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Miami - Notable Historical Events

Mickey WrightMar 12, 1961

Richard NixonAug 8, 1968

Jim MorrisonAug 10, 1970

Keith MoonAug 11, 1976

Joe MontanaJan 20, 1985

Mike DitkaDec 2, 1985

Dan MarinoSep 21, 1986

Jerry RiceJan 22, 1989

Don ShulaSep 22, 1991

Gloria EstefanMar 2, 1994

Jimmy JohnsonJan 10, 1996

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Miami - Historical Events
Date Event
1780-11-05

French-American force under Colonel LaBalme is defeated by Miami Chief Little Turtle.

1848-12-26

The Phi Delta Theta fraternity is founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

1855-06-28

The Sigma Chi Fraternity was founded at Miami University

1896-07-28

City of Miami incorporated

1906-03-17

The Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity is founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

1913-03-26

Dayton, Ohio almost destroyed when Scioto, Miami, & Muskingum River reach flood stage simultaneously

1926-03-03

International Greyhound Racing Association formed (Miami, Fla)

1926-09-17

Hurricane hits Miami & Palm Beach Florida; about 450 die

1926-09-18

Hurricane hits Miami, kills 250

1937-01-25

Miami-to-Tampa bus overturned in a canal, kills 13

1946-09-06

All-American Football Conference plays 1st game (Clev 44, Miami 0)

1948-12-28

The DC-3 airliner NC16002 disappears 50 miles south of Miami, Florida.

1949-03-21

WTVJ TV channel 4 in Miami, FL (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1950-04-26

U of Miami ends William & Mary straight tennis match victories at 82

1953-08-12

Ann Davison arrives in Miami in her 23 foot boat Felicity Ann, becoming the 1st woman to sail solo across the Atlantic

1954-12-04

The first Burger King is opened in Miami, Florida, USA

1955-08-12

WPBT TV channel 2 in Miami, FL (PBS) begins broadcasting

1956-02-12

Fay Crocker wins LPGA Miami Beach Golf Open

1956-07-29

WCKT (now WSVN) TV channel 7 in Miami, FL (IND) begins broadcasting

1957-07-21

39th PGA Championship: Lionel Hebert at Miami Valley GC Dayton Ohio

1958-12-10

1st domestic (NY-Miami) passenger jet flight-National 707 flew 111

1960-03-26

Orioles-Reds series planned for Havana is moved to Miami

1961-03-12

Mickey Wright wins LPGA Miami Golf Open

1961-08-16

Martin L King protests for black voting right in Miami

1961-11-20

WPLG TV channel 10 in Miami, FL (ABC) begins broadcasting

1962-06-26

WSEC (now WLRN) TV channel 17 in Miami, FL (PBS) begins broadcasting

1965-08-16

AFL awards its 1st expansion franchise (Miami Dolphins)

1966-06-14

Miami beats St Petersburg (Florida State League) 4-3 in 29 innings longest uninterrupted game in organized baseball

1967-09-20

WCIX TV channel 6 in Miami, FL (CBS) begins broadcasting

1967-11-15

WLTV TV channel 23 in Miami, FL (IND) begins broadcasting

1968-01-14

Super Bowl II: Green Bay Packers beat Oakland Raiders, 33-14 in Miami Super Bowl MVP: Bart Starr, Green Bay, QB

1968-08-08

Race riot in Miami, Florida

1968-08-08

Republican convention in Miami Beach nominates Richard Nixon for president

1968-08-10

Race riot in Miami, Chicago & Little Rock

1968-12-28

100,000 attend Miami Pop Festival

1969-01-12

Super Bowl III: NY Jets beat Balt Colts, 16-7 in Miami Super Bowl MVP: Joe Namath, NY Jets, QB

1969-03-23

Rally for Decency (Miami)

1970-06-16

Race riots in Miami Florida

1970-08-10

Jim Morrison is tried in Miami on "lewd & lascivious behavior"

1971-01-17

Super Bowl V: Balt Colts-16, Dallas Cowboys-13 in Miami Super Bowl MVP: Chuck Howley, Dallas, LB

1972-01-02

Miami Dolphins beat Balt Colts 21-0 in AFC championship game

1972-01-16

Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys-24, Miami-3 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Roger Staubach, Dallas, QB

1972-07-10

Democratic convention opens in Miami Beach Florida (McGovern)

1972-07-12

Democrats nominated George McGovern for president in Miami Fla

1972-08-21

Republican convention opens in Miami Beach

1972-08-23

Republican convention (Miami Beach, Fla) renominates VP Agnew but not unanimous-1 vote went to NBC newsman David Brinkley)

1972-12-16

Miami Dolphins become 1st undefeated NFL team (14-0-0)

1972-12-31

Miami Dolphins beat Pittsburgh Steelers 21-7 in AFC championship game

1973-01-14

Super Bowl VII: Miami Dolphins beat Wash Red Skins, 14-7 in LA, MVP: Jake Scott, Miami, S

1973-07-27

40th NFL Chicago All Star Game: Miami 14, All Stars 3 (54,103)

1973-12-30

Miami Dolphins beat Oakland Raiders 27-10 in AFC championship game

1974-01-13

Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins beat Minnesota Vikings, 24-7 in Houston Super Bowl MVP: Larry Csonka, Miami, RB

1974-08-25

LA Aztecs defeat Miami Toros to win NASL cup

1974-12-21

"The Sea of Hands", Raiders RB Clarence Davis somehow catches game-winning touchdown pass among "the sea of hands" of three Dolphins defenders with 24 seconds left in the game, eliminating Miami from the playoffs after they had made it to the Super Bowl in each of the last 3 seasons

1975-07-31

The Miami Showband killings: Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), a loyalist paramilitary group, shoot dead three members of an Irish showband at Buskhill, County Down, Ireland

1975-12-10

Terry Funk beats Jack Brisco in Miami Beach, to become NWA champ

1976-01-18

Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh Steelers beat Dallas Cowboys, 21-17 in Miami Super Bowl MVP: Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh, WR

1976-08-11

Keith Moon, drummer for Who, collapses & is hospitalized in Miami

1977-01-19

Snow falls in Miami, Florida. This is the only time in the history of the city that snowfall has occurred. It also fell in the Bahamas.

