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1. Kent School – Kent School is a private, co-educational college preparatory school in Kent, Connecticut, United States. Students at Kent come from nearly as many states. Situated between the Housatonic River, the 1,200-acre campus currently serves 570 students, about 520 of whom board. The school was one of the first New England boarding schools to educate both young women in 1960. As of the 2014-2015 school the school has an enrollment of 570 students and a student-teacher ratio of 7:1. Born in New York City on March 1874, Father Reverend Frederick Herbert Sill attended Columbia University and the General Theological Seminary. Father Sill led the school for the thirty-five years of its existence. In the ensuing years, four headmasters have led Kent. The current Headmaster and Rector, graduated from Kent in 1969 and studied at Harvard and Yale before returning to Kent as Chaplain. He was appointed Headmaster in 1981. Kent's diverse body comes from a variety of religious backgrounds and secular traditions. The entire body gathers at St. Joseph's Chapel for three weekly services, which often include a student, faculty, or guest speaker or performance. The girls' and boys' campuses were consolidated in 1992, resulting in the current, fully integrated co-educational campus. Currently 48 % of students are 52 % male. From the onset, Kent has been a pioneer in educating a variety of students, regardless of their economic status.Kent School – Kent School Boat Club on the banks of the Housatonic River
2. Kent, Connecticut – Kent is a town in Litchfield County, Connecticut, alongside the border with New York. The population was 2,858 at the 2000 census. The town is home to three boarding schools: South Kent School, The Marvelwood School. The Schaghticoke Indian Reservation is also located within town borders. The Town of Kent was settled about 1739. The community was important in the growth of production. Kent is in Litchfield County. Its location is 41°43′29″N 73°28′39″W. Bulls Bridge, one of two covered bridges open to vehicles in Connecticut, is located in the town. The town is bisected by the Housatonic River. The western half contains the Schaghticoke Indian Reservation, as well as a section of the Appalachian Trail. Since then, it is used for outdoor recreation throughout the year. Visitors can also take advantage of the numerous grills set up around the park. From peaks on the Blue Trail, hikers can take in fantastic views of the Taconic Mountains. Kent Falls State Park is often called “The Jewel of the Inland Parks” with its scenic view of 17 different waterfalls.Kent, Connecticut – Kent Falls, before its 2005-2006 renovation
3. John A. Baldwin, Jr. – John Ashby Baldwin, Jr. is a retired vice admiral of the United States Navy active during much of the Cold War. Baldwin was graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1955. In January 1973, he joined the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in Head, Sea Control Branch. In 1975, after more than two years with the Office of the CNO, he became Commander, Destroyer Division 33, remaining there until August 1977. Following his tour with Destroyer Division 33, Baldwin returned to Washington, D.C. serving in the Office of the Secretary of the Navy. He subsequently joined the staff of the Secretary of Defense as Military Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense. Following this, he served in the Office of the CNO. From 1982 to 1986, Baldwin served in the Pacific. In October 1984, he reported for Operations and Plans. Additionally, he gained approval from the Department of Education to seek accreditation for the university to master's degrees. Baldwin retired from active duty on 1 October 1992 after 37 years as a naval officer. Baltimore Sun, May 17, 1992. Portrait of John A. Baldwin, Jr.John A. Baldwin, Jr. – John A. Baldwin, Jr.
4. Jacob D. Beam – Jacob Dyneley Beam was an American diplomat. Beam was born in New Jersey. The younger Beam earned a bachelor's degree in 1929 from Princeton. He then joined the United States Foreign Service. His first assignment was in Geneva, where he served as vice counsel in Geneva from 1931 to 1934. He then served as third secretary to the United States Embassy from 1934 to 1940. During World War II, he served in London returning to Germany after the war. Beam was counselor from 1951 to 1952. He became United States Ambassador from 1957-61. He was present at the Prague Spring there. Then to the Soviet Union from 1969 to 1973. Beam died in Rockville, Maryland of a stroke. His son is journalist Alex Beam. Jacob D. Beam paper at the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, Princeton University Oral History Interview with Jacob D.Jacob D. Beam – Jacob D. Beam
5. Bruce Beattie – Bruce Beattie is an American political cartoonist. His work also appeared in magazine and books. He also served as the President of the National Cartoonists Society. Beattie was born in New York City. He graduated from Kent School in Kent, University of Pennsylvania. Bruce Beattie at the Internet Movie DatabaseBruce Beattie – v
