List of people from Englewood, New Jersey

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The people that are listed below were born in, residents of, or otherwise closely associated with Englewood, New Jersey.

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  1. ^ Staff. "Phi Betes Vote", The Harvard Crimson, November 25, 1958. Accessed November 2, 2012. "Phi Beta Kappa elected the Senior Sixteen in its annual fall election last night. Chosen were Gordon P. Baker of Lowell House and Englewood, N.J."
  2. ^ Levin, Jay. "Dr. Carolyn Denning of Englewood, pioneer in cystic fibrosis treatment, dies at 88", The Record, January 13, 2016. Accessed December 9, 2016. "Dr. Carolyn Denning of Englewood, a leader since the 1950s in the treatment of cystic fibrosis and the founder of a major care and research center focused on the life-threatening genetic disease, died Sunday at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center."
  3. ^ "Josephine English, one of first black, female OB/GYNs, not stopping at 89", New York Daily News, June 23, 2010. Accessed February 27, 2018. "Josephine English, who turns 90 this year, didn't set out to be a trail-blazing doctor or businesswoman. It just worked out that way.Raised in Englewood, N.J., English graduated from Hunter College, earned her medical degree in 1949, and became one of the first black, female OB/GYN doctors in New York."
  4. ^ "Foster R. Dulles, Historian, Dies", The New York Times, September 12, 1970. Accessed March 20, 2020. "He was born in Englewood, N. J., Jan. 24, 1900, and attended the Hill School in Pottstown, Pa., graduated from Princeton in 1921 and received a Ph.D. degree from Columbia in 1940."
  5. ^ Savage, Lauren. "A Doctor's Living Legacy", Columbia Magazine, Spring / Summer 2105. Accessed June 14, 2020. "In 1968, as Polk and her husband were raising their two children in Englewood, she was promoted to director of pediatric ambulatory care. "
  6. ^ Elliott, Ann Brimacombe. Charming the Bones: A Portrait of Margaret Matthew Colbert, p. 80. Kent State University Press, 2000. ISBN 0-87338-648-5. Accessed July 22, 2011. "The McKennas were not strictly Leonians. They lived in the next town, Englewood. Malcolm McKenna was a colleague of Ned's, a paleontologist at the American Museum. His wife, Priscilla, played the harpsichord professionally in New York and some years later became mayor of Englewood."
  7. ^ via The New York Times. "Dr. Robert Mills, 72, Contributed to Study Of Subatomic Particles", South Florida Sun-Sentinel, October 31, 1999. Accessed November 2, 2012. "Dr. Mills, who lived in Columbus, was born on April 15, 1927, in Englewood, N.J."
  8. ^ Levin, Jay. "Eli Sagan, 87, proud Nixon 'enemy'", The Record, January 9, 2015. Accessed January 18, 2015. "Mr. Sagan and his wife, Frimi, who taught English at Dwight-Englewood School, lived in Englewood for 55 years. They moved to Dedham, Mass., in 2011."
  9. ^ Speer Family papers, University of Pennsylvania. Accessed November 3, 2020. "Margaret Bailey Speer (1900-1997) was also born in Englewood, the second child of Robert Elliott and Emma Bailey Speer."
  10. ^ Levin, Jay. "Pioneering geneticist Dorothy Warburton of Englewood dies at 80", The Record, May 4, 2016. Accessed June 10, 2016. "Dorothy Warburton, whose groundbreaking scientific research focused on fetal chromosomal abnormalities and shed light on the reasons for miscarriage, died April 26 at her Englewood home."
  11. ^ Dunlap, Charles W. "Charles W. Bailey, Journalist and Political Novelist, Dies at 82", The New York Times, January 4, 2012. Accessed December 5, 2013. Charles W. Bailey, who edited The Minneapolis Tribune for most of the 1970s, when it was among the most polished of the nation's midsize daily newspapers, after earlier winning renown as a co-author of the best-selling cold war novel "Seven Days in May," died on Tuesday in Englewood, N.J.... Mr. Bailey died at the Lillian Booth Actors Home."
  12. ^ Reading Guide for Paradise Alley, HarperCollins. Accessed February 14, 2012. "About the Author: Kevin Baker was born in 1958 in Englewood, New Jersey, but grew up mainly in Rockport, Massachusetts."
