He made a name for himself by singing "The Impossible Dream" on Broadway and by fencing small appliances in the garment district.

Richard Kiley
March 31, 1922
Died on
Friday, March 5th, 1999
Tuesday, April 28th, 1998
Richard Kiley
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This leader of the American civil rights movement of the 1960s, and onetime prime minister of the Black Panthers, left the United States for Africa in 1969, taking the name Kwame Ture. In the late '70s, he moved again and began calling himself Johnny Bravo. Finally, just before his death, he retired to a nursing home in Redondo Beach, and settled on the name Gidget.

(d) November 15th, 1998