6. John Biddle (yachting cinematographer) – John Scott Biddle was a foremost yachting cinematographer and lecturer, establishing a film-making career that spanned more than forty years. Biddle was born on June 1925, near Philadelphia, the fourth of five children. His parents, were both from prominent Philadelphia families. His father was Brigadier General Nicholas Biddle, whose great-grandfather was Nicholas Biddle, President of the Second Bank of the United States. His mother was Sarah Lippincott Biddle, whose paternal grandfather Joshua Ballinger Lippincott founded J. B. Lippincott Company, maternal grandfather Joseph Wharton founded the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He was commissioned to bring back specimens; some of his ` trophies' still reside at Philadelphia's Academy of Natural Sciences. During Nicholas' travels, he would film the hunts, allow young John to experiment with his movie camera and all his unexposed film. John tinkered in Jamestown, Rhode Island where he also mastered the idiosyncrasies of ocean sailing. His many cousins, attended Meadowbrook School, then went on to Kent School in Connecticut. He served in the infantry during World War II. A bad tooth sent him during fighting in Belgium. There it was noticed that he could work a movie projector, so he was assigned to entertain the troops. Thereafter, he discovered two thirds of his platoon had been killed in a firefight. His entertaining skills likely had spared his life.John Biddle (yachting cinematographer) – Biddle on location, 1974
7. Paul Bremer – Lewis Paul Bremer III is an American diplomat. Bremer called the Coalition Provisional Authority, following the 2003 invasion by the United States. Bremer served until June 28, 2004. Born in Hartford, Connecticut, he was educated at Phillips Andover Academy. He went on to earn an MBA from Harvard University in 1966. Bremer later continued his education at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, where he earned a Certificate of Political Studies. He joined the Foreign Service, which sent him first to Kabul, Afghanistan, as a general services officer. Bremer was assigned to Blantyre, Malawi, from 1968 to 1971. During the 1970s, he held various domestic posts including posts as an assistant to Henry Kissinger from 1972 to 1976. In 1981, Bremer was promoted to Alexander Haig. Bremer became managing director at Kissinger and Associates, a worldwide consulting firm founded by Henry Kissinger. Bremer served on the International Advisory Boards of Komatsu Corporation and Chugai Pharmaceuticals. 1,700 of the employees of Marsh & McLennan had offices in the World Trade Center. Bremer's office was in the North Tower. In an interview with CNN after the September 11 attacks, Bremer stated that their office was located "above where the second aircraft hit".Paul Bremer – Paul Bremer
8. John Brooks (writer) – John Nixon Brooks grew up in Trenton, New Jersey. Brooks graduated from Kent School in Kent, Princeton University in 1942. After graduation he joined the United States Army Air Forces, in which he served as a communications and radar officer until 1945. Brooks was aboard the First United States Army ship on D-Day during the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944. After leaving the military, he went to work for Time magazine, where he became a contributing editor. In 1949, he got his break. He joined The New Yorker as a staff writer -- a development he later called the lucky break that made his career. While working at The New Yorker, he also began contributing book reviews to The New York Times Book Review. He was the author of one -- The Big Wheel, published in 1949 -- describing a newsmagazine much like Time. Brooks also published ten non-fiction books on the subject in which he specialized for The New Yorker. "He was not a breaker of big stories, or a shaper of important journalistic institutions", wrote journalist Joseph Nocera, now of The New York Times. Part of Brooks's appeal as a financial journalist was that he wrote for The New Yorker. Whitney's sordid history has been told before", said The Wall Street Journal in its review. "But in Mr. Brooks's hands, the drama becomes freshly shocking." In Brooks's retelling of the decade's events, Tsai and others correctly adjusted their trading strategies accordingly.John Brooks (writer) – Ford Motor Company 's Edsel, subject of author John Brooks's best-known New Yorker profile
9. Jack Capuano – Jack Capuano is an American ice hockey coach and former player. Capuano is the coach for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League. He spent parts of three seasons in the NHL in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He was a 5th round selection in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft. Capuano played his hockey at the University of Maine. Capuano enjoyed a decorated career, earning First-Team All-American honours in his junior year. His 32 goals remains the most ever by a Black Bear defenseman. He signed with the Maple Leafs. Capuano spent his first season 21 points in 74 games. Shortly after his demotion, Capuano demanded a trade, feeling he belonged in the NHL. They too assigned him to the AHL. Capuano played only 17 games in the Islanders' system before being dealt again, this time to the Vancouver Canucks. Capuano received a three-game callup to the Canucks, where he received the opportunity to play with his Dave. The two became the first pair of brothers in Canucks history to suit up for the team at the same time. He signed with the Boston Bruins for the 1991 -- 92 season.Jack Capuano – Coaching the Islanders during the 2013 playoffs.
