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TomCat4680 is an American Wikipedian, cat lover, radio and TV lover, DXer, railfan, and planespotter. He has Irish and German ancestry and has lived in Genesee County, Michigan for his entire life. He was born in Flint, Michigan on Easter Sunday, April 6, 1980 and lived in Flint until August of 1985. He then lived in Mundy Township, Michigan for 17 years until September 7, 2002. He currently lives in Mount Morris Township, Michigan with his cat Terra. His primary editing interests are transportation, television, radio, baseball and football articles, but he occasionally edits ones about living people and current events, among others. He is a Democrat and an agnostic. He is a member of the WikiProject Med Foundation and he was given the Cure Award in 2016 and 2017 for his work on Flint water crisis.
- 1 Wikipedia Articles Started by TomCat4680
- 2 Wikipedia Projects That TomCat4680 is involved in
- 3 Fun Facts
- 4 Celebrities with birthdays on April 6
- 5 Official Websites
- 6 TomCat4680's User Boxes
- 7 TomCat4680's Cat Terra's Official Websites
- 8 TomCat4680's Deceased Cat Elvis' (1998-2003) Official Websites
Wikipedia Articles Started by TomCat4680Edit
TomCat4680 started the following Wikipedia articles, and is very proud of all of them:
- WBII-CA (now WBII-CD)
- KITL-LP (now KZTN-LD)
- Housecat Housecall
- Lock N' Load (reality show)
- Detroit Lions Television Network
- Sony Movie Channel
- Discovery Fit & Health (now Discovery Life)
- Xfinity 3D
- Comcast SportsNet Houston (now AT&T SportsNet Southwest)
- Penthouse TV
- Fox Soccer Plus
- Root Sports Utah
- Fox Sports Oklahoma
- Fox Sports Tennessee
- HDNet Movies
- 2009 Detroit Lions season
- 2010 Detroit Lions season
- 2010 Detroit Tigers season
- 2009 Purdue Boilermakers football team
Wikipedia Projects That TomCat4680 is involved inEdit
Media and ElectronicsEdit
- Tomcat4680 is a nonconformist
- TomCat4680 subscribes to Sports Illustrated
- TomCat4680 speaks some Spanish, but is not fluent.
- TomCat4680 attended a taping of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on June 9, 2008 and the guests were Russell Brand, Bill Engvall and Amy Mann. Headlines was the second segment that night.
- TomCat4680 has met Malcolm McDowell, and has seen Michael Moore, Matthew Modine, and Jeff Daniels in person.
Celebrities with birthdays on April 6Edit
Some celebrities that TomCat4680 shares his birthday with are:
- Candace Cameron (1976) - actress (D.J. Tanner on Full House and Fuller House)
- John Ratzenberger (1947) - actor (Cliff Clavin on Cheers)
- Zach Braff (1975) - actor (J.D. on Scrubs)
- Jason Hervey (1972) - actor (Wayne Arnold on The Wonder Years)
- Paul Rudd (1969) - film actor and vampire who was coincidentally also born on Easter Sunday.
- Marilu Henner (1952) - TV and film actress (Ava Evans Newton on Evening Shade, Elaine O'Connor Nardo on Taxi)
- Billy Dee Williams (1937) - film actor
- Barry Levinson (1942) - film director who coincidentally directed TomCat4680's all time favorite movie Rain Man, which he also won the Best Director Oscar award for.
- Mickey Cochrane (1903), a famous Detroit Tigers player. Coincidentally, TomCat4680 is a big Detroit Tigers fan.
- Jesus Christ (according to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
- Michele Bachmann (1956) - politician
- Merle Haggard (1937) - country musician (died on his birthday in 2016)
- Raphael (1483) - Italian painter (died on his birthday in 1520)
- Bert Blyleven (1951) - Hall of Fame baseball player and announcer
- Bison Dele (1969) - NBA player
- James Watson (1928) American molecular biologist, geneticist and zoologist, best known as one of the co-discoverers of the structure of DNA in 1953 with Francis Crick.
- Clay Travis (1979) - Fox Sports Radio host
- John W. Brady (1869) - Judge, lawyer, and convicted murderer
- Edaham (1979) - Shanghai based British Wikipedia editor
- Keith Hunter Jesperson (1955), Canadian-American serial killer ("The Happyface Killer")
- Imani Coppola (1978) American musician ("Legend of a Cowgirl")
- These photos prove Paul Rudd is an ageless vampire, in honor of his 50th birthday Yahoo! News, April 6, 2019
- Easter 1969 Calendar-12.com