  13. ^ Fox, Margalit. "Claudia Cohen, 56, Socialite And a Reporter of Gossi", The New York Times, June 16, 2007. Accessed August 12, 2018. "Claudia Lynn Cohen was born on Dec. 16, 1950, in Englewood, N.J."
  14. ^ Biography, Accessed August 12, 2015. "Brian was born in Englewood Hospital in Englewood, New Jersey on Dec. 22, 1947."
  15. ^ Levin, Jay. "Anna Dewdney, children's author, illustrator of Llama Llama stories, dies at 50", The Record, September 7, 2016. Accessed September 7, 2016. "That's doubly appropriate: The charming picture book deals with a little llama's separation anxiety on the first day of preschool. And Dewdney grew up in Englewood."
  16. ^ Levithan, Robert. "MLK, Selma, Marriage Equality, You and Me", Huffington Post, January 20, 2015. Accessed August 27, 2018. "Dr. Martin Luther King was only 39 when he was murdered in 1968. I remember that day clearly. I was a Junior at Dwight Morrow High School in Englewood, New Jersey and I was amongst about ten students who were summoned to the vice principal’s office to discuss how to ‘not have an eruption of violence’ in our school.... Englewood was an unusual place to grow up in the fifties and sixties."
  17. ^ a b "New Outlook", Time, August 29, 1932. Accessed May 21, 2007. "For nine days last fortnight a 'birth watch' of newshawks and cameramen camped outside the gates of the Morrow estate at Englewood, N. J., waiting to flash the news of the advent of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's second child."
  18. ^ a b Young, Elise. "Lindbergh Left Legacy As Famous Wife, Writer", News & Record, February 8, 2001, updated January 25, 2015. Accessed December 17, 2020. "Shortly before she married aviator Col. Charles A. Lindbergh in a secret ceremony at her parents' estate, Next Day Hill, on Lydecker Street in Englewood, N.J., in May 1929, Anne Morrow's personal writings chillingly foretold of tragedy and heartache to come.... The couple lived with her parents at the Englewood estate, but even the privacy of the compound offered little peace."
  19. ^ Grimes, William. "James Lord, Biographer and Memoirist, Is Dead at 86", The New York Times, August 27, 2009. Accessed November 2, 2012. "Mr. Lord was born and reared in Englewood, N.J. His father was a stockbroker, and until the Wall Street crash the family lived, as Mr. Lord put it, in 'the lower echelons of the upper classes.'"
  20. ^ "Conversation with Sue Macy", Massachusetts Jewish Ledger, September 18, 2019. Accessed May 24, 2020. "Sue Macy, a former editor for Scholastic and the acclaimed author of many books for young readers, lives in Englewood, N.J."
  21. ^ Gussow, Mel. "William Marchant, 72, 'Desk Set' Playwright", The New York Times, December 20, 1995. Accessed August 12, 2018. "Mr. Marchant had been a resident of the Actors Fund of America Nursing and Retirement Home in Englewood, N.J., before moving to the hospital last year. Before that, he lived in Stanton, N.J., in a house owned by the actress Dorothy Stickney, said Kenneth Stadnik, a neighbor."
  22. ^ Staff. "Bergen Celebrity Signing: Former Record columnist Ian O'Connor will sign his new book The Captain: The Journey of Derek Jeter",, April 24, 2011. Accessed November 5, 2013. "Ian O'Connor, Englewood native and current River Vale resident, will be signing his new book "The Captain" and speaking about the Yankee icon's career at Bookends in Ridgewood on May 19 at 7:30 pm"
  23. ^ Brown, Peggy Ann. "Not Your Usual Boardinghouse Types: Upton Sinclair's Helicon Home Colony, 1906–1907" Archived March 26, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, Department of American Studies, George Washington University, May 1993. Accessed June 29, 2011. "For five months more than seventy-five men, women, and children made Helicon their home for varying lengths of time. Their efforts received wide press coverage and attracted the attention of William James and John Dewey in addition to numerous curiosity-seekers. On March 16, 1907 a fire destroyed the main building, and the colony disbanded."
