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Thomas Eagleton (senator) -- Dead. Heart/respiratory ailments. Died March 4, 2007. Born September 4, 1929. Longtime Missouri senator who was briefly a vice presidential candidate for George McGovern in 1972. He was forced to resign after it was revealed he'd been successfully treated for depression a few years before and a media firestorm ensued.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Robert Easton (actor/dialect coach) -- Dead. [rumors] Died December 16, 2011 Born November 23, 1930. He had over a 50 year acting career, starred in Stingray and may be remembered as Sparks in the movie Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Roger Easton (engineer) -- Dead. Died May 8, 2014. Born April 30, 1921. A lead developer of Global Poisitioning System (GPS) while working for the Naval Research Laboratory, was awarded a National Medeal of Technology and was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame, died same day as Nancy Malone.  Home Page  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Clint Eastwood (director/actor) -- Alive. Born May 31, 1930. Acted in many Westerns before focusing on directing (he won the Best Director Oscar for Unforgiven and Million Dollar Baby), directed the controversial American Sniper, mayor of Carmel in the late '80s, became a father again after turning 65, and famously spoke to an empty chair at the Republican National Convention in 2012.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb

Fred Ebb (lyricist) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died September 11, 2004. Born April 8, 1933. Professional partner of composer John Kander, he wrote the words for musicals like Cabaret and Chicago.  IBDB  IMDb

Roger Ebert (critic) -- Dead. Cancer. Died April 4, 2013. Born June 18, 1942. With longtime movie debator Gene Siskel, invented the tagline "Two Thumbs Up," voiceless but eloquent online, born on the same day as Sir Paul McCartney, wrote a great rumination on life and death published in 2009.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Buddy Ebsen (actor/dancer) -- Dead. Died July 6, 2003. Born April 2, 1908. Well-known as Jed Clampett on The Beverly Hillbillies, but was first-cast as the Tin Woodsman in The Wizard of Oz before a make-up allergy forced him out.  IMDb

Umberto Eco (writer/professor) -- Dead. Died February 19, 2016. Born January 5, 1932. The Name of the Rose, Foucault's Pendulum, semiotics scholar, died same day as Harper Lee.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

David Eddings (writer) -- Dead. Died June 2, 2009. Born July 7, 1931. Co-wrote large fantasy series including the Belgariad and the Malloreon.  Home Page

Leigh Eddings (writer) -- Dead. Stroke. Died February 28, 2007. Born circa 1937. Co-wrote large fantasy series including the Belgariad and the Malloreon, died on the same day as Arthur Schlesinger.  Home Page

Nelson Eddy (actor/singer) -- Dead. Stroke (while performing). Died March 6, 1967. Born June 29, 1901. Sang in many light operas (Naughty Marietta) and was frequently paired with Jeanette MacDonald.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  FindAGrave

Herb Edelman (actor) -- Dead. Emphysema. Died July 21, 1996. Born November 5, 1933. Dozens of TV roles, probably best-known as Dorothy's ex on The Golden Girls.  IMDb

Barbara Eden (actress) -- Alive. Born August 23, 1934. Best-known for I Dream of Jeannie, once married to Michael Ansara.  IMDb

Gertrude Ederle (swimming celebrity/teacher) -- Dead. Died November 30, 2003. Born October 23, 1906. First woman (and fifth person) to swim the English Channel (on August 6, 1926), her record-breaking time stood for 24 years.  IMDb  Obituary

Walker Edmiston (cartoon voice) -- Dead. Cancer. Died February 15, 2007. Born February 6, 1925. Heard in H.R. Pufnstuf, voiced Inferno on Transformers; also voiced Ernie on the Keebler cookie elf commercials.  IMDb  Obituary

Louis Edmonds (actor) -- Dead. Cancer/respiratory failure. Died March 3, 2001. Born September 24, 1923. Roger Collins on Dark Shadows, Langley Wallingford on All My Children.  IMDb

Walter Edmonds (writer) -- Dead. Died January 26, 1998. Born July 15, 1903. Most famous work: Drums Along the Mohawk

Blake Edwards (director) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died December 16, 2010. Born July 26, 1922. Directed classic flicks like Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Great Race, the early Pink Panther movies, Victor/Victoria, married to Julie Andrews for over 40 years.  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Cliff Edwards (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died July 17, 1971. Born June 14, 1895. Voice of Jiminy Cricket.  IMDb

