Famous People Named Edward
Take a look at famous people named Edward, such as Edward Said, Edward Brooke, and Edward James Olmos.
Illustrator, Author, Screenwriter / 1925 - 2000
Edward Gorey was an American illustrator best known for his cartoons of Edwardian children coming to macabre ends. He work can be seen in the animated credits of PBS' Masterpiece Mystery.
Edward James Olmos
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profile name: Edward J. Smith profile occupation:
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profile name: Edward Gorey profile occupation: Illustrator, Author, Screenwriter
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profile name: Edward Jenner profile occupation: Surgeon
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profile name: Edward Hopper profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Edward James Olmos profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor
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profile name: Edward Weston profile occupation: Photographer
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