John W. Aaron (born 1943) is a former NASA engineer and was a flight controller during the Apollo program. He is widely credited with saving the Apollo 12 mission when it was struck by lightning shortly after liftoff and played important role Apollo 13
American Actress and Singer born 1917.'Till The Clouds Roll By','Glenn Miller Story','Little Woman','Words and Music','Stratton Story','Battle Circus','McConnell Story','Opposite Sex','My Man Godfrey','Three Musketeers'
In 1954 Ed Andrews was the New York Yankees' first Negro League pitcher. Unfortunately Andrews never panned out as expected or he and not Elston Howard would have been the first black player in team history.
b.1/3/1947,American science fiction & Slipstream author. Published her 1st Sci-fi novel in 1992 with 'Cold Allies', about the arrival of extraterrestrials in the midst of a 21st Century WW3 & Brother Termite, Conscience of the Beagle, The Happy Policeman
American fantasy and science fiction author, best known for her Twilight's Kingdoms fantasy trilogy and her contributions to the shared universe series Heroes in Hell, Sword of Knowledge and Merovingen Nights
Known for her role in the Nannygate matter of 1993, which arose when she was nominated by President Bill Clinton as the first woman to be Attorney General of the United States but withdrew her nomination because of a controversy surrounding the nanny she
Actor: Deliverance, Superman, Silver Streak, Network, Nashville, All The President's Men, Exorcist II, 1941, Gray Lady Down, The Toy, Stoker Ace, Back To School, The Big Easy, Radioland Murders, Homicide Life On The Street, Roseanne, The Killer Inside Me
Actor: According To Jim, K-9, The Principal, Mr. Destiny, About Last Night, Retroactive, Trading Places, Red Heat, Only You, Curly Sue, Little Shop Of Horrors, Salvador, Wild Palms, Working Stiffs, Who's Watching The Kids? // Brother of John Belushi
Former American Freestyle Swimmer. 2000 Summer Olympics(Gold Medal)And 2004 Summer Olympics Gold And Silver Medals). She Held The Short-Course World Record In The 400-meter Freestyle (At 3:59.53) For Nearly Three Years From January 2003 To December 2005
Former American Swimmer - Olympic Gold Medalist in 800 Meter Freestyle Race At The 1996 Summer Olympics. At The 2000 Summer Olympics, She Would Win 2 More Gold Medals In The 400 And 800 Meter Freestyle Races, With The Latter Coming In Olympic-Record Time
American Marathon Runner Who Won Gold At The 1984 Summer Olympics In Los Angeles The Year That The Women's Marathon Was Introduced. She Still Holds The Fastest Times For An American Woman At The Chicago Marathon And The Olympic Marathon