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This bandleader and clarinetist had 8 wives, including Ava Gardner and Lana Turner
This actress hit it big on TV twice, first with 'Maude' and then with 'The Golden Girls'
This humorist and columnist once sued for the revenues from 'Coming to America'
This author wrote 'Hotel' and 'Airport' both of which were turned into films and TV
This legendary African-American tennis player has a stadium named after him in Queens
This is the main human character in 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy'
On 'Happy Days,' this Henry Winkler character is the epitome of cool
This is the weak-willed preacher and father of Pearl in 'The Scarlet Letter'
This 20th century Polish pianist and prodigy performed at Carnegie Hall at the age of 12
This man became president of the US when Garfield was assassinated
This comic was a cast-member of both 'The Howard Stern Show' and 'MadTV'
Musical partner of W.S. Gilbert who created the operetta 'The Pirates of Penzance'
This British author created both Moriarty and Sherlock Holmes
Simpsons's character and millionaire voiced by Jon Lovitz, who was Marge's prom date
This son of Helen Hayes played Danno, the policeman, on 'Hawaii Five-O'
In the Harry Potter books, he's the father of Ginny, George and Charlie
This historian won the Pulitzer for his JFK biography, 'A Thousand Days'
This playwright of 'Death of a Salesman' was also married to Marilyn Monroe
This French poet was protrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio in 'Total Eclipse'
This man was the original host of Jeopardy! long before the Trebek incarnation
Pioneering TV host and author of 'Kids Say the Darnedest Things'
This wide receiver for the Washington Redskins was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2008
This man conducted the Boston Pops Orchestra until he was replaced by John Williams
On 'Seinfeld,' George Constanza repeatedly uses this alias who is an importer-exporter
American general who said 'Old soldiers never die; they just fade away.'
In 'Shrek 3', this character, voiced by Justin Timberlake, is named after a mythic king
This comic artist was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his memoir, 'Maus'
This early British film actor also had a 'Fish and Chips' restaurant chain named after him
This actor played sewer worker Ed Norton on the classic 'The Honeymooners'
This musican never has been as big as his musical collaborator, Paul Simon
This pioneering science fiction author created the 'evil' HAL in '2001'
This Boston-based management consulting company is the world's first
This Hungarian-born author is most known for his anti-totalitarian novel, 'Darkness at Noon'
This Italian composer and conductor became a household name as he lead the NBC orchestra
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