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With rap group Beastie Boys US
Academy Award nominated actor, writer, comedian & director US
Guitarist for rock group Rush, Canadian
American musician, satirist & TV prducer
Canadian pop singer - songwriter
Black Eyed Peas hip hop muisician, born Philippines
Irish actor, best known for his roles in The Quiet Man in 1952 and Going My Way in 1944. He achieved fame as the only actor to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor for the same role as Father Fitzgibbon in Going My Way in 1944. He won the Best Supporting Actor Award that year for this role.
American Record Producer, Singer - Songwriter
American blues guitarist & singer-songwriter
Hungarian actor portrayed Count Dracula
Academy Award winner, Good Will Hunting 1998 as screenwriter
Guitarist for Linkin Park
DJ & early rock and roll star, US
Vocalist with Sum 41. Married to Avril Lavigne.
Rock 'n'roll teen idol of late 1950's, US
US Rock 'n' Roll & R&B musician
American Teen Idol, his most famous popular hit was 1960s "Wild One" which reach #2
American Pop Singer, had a hit in 1961 'Take Care of My Baby' which went to #1
American Pop Singer, his most famous song that went to No.1 was in 1963 'Blue Velvet'
British-born entertainer, US
American singer/songwriter & guitarist for Rock Group 'Grateful Dead', recognized as founding member of band
American Rock 'n' Roll singer - songwriter & guitarist, aka The Originator
Former lead singer of Rock Group 'AC/DC, 1946-1980 RIP
Saxophonist, biggest hit with Yakety Sax in 1963, 1927-2007 RIP
Actor, famous for portaying Frankenstein's monster, British
American Actor/Comedian, played Robert Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond.
Full stage name was Gilbert M. "Broncho Billy" Anderson. American silent fim star who played 3 roles in the 1903 12 minute film "The Great Train Robbery". Formed Essanay Studios with George Kirke Spoor in 1907 and starred in some 300 short films for this studio until 1916. He also directed, wrote and produced motion pictures.
Guitarist, wears a KFC bucket (on head)
American singer & guitarist
Reggae singer & musician, Jamaica
Vocalist and Instrumentalist, famous for his collaborations with Frank Zappa
Singer, convert to Islam (Yusuf Islam), British
American comedian, writer and actor, winner of three Emmy Awards
US singer - songwriter, best known for his hits 'Sailing' and 'Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)'
US jazz drummer, had a #1 hit with Topsy Part 2
British Pop Singer of the 1960s, best known for the hit 'Pied Piper'
American singer - songwriter, in 1976 had a #1 hit with "Convoy"
American rock singer, songwriter & guitarist, often called the architect of 'swamp rock boogie'
English pop musician, had a hit with the single "Beautiful Sunday" in 1972
Actor, singer, comedian, US
American singer - songwriter, was with group Hall & Oates
Born UK, grew up Canada, musician & singer, best known as vocalist with "Blood, Sweat and Tears"
US singer-songwriter, guitarist, founding memeber of "The Bryds" was also a member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Pianist, songwriter, actor, US
American Actor & Singer, best known as Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson in Starsky & Hutch 1975-79, and for the song hits 'Don't Give Up On Us' and 'Silver Lady'
Scottish actor, played the Doctor in Doctor Who.
British actor, banned from entering China because of his role in the movie 'Seven years in Tibet' (1997)
American actor, best known for his role as Superman in the TV series Lois and Clark
Bassist for Punk Band 'Ramones', 1951-2002 RIP
Vocalist with the Moody Blues
Lead guitarist with The Allman Brothers Band
American actor best known as Maxwell Smart (Agent 86) on the television comedy "Get Smart" 1965-1970 and 1995
American pop music singer
Scottish singer - songwriter & guitarist
American pianist, singer - songwriter of boogie woogie and Rock 'n' Roll
Lead guitarist with Allman Brothers Band, died 1971, US
American stage, film character actor known for the role in Green Acres
American Rock singer - songwriter during the 1970s and 1980s
Lead singer for Rock Band 'Pearl Jam'
Lead guitarist with irish rockers U2
Lead Guitar and Trumpet for NOFX
American musician, of the group Seals & Croft
Former KISS drummer, 1950-1991 RIP
African American rhythm & blues singer
German singer, had hit with 'Rock Me Amadeus', 1957-1998 RIP
Big beat musician, British. Born Quenin Leo Cook, he changed his name legally in 2002 to Norman Quentin Cook.
