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Reggie-Fils-Aime -  ABOUT Nintendo executive who became the company's President and COO in 2003. BEFORE FAME He worked in marketing for successful brands Guinness and Pizza Hut before starting at Nintendo. He worked in marketing for successful brands Guinness and Pizza Hut before starting at Nintendo. TRIVIA He gained internet fame for his comical E3 introduction in 2004. He gained internet fame for his comical E3 introduction in 2004. FAMILY LIFE He married his second wife, former co-worker Stacey Stanner, and had three children from his first marriage. He married his second wife, former co-worker Stacey Stanner, and had three children from his first marriage. ASSOCIATED WITH He was tasked with keeping the vision of Nintendo founder Fusajiro Yamauchi  alive. He was tasked with keeping the vision of Nintendo founder Fusajiro Yamauchi  alive. Reggie Fils-Aime Popularity   Reggie Fils-Aime Popularity   # 9779 Most Popular Person    # 31 Born on March 25    # 46 55 Year Old    # 5 Person Named Reggie    # 18 Born in Bronx, NY    # 13 Entrepreneur From New York    # 12 Aries Entrepreneur

ABOUT Nintendo executive who became the company's President and COO in 2003. BEFORE FAME He worked in marketing for successful brands Guinness and Pizza Hut before starting at Nintendo. He worked in marketing for successful brands Guinness and Pizza Hut before starting at Nintendo. TRIVIA He gained internet fame for his comical E3 introduction in 2004. He gained internet fame for his comical E3 introduction in 2004. FAMILY LIFE He married his second wife, former co-worker Stacey Stanner, and had three children from his first marriage. He married his second wife, former co-worker Stacey Stanner, and had three children from his first marriage. ASSOCIATED WITH He was tasked with keeping the vision of Nintendo founder Fusajiro Yamauchi alive. He was tasked with keeping the vision of Nintendo founder Fusajiro Yamauchi alive. Reggie Fils-Aime Popularity   Reggie Fils-Aime Popularity # 9779 Most Popular Person # 31 Born on March 25 # 46 55 Year Old # 5 Person Named Reggie # 18 Born in Bronx, NY # 13 Entrepreneur From New York # 12 Aries Entrepreneur .

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#47826 Robert-V-Barron
Robert-V-Barron - Tall, gaunt, rawboned character actor with deep voice, reminiscent of John Carradine. Formal education at Morris Harvey College in Charleston, West Virginia and as Theater Arts major at UCLA. Professional training at American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, and at Max Reinhardt Workshop in Los Angeles. Before attacking Hollywood, he spent several years working in regional theaters from one end of the US to the other, and had built an impressive resume of glowing reviews of his performances in such roles as Cyrano de Bergerac, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Sir Thomas More in A Man For All Seasons, Henry Drummond in Inherit The Wind, Richard III and the like, but he was never offered such lofty challenges in films or television. Still, he didnt languish, but instead relished every chance he was given to play for the camera, whether in a quality major studio production or the cheesiest of no-budget fly-by-night productions. When he wasnt acting, he uncovered his typewriter and cranked out teleplays and movie scripts. Perhaps his best-remembered television script was his first, a lighthearted comedy episode of the Bonanza (1959) series, titled Bonanza: Hoss and the Leprechauns (1963). As a writer, he drifted into adapting English-dubbing scripts of foreign films. American producers began buying successful Japanese animated series and dubbing them into English, and Barron was a pioneer in that industry, which grew rapidly and enormously. He became executive director and story editor for Saban Productions, which in the course of five years became one of the largest producers of childrens programming in the world, with such shows as X-Men (1992) and Power Rangers (1993).. Date of Birth,     26December 1932,Charleston, West Virginia, USA    ,Date of Death,       1December 2000,Salinas, California, USA    ,Height, 60½(1.84m)

Tall, gaunt, rawboned character actor with deep voice, reminiscent of John Carradine. Formal education at Morris Harvey College in Charleston, West Virginia and as Theater Arts major at UCLA. Professional training at American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, and at Max Reinhardt Workshop in Los Angeles. Before attacking Hollywood, he spent several years working in regional theaters from one end of the US to the other, and had built an impressive resume of glowing reviews of his performances in such roles as Cyrano de Bergerac, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Sir Thomas More in A Man For All Seasons, Henry Drummond in Inherit The Wind, Richard III and the like, but he was never offered such lofty challenges in films or television. Still, he didnt languish, but instead relished every chance he was given to play for the camera, whether in a quality major studio production or the cheesiest of no-budget fly-by-night productions. When he wasnt acting, he uncovered his typewriter and cranked out teleplays and movie scripts. Perhaps his best-remembered television script was his first, a lighthearted comedy episode of the Bonanza (1959) series, titled Bonanza: Hoss and the Leprechauns (1963). As a writer, he drifted into adapting English-dubbing scripts of foreign films. American producers began buying successful Japanese animated series and dubbing them into English, and Barron was a pioneer in that industry, which grew rapidly and enormously. He became executive director and story editor for Saban Productions, which in the course of five years became one of the largest producers of childrens programming in the world, with such shows as X-Men (1992) and Power Rangers (1993).. Date of Birth, 26December 1932,Charleston, West Virginia, USA ,Date of Death, 1December 2000,Salinas, California, USA ,Height, 60½(1.84m) .

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