08.11.2012 [Hollywood Reporter] - Years ago, when Richard Lewis used to work at the club a lot -- he works here once a year, but Richard used to come in here three or four times a year when I met him -- he always had a new act. I would be out with Richard in LA and he'd be writing
Richard Donald Lewis (born 1930) is a British linguist, cross-cultural communication consultant, and author. He speaks 10 languages (French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish and Japanese).
(born 1969) is the leader of The Family Party, a political party in New Zealand, and was formerly leader of the now de registered Destiny New Zealand, a conservative right-wing Christian party associated with Destiny Church.
, better known as Dic Penderyn (1808 – August 13, 1831), was a Welsh labourer and coal miner who lived in Merthyr Tydfil who was involved with the Merthyr Rising of June 3, 1831. In the course of the riot he was arrested alongside Lewis Lewis, one of the primary figures in the uprising, and charged with stabbing a soldier with a bayonet. The people of Merthyr Tydfil doubted his guilt, and signed a petition for his release. However, he was found guilty and hanged on August 23. After his death he was treated as a martyr in Merthyr and across Britain.
known as R. L. Brown, (1854–1948) was a builder and state politician who lived in Jacksonville, Florida. An African-American, Brown was born in South Carolina and moved with his family to Florida after the American Civil War, first to Lake City and then Jacksonville. He was married in 1875 and worked as a carpenter, farmer, and minister. He served two terms in the Florida House of Representatives from 1881 to 1884. He worked construction for the Duval County school board and has a school named after him. He was the contractor for Centennial Hall at Edward Waters College.