1977-06-07

Anita Bryant leads successful crusade against Miami gay rights law

1977-11-24

Miami Bob Greise passes for 6 touchdowns vs St Louis (55-14)

1978-04-03

Larry King moves his radio show from Miami to Washington DC

1979-01-21

Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers beat Dallas Cowboys, 35-31 in Miami Super Bowl MVP: Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh, QB

1979-07-17

Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza flees to Miami

1980-05-17

Major race riot in Miami Florida - 16 killed, 300 injured

1981-09-16

1st broadcast of "Miami Vice" on NBC-TV

1982-01-02

San Diego Chargers beat Miami Dolphins, 41-38 in 13:52 of OT

1982-01-02

"The Epic in Miami", in 85 degree heat (Fahrenheit), the San Diego Chargers defeat the Miami Dolphins 41-38 in overtime in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game, a game that set numerous playoff scoring records

1982-02-02

San Diego beats Miami 41-38 in OT after blowing a 24-0 lead

1982-12-12

"Snowplow Game", after a snowstorm holds both New England and Miami scoreless, Mark Henderson, a convict on work release, on order of Patriots coach Ron Meyer, clears the path for John Smith's attempt, which wins the game for the Patriots, 3-0 (the practice of using snow plows during games is later banned)

1983-01-23

"Mud Bowl", Miami Dolphins beat the New York Jets 14-0 in the AFC Championship Game on a wet, muddy field, which negated the Jets significant speed and skill advantage

1983-01-30

Super Bowl XVII: Wash Red Skins beat Miami Dolphins, 27-17 in Pasadena Super Bowl MVP: John Riggins, Washington, RB

1984-01-02

Miami beats Nebraska in Orange Bowl for college football championship

1984-09-16

"Miami Vice" premieres

1984-11-10

Miami Hurricanes blows 31-0 lead in 3rd quarter lose to Md 42-40

1984-11-23

Boston College QB Doug Flutie passes (472 yards), including game ending 48 yard TD (Hail Mary Pass) to end game & beat Miami 47-45

1985-01-20

Super Bowl XIX: SF 49ers beat Miami Dolphins, 38-16 in Stanford Super Bowl MVP: Joe Montana, San Francisco, QB

1985-10-14

On Mon Night football, Jets retire Joe Namath's #12, beat Miami 23-7

1985-12-02

Chicago Bears' head coach Mike Ditka and defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan come to blows on the sideline in a loss to the Miami Dolphins, Chicago's only loss of the season

1986-01-12

New England Patriots defeat Miami Dolphins 31 14 to win US AFC football championship

1986-07-14

Shalamar's Howard Hewett acquitted in Miami of drug charges

1986-09-21

Miami Dan Marino passes for 6 touchdowns vs NY Jets (51-45)

1986-09-21

NY Jets beat Miami Dolphins 51-45 in OT; record 884 passing yards

1986-12-06

52nd Heisman Trophy Award: Vinny Testaverde, Miami Fla (QB)

1987-01-02

Penn State upsets Miami in Fiesta Bowl for college football champ

1987-04-28

NBA announces expansion to Charlotte NC & Miami Fla in 1988 & Minneapolis Minn & Orlando Fla in 1989

1987-05-03

Miami Herald reports a woman spent Friday & Saturday with Gary Hart

1987-06-16

Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami, opens

1987-11-04

NBA announces 4 new franchises; Charlotte & Miami for 1988 & Minneapolis & Orlando for 1989

1988-01-01

Miami beats Oklahoma for college football championship

1988-06-23

Charlotte Hornets & Miami Heat begin their NBA expansion draft

1988-07-08

Miami Arena opens

1988-07-31

Miami Dolphins beat SF 49ers 27-21 in London

1988-11-05

1st NBA game at Miami Arena, Miami Heat loss to LA Clippers, 111-91

1988-12-14

NBA's Miami Heat wins 1st game ever, 89-88 (Clippers), after 17 loses

1989-01-17

Phoenix Suns cancel game at Miami Heat, due to racial unrest in Miami

1989-01-22

Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers beat Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 in Miami Super Bowl MVP: Jerry Rice, San Francisco, WR

1989-02-10

Miami Vice's 100th episode seen on TV

1990-01-25

Former Panamanian leader Manuel Noriega is transferred to a Miami jail

1990-02-11

40th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 130-113 at Miami

1990-12-18

NL announces Buffalo, Denver, Miami, Orlando, Tampa-St Petersburg, & Wash DC as 6 finalist for 1993 expansion (Miami & Denver win)

1991-09-22

Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula records his 300th career NFL victory

1991-12-17

Cleveland Cavaliers beat Miami Heat 148-80, by record 68 pts

1991-12-17

NBA's most lopsided game Cleveland beats Miami 148-80

1992-10-04

Miami Dolphin Louis Oliver returns record tying interception 103 yards

1992-12-12

58th Heisman Trophy Award: Gino Torretta, Miami-Fla (QB)

1994-03-02

Miami begins a latin walk of fame, 1st star for Gloria Estefan

1994-04-05

Miami Heat beat NY Knicks ending 15 game NBA winning streak

1994-09-21

Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Ft Laud/Miami Fl (WBGG 105.9 FM)

1995-01-29

Super Bowl XXIX: SF 49ers beat San Diego Chargers, 49-26 in Miami, MVP: Steve Young, San Francisco, QB

1996-01-05

Miami Dolphin coach Don Shula announces his retirement

1996-01-10

Jimmy Johnson announced as new coach of Miami Dolphins

1996-05-11

Valujet DC-9 crashes in Miami, 109 die

1996-12-27

Carquest Bowl 7: Miami beats Virginia, 31-21

1997-04-09

Major League Soccer announces Miami & Chicago expansion

1997-05-12

Tornado narrowly misses downtown Miami

1998-05-21

In Miami, Florida, five abortion clinics are hit by a butyric acid attacker.

