Famous People Named Willie
Take a look at famous people named Willie, such as Willie Mays, Willie Nelson, and Willie Garson.
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profile name: Willie Nelson profile occupation: Animal Rights Activist, Songwriter, Singer
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profile name: Willie Garson profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor
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profile name: Willie Mays profile occupation: Baseball Player
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profile name: Willie Lloyd profile occupation: Drug Dealer
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profile name: Willie Thrower profile occupation: Football Player
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profile name: Willie Brown profile occupation: Mayor
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As women were developing roles outside the home for the first time, TV moms also began playing characters that were relatable to real-life moms. Mary Tyler Moore became America's favorite working woman—30, single and living on her own—on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. As laws changed the racial dynamics of the country, Esther Rolle portrayed the hard-working matriarch of an urban black family on Good Times. Some even chose to remarry like Bea Arthur in Maude...who was on her fourth husband.
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During their courtship and marriage, John Adams and Abigail Smith Adams exchanged over 1,100 letters, many filled with intellectual discussions on government and politics considered an invaluable account of the Revolutionary War. Abigail, a fierce advocate of rights for women and African-Americans, was an important partner throughout John's political career. The couple lived on a farm in Quincy, Massachusetts, where they raised five children. Abigail died in 1818; John died in 1826, 16 months after their son, John Quincy Adams, was sworn in as the sixth President of the United States.
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