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            Biography - Thursday, November 9, 2006 
       "Real stories and fascinating details behind the 
         most intriguing people who have ever lived." 
Greetings Biography Buff, 

Happy Birthday to "The Incredible Hulk" himself, Lou Ferrigno. 
This green monster is 54 years old today. We also remember the
"The First Lady of the World," Eleanor Roosevelt who died this 
week 42 years ago. This week's "Who Am I?" quiz is considered 
to be one of TIME Magazine's 100 most influential people of 
the 20th century. Yes, that is an extra hint for you!

P.S. You can discuss this issue or any other topic in the 
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--WHO AM I? 

--1. He was a definitive songwriter of the '60s protest 

--2. He was famously booed at the Newport Folk Festival when 
he performed electrically for the first time.

--3. He was declared to have "freed the mind the way Elvis 
freed the body. ... 

--4. He performs with the guitar, keyboard and harmonica he 
has toured steadily since the late 1980s 
--5. He was inducted into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 
and Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Who am I? (Answer at the bottom)



   See if you know if the following  have had a 
   visit from the "Grim Reaper":  

--1. Arthur Hill

--2. Bruno Kirby

--3. Joseph Barbera

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****Some famous people born during this week in history: 

-- November 6, 1946 - Sally Field
Born Sally Margaret Field Mahoney is an American actress 
who is a two-time Academy Award and Golden Globe winner; 
she is also a two-time Emmy Award winner who became a 
household name at age 20 as Sister Bertrille in the 1960s 
sitcom, The Flying Nun. She has had supporting roles in 
movies, including Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) and  Forrest Gump 
(1994). She is currently starring as Nora Walker on the ABC 
drama, Brothers & Sisters.

-- November 8 1949 - Bonnie Rait
She was born in Burbank California and is an American 
blues/R&B singer, songwriter, and guitarist who was the 
daughter of Broadway musical star John Raitt. In 1989, 
Nick of Time went to the top of the charts and she won three 
Grammy Awards. And a fourth Grammy Award for her duet "In the 
Mood" with John Lee Hooker. She followed up this success with 
three more Grammy Awards for her 1991 album, Luck of the Draw, 
which contains the hit single I Can't Make You Love Me, often 
considered to be one of the best ballads of all time.

-- November 9, Lou Ferrigno
He was born in Brooklyn, New York and is an American body-
builder and actor. At his peak, the 6'5" Ferrigno weighed 
275 lb  Ferrigno is best known as tekevision the 1970
show's "The Incredible Hulk." He also appeared on shows 
such as Pumping Iron — with Arnold Schwarzenegger and 
Franco Columbu — Sinbad of the Seven Seas, and, in the 
title role, Hercules.

****Some famous people who have died during this week 
    in history: 

-- November 7, 1962 - Eleanor Roosevelt
Born October 11, 1884 she was a Political leader and activist 
role model as First Lady of the United States from 1933 to 
1945. She promoted her husband's New Deal, as well as Civil 
Rights. After his death she built a career as an author-
speaker, a New Deal Coalition advocate and spokesperson for 
human rights. Eleanor was a leader in forming the United 
Nations, the United Nations Association and Freedom House. 
President Harry S. Truman called her the First Lady of the 

-- November 8, 1978 - Norman Percevel Rockwell 
Born February 3, 1894 was a 20th century American 
painter. His works enjoy a broad popular appeal and Rockwell 
is most famous for the cover illustrations he created for The 
Saturday Evening Post magazine over more than four decades. 
Among the best-known of Rockwell's works are Rosie the Riveter 
and the Four Freedoms series.

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--Answer to "WHO AM I?" 

Bob Dylan


--Answers to "DEAD OR ALIVE:" 

--1. Arthur Hill - Dead

--2. Bruno Kirby - Dead

--3. Joseph Barbera - Alive

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