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profile name: Gustave Eiffel profile occupation: Engineer
profile id: 9211744
profile name: Benazir Bhutto profile occupation: Prime Minister
profile id: 9476401
profile name: Norman Schwarzkopf profile occupation: General
profile id: 37178
profile name: Stephen Austin profile occupation: Military Leader
profile id: 9435948
profile name: Lester B. Pearson profile occupation: Diplomat, Prime Minister
profile id: 9238602
profile name: Hoagy Carmichael profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Songwriter, Pianist, Singer
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Meet legendary writers of the horror genre whose vivid descriptions have have kept us on the edge of our seats, chapter after chapter. Some of their most gruesome creations and plot devices, from blood-sucking creatures of the night to the demons trapped within our own minds, continue to live on in the imaginations of readers. Explore Biography.com's list of "fright writers," including "Master of Suspense" Alfred Hitchcock, Edgar Allan Poe, Stephen King, Anne Rice, Washington Irving and many more.
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We wouldn't be here without our moms...and TV wouldn't be the same without them, either. Providing good advice, as well as big laughs, the TV mom has been the anchor of the small-screen family for generations. In the 1950s, Barbara Billingsley played the quintessential stay-at-home mom on Leave it to Beaver, while Roseanne Barr showed America how to be a working mother of the 90s on her sitcom, Roseanne.
During more than 60 years of broadcasts, TV moms have served as a mirror of the times they were in, showing homes across America what it was like to enter the workforce, take charge of the blended family, and triumph over the struggles of single motherhood. Biography.com presents TV's most famous moms, from the 1950s to the 21st century, and explores the lives of the actresses who played them.
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