Elizabeth Edwards (writer/advisor/activist) -- Dead. Breast cancer. Died December 7, 2010. Born July 3, 1949. Wrote a number of books after her cancer diagnosis and husband's famous infidelity, including Resilience: Reflections on the Burdens and Gifts of Facing Life's Adversities, an inspiration for many for her straight-talking attitude. Make memorial contribution to the Wade Edwards Learning Lab.  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Geoff Edwards (game show host/TV host/actor) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died March 5, 2014. Born February 13, 1931. Hosted many different game shows in the '80s (like Chain Reaction and Starcade) in the US and Canada.  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Ronnie Claire Edwards (actress) -- Dead. Died June 14, 2016. February 9, 1933. Busy in TV for decades, best-known as Corabeth in The Waltons, died same day as Ann Morgan Guilbert.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Ralph Edwards (TV host) -- Dead. Heart failure. Died November 16, 2005. Born June 13, 1913. This Is Your Life and the first show on commercial TV, Truth or Consequences.  Home Page  IMDb

Robert Edwards (physiologist) -- Dead. Died April 10, 2013. Born September 27, 1925. Developed in vitro fertilization with Patrick Steptoe and they successfully impregnated Lesley Brown with the first test tube baby.  twitter  Obituary

Vince Edwards (actor) --Dead. Pancreatic cancer. Died March 11, 1996. Born July 7, 1928. Ben Casey.  IMDb

George Alec Effinger (writer) -- Dead. Bleeding ulcers. Died April 27, 2002. Born January 10, 1947. Amusing SF writer, Maureen Birnbaum, Barbarian Swordsperson: The Complete Stories.  Dead People Server Photo Gallery   AwardWeb  Home Page  Obituary

Richard Egan (actor) -- Dead. Died July 20, 1987. Born July 29, 1923.  IMDb

Dwight Eisenhower (president/general) -- Dead. Congestive heart failure. Died March 28, 1969. Born October 14, 1890. Helped lead the American army in WWII, later served as US president in the '50s.  Home Page  IMDb  FindAGrave

Will Eisner (artist/author) -- Dead. Following heart surgery. Died January 3, 2005. Born March 6, 1917. Created The Spirit, wrote extensively about creating comics in Graphic Storytelling.  Dead People Server Photo Gallery  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  youtube  Obituary

Anita Ekberg (actress) -- Dead. Died January 11, 2015. Born September 29, 1931. La Dolce Vita.  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Jack Elam (actor) -- Dead. Died October 20, 2003. Born November 13, 1918. Mostly played villanous cowboys in movies like Rawhide.  IMDb

Dana Elcar (actor) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died June 6, 2005. Born October 10, 1927. Pete Thornton on McGyver, Agent Polk in The Sting, a founder of the L.A. Actor's Theater, died on the same day as Anne Bancroft.  IBDB  IMDb  FindAGrave

Suzette Haden Elgin (writer, linguist, poet) -- Dead. Died January 27, 2015. Born November 18, 1936. Wrote science fiction, poetry and the classic non-fiction work The Gentle Art of Verbal Self-Defense, died same day as Charles Townes  Home Page  twitter  IMDb

Queen Elizabeth, II (queen) -- Alive. Monarch of England, celebrated her jubilee in 2002.  Home Page  IMDb

Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mum) -- Dead. [rumors] Old age. Died March 30, 2002. Born August 4, 1900.  Home PageQueen Elizabeth II's mother was hale and hardy throughout most of her life, with two replacement hips and an indomitable spirit.  IMDb

Peter Ellenshaw (visual effects whiz) -- Dead. Died February 12, 2007. Born May 24, 1913. The Black Hole, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.  Home Page  IMDb  FindAGrave

Duke Ellington (jazz great) -- Dead. Cancer. Died May 24, 1974. Born April 29, 1899.  Home Page  IMDb

Cass Elliot (singer) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died July 29, 1974. Born September 19, 1941. "Dream a Little Dream of Me," part of the Mamas and the Papas, evocative singer of the '60s and early '70s (personal aside - being an East coaster and longtime M+P fan, I had an amazing moment driving down out of the mountains near San Jose when "California Dreaming" suddenly played on the radio...).  Home Page  IMDb  FindAGrave

Bob Elliott (comic) -- Dead. Died February 2, 2016. Born March 26, 1923. Bob and Ray, Chris Elliott's dad, Abby Elliott's grandfather.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Denholm Elliott (actor) -- Dead. AIDS. Died October 6, 1992. Born May 31, 1922.  IMDb

Sam Elliott (actor) -- Alive. Born August 9, 1944. Married to Katharine Ross.  IMDb

Stephen Elliott (actor) -- Dead. Congestive heart failure. Died May 21, 2005. Born November 27, 1918. Arthur's potential fiancee's father in Arthur movies, Tony-nominated actor.  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Albert Ellis (psychiatrist/writer) -- Dead. Heart/kidney failure. Died July 24, 2007. Born September 27, 1913. Influential psychiatrist who developed Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, an early sex therapist, wrote many books including Guide to Rational Living.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Harlan Ellison (writer) -- Alive. Born May 27, 1934. Still kvetching after all these years (Dreams with Sharp Teeth), was a consultant on Babylon 5, wrote many short stories and edited the influential Dangerous Visions anthology series, did not die at Madcon in 2010 despite his "prediction."  Home Page  IMDb   AwardWeb

