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  2. Shelby Grant - Wikipedia

    Grant and Everett had two daughters, Katherine Thorp and Shannon Everett. [1] [2] She largely left acting to focus on philanthropy during her later life. Grant and her husband sponsored more than twenty heart surgeries for children. [1] Grant died of a brain aneurysm in Westlake Village, California on June 25, 2011 at the age of 74. [1]

  3. Chad Everett - Wikipedia

    Everett married actress Shelby Grant in Tucson, Arizona on May 22, 1966. [10] Everett was on location in Tucson filming the 1967 movie Return of the Gunfighter at the time of their wedding. [10] They had two daughters, Katherine and Shannon. The couple remained married for 45 years until her death after a brain aneurysm on June 25, 2011.

  4. Pam Lychner - Wikipedia

    According to him, Pam's and Katie's bodies were recovered during the first night of rescue efforts. On July 22, five days after the crash, the Suffolk County, New York coroners had identified Pam's body and he was summoned to confirm the identification.

  5. Margaret Farrand Thorp - Wikipedia

    Margaret Farrand Thorp (1891–1970) was a writer, English professor, and journalist. Thorp published six books, including five biographies. Thorp published six books, including five biographies. She is most noted for her 1939 work America at the Movies [1] and her 1949 work Female Persuasion: Six Strong-Minded Women .

  6. Katherine Everett - Wikipedia

    Katherine Everett was born Kathleen Olive Herbert in 1872 in Cahernane House, County Kerry. Her father was Henry Herbert of the Muckross estate. Everett had a difficult and unhappy relationship with her mother, leading her to leave home as a teenager living with relatives or others as a companion.

  7. List of people in Playboy 1980–1989 - Wikipedia

    Kymberly Herrin. James Garner. Lauren Hutton. Twins: Cybil and Tricia Barnstable, Sheila and Moira Stone, Piper and Tara Perry, Lynette and Leigh Harris (or Lyn and Leigh Holiday), Jo Penney. April. Liz Wickersham. Lorraine Michaels. Ed Asner. Rita Jenrette, The Girls of Kokomo, Indiana.

  8. Edward O. Thorp - Wikipedia

    Edward Oakley Thorp (born August 14, 1932) is an American mathematics professor, author, hedge fund manager, and blackjack researcher. He pioneered the modern applications of probability theory, including the harnessing of very small correlations for reliable financial gain.