10. Peter Carlisle – Peter Benson Carlisle is an American politician, the former Mayor of Honolulu, Hawaii. Carlisle was the Prosecuting Attorney of Honolulu, from 1996 to 2010. He was born in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Carlisle pursued an undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and English, Carlisle attended the UCLA School of Law. He first came to Hawaii in 1978 where he married Judy. Peter Carlisle's first experience with prosecution in Hawaii came with the Honolulu prosecutor's office. After receiving his Juris Doctor degree from UCLA, Carlisle was recruited as a deputy prosecutor of Honolulu. Carlisle remained for over a decade attaining the responsibility of chief of the Career Criminal Unit. In 1996 Carlisle was elected. He is an opponent of punishment. Carlisle was later criticized for using taxpayer money to promote the constitutional amendment. Keith Kaneshiro, Prosecuting Attorney since 1988, endorsed David Arakawa. David Arakawa did not win over 50 % of the vote in the September election to win outright. He steadily beat Arakawa in the November runoff in the general election.Peter Carlisle – Peter Carlisle
11. Alicia Coppola – Alicia Coppola is an American television and film actress. She started her TV career on the MTV game show Remote Control. In 1991, Coppola was hired to play vixen Lorna Devon on a role she continued playing through 1994. Coppola played public relations representative in a 2004 episode of Monk. Coppola had a recurring role on NBC's American Dreams playing the role of Nancy. She appeared as Dr. Michelle Talmadge, in the episode "Woo-Hoo, a Hernia-Exam!". . She played a short role as Joy Deaver in the episode, "The Girl in the Fridge". All four of her scenes are restored as extras on the Day 4 DVD. In them, Coppola discovers a lead in the investigation, originally dismissed by fellow analyst Edgar Stiles, who suspects her because of her religion. Edgar later apologizes to her when her lead turns out to be important. Starting in the fall of 2006, Coppola appeared in the recurring role of IRS Agent Mimi Clark in the post-apocalyptic Jericho. Coppola became a series regular in February 2007. She was an FBI agent in National Treasure: Book of Secrets, also directed by Jericho executive producer Jon Turteltaub. Coppola guest-starred on the season 2 episode "Little Angels" of CBS' NCIS: Los Angeles, playing FBI agent Amy Rand, an expert on kidnapping cases.Alicia Coppola – Alicia Coppola, in February 2008
12. Ted Danson – He also starred in the CBS dramas CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and CSI: Cyber as D.B. Russell. In 2015 Danson starred in the second season of FX's comedy-crime drama anthology Fargo. He was ranked second in TV Guide's list of the top 25 television stars. Danson has also been a longtime activist in ocean conservation. In March 2011, he published his first book, Oceana: Our Endangered Oceans and What We Can Do to Save Them, written with journalist Michael D'Orso. He was born to Jr. an archaeologist and museum director. He has an older sister, Jan Haury. He was raised in Flagstaff, Arizona. His ancestry includes English and Scottish. In 1961, he enrolled in the Kent School, where he was a basketball star. He became interested in drama while attending Stanford University. He transferred to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in drama in 1972. He began his career on the daytime soap opera Somerset. He played the role of "Tom Conway" from 1975 to 1976.Ted Danson – Danson in 2008
13. Richard Dearlove – Sir Richard was Master of Cambridge, from 2004 to 2015. He was posted to Nairobi in 1968. In 1984, he was appointed an OBE. Dearlove became Chief in 1999. In 2001, he was appointed a KCMG. 2001 – Service criticised for failing to establish and warn that Al-Qaeda was planning anything on the scale of the 11 September attacks. The "War on Terror", the US invasion of Afghanistan and the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Tension with the Government over the evidence for war on Iraq. In July 2002, Dearlove told ministers that in the US "intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy". Dearlove was elected Master of Cambridge, on 1 August 2004. He accepted an invitation to become the Chairman of Trustees of the Cambridge Union Society in 2006. In February 2008 Dearlove gave evidence at the inquest of Princess Diana's death, responding to Harrods owner Mohamed al-Fayed who claimed that MI6 had murdered Diana. Sir Richard is a signatory of the Henry Jackson Society principles. In April 2013, it was announced that Dearlove joined the advisory board of Ergo, advisory firm. He's a very undignified flag-carrier, for a very important issue."Richard Dearlove – Sir Richard Dearlove
14. Lana Del Rey – Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, better known by the stage name Lana Del Rey, is an American singer, songwriter, model. Three of the EP's tracks were featured in her short film Tropico, which premiered in December 2013. Following a North American tour with Courtney Love and Grimes, she released Honeymoon. It also received positive critical and commercial response; the album had the fourth highest first week sales by a female artist in 2015. Del Rey has one brother, Charlie. Sr. was a Kidder, Peabody & Co. investment banker, a vice president for Plough, Inc and Textron, venture capitalist. She is of Scottish descent. She began singing in her church choir when she was a child, where she was the cantor. Before becoming a singer, Del Rey wanted to be a poet. During this time, Del Rey's uncle taught her how to play guitar, she "realized could probably write a million songs with those six chords". "I was always singing, but didn't plan on pursuing it seriously", Del Rey said. Del Rey enrolled at Fordham University where she majored in philosophy. Del Rey said she chose to study the subject because it "bridged the gap between God and science... I was interested in God and how technology could bring us closer to finding out where we came from and why". According to Del Rey, she had trouble making friends in boarding school and college, said, ", when my musical experience began.Lana Del Rey – Del Rey performing during the Planeta Terra Music Festival in Brazil, 2013
15. Vine Deloria Jr. – Vine Victor Deloria Jr. was a Native American author, theologian, historian, activist. From 1964 to 1967, he had served as executive director of the National Congress of American Indians, increasing tribal membership from 19 to 156. He was influential in the development of what scientific critics called American Indian creationism, but which American Indians referred to as defenses against scientific racism. Deloria began his academic career in 1970 at Western Washington State College at Bellingham, Washington. In 1990, Deloria taught at the University of Colorado Boulder until 2000, when he returned to Arizona and taught at the College of Law. Vine Deloria Jr. was born in 1933, in Martin, South Dakota, near the Oglala Lakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He was the son of Barbara Sloat and Vine Victor Deloria, Sr.. His father became an missionary on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. His father transferred his and his children's tribal membership from the Yankton Sioux to Standing Rock. Vine Sr.'s sister Ella Deloria was an anthropologist. Vine Jr. was first educated at reservation schools. Deloria graduated from Kent School in 1951. He graduated from Iowa State University in 1958 with a degree in general science. Deloria served in the Marines from 1954 through 1956. In the late 1960s, he earned a degree from University of Colorado Boulder in 1970.Vine Deloria Jr. – Vine Deloria, Jr.