Lead Vocals and Bass for NOFX
Bassist for Rock group Korn, plays nu - metal
American rapper, member of Public Enemy
Bassist for rock group Red Hot Chili Peppers, Australian born
American actor, singer and former teen idol
American Rock 'n' Roll & R & B singer
A legend of classic American radio and star of the "Fred Allen Show" and "Town Hall Tonight" his radio career lasted from 1934 to 1949. He and Jack Benny carried on a long running mock feud.
Mexican - American Country & Rock 'n' Roll singer
American film actor, two Academy Awards, one Academy Honorary Award and one Golden Globe Award
American musician, son of comedian Jerry Lewis
US rhythm & blues and rock 'n' roll singer
Bassist with rock band Rush, Canadian
US singer, his signature hit was 1962 hit "Duke of Earl"
American Rock 'n' Roll pioneer musician, best known for the hit 'Be-Bop-A-Lula'
English actor, winner of Academy Award 1930 for Disraeli
American comedian and actor
English drummer in bands Graham Bond Organiztion and Cream 1966-1968, and
American singer - songwriter, guitarist and pianist, was a member of The Bryds and The Flying Burrito Brothers
American hip hop musician and DJ, born in Barbados
Founder of 808 State, along with Graham Massey and Martin Price.
Croatian-American pop singer during the 1950s, his first hit was the 1951s "My Heart Cries For You"
Singer, 1927-2003 RIP, inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame 1990
Canadian Rock singer/songwriter
American guitarist and founder of Rock group Korn
Lead singer and lyricist of Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Since the mid 1990s, Johnson has worked primarily as a successful painter. [wikipedia]
American Musician & Bandleader, he sang Blues, Soul, Rock and Funk, was married to Tina Turner
American lyricist who collaborated with his younger brother, composer George Gershwin, to create some of the most memorable songs of the 20th century. [wikipedia]
American composer and lyricist
Guitar and lead vocalist of the rock duo, 'The White Stripes'
Electronic musician, British
More of an AKA than a stage name, perhaps.
Vocalist with The Scissor Sisters
American television actor, a two-time Golden Globe awards for Marcus Welby M.D. and an Emmy for Marcus Welby M.D.
US TV & Film actor and singer
American TV and film actor, was in the show M*A*S*H as Corporal Klinger
American TV, cinema and musical theatre actor, best known in Seinfeld
Vocalist with Spiritualized
US singer, also known as the Voice, was lead singer in 1960s band Jay and the American
African / American R & B singer, was a member of R & B group Dru Hill
R 'n' b record producer, US
American pop music singer, songwriter and record producer
American actor in the 1950s
American Jazz pianist, bandleader and composer
Country singer & guitarist
Comedy actor, director, US
American country & western singer/songwriter
Vocalist for folk-rock group 'The Youngbloods', had an American top 5 with 'Get Together' (1969)
Black Oak Arkansas lead singer
American composer and winner of 4 Academy Awards for Best Original Song: Swinging on a Star" (1944), "All the Way" (1957), "High Hopes" (1959) and "Call Me Irresponsible" (1963). He also received 10 Academy Award Nominations for Best Original Song which include "(Love Is) The Tender Trap" (1955), "The Second Time Around" (1960), "Pocketful of Miracles" (1961), "My Kind of Town" (1964), and "Thoroughly Modern Millie" (1967)
American soul / R & B singer - songwriter & arranger
Allegedly because he looked like Joe 90.
American Singer - Songwriter, biggest hit was 'Games People Play' in 1968
Was lead singer of The Clash, describes himself as a "mouthy little git"
American Soul Singer - Songwriter, very popular during the 1960s & 1970s
American entertainer , best remembered for being in the Rat Pack
US singer, was lead singer of Joey Dee & The Starliters
Lead singer of Punk Band 'The Ramones', 1951-2001 RIP
US Rock singer-songwriter
Folksinger-songwriter, died 1997, US
American actor, was in Dynasty as Blake Carrington
Vocalist with Steppenwolf
American R & B & Blues pianist & bandleader
American Country Music Singer, he was famous for recording the song "Take this job and shove it"
Guitarist for Punk Group 'The Ramones', 1948-2004 RIP
American Rock 'n' Roll singer-songwriter & guitarist
Vocalist with the Sex Pistols, P.I.L.
Guitarist for Rock Band 'New York Dolls', 1952-1991 RIP
Actor, US. He was named Marion Robert Morrison at birth, but this was changed to Marion Michael Morrison when his parents decided to name their next son Robert.
