• Charlotte Walker

    1876 - 1958

    Charlotte Walker (1876 - 1958)

    Walker made her stage debut as a teen. At nineteen she performed in London, England in a comedy called The Mummy. She performed with Richard Mansfield. Later returned to her native Texas.  Walker appeared as June in Trail of the Lonesome Pine, in 1911. She would later reprise the role in Cecil B. DeMille’s 1916 […]

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  • Cheryl Walker

    1918 - 1971

    Cheryl Walker (1918 - 1971)

    Born in South Pasadena, California to Everett Dale and Pauline S. Walker, Cheryl Walker won the 1938 Tournament of Roses pageant leading to a brief career as a model and the beginning of a brief film career. She appeared in small, uncredited roles in several films from 1938 until her first substantial role in Chasing […]

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  • David Mathieson Walker

    1944 - 2001

    David Mathieson Walker (1944 - 2001)

    Astronaut. He graduated from Annapolis in 1966, received flight training as a Naval aviator and served as a fighter pilot in Vietnam. In the 1970s, he was engineering test pilot in the flight test division at the Naval Air Test Center and became an NASA Astronaut in August 1979. He was a veteran of four […]

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  • Nella Walker

    1886 - 1971

    Nella Walker (1886 - 1971)

    Nella Walker (March 6, 1886 – March 22, 1971) was an American film actress and vaudeville performer of the 1920s through the 1950s. Walker was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, and in her teens became half of the husband and wife vaudeville team “Mack and Walker”, with her husband Wilbur Mack. By 1929 she had […]

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  • Billy Walker

    1929 - 2006

    Billy Walker (1929 - 2006)

    Billy Walker American country music singer and guitarist best known for his 1962 hit, “(I’d Like to Be In) Charlie’s Shoes“. Nicknamed The Tall Texan, Walker had more than 30 charted records during a nearly 60-year career; and was a longtime member of the Grand Ole Opry. After a brief attempt at rock ‘n’ roll, […]

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  • Joseph Albert Walker

    1970 - 1966

    Joseph Albert Walker (1970 - 1966)

    Born in Washington, Pennsylvania, Walker graduated from Trinity High School in 1938. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in physics from Washington and Jefferson College in 1942, before entering the United States Army Air Forces. He was married and had four children.  During World War II, Walker flew the Lockheed P-38 Lightning fighter and […]

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  • Max Wall

    1908 - 1990

    Max Wall (1908 - 1990)

    English Comedian and Actor. He is best remembered for his ludicrously attired and hilariously strutting character ‘Professor Wallofski’. Born Maxwell George Lorimer in Brixton, London, England he was the son of Scottish comedy actor and music hall entertainer Jack Lorimer. In 1920 his father died of tuberculosis and his mother remarried and they all moved […]

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  • Morgan Wallace

    1881 - 1953

    Morgan Wallace (1881 - 1953)

    American film actor who had a long career spanning from 1919 to 1946. Husband of actress Louise Chapman Wallace.

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  • Marcia Wallace

    1942 - 2013

    Marcia Wallace (1942 - 2013)

    Marcia Karen Wallace was born in Creston, Iowa on November 1, 1942, the eldest of three children of Arthur “Poke” Wallace and wife Joann. Her father owned and operated “Wallace Sundries”, a general merchandise store, where Marcia, her sister Sharon, and brother Jim would often help out. While in high school, a teacher encouraged Wallace […]

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  • Mike Wallace

    1918 - 2012

    Mike Wallace (1918 - 2012)

    Wallace, whose family’s surname was originally Wallik, was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, to Russian Jewish immigrant parents, Frank and Zina Sharfman Wallace. His father was a grocer and insurance broker. Wallace attended Brookline High School, graduating in 1935. He graduated from the University of Michigan four years later with a Bachelor of Arts. While a […]

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  • George Wallace

    1917 - 2005

    George Wallace (1917 - 2005)

