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    Oscar Taveras
    Taveras was often compared to MLB great Vladimir Guerrero.
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    Marcia Strassman
    Marcia Strassman was in the 2005 horror movie Reeker.
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    Benjamin C. Bradlee
    Benjamin C. Bradlee was a member of the Boston Brahmin Crowninshield family.
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    Nelson Bunker Hunt
    Bunker Hunt was also a breeder of thoroughbred horses.
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    Oscar de la Renta
    Oscar de la Renta's real name was Óscar Arístides Renta Fiallo.
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    Gerard Parkes
    Gerry Parkers played multiple roles named "Doc" in his career.
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    Elizabeth Peña
    Elizabeth Peña's first film was El Super.
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    Jan Hooks
    Jan Hooks was the tour guide at the Alamo in Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.
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    Sarah Goldberg
    Sarah Goldberg was in Jurassic Park III.
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    Scott Ross
    In 1990, Scott Ross was named USC’s team MVP.
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    Skip E. Lowe
    Skip E. Lower was the inspiration for Jiminy Glick.
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    Eric Lynch
    Eric Lynch outlived every doctor's prediction for his life expectancy.
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    George Hamilton IV
    George Hamilton IV's breakthrough hit was the 1961 song "Before this Day Ends".
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    Richard Kiel
    Richard Kiel worked as a night school math teacher in the mid 60s.
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    Sean O’Haire
    Sean O'Haire went on to become a hair stylist.
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    Joan Rivers
    Joan Rivers supplied the voice of Spaceballs droid Dot Matrix.
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    Jimi Jamison
    Jimi Jamison sang the theme song for Baywatch.
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    Stephen Lee
    Stephen Lee once appeared on Scarecrow and Mrs. King.
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    Don Pardo
    Don Pardo announced SNL from its inception until his death.
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    Edith Flagg
    Edith Flagg was a holocaust survivor.
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    Robin Williams
    Robin Williams had a cocaine addiction in the late 70s and early 80s.
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    Jim Brady
    Jim Brady once served as a staff member in the office of Illinois Senator Everett Dirksen.
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    Dick Smith
    Dick Smith was given an honorary Oscar for his life's work in 2012.
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    John Fasano
    John Fasano was developing a remake of Chariots of the Gods before he died.
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    James Garner
    James Garner joined Martin Luther King Jr. in the "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom."
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    Skye McCole Bartusiak
    Skye McCole Bartusiak appeared in a production of The Miracle Worker with Hilary Swank.
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    Johnny Winter
    Johnny Winter produced three Grammy-winning albums for Muddy Waters.
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    Tommy Ramone
    Tommy Ramone co-produced The Ramones' first three albums.
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    Lorin Maazel
    Lorin Maazel took his first conducting lesson at the age of seven.
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    Walter Dean Myers
    Walter Dean Myers received the Margaret Edwards Award from the American Library Association in 1994.
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    Meshach Taylor
    Meshach Taylor married actress Bianca Ferguson in 1983.
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    Tony Gwynn
    Tony Gwynn won five Gold Gloves.
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    Ruby Dee
    Ruby Dee was friends with both Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X.
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    Rik Mayall
    Rik Mayall studied drama at the University of Manchester.
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    Ann B. Davis
    Ann B. Davis was never married.
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    Malik Bendjelloul
    Malik Bendjelloul studied journalism and and media production at the Kalmar University.
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    H.R. Giger
    H.R. Giger was inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in 2013.
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    Lee Marshall
    Lee Marshall was in the classic rap video for We're All in the Same Gang.
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    Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
    Efrem Zimbalist Jr. was a devout Christian.
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    Elena Baltacha
    Elena Baltacha won eleven ITF singles titles.
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    Gary S. Becker
    Gary Becker was a founding partner of The Greatest Good.
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    Bob Hoskins
    Bob Hoskins won a Golden Globe for his role in Mona Lisa.
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    Jack Ramsay
    Jack Ramsay, "Dr. Jack," really had a doctorate degree.
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    DJ E-Z Rock
    Rob Base & DJ EZ-Rock performed with C+C Music Factory toward the end.
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    Kevin Sharp
    Kevin Sharp survived a rare type of bone cancer when he was a young man.
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    Gabriel Garcia Marquez
    Gabriel Garcia Marquez began his career as a journalist while studying law.
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    Peaches Geldof
    Peaches Geldof wrote articles for The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian.
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    John Pinette
    John Pinette was on the series finale of Seinfeld.
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    Ralph Wilson
    Ralph Wilson was the older owner in the NFL at the time of his death.
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    James Rebhorn
    James Rebhorn had a Master of Fine Arts in acting from Columbia.
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    Fred Phelps
    Fred Phelps actually ran for public office four times. He lost to a person who lost to Bob Dole.
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    L’Wren Scott
    L'Wren Scott contributed designs for Madonna to wear in a photo shoot for W Magazine.
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    Scott Asheton
    Asheton was the drummer for The Stooges.
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    Hal Douglas
    Featured in Jerry Seinfeld documentary, "Comedians"
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    Gerard Mortier
    Mortier was Flemish, born in the Northern Belgium city of Ghent.
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    Tim Wilson
    Tim Wilson co-wrote a book about serial killer Ted Bundy.
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    Roger Hill
    Roger Hill sued the makers of The Warriors video game for using his voice and likeness.
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    Ian Cuttler Sala
    Sala spent nine years as an art director at Sony Music.
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    Paco de Lucia
    De Lucia made the flamenco guitar mainstream.
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    John Henson
    John Henson was the son of Muppets creator Jim Henson.
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    Harold Ramis
    Ramis was joke editor at Playboy.
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    Charlotte Dawson
    Charlotte Dawson was an anti-bullying advocate.
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    Nelson Frazier, Jr.
    Frazier, as Mabel, won the WWF King of the Ring tournament in 1995.
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    Richard Cabela
    Cabela's name is used in a hunting video game franchise.
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    Ralph Waite
    Ralph Waite ran for Congress asa democrat on three occasions.
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    Sid Caesar
    Sid Caesar won two Emmys.
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    Shirley Temple
    Shirley Temple Black served on the board of directors for The Walt Disney Company, Bank of America, and Del Monte.
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    Ralph Kiner
    Kiner was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1975.
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    Philip Seymour Hoffman
    Philip Seymour Hoffman was filming the final Hunger Games movie when he died.
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    Maximilian Schell
    Maximilian Schell's family fled Austria when it was annexed by Nazi Germany.
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    Anna Gordy Gaye
    Gaye was the older sister of Motown founder Berry Gordy.
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    Morris Turner
    Morrie from Family Circus was based on Morris Turner.
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    Pete Seeger
    Pete Seeger co-wrote the classic song "Turn, Turn, Turn"
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    Luis Avalos
    Starred in "The Ringer" with Johnny Knoxville
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    Hiroo Onoda
    Hiroo Onoda's wife was head of the conservative Japan Women's Association.
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    Roy Garber
    Garber was survived by his cat, Muffy.
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    Ruth Robinson Duccini
    Duccini was the penultimate surviving Munchkin from The Wizard of Oz.
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    Dave Madden
    Madden was injured in a serious bicycle accident at age 13 and spent weeks recovering.
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    Russell Johnson
    Russell Johnson was the last surviving male cast member from Gilligan's Island.
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    Cassandra Lynn Hensley
    Lynn's measurements at the time of her Playboy debut were 32-24-34.
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    Rynn Berry
    Berry was a well-known vegan author.
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    Ariel Sharon
    Ariel Sharon was once given the name "The Lion of God" by the Israeli people.
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    Todd Williams
    Williams had a troubled childhood and was homeless for a time.
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    Phil Everly
    The Everly Brothers were elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986.
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    Juanita Moore
    Moore was nominated for an Academy Award.
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    John S.D. Eisenhower
    Eisenhower had an older brother who died at the age of 3 from scarlet fever.
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    Bob Grant
    Bob Grant lived in Toms River, NJ before his death.
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    Edgar Bronfman Sr.
    Edgar Bronfman Sr. was a noted philanthropist who gave large amounts of money to Jewish causes
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    James Avery
    Avery starred as Uncle Phil in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
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    Joseph Ruskin
    Ruskin was a theater actor before appearing on television.
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    Patricia Ryan
    Patricia Ryan was a typist at Time before becoming editor of People and Life.
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    Harold Camping
    Harold Camping never predicted the end of the world. Not even once.
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    Ronnie Biggs
    Biggs was once kidnapped by people who wanted to sell him to the highest bidder.
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    Tom Laughlin
    Laughlin played football for both the University of Wisconsin and Marquette University.
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    Mike Hughes
    Mike Hughes was behind the Geico Cavemen ad campaign.
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    Ray Price
    Price won two grammies throughout his career.
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    Peter O’Toole
    Despite being remembered as one of the world's greatest actors, O'Toole's only Oscar win was an honorary one in 2003.
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    Eleanor Parker
    Eleanor Parker was nominated for an Academy Award three times.
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    Milton Olin Jr.
    Milton Olin Jr. was an entertainment lawyer.
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    Paul Orberson
    Orberson attended college through a basketball scholarship.
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    Nelson Mandela
    Mandela won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993.
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    Bill Beckwith
    Bill Beckwith hosted a popular HGTV home improvement show.
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    Christopher Evan Welch
    Welch was filming with "Silicon Valley" for HBO at the time of his death.
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    Danny Wells
    Danny Wells was in Magnolia.
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    David Lee Edwards
    Edwards' $280 million Powerball payout was the third-largest U.S. lottery payout in history when it was awarded.
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    Tony Musante
    Musante starred in the first season of HBO's Oz.
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    Paul F. Crouch
    Crouch was a radio announcer in South Dakota in the late '50s.
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    Paul Walker
    Paul Walker starred in a Pampers commercial as a toddler.
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    Al Plastino
    Plastino served in the U.S. Army during World War II.
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    Sylvia Browne
    Browne started her own church in 1986.
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    Diane Disney Miller
    Diane Disney Miller was the only biological child of Walt Disney.
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    Doris Lessing
    Lessing was the oldest person ever to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature.
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    Al Ruscio
    Al Ruscio was in Godfather Part III.
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    Mike McCormack
    McCormack played for the Cleveland Browns before starting his coaching career.
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    Shirley Mitchell
    Mitchell was the last surviving cast member of I Love Lucy.
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    Charlie Trotter
    Charlie Trotter once made a cameo in "My Best Friend's Wedding"
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    Marcia Wallace
    Wallace was a substitute English teacher in the Bronx before she broke into show business.
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    Lou Reed
    Lou Reed recorded an album with Metallica.
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    Don James
    James once coached for Southwest Miami High School's football team.
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    Bud Adams
    Adams founded the AFL along with Lamar Hunt
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    Bill Young
    Bill Young was the longest tenured Repub in Congress when he died.
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    Thomas S. Foley
    Foley graduated from a Jesuit-run prep school in Washington.
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    Ed Lauter
    Ed Lauter studied stand-up comedy before beginning his acting career.
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    Stanley Kauffmann
    Kauffmann continued to write for The New Republic until just months before his death.
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    Philip Chevron
    Chevron regularly produced plays and musicals.
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    Vo Nguyen Giap
    Vo Nguyen Giap was the second most-prominent commander during the Vietnam war.
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    Tom Clancy
    Ubisoft purchased the use of Tom Clancy's name in 2008.
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    Marcella Hazan
    Hazan obtained a doctorate in Biology from the University of Ferrara.
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    Joy Covey
    Covey was Amazon's CFO until 2000.
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    Patsy Swayze
    Patsy choreographed the film "Urban Cowboy".
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    Hiroshi Yamauchi
    Hiroshi Yamauchi was worth $2.5 billion at the time of his death.
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    Ken Norton
    Ken Norton was in a bad car accident in 1986.
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    William Bart Colantuono
    Featured on season 3 of "Ax Men"
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    Eiji Toyoda
    Toyoda is widely credited with Toyota's worldwide success, having established the "Toyota Way."
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    Terrie Hall
    Hall won numerous awards for her anti-smoking PSAs.
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    Ray Dolby
    At his death, Dolby was on the Forbes 400 list as a billionaire.
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    John Hambrick
    In 1972 Hambrick recorded a country-western album.
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    Cal Worthington
    Before selling cars, Worthington owned a gas station that ended up as a failure.
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    Ariel Castro
    Castro was convicted of 937 different counts in 2013, including rape and kidnapping.
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    Ronald Coase
    As a child, Coase had weak legs and was forced to wear leg irons.
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    Tommy Morrison
    Tommy Morrison only lost three fights.
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    David Frost
    David Frost was a game show host.
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    Seamus Heaney
    Heaney was born in Northern Ireland.
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    Julie Harris
    Julie Harris was also nominated for an Oscar.
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    Muriel Siebert
    She was the first female member of the New York Stock Exchange.
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    Dean Meminger
    Meminger's son--who carries his name--is a news anchor for NY1 News.
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    R.J. Corman
    Corman was good friends with University of Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari.
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    Marian McPartland
    McPartland was a Grammy-award winner.
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    Elmore Leonard
    Elmore Leonard had three stories that were each filmed twice.
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    Lee Thompson Young
    Young's final role was as Detective Barry Frost in the TV show Rizzoli & Isles.
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    Martin Manley
    Manley was a sports writer for the Kansas City Star.
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    August Schellenberg
    August Schellenberg was part Mohawk.
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    Lisa Robin Kelly
    Kelly appeared in numerous television roles but her career waned with drug abuse.
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    Mark Sutton
    Mark Sutton appeared in the London Olympics opening ceremony.
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    Gia Allemand
    Allemand was a professional ballet dancer prior to her acting career.
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    Jack Germond
    Germond co-wrote a column five-days-a-week for more than 24 years.
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    Henry Polic
    Polic was an acting and performance teacher at Emerson College.
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    Jon Brookes
    Jon Brookes was an original member of influential U.K. band The Charlatans.
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    Johan Friso Bernhard Christiaan David van Oranje-Nassau van Amsberg
    Prince Friso lost his status in the Dutch Royal House after his 2004 marriage was not approved by the Dutch parliament.
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    Jody Payne
    Jody Payne was born in Garrard County, Kentucky
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    Sean Sasser
    He was one of the first gay men to marry on national television.
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    Karen Black
    Karen Black appeared in Hitchcock's final film, "Family Plot"
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    Elisabeth Maxwell
    Maxwell's lineage included French kings.
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    Margaret Pellegrini
    Margaret Pellegrini once worked in a potato chip booth at the Tennessee State Fair.
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    Cosmo Allegretti
    Allegretti was a set painter on Captain Kangaroo before joining the cast.
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    George Duke
    Duke played on a number of Frank Zappa albums.
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    Michael Ansara
    Ansara voiced Mr. Freeze on the animated "Batman" series.
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    John Palmer
    John Palmer graduated from Northwestern University and obtained a master's from Columbia.
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    Harry Byrd, Jr.
    Byrd once served as the vice president of the Associated Press.
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    Eileen Brennan
    Brennan has starred in TV and movies since 1966.
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    Jagdish Raj
    Jagdish Raj is one of Bollywood's most recognizable actors.
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    J.J. Cale
    Cale was a Grammy-award winner
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    Kidd Kraddick
    Kidd Kraddick won the Billboard Magazine "Air Personality of the Year" award three times.
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    Ilya Segalovich
    Segalovich was the co-founder of a rehabilitation center for orphans and children with special needs.
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    Emile Griffith
    Griffith is the first U.S. Virgin Islands boxer to be crowned world champion.
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    Dennis Farina
    Dennis Farina was also a former Chicago police officer.
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    Mel Smith
    Smith never saw his performance in "The Princess Bride" because he suffered severe eye pain during shooting due to the contact lenses he had to wear and said he never wanted to revisit that time.
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    Helen Thomas
    Helen Thomas was born in Winchester, Kentucky.
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    Talia Castellano
    Castellano appeared in CoverGirl makeup ads in 2013.
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    Cory Monteith
    Monteith played Finn Hudson on Glee.
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    Joe Conley
    Joe Conley was a Korean War vet
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    Daniel Pellegrine
    Pellegrine's death was the latest in a string of violent incidents in Brazil.
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    Doug Engelbart
    Doug Engelbart had nine grandchildren.
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    Jim Kelly
    Kelly was born in Paris, Kentucky
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    Doink The Clown
    Doink was played by Matt Osborne.
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    Alan Myers
    Alan Myers drummed on Devo's hit "Whip It."
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    Marc Rich
    Rich married a shoe heiress in 1966.
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    Richard Matheson
    Richard Matheson was a spokesman for the Academy of Science Fiction
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    Jane Wicker
    Wicker was also a budget analyst for the FAA
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    Gary David Goldberg
    Goldberg won an Emmy for writing on Family Ties.
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    Bobby “Blue” Bland
    Bobby Bland was inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992.
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    Allan Simonsen
    Simonsen crashed just ten minutes after the start of the race.
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    Lil Snupe
    Lil Snupe was from Louisiana.
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    James Gandolfini
    He played the trumpet and saxophone.
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    Slim Whitman
    "Indian Love Call" was featured in the movie "Mars Attacks."
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    Vince Flynn
    Flynn was a story consultant on TV series 24.
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    Michael Hastings
    Hastings won a George Polk Award in 2010 for his story about the General.
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    Richard Ramirez
    Richard Ramirez was a big fan of AC/DC, and Highway To Hell was his favorite album.
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    Esther Williams
    Williams was prevented from swimming in the 1940 Olympic Games due to World War II.
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    Joey Covington
    Covington was a self-taught drummer.
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    Jiah Khan
    Jiah Khan was actually born in the United States.
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    Decon Jones
    Decon Jones is responsible for the football term "sack".
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    Mick Morris
    Morris joined Eighteen Visions in 2000.
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    Frank Lautenberg
    Lautenberg was the oldest serving senator.
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    Jean Stapleton
    Jean's husband, William Putch, directed a summer stock theater in which she sometimes performed.
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    Andrew Greeley
    Andrew Greeley also dabbled in science fiction writing.
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    Jack Vance
    Vance wrote under at least four pseudonyms.
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    Herbert Lom
    Lom wrote two historical novels: Enter a Spy: The Double Life of Christopher Marlowe (1971) and Dr. Guillotin: The Eccentric Exploits of an Early Scientist (1992).
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    Andy Williams
    Andy Williams was also active with golf, and hosted the PGA Tour Golf Tournament in San Diego from 1968-88 at Torrey Pines.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Stephen Dunham
    Stephen Dunham was married to actress Alexondra Lee.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Steve Sabol
    Steve Sabol won various awards, including 35 emmy awards. Sabol was also awarded the 2010 Sports Leadership Award.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    John Ingle
    John Ingle actively volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Christopher Stevens
    Christopher Stevens was an international trade lawyer based in Washington, D.C. prior to his international service.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Bill Moggridge
    Bill Moggridge's laptop, the "GRiD Compass" received a Lifetime Achievement from the National Design Awards.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Jake Eberts
    Jake Eberts spent three years as a Wall Street Investor.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Art Modell
    Art Modell was portrayed in the 2008 movie The Express
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Joe South
    In 2003, Joe South was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Michael Clarke Duncan
    Michael Clarke Duncan voiced the character of "Commander Vachir" in King Fu Panda.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 83 Signatures


