First U.S. President from 1789-1797.
First U.S. President from 1789-1797.
Triple-double machine who was selected to his first NBA All-Star game in 2010 while a member of the Celtics.
Free-spirited actor who gained fame for her roles in E.T., Mad Love, and Charlie's Angels, and who won a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2010 for Grey Gardens.
NBA Hall of Fame forward and guard who scored over 30,000 points during his career with the ABA and the NBA.
Choreographer of contemporary, modern dance who has been a judge on So You Think You Can Dance.
Australian naturalist who was unafraid of dangerous animals.
Father of the Kardashian sisters, he represented OJ in the trial of the decade.
Brilliant Polish piano composer with the Romantic style.
English comedian, television personality and game show host of UK's Price is Right and Strictly Come Dancing.
British singer who rose to fame after the release of his debut album and hit song, You're Beautiful.
Best known for her role as the matriarch of the Weasley family in the Harry Potter film series.
Filipino actress famous as Kim in the musical Miss Saigon.
Star Trek: Voyager fans know her as Seven of Nine.
Record executive and actor who appeared in Rock of Ages along with several musicians.
At 8' 11' he was the tallest man in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Played a role model in Father Knows Best and Marcus Welby, M.D..
Fashion guru and co-host of TV reality program What Not to Wear.
Actor since age 3, starring in Pet Sematary, Full House, and several movies.
Formed the reggae-rock band Sublime and died of a heroin overdose.
Spanish-born filmmaker who made films all over Spain, Mexico, France, and the US.
Portrays the role of the sinister, anti-hero vigilante in the film The Punisher alongside John Travolta, and was on Hung.
Best known for playing Casey Hughes on As the World Turns and Matt Donovan on The Vampire Diaries.
First manager to win the World Series in both major leagues.
British army officer and founder of the Boy Scouts.
Former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts.
Professional golfer, born in Fiji, who challenged Tiger Woods.
Comedic actress who is best known for her hilarious work on Saturday Night Live.
Producer of I Spy, Dick Van Dyke, and The Andy Griffith show.
Director of films such as The Silence of the Lambs and Rachel Getting Married.
Acting veteran who has starred in over 350 productions including Big Trouble in Little China as Lo Pan.
English television and radio host known for The Chris Moyles Show and Chris Moyles' Quiz Night.
Lead singer and guitarist for Sublime who died from a heroin overdose at age 28.
Co-creator of the highly successful Mortal Kombat video game franchise released in 2013 Injustice: Gods Among Us.
Former NASCAR champions won the Nationwide Series 11 times
American tennis player who won several youngest player awards.
Wife of Lord Baden Powell and force behind the Girl Guides/Girl Scouts.
Talented actress of the musical Little Shop of Horrors.
Award-winning actor best recognized for his work on Twin Peaks and Desperate Housewives.
Longtime Massachusetts senator, brother of JFK and RFK
Led a cinema career which spanned 60 years, and the father of Juliet and Haley.
Emerging actress who has had roles in The Ugly Truth (2009) and Gamer (2009).
German philosopher who said, 'Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world.'
TV actor and producer who plays the role of Toby on The Office, which he also produces.
Member of the British girl group Atomic Kitten.
Lead vocalist, guitarist and founding member of the punk rock group Plain White T's.
Best known for portraying Dr. Monica Quartermaine on General Hospital.
Veteran actor has earned two Primetime Emmy nominations for guest television roles.
German physicist expanded on radio wave research was the first to send and receieve them
Skilled pianist whose fame stemmed from her mentorship of several future renowned pianists.
First Puerto Rican tennis player to play in the major tournaments and also the first to win an Olympic gold medal.