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A leader of the French Army in the Hundred Years' War, she was burned at the stake at age 19 for allegedly being a witch.
American folk singer and Left activist.
'No wire hangers!!!' Faye Dunaway screamed, playing this Hollywood star in the 1981 film 'Mommie Dearest.'
Some of the films in which she's acted include 'Broadcast News,' 'Working Girl,' 'Say Anything' and 'Arlington Road.'
Some of the films in which she's acted include 'Lethal Weapon,' ''Bird On a Wire' and 'See No Evil, Hear No Evil.'
She was the scheming villainess Alexis Colby of the 80s ABC television series 'Dynasty,' among her many film and tv roles.
Born in 1933, this Russian-Jewish television personality, comedienne, writer, film director and Hollywood socialite.
Among her most notable film roles was playing Valene Ewing—wife of Gary—in the 80s CBS television series 'Knots Landing.'
This 20th-Century actress's film credits 'The Woman in the Window' (1944) and 'Scarlet Street' (1945).
Played hard-rock guitar with Lita Ford in the all-girl band The Runaways before breaking away in 1979 for a solo career.
Also known as Joan Boucher and Joan Butcher, this Merovingian princess.
She was one of the hosts of ABC's 'Good Morning America' for two decades.
A darling of mid-20th Century suspense films, she earned her first Best Actress Oscar for her role in the 1941 Hitchcock film 'Suspicion.'
Chinese actress whose film credits include the 1987 Oscar-winning 'The Last Emperor.'
High-pitched Aussie dame noted for her contribution to renaissance of the bel canto repertoire from the 1950s through the 1980s.
20th-Century Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramicist.
American writer and actress who was editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris (magazine) from 1994 to 2001.
American actress whose film credits include 'Peggy Sue Got Married,' 'Pleasantville,' 'Nixon' and 'The Bourne ...' trilogy.
You may know this Joan better by her WWE name — Chyna.
American folk singer who in 1995 scored her biggest hit, 'One of Us' — which later became the theme song for the short-lived American tv series 'Joan of Arcadia.'
Wife of the 42nd vice president of the United States.
Fictive character from the 70s/ 80s ABC sitcom 'Happy Days' played by Erin Moran.
An American author whose works explore the disintegration of American morals, she penned 'Slouching Towards Bethlehem'—a collection of her essays—in 1968.
American television producer among the founding members of the organization that created the children's show 'Sesame Street.'
British actress who played Miss Marple in the 1980s British television series based on the eponymous Agatha Christie novels.
Three-time Grammy-award-winning British singer and songwriter who scored her biggest international hit with her 1983 single 'Drop the Pilot.'
British actress who played Madge Hardcastle in the 1990s/ 2000s BBC sitcom 'As Time Goes By.'
Acclaimed British actress who was married to Laurence Olivier from 1961 until his death in 1989.
American actress and fashion model whose role in the 1947 film 'Dear Ruth' reportedly inspired author J.D. Salinger to give the protagonist of 'The Catcher in the Rye' her surname.
Prior her untimely death at age 28 in 1951, she was the most prominent female member of the 'Beat Generation' circle — a NY youth movement which spawned writer Jack Kerouac.
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