    Sun Myung Moon
    Sun Myung Moon was a supporter of the World League for Freedom and Democracy
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Hal David
    In 1972, Hal David was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Chris Lighty
    Chris Lighty also served as the manager for Sean "Puff Daddy / Diddy" Combs.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Steve Franken
    Steve Franken provided voices for Law & Order computer games (2002 and 2003).
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Malcolm Browne
    Malcolm Browne received the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1964.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Neil Armstrong
    While in college, Neil Armstrong was a baritone player in the Purdue All-American Marching Band.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 56 Signatures


    Jerry Nelson
    Jerry Nelson's final performance was the announcer of Jim Henson's Musical World concert at Carnegie Hall.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Nina Bawden
    Nina Bawden won various awards for her works, including a 1993 Phoenix Award for Carrie's War.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    William Windom
    William Windom's kindergarten teacher played the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard Of Oz.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Phyllis Diller
    female
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 44 Signatures


    Scott McKenzie
    Scott McKenzie turned down an opportunity to be in the Mamas and the Papas.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Tony Scott
    He was the brother of director Ridley Scott.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Bob Birch
    Bob Birch was award the "Louis Armstrong Jazz Award" while attending high school.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Jimmy Carr
    Jimmy Carr played one season in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes in 1958.
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    Ron Palillo
    Ron Palillo starred in the horror movie Hellgate.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 29 Signatures


    Helen Gurley Brown
    Helen Gurley Brown was married to the producer of Cocoon.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Johnny Pesky
    Johnny Pesky missed part of his baseball career to serve in World War II
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Mel Stuart
    Mel Stuart's children, Peter and Madelaine make cameo appearances in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Judith Crist
    Judith Crist appeared in Woody Allen's Stardust Memories.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Marvin Hamlisch
    Marvin Hamlisch's first job was performing as a rehearsal pianist for Funny Girl with Barbara Streisand.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    Kirk Urso
    While Urso was attending college, he spent a semester in Europe and trained with Bolton Wanderers and Borussia Dortmund.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Fred Matua
    While Matua was playing college football for the USC Trojans, he was an All-American guard in 2005.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    John Finnegan
    John Finnegan voiced the character of Warren T. Rat in An American Tail.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Gore Vidal
    Gore Vidal attempted to run for Congress under the Democratic political party in 1960; however, he was unsuccessful.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Chris Marker
    During the German occupation of France, Marker joined the Maquis (a part of the French Resistance).
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Norman Alden
    Norman Alden played "Lou the Mechanic" in various Al Delco commercials.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Lupe Ontiveros
    Lupe Ontiveros received an Emmy nomination, and was nominated for Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as "Juanita Solis" in Desperate Housewives.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Mary Tamm
    In August 2009, Tamm made a brief one-week appearance as Orlenda in EastEnders.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Susanne Lothar
    Her films: The White Ribbon, The Piano Teacher, and Funny Games were all shown at the Cannes Film Festival.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Sherman Hemsley
    Sherman Hemsley studied with Lloyd Richards at the Negro Ensemble Company.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 45 Signatures