  24. ^ Stout, David. (published posthumously) "Exclusive Excerpt The Kidnap Years: The Astonishing True History of the Forgotten Kidnapping Epidemic That Shook Depression-Era America", The Strand Magazine, April 10, 2020. Accessed December 17, 2020. "I lived in Englewood, New Jersey, from 1977 to 1987. My house was near a school that was once the mansion of Dwight Morrow, the banker, U.S. senator, and one-time ambassador to Mexico who was Charles Lindbergh’s father-in-law. My backyard abutted Brookside Cemetery."
  25. ^ Russeth, Andrew. "The Storyteller: At 85, Her Star Still Rising, Faith Ringgold Looks Back on Her Life in Art, Activism, and Education", Artnews, March 1, 2016. Accessed February 6, 2017. "The artist's second husband, Burdette Ringgold (everyone calls him Birdie), went along too, carrying her paintings, as he always did. 'We never showed [galleries] books or slides,' Ringgold told me one morning in her studio at her home in Englewood, New Jersey."
  26. ^ via Associated Press. "Glenn Anders", Toledo Blade, October 27, 1981. Accessed December 5, 2013. "Englewood, NJ – Glenn Anders, an actor on the Broadway stage who appeared in nearly 50 plays during his 40-year career, died Monday at age 92."
  27. ^ Coutros, Evonne. "Englewood Native Strikes Out On Own", The Record, July 20, 1994. Accessed November 25, 2007.
  28. ^ Nash, Margo. "Jersey Footlights", The New York Times, November 3, 2002. Accessed September 11, 2017. "When Julia Barr began playing Brooke English on ABC's All My Children in 1976, her character was a spoiled rich teenager.... Ms. Barr, meanwhile, received three Emmy Awards, married Richard Hirschlag, an oral surgeon in Englewood, and raised a daughter, Allison, who attended the Dwight Englewood School and plays Lizzie Spaulding on CBS's Guiding Light."
  29. ^ Staff. "Valley Girl: Soap opera star Julia Barr finds peace in Englewood", The Record, November 14, 2016. Accessed September 11, 2017.
  30. ^ Stainsen, Laura Adams. "Shakira Barrera fights her way onto the hit Netflix show Glow", The Record, August 8, 2018. Accessed August 12, 2019. "Raised in Englewood, Barrera attended St. John The Evangelist School in Leonia and Bergen County Academies in Hackensack, where she studied theater."
  31. ^ Boyle, Hal. "Block, King of the Disk Jockeys", The Milwaukee Journal, October 26, 1949. accessed December 5, 2013. "He lives quietly in Englewood, N. J., and spends his spare time tinkering with his fancy Jaguar or working on his own ham radio station."
  32. ^ a b Hyman, Vicki. "The View from Jersey still in the works, according to Karen Duffy", The Star-Ledger, February 8, 2008. Accessed July 4, 2008. "The show would feature a rotating cast, among them Elizabeth Bracco, a "Sopranos" castmate and sister of Lorraine, who until recently lived with husband Aidan Quinn in Englewood."
  33. ^ Green, Robin. "Naked Lunch Box: The David Cassidy story", Rolling Stone, May 11, 1972. Accessed May 13, 2007. "David Bruce Cassidy was born on April 12th, 1950 in Englewood, New Jersey. He moved to Hollywood with his mother after his parents, Broadway actors Evelyn Ward and Jack Cassidy, were divorced when he was five."
  34. ^ David X. Cohen, Comedy Central. Accessed June 18, 2010. "Originally from Englewood, NJ, Cohen now resides in Los Angeles, CA."
  35. ^ Peter Coyote Bio Archived September 6, 2008, at the Wayback Machine, Jack. Accessed November 25, 2007. "At fourteen he was a campaign worker in the Adlai Stevenson presidential campaign in his home town of Englewood, New Jersey."
  36. ^ Vince Curatola as Kohnny "Sack" Sacramoni, The Sopranos. Accessed December 15, 2007. "He was born and raised in Englewood, New Jersey, as a child his paper route customers included several actors and entertainers who influenced his love for the arts."
  37. ^ Bernstein, Adam. "Actor John Fiedler Dies; Was Piglet's Voice in 'Pooh' Films", The Washington Post, June 28, 2005. Accessed December 15, 2007. "John Fiedler, 80, a stage, film and television actor who excelled at meek or nervous roles and was personally chosen by Walt Disney to play the voice of Piglet in Winnie the Pooh films, died June 25 at the Lillian Booth Actors' Home in Englewood, N.J."
