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Louis” – age 10416 – George Steele, Professional Wrestler – WWF Wrestler (1967-88) known as “The Animal – age 7917 – Warren Frost, Actor – Billy Lewis on “Matlock” (1986-1995) – age 9119 – Larry Coryell, Jazz Musician – “Godfather of Fusion” – age 7321 – Joy Hruby, Australian Actress – Joy’s World TV show – age 9025 – Ron Savage, News Correspondent – Fox Ch.2 Detroit, Mich; also a firefighter in Milford – age 6225 – Neil Fingleton, Actor – tallest British-born man 7’7″; “47 Ronin”, “Jupiter Ascending” – age 3625 – Bill Paxton, Actor – “Aliens”, “Predator 2”, “True Lies”, “Apollo 13”, “Twister” – age 6126 – Joseph Wapner, Judge – L. County Superior Court and TV show “The Peoples Court” (1981-93) – age 97 01 – Paula Fox, Author – writer of children’s books, winner of Hans Christian Andersen Award; “A Place Apart”, “Slave Dancer” – age 9303 – Míriam Colón, Actress – Mama Montana in Scarface (1983), Rosa in Sabrina (1995) – age 8006 – Robert Osborn, Film historian – host of Turner Classic Movies and The Movie Channel – age 8409 – Robert James Waller, Author – The Bridges of Madison County (1993) – age 7709 – Ann Beach, Actress – Sonia Barrett on the ITV comedy “Fresh Fields” – age 7809 – Jane Freeman, Actress – Ivy on BBC sitcom “Last of the Summer Wine” – age 81 (lung cancer)10 – Tony Haygarth, Actor – PC Wilmot in “Rosie” (1977-81) – age 7210 – John Forgeham, Actor – Frank Laslett in ITV series Footballers’ Wives – age 7510 – Joni Sledge, Singer – with two sisters founded R&B group Sister Sledge “We Are Family” – age 6013 – Kim Jong-nam, Older brother of Kim Jong-un, ruler of N.Korea, exiled and assassinated for disagreeing with the government – age 45 (poisonous gas attack)17 – Lawrence Montaigne, Actor – “The Great Escape” (1963), “Escape to Witch Mountain” (1975) – age 8617 – Derek Walcott, Poet – “Omeros” (1990) for which he won a Nobel Prize in Literature – age 8718 – Chuck Berry Singer/Songwriter – 1950s rock & roll pioneer, “Maybellene” (1955), “Johnny B. Sharkey (1976-78) – age 90 (kidney failure)07 – Tim Pigott-Smith, Actor – Ronald Merrick in English TV series “The Jewel in the Crown” – age 7007 – Glenn O’Brien, Writer – “The Style Guy” for GQ magazine – age 70 (complications from pneumonia)10 – Linda Hopkins, Blues Singer – performed with Louis Armstrong, Sammy Davis and others – age 9210 – Margaret Towner, Actress (UK) – Jira in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999)11 – J. Geils Blues Band, “Centerfold”, “Freeze Frame” – age 71 (natural causes)12 – Charlie Murphy, Actor/Comedian – regular on ‘Chappelle’s Show’, Eddie Murphy’s brother – age 57 (leukemia)14 – Bruce Langhorne, Folk Musician – he was the inspiration for Bob Dylan’s song “Mr. Senate (1998-2009) – age 85 (stroke)27 – Gregg Allman, Muscian – The Allman Brothers Band, “Midnight Riders”, “Ramblin Man” – age 69 (liver cancer)28 – John Noakes, TV Host – Presented BBC children’s TV show “Blue Peter’ – age 8329 – Manuel Noriega, Military dictator – strong man ruler of Panama (1983-89), removed and arrested by a U. invasion 1989 – age 83 (complications from brain surgery)30 – Molly Peters, Actress/Model – Bond girl in “Thunderball” – age 75 (stroke)30 – Elena Verdugo, Actress – nurse Consuelo Lopez in TV show “Marcus Welby, M.

Fox, Colonel USMC (retired) – 43 years of service (1950–1993), Medal of Honor recipient for actions in Vietnam – age 8625 – Rance Howard, Actor – played the Announcer Al Fazin in “Cinderella Man”(2005) Father of Director Ron Howard – age 8925 – Julio Oscar Mechoso, Actor – played Detective Ruiz in “Bad Boys” and “Blue Streak” – age 62 (heart attack)30 – Jim Nabors, Actor/Singer – Gomer Pyle on TV shows; “The Andy Griffith Show” and “Gomer Pyle USMC” – age 87 02 – Mundell Lowe, Jazz Musician/producer – Produced and scored themes for movie “Billy Jack” and TV show “Starsky & Hutch” – age 9504 – Christine Keeler, Model/Socialite (UK) – married yet notorious for her affairs, with a Russian diplomat which led to the discrediting of Harold Macmillan’s party (1963) – age 7505 – Ron Meyer, College and Pro Football Coach – New England Patriots (1982-85) Indianapolis Colts (!