    Sally Ride
    Arnold Schwarzenegger (California Governor) and Maria Shriver inducted Sally Ride into the California Hall of Fame
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Sage Stallone
    Sage Stallone was briefly to Starlin Wright; however, the marriage was annulled back in 2008.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 22 Signatures


    Maria Cole

    Maria Cole (Hawkins at the time) met Nat King Cole while they were performing at the Zanzibar club.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Dara Singh
    In 1996, Dara Singh was inducted into the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Anthony Sedlak
    Anthony Sedlak was named Executive Chef at The Corner Suite Bistro De Luxe in Vancouver, Canada.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Ernest Borgnine
    Ernest Borgnine was honored with the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award at the 17th annual SAG (Screen Actors' Guild) Awards on January 30th, 2011.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    Jimmy Bivins
    Jimmy Bivins was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1999.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Alan Poindexter
    The time in space that Alan Poindexter has: 27 days, 21 hours, and 9 minutes.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Andy Griffith
    Andy Griffith sang as part of his acting role in A Face In The Crowd.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 47 Signatures


    Michael Sokolski
    Michael Sokolski received a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Doris Singleton
    Doris Singleton also appeared in All in the Family as Lydia Stonehurst.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Barry Becher
    In 2005, Becher and Valenti published a book together titled “The Wisdom of Ginsu.”
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Don Grady

    Don Grady met his wife Virginia (Ginny) at Disneyland.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    Pat Cummings

    Pat Cummins underwent surgery to remove the bone spurs from his right ankle.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Pete Hayes

    Echo Lake was often compared to the other band My Bloody Valentine.


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    Richard Adler

    Richard Adler was born into the family of Clarence Adler, the famous concert pianist.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Richard Lynch

    In 1982, Richard Lynch won a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor for as King Cromwell in The Sword and the Sorcerer.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    LeRoy Neiman

    Neiman received five honorary doctorates and numerous awards, a recent Lifetime achievement award from the University of Southern California, an induction into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and proclamations and citations.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Susan Tyrrell

    Susan Tyrrell was nominated for "Best Support Actress" for her role in Fat City.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Victor Spinetti

    Victor Spinetti was educated at Monmouth School and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Erica Kennedy
    Erica Kennedy was added to Ebony Magazine's list of "100 Most Influential African-Americans."
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Rodney King
    King was initially going to be stopped for a traffic violation when he took off, leading police on a high speed chase because he was in violation of his probation.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    Yvette Wilson

    A friend of Yvette Wilson, Jeffrey Pittle, set up a website to assist with Wilson's medical bills.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 40 Signatures


    Ann Rutherford
    Ann Rutherford was the heroine of a novel Ann Rutherford and the Key to Nightmare Hall by Katherine Heisenfelt) (1942).
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Henry Hill
    In August 2011, Henry Hill appeared in the special "Mob Week" on AMC.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Frank Cady

    Frank Cady was also a radio announcer for various California radio stations.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Bob Welch
    Bob Welch lived in Paris as a young man and studied French before joining Fleetwood Mac.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Everett “Cotton” Owens

    Everett "Cotton" Owens was commonly known as "The King of the Modifieds"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Pete Cosey

    Pete Cosey's guitar style can be compared to that of Jimi Hendrix.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Ray Bradbury

    Ray Bradbury was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (6644 Hollywood Blvd).


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Richard Dawson
    ...Dawson was the original host of "Family Feud".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Orlando Woolridge
    Woolridge was known for being one of the most gifted dunkers in professional basketball.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Jack Twyman

    Twyman was also known for being a sports announcer.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Jim Paratore
    ...Paratore founded TMZ.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Johnny Tapia

    On April 15th of 2005, Tapia sustained an injury to his left eye.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Eugene Polley

    Polley was celebrated with an Emmy in 1997 for his work with the remote control.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Bob Boozer
    ...Boozer finished up his professional career with 12,964 points and 7,119 rebounds.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Robin Gibb

    Robin Gibb has lived in: The Isle of Man, England, and Australia.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 31 Signatures


    Donna Summer
    ...Summer had eleven albums go Gold within the U.S.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 49 Signatures


    Chuck Brown
    ...Brown performed the theme music for the sitcom "The Sinbad Show".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Mary Kennedy
    Mary Kennedy married Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in 1994.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Carlos Fuentes
    ...Fuentes served as a Diplomat, serving in London, Paris, and various other capitals before his writing career.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Mitchell Guist
    ...Guist's brother Glenn was also featured on the show "Swamp People".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 42 Signatures


    Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn
    ...Dunn was a self taught bass guitarist.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Carroll Shelby

    After graduating from high school in 1940, Shelby enlisted in the US Army, serving in World War II as a flight instructor and test pilot.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Horst Faas
    ...Faas is also famed for his work as a photo editor.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Carl Beane

    Carl Beane was a narrator for Talking Books at the Perkins School for the Blind.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Vidal Sassoon

    Vidal Sassoon was known as "a craftsman who changed the world with a pair of scissors."


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Stacy Robinson

    When the New York Giants won their first Super Bowl title after the 1986 Football season, Robinson caught three passes for a team-high 62 yards in the 39-20 championship-game win over the Denver Broncos.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Maurice Sendak

    Maurice Sendak received the prestigous Caldecott Award for his book Where The Wild Things Are
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    George Lindsey
    ...Lindsey's last television appearance was on Larry the Cable Guy's Hula Palooza Christmas Luau in 2009.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Adam Yauch

    Yauch was awarded the Charles Flint Kellogg Award in Arts and Letters from Bard College (2011).


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    George Vujnovich

    George Vujnovich received the Bronze Star Medal in 2010.


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    Joel Goldsmith

    Joel Goldsmith composed the score for the Call of Duty 3 video game.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Junior Seau
    Seau owned a clothing line called Say-Ow.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Patricia Medina

    Medina was often called "the most beautiful face in England.”


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Alexander Dale Oen
    ...Dale Oen was the first Norwegian to win a gold medal at a major international long course championship.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Tommy Marth
    ...Marth contributed to two Killers albums.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Charles Colson
    Colson provided ministry to prison inmates.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Levon Helm

    Helm was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, along with other members of The Band.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Greg Ham

    Ham also played saxophone, harmonica, and keyboard for Men at Work.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Dick Clark
    ...before his stroke, Clark was known as "America's Oldest Living Teenager".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 31 Signatures


    Peter Wragg

    Peter Wragg was fondly mentioned in Robert Llewellyn’s Man In The Rubber Mask.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Mark Lenzi
    ...Lenzi also won a bronze medal in the 1996 Olympic games.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Jack Tramiel
    ...Tramiel purchased Atari in 1984.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Mike Wallace
    Mike Wallace's son Peter died at 19 in a mountain-climbing accident.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    Adrienne Rich
    ...Rich is best known for her work "Driving into the Wreck".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Michael Hossack

    Hossack also played drums for Little Falls Cadets.


    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Jimmy Ellis
    "The Trammps" received their name due to police calling them tramps for singing on street corners. Deciding to be high class tramps, they added an extra 'm'
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Robert Sherman
    ...Sherman wrote the theme song for "It's a Small World (After All)".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Ralph McQuarrie
    McQuarrie worked as a technical illustrator for Boeing.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Andrew Breitbart
    ...Breitbart was an editor for The Drudge Report.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    Davy Jones
    ...Jones was the lead singer of The Monkees.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 92 Signatures


    Jan Berenstain
    ...the duo put out more than 300 books, which were published in 23 languages.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Red Holloway
    ...Holloway played with legends such as B.B. King, Billie Holiday, Lionel Hampton and Aretha Franklin.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Whitney Houston
    Whitney Houston was once offered a movie role alongside Robert De Niro.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 301 Signatures


    John Fairfax
    ...Fairfax was the first person to row across any ocean.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Zalman King
    Zalman King was good friends with Martin and Charlie Sheen.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Ben Gazzara
    Ben Gazzara was a method actor.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    David Peaston
    ...Peaston had one leg amputated as a result from diabetes.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 20 Signatures


    Don Cornelius
    ...Cornelius founded & hosted Soul Train
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 41 Signatures


    Robert Hegyes
    ...Hegyes played Epstein on 'Welcome Back, Kotter'
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Joe Paterno
    Joe Paterno's lung cancer was revealed to the public just two months prior to his death.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 40 Signatures


    Etta James
    Also known as "The Matriarch of R&B"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 22 Signatures


    Sarah Burke
    ...Burke was favored in the 2014 Winter Olympics for the superpipe event.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    Tony Blankley
    ...Blankley was a former speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Bob Weston
    Weston appeared on a Murray Head album.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Gatewood Galbraith
    In his 2011 gubernatorial Willie Nelson talked about how he and Gatewood travelled across Kentucky in a hemp-fueled car together.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Pedro Armendáriz Jr.
    Pedro Armendáriz Jr was married to actress Ofelia Medina.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Sean Collins
    Sean Collins surfed since the age of 8.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Lynn Samuels
    Lynn Samuels was from Queens.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 39 Signatures


    Jacob Goldman
    ...Goldman founded Xerox's Palo Alto research center where the modern personal computer was invented.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Kim Jong-il
    ...Jong-il has $4 billion dollars stashed in European banks, in case he ever needed to flee North Korea.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 53 Signatures


    Václav Havel
    Havel wrote over 20 plays.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Joe Simon
    ...Simon co-created Captain America with Jack Kirby
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Christopher Hitchens
    ...Hitchens was a socialist.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Mario Miranda
    ...Miranda once worked with Charles Schulz, during his travels of the US.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Harry Morgan
    ...Morgan at the age of 96 was one of the oldest living Hollywood male actors.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 37 Signatures


    Derek Boogaard
    ...Boogaard was once voted the 2nd most intimidating player in the NHL.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Bill McKinney
    ...McKinney owned squeallikeapig.com
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Patrice O’Neal
    ...O'Neal was a regular on the Opie and Anthony radio show
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 44 Signatures


    Stan Case
    ...Case was the news anchor for CNN Radio from 1985 - 2011
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    Karl Slover
    ...After Slover's death, only three more munchkins remain.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 20 Signatures