  38. ^ Schwartz, Tony. "Forever Young", New York, September 5, 1983, pp. 22–31. "He met Lucy Fisher in 1969. She was a sophomore at Radcliffe, and Peter had just graduated. Lucy grew up in Englewood, New Jersey, the oldest of three children in a family Peter described as 'aristocracy'."
  39. ^ a b Alexander, Rodi. "Genie Francis Returns To The Tube in 'The Note'" Archived July 22, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, Hampton Independents, November 28, 2007. "Genie's first break into show business came about when her father Ivor (who was a renowned stage actor) decided he wanted to be a film actor. He packed up the family, left Englewood, N.J. and headed to California."
  40. ^ Musto, Michael, "Frankie Grande, Ariana Grande’s Half Brother, Stars in Rock of Ages", The New York Times, November 12, 2014. Accessed June 27, 2019. "Frankie James Grande was born in New York and grew up in Englewood, N.J., and Boca Raton, Fla. (where Ariana was born in 1993)."
  41. ^ Hernandez, Ernio. "'s Cue & A: Zach Grenier" Archived October 16, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, Playbill, February 18, 2009. Accessed June 18, 2010. "I was born in Englewood, New Jersey, although my family moved four months later. Child of an electrical engineer, I moved once every year or so in the first 14 years of my life. I'd have to say that my hometown is Ann Arbor, though, which is where I went to high school."
  42. ^ Zayas, Javier. "'Wakko Yaks: A Conversation with Jess Harnell' by Javier Zayas", Fulle Circle Magazine, April 17, 2015. Accessed June 17, 2015. "Javier Zayas: So you were born in Teaneck, New Jersey? Jess Harnell: Actually it was Englewood Hospital, but right near Teaneck and that's where I lived so we'll stick with that."
  43. ^ Lowe, Denise. An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Women in Early American Films: 1895–1930, p. 1947. Routledge, 2014. ISBN 9781317718963. Accessed June 15, 2015. "Johnstone, Justine (1895 Englewood, NJ – 1982 Santa Monica, CA)"
  44. ^ Markos, Kibret. "Judge sends Bergen County, N.J., contractor to jail.", The Record, October 16, 2004. Accessed May 13, 2007. "Robert Miller and Sara Lee Kessler hired a contractor in July 2002 to renovate their kitchen at their Englewood home."
  45. ^ Zillow. "Report: Alicia Keys Buys Englewood Estate From Eddie Murphy", October 16, 2004. Accessed December 6, 2012.
  46. ^ Diamond, Jamie. "Up And Coming: Tea Leoni; Playing Golf, Wearing Pearls, Taking Pratfalls", The New York Times, April 21, 1996. Accessed November 30, 2014. "The only daughter of a corporate lawyer father and a nutritionist mother, Ms. Leoni grew up in Englewood, N.J., and New York and attended the Brearley School in New York and the Putney School in Vermont."
  47. ^ Condran, Ed. "Richard Lewis: All Grown Up", New Jersey Monthly, October 20, 2015. Accessed October 2, 2017. "Richard Lewis came of age in Englewood, but the veteran comic insists he wasn’t raised in New Jersey. Rather, he quips, 'I was lowered in New Jersey.' Still, the 68-year-old actor/comedian, a 1965 graduate of Dwight Morrow High School, has a soft spot for the town of his youth."
  48. ^ White, Liz. "He's With the Program: Bruce McKenna, Englewood native" Archived November 19, 2010, at the Wayback Machine, (201) magazine, January 2008, p. 54. Accessed June 29, 2011. "The standard he sets for himself in Hollywood took root in Englewood. A Dwight-Englewood alum, class of 1980, McKenna left a lasting impression on faculty there."
  49. ^ a b c James, George. "Worth Noting; Eddie Murphy Is Trading Places", The New York Times, January 16, 2005. Accessed August 12, 2018. "The neighborhood is Englewood's tony East Hill, which over the years has been home to staid Wall Street financiers and flashy show business personalities, from the actress Gloria Swanson to the soul belter Wilson Pickett and the rapper Lil' Kim."