” – age 7508 – Rod Mason, Jazz Musician – founded Hot Five Band and extensively toured in Europe – age 7610 – Clare Hollingworth, Journalist – was first reporter to report the start of World War II – age 10510 – Buddy Greco, Jazz Singer – “The Lady Is a Tramp” – age 9011 – Tommy Allsup, Musician – toured with Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. “The Big Bopper” Richardson see story – age 8512 – Larry Steinbachek, Musician – original member of Bronski Beat (1983) – age 5612 – Graham Taylor, English Football manager – managed England national football team (1990 -’93) – age 72 (heart attack)12 – William Peter Blatty, Writer/Filmmaker – wrote both the novel and screenplay for “The Exorcist” – age 89 (multiple myeloma)13 – Dick Gautier, Actor – Hymie the Robot in TV series “Get Smart” (1965-’70) – age 8513 – Lord Snowdon, Royal/Photographer – Vogue, Vanity Fair, and The Daily Telegraph magazines – age 8614 – Zhou Youguang, Linguist & supercentenarian – romanized Mandarin Chinese – age 11114 – Mahi Beamer, Singer – inducted into the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame for his falsetto tenor hula type singing – age 8815 – Jimmy Snuka, Wrestler – WWF Hall of Fame in 1996 – age 7315 – Richie Ingui, Musician/singer – original member of Soul Survivors (1965) – age 7016 – Eugene Cernan, NASA astronaut – Gemini 9A (1966), Apollo 10 (1969), Apollo 17 (1972) last man on the moon – age 8216 – Steve Wright, Musician/bass guitarist – The Greg Kihn Band18 – Mike Kellie, Musician – played with Spooky Tooth and the Only Ones – age 6919 – Miguel Ferrer, Actor – Bob Morton in “Robocop” and Owen Granger in NCIS: LA – age 6120 – Joey Powers, Singer – “Midnight Mary” (1964) (his only hit) – age 8221 – Maggie Roche, Singer/Songwriter – three sisters singing group The Roches – age 6523 – Gorden Kaye, Actor – René Artois in TV show ‘Allo ‘Allo!

– age 7524 – Butch Trucks, Musician/drummer – original member of The Allman Brothers Band (1969) – age 6924 – Ron ‘Bingo’ Mundy, Musician/singer – with group The Marcels, hit “Blue Moon” – age 7625 – John Hurt, Actor – John Merrick in “The Elephant Man” (1980) – age 7725 – Mary Tyler Moore, Actress – Laura Petrie on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-1966) and Mary Richards on The Mary Tyler Show (1970-1977) age – 8026 – Mike Connors, Actor – Joe Mannix in TV show “Mannix” (1967-1975) – age 9126 – Barbara Hale, Actress – Della Street on TV show “Perry Mason” (1957-1966) – age 9427 – Bob Holiday, Stage Actor – portrayed Superman in “It’s A Bird… It’s Superman” – age 8428 – Geoff Nicholls, Musician – keyboardist for Black Sabbath (1979-2004) – age 6828 – Bobby Freeman, Musician/Singer – top 10 R&B hits: “Do You Want to Dance” (1958), “C’mon and Swim” – age 7628 – Guitar Gable, Musician/Songwriter – swamp pop & blues song This Should Go On Forever – age 7928 – Ken Hartle, WWII Navy Diver – recovered sailors who perished in the attack on Pearl Harbor 1941 (Please read this story) – age 10330 – Doris Lockness, Pioneering American aviator – she flew in WWII with the Women Air Force Service Pilots – age 10731 – John Wetton, Musician/bassist – played with Asia, King Crimson, Uriah Heep, and Wishbone Ash – age 6731 – Frank Pellegrino, Actor – Johnny Dio in movie Goodfellas – age 72 05 – Sonny Geraci, Musician – played with The Outsiders (“Time Won’t Let Me”), and Climax (“Precious and Few”) – age 6905 – David Axelrod, Jazz musician – released 13 albums between 19 – age 8506 – Alec Mc Cowen, Actor – ‘Q’ Algy in “Never Say Never Again” (1983) – age 9106 – “Professor” Irwin Corey, Actor/Comedian – frequent guest on game and talk shows for four decades – age 10207 – Richard Hatch, Actor – Captain Apollo in “Battlestar Galactica” (1978-80) – age 7110 – Mike Ilitch, Entrepreneur – founder of Little Caesars Pizza, owned Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers – age 8710 – LTG Hal Moore, United States Army lieutenant general – commanded actual battle in Vietnam memorialized in movie “We Were Soldiers” – age 9412 – Al Jarreau, Jazz Singer – 7 Grammy Awards, “We’re in This Love Together”, “After All” – age 7612 – Alice Ludes, Singer – with her band The Music maids appeared in musicals “Meet Me in St.

The singer's voice and the song itself are so oppressive, like someone's attacking you with it instead of entertaining you.

She also has a sloppy style--it took me a while before I could figure out that "cummyuppen" was "cut me open."There's something about the cadence and delivery of the words in this song that is so perfectly rhythmic; such an incredible singing voice and yet it's almost as tho Leona Lewis is speaking the words to her lover.

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