16. Emme (model) – Emme, is an American plus-size model, social reformer and body image advocate. Emme is largely recognized as the leading model in the profession, as well as its highest earner. When Emme was in high-school, her family moved back to the States, settling in Houston. She later attended the Kent School in Connecticut, where she joined the team. After graduation, she spent two years in Flagstaff, Arizona where she was a reporter and anchor for the NBC affiliate KNAZ-TV. Emme's Melanie is also a model. Emme moved to New Jersey. In 2001, Emme's Toby was born. Later finalized her divorced in 2008. Emme's daughter Toby Cole is signed at IMG Models. In May 2007 Emme was diagnosed with Stage 2a Hodgkin's lymphoma - a type of lymphoma, often curable with chemotherapy. In November 2007 doctors declared that she was "cancer-free". She separated in October 2007. A 16" doll bearing Emme's name and likeness generates money to benefit body image and self-esteem organizations. Official website Emme at the Internet Movie DatabaseEmme (model)
17. Peter Farrelly – Peter John Farrelly is an American film director, screenwriter, producer and novelist. In addition to his extensive career, Peter is also an acting board member of the online media company DeskSite. Farrelly was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, the son of Mariann, a nurse practitioner, Robert Leo Farrelly, a doctor. He was graduated from Providence College. The professor said not everything is judged by grades. With what would later be Outside Providence, Farrelly was pleasantly surprised that he was accepted. He later became interested in screenwriting, which led him to directing. He made this decision after many of his works sold, but were not produced. They also conceived the Seinfeld episode "The Virgin". Wessler. He directed two of its segments. In 2012, his brother announced that the filming of the sequel to Dumb and Dumber would begin in 2013. He is a published novelist, with works including The Comedy Writer. Farrelly is a member of DeskSite. He lives in Los Angeles, while Bobby remains in Massachusetts.Peter Farrelly – Peter Farrelly (2009)
18. Hamilton Fish IV – See Hamilton Fish for others with the same name. Hamilton Fish, Jr. was a Republican politician best known as a member of the U.S. Congressional Delegation from New York. Fish was the son of Grace Chapin and Hamilton Fish III, grandson of Hamilton Fish II and Alfred C. Chapin, great-grandson of Hamilton Fish, a descendant of Lewis Morris, a cousin of the Kean family of New Jersey politicians. Hamilton Fish V, ran for Congress in 1988 and 1994 as a Democrat without success. Fish attended the prestigious private Kent School. He graduated from Harvard University in 1949 and received an LL.B. from New York University School of Law in 1957. He also attended Harvard's Graduate School of Public Administration. While in college, Fish was a member of the United States Naval Reserve. From 1951 to 1953, Fish served in Ireland to the nation from the United States Foreign Service. In 1961, Fish served as a lawyer for the New York State Assembly's Judiciary Committee. Fish was a candidate for the 90th Congress in 1966. While he won the Republican primary, he was defeated in the general election by Democrat Joseph Y. Resnick.Hamilton Fish IV – Hamilton Fish IV
19. Thomas C. Foley – Thomas Coleman "Tom" Foley is an American politician and businessman. He is one of six children of Gifford Pinchot Foley. Foley then received a B.A. in Economics from Harvard and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. Foley is no relation to former House Speaker Tom Foley. He first worked at Citicorp Venture Capital. Foley left CVC to found a private investment company, in 1985. NTC Group purchased the Bibb Company in Macon, Georgia. NTC purchased Stevens Aviation in 1989. NTC sold its interest in 1996. In April 2007, T.B. Woods was sold to ALTRA Holdings. Stevens is headquartered in South Carolina. The company has Denver, CO in addition to its two locations in Greenville. He has served in national government twice. From August 2003 through March 2004, he served as the Director of Private Sector Development for the Coalition Provisional Authority. He received the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Award in Iraq.Thomas C. Foley – Tom Foley