  50. ^ Boone, Roderick. "Marist rookie was on 'Sesame Street'", Poughkeepsie Journal, February 18, 2004. Accessed February 17, 2011. "But for Miles Orman, who hails from Englewood N.J. and went to Bergen Catholic High School, the thing he enjoyed most was going to work with his father every day."
  51. ^ Staff. "'Gordon' visits hospital ward", Toledo Blade, June 27, 1990. Accessed February 17, 2011. "Kim Burkholder Archbold, and her children Ryane, 3, and Michael, 7, share a laugh with a character from Sesame Street as Roscoe Orman, of Englewood, N.J., who plays Gordon on the popular children's television show, makes a visit to the pediatric ward at Toledo Hospital."
  52. ^ Parisi, Albert J. "New Jersey Q & A: Charles Osgood; A New Face at CBS 'Sunday Morning'", The New York Times, April 24, 1994. Accessed August 12, 2018. "Charles Osgood will be saying a lot more than that in his new, high-visibility television assignment, one he says fills him with pride, joy, and a bit of anxiety about long hours at work and responsibilities at home in Englewood."
  53. ^ Ferguson, Fred. "Young Comics Compete For Laughs – And Fame", Reading Eagle, December 21, 1980. Accessed February 14, 2012. "Overton, 26, from Englewood, N.J., does Darth vade from Star Wars."
  54. ^ via United Press International. "Betsy Palmer – She's Also An Actress", The Montreal Gazette, December 18, 1967. Accessed February 17, 2011. "Betsy is married to Dr. Vincent J. Merendino, an obstetrician-gynecologist whose Manhattan practice gives them both odd commuting hours to their home in nearby Englewood, N.J."
  55. ^ Klein, Alvin. "Actress, 18, Has Some Regrets", The New York Times, October 30, 1983. Accessed February 14, 2012. "Before attending Hollywood High School, she was a student at Dwight Morrow High School in Englewood.... After living for a while on Roosevelt Island, between Manhattan and Queens, Mr. and Mrs. Forste bought a house in Englewood."
  56. ^ Chollet, Laurence. "The More Moes The Merrier, He Says", The Record, April 8, 1992. Accessed September 9, 2008.
  57. ^ Rosenblatt, Gary. "Joining 'Gangs' to Work With the Best: Executive producer Rick Schwartz savors a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work with Martin Scorsese and others.", The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, January 2, 2003. Accessed October 22, 2011. "When the now-legendary film director Martin Scorsese first discovered Herbert Asbury's book, Gangs of New York, in 1970 and decided to make it into a film, Rick Schwartz was a 2-year-old growing up in a modern Orthodox home in Teaneck, N.J.... During several recent interviews, Schwartz, 34, who now lives in Englewood, N.J., spoke about the 'incredible opportunity' of spending much of the last three years working closely with Scorsese and actors like Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis and Cameron Diaz on the film, an almost three-hour depiction of the brutal and bruising life in Lower Manhattan during the Civil War period, little explored in American movies."
  58. ^ Staff. "Sharpton to run for U.S. Senate", The Pittsburgh Press, January 21, 1992. Accessed February 17, 2011. "Sharpton, who lives with his wife and two daughters in Englewood, N.J., and also shares an apartment in Brooklyn with a friend, said his legal residence was New York."
  59. ^ Lewis, Dan. "Dick Shawn: Mixed-Media Man", The Baltimore Sun, November 28, 1971. Accessed February 17, 2011. "Dick Shawn left the comforts of his 14-room home in Englewood, NJ, one recent Sunday and flew to Hollywood to start work on a movie for television."
  60. ^ Nieves, Evelyn. "It Takes a Lot More Than a Mall to Make a Real Jersey Girl", The New York Times, November 17, 1996. Accessed February 14, 2012. "Jersey girls will often stay in Jersey even after they've made it big, like Whitney Houston, who'd rather buy half of Mendham Township than quit the state, or Brooke Shields, who commutes to work from Englewood."
  61. ^ Lynn, Kathleen. "Looking to trade up? $39M sought for Englewood estate", The Record, March 18, 2013. Accessed January 3, 2015. "Looking to trade up? If you've got $39 million, you might take a gander at Gloria Crest, a 1926 Italianate castle on Englewood's East Hill, which was once occupied by the movie star Gloria Swanson."