2000-04-22

In a pre-dawn raid, federal agents seize six-year-old Elián González from his relatives' home in Miami, Florida.

2000-09-17

Dan Marino's #13 jersey is retired by the Miami Dolphins

2000-10-23

"Monday Night Miracle", down 30-7 at the end of the third quarter, the New York Jets pulled together a rapid and improbable comeback with 4 touchdowns and a field goal in the fourth quarter, eventually defeating the Miami Dolphins 40-37 in overtime

2005-12-07

Rigoberto Alpizar, a passenger on American Airlines Flight 924 who allegedly claimed to have a bomb, is shot and killed by a team of US federal air marshals at Miami International Airport.

2006-06-20

60th NBA Championship: Miami Heat beat Dallas Mavericks, 4 games to 2

2006-07-31

Fidel Castro hands over power temporarily to brother Raúl Castro. This leads to a celebration in Little Havana (La Pequeña Habana in Spanish), Miami, Florida, where many Cuban Americans participated.

2011-06-12

65th NBA Championship: Dallas Mavericks beat Miami Heat, 4 games to 2

2012-06-21

Miami Heat win the 2012 NBA finals after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder 4 games to one

2012-06-21

66th NBA Championship: Miami Heat beat Oklahoma City Thunder, 4 games to 1

2013-06-20

Miami heat defeat San Antonio Spurs to win the NBA Finals 4-3

2013-06-20

67th NBA Championship: Miami Heat beat San Antonio Spurs, 4 games to 3

2014-06-15

San Antonio Spurs defeat the Miami Heat in the 2014 NBA Finals

2016-08-05

Spraying Begins in Miami to Combat the Zika Virus

2016-08-09

Florida investigating another Zika case outside Miami

2016-08-24

Florida Investigates New Zika Cases on Gulf Coast and in Miami

2016-10-30

Miami baseball star Fernandez was drunk, had cocaine in system at fatal crash

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Miami - Notable Birthdays

Don ShulaJan 4, 1930

Jimmy JohnsonJul 16, 1943

Dick WolfDec 20, 1946

Andre DawsonJul 10, 1954

Gloria EstefanSep 1, 1957

Dan MarinoSep 15, 1961

Miami - Birthdays
Date Event
1893-06-25

Charlotte Greenwood, Phila, actress (Oklahoma, Moon over Miami)

1906-07-07

Stephen Powys, Moon Over Miami

1912-09-24

Don Porter, Miami Oklahoma, actor (Russ Lawrence-Gidget, Ann Sothern Show)

1914-12-28

Lee Bowman, Cincinnati Ohio, actor (Ellery Queen, Miami Undercover)

1916-01-13

Florence Lessing, Moon Over Miami

1919-01-01

Rocky Graziano, New York City, US boxer (Middleweight champ) and entertainer (Pantomime Quiz, Miami Undercover)

1920-11-13

Jack Elam, Miami, Arizona, American actor (The Dakotas, East Street, Rio Lobo)

1924-07-19

Pat Hingle [Martin Patterson], Miami, Florida, American actor (Splendor in the Grass, Batman Returns)

1925-12-01

Jordan Klein, Miami Fla, cameraman/director (Thunderball)

1926-07-04

Mary Stuart, Miami Fla, actress (Jo-Search for Tomorrow)

1927-02-20

Sidney Poitier, Miami Florida, actor, first back actor to win an Oscar for Best Actor ('Lillies in the Field' - 1963)

1928-04-11

Edwin Pope, Muhammad Ali: Made in Miami

1929-08-28

Rokie Roker, Miami Fla, actress (Helen-Jeffersons)

1929-10-28

1st child born in aircraft, Miami, Florida

1930-01-04

Don Shula, Grand River Ohio, NFL coach (Miami Dolphins)

1930-06-17

John Mazur, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1931-06-24

Leslie Cochran, Miami, Florida, peace activist and police critic, (d. 2012)

1931-07-04

Rick Casares, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1935-06-23

Maurice Ferre, former mayor of Miami

1935-10-12

Sam Moore, Miami Fl, rock vocalist (Sam & Dave-Soul Sister)

1936-03-01

John Wittenborn, Houston Oilers vs. Miami Dolphins

1936-9-27

Paul Lowe, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins

1937-03-26

Wayne Embry, holder of 7 basketball records (Miami of Ohio)

1937-04-26

Gareth Gwenlan, Miami Twice: 'The American Dream'

1938-02-02

William Hollingsed, Miami Connection

1938-05-09

Walt Corey, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1938-12-29

Wayne Huizenga, CEO (Waste Management, Blockbuster, Miami Dolphins)

1939-03-14

William Benjamin Lenoir, Miami Florida, astronaut (STS 5)

1939-04-30

Ellen Taafe Zwilich, Miami Florida, (1st woman composer Pulitzer 1982)

1939-05-01

Ray Aranha, Miami FL, actor (Nick-Married People)

1939-06-24

Henry Lawrence Garett III, Miami Fla, Sect of Navy (1989-92)

1939-07-11

Jacky Lee, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins

1939-11-15

Thalmus Rasulala, [Jack Crowder], Miami Fla, actor (Blacula, Roots)

