Famous People Who Died on November 4
Director, Producer, Doctor, Television Producer, Author / 1942 - 2008
Michael Crichton was an American author best known for his sci-fi and medical thrillers. The movie based on his book, Jurassic Park, was one of the highest-grossing films in history.
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profile name: Daisy Bates profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Publisher, Journalist
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profile name: Andy Rooney profile occupation: News Anchor, Journalist
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profile name: Felix Mendelssohn profile occupation: Educator, Songwriter, Conductor
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profile name: Cy Young profile occupation: Baseball Player
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profile name: Michael Crichton profile occupation: Director, Producer, Doctor, Television Producer, Author
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profile name: Yitzhak Rabin profile occupation: Prime Minister
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