23 names.

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1. Michael Biehn Michael Biehn Actor, The Terminator Michael Connell Biehn was born on July 31, 1956 in Anniston, Alabama, to Marcia (Connell) and Don Biehn, a lawyer. He grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska, and at age 14 moved with his family to Lake Havasu, Arizona, where he won a drama scholarship to the University of Arizona. He left prematurely two years later to pursue an acting career in Hollywood...
2. Dakota Brookes Dakota Brookes Actress, Girlvana 4 Comely and petite 5'3" brunette Dakota Brookes was born on November 9, 1988 in Anniston, Alabama. Dakota lost her virginity at age 18 and did her first hardcore shoot involving fellatio at that same age in 2007 to get revenge on her ex-fiancée for cheating on her. Among the notable companies Brookes has appeared in X-rated features for are Devil's Film...
3. Ruth Elder Ruth Elder Actress, Moran of the Marines
4. Forrest Carter Forrest Carter Writer, The Outlaw Josey Wales Forrest Carter, the author of the controversial memoir (now recognized as a work of fiction) "The Education of Little Tree," was the pen-name of Asa Earl Carter (September 4, 1925-June 7, 1979), a rabid segregationist who was an infamous racist propagandist in the 1960s. A leader of the White Citizens...
5. Tyler Waldrop Tyler Waldrop Actor, Lone Star State of Mind Tyler Waldrop grew up in Anniston, Alabama where he attended Jacksonville High School. After graduation he took acting classes at Jacksonville State University. From there he moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting as a career. Using school as a means of getting to L.A., he enrolled at Pepperdine University in Malibu...
6. Eric Davis Eric Davis Self, Speak for Yourself
7. Austin James Austin James Writer, Luck of the Irish
8. David Satcher David Satcher Self, Super Size Me
9. Lucky Millinder Lucky Millinder Soundtrack, The Killer Inside Me Bandleader Lucky Millinder was born in Alabama and raised in Chicago. He got his start in the music business--even though he didn't play any instrument and, according to some, couldn't even read music--as an emcee, and in 1934 he took over the Mills Blue Rhythm Band, among whom were such respected musicians as Henry 'Red' Allen...
10. James Harman James Harman Composer, The Accused Blues singer and harmonica player James Harman was born in Anniston, AL, in 1946. In the early 1970s he settled in Southern California after having lived and played in Chicago, New York, Miami and New Orleans, and has been a part of the California blues scene since then. His recording career started in 1981 with "This Band Won't Behave"...
11. Mark McWhorter Mark McWhorter Actor, Big Fish
12. Ken Hutcherson Ken Hutcherson
13. Joshua Otis Miller Joshua Otis Miller Director, The Distance
14. David O'Shields David O'Shields Director, America's Lost Landscape: The Tallgrass Prairie David O'Shields has been a working member of the production community since 1985. In addition to his work in public television, he has extensive experience as a cameraman and director in commercial television. David founded New Light Media in 1995 to pursue his dream of making important and engaging documentary films...
15. Andra Franklin Andra Franklin Self, Super Bowl XVII
16. John Reaves John Reaves Self, The NFL on NBC
17. Will Payne Will Payne Producer, News to Me
18. Frances Agnew Frances Agnew Writer, Rainbow Man
19. Will Owsley Will Owsley Self, An Evening with Amy Grant, Featuring the Nashville Symphony
20. Alex Baker Alex Baker Camera and Electrical Department, Soft for Digging
21. Alma Thorpe Alma Thorpe Self, Alma
22. Keith Butler Keith Butler Self, 1983 AFC Championship Game
23. Ryan Greenwood Ryan Greenwood Miscellaneous Crew, The Rick & Bubba Show
23 names.