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Jose Antonio Perez Sanchez

Jose Antonio Perez Sanchez was a Mexican Roman Catholic bishop. He was born in Mexico City. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1976. He was coadjutor bishop of the Territorial Prelature of Jesus Maria del Nayar from 1992 to 1994 and as bishop o ...

                                               

Debora Perez Volpin

Debora Perez Volpin was an Argentine politician, journalist and television host. She was born in Buenos Aires. She was known as the presenter of the news Todo Noticias from 1996 until 2017 and the program Arriba argentinos from 2005 to 2017. In 2 ...

                                               

Joseph Perez

Joseph Perez was a French historian. His works focused in Spanish history. Perezs worked in the births of the modern Spanish state and the Latin American nations. Among his books, he examined the independence movements of Latin America; Ferdinand ...

                                               

Jose Pedro Perez-Llorca

Jose Pedro Perez-Llorca Rodrigo, was a Spanish lawyer and politician. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1980 to 1982. He was also one of the Fathers of the Constitution of 1978 and had a key role during his nations transition to democracy. ...

                                               

Lester James Peries

Sri Lankabhimanya Lester James Peries was a Sri Lankan movie director, screenwriter, and movie producer. He was known for his works Rekava, Gamperaliya, Nidhanaya, Golu Hadawatha, Kaliyugaya, Awaragira and Yuganthaya. His movie Wekande Walauwa wa ...

                                               

Jean Perimony

Jean Perimony was a French comedian, actor, educator, theater director, and costume designer. He was born in Dole, Jura. He was known for working with assistant director Robert Manuel and then with Henri Rollan. He created the Cie du Villiers and ...

                                               

Soundaraj Periyanayagam

Soundaraj Periyanayagam was an Indian bishop of the Roman Catholic Church. He was born in Periya Kozhappalur. He became a priest in 1983. He served as bishop of Vellore from 2006 until his death in 2020. Periyanayagam died on 21 March 2020 in Che ...

                                               

Georges Pernoud

Georges Alexis Pernoud was a French journalist, television presenter and television producer. He was known for presenting his television documentary Thalassa from 1980 to 2017. He was born in Rabat, Morocco. Pernoud died in Paris on 10 January 20 ...

                                               

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Juan Peron

Juan Domingo Peron was an Argentine general and politician. He was born in Buenos Aires. He served as President of Argentina from 1946 to 1955, ruling with Eva and again from 1973 to 1974 with his wife Isabel, who was his vice president. In Argen ...

                                               

Charles Perrault

Charles Perrault was a French author who started the literary genre of fairy tales. His best known tales include the following: Les Souhaits ridicules The Ridiculous Wishes La Belle au bois dormant Sleeping Beauty La Marquise de Salusses ou la Pa ...

                                               

Jean-Jacques Perrey

Jean-Jacques Perrey was a French electronic music producer. He was best known for writing electronic music. He worked with the duo Perrey and Kingsley. He was also known for producing the them The Elephant Never Forgets ". Perrey died from compli ...

                                               

Jules Perrot

Jules-Joseph Perrot was a French dancer and choreographer. Perrot was born in Lyon, France, and studied with Auguste Vestris. He debuted at the Paris Opera in 1830, and became premier sujet within a year. He became Carlotta Grisis lover in 1836, ...

                                               

Jimmy Perry

James "Jimmy" Perry OBE was an English writer, scriptwriter, producer, author and actor who is known for creating the BBC sitcom Dads Army. Perry was born on September 9, 1923 in Barnes, Surrey, England. He studied at Colet Court and at St Pauls ...

                                               

John Persen

John Persen was a Norwegian composer. He was born in Porsanger, Norway. He was the son-in-law of Finn Stromsted. He was awarded Lindemanprisen in 1999, and Edvardprisen twice, and was awarded honorary membership of the Norwegian Society of Compos ...

                                               

Pietro Perugino

Pietro Perugino was a leading Italian painter of the Umbrian school. He developed some of the qualities that found classic expression in the High Renaissance. He was born as Pietro Vannucci in Città della Pieve. Perugino also was one of Raphaels ...

                                               

Natalino Pescarolo

Natalino Pescarolo was the Roman Catholic bishop. He was ordained to the priesthood on June 29, 1952. Pescarolo was named auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Cuneo in 1990. In 1992, he was appointed bishop of Fossano and in 1999, he was also appoi ...