    Wallace was born in New York City. When he was 13 his family moved to McMechen, West Virginia. While still in his teens Wallace worked as a coal miner and also joined the Civilian Conservation Corps.  He joined the U.S. Navy in 1936 and served for eight years. Wallace served in the U.S. Pacific Fleet, […]

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  • DeWitt Wallace

    1889 - 1981

    DeWitt Wallace (1889 - 1981)

    Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, where his father was on the faculty (and later president) of Macalester College, he attended Mount Hermon School as a youth (now Northfield Mount Hermon School). Wallace attended college at Macalester from 1907 to 1909 but transferred to the University of California, Berkeley for two years. He returned to St. […]

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  • Donald Ray Wallace

    1957 - 2005

    Donald Ray Wallace (1957 - 2005)

    On January 14, 1980, Indiana State Trooper Thomas Snyder was called to the Evansville home of Ralph Hendricks as it had been reportedly burglarized. Snyder went to the home of Patrick and Theresa Gilligan, which was next door to Hendricks’s house, to inquire whether the Gilligans might have seen or heard anything unusual. Snyder, discovering […]

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  • Eli Wallach

    1915 - 2014

    Eli Wallach (1915 - 2014)

    Wallach was born in Red Hook, Brooklyn, at 156 Union St., a son of Jewish immigrants Abraham and Bertha (Schorr) Wallach, both from Poland. He had a brother and two sisters, with his family being the only Jews in an otherwise Italian American neighborhood. His parents owned Bertha’s Candy Store. Wallach graduated in 1936 from […]

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  • Eddy Waller

    1889 - 1977

    Eddy Waller (1889 - 1977)

    Actor. Born Edward C. Walker, he worked in vaudeville and the theater before he entered movies appearing in “Meet the Missus” (1929). A wide ranging performer, he was a mainstay in the westerns of Republic Pictures and worked with just about every cowboy actor of the 1940s. His many credits include “Jesse James” (1939), “The […]

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  • Deborah Walley

    1941 - 2001

    Deborah Walley (1941 - 2001)

    She was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut to Ice Capades skating stars and choreographers, Nathan and Edith Walley. She attended Central High School in Bridgeport. At fourteen, she was playing summer-stock theatre. During her sophomore year, she attended Rosarian Academy in West Palm Beach, Florida, where she was cast as Cinderella in the Academy’s annual musical […]

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  • Raoul Walsh

    1887 - 1980

    Raoul Walsh (1887 - 1980)

    Walsh was born in New York as Albert Edward Walsh to Elizabeth T. Bruff, the daughter of Irish Catholic immigrants and Thomas W. Walsh, an Englishman. Like his younger brother, he was part of Omega Gamma Delta during his high school days. Growing up in New York, Walsh was also a friend of the Barrymore […]

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  • J T Walsh

    1943 - 1998

    J T Walsh (1943 - 1998)

    J T Walsh He is best remembered for his role of Sergeant Major Dickerson in “Good Morning, Vietnam” (1987) and for his role of Big Bob in “Pleasantville” (1998). Born John Patrick Walsh in San Francisco, California, he attended a Jesuit boarding school in Ireland. After returning from studying at Clongowes Wood College in Ireland, […]

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  • Kay Walsh

    1911 - 2005

    Kay Walsh (1911 - 2005)

    British Actress. She began her career as a dancer, but soon moved to cinema. She is best remembered for films such as “The Luck of the Irish” (1936), “This Happy Breed” (1944), “Oliver Twist” (1948), “Stage Fright” (1950), “Last Holiday” (1950), “The Horse’s Mouth” (1956) (her favourite role), “Young Bess” (1953), “Circus World” (1964), “A […]

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  • Luana Walters

    1912 - 1963

    Luana Walters (1912 - 1963)

    Actress. Considerate by many one of the sexiest of the B-western heroine, Walters was the leading lady to more individual cowboy stars than any other B-western actress. She worked in more than 70 films over a period of 25 years and had scenes with Edward G. Robinson, Jean Harlow, Harold Lloyd, Charles Boyer and Loretta […]