    Ilya Zhitomirskiy
    ...Zhitomirskiy was a co-founder of Diaspora.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 18 Signatures


    Hal Bruno
    ...Bruno was in charge of supplying the networks on-air reporters and anchors with up to the minute details of political on-goings.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Bil Keane
    ...the character of the mom in 'The Family Circus' was based after his own wife.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Heavy D
    ...Heavy D was just in the movie "Tower Heist"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 36 Signatures


    Joe Frazier
    ...Frazier trained his own son, Marvis, to box.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 27 Signatures


    Andy Rooney
    Rooney wrote for " Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts" beginning in 1949.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    John McCarthy
    ...McCarthy invented the LISP programming language.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Robert Pierpoint
    ...Pierpoint covered six presidents during his role of White House correspondents.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Muammar Gaddafi
    ...Gaddafi styled himself as the "King of Kings".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 48 Signatures


    Sue Mengers
    For Mengers wedding she had Barbra Streisand as her maid of honor.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Dan Wheldon
    Wheldon won the Indianapolis 500 in 2005 and 2011.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 48 Signatures


    Mikey Welsh
    ...Welsh posted on Twitter on September 26, 2011, "dreamt i died in chicago next weekend (heart attack in my sleep). need to write my will today" ... he was later found dead in Chicago on Oct. 8th.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Al Davis
    Al Davis began his coaching career as the line coach at Adelphi College.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Steve Jobs
    ...Once Jobs served as chief executive of Pixar Animation .
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 119 Signatures


    Fred Shuttlesworth
    ...Shuttlesworth was known by "Black Moses"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Don Lapre
    Lapre was known to some as the "King of Infomercials"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 61 Signatures


    Arch West
    ...West was the father of Doritos.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Orlando Brown
    ...Brown sued the NFL in 1999 after a ref threw a penalty flag that hit Brown in the eye.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Vesta Williams
    ...Williams played a saloon singer in Mario Van Peebles 1993 film Posse.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 31 Signatures


    Charles Percy
    Charles Percy was president of Bell & Howell.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Frances Bay
    Bay appeared in John Carpenter's horror film "In the Mouth of Madness".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 20 Signatures


    Kara Kennedy
    Kara Kennedy was a survivor of lung cancer.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Andy Whitfield
    ...Whitfield died just a mere 18-months after he was diagnosed non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 58 Signatures


    Cliff Robertson
    ...Robertson dropped out of college and became a journalist for some time.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Mike Flanagan
    ...during his 18-season career Flanagan pitched 2,770 innings.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Uncle Frank
    ...Uncle Frank used to be a private security guard for Frank Sinatra
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Nick Ashford
    ...Ashford & Simpson were credited on Amy Winehouse's 2007 CD Back to Black for the single "Tears Dry On Their Own".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 47 Signatures


    Loriot
    ...He adopted the pseudonym "Loriot" for his family's heraldic animal, an Oriole (the french word for Oriole is Loriot)
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Jack Layton
    ...Layton was known to hold regular gatherings where people would sing songs from the "Sing Out!" folk music collections.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Russell Armstrong
    ...Armstrong was the husband of Taylor Armstrong from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Jani Lane
    ...When Lane was 11 he drummed under the name "Mitch Dynomite"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 41 Signatures


    Francesco Quinn
    ...Quinn was the voice of Mirage / Dino in Transformers: Dark of the Moon
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Annette Charles
    Annette Charles graduated from NYU School of Social Work in 2001.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Bubba Smith
    ...Smith had his own fan chant at Michigan St. "Kill, Bubba, Kill"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 30 Signatures


    Dan Peek
    ...Peek did harmony vocals on "A Horse with No Name".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    G.D. Spradlin
    ...Spradlin originally started out as an attorney working in Venezuela
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Amy Winehouse
    A court order banned the paparazzi from following Winehouse.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 85 Signatures


    Sherwood Schwartz
    ...Schwartz and Red Skelton didn't get along at all. It was in their contracts that they never had to meet fact-to-face.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Betty Ford
    ...Ford, who started the Betty Ford Center, was former alcoholic herself.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Peter Falk
    ...Falk played the role of Columbo from 1968 - 2003.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 45 Signatures


    Ryan Dunn
    ...Dunn was a member of the CKY Crew.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 169 Signatures


    Clarence Clemons
    ...Clemons recently collaborated with Lady Gaga on her song "The Edge of Glory".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Trouble
    ...Trouble inherited $12 million dollars from Leona Helmsley, which was later bumped down to $2 million by a judge.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    James Arness
    ...Arness' younger brother was actor Peter Graves.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 72 Signatures


    Jack Kevorkian
    ...Kevorkian has stated that he's helped over 130 terminally ill patients commit suicide.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Clarice Taylor
    ...Taylor lived to be 93 years old.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 22 Signatures


    Jeff Conaway
    ...Conaway warned Corey Haim that his addiction would lead to his death, shortly before Haim died.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 31 Signatures


    Mark Haines
    ...It's been reported that Cary Grant was a huge fan of Mark Haines.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 49 Signatures


    Macho Man Randy Savage
    ..."Macho Man" Randy Savage's real name was Randall Mario Poffo.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 94 Signatures


    Joseph Brooks
    ...Brooks song "You Light Up My Life" was Debby Boone's first hit.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Harmon Killebrew
    ...Killebrew was the first batter to ever hit a homerun over the left field root at Tiger Stadium.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    M-Bone
    ...Cali Swag District made their with the dance hit "Teach Me How to Dougie".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 66 Signatures


    Seve Ballesteros
    ...Ballesteros finished 2nd at the British Open when he was only 19.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Osama bin Laden
    ...bin Laden's billionaire family disowned him because of his dealings with terrorism.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 153 Signatures


    Jackie Cooper
    ...Jackie Cooper is the youngest actor to be nominated for an Academy Award for best actor in a leading role.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Hazel Dickens
    Dickens was a bandleader at a time when the vast majority of bluegrass bands were led by men...
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    Gerard Smith
    ...Smith died only a week after TV on the Radio released an album.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Tim Hetherington
    ...Hetherington's Restrepo was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2011.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Walter Breuning
    Due to his longevity, Breuning was seen as a hero in the state of Montana.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 18 Signatures


    Sidney Lumet
    Lumet was renowned for shooting only one or two takes for a scene. A method which made him a master at getting movies made quickly.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Harry Coover
    Coover accumulated 460 patents during his lifetime, some of them came into creation along with Super Glue.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Paul Baran
    Baran founded the first wireless internet company, and founded the technology which would lead to ATMs.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Geraldine Ferraro
    ...Ferraro was the first female Vice Presidential candidate for a major political party
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Elizabeth Taylor
    Developed the nickname "One-Shot Liz" for being able to shoot a scene in a single take
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 58 Signatures


    Michael Gough
    Gough worked with Burton five times in the twilight of his career.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Owsley Stanley
    Stanley moved to Australia permanently, due to his belief of another ice age taking place
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Nate Dogg
    Nate Dogg has contributed either by himself, or with others to over 40 chart singles.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 86 Signatures


    David Broder
    Broder is an author or co-author of eight books, starting in 1967, with his last book being published in 2000.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Mike Starr
    After leaving Alice in Chains, Starr joined the band Sun Red Sun for a short time. It featured two former members from Black Sabbath.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Jane Russell
    Rusell started the "Hollywood Christian Group", which was a weekly bible study she arranged for Christians in the film industry.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Gary Winick
    Winick wasn't a fan of Alias, before working with Jennifer Garner on 13 Going on 30.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Duke Snider
    Still holds the Dodger's record for intentional walks in a season, with 26.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Frank Buckles
    Buckles lied about his age in order to enlist in the US army. He was 16 at time when he joined.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Len Lesser
    Lesser served in the United States Army during World War II
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    John Paul Getty III
    A 1981 drug overdose resulted in a stroke that left Getty paralyzed and nearly blind
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Maria Schneider
    Even after the controversial happenings during Last Tango in Paris, Schneider and Brando remained friends throughout the years.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 18 Signatures


    Eunice Sanborn
    Sanborn at the time of her death was the 43 oldest person on record
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    John Barry
    There is still an ongoing argument over whether or not the Jame's Bond theme is most attributed to John Barry.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Charlie Louvin
    Louvin has worked with singers such as, George Jones, Jeff Tweedy, Alex McManus, and Elvis Costello
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Jack LaLanne
    In 1956, LaLanne set a then world record for push-ups, doing 1,033 in 23 minutes.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 18 Signatures


    Sargent Shriver
    In 1984, Shriver was elected President of the Special Olympics.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Don Kirshner
    Was influential in starting the careers of Carole King, Bobby Darin, and Neil Diamond
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    John Dye
    Dye starred alongside James Earl Jones and Eric Roberts in the cult martial arts movie, Best of the Best.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 53 Signatures


    Pete Postlethwaite
    Steven Spielberg once called Postlethwaithe the best actor in the world.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 29 Signatures


    Teena Marie
    Marie had a famous duet with superstar Rick James in a song called "Fire and Desire".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 71 Signatures


    Steve Landesberg
    Landesberg is credited with the famous quote - "Honest is the best policy, but insanity is the better defense."
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Blake Edwards
    Edwards wrote the screenplay for the historical Orson Welles War of the Worlds radio broadcast.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Richard Holbrooke
    Before the events of 9/11, Holbrooke said this of Iraq, "Iraq will be one of the major issues facing the incoming Bush administration at the United Nations."
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Elizabeth Edwards
    Elizabeth Edwards wrote two books chronicling her battle with breast cancer, along with other personal battles.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Don Meredith
    In 1966, Meredith recorded a music single, "Travelin' Man"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 24 Signatures


    Leslie Nielsen
    Nielsen created three instructional golf videos. They laced his screwball comedy, with his love for golf.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 34 Signatures


    Dino De Laurentiis
    Laurentiis has produced some big cult movies, including Conan the Barbarian and Army of Darkness
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Jill Clayburgh
    Clayburgh was nominated for two Academy Awards during her career.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    George “Sparky” Anderson
    Anderson appeared on an episode of WKRP in Cincinnati. The episode made a joke out of his firing from the Reds.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Charlie O’Donnell
    O'Donnell started as a newscaster, and at one point he did so while also being announcer. Therefore, he regularly announced himself.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Andy Irons
    Irons appeared in numerous surfing movies. Most notably, Blue Horizon, that chronicled his surfing lifestyle.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    James MacArthur
    During his summer breaks from college, he appeared in movies for Walt Disney.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 40 Signatures


    Alex Anderson
    Along with Rocky and Bullwinkle, Anderson created Dudley-Do-Right and the lesser known Crusader Rabbit.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Gregory Isaacs
    Isaac's two nicknames are 'Cool Ruler' and 'Lonely Lover'
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 34 Signatures


