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Stuart McLean

died February 15th, 2017

Andrew Stuart McLean, was a Canadian radio broadcaster, humorist, monologist, and author, best known as the host of the CBC Radio program The Vinyl Cafe. Often described as a "story-telling comic" although his stories addressed both humorous and serious themes, he was known for fiction and non-fiction work which celebrated the decency and dignity of ordinary people, through stories which often highlighted the ability of their subjects, whether real or fictional, to persevere with grace and humour through embarrassing or challenging situations.

Stuart Nethercott

born March 21st, 1973

Stuart Nethercott is an English football manager and former professional footballer.

Stuart Pearce

born April 24th, 1962

Stuart Pearce is an English professional football manager and former player, who was most recently a first-team coach for Premier League club West Ham United. He was nicknamed "Psycho" for his unforgiving style of play.

Stuart Percy

born May 18th, 1993

Stuart Percy is a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who is currently playing for HC Vítkovice Ridera in the Czech Extraliga (ELH). He was selected 25th overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Stuart Prebble

born April 15th, 1951

Stuart Prebble is Chairman of Storyvault Films, and is a former CEO of ITV, Granada Sky Broadcasting and of ITV Digital.

Stuart Raper

born January 5th, 1965

Stuart Raper is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer and coach. He has since become a sideline commentator for the NRL with Foxsports. He is widely known for his father being Rugby League legend Johnny Raper and he also is the only Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks coach to win the President's Cup (under-21s) for the club in 1994.

Stuart Rose

born March 17th, 1949

Stuart Alan Ransom Rose, Baron Rose of Monewden, Kt is a British businessman and life peer, who was the executive chairman of Marks & Spencer until 2010, remaining as chairman until early 2011. He was knighted in 2008 for his services to the retail industry and created a Conservative life peer on 17 September 2014, taking the title Baron Rose of Monewden, of Monewden in the County of Suffolk.

Stuart Rosenberg

died March 15th, 2007

Stuart Rosenberg was an American film and television director whose motion pictures include Cool Hand Luke (1967), Voyage of the Damned (1976), The Amityville Horror (1979), and The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984). He was noted for his work with actor Paul Newman.

Stuart Stone

born November 17th, 1980

Stuart Stone (born Stuart Eisenstein) is a Canadian film, television, and voice-over actor as well as a producer of television, film and music. He is best known for his roles as Ronald Fisher in the 2001 cult film, Donnie Darko and Ralphie Tennelli on The Magic School Bus animated television series from 1994 to 1997. Stone has also toured as a comedian and rapper.

Stuart Sutcliffe

died April 10th, 1962

Stuart Fergusson Victor Sutcliffe was a British painter and musician best known as the original bass guitarist of the Beatles. Sutcliffe left the band to pursue his career as a painter, having previously attended the Liverpool College of Art. Sutcliffe and John Lennon are credited with inventing the name "Beetles" (sic), as they both liked Buddy Holly's band, the Crickets. They also had a fascination with group names with double meanings, so Lennon then came up with "The Beatles", from the word beat. As a member of the group when it was a five-piece band, Sutcliffe is one of several who are sometimes referred to as the "Fifth Beatle".

Stuart Zender

born March 18th, 1974

Stuart Patrick Jude Zender is an English bassist. He is best known as a former member of the band Jamiroquai.

Stubby Clapp

born February 24th, 1973

Richard Keith "Stubby" Clapp is a Canadian professional baseball coach and former second baseman and Triple-A manager who is the first base coach for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball (MLB). He played for 11 years, most notably within the Cardinals organization, including a brief stint in MLB with the Cardinals. In his native Canada, he is best remembered for his performance at the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg, where he hit a bases-loaded single in the 11th inning to beat a more experienced U.S. team and put Canada in the semifinals. Canada eventually won the bronze medal.

Stubby Kaye

November 11th, 1918 - December 14th, 1997

Bernard Solomon Kotzin (November 11, 1918 – December 14, 1997), known as Stubby Kaye, was an American actor, comedian, vaudevillian, and singer, known for his appearances on Broadway and in film musicals.

Studs Terkel

born May 16th, 1912

Louis "Studs" Terkel was an American writer, historian, actor, and broadcaster. He received the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction in 1985 for The Good War and is best remembered for his oral histories of common Americans, and for hosting a long-running radio show in Chicago.

Stylianos Lenas

died March 28th, 1957

Stylianos Lenas was a member of EOKA, and one of the Cypriots who were wounded in battle against British soldiers.

Stylianos Lykoudis

born April 4th, 1878

Stylianos Lykoudis was a Royal Hellenic Navy rear admiral, best known for his long service as head of the Navy's Lighthouse Service. He was also a scholar and historian, becoming a member of the Academy of Athens.

Stymie Beard

born January 1st, 1925

Matthew Beard Jr. was an American actor. As a child actor, he was most famous for playing Stymie in the Our Gang short comedy films of 1930–1935. The role was so well known that he adopted the name Stymie Beard, and was so credited in some later roles, such as his 1978 appearance in The Buddy Holly Story.

Su Jian

died March 6th, 0903

Su Jian (蘇檢), courtesy name Shengyong (聖用), was an official of the Chinese Tang Dynasty, serving briefly as chancellor from 902 to 903, while Emperor Zhaozong was under the physical control of the warlord Li Maozhen the military governor (Jiedushi) of Fengxiang Circuit and Li's eunuch allies, led by Han Quanhui. After Li Maozhen was forced to surrender Emperor Zhaozong to another warlord, Zhu Quanzhong, the military governor of Xuanwu Circuit, Su was forced to commit suicide.