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  • Jack Warner

    1895 - 1981

    Jack Warner (1895 - 1981)

    Warner was born in London, his real name being Horace John Waters. His sisters Elsie and Doris Waters were well-known comediennes who usually performed as “Gert and Daisy”. Warner attended the Coopers’ Company’s Grammar School for Boys in Mile End, while his sisters both attended the nearby sister school, Coborn School for Girls in Bow. […]

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  • Thorley Walters

    1913 - 1991

    Thorley Walters (1913 - 1991)

    Thorley Walters (12 May 1913 – 6 July 1991) was an English character actor. He is probably best remembered for his comedy film roles such as in Two-Way Stretch and Carlton-Browne of the FO. Walters was born in Teigngrace, Devon, the son of Prebendary T. C. Walters of Silverton, Devon, and great uncle of Michael […]

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  • Sam Wanamaker

    1919 - 1993

    Sam Wanamaker (1919 - 1993)

    Wanamaker was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Ukrainian Jewish immigrants from Nikolayev, tailor Maurice Wattenmacker (Manus Watmakher) and Molly (Bobele). He was the younger of two brothers, the elder being William Wanamaker, long-term cardiologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Wanamaker trained at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago and began working with […]

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  • Adam Ward

    1988 - 2015

    Adam Ward (1988 - 2015)

    Adam Ward was tragically taken from this world on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. He was a bright light in our lives for 27 wonderful years.Adam was born on May 10, 1988, to Charles “Buddy” and Mary Lou Speas Ward of Daleville. Although he grew up in Botetourt with his sister and brother, Sarah and Jay, […]

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  • Wallis Simpson

    1896 - 1986

    Wallis Simpson (1896 - 1986)

    Wallis, Duchess of Windsor (previously Wallis Simpson and Wallis Spencer, born Bessie Wallis Warfield; 19 June 1896 – 24 April 1986) was an American socialite. Her third husband, Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII, abdicated his throne to marry her.  Wallis’s father died shortly after her birth, and she and her widowed […]

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  • Ruth Warrick

    1916 - 2005

    Ruth Warrick (1916 - 2005)

    She was born in Saint Joseph, Missouri in 1916 (as per her son and the 1930 U.S. census, dated April 3, 1930, which gives her age as 13 as of that date). Her parents were Fred R. & Annie L. Warrick. By writing an essay in high school called “Prevention and Cure of Tuberculosis”, Warrick […]

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  • Irasema Dilián

    1924 - 1996

    Irasema Dilián (1924 - 1996)

    Irasema Dilián (born Eva Irasema Warschalowska on May 27, 1924 in Río de Janeiro, Brasil and died April 16, 1996, in Ceprano, Italy) was a Mexican actress. Irasema Dilián was born in Río de Janeiro, Brazil, to Polish parents. She began her film career in Italy, having appeared in Vittorio de Sica’s Maddalena, Zero in Condotta. […]

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  • Mabel King

    1932 - 1999

    Mabel King (1932 - 1999)

    Mabel King      She started acting in the early seventies, her first movie appearance being Don’t Play Us Cheap in 1973 as a house guest. Estelle Rolle also appeared in the movie. She also played Evillene, the evil witch of the west, in both the movie and broadway versions of Diana Ross’ The Wiz. She […]

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  • George Washington

    1732 - 1799

    George Washington (1732 - 1799)

    George Washington (February 22, 1732  – December 14, 1799) was the first President of the United States (1789–1797), the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He presided over the convention that drafted the United States Constitution, which replaced the Articles of […]

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  • Martha Washington

    1731 - 1802

    Martha Washington (1731 - 1802)

    Martha Dandridge was born on June 2, 1731 on her parents’ plantation Chestnut Grove in the British colony, Province of Virginia. She was the oldest daughter of John Dandridge (1700–1756), a Virginia planter and English immigrant, and Frances Jones (1710–1785) of English, Welsh, and French descent. Martha had three brothers and four sisters: John (1733–1749), […]

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