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Frank Albertson

February 2nd, 1909 - February 29th, 1964

Francis Healey Albertson was an American actor who had supporting roles in films such as It's a Wonderful Life (1946) and Psycho (1960).

Frank Aletter

January 14th, 1926 - May 13th, 2009

Frank George Aletter was an American theatre, film, and television actor.

Frank Aschenbrenner

died January 30th, 2012

Francis Xavier Aschenbrenner was a professional American football player for the Chicago Hornets and the Montreal Alouettes.

Frank Auerbach

born April 29th, 1931

Frank Helmut Auerbach is a German-British painter. Born in Germany, he has been a naturalised British subject since 1947. He is considered one of the leading names in the School of London, with fellow artists Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud.

Frank Avery Hutchins

March 8th, 1851 - January 25th, 1914

Frank Avery Hutchins was an American educator and librarian. He was one of the founders of the Wisconsin Library Association and the Wisconsin Free Library Commission.

Frank B. Kellogg

December 22nd, 1856 - December 21st, 1937

Frank Billings Kellogg was an American lawyer, politician, and statesman who served in the U.S. Senate and as U.S. Secretary of State. He co-authored the Kellogg–Briand Pact, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1929.

Frank Bainimarama

born April 27th, 1954

Josaia Voreqe "Frank" Bainimarama is a Fijian politician and former naval officer who served as the prime minister of Fiji from 2007 until 2022. A member of the FijiFirst party, which he founded in 2014, he began his career as an officer in the Fijian navy and commander of the Fijian military. Despite being suspended from Parliament, he served as the opposition leader from 24 December 2022 until 8 March 2023, when he resigned and was replaced by Inia Seruiratu.

Frank Barson

born April 10th, 1891

Frank Barson was an English footballer from Grimesthorpe who played for several English football clubs including Barnsley, Manchester United, Aston Villa and Watford. He had a reputation for aggressive play, and is regarded as one of the "hard men" of English football.

Frank Bateson

died April 16th, 2007

Frank Maine Bateson was a New Zealand astronomer who specialised in the study of variable stars.

Frank Bertaina

April 14th, 1944 - March 3rd, 2010

Frank Louis Bertaina (April 14, 1944 – March 3, 2010) was an American pitcher in Major League Baseball who played from 1964 through 1970 for the Baltimore Orioles (1964–67, 1969), Washington Senators (1967–69), and St. Louis Cardinals (1970). Listed at 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m) tall and 177 pounds (80 kg), Bertaina batted and threw left-handed. Bertaina made his major league debut on August 1, 1964 against the Kansas City Athletics at Municipal Stadium. He started and gave up two earned runs in seven innings pitched, but did not receive a decision in the 5–2 Orioles victory.

Frank Bianchini

born May 27th, 1961

Frank Bianchini (born May 27, 1961) is a former American football running back who played one season for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). He also played in the Arena Football League (AFL) for the New England Steamrollers, Denver Dynamite, and Charlotte Rage.

Frank Blaichman

died December 27th, 2018

Frank Blaichman, also known as Ephraim Blaichman, occasionally spelled Frank Bleichman, and in Polish Franek or Franciszek Blajchman, was a Polish-Jewish leader of a communist armed organization during World War II and a Holocaust survivor. In post-war communist Poland, Blaichman was the head of the Prison and Camps Department at the Security Office in Kielce.

Frank Bonner

born February 28th, 1942

Frank Bonner was an American actor and television director widely known for his role as sales manager Herb Tarlek on the television sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati.

Frank Borman

born March 14th, 1928

Frank Frederick Borman II was an American United States Air Force (USAF) colonel, aeronautical engineer, NASA astronaut, test pilot, and businessman. He was the commander of Apollo 8, the first mission to fly around the Moon, and together with crewmates Jim Lovell and William Anders, became the first of 24 humans to do so, for which he was awarded the Congressional Space Medal of Honor.

Frank Borzage

born April 23rd, 1893

Frank Borzage was an American film director and actor. He was the first person to win the Academy Award for Best Director for his film 7th Heaven (1927) at the 1st Academy Awards.

Frank Bough

born January 15th, 1933

Francis Joseph Bough was an English television presenter. He was best known as the host of BBC sports and current affairs shows including Grandstand, Nationwide and Breakfast Time, which he launched alongside Selina Scott and Nick Ross.

Frank Bourne

died May 8th, 1945

Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Edward Bourne OBE DCM was a decorated British soldier who participated in the defence of Rorke's Drift during the 1879 Anglo-Zulu War.

Frank Bowe

born March 29th, 1947

Frank G. Bowe was a deaf American disability studies academic who served as the Dr. Mervin Livingston Schloss Distinguished Professor for the Study of Disabilities at Hofstra University. As a disability rights activist, author, and teacher, he accomplished a series of firsts for individuals with disabilities.