20. Mamie Gummer – Mary Willa "Mamie" Gummer is an American actress. She played the recurring role of Nancy Crozier on The Good Wife. She has also appeared in the films Evening, Side Effects, Cake, the Flash. She was nominated in a Play for the original production of Ugly Lies the Bone. Gummer is the daughter of actress Meryl Streep and sculptor Don Gummer. As a young child, she appeared in Heartburn. Twenty months old at the time of filming, she received a positive review in the New York Times. In 2007, she received a Lucille Lortel nomination for her performance in Theresa Rebeck's The Water's Edge. Gummer made her motion-picture debut with a minor role in Lasse Hallström's The Hoax starring Richard Gere. In 2007, she starred in Michael Cunningham's film adaptation of Susan Minot's novel Evening playing her mother as a young woman. The film, directed by Lajos Koltai, featured Vanessa Redgrave, Claire Danes. She portrayed Sally Adams in the 2008 HBO mini series John Adams, which details the life of the second President of the United States. She made her Broadway debut in the Tony Award–nominated revival of Les liaisons dangereuses in 2008, for which she received critical praise. She also guest-starred on the CBS legal drama The Good Wife in the season 1 episode "Bad" portraying Nancy Crozier. Her character returned again on season 2 episodes "Cleaning House" and "Getting Off".Mamie Gummer – Gummer in the 2010 Heart Truth fashion show
21. Robert Hillyer – Robert Silliman Hillyer was an American poet. Hillyer was born in New Jersey. He attended Kent School in Kent, Connecticut, graduated from Harvard in 1917, after which he went to France and volunteered with the S.S.U. 60 of the Norton-Harjes Ambulance Corps serving the Allied Forces in World War I. He had long links including holding a position as a Professor of English. His work is in meter and often rhyme. He is known for such poems as "Theme and Variations" and the light "Letter to Robert Frost". American composer Ned Rorem's most famous song is a setting of Hillyer's "Early in the Morning". Hillyer was identified with the Harvard Aesthetes grouping. He was 66 when he died in Wilmington, Delaware. Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for "Collected Verse" in 1934. The Collected Poems. Knopf. 1961. Other poems.Robert Hillyer – Robert Hillyer
22. Charles P. Kindleberger – Charles Poor "Charlie" Kindleberger was an economic historian and author of over 30 books. Panics, Crashes, about speculative stock market bubbles, was reprinted in 2000 after the dot-com bubble. Kindleberger is well known for hegemonic theory. Kindleberger has been referred to on financial crisis by The Economist. He was born in New York City on October 1910. Kindleberger received a PhD from Columbia University in 1937. While writing his thesis, he was employed temporarily under the direction of Harry Dexter White. Kindleberger then joined the Federal Reserve Bank of New York full-time. Subsequently, Kindleberger worked for International Settlements in Switzerland, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. During World War II, Kindleberger served in the Office of Strategic Services. From 1945 to 1947 Kindleberger was Chief of the Division of Economic Affairs of Germany and Austria at the United States Department of State. He was a leading architect of the Marshall Plan. Marshall himself was a great, great man—funny, odd but great—Olympian in his moral quality. Night after night. The first work ever done that I know in economics on computers used the Pentagon's computers at night for the Marshall Plan.Charles P. Kindleberger – Charles P. Kindleberger ca.1973
23. Sidney D. Kirkpatrick – Sidney D. Kirkpatrick is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and a bestselling historical author. He attended Kent School, Connecticut, Hampshire College, Massachusetts and New York University. His documentaries include: the President, in which Ethel Derby, second daughter of President Roosevelt, describes her childhood. Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet ISBN 978-1-57322-896-1, a biography of Edgar Cayce, the psychic. The Revenge of Thomas Eakins, ISBN 978-0-300-10855-2 a biography of Thomas Eakins, the artist. The Smithsonian, National Archives, HBO, History Channel, A&E Television networks have all featured his work. Biographical profiles of Kirkpatrick have appeared in the New York Times, Newsweek, Time, Playboy. Kirkpatrick is the father of Washington Post digital photo editor Nick Kirkpatrick, the stepfather of film maker and artist Mercedes Thurlbeck. He plays squash, collects grave rubbings, rings church bells. Edgarcaycebooks.comSidney D. Kirkpatrick – author photos
24. Seth MacFarlane – Seth Woodbury MacFarlane is an American television producer, filmmaker, actor, singer, working primarily in animation and comedy, as well as live-action and other genres. MacFarlane is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, where he studied animation. As an actor, he has made guest appearances such as The War at Home and FlashForward. In 2008, he created his own YouTube series titled Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy. He won several awards including two Primetime Emmy Awards and an Annie Award. In 2009, he won the Webby Award for Film & Video Person of the Year. He occasionally speaks at universities and colleges throughout the United States, he is a supporter of gay rights. Ted, became the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy. As a singer MacFarlane has performed including the Royal Albert Hall. MacFarlane has released three studio albums, in the same vein of his musical idol Frank Sinatra, beginning with Music Is Better Than Words in 2011. He wrote the lyrics for the Academy Award-nominated song "Everybody Needs a Best Friend" for Ted. MacFarlane served as executive producer of Cosmos: an update of the 1980s Carl Sagan -- series, hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson. MacFarlane was instrumental in providing funding for the series, well as securing support for it from other entertainment executives. MacFarlane was born and raised in Kent, Connecticut. His parents, Ronald Milton MacFarlane and Ann Perry, were born in Newburyport, Massachusetts.Seth MacFarlane – MacFarlane at the San Diego Comic-Con International, July 2012