Su Shi

born January 8th, 1037

Su Shi, courtesy name Zizhan (子瞻), art name Dongpo (東坡), was a Chinese poet, essayist, politician, calligrapher, painter, gastronome, pharmacologist, and travel writer who lived during the Song dynasty. A major personality of the Song era, at times holding high-level political positions, Su was also an important figure in Song Dynasty politics, aligning himself with Sima Guang and others, against the New Policy party led by Wang Anshi, gaining some level of popular support through his actions, and also sometimes experiencing politically motivated reversals to his government career.

Su Yugui

died February 15th, 0956

Su Yugui (蘇禹珪), courtesy name Yuanxi (元錫), formally the Duke of Ju (莒國公), was an official during the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period Later Jin, Later Han, and Later Zhou states, serving as a chancellor during Later Han and Later Zhou.

Suat Hayri Ürgüplü

died December 26th, 1981

Ali Suat Hayri Ürgüplü was a Turkish politician who served a brief term as Prime Minister of Turkey in 1965. He was also the last Prime Minister to be born outside the territory of present-day Turkey, being born in Damascus, which was then part of the Ottoman Empire.

Subhadra Joshi

born March 23rd, 1919

Subhadra Joshi was an Indian freedom activist, politician and parliamentarian from Indian National Congress. She took part in the 1942 Quit India movement, and later remained the president of the Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC). She was from Sialkot.

Subhas Chandra Bose

born January 23rd, 1897

Subhas Chandra Bose was an Indian nationalist whose defiance of British authority in India made him a hero among many Indians, but his wartime alliances with Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan left a legacy vexed by authoritarianism, anti-Semitism, and military failure. The honorific Netaji was first applied to Bose in Germany in early 1942—by the Indian soldiers of the Indische Legion and by the German and Indian officials in the Special Bureau for India in Berlin. It is now used throughout India.

Subhash Dutta

February 9th, 1930 - November 16th, 2012

Subhash Dutta (9 February 1930 – 16 November 2012) was a Bangladeshi filmmaker, theater and film actor. He started his career as a commercial artist.

Subhash Ghai

born January 24th, 1945

Subhash Ghai is an Indian film director, producer, actor, lyricist, music director and screenwriter, known for his works predominantly in Hindi cinema. He was one of the most prominent and successful filmmakers of Hindi cinema throughout 80s and 90s. His most notable works include Kalicharan (1976), Vishwanath (1978), Karz (1980), Hero (1983), Vidhaata (1982), Meri Jung (1985), Karma (1986), Ram Lakhan (1989), Saudagar (1991), Khalnayak (1993), Pardes (1997) and Taal (1999).

Subhash Kak

born March 26th, 1947

Subhash Kak is an Indian-American computer scientist and historical revisionist. He is the Regents Professor of Computer Science Department at Oklahoma State University–Stillwater, an honorary visiting professor of engineering at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and a member of the Indian Prime Minister's Science, Technology and Innovation Advisory Council (PM-STIAC).

Subhashree Ganguly

born November 3rd, 1990

Subhashree Ganguly (born 3 November 1990) is an Indian actress, model and the winner of Anandalok Nayikar Khonje 2006. She is the highest paid actress of Bengali cinema. She made her acting debut in 2008 with the Odia comedy drama film Mate Ta Love Helare and subsequently made her debut in Bengali films with Pitribhumi, in which she played a supporting role. Her first starring role in a Bengali film Bajimaat. After this she had Bengali films like Challenge, Paran Jai Jaliya Re(2009), Romeo, Khokababu (2012), Khoka 420 (2013), Boss, Game, Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay (2014), Abhimaan, Boss 2: Back to Rule (2017), Nabab (2017), Chalbaaz (2018), Parineeta (2019).

Subhashri

born July 18th, 1975

Subhashri is an Indian actress in south cinema. She is the sister of south actress Malashri. She was noted for roles in films like Gentleman, Muthu, Pedarayudu and Minor Mappillai.

Suborna Mustafa

born December 2nd, 1960

Suborna Mustafa (born 2 December 1960) is a Bangladeshi television, film and stage actress. She is the current Jatiya Sangsad member representing the Reserved Women's Seat-4 since February 2019. She is a member of Bangladesh Awami League party.

Subroto Mukerjee

born March 5th, 1911

Air Marshal Subroto Mukerjee OBE was an Indian military officer who was the first Indian Commander-in-Chief (C-in-C) of the Indian Air Force. He was awarded several honours during the course of a three-decade-long career, ended by his untimely demise in 1960. He has been called the Father of the Indian Air Force.

Suchinta Chowdhury Chanchal

born June 1st, 1974

Suchinta Chowdhury Chanchal (Bengali: সুচিন্ত চৌধুরী চঞ্চল), known as Chanchal Chowdhury (Bengali: চঞ্চল চৌধুরী), is a Bangladeshi actor. Critically acclaimed for his performances in Rupkothar Golpo (2006), Monpura (2009), Television (2012), Aynabaji (2016), Debi (2018) and Hawa (2022). He has received two Bangladesh National Film Awards for Best Actor and three Meril Prothom Alo Awards for Best Actor.

Suchitra Bandekar

born October 10th, 1972

Suchitra Bandekar (Marathi: सुचित्रा बांदेकर) is an Indian actress. She mainly works in Hindi and Marathi films and television.
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