim” (1925), and especially […]

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  • Noah Webster

    1758 - 1843

    Noah Webster (1758 - 1843)

    Noah Webster was born in the Western Division of Hartford (which became West Hartford, Connecticut) to an established family. His father Noah Sr. (1722–1813) was a descendant of Connecticut Governor John Webster; his mother Mercy (Steele) Webster (1727–1794) was a descendant of Governor William Bradford of Plymouth Colony. His father was primarily a farmer, though […]

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  • Noble Chissell

    1905 - 1987

    Noble Chissell (1905 - 1987)

    Stage and screen actor of the 1930s through 1970s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Noble Johnson

    1881 - 1978

    Noble Johnson (1881 - 1978)

    Standing 6’2″ at 215 pounds, his impressive physique and handsome features made Noble Johnson in demand as a character actor and bit player. In the silent era he assayed a wide variety of characters of different races in a plethora of films, primarily serials, westerns and adventure movies. While Johnson was cast as black in […]

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  • Noble Willingham

    1931 - 2004

    Noble Willingham (1931 - 2004)

    Willingham was the son of Ladelle (née Speights) and Noble Henry Senior, a railroad worker and a farmer. He was born in the small town of Mineola, in Wood County east of Dallas, Texas. After graduating in 1953 from North Texas State University in Denton, he earned a master’s degree in educational psychology from Baylor University […]

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  • Noboru Ando

    1926 - 2015

    Noboru Ando (1926 - 2015)

    Actor. He was known for using his experiences as a former criminal in the “Yakuza” in his many film roles. He started in gangs as a youngster and continued as a young adult, forming his own “yakuza” family until he dissolved it in 1964 after serving time in prison and the death of a friend. […]

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  • Nobu McCarthy

    1934 - 2002

    Nobu McCarthy (1934 - 2002)

    McCarthy was born Nobu Atsumi in Ottawa, Ontario, the daughter of Yuki (née Kano) and Masaji Atsumi, a Japanese fashion designer and diplomatic attache stationed in Canada at the time. She was raised in Japan, where she studied ballet. A modeling career eventually led to a beauty pageant where she won the title of “Miss […]

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  • Noel Drayton

    1913 - 1981

    Noel Drayton (1913 - 1981)

    Actor. He appeared in the films, “The Wrecking Crew” (1969), “The Prize” (1963), “A Public Affair” (1962), “The Wreck Of Mary Deare” (1959), “Hong Kong Confidential” (1958), “Zero Hour!” (1957), “The Court Jester” (1956), “The Virgin Queen” (1955), “The Seven Little Foys” (1955), “Elephant Walk” (1954), “Knock On Wood” (1954), “Botany Bay” (1953), “Blackbeard The […]

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  • Noel Harrison

    1934 - 2013

    Noel Harrison (1934 - 2013)

    He was born in Kensington in London in 1934. His mother Collette Thomas was the first of Rex Harrison’s six wives; they divorced in 1940. Harrison lived with his mother’s parents in Bude, North Cornwall, during World War II. At fifteen his mother took him out of school at Radley to live in the Swiss […]

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  • Noel Langley

    1911 - 1980

    Noel Langley (1911 - 1980)

    Born on Christmas Day in Durban, South Africa, Noel Langley was the son of Durban High School headmaster Aubrey Samuel Langley and Dora Agnes Allison. Noel Langley attended his father’s school (Durban High School- KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) until 1930. Noel’s relationship with his headmaster father was a strained one as he did meet his father’s […]

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  • Noel Neill

    1920 - 2016

    Noel Neill (1920 - 2016)

    Noel Neill was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of journalist David Holland Neill and stage dancer Lavere Gorsboth. When she was 4 years old, her parents enrolled her at “a school for aspiring performers.” During her teen years, Neill “danced, sang and even played the banjo at county fairs throughout the midwest.” When she […]

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  • Noel Toy

    1918 - 2003

    Noel Toy (1918 - 2003)

