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Jatin Lalit

Jatin Lalit are a music director duo of Bollywood. The duo consists of brothers, Jatin Pandit and Lalit Pandit. They started their music career in 1991. Their first breakthrough came a year later, when they composed the music for Jo Jeeta Wohi Si ...

Marian Jaworski

Marian Franciszek Jaworski was an Ukrainian-born Polish Cardinal Priest. He was Archbishop of Lviv of the Latins in the Roman Catholic Church from 1991 until 2008. He was born in Lviv, Ukraine. Jaworski died on 5 September 2020 in Krakow, aged 94.

Jean de La Fontaine

Jean de La Fontaine was the first of the French fabulist. He was one of the most widely read French poets of the 17th century. He is known for his fables. These provided a model for later fabulists across Europe. They were also an example for num ...

Jean Nicot

Jean Nicot, sieur de Villemain was a French nobleman, and diplomat. He was the French ambassador in Lisbon, from 1559 to 1561. He also negotiated the marriage of princess Margaret of Valois, who was five years old at the time, with prince Sebasti ...

Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg

Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg ruled Luxembourg from 1964 to 2000. He was the father of the current ruler, Grand Duke Henri. He was the son of Grand Duchess Charlotte and Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma.

Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Boy

Fedor Jeftichew, better known as Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Boy was a Russian sideshow performer. Like his father, Adrien, with whom he performed, Jo-Jo was afflicted with hypertrichosis, an abnormal growth of hair over the face and body. Jo-Jo was cove ...

Noor Jehan

Noor Jehan was the adopted stage name for Allah Wasai. She was a Pakistani singer and actress. She is renowned as one of the greatest singers of her time in the Indian subcontinent and was given the honorific title of Mallika-e-Tarranum. She achi ...

Roy Jenkins

Roy Harris Jenkins, Baron Jenkins of Hillhead, was a British Labour Party, SDP and Liberal Democrat politician, and biographer of British political leaders. Jenkins was elected to Parliament as a Labour MP in 1948. He served as Home Secretary fro ...

Jeong Gu

Jeong Gu was a Korean politician and philosopher, historian, writer, Confucian scholar and poet of the Joseon Dynasty. a penname was Hangang, Chinese style name was Dogah or Gabo.

Jeong In-ji

Jeong In-ji was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician, scholar, writer, historian. His nickname was Hakyeokjae. His son Jeong hyun-jo married Princess Uisuk, daughter of Joseon Dynasty 7th king Sejo of Joseon. Great granddaughter Grandlady Jeong, mo ...

Jeong Yak-yong

Jeong Yak-yong, also called Jeong Yag-yong, was a Korean philosopher in the Joseon Dynasty. He was also a thinker in the "Practical Learning". Jeong Yak-yong was also one of the earliest Korean Catholic people.

Jeong Do-jeon

Jeong Do-jeon - August 26, 1398) was a Korean Goryo Dynasty politician, educators and Joseon Dynasty politician, educator, writer, poet and thinker. First Prime minister of Joseon Dynastys 1392 to 1398. In 1398 he was murdered by Lee Bang-won. An ...

Anri Jergenia

Anri Mikhail-ipa Jergenia was an Abkhazian politician. From June 2001 to November 2002 he was the Prime Minister. He was a presidential candidate for the 2004 election. He was born in Leningrad, Russian SFSR. He was a member of the Amtsakhara. Je ...

Niels Kaj Jerne

Niels Kaj Jerne FRS was a Danish immunologist. Jerne won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Georges J. F. Kohler and Cesar Milstein in 1957. They won it "or theories concerning the specificity in development and control of the immune ...

Gregoria de Jesus

Gregoria de Jesus was a Philippine nationalist. She was the second wife of Andres Bonifacio, a Philippine nationalist. She founded Katipunan. She was the first vice president of the Philippine revolutionary government.

Jihad Ahmed Jibril

Mohammed Jihad Ahmed Jibril was the son of Ahmed Jibril, founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command. He was killed by a car bomb. He was assassinated on May 20, 2002. Jihad Ahmed Jibril was the leader of the mili ...

