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Emily Dunn (actress)

Emily Dunn (née Kennard; formerly Tyndall; born March 15, 1982) is an American actress and dancer from Salt Lake City, Utah, who made her acting debut in Napoleon Dynamite in 2004, under her maiden name Emily Kennard.
The youngest of six children, she began dancing at age three, drawing at age 4, singing and acting at age 8. When she was 15, she began competing International Standard and International Latin. At age 19, Emily earned a position on the Young Ambassadors, an international performing group for Brigham Young University (BYU). She traveled across the United States and also to Brazil and Argentina performing a show called Broadway Rhythm. She shot her feature film debut as Trisha in Napoleon Dynamite. At BYU, she attended acting classes with future co-star John Heder.

Thomas Cossitt

Thomas Charles Cossitt (November 15, 1927 – March 15, 1982) was a Canadian politician.
Born in Brockville, Ontario, the son of Edwin Comstock Cossitt and Marjorie Helen Delahaye, he graduated from St. Andrew’s College and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto. After graduating, he was the owner and president of an insurance company. He was president of the Eastern Ontario Liberal Federation and a vice-president of the Ontario Liberal Party. However, he switched to the Progressive Conservatives before being elected to the Canadian House of Commons in the 1972 election in the riding of Leeds. He was re-elected in 1974, 1979, and 1980, the last two elections in the riding of Leeds—Grenville.
Cossitt’s positions on bilingualism were a topic of discussion during the 1972 and 1974 elections. During the 1972 election, he took out newspaper advertisements with the tagline “I’m not anti-French, but…”. In the 1974 election, he was quoted in the Montreal Gazette as saying “Instant bilingualism is not only stupid and arrogant, it’s just plain nuts”. Cossitt stressed that while he supported both official languages, it was necessary to consider the financial burden of the Trudeau government’s new policies.
Cossitt, who had two previous heart attacks, died of a heart attack during a photo session at the annual directors’ meeting of the Leeds-Grenville Progressive Conservative Riding Association in 1982. His second wife, Jennifer Cossitt (née Birchall) was elected in the resulting by-election and re-elected in the 1984 election before being defeated in the 1988 election.

Lisa Marcos

Lisa Marcos (born March 15, 1982) is a Canadian actress and former model. She began her career as a model at the age of 14 years, but after 8 years as a model, she decided to pursue her passion for acting. She knocked on the door of a talent agent. Soon after her acting career began in 2002 with a guest role on Soul Food. She is best known as Charlie Marks in the television series The Listener.

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Jordan Hastings

Jordan “Ratbeard” Hastings (born March 15, 1982) is a Canadian musician born in Hamilton, Ontario but raised in Burlington, Ontario. He is best known as the drummer of Alexisonfire, having replaced their former drummer Jesse Ingelevics. Hastings was originally intended to be a temporary replacement, but then became a full member after two months, with his first album with the band being Crisis in 2006.
Hastings was previously the drummer for the Burlington-based bands Jersey, Chapter One, and Hoodrat, none of which are currently active. He is currently active as a member of Cunter.
In 2011, Hastings co-created, with Joel Carriere, the Dine Alone Records side project Dine Alone Foods. In mid-2012 he co-founded a cigar, tobacco and barber shop Burlington, Ontario, Village Cigar Company And Barbershop. He sold his share in 2013
Hastings is now drummer for the trio Say Yes who consists of guitarist/vocalist Adam Michael and bassist/vocalist Michael Zane and will release their debut self-titled EP August 19, 2014 with Dine Alone Records.
In January 2016, Hastings began filling in for Aaron Solowoniuk in the band Billy Talent, after Solowoniuk had a multiple sclerosis relapse. He recorded the drums for their latest album Afraid of Heights, released in July 2016. With Solowoniuk still unable to play after the albums release, Hastings then went on further with the band, playing the subsequent tour promoting the album.

Dave Steckel

David Steckel (born March 15, 1982) is an American professional ice hockey center who is currently playing for the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL). He has played in the National Hockey League for the Washington Capitals, the New Jersey Devils, Toronto Maple Leafs and Anaheim Ducks. He is known for his faceoff proficiency.

Edgell Rickword

John Edgell Rickword, MC (22 October 1898 – 15 March 1982) was an English poet, critic, journalist and literary editor. He became one of the leading communist intellectuals active in the 1930s.

Jared Aulin

Jared Aulin (born March 15, 1982) is a Canadian professional hockey centre who is currently playing with the newly relegated Rapperswil-Jona Lakers of the National League B (NLB). He was a second round selection of the Colorado Avalanche in the 2000 National Hockey League (NHL) Entry Draft and played 17 NHL games for the Los Angeles Kings.

Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich

Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich (born 15 March 1982) is a Kenyan athlete who specialises in long-distance running, competing in events ranging from 10 km to the marathon. He was the bronze medallist in the marathon at the 2012 Summer Olympics. He is the former world record holder in the marathon with a time of 2:03:23, which he set at the 2013 Berlin Marathon. He has run under 2 hours 5 minutes for the marathon on six separate occasions.
Kipsang is a two-time winner of the Frankfurt Marathon (2010 and 2011) and has also won the London and Berlin Marathons. He holds the twelfth best time over the half marathon distance (58:59 minutes). He won the 2014 London Marathon in a record time of 2 hours 4 minutes and 29 seconds.