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His upbringing in North Carolina helped him create a fictional hamlet, Tims Creek, where a 3-year-old clairvoyant scares the neighbors and a pig talks.
He swam the world’s oceans, identified hundreds of new fish species and named 834 of them.
The director pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the death of Sarah Jones, a camera assistant who was struck by a train during production of a movie.
Mr. Stout explored the relationship between architecture and energy in holistic designs that were no less sculptural and humane for being ecologically responsible.
“The Thin Blue Line” told the story of how Mr. Adams was wrongly convicted of murder and put on death row.
Mr. Wreghitt helped produce plays including “Grey Gardens” and “The Lieutenant of Inishmore.”
Dr. Forsberg helped start the nuclear freeze movement that culminated in the largest political demonstration in American history.
An American soprano, her reputation was won and maintained in European opera houses.
BEATY--Catherine Randall Hilson. Passed away on February 23, 2006 in Waynesville, NC. Beloved wife of the late John Thurston Beaty, M.D. Born in Cincinnati, OH on June 13, 1928 to Mildred Kinsolving and Herbert Thomson Randall. Longtime resident of New York City and Greenwich, CT. while married to the late John Stern Hilson. Devoted mother of William Edwin Hilson of New Canaan, CT, Dwight Randall Hilson of Greenwich, CT and Melissa Hilson Parker of Point Manalapan, FL. Adoring grandmother of Max ...
RANDALL--Charles. Actor for 60 years, Equity and SAG and AFTRA member. Beloved brother, uncle, cousin and friend.
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