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Thomas, Tom, Tommy
Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the world's first bionic man.
____ ______ will be that man. Better than he was before.
Better, stronger, faster.
23 year old Frank Zappa appeared on his funny talk show making music with a bicycle.
He has appeared in 6 movies by the Coen Brothers, and was nominated for an Emmy for his role of Tony Soprano's cousin.
He will be seen and heard in the sequels to
Despicable Me & Anchorman.
This Copperhead Road singer is also an
actor, playwright and novelist.
The Crocodile Hunter who was killed while filming underwater for the documentary Ocean's Deadliest.
The title of this actor's memoir
could be confused with another Bible.
Wings actor who starred in The Shining mini-series.
Busy African-American comedian who hosts a radio show, Family Feud and a daytime talk show, and has written
2 books on relationships.
'Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't
matter to me... Going to bed at night saying we've
done something wonderful... that's what matters
to me,' was said by this man who died in 2011.
This singer appeared 27 times on The Carol Burnett Show, often with his wife, Eydie Gorme.
Actor nicknamed The King of Cool, who played
The Cincinnati Kid, Thomas Crown, and Papillon.
This movie star won Grammys for comedy albums,
and a banjo album, plus an Emmy while writing for
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour.
'Kid Canadian' was the first NBA player in Olympic history to carry the torch and light the Olympic cauldron.
Writer-director who created a short film series that parodies classic movies using voice actors' faces superimposed on
One of the singers of We Are the World
who had a solo hit titled, 'Oh Sherrie'.
Canadian comedian best known as his duct tape-loving
alter ego, Red Green.
Singer known as the Demon of Screamin' dropped in to audition on American Idol looking like a lady.
TV's pesky nerd who appeared on Meego, Step by Step,
Full House, and Family Matters.
Musician in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band
who co-starred on The Sopranos.
Gimme Some Lovin' for this Grammy award-winning singer of Higher Love.
He single-handedly invented the Apple I computer
in the 1970s.
Sports Illustrated published a commemorative edition dedicated to this former Detroit Red Wing
who captained the team for 20 years.
Voice actor who appeared in That Thing You Do,
Daddy Day Care & Sahara.
In all truthiness, this host of a satirical news show was once an understudy for Steve Carell.
Hugh Laurie's partner on their sketch comedy show,
and co-star on Jeeves and Wooster & Blackadder.
Known as the 'father of American music', he penned
Oh Susanna, Camptown Races &
Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair.
With a speech-generating device he voices his support of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics.
Prime Minister of Canada who was awarded the Canadian Association of Journalists 'Code of Silence Award'
for his bureaucratic secrecy.
This novelist collaborated with John Mellencamp on a musical play and with Michael Jackson on a 40-minute music video.
He wrote for The Rockford Files, Hunter &
The Greatest American Hero.
Jack Benny considered this Canadian to be
one of his favourite comic writers.
Prolific character actor and voice artist of King of the Hill, Newsradio & No Country for Old Men.
For what it's worth, this guitarist was inducted into
the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice in the same night.
Oscar, Tony and Grammy award-winning composer of
West Side Story & Sweeney Todd.
Oscar-winning director of Schindler's List &
Saving Private Ryan.
Under Siege actor nicknamed The Master of Aikido.
TV and movie character actor who has interestingly played Mitchell Myerson, Sandy and Ned Ryerson.
Comedian with a distinctly lethargic voice and
slow deadpan delivery who won an Oscar for a
short live-action film he co-wrote and starred in.
Dude, it looks like this singer is the only lady on this quiz.
22-time Grammy award-winning singer of
Sir Duke & Isn't She Lovely.
Late blues musician who would have been filled with
Pride and Joy for ranking 6 on Rolling Stone's list of
100 Greatest Guitarists.
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