1940-07-01

Alan Myerson, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

1940-11-02

Jim Bakken, Miami Dolphins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1940-12-15

Nick Buoniconti, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)/sportscaster (NBC)

1941-01-30

Paul Flatley, Miami Dolphins vs. Atlanta Falcons

1941-12-05

Giorgio Favretto, Miami Golem

1942-01-01

Billy Lothridge, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Miami Dolphins

1942-11-28

Paul Warfield, NFL/WFL wide receiver (Cleveland, Miami, Memphis)

1942-12-28

Bobby Maples, Denver Broncos vs. Miami Dolphins

1943-01-02

Woo-sang Park, Miami Connection

1943-07-16

Jimmy Johnson, Port Arthur Texas, NFL coach (Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins)

1944-01-10

Miami John Cernuto, No Limit: A Search for the American Dream on the Poker Tournament Trail

1944-04-29

Jim Hart, Miami Dolphins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1944-05-24

Patti LaBelle, Miami Vice

1944-06-02

Garo Yepremian, NFL place kicker (Miami Dolphins)

1944-06-13

Larry Kennan, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1944-07-20

Peter Bottomley, Kris Maharaj: Murder in Miami

1945-02-03

Bob Griese, NFL quarterback (Miami Dolphins, 1971 Player of Year)

1945-07-01

Deborah Harry, Miami Fla, singer (Blondie-Heart of Glass)

1945-08-02

Ron Scelza, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

1945-08-25

Steve Snapp, The Officials for Miami losing the 2003 Fiesta Bowl

1945-10-21

Everett McGill, Miami Beach FL, actor (Jezebel's Kiss, Silver Bullet)

1945-10-30

Ben Davis, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-9-17

Mike Current, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1946-06-30

Bill Lenkaitis, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1946-10-10

Ben Vereen, Miami Fla, actor/dancer (Pippin, Roots, Webster)

1946-12-20

Dick Wolf, New York, American television series creator (Miami Vice, Law & Order)

1946-12-25

Larry Csonka, NFL running back (Miami Dolphins, NY Giants)

1947-02-24

Edward James Olmos, Cal, actor (Miami Vice, Stand & Deliver, Triumph)

1947-05-16

Bill Smitrovich, actor (Crime Story, Miami Vice)

1947-07-05

George Kunz, Baltimore Colts vs. Miami Dolphins

1947-10-12

Randy West, Miami Spice

1948-03-16

Ghislaine Paradis, Les amies de Miami

1948-04-17

Jan Hammer, composer (Escape from TV, Miami Vice)

1948-12-28

Willie Parker, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1948-9-20

Sam Adams, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1948-9-27

Jeff Wolf, Miami Vice

1949-01-14

Lawrence Kasdan, Miami FL, director/writer (Accidental Tourist)

1949-03-29

Joe Ehrmann, Baltimore Colts vs. Miami Dolphins

1949-05-26

Philip Michael Thomas, Columbus Ohio, actor (Miami Vice)

1949-07-17

Lou Piccone, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1949-08-17

Isiah Robertson, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1949-08-29

Tony Greene, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1949-12-15

Don Johnson, Flatt Creek, Missouri, American actor (Miami Vice, Nash Bridges)

1950-03-01

Nick Mike-Mayer, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1950-03-04

Emilio Estefan, Cuba, rocker (Miami Sound Machine-1 2 3)

1950-03-13

William H Macy, Miami FL, actor (Homicide, Water Engine)

1950-04-05

Marv Bateman, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1950-05-27

Mike Kadish, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1950-08-06

Winston E Scott, Miami Fla, USN Commander/astronaut (STS 72, 87)

1950-11-30

Kathryn Witt, Miami Fla, actress (Lenny, Pam-Flying High)

1950-12-24

Mike Barnes, Baltimore Colts vs. Miami Dolphins

1951-01-08

Bill Donckers, Miami Dolphins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1951-04-17

Delvin Williams, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1951-07-20

Larry Black, Miami Fla, 4x100 runner (Olympic-gold-1972)

1951-12-05

Bill Simpson, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1951-9-24

Terry Metcalf, Miami Dolphins vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1951-9-24

Heinz Wellnitz, Miami Connection

1952-04-29

Nora Dunn, Chicago Illinois, comedienne (SNL, Miami Blues, Working Girl)

1952-06-08

Dave Jennings, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1953-01-31

Roosevelt Leaks, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1953-05-08

Steve Freeman, Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills

1953-08-20

Earnest Rhone, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins

1953-10-23

Steve Towle, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1953-11-10

Rusty Chambers, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1953-12-08

Roy Firestone, Miami Beach, Florida, American sportscaster (Life's Most Embarrassing Moments)

1953-9-02

Joe Danelo, Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills

1954-03-29

Mario Clark, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1954-04-28

William Ergle, Miami Connection

1954-05-03

Norris Thomas, Miami Dolphins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1954-05-10

Jeff Apple, Miami Florida, producer (In the Line of Fire)

1954-07-10

Andre Dawson, Miami Florida, MLB outfielder (Expos, Cubs, 1987 NL MVP)

1954-07-12

Tommy Burns, Miami Vice

1954-10-30

JoAnne Russell, Miami Fla, tennis player (Wimbledon Double 1977)

1954-11-12

Terry Robiskie, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1954-9-29

Jeff Breslauer, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

1955-01-31

Joseph Diamand, Miami Connection

1955-02-02

Michael Talbott, Waverly Iowa, actor (Stan-Miami Vice)

1955-03-09

Fernando Bujones, Miami Fla, ballet dancer

1955-06-17

Dan Alexander, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1955-08-19

Cecil Johnson, Miami Dolphins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1955-11-29