Mahmoud Jibril

Mahmoud Jibril el-Warfally was a Libyan politician. He served as the interim Prime Minister of Libya for seven and a half months as the executive board of the National Transitional Council from 5 March to 23 October 2011. He was also the Minister ...

Shrikant Jichkar

Shrikant Jichkar was an Indian politician and a member of the Indian Congress Party. Jichkar was born into a Marathi-Kunbi family of rich farmers in Aajangaon near Katol in Nagpur district, Maharashtra, India. He died after a car accident at Dham ...

Jihadi John

Mohammed Emwazi was a Kuwaiti-born British Arab terrorist. He moved to London in 1994. He was thought to be the person seen in several videos produced by the Islamic extremist group ISIL. The videos showed the beheadings of captives in 2014 and 2 ...

Jose Jimenez Lozano

Jose Jimenez Lozano was a Spanish writer. In 2002 he was awarded the Miguel de Cervantes Prize. He was born in Langa, Avila. Jimenez Lozano died on 9 March 2020 at the age of 89.

Sarah Jimenez

Sarah Jimenez Vernis was a Mexican artist. She known for her political graphic work in the mid 20th century, especially with the Taller de Grafica Popular. Her works would help her earn a membership in the Salon de la Plastica Mexicana. After her ...

Jo Sik

Jo Sik was a politician and Confucianist scholar of Korea. His nickname was Nammyung, rival of Twaegye Yi Hwang.

Johann Johannsson

Johann Johannsson was an Icelandic composer. He released solo albums from 2002, and composed music for theatre, dance, TV and movies. He was born in Reykjavik. Johannsson was known for his works on Denis Villeneuves Prisoners, Sicario, Arrival an ...

Goran Johansson

Bengt Goran Lennart Johansson was a Swedish politician. He was a member of the Swedish Social Democratic Party. He was for many years, he served as the chairman commissioner of the Gothenburg Municipality Executive Board. With a working class bac ...

Mats Johansson

Mats Erik Johansson was a Swedish journalist and politician. He was a member of the Moderate Party and served as a member of the Riksdag from 2006 to 2014. He was also a delegate in the Foreign Affairs Committee, The War Delegation.

Pope John I

Pope John I was the leader, pope of the early Christian community. Pope John the first, was born in Populonia, Tuscany Italy. He was the son of emperor Constantius. He became the pope on Marys Day, on 13 August 523. Its not certain if he died dir ...

Pope John XIX

Pope John XIX, born Romanus, was an Italian bishop of the Roman Catholic Church and the 145th Pope from 1024 to 1032.

Pope John VII

Pope John VII was pope of the Roman Catholic Church from 1 March 705 until 18 October 707 when he died. His father was Plato was a curator of the Palatine Hill. This makes him the first pope to be the son of a Byzantine official. He had bad relat ...

Pope John XV

Pope John XV was pope of the Roman Catholic Church from August 985 to his death in 996. He was born in Rome, Papal States and died in March 996 in Rome, Papal States, Holy Roman Empire. During his time as pope, there was a dispute that arose over ...

Michael Johns (singer)

Michael John Lee, better known by his stage name Michael Johns, was an Australian singer-songwriter. He was best known for finishing in eighth place on the seventh season of the U.S. television series, American Idol, in 2008. Johns was born in Pe ...

Anna Jokai

Anna Jokai was a Hungarian author, poet and teacher. She began her writing career in 1974 and, during the 1980s, she participated in the Hungarian liberation movement. Between 1990 and 1992, she was the chairperson of the Hungarian Writers Union.

Brian Jones

Lewis Brian Hopkin Jones was an English musician. He is best known as one of the founding members of the rock band The Rolling Stones. Jones was known for his ability to play multiple instruments including: guitar, harmonica, piano, organ, mellot ...

Davy Jones (musician)

David Thomas "Davy" Jones was an English singer and actor. He was born in Manchester, England. His father wanted him to be a jockey, but he wanted to be a performer. He appeared in the television programme, Coronation Street and in the London and ...

