Gemini Celebrities

Gemini celebrities
Anne Frank
Name: Anne Frank
Birth Date: June 12, 1929
Death Date: March, 1945
Place of Birth: Frankfurt, Germany
Place of Death: Belsen, Germany
Nationality: German
Gender: Female
Occupations: diarist, author
Anne Frank (1929-1945) achieved world fame after her death from typhus in March 1945 in the Nazi concentration camp Bergen-Belsen through the publication of her diary in which she described the lives of eight Jews in hiding in the city of Amsterdam between June 1942 and August 1944.

The Diary of Anne Frank is an exceptionally popular and well known piece of writing. It has been translated into 67 languages and is especially popular with young people.
Donald John Trump
Name: Donald John Trump
Birth Date: 1946
Place of Birth: New York, New York, United States
Nationality: American
Occupations: businessman, real estate developer
An American real estate developer, Donald John Trump (born 1946) became one of the best known and most controversial businessmen of the 1980s and 1990s.

After attending the Wharton business school, he joined the family real estate business. A self-promoting and flamboyant dealmaker, he was able to secure loans with minimal collateral in the free-wheeling 1980s and created an empire in real estate, casinos, sports, and transportation. By 1990, however, the effects of recession had left him unable to meet loan payments. Although he shored up his businesses with additional loans and postponed interest payments, mounting debt brought Trump to business bankruptcy and the brink of personal bankruptcy. Banks and bondholders lost hundreds of millions of dollars but opted to restructure his debt to avoid risking losing even more in a court fight. By 1994, Trump had eliminated a huge portion of his $900 million personal debt and reduced substantially his nearly $3.5 billion in business debt. Forced to relinquish the Trump Shuttle (bought in 1989), he retained Trump Tower in New York City and control of his three casinos in Atlantic City. In 1999, Trump toyed with running for president on the Reform party ticket. Widely known as simply “the Donald,” Trump stars in his own reality television show, which debuted in 2004.
Judy Garland
Name: Judy Garland
Birth Date: June 10, 1922
Death Date: June 21, 1969
Place of Birth: Grand Rapids, Minnesota, US
Place of Death: London, England
Nationality: American
Occupations: actress, singer
Age at Death: 47
Cause of Death: Drug overdose
Judy Garland (1922-1969) starred in films, musicals, and on the concert stage. A superstar who never lost her waif appeal, she is best remembered for her performance in The Wizard of Oz and for the song "Over the Rainbow."

In June 1969, Judy Garland was found dead in her London apartment, the victim of an overdose of barbiturates.
Marilyn Monroe
Name: Marilyn Monroe
Variant Name: Norma Jean Baker
Birth Date: June 1, 1926
Death Date: August 5, 1962
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, US
Place of Death: Los Angeles, California, US
Nationality: American
Occupations: actress
Age at Death: 36
Cause of Death: Drug overdose
The film actress Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) epitomized the Hollywood sex symbol with her provocative clothes, champagne blond tresses, and breathless, whisper-voiced manner of speaking.

Raised in orphanages and first married at 14, Monroe became a world-famous sex symbol and, after her death, a Hollywood legend. She was noted for her distinctively breathy singing style and seductive film roles. At first patronized by critics, she studied acting and won more challenging roles. Her suicide at age 36 only increased her mystique. Her films include Niagara (1952), The Seven-Year Itch (1955), Bus Stop (1956), Some Like It Hot (1959), and The Misfits (1960). Monroe's second husband was Joe DiMaggio and her third was Arthur Miller.
Paul McCartney
Name: Paul McCartney
Born: 18/06/1942
BirthPlace: Liverpool, England
McCartney was born the son of a bandleader, and joined John Lennon's skiffle group, The Quarrymen, in 1957. By 1962, when they were discovered and moulded by promoter Brian Epstein, The Beatles had become a slick, innovative foursome.

It only took a year for them to become number-one best-selling artists and worldwide superstars. Their 9th February 1964 American TV debut on the Ed Sullivan Show caused a sensation, and their film collaborations with director Richard Lester, A Hard Day's Night (1964) and Help! (1965), are quirky and stylistically innovative.

In 2001, he paid an emotional tribute to his late wife Linda (who died of breast cancer in 1998) with the documentary Wingspan.

McCartney has also composed a handful of acclaimed classical pieces. In 2001, he penned the end title theme for Cameron Crowe’s film Vanilla Sky. and the composition earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song.

He was knighted in 1997, and in 2002 he married model and disability spokesperson Heather Mills whom he met four years earlier.
Arthur Stanley Jefferson (comic actor)
Born: 6/16/1890
Birthplace: Ulverston, England
Died: 2/23/1965
Cause of Death: Heart attack
After working in British music halls, American vaudeville, and silent film, Laurel teamed up with Oliver Hardy in 1927. As a comic duo they perfected slapstick stunts in silent shorts such as Leave 'em Laughing (1928) and From Soup to Nuts (1928). They moved into the talkies and won an Academy Award for The Music Box (1932). Successful feature-length films included Sons of the Desert (1933) and Way Out West (1937). Laurel received a Special Academy Award in 1960 for his work in cinema comedy.
Vincent Price
Name: Vincent Price
Born: 27/05/1911
Birth Place: St. Louis, USA
Died: 25/10/1993
Age at Death: 82
Cause of Death: Cancer
Film and stage actor who had a respectable screen career, including his most famous role in Laura (1944) before becoming king of horror. Price began acting on the London stage, where he appeared in Victoria Regina and Heartbreak House. His films include House of Wax (1953), The Ten Commandments (1956) and The House of Usher (1960).
John Wayne
Name: John Wayne
Variant Name: Marion Mitchell Morrison
Birth Date: May 26, 1907
Death Date: June 11, 1979
Place of Birth: Winterset, Iowa, United States
Place of Death: Los Angeles, California, United States
Nationality: American
Occupations: actor
Age at Death: 72
Cause of Death: Cancer
American actor John Wayne (1907-1979) played characters who typically exuded decisiveness, virility, and an American "can-do" spirit in over 75 films.

His anti-Communist sentiments led Wayne to help found the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals in 1944. The organisation worked to exclude those on the political left from the industry.

In general Wayne's tough guy image was just that, an image. He insisted that it was mostly a gimmick that he decided to adopt early in his career to overcome a lack of acting training.

After his death from lung and stomach cancer in 1979, a Congressional medal was created in Wayne's honor.
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