Famous People Who Died on August 26
Producer, Television Personality, Journalist, Author / 1925 - 2009Novelist and journalist Dominick Dunne wrote fiction and nonfiction about the rich, famous, and corrupt. He covered the O. J. Simpson trial for Vanity Fair.
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profile name: Charles Lindbergh profile occupation: Inventor, Pilot, Writer
profile id: 9542407
profile name: Dominick Dunne profile occupation: Producer, Television Personality, Journalist, Author
profile id: 9352726
profile name: William James profile occupation: Philosopher, Doctor, Psychologist, Journalist
profile id: 9405176
profile name: Andrew Mellon profile occupation: Economist, Government Official
profile id: 9222606
profile name: Charles Boyer profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor
profile id: 5540
profile name: Tex Avery profile occupation: Illustrator
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Tap-dancing brothers Harold and Fayard Nicholas broke through the color barrier to become one of the most popular show business acts of the 1930s and '40s. The duo began performing intricate, high-flying song-and-dance routines in New York City in the early 1930s, and went on to appear in such films as Kid Millions (1934), The Big Broadcast (1936) and Black Network. By the start of the 1940s, they were international celebrities. Explore full biographies, photos and video of the Nicholas Brothers, only at Biography.com.
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