David Auburn (born 1970 Chicago) is an American playwright. ==Biography== Auburn was raised in Ohio and Arkansas. He attended the University of Chicago, where he was a member of Off-Off Campus, and received a degree in English literature. Following a fellowship with Amblin Entertainment, he moved t...
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Blackburn was born in Coventry and is the son of former Coventry Bees team manager Mick Blackburn. After second half rides in 1979 and 1980 he was signed by Leicester Lions for whom he rode in junior events and he was loaned out to National League teams Workington Comets in 1981, Long Eaton Invader...
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David Burn (c.1799 – 14 June 1875) was a Tasmanian pioneer and dramatist, author of the first Australian drama to be performed on stage, The Bushrangers. ==Early life== Burn was born in Scotland, the son of David Burn and his wife, Jacobina, née Hunter (1763-1851). David Burn senior died c.1820 ...
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David Coburn (born October 31, 1969 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actor, voice actor and singer. He is best known as the voice of Captain Planet in the TV series, Captain Planet and the Planeteers. ==Filmography== ...
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Professor David Cockburn MA BPhil DPhil (born 12 October 1949) studied Philosophy at St Andrews and Oxford, and has taught at Swansea, the Open University, and, until 2010, has spent over 30 years at the University of Wales, Lampeter, where he teaches courses on the philosophy of mind, Spinoza, Wit...
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John Ditchburn is an Australian cartoonist who has contributed to the Ballarat Courier, Eureka Street, the Independent Monthly, Border Mail, and the Australasian Post. ...
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[historian] Dr. David Ditchburn is a Scottish historian. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at Trinty College Dublin. ==Publications== ...
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David Thorburn (1790 – November 1862) was a Scottish-born merchant and political figure in Upper Canada. He represented 3rd Lincoln in the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada from 1835 to 1844 as a Reformer. He was born in Roxburghshire and came to Upper Canada in 1817. He served in the militia ...
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[banker] David Thorburn is a senior Scottish-born banker; Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director, Clydesdale Bank and the Yorkshire Bank, subsidiaries of the National Australia Bank. == Education == David J. Thorburn was born in Glasgow in 1958, raised in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire ...
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[writer] David Wedderburn (c.1580 – 23 October 1646) was a writer, and schoolmaster at Aberdeen Grammar School. Though his date of birth is not known, he was baptised on 2 January 1580, and was educated in Aberdeen. In April 1602 he started working at Aberdeen Grammar School. He had a numb...
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