    Bob Guccione
    Guccione was an avid art collector. Upon having to sell his collection, it appraised for $59 million.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Barbara Billingsley
    Barbara Billingsley is related by marriage to the actor/producer Peter Billingsley.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Tom Bosley
    Bosley has been in live productions of Alice in Wonderland, and Beauty and the Beast.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 34 Signatures


    Tony Curtis
    Along with acting, Curtis worked as a painter (art).
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 34 Signatures


    George Blanda
    Blanda is known by many to be the very first fantasy football pick when the game was made in 1962.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Gloria Stuart
    Gloria Stuart appeared in movies with Shirley Temple, Boris Karloff, and Claude Rains.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Jimi Heselden
    Heselden had once worked as a miner until the 1984-85 miners strike.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Eddie Fisher
    Was paid $1 million from Coca-Cola to be their spokesperson.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Robert Schimmel
    Robert Schimmel wrote for the show In Living Color
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Dr. Frank Ryan
    Owned a non-profit organization called 'The Bony Pony Ranch'
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 39 Signatures


    Ted Stevens
    Senator Stevens had survived a plane crash in 1978 that killed 5 of the 7 people aboard.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    George Steinbrenner
    Steinbrenner owned the Yankees longer than anyone else in club history.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Robert Byrd
    Byrd was the longest serving senator, and longest serving member in congressional history.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Jimmy Dean
    Dean is reported to have written his biggest musical success 'Big Bad John' in less than two hours.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    John Wooden
    Wooden was the first person to be enshrined in both the Basketball Hall of Fame as a player and a coach.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Rue McClanahan
    McClanahan was a long time animal rights advocate, and one of the first celebrity supporters of PETA.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 51 Signatures


    Gary Coleman
    At the height of Diff'rent Strokes' success, Coleman made $100,000 an episode.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 64 Signatures


    Art Linkletter
    Linketter received honorary degrees from Pepperdine University and University of Prince Edward Island.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Simon Monjack
    ...Monjack was married to Brittany Murphy.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Ronnie James Dio
    Originally played the trumpet and recorded with rockabilly bands as a boy.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 53 Signatures


    Erica Blasberg
    ...Blasberg was in her sixth season on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 47 Signatures


    Lena Horne
    During WWII Horne entertained troops for the USO. She refused to perform at shows where segregation was used to separate the audiences.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 26 Signatures


    Lynn Redgrave
    ...Redgrave performed in the Broadway play Love Letters, a play that was also put on for the jurors of the O.J. Simpson trial.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Keli McGregor
    ...McGregor coached at the University of Florida for one year, while also obtaining his master's degree in education.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Dixie Carter
    ...Carter openly admitted to using HGH (Human Growth Hormone)
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 42 Signatures


    John Forsythe
    ...Forsythe was the voice of "Charlie" on Charlie's Angels.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    John Steinbeck
    Steinbeck was in the top ten of the most frequently banned authors in 1990-2004.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Bob Kane
    Was supposed to have a cameo in Batman (1989), but couldn't attend due to scheduling conflicts.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Robert Culp
    ...Culp lent his voice to the game character Doctor Breen,in the computer game Half-Life 2.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 20 Signatures


    Peter Graves
    ...when first reading the Airplane script, he thought it was the "worst piece of junk" he'd ever seen
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    Corey Haim
    ...Haim liked the Japanese Funk.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 135 Signatures


    Andrew “Boner” Koenig
    ...Koenig played the joker in the fan film "Batman: Dead End"
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 29 Signatures


    Dawn Brancheau
    ...Working with Orca whales was Brancheau's dream job.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 47 Signatures


    Alexander Haig
    ...Haig unsuccessfully for the Republican Party nomination in 1988.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Alexander McQueen
    ...McQueen knew he was gay at the age of six.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Charlie Wilson
    ...the scene in "Charlie Wilson's War" with the two strippers in the hot tub actually happened.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    John Murtha
    ...Murtha was embroiled in the Abscam investigation.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Phil Harris
    ...Harris had developed his own line of coffees, "Captain's Reserve".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 95 Signatures


    Zelda Rubinstein
    ...Rubinstein only stood 4 feet 3 inches.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 29 Signatures


    John Spencer
    ...Spencer's death was incorporated into "The West Wing", where he played Leo McGarry.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Lane Smith
    ...Smith played James Lingk in the first Broadway production of Glengarry Glen Ross
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    J. D. Salinger
    ...after the smash success of Catcher In The Rye, Salinger became very reclusive with his lifestyle.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Pernell Roberts
    ...Roberts was only thirteen years younger than Lorne Greene, the man who played his father on Bonanza.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 74 Signatures


    Dennis Hopper
    ...Despite being a world famous actor, Hopper sees himself as an artist first.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 36 Signatures


    Jennifer Lyon
    ...Lyon was the first for Survivor's 301 cast members to die.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Robert B. Parker
    ...Parker was known for writing characters from other races and sexual persuasions. One of his more famous ones was Gino Fish, an openly gay mob boss.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 30 Signatures


    Glen Bell
    ...Bell sold Taco Bell to PepsiCo in 1978 for $125 million in stock.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Gaines Adams
    Gaines Adams was the fourth overall pick in the 2007 NFL draft.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Teddy Pendergrass
    ...Pendergrass sang a duet with Whitney Houston for her self-titled debut album.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 107 Signatures


    Tsutomu Yamaguchi
    ...Yamaguchi was the only person officially recognized as survivor of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 22 Signatures


    Casey Johnson
    ...Johnson's father owns the New York Jets.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 26 Signatures


    The Rev
    ...The Rev was also the lead vocalist for the avant-garde metal band Pinkly Smooth.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 68 Signatures


    Brittany Murphy
    ...Murphy was an accomplished singer and had a number one dance hit in the United States with musician Paul Oakenfold.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 271 Signatures


    Chris Henry
    ...Henry and Pacman Jones were teammates at West Virginia.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Roy E. Disney
    ...Disney was the nephew of Walt Disney.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Oral Roberts
    ...Roberts claimed to have seen a 900 ft. Jesus, and he told him to build a hospital and it would be successful... after completion it closed just 9 years later.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    Michael “Coco” Polakovs
    Michael's "Coco" clown character was actually a third generation Russian circus clown.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 38 Signatures


    Soupy Sales
    ...It's been said that Sales had the most recognizable face in America during the height of his popularity.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 28 Signatures


    Lou Albano
    ...Albano shaved off his trademark beard on Live with Regis and Kathie Lee in preparation for his role as Mario on The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 29 Signatures


    Stephen Gately
    ...Gately was one of the first pop stars to come out as gay.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 43 Signatures


    William Safire
    ...Safire served as a speechwriter for both Spiro Agnew and Richard Nixon.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Bob Stupak
    ...Stupak won a $1 million dollar bet off the 1989 Super Bowl.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Susan Atkins
    ...Atkins was the longest-incarcerated female inmate in the California penal system.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 109 Signatures


    Patrick Swayze
    ...Swayze was a formally trained ballet dancer getting his education from Harkness Ballet and Joffrey ballet schools.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 173 Signatures


    Mary Travers
    ...Travers was a singer-songwriter who is best known for being the "Mary" out of the folk group "Peter, Paul and Mary.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Henry Gibson
    ...Gibson played the role of the weird neighbor in the Tom Hanks comedy classic The 'Burbs
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 28 Signatures


    DJ AM
    ...DJ AM played private parties for Jim Carrey, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lopez among others.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 18 Signatures


    Dominick Dunne
    ...Dunne was a frequent contributor to Vanity Fair magazine.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Ted Kennedy
    ...Kennedy had been in the Senate since 1962 at the time of his death.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 49 Signatures


    Don Hewitt
    ...Hewitt created the CBS news magazine show 60 minutes.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 275 Signatures


    Robert Novak
    ...Novak was the author of the longest-running syndicated political column in U.S. history.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Les Paul
    ...Paul pioneered the solid-body electric guitar.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 39 Signatures


    Eunice Kennedy Shriver
    ...She was the younger sister to President John F. Kennedy
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    John Hughes
    ...Hughes offered Anthony Michael Hall leading roles in both Pretty in Pink and Ferris Bueller's Day off, but he declined.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 20 Signatures


    Robert McNamara
    ...McNamara was known as one of the "Whiz Kids" while he worked at the Ford Motor Company.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Steve McNair
    In high school, Steve McNair participated in football, baseball, basketball, and track.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 27 Signatures


    Karl Malden
    ...Malden changed his name when he was 22 to avoid being fired from action jobs.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Fred Travalena
    ...Travalena's was in remission for five years until his disease returned.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Gale Storm
    ...Storm held three stars on the Hollywood Walk-of-Fame.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 30 Signatures


    Billy Mays
    ...Mays wore the same colored blue shirt for every commercial.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 70 Signatures


    Michael Jackson
    ...the first thing said on the song Bad is "Your Butt Is Mine".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 611 Signatures


    Farrah Fawcett
    ...Fawcett refused to pose nude in the 1970s & 1980s... but appeared nude twice in Playboy in the mid 1990s, both issues became top sellers.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 101 Signatures


    Ed McMahon
    ...Jack Nicholson's character in The Shining famously shouts "Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeere's Johnny!" which is McMahon's famous line.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Rajeev Motwani
    ...Motwani served as a mentor to the Google co-founders when they were students at Stanford.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    David Carradine
    ...Carradine was the half brother to "Revenge of the Nerds" star Robert Carradine.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 109 Signatures


    Dolla
    ...Dolla was discovered by Akon.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 126 Signatures


    Wayman Tisdale
    ...Tisdale granted permission for Blake Griffin to wear his number 23 jersey which had been retired.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 73 Signatures


    Chuck Daly
    ...Daly is the only Hall of Fame coach to win both an NBA Championship and an Olympic gold medal.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 20 Signatures


    Mickey Carroll
    ...Carroll was offered his role in The Wizard of Oz by Dorothy herself, Judy Garland.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Sam Cohn
    ...Cohn was dubbed "the first superagent of the modern age" by Time magazine.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Ean Evans
    ...Evans joined legendary southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd in 2001.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    Dom DeLuise
    ...DeLuise was the voice of Pizza the Hutt in Spaceballs.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 89 Signatures


    Jack Kemp
    ...Kemp was an NFL quarterback.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Adam Cook
    ...David Cook's guitar reads "AC" which stands for Adam Cook.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 89 Signatures


    Vernon King
    ...King was the youngest nephew of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Danny Gans
    ...Gans played Dean Martin in the early 1990s miniseries Sinatra.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 202 Signatures


    Jack Lohrke
    ...Lohrke averted two potentially fatal transit accidents, earning him the nickname of "Lucky".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 33 Signatures


    Nahum Sharfman
    ...Sharfman also took Commtouch to a successful IPO in 2000.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Steinar Lem
    ...Lem had only knew about his cancer for two months before it killed him.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Buddy Rose
    ..."Rowdy" Roddy Piper credits Rose for helping make his wrestling persona a household name.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    Nora O’Brien
    ...O'Brien had worked for the Sci Fi Channel for 6 years before taking over drama programming at NBC Universal.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 31 Signatures