Frank Bridge

born February 26th, 1879

Frank Bridge was an English composer, violist and conductor.

Frank Broyles

born December 26th, 1924

John Franklin Broyles was an American college football player and coach, college athletics administrator, and broadcaster. He served as the head football coach for one season at the University of Missouri in 1957 and at the University of Arkansas from 1958 to 1976, compiling a career coaching record of 149–62–6. Broyles was also the athletic director at Arkansas from 1974 to 2007. His mark of 144–58–5 in 19 seasons at the helm of the Arkansas Razorbacks football gives him the most wins and the most coached games of any head coach in program history. With Arkansas, Broyles won seven Southwest Conference titles and his 1964 team was named a national champion by a number of selectors including the Football Writers Association of America.

Frank Brunner

born February 21st, 1949

Frank Brunner is an American comics artist and illustrator best known for his work at Marvel Comics in the 1970s.

Frank Buckles

February 1st, 1901 - February 27th, 2011

Frank Woodruff Buckles was a United States Army corporal and the last surviving American military veteran of World War I. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1917 aged 16 and served with a detachment from Fort Riley, driving ambulances and motorcycles near the front lines in Europe.

Frank Calder

died February 4th, 1943

Frank Sellick Calder was a British-born Canadian ice hockey executive, journalist, and athlete.

Frank Caliendo

born January 19th, 1974

Frank Caliendo Jr. is an American comedian, actor, and impressionist best known for his impersonations on the Fox Network television series MADtv as well as being the in-house prognosticator for Fox NFL Sunday. In 2007 and 2008, he performed impersonations on his own show, Frank TV, which aired on TBS.

Frank Carpin

born September 14th, 1938

Frank Dominic Carpin (born September 14, 1938) is an American former professional baseball pitcher, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Houston Astros. Before 1959 season, Carpin was signed by the New York Yankees as an amateur free agent. On November 30, 1964, he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates from the New York Yankees in the 1964 minor league draft. A year later, on November 29, 1965, he was drafted by the Houston Astros from the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1965 rule 5 draft.

Frank Carson

died February 22nd, 2012

Hugh Francis Carson KSG was a Northern Irish comedian and actor from Belfast. He was best known for being a regular face on television for many years from the 1970s onwards, appearing in series such as The Comedians and Tiswas. His trademark line was "It's the way I tell them!". Carson was a member of the entertainment charity the Grand Order of Water Rats.

Frank Catalanotto

born April 27th, 1974

Frank John Catalanotto is an American baseball coach and former infielder and left fielder, who is the current head baseball coach of the Hofstra Pride. Catalanotto played professional baseball for the Detroit Tigers (1997–1999), the Texas Rangers, the Toronto Blue Jays (2003–2006), the Milwaukee Brewers (2009) and the New York Mets (2010). In his career, Catalanotto played all infield and outfield positions except shortstop and center field. He then went on to be the head baseball coach of the NYIT Bears (2019–2020).

Frank Chamberlin

January 2nd, 1978 - November 17th, 2013

Frank Jacob Chamberlin (January 2, 1978 – November 17, 2013) was an American football linebacker. Chamberlin attended Mahwah High School, in Mahwah, New Jersey. He was a four-year letterman and two-year starter for Boston College who made 126 tackles as a senior, earning second-team All-Big East honors. He also won the team's Scanlan Award, the highest honor for a B.C. football player.

Frank Charles

born February 23rd, 1969

Franklin Scott Charles (born February 23, 1969) is a former professional baseball catcher. He played part of one season in Major League Baseball for the Houston Astros in 2000.

Frank Church

died April 7th, 1984

Frank Forrester Church III was an American politician and lawyer. A member of the Democratic Party, he served as a United States senator from Idaho from 1957 until his defeat in 1980. He was the longest serving Democratic senator from the state and the only Democrat from the state who served more than two terms in the Senate. He was a prominent figure in American foreign policy and established a reputation as a member of the party's liberal wing.

Frank Coggins

May 22nd, 1944 - October 30th, 1994

Franklin Coggins (May 22, 1944 – October 30, 1994) was an American professional baseball player. A switch-hitting native of Griffin, Georgia, who primarily played second base and shortstop, Coggins stood 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) tall, weighed 187 pounds (85 kg), and threw right-handed. He was traded along with Roy Foster and cash from the Milwaukee Brewers to the Cleveland Indians for Russ Snyder and Max Alvis during spring training on April 4, 1970. Coggins died at age 50 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Frank Coraci

born February 3rd, 1966

Frank Coraci is an American film director, actor and screenwriter best known for his work with actor Adam Sandler.
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