• Stephen Johnson Field II

    1816 - 1899

    Stephen Johnson Field II (1816 - 1899)

    Born in Haddam, Connecticut, he was the sixth of the nine children of David Dudley Field I, a Congregationalist minister, and his wife Submit Dickinson. His family produced three other children of major prominence in 19th Century America: David Dudley Field II the prominent attorney, Cyrus Field the millionaire investor and creator of the Atlantic […]

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  • Stephen Lee

    1955 - 2014

    Stephen Lee (1955 - 2014)

    The man who played the annoying but thorough cabinet installer/nap-desk modifier on Seinfeld has died. Stephen Lee died August 14 of a heart attack in his Los Angeles home, police said. He was 58. The veteran character actor racked up scores of credits, Stephen Leemostly TV shows but also on the big screen. The Englewood, […]

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  • Stephen McNally

    1911 - 1994

    Stephen McNally (1911 - 1994)

    Born in New York City, McNally attended Fordham University School of Law and was an attorney in the late 1930s before he pursued his passion for acting. He was a one time president of the Catholic Actors Guild. He started his stage career using his real name Horace McNally and began appearing uncredited in many World […]

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  • Stephen Oliver

    1941 - 2008

    Stephen Oliver (1941 - 2008)

    Actor. Born Steve Welzig in Philadelphia, he is best remembered for his role as Lee Webber in the popular 1960s television soap opera “Peyton Place”. His film credits include, “Motor Psycho” (1965), “Angels from Hell” (1968), “The Naked Zoo” (1971), “The Van” (1977) and “Tom Horn” (1980). Among his other television credits are “The Streets […]

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  • Stephen Thorne

    1953 - 1986

    Stephen Thorne (1953 - 1986)

    Stephen Douglas Thorne (February 11, 1953 – May 24, 1986) was an American Naval officer and a NASA astronaut candidate.  He was born on February 11, 1953, in Frankfurt, Germany, and graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1975. He was a Navy fighter pilot from 1976 until he became a test pilot in 1981. […]

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  • Stephen Vrabel

    1956 - 2004

    Stephen Vrabel (1956 - 2004)

    Vrabel and Susan Clemente were an unmarried couple living together with their daughter, Lisa Clemente, in a Struthers, Ohio apartment that the family rented from Susan’s sister and brother-in-law. On March 3, 1989, Vrabel went into the Miller Rod and Gun Store in Youngstown to purchase a gun. He selected a gun but when asked […]

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  • Stephen Wayne Anderson

    1953 - 2002

    Stephen Wayne Anderson (1953 - 2002)

    Anderson had been incarcerated for one count of aggravated burglary in 1971 and three counts of aggravated burglary in 1973. While incarcerated at Utah State Prison, Anderson murdered an inmate, assaulted another inmate, and assaulted a correctional officer. Anderson also admitted to six other contract killings in Las Vegas, Nevada that happened prior to the […]

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  • Sterling Holloway

    1905 - 1992

    Sterling Holloway (1905 - 1992)

    Born in Cedartown, Georgia, Holloway was named after his father, Sterling Price Holloway, who himself was named after a prominent Confederate general, Sterling “Pap” Price. His mother was Rebecca DeHaven (some sources say her last name was Boothby). He had a younger brother named Boothby. The family owned a grocery store in Cedartown, where his […]

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  • Steve Ihnat

    1934 - 1972

    Steve Ihnat (1934 - 1972)

    Born Stefan Ihnat, he was raised on a farm in Lynden, Ontario. His family settled there after fleeing his native Czechoslovakia in 1939, when he was five years old. Ihnat, his mother, father, and two young boys from other families left Czechoslovakia three days before Prague was occupied by invading German forces in March of […]

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  • Steve Allen

    1921 - 2000

    Steve Allen (1921 - 2000)

    Steve Allen Steve Allen is best known as the first host of The Tonight Show, but he was also an accomplished musician, composer, author and actor, with many books, musical compositions and films to his credit. After the death of his father, Allen and his mother moved to Chicago, Illinois. In 1947, he began hosting […]

