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'I'll take 'that guy who sings for a band which in 1983 scored its biggest hit'—which just happens to be the same name of this game show you host—for a thousand, Alex.'
American actor whose film credits include 1997's 'As Good As It Gets' and 2003's 'Stuck on You.'
Of peasant roots, this early 20th-Century 'mad' Russian mystic, clairvoyant and faith healer.
American actor, singer, dancer and choreographer whose film credits included 'White Nights,' 'The Cotton Club' and 'A Rage in Harlem.'
Drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the First Round of the 1984 Draft, this running back who would also go on to play for the L.A. Rams and the L.A. Raiders.
Though this American MLB pitcher did two stints with both the Chicago Cubs and the L.A. Dodgers, he acquired most of his 355 career wins with the Atlanta Braves.
This Aussie who spent a total of 331 weeks in the 1980s and 90s ranked as the world's #1 golfer is nicknamed 'The Great White Shark.'
American rock keyboardist whose band House of Lords scored their biggest hit in 1991 with a cover of Blind Faith's 'Can't Find My Way Home.'
American Olympic gold medal-winning diver.
African-American sportscaster who in 2001 became the first to call the play-by-play of a major sports championship — at Super Bowl XXXV.
The four-letter prefix of this American stand-up comedian, television writer/ producer and radio host's surname means 'the bastard son of ...'
American television personality seen on the FOX News Channel shows 'Red Eye' and 'The Five.'
Most of this American slugger's 14-year MLB career was spent with the Milwaukee Brewers — from 1989 to '96.
NBA star who shares a surname—though spelled differently—with a Norse god.
Electronics expert Barney Collier on the 1966-73 CBS television series 'Mission Impossible.'
This NFL wide receiver acquired his first Super Bowl ring in 2011 as a Green Bay Packer.
Canadian-born tennis player who played for the British flag until he retired in 2007.
One of the regulars on the improvisational comedy show 'Whose Line Is It, Anyway?', this guy.
Centerpiece of a Detroit, Michigan-based reality television court show.
Nicknamed 'The Bull,' this former American MLB slugging alum of the Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago White Sox.
Guitarist for and founding member of the Los Angeles, California punk rock band the Circle Jerks.
Two-time world-champion and three-time winner of the Tour de France, this American cyclist.
He played Attorney Atticus Finch in the 1962 film adaptation of Harper Lee's 1960 novel 'To Kill a Mockingbird.'
Director of the film 'Superbad.'
Founder of the science of genetics.
Thomas Gibson played this character on the late 1990s ABC sitcom 'Dharma & Greg.'
Protestant reformer John Calvin said in his 1559 dissertation, the 'Institutes of the Christian Religion,' that this gentleman was 'the last good pope.'
Pope whose term of office ended just 10 years prior to the First Crusade.
Pope who called for the Third Crusade.
The seventh and last of the 'Avignon Popes.'
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