Grace Jones (supercentenarian)

Grace Adelaide Jones was a British supercentenarian, who at the age of 113 years, 342 days, was the oldest verified living person in the United Kingdom. She was the worlds sixth-oldest living person until her death in November 2013. Until her dea ...

Spencer P. Jones

Spencer Patrick Jones was a New Zealand-born Australian guitarist and singer-songwriter. He was born in Te Awamutu, New Zealand. Jones was known for his singles "The Worlds Got Everything in It" and "Whats Got into Him?" From 1976, he worked in A ...

Piet de Jong

Petrus Jozef Sietse "Piet" de Jong was a Dutch politician. He was for the Catholic Peoples Party now merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal.

Ben Jonson

Ben Jonson was a major poet and playwright in English Renaissance drama. Many critics consider Jonson to be among the best playwrights of his time, a time when William Shakespeare also lived. Jonson was classically educated. He was a well-read an ...

Herbert Joos

Herbert Joos was a German jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist and graphic designer. He made recordings solo and in groups. He worked with the Vienna Art Orchestra. In 2017, he received the Jazzpreis Baden-Wurttemberg for his lifes work. He played at fe ...

Flemming Jorgensen

Flemming "Bamse" Duun Jorgensen was a Danish pop singer and actor. He was the lead singer of the band Bamses Venner s Friends) and also released solo albums. As an actor he received a Robert Award for best male supporting actor in 1986 for the mo ...

Saint Joseph

Joseph is a figure in the Gospels, the husband of Mary, the mother of Jesus and the step father of Jesus. In Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Anglican Christian traditions, he is regarded as Saint Joseph.

Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein

Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein was the Prince of Liechtenstein from 1938 until his death. Franz Joseph was the son of Prince Aloys of Liechtenstein and Archduchess Elisabeth Amalie of Austria. He succeeded his great-uncle, Prince Franz ...

Joseph von Fraunhofer

Joseph Ritter von Fraunhofer was a German physicist. He was born in 1787 in a place called Bavaria. When he was 11 years old he had no father and no mother. Because of that, he had to work to survive. He worked making glass objects for a man call ...

Kailash Chandra Joshi

Kailsh Chandra Joshi was an Indian politician. He was a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. He was the 9th Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh from June 1977 to January 1978. He was a member of the Lok Sabha from 2004 to 2014, representing the Bho ...

Gerard Jouannest

Gerard Jouannest was a French pianist and composer. Jouannest began his career as a pianist in music halls. Jouannest composed more than 250 songs over the course of his life. For example, he composed songs for Jacques Brel like Ne Me Quitte Pas, ...

John Joubert

A music academic at the universities of Hull and Birmingham for 36 years, Joubert took early retirement in 1986 to concentrate on composing and has remained active into his 80s. Though perhaps his best known for his choral music, were the carols ...

Nicolaas Jouwe

Nicolaas Jouwe was a Papuan leader. He was elected Vice President of the New Guinea Council that governed the Dutch colony of Netherlands New Guinea. As the president of the New Guinea Council, Jouwe was the highest ranking Papuan politician in t ...

Tessa Jowell

Tessa Jane Helen Douglas Jowell, Baroness Jowell was an English Labour Party politician. Jowell was the Member of Parliament MP for Dulwich and West Norwood from 1992 to 2015. Her most senior position in Government was as Secretary of State for C ...

Ron Joyce

Ronald Vaughan Joyce, C.M. was a Canadian entrepreneur and billionaire. He co-founded the Tim Hortons doughnut chain as Tim Hortons partner. He helped create Tim Horton Childrens Camps and the Tim Horton Childrens Foundation. He was named a membe ...

Julia de Burgos

Julia de Burgos was a Puerto Rican poet. She was a Puerto Rican Nationalist. She advocated for civil rights for women, African Americans, and Afro-Caribbean people. Her honors include awards from the Institute of Puerto Rican Literature. She has ...

Santos Julia

Santos Julia Diaz was a Spanish historian and sociologist. He was born in Ferrol, Spain. He studied at the Complutense University of Madrid. He was professor emeritus of Social History and Political Thought at the Universidad Nacional de Educacio ...

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