18 names.

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1. Ricki Lake Ricki Lake Actress, Serial Mom Ricki Lake was born in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, surprisingly as a blond. She has one sister, who is one year younger than she, named Jennifer. Her father, Barry, is a pharmacist, and her mother, Jill, is a homemaker. The two currently reside in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ricki attended Hastings Elementary as a child...
2. William Lee Scott William Lee Scott Actor, Pearl Harbor
3. Peter Strauss Peter Strauss Actor, xXx: State of the Union Peter Strauss has focused on theater for the last few years. He recently performed the role of Leonardo da Vinci in "Divine Rivalry" at Hartford Stage, Ben Bradlee in "Top Secret: The Battle for the Pentagon Papers" for the New York Theater Workshop, Sigmund Freud in "Sabina" for Primary Stages and in "The Outgoing Tide" as an Alzheimer's patient for the Delaware Theater and Primary Stages in NY...
4. Henry Kulky Henry Kulky Actor, Love Nest
5. Chester Erskine Chester Erskine Producer, The Egg and I
6. Frances Lear Frances Lear Costume and Wardrobe Department, Divorce American Style
7. David Petraeus David Petraeus Self, America's Secret Killers
8. Christopher Rowley Christopher Rowley Actor, A Dead Husband in a Western Town
9. Dorothy Caruso Dorothy Caruso Writer, The Great Caruso
10. Alan Brock Alan Brock Actor, Shriek of the Mutilated
11. Indian Larry Indian Larry Self, Rockets Redglare!
12. Katherine Brown Katherine Brown Self, The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind
13. Heather Blossom Brown Heather Blossom Brown Actress, Bloodlust
14. Joan Aguado Joan Aguado Producer, Rookie of the Year
15. Willie Hoppe Willie Hoppe Self, Columbia World of Sports 4801: The Willie Hoppe Story
16. Bob Trowbridge Bob Trowbridge Self, Game 3
17. Donald P. Gregg Donald P. Gregg Self, The Korean War: Fire and Ice
18. William Jerome William Jerome Soundtrack, Everyone Says I Love You Songwriter ("And the Green Grass Grew All Around"), singer, actor and author, a charter member of ASCAP (1914) and one of its directors (1914-1925). He appeared in minstrel shows and later became a music publisher. His wife was Maude Nugent Jerome. His Broadway stage scores include "Piff! Paff! Pouf!"...
18 names.