Elvira (TV fixture) -- Alive. Born September 17, 1951. Horror movie, wrestling, Halloween and commercial host, real name: Casandra Peterson.  Home Page  IMDb

Douglas Engelbart (engineer) -- Dead. Kidney disease. Died July 2, 2013. Born January 25, 1925. He presented the famous "mother of all demos" in 1968 where he demonstrated a number of his ideas, including the mouse, multiple computer windows, hypertext and teleconferencing, later won the Turing prize.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

John Entwistle (bass player) -- Dead. Cocaine-induced heart attack. Died June 27, 2002. Born October 9, 1944. Member of The Who, died just before launching a major tour.  Home Page  IMDb

Delia Ephron (writer) -- Alive. Born July 12, 1944. Wrote Hanging Up, You've Got Mail.  twitter  IMDb

Nora Ephron (director/writer) -- Dead. Cancer. Died June 26, 2012. Born May 19, 1941. Wrote Heartburn, a thinly-veiled account of her marriage to Carl Bernstein, went on to direct movies like Sleepless in Seattle, died same day as Doris Singleton.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Paul Erdman (economist, writer) -- Dead. Cancer. Died April 23, 2007. Born May 19, 1932. Commentator on Marketwatch, wrote novels such as The Crash of '79 (published in '76), died on the same day as David Halberstam and Boris Yeltsin.  IMDb

Paul Erdos (mathematician) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died September 20, 1996. Born March 26, 1913. Almost-ceaseless traveler and lecturer.  Home Page

Friedman Paul "Chef Tell" Erhardt (chef/writer) -- Dead. Heart failure/diabetes. Died October 26, 2007. Born November 5, 1943. Philadelphia-based chef whose short cooking clips were syndicated across America during the '80s and '90s.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Jenifer Estess (activist/producer) -- Dead. A.L.S.. Died December 16, 2003. Born February 17, 1963. Theater producer who founded Project A.L.S with her sisters after she was diagnosed with the illness, died on the same day as Madlyn Rhue.  IMDb

Erik Estrada (actor) -- Alive. Born March 16, 1949. CHips.  IMDb

Bob Evans (entreprenuer/farmer) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died June 21, 2007. Born 1918. Made sausage and started a restaurant chain (that makes great biscuits!).  Home Page  Obituary

Dale Evans (actress) -- Dead. Heart failure. Died February 7, 2001. Born October 31, 1912. Co-wrote "Happy Trails to You," with her husband, Roy Rogers, wrote a number of books on her own, died on the same day as Anne Morrow Lindbergh.  Home Page  IMDb

Damon Evans (singer/actor) -- Alive. Born November 24, 1950. The second Lionel on The Jeffersons, later sang Sportin' Life in a Porgy and Bess remake.  IMDb

Estelle Evans (teacher/actress) -- Dead. Died July 20, 1985. Born October 1, 1906. Calpurnia in To Kill a Mockingbird, Sarah in The Learning Tree, taught acting for many years, eldest sister of Esther Rolle and Rosanna Carter.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  FindAGrave

Josh Ryan Evans (actor) -- Dead. Heart disease/achondroplasia. Died August 5, 2002. Born January 10, 1982. Very short actor who played a doll (really!) on Passions, died during surgery, ironically just after his soap character was killed off.  IMDb  Obituary

Linda Evans (actress) -- Alive. Born November 18, 1942. Dynasty, married to John Derek before Bo, dated Yanni for years.  IMDb

Mike Evans (actor/writer) -- Dead. Throat cancer. Died December 14, 2006. Born November 3, 1949. The original Lionel on All in the Family and on The Jeffersons, wrote episodes of Good Times.  IMDb  FindAGrave

Robert Evans (producer/gadfly) -- Alive. Born June 29, 1930. Produced Chinatown, acted in a few late '50s movies, wrote and "starred" in The Kid Stays in the Picture.  Home Page  IMDb

Chad Everett (actor) -- Dead. Lung cancer. Died July 24, 2012. Born June 11, 1936. Starred in Medical Center, died same day as Sherman Hemsley.  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Don Everly (singer/guitarist) -- Alive. Born February 1, 1937. The elder Everly Brother, they were very influential over Linda Ronstadt and the Beach Boys, Don sang baritone and wrote "Cathy's Clown."  twitter  IMDb

Phil Everly (singer/songwriter) -- Dead. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder. Died January 3, 2014. Born January 19, 1939. The younger Everly Brother, Phil wrote "When Will I Be Loved?" and "Cathy's Clown;" very influential over the Beatles and Simon and Garfunkel. Died same day as Alicia Rhett and Saul Zaentz.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Tom Ewell (actor) -- Dead. Died September 12, 1994. Born April 29, 1909. Marilyn Monroe's neighbor in The Seven Year Itch.  IMDb