Warhol, who died in 1987, was a devout Catholic who went to church every day to pray, Shiner said, and he's buried near his parents at the St.
John the Baptist Byzantine Catholic Cemetery in the Pittsburgh suburbs.
The Warhol gravesite also is documented in artist Madelyn Roehrig's ongoing art project "Figments: Conversations with Andy." Roehrig videotapes people who visit the grave and photographs the many objects adoring fans leave there.
Hundreds of people visit Warhol's grave every year, often leaving pop culture items featured in his artworks, such as Campbell's Soup cans and Coca-Cola bottles.
She worked her way through school at various jobs, including a stint at the very first Fisher-Price toy factory making toys by hand...
Muscular African American sports star, actor, media identity and inventor of the phenomenally popular "Tae Bo" fitness system, derived from his extensive martial arts training.
Born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania, Shannon spent her entire childhood performing in any way she could.
Marilyn Burns was born Mary Lynn Ann Burns on May 7, 1949 in Erie, Pennsylvania, and raised in Houston, Texas.
Off-Broadway directed, co-wrote and starred in 'Scrambled Feet'.
Wrote the Book and Lyrics for 'Shogun: The Musical'.
Buxom blonde Alberta Nelson appeared in a string of teen beach movies, including Beach Party, Muscle Beach Party and How to Stuff a Wild Bikini.
Nelson played "Puss," one of the leather clad "Rat Pack" (aka "Rats & Mice") biker gang.