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Can you pick the famous men who had or have some form of the given name 'Curt' or 'Kurt'?
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Three-time World Series-winning pitcher who won two rings with the Boston Red Sox and one with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
NASCAR driver who won the Nextel Cup in 2004.
Author of 'Slaughterhouse Five,' 'Deadeye Dick' and 'Harrison Bergeron.'
Among this American actor's film credits are 'Overboard,' 'Captain Ron' and 'Escape From New York.'
American soul/ funk/ R&B singer, songwriter and producer who won the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1995.
A three-time Pro Bowl selection, this running back for the NFL's Seattle Seahawks from 1983-89.
Super Bowl MVP-winning quarterback of the NFL's St. Louis Rams in 1999.
Founder of and lead singer for the Seattle grunge band Nirvana.
Veejay for MTV in the network's heyday. (You know, when it was GOOD.)
Lead singer for the thrash metal band Dirty Rotten Imbeciles, or D.R.I.
Bronx, NY-born rapper whose 1980 single 'The Breaks' was the first-certified gold-record rap song.
NFL running back who won the Rookie of the Year award with the New England Patriots in 1995 and the rushing title with the NY Jets in 2004.
South Jamaica, NY-born rapper who pledged that he was either going to 'Get Rich or Die Tryin'.'
Air Force general who revolutionized the American Strategic Air Command during the Cold War.
In 1979, this Brooklyn, NY anti-crime activist officially founded the Guardian Angels, a group dedicated to fighting crime and police corruption in NY City.
Slugging MLB outfielder who began his career in 2004 with the Detroit Tigers.
He was 'Booger' in the 'Revenge of the Nerds' films.
Speedy MLB player who began as a rookie in 1956 with the Cincinnati Redlegs.
Retired American professional golfer who in 2007 was voted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Secretary-General of the U.N. from 1981-92; president of Austria from 1986-92 — oh yeah, and an intelligence officer for the German Wehrmacht in WWII.
20th-Century Jewish-Suisse essayist and author.
The number 58 overall pick of the 1981 NBA Draft — by the Kansas City Kings.
German-born American geneticist who led American research on low-dose radiation safety during WWII.
American architect of the Denver International Airport—or DIA—which opened in 1995.
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