Mike Hawkins, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1956-02-07

Manzanita, Miami Vice

1956-05-02

Peter Hutcheson, Miami Sands

1956-11-29

Y.K. Kim, Miami Connection

1957-04-13

Saundra Santiago, Bronx NY, actress (Gina-Miami Vice)

1957-04-17

Sheri St. Claire, Miami Spice

1957-09-01

Gloria Estefan, [Fajardo], Havana, singer (Miami Sound Machine-Conga)

1957-10-04

Christina Smith, Miami FL, playmate (Mar, 1978)

1957-11-09

Eric Sievers, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1958-01-05

Joe Cribbs, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1958-01-24

Chris Gray, Miami Vice

1958-03-31

Andy Hawkins, Miami Dolphins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1958-06-26

Glen Stewart Godwin, Miami Fla, murderer (FBI Most Wanted)

1958-08-13

Kathryn Graf, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

1958-08-15

Cliff Odom, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1958-11-23

David Wallace, Miami, actor (General Hospital, Babysitter, Humongus)

1958-12-06

Kelly Farrell, Miami Vice

1958-9-20

David Overstreet, Miami Dolphins vs. Los Angeles Raiders

1959-03-28

David Shula, Miami

1959-04-02

Victoria Jackson, Miami Florida, comedian (SNL, Casual Sex)

1959-04-22

Freeman McNeil, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1959-05-10

Dan Schayes, NBA center/forward (Miami Heat, Orlando Magic)

1959-07-10

Rocky Klever, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1959-07-25

Pete Holohan, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1959-07-27

Hugh Green, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1959-07-28

Joni Siani, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

1959-08-03

Victoria Jackson, Miami Fla, actress (Casual Sex, Saturday Night Live, UHF)

1959-11-05

Vincent Hirsch, Miami Connection

1959-12-08

E.J. Junior, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1960-02-29

Stephen Curwick, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

1960-04-25

Art Schlichter, Miami Dolphins vs. Baltimore Colts

1960-05-17

Fiona Hutchison, Miami Fla, actress (One Life to Live, Guiding Light)

1960-07-07

Barbara Bierman, Miami Fla, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-13th-1994)

1960-10-12

Lulu Gargiulo, Reno 911!: Miami

1960-12-04

Scottpatrick J. Sellitto, Miami Vice

1960-12-28

Terri Garber, Miami FL, actress (Leslie Carrington-Dynasty)

1961-01-10

Janet Jones, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

1961-01-22

Vince Newsome, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1961-04-10

Olivia Brown, Frankfurt GFR, actress (Det Trudy Joplin-Miami Vice)

1961-06-28

Jeff Malone, NBA guard (Washington Bullets, Miami Heat)

1961-07-18

Terry Taylor, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1961-08-22

John Kidd, NFL punter (Miami Dolphins)

1961-08-22

John Kidd, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1961-09-15

Dan Marino, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, NFL quarterback (Miami Dolphins)

1961-10-12

Chris Foerster, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1961-11-08

Eric Martin, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins

1961-9-23

Ed Reynolds, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1962-01-31

Blaise Winter, Miami Dolphins vs. San Diego Chargers

1962-03-10

Tab Thacker, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

1962-04-03

Danielle, Miami Spice

1962-05-01

Gary Clark, NFL wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1962-05-30

John Alt, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins

1962-08-25

Ron Heller, NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1962-08-25

Ron Heller, Detroit Lions vs. Miami Dolphins

1962-08-30

Ricky Sanders, NFL wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1962-09-28

Irving Fryar, NFL wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1962-10-30

Danny Tartabull, Miami FL, outfielder (NY Yankees, Chicago White Sox)

1962-12-31

Tyrone Corbin, NBA forward (Miami Heat, Atlanta Hawks)

1962-9-16

Mark Boyer, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1962-9-23

Mike Charles, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1963-02-04

Stephanie Alese Jorden, A Miami Tail

1963-02-09

Bonnie Levin, Miami Beach Fla, WPVA volleyballer

1963-02-25

Tom McHale, NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1963-03-19

Nancy Rodriguez, Miami Vice

1963-06-04

T. Rafael Cimino, Miami Vice

1963-07-09

Pamela Annette Sanders, Miami Florida, playmate (November, 1985)

1963-09-04

Donna Wilkins, Miami FL, LPGA golfer (1987 S&H Golf Classic-5th)

1963-10-14

Keith Byars, NFL running back (Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots)

1963-11-25

Bernie Kosar, NFL quarterback (Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns)

1964-08-19

Eric Le Boloc'h, Les amies de Miami

1964-10-23

Brent Williams, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1964-10-28

Lenny Harris, Miami FL, infielder (Cin Reds)

1964-11-09

Mayo Sanchez, Miami Vice

1964-11-11

Dan Saleaumua, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins

1964-11-22

Gene Atkins, NFL safety (Miami Dolphins)

1964-9-21

Danny Villa, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1965-01-03

Daniel Stubbs, NFL defensive end (Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins)

1965-01-11

Olivia Barash, Miami Fla, actress (Laura-Out of the Blue)

1965-04-15

Mark Dennis, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins

1965-06-30

Scott Schwedes, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1965-07-12

Michael Stewart, NFL safety (Miami Dolphins)

1965-07-12

Michael Stewart, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins

1965-09-09

Dan Majerle, NBA guard (Miami Heat)

1965-10-05

Trace Armstrong, NFL defensive end (Miami Dolphins)

1965-10-10

Brett Perriman, NFL wide receiver (Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins)

1965-11-02

Chuck Klingbeil, NFL nose tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1965-11-23

Don Frye, Miami Vice

1965-12-04

A.B. Brown, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1965-12-21

Rodney Thomas, New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins

1966-01-19

Ronnie Williams, NFL tight end (Miami Dolphins)

