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Gordon Jr, Captain USN & NASA Astronaut – Command Module Pilot for the Apollo 12 mission to the moon – age 8807 – Roy ‘Doc’ Halladay, MLB Pitcher – in 2010 he threw 2 no-hitters in the same season, won the Cy Young award in both the AL and NL – age 40 (one person plane crash)07 – Brad Harris, Actor/Stuntman – “Samson” (1961), “The Fury Of Hercules” (1962) – age 8407 – Pat Hutchins, Childrens Books Author (UK) – “Rosie’s Walk” (1968), “The Wind Blew” (1974) – age 7509 – John Hillerman, Actor – played Jonathan Higgins II on Magnum, P. (1980-88), won a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award – age 8412 – Liz Smith, Journalist/Gossip Columnist – “The Grand Dame of Dish”, wrote for New York Daily News and Cosmopolitan – age 9415 – Gustav Åhr, Rapper – known as”Lil Peep”, songs “White Wine”, “Benz Truck” released on You Tube – age 21 (drug overdose)15 – Keith Barron, Actor (UK) – Gregory Wilmot in “Upstairs, Downstairs”, “The Odd Man” (1960-63) – age 8316 – Earle Hyman, Actor – Cliff’s Huxtable’s father, Russell Huxtable in the “Cosby Show” (1984-92) – age 9116 – Ann Wedgeworth, Actress – Lana Shields in “Three’s Company”, Merleen Elldridge in “Evening Shade” (1990-94) – age 8318 – Malcolm Young, Musician/Guitarist (AUS) – co-founder of rock group ACDC; “Back In Black”, “Highway to Hell” – age 64 (early onset Alzheimer)19 – Warren “Pete” Moore, Singer/Songwriter – original member of The Miracles R&B Group “The Tracks of My Tears” – age 78 (died on his birthday)19 – Della Reese, Singer (multi genre)/Actress – Tess in TV show “Touched by an Angel” (1994-2003); as a singer “Don’t You Know?” (1959) – age 8619 – Mel Tillis, C&W Singer/Songwriter – “I Ain’t Never”, “Good Woman Blues”; CMA Entertainer of the Year 1976 – age 8520 – Terry Glenn, NFL Football player – with New England Patriots he held the most receptions in a single season – age 43 (single car accident)21 – Rodney Bewes, Actor (UK) – Bob Ferris in BBC TV series “The Likely Lads” (1964–66) and “Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?Instead, the Tropicana is linked by overhead pedestrian bridges to its neighboring casinos: to the north across Tropicana Avenue, the MGM Grand, and to the west across the Strip, the Excalibur.Jaffe first leased the property to his associate, Phil Kastel.The Tropicana Las Vegas is a hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.It is owned and operated by Penn National Gaming and is a franchise of Hilton's Double Tree chain.Aztar was acquired by Columbia Sussex in January 2007.A -billion renovation of the Tropicana was announced, planned to be completed in 2010, making it the largest resort casino in the world.