                                               

Luiza Pesjak

Luiza Pesjak was a Slovene poet, writer and translator. She studied at Frohlich Institute. She studied with France Preseren. She wrote Slovenian language poems. A street was named for her.

                                               

Brigitte Peskine

Brigitte Peskine was a French author and screenwriter. She was born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Her first novel was published in 1985 titled Le Ventriloqu. She was known for writing the screenplays for the French sitcoms Plus belle la vie and C ...

                                               

Zoltan Pesko

Zoltan Pesko was a Hungarian conductor and composer. Pesko was born in Budapest. He studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music with Goffredo Petrassi and Franco Ferrara, as well as with Pierre Boulez in Switzerland in the 1960s. He became an ass ...

                                               

Vasiliy Mihaylovich Peskov

Vasiliy Mikhailovich Peskov was a Russian writer, journalist, photographer, traveler and ecologist. He has worked in the Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda since 1956. From 1975 until 1990 he conducted the TV programme "In the World of Animal ...

                                               

Ciro Pessoa

Ciro Pessoa Mendes Corrêa, also known by his Dharma name Tenzin Chopel, was a Brazilian singer-songwriter, guitarist, and poet. He was known as one of the founding members of the influential rock band Titãs and for his later work with post-punk/g ...

                                               

Michael Alfred Peszke

Michael Alfred Peszke was a Polish-American psychiatrist and historian of the Polish Armed Forces in World War II. He published several monographs on the Polish Armed Forces in the West between the 1990s and 2010s. Peszke was born in Deblin, the ...

                                               

Arrigo Petacco

Arrigo Petacco was an Italian writer, historian and journalist. He was born in Castelnuovo Magra, Italy. He was special envoy, editor-in-chief and executive director of La Nazione and La Storia Illustrata, and author of the homonymous monthly tel ...

                                               

Zarko Petan

Zarko Petan was a Slovenian writer, essayist, screenwriter, and theatre and movie director. He is known as a writer of aphorisms. His career began in 1950. He wrote over 100 essays and novels. Between 1992 and 1994, he served as Director General ...

                                               

David Petel

David Petel was an Iraqi-born Israeli politician. He was a member of the Knesset for Mapai from 1959 until 1969. He was born in Basra, Iraq. He was a member of the Alignment after the Mapai party ended. Petel died in Ramat Gan on 6 October 2019 a ...

                                               

Peter Deuflhard

Peter Deuflhard was a German mathematician who is recognized as an expert of numerical analysis. He is known for his books about computing solutions of differential equations and the Newtons method.

                                               

Peter I of Russia

Peter the Great, Peter I or Pyotr Alekseevich was a czar of Russia. He transformed Russia from an isolated kingdom into a transcontinental superpower. He became czar of Russia in 1682, after his sister Sophia Alekseyevna of Russia lost a war. In ...

                                               

Hank Peters

Henry J. "Hank" Peters was an American baseball executive. He was known for being the general manager of the Baltimore Orioles and to the Kansas City Athletics. Peters was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Peters died from complications from a stroke ...

                                               

Niels Helveg Petersen

Niels Lolk Helveg Petersen was a Danish politician. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1993 to 2000, having held the role of Minister for Economic Affairs between 1988 and 1990. He was a Member of Parliament for the Danish Social Liberal Par ...

                                               

Oscar Peterson

Oscar Emmanuel Peterson was a Canadian jazz pianist. Peterson won seven Grammy Awards and was put into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 1978. His career lasted for more than 65 years. He was born in Montreal, where his father taught him to play ...

                                               

Robert Peterson (Canadian politician)

Robert W. Peterson was a Canadian Liberal politician. He was a senator from Saskatchewan. He was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Paul Martin on March 24, 2005. He left office on October 19, 2012. Peterson died on November 5, 2020 at the ...

                                               

Rene Petillon

Rene Petillon was a French satirical and political cartoonist and comics artist. He was most famous for his work in Canard Enchaine. As a comics artist his best known and longest-running series was the humoristic comic strip Jack Palmer, about a ...

                                               

Lucien Petipa

Joseph Lucien Petipa was a French ballet dancer and choreographer. He was born in Marseille, France to choreographer and dancer Jean Petipa. He was the brother of Ballet Master of the Russian Imperial Ballet, Marius Petipa. Lucien made his Paris ...