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  • Steve Irwin

    1962 - 2006

    Steve Irwin (1962 - 2006)

    Steve Irwin Stephen Robert “Steve” Irwin (22 February 1962 – 4 September 2006), nicknamed “The Crocodile Hunter”, was an Australian wildlife expert, television personality, and conservationist. Irwin achieved worldwide fame from the television series The Crocodile Hunter, an internationally broadcast wildlife documentary series which he co-hosted with his wife Terri. Together, the couple also owned […]

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  • Steve Jobs

    1955 - 2011

    Steve Jobs (1955 - 2011)

    Steven Paul “Steve” Jobs (/ˈdʒɒbz/; February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) was an American entrepreneur, marketer, and inventor, who was the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. Through Apple, he is widely recognized as a charismatic and design-driven pioneer of the personal computer revolution and for his influential career in the computer and […]

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  • Steve McNair

    1973 - 2009

    Steve McNair (1973 - 2009)

    McNair was born in a small house in Mount Olive, Mississippi, and attended Mount Olive High School as a freshman in the fall of 1987, where he played football, baseball, and basketball in addition to running track. As a junior, McNair led Mount Olive to the state championship. McNair also played free safety in high school, and in 1990 alone, […]

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  • Steve Sabol

    1942 - 2012

    Steve Sabol (1942 - 2012)

    As president of the most honored filmmaker in sports, Sabol continued to be the artistic vision behind the studio that revolutionized the way America watches football. Sabol and his father, Ed, who was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on February 5, 2011, were honored in 2003 with the Lifetime Achievement Emmy from […]

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  • Steve Sanders

    1952 - 1998

    Steve Sanders (1952 - 1998)

    Steve Sanders Steve Sanders, a baritone who spent a decade with the Oak Ridge Boys after replacing one of country music’s most colorful personalities, died Wednesday. He was 45. The former child star died of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Police said Sanders’ wife, Janet, told them he shot himself at his […]

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  • Steve Van Buren

    1920 - 2012

    Steve Van Buren (1920 - 2012)

    Van Buren was born in La Ceiba, Honduras but, after he was orphaned as a boy, he was sent to live with relatives in New Orleans. From Warren Easton High School in New Orleans, he received an athletic scholarship to Louisiana State University, where he led the nation in points (110) and touchdowns (16) as […]

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  • Steven Geray

    1904 - 1973

    Steven Geray (1904 - 1973)

    He was born in Ungvár, Austria-Hungary (now called Uzhgorod, Ukraine) and educated at the University of Budapest. He made his first stage appearance at the Hungarian National Theater under his real name and after nearly four years he made his London Stage debut (as Steven Geray) in 1934, appearing in Happy Week-End! and began appearing […]

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  • Steven Gilborn

    1936 - 2009

    Steven Gilborn (1936 - 2009)

    Steven Neil Gilborn (July 15, 1936 – January 2, 2009) was an American actor and educator. Gilborn was born in New Rochelle, New York. He attended Swarthmore College, where he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in English and earned a Ph.D. in dramatic literature from Stanford University in 1969, where his dissertation provided a psychoanalytic perspective […]

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  • Steven Keats

    1945 - 1994

    Steven Keats (1945 - 1994)

    The son of Jewish emigrants from Denmark,[citation needed] Keats was a popular and prolific actor of the 1970s. He grew up in Canarsie, Brooklyn, New York, graduated from the New York School for the Performing Arts (now Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts). After serving a tour of duty […]

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  • Steven Van McHone

    1970 - 2005

    Steven Van McHone (1970 - 2005)

    Steven McHone’s stepbrother Wesley Adams Jr. and his wife Wendy were visiting Wesley Adams Sr. and his wife, Mildred. Just after midnight on June 3, McHone was heard arguing with the couple by Wesley Jr. and Wendy, who were in bed. Mildred Adams entered their room and asked if they had moved a handgun that […]

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  • Stewart Stern

    1922 - 2015

    Stewart Stern (1922 - 2015)

