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Ted Hughes

Ted Hughes was the poet laureate of England from 1984 until his death in 1998, but his international fame will always rest on the fact that he was married to poet Sylvia Plath, who killed herself in 1…

Ted Hughes 1998 Deaths

Ted HughesEdward James HughesAge: 68 British poet laureate acclaimed for his powerful, nature-inspired poems. His tempestuous marriage to poet Sylvia Plath, who committed suicide in 1963, cont…

Nicholas Hughes Biography

marine biologistBorn: January 17, 1962Died: March 16, 2009 (Alaska, USA) Best Known as: son of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath Nicholas Hughes' life began with t…

Ted Knight

Ted Knight played buffoonish and bombastic newscaster Ted Baxter on The Mary Tyler Moore Show from 1970-77. Knight won two Emmys and stole countless scenes on the show, which was one of the highest-r…

Ted Kaczynski

Name at birth: Theodore John KaczynskiTed Kaczynksi was sentenced to life in prison in 1998 for his crimes as the "Unabomber," an anti-technology terrorist who began a series of sporadic bombings acro…

Ted Sorensen

Name at birth: Theodore Chaiken SorensenTed Sorensen was the longtime advisor and counselor to President John F. Kennedy who wrote Kennedy's most memorable speeches -- including his inaugural address …

Ted Ligety

Skier Ted Ligety is the giant slalom champion who won the gold medal in combined events at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin. Born and raised in Utah, Ligety's first World Cup event was the giant slal…

Ted Nugent

Guitarist Ted Nugent formed the Amboy Dukes in Detroit in 1965, and in 1968 they had a hit with "Journey to the Center of Your Mind." In the mid-1970s Nugent was billed as a solo act and had a run of …

Ted Haggard

Ted Haggard was a leading American evangelical preacher when he became entangled in a sex scandal in 2006. Haggard graduated from Oral Roberts University in 1978, and in 1985 he and his wife Gayle fou…

Ted Williams

Ted Williams remains the last man to hit over .400 for a complete American major league baseball season. He finished the 1941 season with a .406 batting average, going 6-for-8 during a season-ending d…