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Seven-time NBA all-star of the 1990s and 2000s, this towering Georgetown Hoya alum.
Dominican MLB player who made his American debut in 1998 as a third baseman for the New York Yankees.
Role of actor Richard Karn on the 1990s ABC tv series 'Home Improvement.'
Early 20th-Century Australian professional rugby player.
Virtuoso American jazz guitarist.
He was Dr. Jason Seaver on the 1980s ABC sitcom 'Growing Pains.'
American actress perhaps best known for her role as Lt. Stephanie Holden in the television series 'Baywatch' from 1992-97.
In 1989, this Canadienne singer/ songwriter scored a number one hit in the USA with 'Black Velvet.'
Four-time winner of the Indianapolis 500 race.
Guitarist for The Beach Boys and member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Hall of Fame MLB catcher who set records for the number of games he played.
All-time leading scorer for the NFL's Tennessee Titans, this retired kicker.
Three-time all-pro wide receiver for the N.Y. Jets from 1985 to 1992.
American baseball Hall-of-Fame Detroit Tigers right fielder.
90s left fielder and slugger for the Cleveland Indians
Nicknamed 'The Round Mound of Sound,' this late New Orleans, LA jazz trumpeter.
Rogue Los Angeles narcotics detective played by Denzel Washington in the 2001 crime drama 'Training Day.'
British popular music artist who in 1978 landed his biggest hit in the U.S. with 'Time Passages'; his biggest hit at home came two years prior with 'Year of the Cat.'
Russian czar from 1881 to 1894.
One of the leaders of the American Women's Suffrage Movement of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.
U.S. Coast Guard WWII veteran who may be best known for his role as 'The Skipper' in the 1964-67 CBS television series 'Gilligan's Island.'
Founder of and singer for the industrial heavy metal band Ministry.
Founding member and former lead singer of British pop/ reggae act UB40.
This one-time NBC weatherman used to be a whole lot bigger, before he had surgery to shrink his stomach.
Known for painting complex cube-like structures in the 1960s, this American painter.
Russian-born U.S. singer and songwriter who starred in 'The Jazz Singer.'
He was Al Delvecchio, owner of Arnold's on the late 1970s/ early 80s ABC sitcom 'Happy Days.'
Best known for his role as Grandpa in the 1960s sitcom 'The Munsters.'
High-priced, high-maintenance American Major League Baseball shortstop/ third baseman.
Calista Flockhart played the role of this fictive Boston attorney.
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