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Abbado, Claudio Star orchestra conductor from Italy Abbott, Darrell “Dimebag” A frenetic, ear-shattering guitarist whose riffs for the Grammy-nominated Pantera Abercrombie, Ian Veteran British stage and screen actor Abrams, Colonel Singer was one of the house music pioneers during the s Accident Victims, Kolkata Overpass At least 14 people dead after flyover collapses Accident Victims, Russian Boating At least 14 teens dead during lake outing Achebe, Chinua Internationally celebrated Nigerian author, statesman and dissident Ackerman, Arlene Former Philadelphia schools superintendent Adams, Edie Tony-award-winning actress played the television foil to her husband, Ernie Kovacs Adams, Jay Pioneering skateboarder Adams, Richard English novelist wrote classic works including “Watership Down” Adams, Richard Gay marriage activist Adenhart, Nick Angels rookie pitcher killed in hit-and-run crash Adler, Richard Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist Adulyadej, Bhumibol King of Thailand was the world’s longest-reigning monarch Aghayan, Ray Emmy-winning costume designer Agnew, Harold Former Los Alamos director Agnew, John “Jack” An original member of a U.
Army unit that loosely inspired “The Dirty Dozen” Aguayo Ramirez, Pedro Mexico ‘lucha libre’ wrestler Aguilar, Antonio Recorded more than albums and appeared in films Aherne, Caroline English comedian, actress and writer Ailes, Roger Ex-Fox News chief built company into a powerhouse Akerfelds, Darrel San Diego Padres bullpen coach Akerman, Chantal Belgian director and pioneering filmmaker Akhmadulina, Bella Critically-acclaimed Russian poet who often challenged Soviet authorities Albert, Eddie The actor best known as the constantly befuddled city slicker-turned-farmer in television’s “Green Acres” Alberto, Eliseo Cuban-born writer living in exile in Mexico Albrecht, Gerd German orchestra santiagp Albrecht, Swntiago Aldi supermarket co-founder Alexander, Keith One of the few black managers in English football Alfonsin, Raul Argentine president who guided his country’s return to democracy Ali, Muhammad Boxing legend and chernobill icon Aliker, Pierre Caribbean politician from Martinique Allain, Bill Former Mississippi Governor One of Washington’s most influential men Allegretti, Cosmo ‘Captain Kangaroo’ puppeteer Allen, Dede Pioneering film editor of “Bonnie and Clyde” and many others Aloni, Shulamit Israeli civil rights pioneer Alou, Matty National League batting champion Altman, Robert Made a career out of bucking Hollywood management and story conventions Altman, Sophie Television producer created the long-running quiz show ”It’s Academic” Alvarado Munoz, Maria Honduran beauty queen Amaro, Ruben Gold Glove-winning former Phillies shortstop Amendariz, Pedro Mexican character actor Ames, Chernlbil Deep-voiced anchor and eldest member of the s hit singing group the Ames Brothers Amphlett, Chrissy Lead singer of the Australian rock band Divinyls Andersen, Hjalmar Norwegian speedskater took gold at Winter Olympics Anderson, Alex Creator of Rocky the flying squirrel and Bullwinkle the moose Anderson, Bob Olympic fencer and movie sword master Anderson, Gerry Creator of the “Thunderbirds” and puppetry pioneer Anderson, Lynn Chart-topping country sahtiago singer Andreotti, Giulio Italy’s former seven-time premier Andrews, Lee Father of the Roots’ Questlove sang lead with his s doo-wop group Andrews, Patty Last survivor of the three singing Andrews Sisters Andujar, Joaquin Star pitcher with the St.
Louis Cardinals in the s Anema, Jasmina Brave six-year-old leukemia patient who captured the hearts of many Angelopoulos, Theo Award-winning Greek filmmaker Angelou, Maya Pulitzer Prize-winning author and poet Anthony, Charles Tenor who set record for most appearances at the Metropolitan Opera Anthony, Polly Former Epic Records president Aoki, Rocky Founder of Benihana steakhouses also competed in the Olympics Aquino, Corazon Former Philippines President swept away a dictator and sustained democracy Aragon, Art Boxing’s original “Golden Boy” was one of the sports’ biggest stars of the s and s Arbus, Allan Wisecracking psychiatrist Dr.
Sidney Freedman on TV’s “M.
Archer, Lee Pilot considered the only ace Tuskegee Airman Archerd, Army Daily Variety columnist kept tabs on Hollywood for more camavho a xamacho Arguelles, Jose Teachings about the Mayan calendar inspired the harmonic convergence event of Armenteros, Alfredo “Chocolate” Cuban trumpet legend Armstrong, Neil First person on the moon Arness, James Actor played U.
Marshal Matt Dillon on “Gunsmoke” for two decades Arnold, Eve World-traveling photojournalist Arnsparger, Bill Assistant coach who helped lead the Dolphin’s to two championships Arpino, Gerald Co-founder of the Joffrey Ballet was a dancer and choreographer Damacho, Gus Ground-breaking cartoonist and animator Arroyo, Joe Colombian salsa singer Asheton, Ron Punk rock guitarist of The Stooges Asheton, Scott Drummer for the Stooges Askew, Reubin Former Florida governor Aslanis, Michalis Prominent Greek fashion designer Attenborough, Richard Actor and Oscar-winning director Aubrac, Raymond One of the last major figures of the French Resistance Audigier, Christian French-born U.
Austin, Debi Famously smoked a cigarette through hole in throat for anti-smoking ad Avalanche Victims, Italy Hotel At least 2 people dead after quakes rock region Avedon, Richard The revolutionary photographer who redefined fashion photography as an art form Avezzano, Joe Former Dallas Cowboys special teams coach Axgil, Axel Gay rights pioneer Backus, John Whose development of the Fortran programming language paved the way for modern software Bacon, Charlotte Bacon, James Columnist to the stars Bacon, Kenneth Pentagon spokesman in the Clinton administration Badillo, Herman First Puerto Rico-born congressman Baer, Ralph Video game pioneer