Scientists and mathematicians have always loved many of the metaphors in Lewis Carroll's books.

'Alice in Wonderland Syndrome' Caused by Acid Flashback

Scientists and mathematicians have always loved many of the metaphors in Lewis Carroll's books.

Carroll O'Connor was rejected in 1942 by the USN. He then enrolled with the US Merchant Marines Academy and served in WWII working on ships in the Atlantic.

Carroll O'Connor was rejected in 1942 by the USN. He then enrolled with the US Merchant Marines Academy and served in WWII working on ships in the Atlantic.

Carrol O'Connor  Born 	John Carroll O'Connor August 2, 1924 Manhattan, New York, U.S. Died 	June 21, 2001 (aged 76) Culver City, California, U.S. Death: Heart Issues

Carrol O'Connor Born John Carroll O'Connor August 2, 1924 Manhattan, New York, U.S. Died June 21, 2001 (aged 76) Culver City, California, U.S. Death: Heart Issues

Born Aug. 2, 1924 in Bronx, N.Y. Died June 21, 2001 of heart attack in Brotman Medical Center, Calif. Carroll O'Connor was an Emmy-winning actor best known for his iconic role as Archie Bunker in the groundbreaking 1970s television comedy "All in the Family." Widely considered to be among the greatest and most influential of television comedies, "All in the Family" and the character of Bunker — a lovable, conservative bigot loosely modeled after series creator Norman Lear's own father.

Carroll O'Connor

Born Aug. 2, 1924 in Bronx, N.Y. Died June 21, 2001 of heart attack in Brotman Medical Center, Calif. Carroll O'Connor was an Emmy-winning actor best known for his iconic role as Archie Bunker in the groundbreaking 1970s television comedy "All in the Family." Widely considered to be among the greatest and most influential of television comedies, "All in the Family" and the character of Bunker — a lovable, conservative bigot loosely modeled after series creator Norman Lear's own father.

Carroll O’Connor (actor in television sitcoms ''All in the Family") by Gene Haas

Carroll O’Connor (actor in television sitcoms ''All in the Family") by Gene Haas

John Carroll O'Connor 1924-2001 In spite of the anti-Catholic sentiments his iconic character Archie Bunker expressed over the  years in "All in the Family" (for which he won 4 Emmys), Carroll O'Connor was actually a practicing Catholic. Born into an Irish Catholic family in New York, he maintained his belief all his life, and credited his faith with helping him cope with his adult son's suicide, and spoke movingly of the importance of the Mass to him personally. Had a Catholic funeral.

John Carroll O'Connor 1924-2001 In spite of the anti-Catholic sentiments his iconic character Archie Bunker expressed over the years in "All in the Family" (for which he won 4 Emmys), Carroll O'Connor was actually a practicing Catholic. Born into an Irish Catholic family in New York, he maintained his belief all his life, and credited his faith with helping him cope with his adult son's suicide, and spoke movingly of the importance of the Mass to him personally. Had a Catholic funeral.

Pinterest
Search