25. Grayson McCouch – Grayson Jonathan McCouch is an American actor. He is known for his role as Dusty Donovan on the daytime opera As the World Turns. He also starred on the Nick at Nite family drama Hollywood Heights. McCouch was born in New York City, Donald Grayson McCouch, a banker. His mother is Israeli and served in the Israeli army. McCouch received his Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree in Theater from Hamilton College. He later studied through the Oxford-Yale program. While in London, he performed in Electra at the Royal Court. McCouch got his start as Dr. Morgan Winthrop on Another World in 1993. After moving to Los Angeles, the actor starred on Legacy. He played Dr. Mitchell Grace on All Souls. Other appearances include Beverly Hills, 90210, The Agency. His film credits include Armageddon, Airtight, Momentum. In 2014, McCouch portrayed the doomed Thomas Wayne in the episode of Gotham. He currently resides in New York City.Grayson McCouch – McCouch at the 2009 As the World Turns fan luncheon, New York City
26. Stewart McKinney (politician) – McKinney was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Connecticut. He attended Kent School and later Princeton University from 1949 to 1951, but enlisted in the United States Air Force. He completed his enlistment in 1955. McKinney then received a B.A. from Yale University in 1958. He also owned other ventures. In 1966, McKinney was elected as a Republican to the Connecticut State House of Representatives, where he served two 2-year terms, 1967-1971. He was Minority Leader in his second term. In 1970, McKinney won. He served in the House until his death in Washington, DC. He is widely known for the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act of 1986, which provides federal money for shelter programs. McKinney is credited with coining the phrase "too big to fail" in connection with large banks. In Congress, he served on Assassinations. During this time, he also served as a director of Bridgeport Hospital. His death in 1987 was brought by complications of AIDS. His physician speculated that McKinney became infected with HIV in 1979 during heart surgery.Stewart McKinney (politician) – Stewart McKinney
27. Guy Murchie – Guy Murchie was a writer about science and philosophy: aviation, astronomy, biology, the meaning of life. He was a practising member of the Bahá'í Faith. His books included Men on the Horizon, Song of the Sky, The Seven Mysteries of Life. The latter three books were chosen by the Book of the Month Club. He illustrated his books with woodcuts of his own design. His wife attended Guy Jr.'s christening. His parents held him to high standards. Instead he left before receiving his credentials on a trip headed to the Far East. Murchie returned in 1930. In the same year he married Eleanor Forrester Parker Cushman, his senior. Although the marriage eventually failed, Murchie dedicated his book The Seven Mysteries of Life after her death in 1960. The travelogue does not cover his travels beyond Moscow. ... I must find out for myself whether it is not ignorance alone, that prevents friendship and understanding between these masses of human beings. He summarizes, "China is not nearly so unstable politically as it seems." In Russia, Murchie Communism itself a kind of religion.Guy Murchie – Contents
28. Stephanie Nyombayire – Stephanie Nyombayire is a representative for the Genocide Intervention Network and a Rwandan native. She graduated in June 2008. Stephanie lost dozens of her family members in 1994 although she herself was not in the country at the time. In 2005, Stephanie was asked to introduce President Bill Clinton at the 2005 Campus Progress National Student Conference on behalf of GI-Net. Highlighting Clinton's apology for the world's inaction during the Rwandan genocide, Nyombayire encouraged the audience to "always follow our words with action." Also in 2005, Stephanie traveled to Darfurian refugee camps in Chad after she was denied entry to Sudan. Her trip, along with fellow students from Georgetown and Boston University, was documented in "Translating Genocide," which premiered on MTV on March 12, 2006. In 2007, Stephanie was named one Glamour magazine's Top Ten College Women for her work on Darfur.Stephanie Nyombayire – Stephanie Nyombayire introducing Bill Clinton at the 2005 Campus Progress National Student Conference on behalf of the Genocide Intervention Network.