                                               

Marius Petipa

Marius Petipa was a French dancer and the principal Ballet Master for the Imperial Ballet in St. Petersburg from 1869 until 1903. His works include La Bayadere, a revised Giselle, The Sleeping Beauty, a revised Swan Lake, and Raymonda. Dance hist ...

                                               

Roland Petit

Roland Petit was a French choreographer who wrote dances for Rudolf Nureyev and was later in charge of the Paris Opera. He was born in 1924 at Villemomble, France and began ballet lessons at the age of nine at the Paris Operas School of Dance. Af ...

                                               

Teodoro Petkoff

Teodoro Petkoff Malec was a Venezuelan politician, former guerrilla, journalist and economist. He was an important left politician in Venezuela. Petkoff began as a communist but went to liberalism in the 1990s. As Minister of Planning he oversaw ...

                                               

Ioannis Petridis

Ioannis Petridis was a Greek economist and politician. He was a member of the New Democracy party. He served as an MP for Pieria from 1985 to 1989. He was born in Katerini. Petridis died on 6 January 2016 in Athens, aged 84.

                                               

Boyan Petrov

Boyan Petrov was a Bulgarian zoologist and mountaineer. He worked at the National Museum of Natural History in Sofia. He had climbed 10 out of 14 eight-thousanders, all without supplementary oxygen. This made him the Bulgarian altitude climber wi ...

                                               

Lars Goran Petrov

Lars-Goran Petrov, often abbreviated as L-G Petrov, was a Swedish singer. He was best known for his work with the band Entombed. He also played drums in Morbid, which featured Mayhem vocalist Per Yngve "Dead" Ohlin in its original line up. In Aug ...

                                               

Stanislav Petrov

Stanislav Yevgrafovich Petrov was a lieutenant colonel of the Soviet Air Defence Forces. On September 26, 1983, just three weeks after the Soviet military had shot down Korean Air Lines Flight 007, Petrov was the duty officer at the command cente ...

                                               

Vadim Petrov

Vadim Petrov was a Czech composer. He was of Russian-Czech descent. He was born in Prague. Petrov taught music at the Prague Conservatory and at Jaroslav Jezek Conservatory. Petrov died on 7 December 2020 in Prague at the age of 88.

                                               

Valeri Petrov

Valeri Nisim Mevorah, better known as Valeri Petrov, was a Bulgarian poet, screenwriter, playwright and translator. He was active between 1945 and the 1990s. He wrote the screenplay for a movie called Yo Ho in 1981. It was made into a movie again ...

                                               

Vasily Ivanovich Petrov

Vasily Ivanovich Petrov was a senior Russian military official and Marshal of the Soviet Union. Petrov was born on 15 January 1917 in Chernolesskoye, Stavropol Governorate. Petrov joined the Red Army in 1939 and completed the lieutenants course i ...

                                               

Filippos Petsalnikos

Filippos Petsalnikos was a Greek politician. He was a member of the Movement of Democratic Socialists. From 2009 to 2012, he was Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament. Before, he was a Member of the Hellenic Parliament from 1985 to 2012. He was born ...

                                               

Tom Pevsner

Thomas Tom Pevsner was a British assistant movie director and producer. His career lasted from 1953 until 1995. His best known movies were The Ladykillers, The Longest Day and The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes and Dracula. He also worked on a n ...

                                               

Kevin Pfeffer

He was born in 1990. He is a candidate in the 7th district of Moselle. Regional Councillor, he is a candidate in the municipal elections in Stiring-Wendel.

                                               

Antoine Pfeiffer

Antoine Pfeiffer was a French reformist pastor. He served as President of the Protestant Reformed Church of Alsace and Lorraine from 1988 to 2000 and was a member of the Communaute dEglises en mission. Pfeiffer died in Strasbourg, France on 25 Fe ...

                                               

Pierre Pflimlin

Pierre Eugene Jean Pflimlin was a French Christian democratic politician. He served as the Prime Minister of the Fourth Republic for a few weeks in 1958, before being replaced by Charles de Gaulle during the crisis of that year.

                                               

Dadasaheb Phalke

Dhundiraj Govind Phalke was an Indian producer-director-screenwriter. He is known as the father of Indian cinema. The Dadasaheb Phalke Award, awarded to people who worked for a long time to the Indian cinema, was created in his honor by the Gover ...

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