Martin Luther King  American Activist

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Martin Luther King passed away on 4th Apr 1968 aged 39.


Martin Luther King was previously married to Coretta Scott King (1953 - 1968).

Martin Luther King had 4 children, Yolanda Denise (60), Martin Luther III (58), Dexter Scott (55) and Bernice Albertine (53).


Martin Luther King is a 39 year old American Activist. Born Michael King, Jr. on 15th January, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and educated at Booker T. Washington High School, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, he is famous for Civil rights activist. His zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Martin Luther King is a member of the following lists: Baptist socialists, Activists for African-American civil rights and People on Indian postage stamps.


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Dating History

Partner Comparison

Martin Luther King39 CapricornActivist
Coretta Scott King78 TaurusActivist


Yolanda Denise
Female17th November, 195560 years old
Martin Luther III
Male23rd October, 195758 years old
Dexter Scott
Male30th January, 196155 years old
Bernice Albertine
Female28th March, 196353 years old


Posted commentsView all comments (78)

marcus28Dec 22, 2014

Martin Luther King Jr is one of the most amazing and influential people on the planet. He helped all men and women be created equal with one another with different races. You are a legend. You were always very thoughtful and smart. I wish I could meet you in person, if you were still alive. May your legacy live on forever. You are a very inspirational human being.

smashaveApr 30, 2014

RIP Martin Luther King your my favourite star fighting for the people your leagcy will live forever I love your strong speeches about people should get alone with each other. It doesn't matter if you are black,brown and White we are all humans and we are the same RIP

GeorgiaMay 18, 2010

im doing a speech on him!!!

jkadMay 12, 2010

the one that says (hes black)seems racist and how cant you tell

john jacobsApr 21, 2010

hes black

victoriaFeb 6, 2010

i luz martin luther king jr

DaliaJan 17, 2010

Happy Birthday Martin:]

DaliaJan 3, 2010

Martin,you are the greates,It would be awsome if you were alive and meet the presedent

teApr 20, 2009

where are the other women at?

wdweditorialApr 10, 2009

I love listening to his words

CindyCelebsApr 5, 2009

A great leader and a wonderful man.

CindyCelebsApr 3, 2009

A great, powerful, and wonderful man. He is most missed...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American Baptist minister, activist, humanitarian, and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using...

Confirmed Relationships1
Longest Relationship15 yrs, 3 mths
Shortest Relationship15 yrs, 3 mths
Average Relationship Length15 yrs, 3 mths
First Name Martin
Middle Name Luther
Last Name King
Full Name at Birth Michael King, Jr.
Age 39 (age at death) years
Birthday 15th January, 1929
Birthplace Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Died 4th April, 1968
Place of Death Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Cause of Death Assassination
Height 5' 6½" (169 cm)
Build Average
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Black
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Sexuality Straight
Religion Baptist
Ethnicity Black
Nationality American
High School Booker T. Washington High School, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
University B.A., History, Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia, United States (1948), B.Div, Crozer Theological Seminary, Chester, Pennsylvania, United States (1951), Ph.D, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1955)
Occupation Text Activist, Preacher
Occupation Activist
Claim to Fame Civil rights activist
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