Famous People Named Bernard
Take a look at famous people named Bernard, such as Bernard Shaw, Bernard Herrmann, and Bernard Ebbers.
News Anchor, Journalist / 1940 -Renowned television journalist Bernard Shaw covered many monumental 20th century events, from the Jonestown tragedy to Tienanmen Square. He helped launch news network CNN as its chief anchor.
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profile name: Bernard Madoff profile occupation: Entrepreneur, White Collar Criminal
profile id: 9412674
profile name: Bernard Law Montgomery profile occupation: General, Writer, Government Official
profile id: 233081
profile name: Bernard Ebbers profile occupation: White Collar Criminal
profile id: 38028
profile name: Bernard Shaw profile occupation: News Anchor, Journalist
profile id: 9396071
profile name: Bernard Malamud profile occupation: Author
profile id: 9336913
profile name: Bernard Herrmann profile occupation: Songwriter
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There's no such thing as royalty in the United States, but if anyone has ever come close to that level, it's the Kennedy family. For 64 years, Washington had at least one Kennedy in public office. Descended from Irish Catholics who fled the potato famine, the family has a strong tradition in the Democratic party, the most prominent member being President John F. Kennedy. In addition to fame and political power, the Kennedy clan has had more than its fair share of tragedy—several members of the family have died in accidents and assassinations, in what's been called the "Kennedy curse."
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In 2002, four years after the death of his wife Linda, former Beatle Paul McCartney married model Heather Mills—without a prenuptial agreement. After having a baby, the couple separated in 2006. Mills talked to the press, and the divorce turned bitter. In 2008, Mills walked away with $50 million.
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Heather Mills and Paul McCartney
They are American icons—they're on our dollars and coins, they are the subject of our monuments, and we live our daily lives in the world their ideas helped create. America's Founding Fathers include George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and, of course, Benjamin Franklin. These men, together with several other key players of their time, structured the American democracy and left a legacy that has shaped the world. But beyond their legends, these men were human beings who led complex and fascinating lives. Learning their stories helps us better understand what made them tick, as well as their influence on our world today.
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