Here's a look at the life of physician Conrad Murray, convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.
Personal: Birth date: February 19, 1953
Birth place: St. Andrews, Grenada
Birth name: Conrad Robert Murray
Father: Rawle Andrews, physician
Mother: Milta Murray
Marriages: Dr. Blanche (Bonnick) Murray (unknown-present); Zufan Tesfai (October 17, 1984-August 26, 1988)
Children: with Blanche: two children; with Nicole Alvarez: a son; Murray has several other children with different mothers
Education: Texas Southern University, BS, 1983; Meharry Medical College, MD, 1989
Other Facts: He has had a history of financial trouble and has owed hundreds of thousands of dollars related to unpaid bills, child support payments and defaults on educational loans.
Is reported to have received $150,000 a month to be Michael Jackson's personal physician.
Murray was raised by his maternal grandparents in Grenada until he was seven, when he moved to Trinidad and Tobago to join his mother and stepfather.
Before going to medical school, he worked as a teacher, a customs clerk, and an insurance underwriter.
What is Propofol? Propofol, also called Diprivan, is a short acting intravenous anesthetic used to put patients to sleep during hospital procedures.
It is not intended for home use, because of the usual lack of equipment required for emergency resuscitation.
Dr. Conrad Murray was treating Jackson for insomnia, and told detectives he gave Jackson 50 mg of propofol each night diluted with the anesthetic lidocaine via an intravenous drip, but lowered the dosage to 25 mg and combined it with other drugs in an attempt to wean Jackson off the drugs.
Timeline: 1980s - Moves to the United States to study medicine.
1991 - Is licensed to practice medicine in California.
1999 - Is licensed to practice medicine in Nevada.
2005 - Is licensed to practice medicine in Texas.
2000 - Opens Global Cardiovascular Associates, Las Vegas, Nevada.
2006 - Opens Acres Home Heart And Vascular Institute, Houston, Texas.
December 2006 - Meets Michael Jackson for the first time when Murray treats one of Jackson's children in Las Vegas.
May 2009 - Is hired by Jackson's promoter to be Jackson's personal physician during his upcoming concert tour.
June 25, 2009 - Murray reportedly finds Jackson unconscious and unsuccessfully performs CPR. Jackson doesn't respond to resuscitation attempts and dies the same day.