Skokie Fun Facts
The unemployment rate of Skokie was 6.19% in the year 2008.
In 1980, the attempted Illinois Nazi march on Skokie was parodied in the film The Blues Brothers and later dramatised in the television movie, Skokie in 1981.
Skokie is located in Cook County, Illinois, United States of America.
There were 23,208 households in Skokie in the year 2008 according to data from United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Per the census of 2000, the Village of Skokie was composed of 63,348 people who formed in 23,223 households containing 17,045 families.
Sample list of famous people who were born in Skokie:
- Jonathan Kite ( Actor )
- Gina Coconato ( Actor )
- Dean Fortunato ( Actor )
- Nathan Geist ( Actor and Soldier )
- Azhar Usman ( Comedian, Writer, Actor and Film Producer )
- Sunil Malhotra ( Actor, Voice Actor, Screenwriter, Theatre Director and Film Director )
- Lucy Rendler-Kaplan ( Actor )
- David Pevsner ( Actor )
- George Kotsiopoulos ( Actor )
- Bobby Ciraldo ( Film Producer, Actor, Screenwriter, Film Director, Television Director, Television producer, Disc jockey and Programmer )
- J.A. Konrath ( Novelist and Writer )
- Nancy Lee Grahn ( Actor )
- Jessy Schram ( Actor )
- Rashard Mendenhall ( American football player )
- Brent Novoselsky ( American football player )
- Mike O'Brien ( Swimmer )
- Rob Ambrose ( Coach and American Football coach )
- Brenda A. Ferber
- Gary Feinerman
- Shareen Wornson ( Film Editor and Film Producer )
- Derek Klein ( Film Producer, Cinematographer, Screenwriter, Film Editor and Film Director )
- Susan Kaufmann ( Costume Designer )
- Sheri Singer ( Film Producer )
- Emily Naphtal
- Jenny Klein ( Screenwriter )
- Erin Heatherton ( Fashion and Model )
- Coby Linder
- Cory Dolins
- Nick Castaneda ( Cinematographer and Film Editor )
- Peter Oberth
- Mindy Segal ( Pastry chef )
- Aidan Conlon
- Julie Jacobson ( Photographer )
- Mike Mersch
There were about 15,899 mortgages in Skokie in the year 2008 according to data from United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The skokie was started in 1988 and now has over 70 sculptures.
Skokie is about 26.00 square kilometers with a population of 65,066 in the year 2011.
Skokie's official website is http://www.skokie.org
There were about 587 foreclosures in Skokie in the year 2008 according to data from United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
There were 25,207 addresses in Skokie in the year 2008 according to data from United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Construction has been completed on a new Yellow Line train station at Oakton Street, to serve downtown Skokie and environs.
Population of Skokie was 65,066 in the year 2011.
The skokie opened April 30, 2012.
Skokie's geo-coordinates are 42.0333° N, 87.7428° W.