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On this day – May 4th

Posted on: Tue 4 May 2021

On this day in history:

In 2008 Seth MacFarlane reaches an agreement worth $100 million with Fox to keep “Family Guy” and “American Dad” on television until 2012.

This makes MacFarlane the world’s highest paid television writer. He has also written ‘The Clevland Show” and movies “Ted” and “A Million Ways to Die in the West”, which he also starred in.

Also in this day in history, in 1971, Greenpeace Foundation was founded. It originally went under the name “Don’t Make a Wave Committee”

Also, it would have been Audrey Hepburn’s 92nd birthday, if she was still alive.

The film and fashion icon died of cancer at age 63.

Produced by Kate Johnson

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