  62. ^ Sweathog Heartthrob, Time, July 26, 1976. "The urge to perform runs in the Travolta family. John's mother, Helen Burke, an actress in Englewood, N.J., urged all her six children to take part in local theater."
  63. ^ Passow, Sam. "Forward Direction: Abi Varghese", The Record, April 4, 2017. Accessed May 16, 2017. "'We always thought the Indian community was not represented in the comedy platform, especially the Indian diaspora who are from abroad,' says Varghese, a Norwood resident who grew up in Englewood after his family immigrated here when he was a kid."
  64. ^ Attrino, Anthony G. "28 celebrities who were born in Bergen County", NJ Advance Media for, November 5, 2016, updated May 16, 2019. Accessed May 26, 2020. "Born Harold Thomas Wright in Englewood on Nov. 29, Tom Wright is known for his work on Broadway, in 2002's Barbershop and the TV series Seinfeld, where he played Mr. Morgan, Yankees co-worker of character George Costanza."
  65. ^ Bryant, Scott Poulsen. "Regina: a showstopper with star power – singer Regina Belle – Cover Story" Archived February 23, 2006, at the Wayback Machine, Essence August 1993. "It was during her formative years in Englewood, New Jersey, that Belle developed her commitments to family and music."
  66. ^ Lustig, Jay. "Ronettes singer Estelle Bennett dies at age 67", The Star-Ledger, February 12, 2009. Accessed December 5, 2013. "She sang on '60s rock hits like 'Be My Baby,' 'Baby, I Love You' and 'Walking in the Rain,' and toured with groups like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. But fame was fleeting for Estelle Bennett of The Ronettes.... Police found Bennett dead Wednesday, at her Englewood apartment."
  67. ^ Woliver, Robbie. "Music; Bennett Stepping Out With Studio And Dropping in for a Performance", The New York Times, August 27, 2000. Accessed August 12, 2018. "Tony Bennett certainly lives the good life. And he is about to share some of his sweet fortune with his former hometown of Englewood.... Mr. Bennett lived in Englewood from 1957 to 1971, and Dae Bennett operates a successful recording studio there."
  68. ^ "The State of Jazz: Meet 40 More Jersey Greats", The Star-Ledger, September 28, 2003, backed up by the Internet Archive as of September 27, 2008. Accessed September 15, 2017. "George Benson -- A longtime resident of Englewood, Benson is a superb jazz guitarist who has found fame as a pop vocalist."
  69. ^ John Bergamo Bio Accessed May 14, 2009.
  70. ^ Proctor, Owen. "Author explores folk music roots in NJ", The Record, April 20, 2017. Accessed September 15, 2017. "New Jersey’s role in what is recognized as folk’s roots goes back to the early 1900s, when St. Louis native William Foden moved to Englewood. He was a guitar virtuoso, noted Gabriele."
  71. ^ Dyer, Richard. "Who Is the World's Best Organist? Ask Virgil Fox; Who Is the World's Best Organist?", The New York Times, September 29, 1974. Accessed August 12, 2018. "Virgil Fox lives on the scale you would expect in a 26-room mansion in Englewood, N.J., a half-hour from Manhattan."
  72. ^ Starita, Angela. "On The Map; A Medical Haven for Indigent Jazz Musicians", The New York Times, October 10, 1999. Accessed September 15, 2017. "John Birks (Dizzy) Gillespie, the trumpeter, lived in Englewood from 1964 until his death in 1993."
  73. ^ "Ex-rocker Turns 'He-Man' in Live Fantasy Show", The Star-Ledger, February 11, 1987. "Musician and Actor Doug Howard, who calls Englewood home..."
  74. ^ a b Wilner, Paul. "Isley Brothers: A Family Affair", The New York Times, March 13, 1977. Accessed May 1, 2008. "WHEN Sallye Isley moved her brood of children from Cincinnati to Englewood in the summer of 1959, she was participating in a show-business phenomenon."
  75. ^ "Quick News on Serius Jones, Capone and Rawkus Records" Archived October 4, 2007, at the Wayback Machine, XXL May 9, 2007. Accessed May 13, 2007. "Englewood, NJ native, Serius Jones, is preparing for a big year with the release of his DTP debut album, Life is Serius."
