American Actress- TV Series - 'Hotel' (1983-1987), 'The $10,000 Pyramid' (1984-1988), 'GSN Live' (2008-2009), 'Party at Home' (1997), 'Blackout' (1988). Movie - 'The Grace Kelly Story' (1983), 'Superstition' (1982), 'Child Bride Of Short Creek' (1981)
French Female Former Professional Figure Skater And Trampoline Athlete - European Championships Skating 5 Gold Medals -Lady's Singles-Sofia(1991), Lausanne(1992), Helsinki(1993), Copenhagen(1994), Dortmund(1995). Trampoline World Champs Silver (1986)
American Female Political Strategist, Campaign Manager, Political Analyst, Author, And Fox News Contributor - Al Gore's Presidential Campaign Manager (2000). Chair of the Democratic National Committee (2011, And 2016-2017)
American Female Actress - TV Series - 'Parker Lewis Can't Lose' (1990-1993), 'Rugrats' (1991-2005), 'Fridays'; (1980-1982), 'Challenge of the Superfriends' (1978), 'Jumanji - The Animated Series' (1996-1999), 'All Grown Up!' (2003-2008)
American Voice and TV Actor,Comedian and Writer born 1933.Ensign Parker on 'McHales Navy'(1962-66),Tom Warner on 'Yes Dear'(2001-05),'SpongeBob','Dorf Movies','Hermie&Friends','Air Bud','Married with Children','Laugh In','Hollywood Palace'
Film Director - Them!, many Our Gang shorts, Saps At Sea, Zombies On Broadway, Dick Tracy Vs. Cueball, San Quentin, Follow That Dream, Robin & The 7 Hoods, Harlow, In Like Flint, Tony Rome, Lady In Cement, The Detective, They Call Me MISTER Tibbs!
Actress: Boulevard Nights, Tales of the Gold Monkey, Hardcastle and McCormick, Riptide, The A-Team, MacGyver, Magnum PI, Fear, Star Trek TNG, Dead Badge, McBride, Law & Order LA, Bones, Murder She Wrote
(1892-1976)was an American industrialist. He founded the Getty Oil Company, and in 1957 Fortune magazine named him the richest living American, while the 1966 Guinness Book of Records named him as the world's richest private citizen, worth an estimated
Men's Head Basketball Coach for the University of South Florida. Former Head Basketball Coach at Georgia Tech and Dayton. Former Assistant Coach at Michigan State for their Final Four appearances (1999 & 2000) and 2000 National Championship team
Actor: Miami Vice, Nash Bridges, A Boy and His Dog, Return to Macon County, Dead Bang, Sweet Hearts Dance, Born Yesterday, Guilty as Sin, Machete, Django Unchained, From Dusk Till Dawn, Blood & Oil, Watchmen
MLB first baseman from 1942-57 for 7 teams. 1943-45 WW 2. All-Stars 4x. In 1948 & 55 W.S. batted .348 in 23 at-bats. Best seasons: 1951 with 29 home runs, 117 RBI's with .282 average. 1952 with 22 home runs, 114 RBI's, .296 average. Hit .314 in 1950
Actress - Bewitched (TV - as the second Louise Tate), Peyton Place (TV - as Julie Anderson), Strangers On A Train, Silver City, The French Line, Girls School. Pioneer women's Motocross promoter & rider
former college/NFL guard; played for Georgia Tech University & Buffalo Bills; member of Pro Football Hall of Fame; 8X AFL All-Star; only player ever inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame without ever playing in the NFL; 2X AFL champion
Actress: Supergirl, The Legend of Billie Jean, Ruthless People, The Secret of My Success, Sticky Fingers, Happy Together, Capital News , A House in the Hills, Betrayal of the Dove, Lassie, The Lying Game, The Young and the Restless, Smallville
Austrian Actress born 1940.'Body in the Web','Carmen Baby','Ali:Fear Eats the Soul','Geierwally','Berlin Alexanderplatz','Guru Jakob','Martha','Welt am Draht'.Lived together with Freddie Mercury (Queen) in the 80tys.Known as German 'Jayne Mansfield'
former college/NFL wide receiver/punter returner; played for Stanford University, Lions, Colts, Cardinals & Vikings; Biletnikoff Award winner 1999; current offensive coordinator at Indiana State University
Actor & brother of Stuart Whitman, born 1946 in TV/movies 1951-83 including: The Bionic Woman, Starsky & Hutch, Quincy ME, Joe Forrester, Kung Fu, Gunsmoke, Cimarron Strip, Hondo, Bonanza, and The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951) as a Sentry
Born December 15, 1969 is a former professional American football defensive end in the National Football League. He played for the Denver Broncos (1993-1996) and the Kansas City Chiefs (1997, 1999-2001)