    Greg Page
    ...Page won 14 straight fights after his short lived retirement.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Frank Gansz
    ...Gansz was a coach for the St. Louis Rams team that beat the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Bea Arthur
    ...Arthur talked about sodomy at the Comedy Central roast of Pamela Anderson
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 67 Signatures


    David Kellermann
    ...Kellermann had only been the CFO of Freddie Mac since September 2008.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Marilyn Chambers
    ...Chambers was cast in the porno film "The Green Door" because she resembled Cybill Shepherd.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 33 Signatures


    Nick Adenhart
    ...Adenhart was the best overall prospect for the Angels this season.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    John Belushi
    While Dan Aykroyd was writing the script for Ghostbusters, he had John Belushi in mind for the Dr. Venkman character.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Andy Kaufman
    After a performance at Carnegie Hall in 1979, Andy Kaufman took the audience out for milk and cookies.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Andre The Giant
    Andre The Giant has been reported to have drank 119 beers, 197 beers, and 127 beers in different sittings.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Natasha Richardson
    ...Richardson acted alongside John C. Reily in A Streetcar Named Desire in 2005.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 74 Signatures


    Ron Silver
    ...Even though Ron Silver was a democrat, he still supported President George W. Bush.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 26 Signatures


    James Purdy
    ...Purdy's work was praised by numerous authors, Gore Vidal even called him "an authentic American genius".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Alan Livingston
    ...Livingston not only created Bozo the Clown, but he developed the popular "record-reader" series.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Leonore Annenberg
    ...Annenberg was appointed as Reagan's Chief of Protocol after donating to his 1980 Presidential campaign.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Braden Keil
    ...Keil knew about Bon Jovi's new NYC penthouse even before the real-estate broker.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Charles “Mask” Lewis, Jr.
    ...Lewis had a revenue target of $225 million for 2009.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 64 Signatures


    Sydney Yallen
    ...Yallen was an All-American sprinter in high school.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Jimmy Boyd
    ...Boyd recorded "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" at the age of 12.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Jim Bellows
    ...Bellows is credited for starting the careers of Jimmy Breslin, Joseph Farah, and Tom Wolfe.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Horton Foote
    ...Foote wrote the screenplay for To Kill a Mocking Bird, which starred Gregory Peck.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Corey Smith
    ...Smith was a member of the 2008 Detroit Lions team that went 0-16.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 22 Signatures


    Marquis Cooper
    ...Cooper played for the Pittsburgh Steelers on three separate occasions.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 32 Signatures


    Paul Harvey
    ...Harvey was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 24 Signatures


    Andrew Bourland
    ...Bourland was a co-founder of the ClickZ Network
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Lux Interior
    ...Lux Interiors name came from and old car commercial.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Michael Homer
    ...Homer played key roles in the development of both Google and PALM.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    John Updike
    Updike had four children.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Kay Yow
    ...Yow led the 1988 women's basketball team to gold in the Seoul Olympics.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Ricardo Montalbán
    ...Montalbán almost changed his name to Ricky Martin when he first came to Hollywood.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 22 Signatures


    Claude Berri
    ...Berri was nominated for around 12 César Awards, but never won.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Rob Gauntlett
    ...Gauntlett was the youngest Briton to scale Mount Everest.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Dave Dee
    ...Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich spent more weeks in the UK Singles Chart than The Beatles between 1965 and 1969.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Roland Piquepaille
    ...Piquepaille was an "infamous" member on Slashdot.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Ron Asheton
    ...Asheton was in the 1995 movie Mosquito.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Carl Pohlad
    ...Bing Crosby recruited Pohlad to play football for his alma mater Gonzaga University in Washington.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Jett Travolta
    ...Jett was the son of John Travolta and Kelly Preston.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 70 Signatures


    Pat Hingle
    ...Along with Michael Gough's Alfred, Hingle's Commissioner Gordon was the only actor to appear in all four Batman movies.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Eartha Kitt
    ...Kit replaced Julie Newmar as Catwoman in the third and final season of the Batman TV series.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 36 Signatures


    W. Mark Felt
    ...Felt was the famed Watergate whistleblower "Deep Throat".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Bettie Page
    ...Page was one of the first Playmates of the Month for Playboy magazine.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 71 Signatures


    Sunny von Bülow
    ... Bülow is most known for her husband supposedly trying to murder her.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Beverly Garland
    ...Garland was the second television wife on the popular show "My Three Sons".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Patriarch Alexy II
    ...It's been rumored that Alexey II was a former KGB agent.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Odetta
    ...Odetta was scheduled to perform at Barack Obama’s inauguration on January 20, 2009.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Ted Rogers
    ...Rogers renamed the SkyDome after his company, changing it's name to the Rogers Centre.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Mikel Laboa
    ...Laboa was the most respected figure in Basque music.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Pit Martin
    ...Martin was nicknamed Pit after a comic strip character in a French newspaper.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Paul Benedict
    ...Benedict was The Number Painter on Sesame Street.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Munetaka Higuchi
    ...Higuchi wasn't only considered one of the best Japanese drummers, but one of the best overall rock musicians.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 32 Signatures


    Andrew McKelvey
    After the 9/11 terroist attacks, McKelvey organized the Families of Freedom fund for college scholarships.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Verne Orr
    ...Orr worked on his dissertation for 14 years, finally he was awarded a doctor of philosophy degree from Claremont Graduate University.
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    Patricia Marand
    ...Marand was a regular on The Merv Griffin Show.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Edna Parker
    ...Parker was the oldest living person in the world at 115 years, 220 days old.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Betty James
    ...James was the one who named the spring toy the Slinky.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Stefan Schörghuber
    ...Schörghuber became a partner with Heineken, making it the third largest German brewery association.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Michael Lee
    ...Lee recorded and toured with legendary musicians Robert Plant & Jimmy Page.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 22 Signatures


    William Gibson
    ...Gibson wrote the classic play "The Miracle Worker".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Kenny MacLean
    ...MacLean died just 4 days after his latest album was released.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Cecil H. Underwood
    ...Underwood was both the youngest & oldest Governor of West Virginia.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    MC Breed
    ...Breed was a friend of West Coast rapper Too Short.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 38 Signatures


    Bob Jeter
    ...Jeter holds two Rose Bowl records.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    John Michael Hayes
    ...Hayes was the screenwriter for the Hitchcock classic "Rear Window".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Clive Barnes
    ...Barnes was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in 1975.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Mitch Mitchell
    ...Mitchell pioneered a new style of drumming which would later become known as "fusion".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Paula Goodspeed
    ...Goodspeed and Paula Abdul became friends after her tragic audition for American Idol.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 37 Signatures


    Miriam Makeba
    Nelson Mandela publicly mourned Makeba after her death.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Stevie Ray Vaughan
    Stevie's brother was originally supposed to be on board the Helicopter that took his life.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 156 Signatures


    Barack Obama, Sr.
    ...Obama Sr. only saw his son once more after his divorce from Ann Dunham.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 38 Signatures


    Michael Crichton
    ...Crichton was a medical doctor, he graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1969.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Madelyn Dunham
    Madelyn Dunham was Presidential candidate Barack Obama's grandmother.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Terence Tolbert
    ...Tolbert also worked on the campaigns of Senator Chuck Schumer and former Governor of New York Eliot Spitzer.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Karl Kassulke
    ...Kassulke suffered a motorcycle accident on his way to training camp and was paralyzed from the waist down.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Tony Hillerman
    ...Hillerman is recognized as a pioneer of what is now known as the tribal mystery genre
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Anne Pressly
    ...Pressly played Ann Coulter in the Oliver Stone film W.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 52 Signatures


    Julian King
    ...King was the nephew of Jennifer Hudson.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Gerard Damiano
    ...Damiano directed the film "Deep Throat".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Darnell Donerson
    ...Donerson was the mother of Academy Award winning actress Jennifer Hudson.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Gene Hickerson
    ...Hickerson was a blocker for the great Jim Brown.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Rudy Ray Moore
    ...Moore reprised his role of Dolemite for the insanely idiotic movie Big Money Hustlas, which "starred" ICP.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    Mr. Blackwell
    ...Even though his list was mainly about women... Mr. Blackwell would occasionally include men on his list, some of which included Howard Stern, Dennis Rodman and Marilyn Manson.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Dee Dee Warwick
    ...Dee Dee is a sister of Dionne Warwick, the famous singer and former psychic.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Levi Stubbs
    ...Stubbs was the voice of Mother Brain on the animated TV series Captain N: The Game Master.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Jack Narz
    ...Narz eluded to the infamous "quiz show scandal" during the 1950s.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Richard Cooey
    ...Cooey actually argued that his obesity rendered lethal injection an inhuman form of execution.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 60 Signatures


    Kevin Foster
    ...Foster got the first victory against the Chicago White Sox in an interleague game at Comiskey Park.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Gidget Gein
    Gidget Gein used to make a living picking up dead bodies for the Florida medical examiner.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Jimmy Stewart
    President Harry Truman once said that if he had a son, he'd want him to be like Jimmy Stewart.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 27 Signatures


    Frank Zappa
    Zappa was once wheelchair bound for half a year after being in a fire.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 36 Signatures


    House Peters Jr.
    ...Peters was the original Mr. Clean.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Henri Pachard
    ...Pachard was a former Grindhouse film director back in the 1960s.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Paul Newman
    Paul Newman liked to drive race cars.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Thomas Thewes
    ...Thewes was a co-owner of 3 hockey teams.
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    Keith Grinstein
    ...Grinstein was a chairman for the coin counting machine company Coinstar.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Dick Lynch
    ...Lynch was the commentator for the New York Giants from 1967 until his death.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Wally Hilgenberg
    Wally Hilgenberg played in all four of the Minnesota Vikings' Super Bowl appearances.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 18 Signatures


    Nappy Brown
    ...Brown's song "Piddly Patter" was featured in the John Waters movie Cry Baby.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Norman Whitfield
    ...Whitfield wrote the song "I Heard It Through the Grapevine".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Sergio Leone
    Clint Eastwood nicknamed Sergio Leone "Yosemite Sam" because of his bad temper.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Richard Wright
    ...Wright was a founding member of The Pink Floyd Sound, which they would soon shorten to just Pink Floyd.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Marion Dewar
    ...In 2002 Dewar was made a member of the Order of Canada, the highest civilian honor.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Lynn Kohlman
    ...Kohlman wrote a book entitled "Front to Back".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    David Foster Wallace
    Time Magazine called one of Wallace's novels "one of the 100 best English-language Novels".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Olin Stephens
    ...Stephens died exactly 5 months after he turned 100 years old.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Sheb Wooley
    ...Wooley is the guy who first recorded "Purple People Eater".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 16 Signatures