29. David Ayres Depue Ogden – David Ayres Depue Ogden was a United States Army Lieutenant General. Ogden was born in New Jersey. He attended Princeton University before transferring to the United States Military Academy. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Engineers. In 1923 Ogden was assigned to Camp Devens, Massachusetts, instructing Reserve officers in engineering. During the early 1930s Ogden was assigned to the chief engineer of the district that included Chicago. By the mid-1930s, Ogden had been assigned to the Los Angeles, California engineer district. In 1940 Ogden was named engineer in Trinidad. He remained in command until July, 1945. ESBs were organized to conduct amphibious operations during combat, moving soldiers from transport ships from beaches to transport ships. The 3rd ESB operated throughout the war. Following World War II General Ogden commanded Fort Ord, California. In 1947 Ogden was selected for command of the Eniwetok atomic site. Ogden returned as chief of the organization and training section in the Army's Training and Operations Directorate G-3. General Ogden was named Chief Engineer of the Far East Command in 1952.David Ayres Depue Ogden – General Ogden as Commander of the Ryukyus Command in the early 1950s
30. John Rawls – John Bordley Rawls was an American moral and political philosopher. He held the James Bryant Conant University Professorship at the University of Oxford. He is one of the major thinkers in the tradition of political philosophy. John Rawls was born to William Lee Rawls, "one of the most prominent attorneys in Baltimore", Anna Abell Stump Rawls. The second of tragedy struck Rawls at a young age. Two of his brothers died in childhood because they had contracted fatal illnesses from him.... In 1928, the seven-year-old Rawls contracted diphtheria. Younger by 20 months, visited him in his room and was fatally infected. Rawls contracted pneumonia. Tommy, caught the illness from him and died. Rawls's biographer Thomas Pogge calls the loss of the brothers the "most important events in John's childhood". Rawls attended school in Baltimore before transferring to Kent School, an Episcopalian preparatory school in Connecticut. Upon graduation in 1939, Rawls attended Princeton University where he was accepted into The Ivy Club and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society. During his last two years at Princeton, he "became deeply concerned with its doctrines." He considered attending a seminary to study for the Episcopal wrote an "intensely religious senior thesis."John Rawls – John Rawls
31. Lauren Santo Domingo – Lauren Santo Domingo is a contributing editor at Vogue and the co-founder of online fashion retailer Moda Operandi. She graduated from the University of Southern California in 1998. Santo Domingo is also a supporter of charities such as the Costume Institute. Santo Domingo began her career at Vogue returning to the magazine in 2005 as a contributing editor. In her column "APT with LSD", Santo Domingo goes inside the homes of some of the most influential women in the fashion and circuit. In 2010, Santo Domingo co-founded an online fashion retailer, with Aslaug Magnusdottir, a former Gilt Groupe executive. Moda Operandi allows "shoppers to see and purchase their favorite looks right off the runway" in online trunkshows. Moda Operandi launched “Boutique” in 2012, which offers a curated selection of in-season designer products, available for immediate delivery. She was formerly Lauren Davis. Lauren married Andres Santo Domingo in Cartagena, Colombia, on January 2008. Vogue featured the nuptials in a ten-page spread. Her nine bridesmaids each wore a dress created by Santo Domingo wore two dresses custom-made by Olivier Theykens for Nina Ricci. Santo Domingo lives with her husband and two children. They also have a townhouse in Paris, in the Saint Germain district.Lauren Santo Domingo – Lauren Santa Domingo
32. Roger Sessions – Roger Huntington Sessions was an American composer, teacher, writer on music. Sessions was born to a family that could trace its roots back to the American revolution. Ruth Huntington Sessions, was a direct descendent of Samuel Huntington, a signatory of the Declaration of Independence. Roger studied music from the age of 14. There he subsequently edited the Harvard Musical Review. Graduating at age 18, he went on to study before teaching at Smith College. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1961. He gave the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures at Harvard University in 1968 -- 69. He continued to teach on a part-time basis at the Juilliard School until 1983. For a list of his notable students, See: List of music students by teacher: R to S#Roger Sessions. In 1968 Sessions was awarded the Edward MacDowell Medal for outstanding contribution by the MacDowell Colony. Sessions won a special Pulitzer Prize in 1974 citing "his life's work as a distinguished American composer." In 1982 he won the annual Pulitzer Prize for his Concerto for Orchestra, first performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra on October 23, 1981. He died in Princeton, New Jersey. His works written up to 1930 or so are less neoclassical in style.Roger Sessions – Roger Sessions
33. Mandy Stein – Mandy Stein is an American film producer and film director. Her parents are Linda S. Stein. Stein was born in Manhattan. She attended Occidental College. Mandy Stein at the Internet Movie Database Burning Down the House: The Story of CBGB at the Internet Movie DatabaseMandy Stein – Mandy Stein
34. Donald SymingtonDonald Symington – Symington in 1950
35. KT Tunstall – Kate Victoria Tunstall, known by her stage name KT Tunstall, is a Scottish singer-songwriter and musician. Tunstall broke with a 2004 live solo performance of her song "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" on Later... with Jools Holland. Born to a Hong Kong-born exotic dancer, Tunstall was adopted by David and Rosemary Tunstall of St Andrews. At the age of four Tunstall started playing piano. Later Tunstall learned to play musical instruments. Tunstall attended the Lawhead Primary and Madras College in St. Andrews, Kent School in Kent, Connecticut in the United States. Tunstall earned her BA from the Royal Holloway, University of London. Tunstall was awarded an honorary doctorate by Royal Holloway in 2011. Released in 2004, this album launched her career. Tunstall eventually won BRIT Award both in 2006. Tunstall has released five albums internationally: Eye to the Telescope, Drastic Fantastic, Tiger Suit, KIN. She has also appeared in two episodes of the series This is Jinsy on Sky Atlantic. She was born to Carol Ann, from Hong Kong, an Irish man. Her mother met her father while working as dancer in Penthouse bar in Edinburgh, where her father was a bartender. Tunstall never met her biological father.KT Tunstall – Tunstall at the Showbox SoDo in Seattle 2 November 2010
