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Michael

Director: Nora Ephron Writers: Nora Ephron, Delia Ephron, Pete Dexter and Jim Quinlan Director of Photography: John Lindley Editor: …

Michael Dukakis

Michael Dukakis served three terms as governor of Massachusetts and was the Democratic Party's 1988 nominee for U.S. President. Smart and competent but somewhat bland, Michael Dukakis and vice-preside…

George Michael

Name at birth: Georgios Kyriacos PanayiotouScruffy-sexy and sultry, George Michael was the bridge between 1970s glam rock and the sex-pop of the 1990s. He sold more than 100 million records in a caree…

Michael Flatley

Dance impresario Michael Flatley was raised in Chicago by Irish parents and took up dancing in earnest at age 11. In 1994 he became principal choreographer and dancer for the musical revue Riverdance.…

Michael Kennedy

Michael Lemoyne Kennedy was the son of the late Robert F. Kennedy and Ethel Kennedy, and nephew of President John F. Kennedy. Michael Kennedy graduated from Harvard in 1980 and from the University of …

Michael Skakel

Michael Skakel was tried and convicted in 2002 of a murder that occurred 27 years earlier: the 1975 killing of Martha Moxley. But after years of legal wrangling, that conviction was vacated by the Con…

Michael Sam

Michael Sam is the college football player who announced in 2014 that he was gay and hoped to play in the NFL. If he were to make a team, he would become the first openly gay active player in NFL hist…

Lorne Michaels

Name at birth: Lorne LipowitzLorne Michaels is the creator of the TV comedy series Saturday Night Live, the long-running show that spawned the careers of several comedians, including John Belushi, Gil…

Michaele Salahi

Name at birth: Michelle Ann HoltMichaele Salahi and her husband, Tareq Salahi, gained notoriety in 2009 for worming their way into an official state dinner at the White House without an invitation. In…

Michael Chang

Michael Chang Born: Feb. 22, 1972Tennis won the 1989 French Open , becoming the youngest men's champion of a grand slam event (17 years, 3 months.); went 11 consecutive years (1988-98) with …