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Funeral: Michael Jackson (2009)

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Funeral service for Michael Jackson, held 3 September 2009 at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, CA.

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Glendale, CA

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Barry Bonds
Baseball
24-Jul-1964   Holds all-time home run record
Macaulay Culkin
Actor
26-Aug-1980   Home Alone
Clifton Davis
Actor
4-Oct-1945   That's My Mama
Jackie Jackson
Musician
4-May-1951   Tallest of the Jackson Five
Janet Jackson
Singer
16-May-1966   What Have You Done For Me Lately?
Jermaine Jackson
Musician
11-Dec-1954   The Jackson Five
Joe Jackson
Relative
26-Jul-1929   Patriarch of the Jackson family
Katherine Jackson
Relative
4-May-1930   Matriarch of the Jackson family
La Toya Jackson
Singer
29-May-1956   Sister of Michael Jackson
Marlon Jackson
Musician
12-Mar-1957   The Jackson Five
Michael Jackson
Singer
29-Aug-1958 25-Jun-2009 King of Pop
Prince Michael II
Relative
21-Feb-2002   Dangled over a fourth-floor hotel balcony
Paris Jackson
Relative
3-Apr-1998   Daughter of Michael Jackson
Tito Jackson
Musician
15-Oct-1953   Jackson Five
Quincy Jones
Music Producer
14-Mar-1933   Musician, Composer, Producer
Gladys Knight
Singer
28-May-1944   Lords dominion over The Pips
Mila Kunis
Actor
14-Aug-1983   Jackie on That 70's Show
Kenny Ortega
Choreographer
18-Apr-1950   High School Musical
Lisa Marie Presley
Relative
1-Feb-1968   Daughter of Elvis Presley
Al Sharpton
Activist
3-Oct-1954   Minister, Presidential hopeful
Elizabeth Taylor
Actor
27-Feb-1932 23-Mar-2011 Cleopatra
Chris Tucker
Comic
31-Aug-1972   Rush Hour


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