  76. ^ Kenney, Kevin. "Swan Song premature for Kitty Kallen", The Record, April 20, 1991. Accessed May 13, 2007. "During a career of singing with Jimmy Dorsey, Harry James, and other stars from the big-band era, silky-voiced Kitty Kallen of Englewood got used to reading her reviews."
  77. ^ Matthews, Adam. "And Then What" Archived April 14, 2009, at the Wayback Machine, XXL, July 2005. Accessed May 13, 2007. "Kim sped off in a limo. But police paid a visit to her home in Englewood, N.J., the next day and soon arrested her associate Suif "C Gutta" Jackson and her former manager and housemate, Damion "D. Roc" Butler."
  78. ^ Griffith, Janelle. "N.J. record exec stricken with Parkinson's organizes benefit featuring Norah Jones", NJ Advance Media for, August 22, 2014. Accessed November 13, 2017. "Born in Englewood in 1935, Bruce Lundvall gained an appreciation for jazz music early in life."
  79. ^ Stephen Marcellus, The Voice. Accessed April 7, 2021. "From: Englewood, New Jersey; Current City: Englewood, New Jersey"
  80. ^ La Gorce, Tammy. "Success Stories In New Jersey Rock: The Un-Springsteen", The New York Times, November 16, 2003. Accessed August 12, 2018. "All of which is fine by Ms. O, 24, an Englewood native who still lives in Bergen County but declined to say where."
  81. ^ Jaeger, Barbara. "Rebuilding A Foundation", The Record, May 22, 1994. Accessed October 20, 2007. "Veteran songwriter, record producer, and music publisher Clyde Otis of Englewood, whose song Take a Look won a Grammy this year for best jazz vocal performance by Natalie Cole, has announced the reactivation of the Take a Look Foundation."
  82. ^ Dullea, Georgia. "Ebony and Ivory: 1 Keyboard, 2 Good Hands", The New York Times, September 28, 1987. Accessed August 12, 2018. "Mrs. Patrick, who lives in Englewood, had dropped by to rehearse with her."
  83. ^ Daly, Steven. "Hip-Hop Happens; Released in 1979, the single "Rapper's Delight" launched hip-hop as a multi-billion-dollar phenomenon.", Vanity Fair, , November 1, 2005. Accessed July 4, 2008. "One evening in late June 1979, she found herself attending a party in Manhattan, 30 minutes from her home in Englewood, New Jersey, at an uptown club named Harlem World. Sylvia Robinson is now retired from the music game, but she will never forget the sights and sounds that assailed her senses when she took her seat in the club's balcony."
  84. ^ Palmer, Robert. "Slam Stewart, 73, a Jazz Bassist Known for Singing With His Solos", The New York Times, December 1, 1987. Accessed November 25, 2017. "Mr. Stewart, whose real name was Leroy, was born in Englewood, N.J. on Sept. 21, 1914."
  85. ^ Staff. "Writing cred for 'Rapper’s Delight' sparks grudge", New York Post, January 26, 2014. Accessed December 9, 2016. "Thirty-five years ago, the Sugar Hill Gang from Englewood, NJ, burst onto the scene with 'Rapper's Delight' and introduced the world to the Bronx-born music known as hip-hop. It was the first of its kind to break the Billboard Top 40 and sold more than 5 million copies."
  86. ^ Fields, Joe. "Ozzie Cadena: (9/26/1924 – 4/9/2008)" Archived February 29, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, JazzTimes, March 2009. Accessed July 31, 2009.
  87. ^ Morley, Hugh R. "Englewood Rocker Leslie West Sues Ex-Eagle Over Canceled Gigs", The Record, August 26, 1997. Accessed May 11, 2009.
  88. ^ Miller, Jen A. "Best Days For A Debut Jersey Artist", New Jersey Monthly, December 19, 2007. Accessed May 11, 2009. "When Englewood native Matt White was five years old, he met Bruce Springsteen in a diner."