1966-01-20

Bert Weidner, NFL guard (Miami Dolphins)

1966-03-09

Louis Oliver, NFL safety (Miami Dolphins)

1966-03-09

Louis Oliver, Miami Dolphins vs. Arizona Cardinals

1966-03-23

James Saxon, Detroit Lions vs. Miami Dolphins

1966-03-25

Jeff Cross, NFL defensive end (Miami Dolphins)

1966-03-25

Jeff Cross, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins

1966-04-13

Antolin Leiva, Miami Connection

1966-04-19

Gord Reece, Miami Cum

1966-05-26

Anthony Edwards, Miami Dolphins vs. Arizona Cardinals

1966-09-01

Tim Hardaway, NBA guard (Miami Heat)

1966-10-09

Mike Williams, NFL wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1966-10-09

Mike Williams, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Miami Dolphins

1966-11-04

Bubba McDowell, The Officials for Miami losing the 2003 Fiesta Bowl

1966-9-04

Janette Littledove, Miami Spice

1967-01-05

J B Brown, NFL cornerback (Miami Dolphins, Pittsburgh Steelers)

1967-01-05

J.B. Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Miami Dolphins

1967-01-11

Richmond Webb, NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1967-01-29

Stacey King, NBA forward/center (Miami Heat)

1967-02-20

Chris Singleton, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1967-04-28

Pete Stoyanovich, NFL kicker (Miami Dolphins, KC Chiefs)

1967-05-21

Tracy Simien, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami Dolphins

1967-06-17

Keith Sims, NFL guard (Miami Dolphins)

1967-06-22

Eric Green, NFL tight end (Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens)

1967-09-16

Bernie Parmalee, NFL running back (Miami Dolphins)

1967-10-05

Rex Chapman, NBA guard (Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns)

1967-10-10

Frank Wainright, tight end (Miami Dolphins)

1967-12-15

Keith Askins, NBA guard/forward (Miami Heat)

1967-12-18

Dan McGwire, NFL quarterback (Miami Dolphins)

1967-12-21

Terry Mills, NBA forward (Miami Heat, Detroit Pistons)

1967-9-16

Bernie Parmalee, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1967-9-29

David Veach, Reno 911!: Miami

1968-02-17

Bryan Cox, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears)

1968-05-14

Fernando Leuthner, Miami Connection

1968-05-18

Ernie Logan, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1968-05-25

Shawn Bouwens, Detroit Lions vs. Miami Dolphins

1968-05-31

Duane Causwell, NBA center (Miami Heat, Sacramento Kings)

1968-06-14

Eric Murdock, NBA guard (Vancouver Grizzlies, Miami Heat)

1968-06-14

Tony Smith, NBA guard (Miami Heat)

1968-10-08

Frankie Smith, NFL cornerback (Miami Dolphins, SF 49ers)

1969-01-13

Robert Wilson, NFL running back (Miami Dolphins)

1969-01-13

Robert Wilson, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Miami Dolphins

1969-04-04

Carlos Reyes, Miami FL, pitcher (Oakland A's)

1969-04-19

Carlos Reyes, Miami FL, pitcher (Oakland A's)

1969-04-21

Dwight Hollier, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1969-05-17

Craig Erickson, NFL quarterback (Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins)

1969-08-13

Alex Fernandez, Miami Beach FL, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1969-08-18

Isaac Austin, NBA center (Miami Heat)

1969-09-21

Randal Hill, NFL wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1969-09-24

Andrew Greene, NFL guard (Miami Dolphins, Saskatchewan Roughriders)

1969-10-09

Charles Jordan, wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1969-10-14

P J Brown, NBA center/forward (NJ Nets, Miami Heat)

1969-10-25

Corey Harris, NFL cornerback (Seattle Seahawks, Miami Dolphins)

1969-10-25

Larry Thomas, Miami FL, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1969-11-03

Leslie Shepherd, Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

1969-11-04

Miguel Gorordo, Miami Connection

1969-12-02

O J McDuffie, NFL wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1969-12-13

Jonathan Hetz, Miami Connection

1969-12-18

Marco Coleman, NFL defensive end (Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers)

1970-01-20

Terry Kirby, NFL running back (Miami Dolphins, SF 49ers)

1970-01-20

Kerri Kenney, Reno 911!: Miami

1970-02-08

Alonzo Mourning, NBA center (Miami Heat, Charlotte Hornets)

1970-02-12

Lamar Thomas, NFL wide receiver (Tampa Bay Bucs, Miami Dolphins)

1970-02-26

Sasha Danilovic, NBA guard (Miami Heat)

1970-03-12

Rex Walters, NBA guard (Phila 76ers, Miami Heat)

1970-04-05

Tim Jacobs, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins)

1970-04-16

Steve Emtman, NFL defensive tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1970-04-16

Walt Williams, NBA forward/guard (Toronto Raptors, Miami Heat)

1970-05-23

Ricky Gutierrez, Miami FL, infielder (Houston Astros)

1970-06-08

Troy Vincent, NFL cornerback (Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-06-19

Chris Gray, NFL guard (Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears)

1970-06-29

Troy Drayton, tight end (Miami Dolphins)

1970-07-14

Mark Strickland, NBA forward (Miami Heat)

1970-07-30

Ed Hawthorne, NFL defensive tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1970-08-05

Everett McIver, NFL guard (NY Jets, Miami Dolphins)

1970-10-28

Bracey Walker, NFL safety (Cin Bengals, Miami Dolphins)

1970-11-08

Qadry Ismail, NFL wide receiver (Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins)

1970-11-28

Todd Perry, Houston Texans vs. Miami Dolphins

1970-11-30

James Brown, tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1970-12-21

Irving Spikes, NFL running back (Miami Dolphins)

