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Franklin Graham

AKA William Franklin Graham III

Born: 14-Jul-1952
Birthplace: Asheville, NC

Gender: Male
Religion: Born-Again Christian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Religion, Relative

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Billy Graham's son

Heads the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, founded by his father, evangelist Billy Graham. Has made numerous public statements that Islam is "a very evil and wicked religion" and "a religion of hatred," denounced prosecution of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for that nation's genocide, stated that the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in 2011 might signal the second coming and Armageddon, maintains that the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated the Obama administration, and complimented Russian President Vladimir Putin on that country's effective illegalization of gayness.

Father: Billy Graham (televangelist)
Mother: Ruth McCue Bell Graham
Sister: Virginia Leftwich Graham Tchividjian ("GiGi", evangelist, b. 1945)
Sister: Anne Graham Lotz (evangelist, b. 1948)
Sister: Ruth Bell Graham McIntyre ("Bunny", Christian writer, b. 1950)
Brother: Nelson Edman Graham ("Ned", evangelist, b. 1958)
Wife: Jane Austin Cunningham (m. 14-Aug-1974)
Son: William Franklin Graham IV ("Will", evangelist, b. 1975)
Son: Roy Austin Graham (b. 1977)
Son: Edward Bell Graham (b. 1979)
Daughter: Jane Austin Graham ("Cissie", b. 1986)

    High School: North Carolina
    University: LeTourneau College (expelled)
    University: Montreat College
    University: BA Business, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

    Expelled from School
    Born-Again Christian 1974
    Time Magazine 25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    The Ride (15-Oct-1997) · Himself


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