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Late 19th/Early 20th century American artist and illustrator best known for his painting 'The Quest of the Holy Grail'
U.S. Supreme Court Justice since since January 31, 2006 and nominated by George W Bush
He won the Best Actor Oscar in 1931 for 'The Champ' and played Long John Silver in 'Treasure Island'
Founder of the German Empire, he dominated European politics from the 1860s to 1890
48 year old Scottish singer who became an overnight sensation after performing ''I Dreamed a Dream'' on 'Britain's Got Talent'
Silent era actor known as “The Man of a Thousand Faces”
Jamaican musician best known for his hits 'Many Rivers To Cross', 'Wonderful World, Beautiful People' and 'The Harder They Come'
19th century financier and robber-baron known as the “Barnum of Wall Street”
Revolutionary 19th century female French mathematician, physicist and philosopher
Reality TV star of the series 'Jon & Kate Plus 8'
Sha Na Na founder and youngest musician at Woodstock, he had a top 10 solo hit in 1976 with 'Shannon'
17th century English physician who was the first to describe accurately how blood was pumped around the body by the heart
Early 20th century Blues singer who wrote 'Downhearted Blues' (1922) and revived her career in the 1970s
Character actor best known as boss Arthur Carlson on 'WKRP In Cincinnati'
Current 'Saturday Night Live' cast member best known for his character of Mokiki and impressions of Robyn and Eminem
Actor best known for playing Liam Court on the CW's '90210'
Actress best known for playing the tragic lead in the 1970 film 'Love Story'
MSNBC political commentator who was the first openly gay anchor of a major prime-time news program in the U.S.
Author and Historian best known for his works on the life of John F Kennedy including 'The Death of A President' (1968)
American-born Irish science fiction writer best known for the Dragonriders of Pern series
Irish Romantic Painter (1786-1863) best known for his scenes of rural life and anecdotal genre
Nobel Prize winning surgeon who performed the first successful kidney transplants between living patients
Danish Boxer who won the IBO (1996) and IBC (2000) Heavyweight Championships
Braves Hall of Fame knuckleball pitcher who won 318 major league games
3rd generation WWE wrestler known as 'The Viper'
Actress who starred in 'One on One' and '48 Hours' and played Martha Kent on TV's 'Smallville'
Singer, dancer and actress who starred in the 40s & 50s musicals 'A Date With Judy', 'Royal Wedding' and 'Seven Brides For Seven Brothers'
Russian composer and piano virtuoso known for his 'Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini' (1934)
Singer and Actress who starred in 'Tammy and the Bachelor', 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown' and played Grace's mother on 'Will & Grace'
American dog musher who became the first woman to win the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race
French poet and dramatist who wrote 'Cyrano de Bergerac'
Legendary University of Michigan football coach who compiled a record of 234–65–8
Lead vocalist for the Country band Lady Antebellum
English singer whose project M had the 1979 #1 hit 'Pop Muzik'
Director and filmmaker whose movies include 'Get Shorty' and the 'Men In Black' series
Defenceman who played 22 seasons in the National Hockey League and won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 2000
Outfielder/First Baseman who played 23 Major League seasons, compiled 2,716 hits and was the first breakout star of the Montreal Expos
English underworld figure and World Poker champion known as 'Devilfrish'
British crime writer, journalist and novelist best known for creating 'King Kong'
17th century poet and 2nd Earl of Rochester best known for his work 'A Satyr Against Reason and Mankind'
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