    Tammy Faye Messner
    ...Messner was so vain that she had eyebrows tattooed on her face.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 19 Signatures


    George Putnam
    ...Putnam rode in The Rose Parade from 1951 until 2000 when his horse died, he stated that he was to old to train another parade horse.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Dave Hanner
    ...Hanner played and was on the winning end of the first two Super Bowls.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Lou Rawls
    ...Rawls became known as "The Funkiest Man Alive".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Kermit Love
    ...Despite the coincidence of names, Kermit Love wasn't the inspiration for the name of the Muppet Kermit the Frog.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Brad Nowell
    ...Nowell claimed that his heroin use was completely experiential, as it helped him with his song writing.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 74 Signatures


    Ed Bradley
    ...In 1986 Bradley was inspired to pierce his left ear after receiving encouragement from Liza Minnelli following an interview.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Doc Holliday
    ...Holliday was a famed gunfighter, but he graduated from dental school and owned his own dental office.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Humphrey Bogart
    Humphrey Bogart weighed just 80 pounds when he died.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 24 Signatures


    Sherrill Headrick
    Sherrill Headrick used to bang his own head against his locker earning him the nickname "PSycho".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Evan Tanner
    ...Tanner was the first American to win the Pancrase Neo-Blood tournament in Tokyo, Japan
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Roy Orbison
    Roy Orbison was flying model airplanes just before he died.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 48 Signatures


    Don Haskins
    ...Josh Lucas played the role of Don Haskins in the movie Glory Road.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Anita Page
    ...Page was the last known attendee of the very first Academy Awards
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Ossie Davis
    Ossie Davis played a character who died on "The L Word", just before dying himself.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Steve Clark
    Steve Clark auditioned for Def Leppard by playing Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 29 Signatures


    Bill Meléndez
    ...Meléndez was the voice of Snoopy and Woodstock in some of the later cartoons.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Donald LaFontaine
    ...LaFontaine did the voice work for The Godfather trailers.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Jerry Reed
    ...Reed was in the movie Smokey and the Bandit.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 94 Signatures


    Mel Ignatow
    ...Ignatow was acquitted of murder, but new evidence was found that showed his guilt, but he couldn't be tried for the same crime due to Double Jeopardy.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 30 Signatures


    Michael Pate
    ...Pate was married to Felippa Rock, daughter of film producer Joe Rock.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Phil Hill
    Phil Hill was the only American born driver to win the Formula One World Championship.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Janis Joplin
    One of Joplin's last recordings was a birthday greeting for John Lennon
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 40 Signatures


    Del Martin
    Del Martin's real name was Dorothy Taliaferro.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Andre Young Jr.
    Andre Young Jr.'s mother heard him in the very room he died in less than 5 hours before finding his body.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 33 Signatures


    Kevin Duckworth
    ...Duckworth as a Heritage Ambassador for the Portland Trailblazers.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Jim Croce
    Jim Croce's Bad,Bad Leroy Brown inspired Queen's Freddy Mercury to write "Bring Back That Leroy Brown".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 69 Signatures


    Frank Cornish
    ...Cornish earned first team All-American honors while in college at UCLA.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Gene Upshaw
    ...Upshaw remains the only player to have played in three Super Bowls with the same team in three different decades.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Stephanie Tubbs Jones
    ...Jones was named the congressperson with the fourth-highest total trips sponsored by lobbyists.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 48 Signatures


    LeRoi Moore
    ...Moore had quite an extensive collection of horns.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Tiny Tim
    ...Tiny Tim was a frequent guest on The Howard Stern Show.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    James Orthwein
    James Busch Orthwein was the great grandson of Anheuser Busch co-founder Adolphus Busch.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Gregory Hines
    Gregory Hines once sang for a band called Severance in the 70s.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 102 Signatures


    Leroy Sievers
    Leroy Sievers was married to NBC News producer Laurie Singer.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Dave Freeman
    ...Freeman wrote the book "100 Things to Do Before You Die".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Estée Lauder
    Estée Lauder was born in New York, but her parents were Hungarian and Czechoslovakian.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 30 Signatures


    Bill Stulla
    Bill Stulla was awarded a Bronze Star for his service in the Army Signal Corps.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Jerry Wexler
    ...In the movie Ray, starring Jamie Foxx, the roll of Jerry Wexler was played by Toby Ziegler… of West Wing fame.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Jack Kirby
    ...Kirby was self-taught, with no formal training.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Roddy McDowall
    The FBI raided Roddy McDowall's home in 1974 and took his collection of bootleg movies.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    David Strickland
    ...At the time of Stickland's death he was romantically linked to Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (Saved By The Bell).
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Richard Chase
    ...Chase was a hypochondriac and believed that someone stole his pulmonary artery.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 32 Signatures


    Ennis Cosby
    Ennis Cosby was the inspiration for Theo on the Cosby Show.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 43 Signatures


    Raul Julia
    Raul Julia was involved with philanthropic effort The Hunger Project.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 72 Signatures


    Ed Gein
    Ed Gein used to babysit children and show them his collection of shrunken heads, describing them as relics from the south seas.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 35 Signatures


    E.C. Segar
    E.C. Segar's Popeye did not come along until ten years after Olive Oyl.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Jerry Finn
    Jerry Finn produced Green Day's breakthrough album Dookie.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    David McCall
    The man who killed David McCall was released on bail.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    William S. Burroughs
    William S. Burroughs recorded a CD with the late Kurt Cobain.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Richard Jeni
    ...Jeni had appeared on The Tonight Show more than any other comedian.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 26 Signatures


    Richard Biggs
    ...Biggs taught at a Los Angeles high school before landing his role on Days of Our Lives.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 41 Signatures


    Roy Scheider
    Roy Scheider was originally cast for Robert DeNiro's role in The Deer Hunter.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 32 Signatures


    Andy Gibb
    ...Gibb was a guest star on Punky Brewster back in the 1980s.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 59 Signatures


    Sandy Bruce-Lockhart
    ...Lockhart's father was deputy director of MI6, in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Jack Weil
    ...Weil's western apparel can be seen featured in the movie Brokeback Mountain.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Bill Gwatney
    Bill Gwatney owned several car dealerships in Pulaski County, Arkansas.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    A. Bartlett Giamatti
    A Bartlett Giamatti was a big fan of the Boston Red Sox.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 31 Signatures


    Merv Griffin
    Merv Griffin once hosted a gameshow called Play Your Hunch.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Dave Thomas
    ...Thomas is credited with turning KFC around, after he helped Col. Sanders prune the menu.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 26 Signatures


    John Ritter
    In college at USC, John Ritter majored in psychology and minored in architecture.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 76 Signatures


    William Gaines
    William Gaines was once considered the most amoral publisher in America.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    John MacDougall
    John MacDougall once worked as an apprentice caulker riviter at a dockyard.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Wilt Chamberlain
    Wilt Chamberlain claimed to have sex with 20,000 different women.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 30 Signatures


    Sandy Allen
    ...Allen was the worlds second tallest living woman coming in at 7’ 7 ¼.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Christie Allen
    ...The guy that discovered Allen is the same who wrote "What's Love Got To Do With It" for Tina Turner.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Fred Rogers
    Mr. Rogers named his mailman Mr. McFeely after his own middle name - McFeely.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 62 Signatures


    Sam Walton
    Sam Walton ran a chain of Ben Franklin variety stores before starting Wal-Mart.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Jerry Garcia
    Jerry Garcia was in the Army for a short time after stealing his mother's car.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Gregory Peck
    Gregory Peck was once suggested as a possible Democratic Opponent to President Ronald Reagan.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 27 Signatures


    E.B. White
    E.B. White wrote his first article for The New Yorker magazine in 1925.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Vlad III the Impaler
    Vlad's head was displayed on a stake by the Sultan of Istanbul.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 233 Signatures


    Bram Stoker
    Bram Stoker's Dracula character has been referenced in at least 650 films, not including all of the other vampire films that are obviously indebted to it.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 26 Signatures


    Maila Nurmi
    Maila Nurmi unsuccessfully sued Cassandra Peterson, the actress who played Elvira, for ripping off her Vampira character.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Bela Lugosi
    Béla Lugosi was a methadone addict.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 19 Signatures


    Herb Peterson
    ...Peterson invented the McDonalds Egg McMuffin.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Conway Twitty
    Conway Twitty got his name from two towns he spotted on a roadmap: Conway, Arkansas and Twitty, Texas.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 95 Signatures


    Elmer Blasco
    Elmer Blasco worked for Rawlings when he came up with the Gold Glove.
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    Deirdre Paulino
    ...Paulino was the production supervisor on the ABC show "My So-Called Life"
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    Sam Boghossian
    ...Boghossian played with Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Neil Diamond and numerous others.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Burgess Meredith
    Burgess Meredith has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 21 Signatures


    Chris Benoit
    Chris Benoit had two children besides the one he murdered. The other two were with his first wife.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 112 Signatures


    Michael Jeter
    ...Jeter was a favorite on Sesame Street from 2000 to 2003 with his character Mr. Noodle's brother Mr. Noodle.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 39 Signatures


    Lee Petty
    ...Petty won the inaugural Daytona 500 in 1959.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Junkyard Dog
    ...JYD won The Wrestling Classic tournament, which often cited as the first-ever WWF pay-per-view.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 36 Signatures


    Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf
    ...Hank knew a great deal of rock & roll trivia and often competed against people on The Howard Stern Show.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 18 Signatures


    Dino Bravo
    ...It's rumored that Bravo was murdered due to his role in an illegal Canadian cigarette smuggling ring.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 55 Signatures


    Don Helms
    ...Helms signature steel guitar sound can be heard on almost every Hank Williams hit.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Mama Cass Elliot
    ...Mama Cass didn't die from choking on a ham sandwich, which is the rumor that's been floating around for years.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 43 Signatures


    Knute Rockne
    Knute Rockne is considered the father of the forward pass in American football.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Isaac Hayes
    ...Hayes and Doug E. Fresh, another Scientologist musician, recorded an album in 2001 called The Joy Of Creating - The Golden Era Musicians And Friends Play L. Ron Hubbard.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 30 Signatures


    Ritchie Valens
    Ritchie Valens is buried in the same cemetery as Bob Hope.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 31 Signatures


    Keith Moon
    Keith Moon died in the same room as Mama Cass.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 22 Signatures


    Beatrix Potter
    Beatrix Potter was an expert in mycology.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 32 Signatures


    Jack Rockne
    Jack Rockne lost his voice to throat cancer and communicated with a dry erase board.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 38 Signatures


    Todd Bachman
    ...Bachman was murdered at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Buddy Holly
    Soon after Buddy Holly's death, his wife miscarried their child.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Agatha Christie
    Agatha Christie once disappeared for eleven days, but was found staying at a hotel under a different name.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Aaron Spelling
    Spelling was sued by a former nurse over claims of sexual harassment and battery.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Bernie Mac
    ...Mac won the Miller Lite Comedy Search at the age of 32.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 271 Signatures