  89. ^ Blackstreet, Accessed June 7, 2007. "Blackstreet est un groupe américain de heavy-r'n'b et de hip-hop-soul fondé en 1992 à New York par Teddy Riley (chant, né le 08/10/1967 à Harlem, ex-Guy), Mark Middleton (chant, né un 4 juin à Brooklyn), Chauncey "Black" Hannibal (chant, né un 24 novembre à Patterson) et Eric Williams (chant, né un 6 janvier à Englewood)."
  90. ^ James, Meg. "Viacom CEO Bob Bakish pushes turnaround plan for Paramount and MTV: 'I look under the hood'". Los Angeles Times. February 9, 2017.
  91. ^ Tausner, Liz. "Viacom CEO Robert Bakish '81 To Keynote Commencement". Dwight-Englewood School. June 1, 2011.
  92. ^ "Robert M. Bakish: Dwight-Englewood School 1981 – Honored 2011". Dwight-Englewood School. Retrieved September 12, 2018.
  93. ^ "Distinguished Alumni Award Honorees". Dwight-Englewood School. Retrieved September 12, 2018.
  94. ^ Secher, Benjamin. "Extraordinary Measures – John Crowley interview: When John Crowley learnt that two of his children had a rare, terminal disease, rather than accept the apparently inevitable he embarked on a race against time to discover a cure. Now his extraordinary story has been made into a film.", The Daily Telegraph, February 25, 2010. Accessed February 17, 2011. "John Crowley was born into a close-knit Irish Catholic family in Englewood, New Jersey, in 1967. Shortly before his eighth birthday his father, a policeman, died on duty after a faulty exhaust pipe caused his patrol car to fill with carbon monoxide."
  95. ^ via United Press International. "Victor Farris, 75; Invented Paper Milk Carton", Chicago Tribune, March 10, 1985. Accessed June 15, 2015. "Mr. Farris was born in Buffalo and was a resident of Tenafly and Englewood, N.J., before he retired to Palm Beach 20 years ago."
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  118. ^ Brooke, James. "Rev. Walter Taylor, Ex-Mayor In Jersey Led Drive For Rights", The New York Times, June 18, 1984. Accessed June 29, 2011. "The Rev. Walter Scott Taylor, a civil- rights leader and the first black mayor of Englewood, N.J., died of cancer Saturday at Englewood Hospital. He was 67 years old."
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  120. ^ Saxon, Wolfgang. "Alexander Trowbridge, 76, Ex-Secretary of Commerce, Dies", The New York Times, April 28, 2006. Accessed October 17, 2015. "Alexander Buel Trowbridge, known as Sandy, was born in Englewood, N.J., the son of an academic and grandson of an architect, both his namesakes."
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  128. ^ via Associated Press. "Columbus Crew hire Gregg Berhalter as coach", Sports Illustrated, November 6, 2013. Accessed December 5, 2013. "The Columbus Crew hired former U.S. men's national team and Major League Soccer player Gregg Berhalter as their seventh head coach.The Englewood, N.J., native replaces interim coach Brian Bliss, who took over during the recently completed Crew season for the fired Robert Warzycha, who had led the team the past five years."
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  154. ^ Medcalf, Myron. "Get to know: Seton Hall's Jordan Theodore", ESPN, December 28, 2011. Accessed March 27, 2016. "So the single parent sent the Seton Hall senior from Englewood, N.J., to Paterson Catholic high school in Paterson, N.J., where he blossomed during the final two years of his prep career."
  155. ^ Staff. "Tolbert Wins First Trip To Honolulu", The Record, December 13, 1996. Accessed June 29, 2011. "Englewood native Tony Tolbert was among nine Dallas Cowboys selected Thursday to the Pro Bowl.... The eight-year veteran played at Dwight Morrow High School before attending Texas-El Paso."
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  157. ^ Strauss, Robert. "One High School Standout Has Many Footsteps to Follow", The New York Times, February 13, 2000. Accessed May 11, 2009. "Bill Willoughby, from Englewood, was the first high school student to skip college and be drafted into the N.B.A. when he was picked by Atlanta in 1975."
  158. ^ Levin, Jay. "John Winkin, Maine baseball coach who got his start in Englewood, dead at 94 ", The Record, July 22, 2014. Accessed July 23, 2014. "At the invitation of Englewood's schools superintendent, Mr. Winkin joined the faculty at his alma mater, Dwight Morrow High School."
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