36. Cyrus Vance – Cyrus Roberts Vance was an American lawyer and United States Secretary of State under President Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1980. Prior to that position Vance was the Deputy Secretary of Defense. As Secretary of State, he approached foreign policy on negotiation over conflict and a special interest in arms reduction. In April 1980, he resigned in protest of the secret mission to rescue American hostages in Iran. Vance was succeeded by Edmund Muskie. He was the cousin of lawyer John W. Davis. He is the father of Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. Vance was born on March 27, 1917, in Clarksburg, West Virginia. Vance had an older brother, John Carl Vance III. Following Vance's birth, his family relocated to New York, so that his father could commute to Manhattan, where he was an insurance broker. Vance's father was worked for a government agency during World War I. Vance died unexpectedly of pneumonia in 1922. Vance's mother was Amy Roberts Vance, active in civic affairs. Following her husband's death, she moved her family for a year where Vance and his brother learned French at L'Institut Sillig in Vevey. An Ambassador to the United Kingdom and 1924 United States presidential candidate, became his mentor and adopted him. Vance also earned three varsity letters at Yale.Cyrus Vance – Cyrus Vance
37. Edwin Warfield III – Edwin Warfield III was a Maryland State Delegate from Howard County, Maryland. Warfield was born on 3 June 1924. He was born at his family Oakdale, where his grandfather lived as Governor of Maryland. Warfield attended the Gilman School, then graduated from the Kent School in Connecticut. He later attended the University of Maryland where he earned a B.S. in Agriculture. Warfield, senator James A. Clark, Jr. would be the approvers of state money to provide road water and sewer for the Rouse project. He served as a until 1970. He was Natural Resources Committee from 1963-1970. He enlisted in 1943; serving in the Pacific theater flying P-51Mustangs through World War II. In 1950 he became the first Commander of the Maryland National Guard unit at Martin State Airport. From 1970 to 1980 he held the position of Adjutant general of Maryland. He was the Chairman of The Daily Record, founded by his grandfather Edwin Warfield. He sat on the Expansion of the University of Maryland. He created the Warfield Commission on higher education in Maryland, which recommended consolidating state colleges under the University of Maryland. He was also part of the World War II Memorial Commission.Edwin Warfield III – Edwin Warfield III
38. Thomson M. Whitin – Raised in Northbridge, Massachusetts, Whitin graduated from Kent School in Kent, Connecticut in 1940 and received his AB from Princeton University in 1943. He then joined the U.S. Navy, where he became gunnery officer on the Essex-class carrier USS Bon Homme Richard. After the War he returned to Princeton, where he received his AM and PhD late 1940s. After graduation Whitin started his academic career at Princeton University in its Economics Department. In 1953 he moved to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was appointed Professor of Economics in the School of Industrial Management. From 1956 to 1958 he returned to MIT for another two years. In 1960 he was appointed Professor of Business Administration at Berkeley. Whitin died aged 90 in December, 2013. Books: 1953. The Theory of Inventory Management. Princeton University Press 1954. Inventory Control Research: A Survey 1957. Dynamic Problems in the Theory of the Firm. With Harvey M. Wagner. Rand Corp Santa Monica Calif.Thomson M. Whitin – Thomson McLintock Whitin
39. Treat Williams – Richard Treat Williams is a Golden Globe and Emmy award-nominated American actor and children's book author who has appeared on film, stage and television. From 2002 to 2006, Williams was nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards. He was born in Rowayton, Connecticut, Richard Norman Williams, a corporate executive. He played football in high school. Williams graduated in Connecticut and Franklin and Marshall College. He made his debut in the 1976 thriller film Deadly Hero. He played a supporting actor in The Ritz, a squeaky-voiced private detective looking for his suspect in a gay bathhouse. He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his role in the film. Williams was featured in the February 1980 edition of Playgirl magazine. Williams has gone on to appear in over 75 films and several series. Notable films include: 1941, Once Upon A Time In America, Dead Heat, Deep Rising. Williams' second Golden Globe nomination was for his starring role in Sidney Lumet's Prince of the City. His third nomination was for his performance as Stanley Kowalski in the presentation of A Streetcar Named Desire. Williams' career includes numerous stage roles. Williams appeared in War Letters at the Canon Theatre in Los Angeles.Treat Williams – Williams in 1982
40. Marie L. Yovanovitch – From August 1, 2008 to June 3, 2011, she was the Ambassador from the United States of America to Armenia. She was the first woman to hold this position. She was previously Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan. From August 2001 to June 2004, she was the Deputy Chief of Mission of Ukraine. From May 1998 to May 2000, she served as the Deputy Director of the Russian Desk. Her overseas assignments include Ottawa, Moscow, London, Mogadishu. Yovanovitch joined the foreign service in 1986. Marie Yovanovitch is the daughter of Nadia Yovanovitch. Ambassador Yovanovitch is a graduate of Princeton University where she earned a BA in History and Russian Studies. She received an MS from the National War College. Ambassador Yovanovitch is learning Kyrgyz and Armenian. "Marie L. Yovanovitch". U.S. Department of State. Archived from the original on 2007-07-11. Retrieved 2007-08-12.Marie L. Yovanovitch – Marie L. Yovanovitch