Who” (1967-68) – age 69 (lung cancer)21 – John Heard, Actor – Father in “Home Alone” and “Home Alone 2” – age 72 (complications from back surgery)25 – Barbara Sinatra, Performer/model – married Frank Sinatra (1976-1998) – age 90 (natural)25 – Michael Johnson, Singer/Songwriter – “Bluer Than Blue” (1978), “Give Me Wings” (1986) – age 7225 – Lyle Smith, College Football Coach – Boise State University (1947-1967) impressive record of ‘156–26–6’ – age 10126 – June Foray, Voice Actress – voice of Rocky the Flying Squirrel from TV show “The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show” – age 9926 – Leonard Landy, Actor – Percy on “Our Gang” (1938-1941) – age 8426 – Patti Deutsch, Actress – a regular panelist on “Match Game” and “Tattletales” also guest spots on “Laugh In” – age 73 (cancer)27 – D. Menard, Cajun Muscician – called the “Cajun Hank Williams” biggest hit was “La Porte En Arrière” – age 8527 – Sam Shepard, Actor/Playwright/Author – Chuck Yeager in “The Right Stuff” (1983) – age 73 (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)31 – Jeanne Moreau, Actress (French) – “Seven Days… ” (1965) – age 8931 – Chuck Loeb, Jazz musician – played with Stan Getz and was guitarist for the group Four Play – age 61 (cancer) 01 – Mariann Mayberry, Actress – “Under the Influence” (1994), Chelsea Trotman in TV show Since You’ve Been Gone (1998) – age 52 (ovarian cancer)02 – Ara Parseghian, College Football Coach – legendary head coach at Note Dame (1964-’74) coaching record: 170–58–6 – age 9403 – Robert Hardy, Actor – played Alec Stewart in BBC show “The Troubleshooters” – age 9103 – Ty Hardin, Actor – Bronco Layne in TV western series “Bronco” (1958-’62) – age 8705 – Mark White, Politician – 43rd Governor of Texas (1983-’87) – age 77 (heart attack)06 – Dick Locher, Cartoonist – editorial cartoonist at Chicago Tribune (1973-2013), won a Pulitzer Prize for “Dick Tracy” – age 8806 – Darren Daulton, Pro Baseball Player – Catcher for Philadelphia Phillies (1983-1997)- age 55 (brain cancer)07 – Haruo Nakajima, Actor – played Godzilla in 12 movies (1954 – 1972) – age 8808 – Barbara Cook, Broadway Actress – won a Tony Award for “The Music Man” (1957) – age 89 (respiratory failure)08 – Glen Campbell, Singer/Songwriter – “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”, “Wichita Lineman”; nominated for 21 Grammys and won 10 – age 81 (Alzheimer’s disease)11 – Yisrael Kristal, the oldest living Holocaust survivor at his death, also the oldest living man in 2016 – age 113, 330 days13 – Victor Pemberton, TV writer/producer (UK) – Doctor Who, The Slide and The Adventures of Black Beauty – age 8513 – Joseph Bologna, Actor – Nick Foley in TV show “Rags to Riches” (1987-88) – age 82 (pancreatic cancer)14 – Joi “SJ” Harris, Stunt Driver – first professional African American Road Racer – age 25 (crashed during a stunt for the move Deadpool 2)17 – Sonny Landham, Actor/Stunt man – tracker Billy Sole in “Predator” (1987) – age 76 (congestive heart failure)18 – Sir Bruce Forsyth, TV Game Show Host – The Generation Game (1971-’77), Play Your Cards Right (1980-’87) – age 8918 – Sonny Burgess, Rockabilly musician – “We Wanna Boogie” (1956) – age 8819 – Brian Aldiss, Sci-Fi Writer – “Super-Toys Last All Summer Long” (1969) – age 9219 – Janusz Głowacki, Playwright/screenwriter – The Charles Mac Arthur Award for Outstanding New Play for “Antigone in New York” (1994) – age 7819 – Dick Gregory, Comedian / civil rights activist – first African American standup comedian – age 8419 – Bea Wain, Singer – sang with Larry Clinton and His Orchestra “Heart and Soul” (1938) – age 10020 – Sir Colin Meads, Rugby Player (New Zealand) – played for national team, the All Blacks (1957-’71) – age 8120 – Jerry Lewis, Comedian/Actor/Humanitarian – “The Bellboy” (1960), Nutty Professor (1963), Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon (1966-2010) – age 9121 – Thomas Meehan, Writer – wrote books that were adapted for plays for “Annie”, “The Producers”, and “Hairspray” – age 8821 – Felo Ramírez, Announcer – Spanish language announcer for the Miami Marlins (1993-2017) – age 94 (complications from a fall)22 – Tom Pritchard, Cricketer (New Zealand) – played first-class cricket in England for Wellington – age 10024 – Jay Thomas, Actor – Remo Da Vinci on “Mork & Mindy” (1979–’81), Eddie Le Bec on “Cheers” (1987–’89) – age 69 (cancer)25 – Jeannie Rousseau, Intelligence agent – worked as a translator in occupied France during World War II feeding valuable intel to the Allies – age 9826 – Bernard Pomerance, Playwright – wrote the Tony Award winning “The Elephant Man” (1977) – age 76 (cancer)26 – Tobe Hooper, Horror Films Writer/Director – “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” (1974) and “Poltergeist” (1982) – age 7427 – Helli Stehle, Actress (Switz) – stage actress, radio presenter, poet and newscaster – age 10927 – Syd Silverman, Publisher – owner of the show business newspaper “Variety” from 1950-1987 – age 8528 – Melissa Bell, Singer (UK) – fronted the groups, Soul II Soul and Soul Explosion – age 53 (complications from kidney failure)31 – Richard Anderson, Actor – Oscar Goldman on TV shows The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman – age 91 01 – Shelley Berman, Actor/Comedian – his movies include: “Divorce American Style” (1967), “Meet the Fockers” (2004) – age 92 (Alzheimer’s disease)01 – Novella Nelson, Actress – Jean in “An Unmarried Woman” (1978), Madame St.

The Gaming Control Board raised suspicions over Kastel's links to organized crime, which were confirmed in May when a note bearing a Tropicana earnings figure was found in the possession of mobster Frank Costello.

Mitzi Stauffer Briggs, heir to the Stauffer Chemical fortune, bought a majority interest in the Tropicana in 1975.

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