Am. Actor (b: 1925) - The Dirty Dozen, Capone (as Bugs Moran), Mackenna's Gold, The Killers, The Car, I Escaped From Devil's Island, The Killing Of A Chinese Bookie, Slaughter, many TV guest appearances (1962-1989)
Actress & Director: The Heart is the Lonely Hunter, Willard, Bronco Billy, Every Which Way but Loose, Any Which Way You Can, The Gauntlet, The Outlaw Josey Wales, Sudden Impact, Death Game, Ratboy, Impulse
World champion boxer who beat Saoul Mamby for the WBC world Jr Welterweight championship. He defended the title twice before losing it to Bruce Curry, losing to Curry in a rematch and to Billy Costello during further title regaining attempts
Actor (b: '33) - Fame (TV - 54 eps. as Quentin Morloch), Ellery Queen '75-'76, Rich Man Poor Man 2, Murder She Wrote, Switch (TV), Dynasty, Gunsmoke (12 episodes + 1 TV movie), Skyjacked, The Domino Principle, Thelma & Louise, The Stepford Children, SOB
Norwegian Army officer and broadcaster. He is known for his resistance work during World War II and his post-war war information work. He is also the last veteran of the legendary WW2 'Heroes of the Telemark' raid. He is now 96
former college/NFL defensive tackle; played for University of Maryland, Redskins, Steelers, Giants & Browns; member of College Football Hall of Fame; coached Browns in 1977; 1X Pro Bowler; 2X All-American; 1952 Outland Trophy winner
Character Actor (1960s,70s,80s+90s); starting with Gomer Pyle,U.S.M.C. and onto: Daniel Boone (4 episodes); Starsky and Hutch; The Dukes of Hazzard; Hotel; Hunter; Die Hard 2; and more like 'The Witch Who Came From The Sea' (1976); and 'Mr. (Tom) Horn'
Deemed the 'mother of comfort food,' Dorcas Reilly led the team that created the Green Bean Casserole in 1955, while working as a staff member in the Home Economics department of the Campbell Soup Company
MLB pitcher in 1959 for White Sox. In 2 career games he pitched 5 1/3 innings allowing 2 hits and 3.38 ERA. Went 1 for 3 at plate, scoring run and getting a RBI. Also played for Nankia Hawks & Taiyo Whales of the Japanese Pacific League
American Actor born 1925.Det.Stratton on 'Bodies of Evidence'(1992-94),'French Connection','Fisher King','Frankie and Johnny','Return to Horror High','Naked Gun 21/2','Parasite','Dynasty','Home Improvement','Seinfeld','ALF'
former college/NFL running back; played for LSU, Packers & Saints; member of Pro Football Hall of Fame (1976); All-American; 5X Pro Bowler; 3X NFL champion; 1X Super Bowl champion; 1962 NFL MVP; member of NFLs 1960 All-Decade Team; member of Packers HOF
American actress born 1935.today she lives in Mokelumne Hill C.A.,with husband,singer Randy Sparks.'The FBI Story','High School Confidential!','Sing Boy Sing','The Bob Cummings Show','Many Loves of Dobie Gillis'
former college/NFL/AAFC halfback/defensive back; played for Indiana University, Los Angeles Dons, Dallas Texans, New York Yanks Eagles & Colts; 3X Pro Bowler; member of College Football Hall of Fame; first African-American drafted by an NFL club
Actress: Days of our Lives, General Hospital, UFOria, Irish Vampire Goes West, Amityville - The Evil Escapes, Lou Grant, Lazarus Syndrome, The F.B.I., Hawaiian Eye, Uncle Vanya, Maverick, How the West Was Won, Profiler
Actress (b: 1944)- Live A Little Love A Little, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, The Velvet Vampire, Eve (title role), Beast of Blood, Scorpio, The Mechanic, Star Trek (1). Miss Rheingold Beer 1964. Nutrition Professor - Pacific Western University. Author
Actor - In Cold Blood, The Right Stuff, The Great Gatsby, The Grissom Gang, The Gypsy Moths, Exorcist 3, Castle Keep, The New Centurions, The Aviator, Dead Man Walking, CSI, Shiloh 1-2-3, In The Heat Of The Night, The Passover Plot, The Walking Dead
Dallas OBGYN on staff at Parkland Hospital when JFK arrived after shooting. One of the first doctors to see Kennedy, he was told to bring a stretcher to the emergency bay, and there was shocked to find the limo scene. Helped remove Kennedy from the limo,
MLB pitcher from 1968-80 for Angels, Pilots, Brewers, Red Sox, Royals. All - Star. Known as 'Bulldog or Duck'. 1972 went 17-13 with 3.24 ERA. In 1980 World Series had 1 IP, no hits, no runs and struckout 2 batters