    Stewart Henry Stern (March 22, 1922 – February 2, 2015) was a two-time Oscar-nominated and Emmy award winning American screenwriter. He is best known for writing the screenplay for the iconic film Rebel Without a Cause (1955), starring James Dean. In addition to Rebel Without a Cause, Stewart Stern’s most notable screenwriting credits include Sybil, which […]

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  • Stig Anderson

    1931 - 1997

    Stig Anderson (1931 - 1997)

    Stig Anderson Anderson was the founder of the Polar Music record label in 1963. Initially beginning his career as a chemistry and mathematics teacher after leaving school at the age of 15, Anderson soon entered the Swedish popular music scene, becoming a music producer, manager and also occasional performer.  Anderson had begun writing songs as […]

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  • Stoney Cooper

    1918 - 1977

    Stoney Cooper (1918 - 1977)

    Stoney Cooper Dale Troy “Stoney” Cooper and his wife Wilma Lee were one of the premier husband-and-wife duos in country music. Staples of the Grand Ole Opry for 20 years, they performed together for close to four decades, and helped old-time music evolve into modern country music. They were born four years apart on opposite […]

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  • Stratford Johns

    1925 - 2002

    Stratford Johns (1925 - 2002)

    Johns was born in Pietermaritzburg and grew up in South Africa, where his parents had emigrated. After serving in the South African navy during World War II, Johns worked for a time in accountancy, but soon became involved in amateur theatre. In 1948, he bought a one-way ticket to Britain and learned his craft working in […]

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  • Stuart Scott

    1965 - 2015

    Stuart Scott (1965 - 2015)

    Scott was born Stuart Orlando Scott in Chicago, Illinois on July 19, 1965 to O. Ray and Jacqueline Scott. When he was 7, Scott and his family moved to Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Scott had a brother named Stephen and two sisters named Susan and Synthia.  He attended Mount Tabor High School for 9th and 10th […]

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  • Stubby Kaye

    1918 - 1997

    Stubby Kaye (1918 - 1997)

    Directors viewed Kaye as a master of the Broadway idiom during the last phase of the musical comedy era. This was evidenced by his introduction of three show-stopping numbers of the era: “Fugue for Tinhorns” and “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat” from Guys and Dolls (1950) and “Jubilation T. Cornpone” from Li’l Abner (1956). […]

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  • Sue Lloyd

    1939 - 2011

    Sue Lloyd (1939 - 2011)

    The daughter of a GP, Susan Margery Jeaffreson Lloyd was born in Aldeburgh, Suffolk. She attended Edgbaston High School in Birmingham and studied dance as a child, attending Sadler’s Wells Ballet School. As her height (5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m)) increased, her possibilities for a career as a dancer diminished, and she became a […]

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  • Sugar Ray Robinson

    1921 - 1989

    Sugar Ray Robinson (1921 - 1989)

    Sugar Ray Robinson Robinson was a fluid boxer who possessed a quick jab and knockout power. He possessed tremendous versatility—according to boxing analyst Bert Sugar, “Robinson could deliver a knockout blow going backward.” Robinson was efficient with both hands, and he displayed a variety of effective punches—according to a TIME magazine article in 1951, “Robinson’s […]

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  • Sun Myung Moon

    1920 - 2012

    Sun Myung Moon (1920 - 2012)

    Sun Myung Moon (Korean 문선명; born Mun Yong-myeong; 25 February 1920 – 3 September 2012) was a Korean religious leader, businessperson, political activist, and media mogul. A self-proclaimed messiah, he was the founder of the Unification Church and of its widely noted “Blessing” or mass wedding ceremony. His business interests included News World Communications, an […]

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  • Sun Myung Moon

    1920 - 2012

    Sun Myung Moon (1920 - 2012)

    Sun Myung Moon was born Mun Yong-myeong on 25 February 1920, in modern-day North P’yŏng’an Province, North Korea, at a time when Korea was under Japanese rule. He was the younger of two sons in a farming family of eight children. Moon’s family rejected the Shinto faith pushed by the country’s Japanese rulers and followed […]

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