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profile name: Christian Dior profile occupation: Fashion Designer
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profile name: Mother Maybelle Carter profile occupation: Guitarist, Singer
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profile name: Al Jolson profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Comedian
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profile name: Lucy Craft Laney profile occupation: Educator
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profile name: Zane Grey profile occupation: Author
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profile name: Robert Merrill profile occupation: Film Actor, Singer, Journalist
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Learn more about Erik and Lyle Menendez, the notorious brothers convicted of brutally murdering their rich parents, Jose and Kitty Menendez, in their Beverly Hills home in 1989. It was later proven that the Menendez brothers had planned the killings for weeks. At trial, Erik and Lyle unsuccessfully claimed self-defense and abuse, and were sentenced to life in prison in 1996. Get the details of the case, and peruse our biographies and videos, only at Biography.com.
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BIO is a proud sponsor of Live Talks Los Angeles, an organization which features live conversations with prominent writers, artists, actors, musicians, influencers and business thought leaders. Proceeds from ticket sales support worthwhile literacy, arts and educational causes. Below are some of the featured guests.
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People of Hispanic descent have played a major role in shaping American culture throughout history, from Francisco Vasquez de Coronado's pioneering exploration of North America to Sonia Sotomayor's appointment as the first Hispanic woman on the Supreme Court. Yet it took the efforts of hundreds of talented men and women, over a period of decades, to bring the importance of Hispanic culture to the forefront of American consciousness. Biography.com presents the profiles of many of these notable men and women, who encompass the rich legacy of Hispanic heritage, and explores their impact on people around the world—Hispanic and otherwise.
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