1971-02-11

John Bock, NFL center (NY Jets, Miami Dolphins)

1971-02-18

George Teague, NFL safety (Miami Dolphins, Green Bay Packers)

1971-05-01

Ethan Albright, NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills)

1971-06-07

Terrell Buckley, NFL cornerback (Miami Dolphins)

1971-06-10

DeWayne Dotson, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1971-06-11

Dion Foxx, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1971-06-15

Tanya Memme, Miami, FL

1971-07-08

Jeff Kopp, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1971-08-01

Kendra Silvera, Miami Ink

1971-08-14

Sean Hill, NFL cornerback (Miami Dolphins)

1971-08-15

Priscilla Taylor, Miami FLA, playmate (Mar, 1996)

1971-08-30

Aubrey Beavers, NFL/WLAF linebacker (Miami Dolphins, Rhein Fire)

1971-10-14

Derrick Rodgers, linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1972-03-27

Kirby Dar Dar, wide reciever (Miami Dolphins)

1972-03-29

Alex Ochoa, Miami FL, outfielder (NY Mets)

1972-04-07

Malcolm Huckaby, NBA guard (Miami Heat)

1972-04-27

Tim Ruddy, NFL center (Miami Dolphins)

1972-05-09

Amy Tomberlin, Miami Vice

1972-06-10

Pat Johnson, NFL safety (Miami Dolphins)

1972-06-17

James McKnight, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1972-06-21

Billy Milner, NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1972-06-26

Jerris McPhail, running back (Miami Dolphins)

1972-08-02

Lee McClinton, NFL running back (Miami Dolphins)

1972-09-04

Norman Hand, NFL defensive tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1972-10-04

Kurt Thomas, NBA forward (Dallas Mavericks, Miami Heat)

1972-10-28

Calvin Jackson, NFL cornerback (Miami Dolphins)

1972-11-29

Jamal Mashburn, NBA forward (Miami Heat, Dallas Mavericks)

1972-12-21

Shyla Foxx, Miami

1972-12-28

Jim Kitts, WLAF running back (Frankfurt Galaxy, Miami Dolphins)

1973-01-25

Anthony Harris, linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1973-02-07

Tim Bowens, NFL defensive tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1973-02-07

Tim Bowens, Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

1973-02-25

Daryl Gardener, defensive end (Miami Dolphins)

1973-04-08

Alex Gonzalez, Miami FL, infielder (Toronto Blue Jays)

1973-05-14

Voshon Lenard, NBA guard (Miami Heat)

1973-05-31

Marty Janzen, Miami FL, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1973-06-06

Olindo Mare, kicker (Miami Dolphins)

1973-10-23

Shawn Wooden, free safety (Miami Dolphins)

1973-11-21

Brent Smith, tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1973-11-25

Yatil Green, wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1973-12-03

Gilbert Quintana, Miami Vice

1973-12-10

Bernard Holsey, Washington Redskins vs. Miami Dolphins

1973-12-12

Stanley Pritchett, running back (Miami Dolphins)

1973-9-14

Natalie Bach, Miami Hot Talk

1974-01-18

Shane Burton, defensive tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1974-02-11

Ronnie Ward, linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1974-04-23

Sam Madison, cornerback (Miami Dolphins)

1974-06-28

Karim Abdul-Jabaar, running back (Miami Dolphins)

1974-08-07

Jeff Buckey, tackle (Miami Dolphins)

1974-10-02

Robert Edwards, Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

1974-10-29

Mike Crawford, linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

1974-9-01

Ed Perry, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1975-01-01

Mahrie Reid, Miami Vice

1975-03-04

Leyla Sfeir, I Love Miami

1975-04-22

Brian Manning, wide receiver (Miami Dolphins)

1975-06-12

Ilan Krigsfeld, Miami Vice

1975-06-26

Stacey Mack, Houston Texans vs. Miami Dolphins

1975-08-03

N.D. Kalu, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1975-08-22

Charles C Smith, NBA guard (Miami Heat)

1975-12-12

Erica Vilardi, Miami

1976-03-21

L.J. Shelton, Miami Dolphins vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1976-04-10

Anthony Clement, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1976-09-30

Adita Linares, Miami Fla, spanish actress (Clueless, Cookie)

1976-10-27

Arturo Freeman, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1976-11-05

Aviel Papo, Miami Beach: Fabulous Fifties

1976-11-12

Rob Konrad, Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

1977-01-27

Miami Themo, Potlatch

1977-05-28

Ashley Ryan Ruiz Offord, Miami Fla, singer (Menudo-Cannonball)

1977-07-07

Chris Gehrt, CSI: Miami

1977-11-30

Brannon Rhodes, Miami

1978-05-23

Beatriz Montañez, I Love Miami

1978-07-07

Anthony Gonzales, Dance Moms: Miami

1978-11-12

Renaldo Hill, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1979-02-12

Breven Angaelica Warren, Miami Vice

1979-03-13

David Martin, Miami Dolphins vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1979-04-18

Kourtney Kardashian, Welcome Back to Miami

1979-06-30

Travis Minor, Miami Dolphins vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1979-08-04

Brandi Siegel, Miami Fla, rhythmic gymnast (Olympics-96)

1979-12-04

Jennifer Elizabeth, CSI: Miami

1979-9-10

Kristina Vanni, Dateless in Miami

1980-04-08

Sam Davis, Miami Dolphins vs. San Diego Chargers

1980-05-15

Grace Hichez, A Miami Tail

1980-07-20

Suzanne Willard, Miami Guns

1980-10-06

Annik Nayler, Miami Caliente vs. Tampa Breeze

1980-12-18

Everlayn Borges, Miami Vice

1980-9-08

Neferteri Shepherd, A Miami Tail

1980-9-10

Valerie Zach, Natale a Miami

1981-04-26

Wade Smith, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins

1981-05-08

Mike Risco, Miami Vice

1981-07-20

Nicole Ricca, A Miami Tail

1981-9-14

Lousaka Polite, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

1982-01-28

Rex Hadnot, Miami Dolphins vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1982-02-17

