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Conan O'Brien

Conan O'Brientalk show hostBorn: 4/18/1963Birthplace: Brookline, Massachusetts O'Brien replaced David Letterman as the host of Late Night at NBC. Before taking over the popular talk show, O' B…

Conan O'Brien

Conan O'Brientalk show hostBorn: 4/18/1963Birthplace: Brookline, Massachusetts O'Brien replaced David Letterman as the host of Late Night at NBC. Before taking over the popular talk show, O' B…

Parry O'Brien

shot-putterDied: April 21, 2007 (Ranch Belago, California) Best Known as: gold medalist who revolutionized shot-putting Three-time Olympic gold medalist who …

Mark O'Brien

Mark O'BrienAge: 49 author and poet. O'Brien, the subject of the Academy Award-winning documentary Breathing Lessons, wrote by typing with a stick in his mouth. He lived in a 650-lb. iron lung…

Dan O'Brien

Dan O'BrienBorn: July 18, 1966Track & Field Olympic decathlon gold medalist (1996); set former world record in decathlon (8,891 pts) in 1992, after shockingly failing to qualify for event …

Larry O'Brien

Larry O'BrienBorn: July 7, 1917Basketball former U.S. Postmaster General and 3rd NBA commissioner (1975-84), league absorbed 4 ABA teams and created salary cap during his term in office.Died: …

Parry O'Brien

Parry O'Brien Born: Jan. 28, 1932 Track & Field in 4 consecutive Olympics, won two gold medals, a …

Darcy O'Brien 1998 Deaths

Darcy O'BrienAge: 59 best-selling author of true crime and fiction books. His most popluar titles include Murder in Little Egypt and Two of a Kind: The Hillside Stranglers. Died: March 2, 1998…

M.J. O'Brien Trophy

Donated by Canadian mining magnate M.J. O'Brien, whose son Ambrose founded the National Hockey Association in 1910. Originally presented to the NHA champion until the league's demise in 1917,…

Tiny Tim

Tim Cratchit -- better known as Tiny Tim -- is the crippled youngster in the 1843 Charles Dickens story A Christmas Carol. Tim is a sickly little boy who walks with a crutch; his father, Bob Cratch…