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Norwalk, CT

CITY

Official Website:
http://www.norwalkct.org/

Population:
82951 (2000 census)

County:
Fairfield County

SCHOOLS

SchoolFounded
Norwalk Community College
1961

AQUARIUM

AquariumFounded
Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
1986

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

CompanyFounded
Kayak
2004
Priceline
1997
EDGAR Online
1995
Applera
1937
Trans-Lux
1923
Arch Chemicals
 
EMCOR Group
 

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roger Bart
Actor
29-Sep-1962   Stepford Wives remake
Jesse Bradford
Actor
28-May-1979   Clockstoppers
D. J. Caruso
Film Director
17-Jan-1965   Disturbia
Anthony R. Dolan
Government
7-Jul-1948   President Reagan's chief speechwriter
Calvin Murphy
Basketball
9-May-1948   NBA hall of famer
Horace Silver
Jazz Musician
2-Sep-1928   Song For My Father
Bruce Weitz
Actor
27-May-1943   Sgt. Belker on Hill Street Blues

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dave Brubeck
Jazz Musician
6-Dec-1920 5-Dec-2012 Take Five
Louise Campbell
Actor
30-May-1911 5-Nov-1997 Bulldog Drummond Comes Back
Ruth Chatterton
Actor
24-Dec-1893 24-Nov-1961 Madame X
Peter De Vries
Novelist
27-Feb-1910 28-Sep-1993 The Tunnel of Love
Frances Dee
Actor
26-Nov-1907 6-Mar-2004 Finishing School
Christopher Glenn
Journalist
23-Mar-1938 17-Oct-2006 Longtime CBS radio correspondent
Eileen Heckart
Actor
29-Mar-1919 31-Dec-2001 Butterflies Are Free
Horace McMahon
Actor
17-May-1906 17-Aug-1971 Lt. Parker on Naked City
Harry Reasoner
Journalist
17-Apr-1923 6-Aug-1991 60 Minutes
Arthur K. Watson
Business
23-Apr-1919 26-Jul-1974 Past President of IBM World Corp.



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