Drew Whitaker, Animate! Miami

1982-05-25

Joe Berger, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

1983-02-28

Andrea Ownbey, Miss Howard Stern in Miami

1983-05-07

Salema Taylor, A Miami Tail

1983-12-01

Ivan Mladenovic, Miami Vice

1983-12-14

Randy Starks, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

1983-9-22

Scott Uhlfelder, Miami Vice

1984-04-20

Anthony Fasano, New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins

1984-06-13

Tania Simbron, Miami Vice

1985-02-09

Mark J. Williams, Destination Miami: Part 2

1985-07-02

Chad Henne, New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins

1985-9-13

Davone Bess, New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins

1987-02-15

Michael Zernow, The Tribe Vs. Miami Freerunning

1987-07-14

Sean Smith, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

1987-10-18

Zac Efron, TV actor, born in San Luis Obispo, California, USA (CSI: Miami, ER)

1987-11-28

Leah Wilde, Miami Pink

1988-01-27

Cherry Lane, Miami

1992-02-14

Rose Chiauzzi, Red Heat in Miami

1993-02-17

Stevens Escobar, Miami Boheme

Miami - Notable Weddings

Don ShulaOct 16, 1993

Jennifer LopezFeb 22, 1997

Jimmy JohnsonJul 18, 1999

Keith HernandezFeb 14, 2005

Amy WinehouseMay 18, 2007

Miami - Weddings
Date Event
1941-12-30

Al Capone's son Sonny marries in Miami Beach

1978-09-02

Gloria Fajardo (21) marries Emilio Estefan (25) (Miami Sound Machine)

1993-10-16

NFL coach Don Shula (28) weds second wife Mary Anne Stephens at St Joseph's Catholic Church in Miami Beach

1996-05-04

"CSI Miami" actor David Caruso (40) weds flight attendant Margaret Buckley (33)

1997-02-22

Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez (27) weds Ojani Noa on the grounds of a friend's Miami home

1999-07-18

Miami Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson (56) weds longtime girlfriend Rhonda Rookmaaker (45) in the Florida Keys

2004-03-03

University of Miami star defensive tackle & probable NFL draft pick Vince Wilfork (22) weds Bianca Farinas at Little White Chapel in Las Vegas

2005-01-29

"New York Mets" catcher Mike Piazza (36) weds former "Baywatch" actress Alicia Rickter (32) at St. Jude Catholic Church in Miami, Florida

2005-02-14

Retired baseball player Keith Hernandez (51) weds Kai Thompson in Miami Beach, Florida

2005-06-09

"Good Morning, Miami" actor Mark Feuerstein (34) weds TV writer/producer Dana Klein at The Four Seasons-Biltmore Hotel in Santa Barbara, California

2006-02-10

"Creed" former lead singer Scott Stapp (32) weds Miss New York USA 2004 winner Jaclyn Nesheiwat (25) in Miami

2006-05-28

"Average Joe" actor Adam Mesh (30) weds Jessica Malca in Miami, Florida

2007-05-18

Grammy award-winning singer Amy Winehouse (23) weds former video production assistant Blake Fielder-Civil (25) in Miami, Florida

2012-06-30

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (32) weds longtime girlfriend Kijfa Frink at the Fontainebleau resort in Miami Beach, Florida

2013-10-12

Grammy award-winning record producer Pharrell Williams (40) weds model Helen Lasichanh in Miami, Florida

2013-11-09

"Mad Men" star Jared Harris (52) weds lighting designer and TV host Allegra Riggio on a yacht in Miami

Miami - Divorces
Date Event
2010-09-30

"CSI: Miami" actor Eddie Cibrian (36) divorces actress Brandi Glanville (37) due to irreconcilable differences after eight years of marriage

Miami - Notable Deaths

Meyer LanskyJan 15, 1983

Miami - Deaths
Date Event
1933-02-15

Anton J Cermak, (Mayor-D-Chicago), assassinated in Miami

1962-11-17

Arthur Vining Davis, CEO (Alcoa-1910-57), dies at 95 in Miami

1978-02-18

Charlotte Greenwood, actress (Oklahoma, Moon over Miami), dies at 84

1979-12-25

Lee Bowman, actor (Ellery Queen, Miami Undercover), dies at 64

1981-07-01

Rusty Chambers, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1983-01-15

Meyer Lansky, reputed mobster, dies in Miami Beach Fla at 80

1984-06-24

David Overstreet, Miami Dolphins vs. Los Angeles Raiders

1985-02-08

Tom Greenway, actor (Miami Story), dies of a heart attack at 75

1990-01-07

Joseph Robbie, lawyer/NFL owner (Miami Dolphins), dies at 73

1993-04-18

Arthur P Smith, US founder of Miami Planetarium, dies at 76

1999-04-11

Peter Hutcheson, Miami Sands

2002-09-05

Florence Lessing, Moon Over Miami

2004-12-05

Manzanita, Miami Vice

2006-04-11

Woo-sang Park, Miami Connection

2006-11-07

Bryan Pata, American football defensive tackle (University of Miami) (murdered) (b. 1981)

2007-12-28

Tab Thacker, Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach

2012-02-16

Mike Current, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

2013-06-19

Dave Jennings, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

2013-09-13

Rick Casares, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

2013-11-01

John Mazur, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

2015-05-20

Steve Snapp, The Officials for Miami losing the 2003 Fiesta Bowl


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