Adrienne directs the daily news operation and content production for Biography.com. She joined the staff in October 2022 and most recently worked as an editor for Popular Mechanics, Runner’s World, and Bicycling. Adrienne has served as editor-in-chief of two regional print magazines, and her work has won several awards, including the Best Explanatory Journalism award from the Alliance of Area Business Publishers. Her current working theory is that people are the point of life, and she’s fascinated by everyone who (and every system that) creates our societal norms. When she’s not behind the news desk, find her hiking, working on her latest cocktail project, or eating mint chocolate chip ice cream.
Elizabeth Holmes founded the now-defunct health technology company Theranos and is currently serving an 11-year prison sentence for her fraud conviction.
Why Michael J. Fox Waited 7 Years to Reveal His Parkinson’s Diagnosis
The Back to the Future star opens up about his life-changing diagnosis in a new Apple TV+ documentary.
30 Photos of King Charles III When He Was Young
The monarch reached many milestones in life before his ascension to the throne at age 73.
Poet and playwright William Shakespeare is considered the greatest dramatist of all time. His works are loved throughout the world, but Shakespeare’s personal life is shrouded in mystery.
The late Mary Quant is immortalized as the British fashion designer who popularized miniskirts and created the “Chelsea look.”
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is an attorney, a vocal environmental and anti-vaccine activist, and radio host.
Convicted criminal Albert DeSalvo is best known for confessing to be the “Boston Strangler,” who killed 13 women in Boston in the early 1960s.
Robert Blake was an Emmy-winning film and TV actor who starred in the ’70s cop drama Baretta. He was also known for the murder trial of his second wife, Bonny Lee Bakley.