American Singer - Songwriter, with the group The All Stars
American Blues vocalist & harmonica player, 1934-1998 RIP
American singer, he is CEO & founder of UTP Records
Retired American professional basketball player
American DJ and record producer
American singer - songwriter and producer, was with the band K. C. and the Sunshine Band
Singer with Mercyful Fate
American actor, has been honored with a Lifetime Achievement Academy Award 1996
Vocalist with Imagination. There really are 3 e's in the spelling of Leee
American, played piano & guitar, was best known for his 1971 Top 10 pop hit "Do you know what I mean"
American stand-up comedian, writer, social critic and satirist
American singer - songwriter
English singer & guitarist
American Jazz guitarist & Inventor
American Singer, best known as lead vocalist of R & B group The 'Four Tops'
Vocalist with Kajagoogoo. Limahl is an anagram of his surname
American actor of stage, radio and film. 1878-1954
US singer with group The Imperials, was noted for his high-pitched falsetto voice
American singer, songwriter and pianist, had hits with "Tutti Frutti", :Lucille" and "Long Tall Sally"
American singer - songwriter, had several Top 10 hits in the early 1970s including "Me and You and a Dog Named Boo"
US singer-songwriter during the 1960s. He had a number #1 hit in 1966 with "Lightnin' Strikes" and the controversial "Rhapsody In The Rain" which reached #16 in the US also in 1966
American actor and comedian and known as one half of comedy team Abbott and Costello
US country music singer-songwriter, had a #1 hit with "Baby, Don't Get Hooked On Me", also wrote the hit song "In the Ghetto" for Elvis Presley
Former American professional basketball player
South African keyboard player, member of Manfred Mann a British pop band
Bass guitarist in The Stone Roses
Puerto Rican-American singer songwriter popular in Latin American
English singer with T Rex and helped cultivate the glam rock era
American singer, 1921-1959
Vocalist with Mental As Anything
US singer with Jefferson Airplane
American Country & Western singer
British reggae singer-songwriter
American director, writer, actor, has one Academy Award, three Emmy Awards, three Grammy Awards and three Tony Awards
American actor, writer, director, and producer. best known for his role as Little Joe Cartwright on the television western "Bonanza" 1959-1973, Charles Ingalls on "Little House On The Prairie" 1974-1983 and Jonathan Smith on "Highway To Heaven" 1984-1989. he wrote and directed an auto-biographical film "The Loneliest Runner" in 1976.
Motley Crue lead guitarist
American actor of Armenian descent, starred in the TV show Mannix
American bassist of rock band Green Day
American comedian, he was the first major star of television
From the novel 'Moby Dick', written by his great-uncle Herman Melville.
A French playwright and actor who is considered to be one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature. born January 15, 1622 died February 17, 1673
Championship Boxer whose name actually was Muhammad Ali after legally changing his name.
Guitarist with rock band Korn
American songwriter & record producer, he had a Top 5 hit novelty song called "They're Coming to Take Me Away Ha-Haaa" in 1966
Selected Best Actor in 1974 at St. Peter's Preparatory High School
American singer, songwriter and jazz pianist
Keyboardist for Rock Band 'Duran Duran'
Is the nephew of Francis Ford Coppola. Changed his name early in his career to avoid accusations of nepotism.
Bassist for Rock Group 'Motley Crue'
American Musician, Singer & Actor
African / American rapper and founder of R & B band Dru Hill
Lead guitarist & backup vocalist for Rock band Offspring
American rapper & hip-hop star, 1972-1997 RIP
American rapper, 1968-2000 RIP
American pop singer, had a hit single in 1969 with "Good Morning Starshine" from the Rock Musicial 'Hair'
Black Sabbath Lead singer before going out on his own, previously known to bite the heads off live bats at concerts!
Born what is now Lviv, Ukraine, Academy Award winning stage and film actor. In his day he was considered one of the greatest living actors. 1895-1967
American hard rock guitarist for 'KISS'
American actor and author, has narrated many documentaries and audio books
American Musician & Actor, was in TV show 'The Monkees'
Jamaican musician & guitarist, 1944-1987 RIP
Vocalist with the J. Geils Band
French actor, his best known film was Un chien andalou
American singer - songwriter & actor
What do you know. It really is his name.
1918-1980, pianist and founding father of New Orleans R & B
American rapper & record producer
Welsh born American actor whose film career spanned from 1929-1985. he won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in Billy Wilder's "Lost Weekend" in 1945. he was Oliver Barrett III in "Love Story" in 1970. he teamed with Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock's "Dial M for Murder". he played Professor Vernon Simpson who used wood repellent to break into Major League Baseball in 1949 in "It Happens Every Spring" with Jean Peters and Paul Douglas.
