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Jim McKay

Jim McKayBorn: Sept. 24, 1921Radio-TV host and commentator of ABC's Olympic coverage and “Wide World of Sports” show since 1961; 12-time Emmy winner; also given Peabody Award in 19…

Adam McKay

Before Adam McKay was the Oscar-nominated director of The Big Short, he was famous as Will Ferrell's creative partner and director in comedies such as Anchorman, Talledega Nights and Step Brothers. He…

Gardner McKay 2001 Deaths

Gardner McKayAge: 69 dashing actor and writer who abandoned Hollywood for adventures in the Amazon. He starred in the 1960s television series Adventures in Paradise and turned down the opportu…

John McKay 2001 Deaths

John McKayAge: 77 legendary USC football coach who popularized the "I" formation in the 1960s and later became the first head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers franchise; remembered for his ca…

James Iver McKAY

McKAY, James Iver, a Representative from North Carolina; born near Elizabethtown, Bladen County, N.C., in 1793; pursued classical studies; studied law; was admitted to the bar and practiced; ap…

Koln Gunn McKAY

McKAY, Koln Gunn, a Representative from Utah; born in Ogden, Weber County, Utah, February 23, 1925; attended the Weber County public schools and Weber State College, 1958-1960; B.S., Utah State…

Claude Jutra

Claude Jutra is the filmmaker who wrote and directed Mon Oncle Antoine (1971), considered by many critics to be the best Canadian movie ever made. Jutra got started in filmmaking as a teenager and his…

Claude Chabrol

directorBorn: 6/24/1930 Birthplace: Paris, FranceDied: 9/12/2010 (Paris, France) Master of the suspense film, Claude Chabrol, was born in Paris on June 24, 1…

Claude KITCHIN

KITCHIN, Claude, (son of William Hodges Kitchin, brother of William Walton Kitchin, and uncle of A. Paul Kitchin), a Representative from North Carolina; born near Scotland Neck, Halifax County,…