Bill Cosby (William Henry Cosby, Jr.) was born in 1937 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is an American actor and comedian. Cosby became the first African-American actor to star in a series on the television show “I-Spy”. He has since starred in several television series, most remarkably the situation comedy The Cosby Show (1984–92) and the most popular program on American television during the late 1980s. Cosby has won numerous Emmy awards and written several books, including Fatherhood (1986).
The composition did alright on the R&B charts. More accomplishment on the R&B charts came with Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand and Kissa Me Baby. By 1953, Charles grounded a deal with Atlantic Records. He celebrated his first R&B hit single with the label, Mess Around. After a year, Charles's now classic composition, I Acquired a Woman, made No.
Elvis Aron Presley was the greatest culture changing artist of the Rock-and-Roll revolution. The legend was born January 8, 1935 along with twin brother, Jesse Presley. Jesse was lifeless before birth, making baby brother Elvis very cherished. Elvis had talent; at the age of 17 he made Rock-and-Roll history; changing blues and country songs into upbeat versions. Just two years later in 1956, Elvis’s first of eighteen number one hits “Heartbreak Hotel”, held the number one spot for eight weeks.
Jim later dropped out of High School to work on celebrity impersonations. He later moved to Los Angeles to work as a celeb impersonator. In a place called The Comedy Store, were he first worked as an celeb impersonator, Jim had impressed a man named Rodney Dangerfield so much, that Dangerfield signed Jim up to do an opening act for and whole season for the veteran comic. While doing this, Jim met a women named Melissa Womer who he later married and they had a daughter named Jane Carrey. Later Jim and Melissa went through a dicvorce were after that, Jim met and married a women named Lauren
Nearly thirty years later, former CEO of Manico, Inc., Jack Kahl “officially” changed the name to Duck Tape® by commercializing it and giving it personality. Today, duct tape is offered in over twenty different colors and patterns. Besides its World War II association, duct tape was used to help one of the most “successful failures” in history. When Apollo 13 was crippled by an explosion only two days after the launch, astronauts were left with a limited oxygen supply that was slowly running out. Of course, they fixed it with duct tape.
In 1998, he decided to purchase the Minnesota Vikings, but then decided not to because of the divorce settlement cost. On June 26, 1999, Tom Clancy married ,for the second time, a freelance journalist Alexandra Marie Llewellyn, whom he had met in 1997. She was the daughter of J. Bruce Llewellyn, and a family friend of Colin Powell, who originally introduced the couple to each
He was thrilled by the flight, and though his father wanted him to become a doctor, his mother encouraged him to pursue that dream. After attending the University of Arizona and University of Cincinnati, he joined the Army Air Corps in 1937. On August 17 1942, he led a dozen B-17 Flying Fortresses on the first daylight raid by an American squadron on German-occupied Europe, bombing railroad marshaling yards in the French city of Rouen. He flew General Dwight D. Eisenhower to Gibraltar in November 1942 en route to the launching of Operation Torch, the invasion of North Africa, and participated in the first bombing missions of that campaign.
March 2, 1981 is declared Dr. Seuss Day in honor to Theodor Geisel and all his published works. Dr. Seuss wrote forty-seven books and all sold more than 200 million copies altogether. (Ford p. 98). Dedicated to him, were many museum exhibits, art shows, amusement park rides, movies, and television shows (Timeline). Geisel was, and still is, remembered for his books about fairness, discrimination, peace, the environment, consumerism, and humanity (Schulman p.7).
Jo Elizabeth Stafford (November 12, 1917 – July 16, 2008) was an American traditional pop music singer and occasional actress, whose career spanned five decades from the late 1930s to the early 1980s. Admired for the purity of her voice, she originally underwent classical training to become an opera singer before following a career in popular music, and by 1955 had achieved more worldwide record sales than any other female artist. Her 1952 song "You Belong to Me" topped the charts in the United States and United Kingdom, the record becoming the first by a female artist to reach number one on the U.K. Singles Chart. Born in Coalinga, California, Stafford made her first musical appearance at age twelve. While still at high school she joined her two older sisters to form a vocal trio named The Stafford
This might be a story in itself or me just going on; use anything you like Brad For those who have not heard, avid bowler Ron Flynn who bowled mainly at USA bowl passed away on Saturday January 14 after a long battle with lung and brain cancer. Since his passing, I have heard nothing but enjoyable stories and memories about Ron from his family and friends. I first met Ron Flynn at Don Carter’s – West on the old Tuesday Men’s commercial league. I had just come out of the junior leagues and only knew a few people on the league. My former coach Cherry Ayers and friend Bob Brooks introduced me to Ron as one of my new teammates.