    Mahmoud Darwish
    Mahmoud Darwish was once a member of Rakah, the Israeli communist party.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Bernard Henry Kroger
    ...Kroger worked as a farmhand near Pleasant Plain, Ohio before contracting malaria and having to quit.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Robert Urich
    Robert Urich attended Florida State university on a football scholarship.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 67 Signatures


    Duncan Hines
    A portion of U.S. Route 31W north of Bowling Green, KY was named the Duncan Hines Highway.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Sid Vicious
    After Nancy Spungen's murder, Sid Vicious attempted suicide by slitting his wrists.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 47 Signatures


    Dana Plato
    Dana Plato appeared in the June 1989 issue of Playboy after having her breasts enlarged.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 47 Signatures


    Proof
    Proof only got shot after he murdered a U.S. military veteran, in public no less.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 85 Signatures


    Ray Kroc
    Kroc bought McDonald's from the McDonald Brothers because they weren't interested in having more than a few restaurants.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Robert Palmer
    Robert Palmer was one of three members of Power Station who died before their time.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 35 Signatures


    Wilbur Hardee
    ...Hardee lost the controlling stake to his Hardee's restaurant chain in a poker game.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    Antonio Gava
    ...Gava was arrested with ties to the Camorra, the Neapolitan crime organization.
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    Bernie Brillstein
    Brillstein was executive producer on 10 episodes of Mr. Show with Bob and David.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Jim Henson
    Jim Henson's The Storyteller won an Emmy, but was canceled after only 9 episodes.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 12 Signatures


    Simon Gray
    Simon Gray used to drink four bottles of champagne a day.
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    Harland Sanders
    Colonel Sanders was actually a Private in the army.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 37 Signatures


    Patrick Cranshaw
    ...whenever fans would yell out "Your my boy Blue", Cranshaw would always turn back and say, "I'm your boy Blue".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 18 Signatures


    Orville Redenbacher
    Orville Redenbacher and Charlie Bowman originally wanted to name the popcorn brand RedBow.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Moustapha Akkad
    Moustapha Akkad was the only producer involved with every Halloween film up until his death.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Bob Ross
    ...a Joy of Painting video game was at one time in the works.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 524 Signatures


    Gene Siskel
    The last film Siskel reviewed was the Sarah Michelle Gellar movie Simply Irresistible.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Charles M. Schulz
    ...the last original Peanuts comic strip ran the day after Schulz died.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 9 Signatures


    Harriet Tubman
    Harriet Tubman once had brain surgery without anesthesia, and simply bit down on a bullet instead.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 51 Signatures


    Shari Lewis
    Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop were on Captain Kangaroo before they had their own show.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 30 Signatures


    Elizabeth Báthory
    Dracula was partially based on Countess Elizabeth Báthory.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 86 Signatures


    Anne Frank
    In the 50s, there were accusations that Anne Frank hadn't really existed, and that the Diary had been written by Meyer Levin.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 198 Signatures


    Andy Warhol
    Yoko Ono was in attendance at Warhol's Funeral.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Robert Hazard
    ...Hazard wrote the song "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" in 15 minutes while taking a bath
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Ralph Klein
    ...Klein's father died in Auschwitz
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    Jud Taylor
    Jud Taylor was the vice president of the Directors Guild of America.
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    Glenn Quinn
    ...Quinn appeared in the music video for the Richard Marx song Satisfied
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 174 Signatures


    Darrent Williams
    Aside from his football career, Darrent Williams ran an independent record label.
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    Adolphus Busch
    Adolphus Busch served in the Civil War.
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    Burl Ives
    ...Ives was identified in the infamous 1950 pamphlet Red Channels as an entertainer with supposed Communist ties.
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    Albert Fish
    Albert Fish was given the nickname "Ham and Eggs" as a child at an orphanage.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 116 Signatures


    Chris Penn
    Chris Penn was featured as the voice of a cop in the smash hit video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
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    Cesar Romero
    Cesar Romero regularly wore a tennis bracelet inscribed with his nickname "Butch".
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    Dr. Seuss
    Seuss was once a victim of anti-semitism, despite the fact that he was not Jewish.
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    Reg Lindsay
    ...Lindsay died on his birthday
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    Vincent Price
    Vincent Price's role in Edward Scissorhands was cut short because his disease was affecting his work.
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    John Candy
    John Candy once canceled an awards show appearance because of a joke about his weight.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 57 Signatures


    Dudley Moore
    Dudley Moore was once arrested for beating up his girlfriend backstage at the Academy Awards, but she later denied that it happened.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 35 Signatures


    Edward D. Wood Jr.
    Tim Burton claims that he is a fan of Ed Wood's work and made the characters in his biographical movie more sympathetic than they probably deserved.
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    Ian Curtis
    Joy Division singer Ian Curtis sometimes had seizures on stage, but fans just thought it was part of the show.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Scatman Crothers
    Scatman Crothers earned his nickname as a singer before becoming an actor.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    H.P. Lovecraft
    There was an episode of the cartoon "The Real Ghostbusters" that was based on H.P. Lovecraft's work.
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    Marge Schott
    ...Schott was banned from managing the Reds from 1996 - 1998 due to her sympathizing remarks about NAZI leader Adolf Hitler.
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    Craig Jones
    ...Jones was running second in the race at the time of the race stoppage, he moved up to fifth in the championship
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 11 Signatures


    Joe Yonto
    Joe Yonto led Notre Dame through five games in the 1980 season without giving up a touchdown.
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    Joey Ramone
    There is a city block in NYC named Joey Ramone Place in honor of the deceased vocalist.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Bill Walsh
    Bill Walsh traded the 2nd and 4th round pick in the 1987 draft for QB Steve Young.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 5 Signatures


    Ray Combs
    ...Combs family relied on a $25,000 donation from Johnny Carson to pay for funeral expenses
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 14 Signatures


    Jam-Master Jay
    Jam-Master Jay had already survived one gunshot wound prior to the one that killed him.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    JonBenét Ramsey
    ...Ramsey's murder was the only one in Boulder, Colorado that year.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 69 Signatures


    Bruno Kirby
    ...Kirby was very allergic to horses and needed daily allergy shots on the set of City Slickers
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures


    Skip Caray
    Skip Caray appeared in the movie "The Slugger's Wife" with Randy Quaid and Rebecca De Mornay.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 27 Signatures


    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
    ...Solzhenitsyn was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1970 for his writings, four years later those same writings led to him being exiled from his country.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    River Phoenix
    River Phoenix was a singer-songwriter beloved by many famous musicians such as Nirvana, Tom Petty, R.E.M., and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 65 Signatures


    John Bonham
    ...John Bonham drank four quadruple shots of Vodka for breakfast the day he died.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 20 Signatures


    Marshall Applewhite
    ...Applewhite convinced his cult that Jesus Christ was in a spaceship behind comet Hale-Bopp.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 19 Signatures


    Donald Pleasence
    ...Donald Pleasence's character in the Halloween series was killed off when he died.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 145 Signatures


    Jeff Healey
    ...Jeff Healey lost his eyesight and even had his eyes removed when he was only eight months old.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 35 Signatures


    Rod Roddy
    ...Rod Roddy traveled to Thailand several times a year to have his suits handmade to his specifications
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 7 Signatures


    Jonathan Brandis
    ...a depressed Jonathan Brandis took his own life after his scenes were cut from the film Hart's War.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 463 Signatures


    Fred Gwynne
    ...Fred Gwynne wrote and illustrated several children's books.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 23 Signatures


    Bob Clark
    ... Bob Clark directed both comedic and horrific holiday pictures A Christmas Story and Black Christmas.
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    Michael Hutchence
    ...many believe that Hutchence died accidentally while masturbating.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Pauline Baynes
    ...Baynes was the J. R. R. Tolkien's "chosen" illustrator
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Bruce E. Ivins
    ...Ivins helped the FBI analyze Anthrax after the attacks that he was later believed to be involved in.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 10 Signatures


    Jeffrey Dahmer
    ...Jeffrey Dahmer performed experimental lobotomies on some of his victims before he killed them.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 89 Signatures


    Anne Armstrong
    ...The Dick Cheney hunting incident took place on the Armstrong family ranch in south Texas
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    Orson Welles
    ...Orson Welles was the voice of the planet-eating robot Unicron in The Transformers: The Movie.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Margaret Ringenberg
    ...Tom Brokaw devoted a chapter to Margaret Ringenberg in his book The Greatest Generation
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Bruce Adler
    ...Adler was the singing voice for the narrator in Disney's Aladdin
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 8 Signatures


    Les Crane
    ...that the first American television appearance for The Rolling Stones was on Les Crane's TV show?
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Michael DeBakey
    ...that the father of modern heart medecine's wife died of a heart attack?
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    Edgar Allan Poe
    ...that rabies has been cited as a possible cause for the death of legendary writer Edgar Allan Poe?
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    George Carlin
    Carlin himself once said, “I dread the deaths of certain super-celebrities. Not because I care about them, but because of all the shit I have to endure on television when one of them dies. All those tributes and retrospectives. And the bigger the personality, the worse it is.”
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    Johnny Cash
    Cash became friendly with every US president, starting with Richard Nixon. Whom he performed live for.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 13 Signatures


    Pete Maravich
    If Maravich accrued his points during the 3pt era, he would have averaged 57 points a game in college
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 2 Signatures


    Kurt Eberling, Sr.
    ...Eberling invented SpaghetiOs
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 6 Signatures


    C.S. Lewis
    C.S Lewis was good friends with J.R.R. Tolkien. The two were constantly inspiring the other to write stories.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Joe Ranft
    ...Ranft was the voice of Wheezy the penguin in the Toy Story films.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 15 Signatures


    Jack Paar
    ...Paar was a key figure in the shift in power from print to television with his public feud with Walter Winchell.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 1 Signature


    Harry Caray
    Harry Caray once made a racist comment at Japanese pitcher Hideo Nomo's debut and refused to apologize.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 4 Signatures


    John Adams
    ...Adams died on the same die as his formal political rival, turned friend, Thomas Jefferson.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 74 Signatures


    James Madison
    ...Madison teamed with Thomas Jefferson to from a new party, which they called the "Republican Party".
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 3 Signatures


    James Monroe
    Monroe was the third president to die on Independence Day.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 25 Signatures


    Andrew Jackson
    Andrew Jackson had red hair before it turned gray as portrayed in portraits of him.
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    Grover Cleveland
    Grover Cleveland was on the 1,000 Dollar Bill from 1928 to 1946.
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    Woodrow Wilson
    Wilson opposed the checks and balances system of government claiming it made it hard for people to know who was up to no good.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 19 Signatures


    Herbert Hoover
    Hoover was a strong believer in the U.S. remaining Neutral during World War II.
    FDDB Listing - Guestbook - 17 Signatures