American Country Music & Pop Singer, known for his novelty songs including 'The Streak'
Drummer in The Stone Roses.
Welsh actor, had been nominated seven times for Academy Awards for acting, but never won
British-born American actor, known for acting in Hogan's Heroes and the original host of Family Feud
American Rock 'n' Roller, known for the hit 'La Bamba', died in plane crash with Buddy Holly and The Big Bopper February 3rd, 1959
Former guitarist with The Edgar Winter Group
American funk, soul R & B, pop rock singer. Had the unofficial title of "The King of Punk - Funk". [Wikipedia]
American singer 1940-1985
Australian - American Songwriter, Musician & Actor, had a #1 hit with 'Jessie's Girl'
Scottish TV and film actor
American singer - songwriter
American actor, father of Alan Alda
French-born American actor, published auther and lecturer, known as LeBeau on Hogan's Heroes
American musician, film director & writer, founder, lead singer/songwriter for American Heavy Metal Band 'White Zombie'
American actor and former professional wrestler
American film and television actor. 1925-1985
American R&B performer, son of Motown founder Berry Gordy
American comedian and actor, best known for his catchphrase "I don't get no respect"
French director and journalist 1928-2000
US singer-songwriter & record producer, best known as lead for the group The Archies 1968-71
Founded the drum and bass collective Reprazent in 1999.
American singer 1930-2004
Black Sabbath vocalist, replaced Ozzy Osbourne in 1979
British Singer, leader of 'The Hurricanes', their drummer in 1962 was Ringo Starr
Vocalist with Classix Nouveaux
Rock 'n' Roll singer, he was fron man for the 'Pharoahs', their most notable song was "Wooly Bully"
American singer, best known for his 1967 hit "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)
African - American singer
French poet, singer-songwriter, actor and director. 1928-1991
Jamaican/American Reggae Singer
Vocalist for Black Metal Band Dimmu Borgir, Norwegian musician
English Punk Musician, played bass for 'The Sex Pistols'
American singer in R&B & Gospel Band 'Dru Hill'
English born, former guitarist for rock band 'Guns n' Roses'
American musician, songwriter and record producer
American R&B & soul singer with 'The Miracles'
American record producer, singer, actor and politician
Vocalist with Rocket From The Crypt
American director of music videos & commercials
Vocalist for Rock Band 'Aerosmith'
The first half of the famous comedy team of Laurel and Hardy. he was a English comedy actor, writer and director. he came as part of Fred Karno's touring troupe of actors (which included Charlie Chaplin) to America in 1910. he teamed with Oliver Hardy from 1927 to 1954.
English singer, best known as a founding member of Pink Floyd
American singer the band 'Black Eyed Peas'
American comedian, character actor and entertainer best known for the sitcom Home Improvement
American rapper & producer
American Singer & Ukulele Player, his most famous song was 'Tiptoe Through the Tulips"
American singer & guitarist and member of The Jackson 5
Until the age of 18, Thomas Cruise Mapother IV wanted to become a priest rather than an actor.
American film actor most remembered as the boy next door for Judy Garland in the 1944 film "Meet Me In St. Lou
American actor, won a Golden Globe Award 1956 for best actor, The Seven Year Itch
American singer of popular music, standards and jazz
American singer, best know with the group 'Dawn', they had a #1 hit in the 1970s with "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree"
American hip hop, R&B singer/songwriter & producer
Drummerin rock band Green Day, US
Jamaican musician & reggae singer. a.k.a. The Originator
Greek Composer of Electronic, New Age & Classical Music, he won an Academy Award for his winning score for 'Chariots of Fire'
Former guitarist for Heavy Rock band KISS
Northern Irish singer - songwriter, author & poet, was with a group called 'Them' writing their hit "Gloria"
American actor, noted for his baritone voice as well as for his sizeable girth
American film actor 1918-1981
American rapper, actor & tv personality
Italian born French actor and singer. he was discovered in 1944 by Edith Piaf and mentored by her. he was married to actress Simone Signoret from 1951 until her death in 1985. best known in America as psychiatrist Marc Chabot counseling Daisy Gamble (Barbra Streisand) in the 1970 film "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever."
American rock musician/songwriter and former guitarist for Life, Sex & Death & Marilyn Manson
Facts contributed by:
Allan R. Matthes