    Actress and Dancer. She gained infamy for her fan dances often called the “Chinese Sally Rand” that was featured in “Forbidden City” a popular asian nightclub in San Francisco. Like the Cotton Club of Harlem which featured America’s finest African American entertainers, Forbidden City gained an international reputation with its unique showcase of Chinese American […]

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  • Noele Gordon

    1919 - 1985

    Noele Gordon (1919 - 1985)

    Noele Gordon’s father was an engineer in the Merchant Navy and she was born in East Ham, London. She was given the middle name of Noele because she was born on Christmas Day. After attending convent school at Forest Gate, she was taught to dance by Maude Wells and later spent several years living in […]

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  • Nola Luxford

    2024 - 1994

    Nola Luxford (2024 - 1994)

    New Zealand-born film actress of the 1910s, 20s, and 30s. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Nonna Viktorovna Mordyukova

    1925 - 2008

    Nonna Viktorovna Mordyukova (1925 - 2008)

    Actress. She was considered one of Russia’s top cinema stars, appearing in over 60 films spanning a 50 year screen career. She made her screen debut at age 23 in the 1948 motion picture “The Young Guard.” She was the recipient of several Soviet state awards, and was named as the people’s actress in 1974. […]

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  • Nonna Viktorovna Mordyukova

    1925 - 2008

    Nonna Viktorovna Mordyukova (1925 - 2008)

    Actress. She was considered one of Russia’s top cinema stars, appearing in over 60 films spanning a 50 year screen career. She made her screen debut at age 23 in the 1948 motion picture “The Young Guard.” She was the recipient of several Soviet state awards, and was named as the people’s actress in 1974. […]

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  • Nora Bayes

    1880 - 1928

    Nora Bayes (1880 - 1928)

    Comedienne, Singer, Songwriter. She is best remembered for introducing George M. Cohan’s song, “Over There” during World War I, and for co-writing “Shine On, Harvest Moon” (1903). She was born Dora or Leonora Goldberg (her name was possibly a fabrication that she used with reporters) in Joliet, Illinois, changing her name to Nora Bates when […]

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  • Nora Denney

    1927 - 2005

    Nora Denney (1927 - 2005)

    Actress. Also credited as Dodo Denney, she is best remembered for her role as ‘Mrs. Teevee’ in the classic childrens film, “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory” (1971). Among her other work was the films, “Good Old Days” (1966), “Who’s Minding The Mint?” (1967), “I Walk The Line” (1970), “Do Not Fold, Spindle, Or Mutilate” […]

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  • Nora Dorothy Bernard

    1890 - 1955

    Nora Dorothy Bernard (1890 - 1955)

    Actress in 84 silent films from 1908 – 1941 including: “Ramona,” “The Failure,” “A Chance Deception,” “Princess Romanoff,” “Little Women” and “The Great Shadow.” (bio by: TLS)  Family links:  Spouse:  Archimedes H. Van Buren (1879 – 1965)

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  • Nora Eddington

    1924 - 2001

    Nora Eddington (1924 - 2001)

    Born in Chicago, Illinois in 1924, the daughter of Jack Eddington of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s office, Nora Eddington was nineteen when she met Errol Flynn in February 1943 – at the time, she was working at the courthouse where Flynn’s notorious 1943 trial for statutory rape was taking place. Flynn was acquitted and […]

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  • Nora Ephron

    1941 - 2012

    Nora Ephron (1941 - 2012)

    Ephron was born in New York City, eldest of four daughters, in a Jewish family, and grew up in Beverly Hills. Her parents, Henry and Phoebe Ephron (née Wolkind), were both East Coast-born and raised screenwriters. Her sisters Delia and Amy are also screenwriters. Her sister Hallie Ephron is a journalist, book reviewer, and novelist […]

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  • Nora Kaye

    1920 - 1987

    Nora Kaye (1920 - 1987)

    Nora Kaye was born Nora Koreff in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Russian Jewish immigrant parents, Louise (1895-1973) and Gregory Joseph Koreff (1893-1976). She later changed her surname to Kaye. In 1936, she joined the American Ballet, directed by George Balanchine. She later became a member of the Radio City Music Hall corps de ballet […]

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