43 names.

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1. Phyllis Diller Phyllis Diller Actress, A Bug's Life The indefatigable nonagenarian finally put out an autobiography in 2005 and entitled it "Like a Lampshade in a Whorehouse", which pretty much says it all when recalling the misfit life and career of the fabulous, one-of-a-kind Phyllis Diller. It may inspire all those bored, discouraged and/or directionless...
2. James Black James Black Actor, Out of Sight A onetime professional football player for the Cleveland Browns, James has always had a passion for the arts and pursued his passion even while playing for the Browns for two years as a running back. He also played for the Canadian team, The Ottawa Rough Riders. Many recall James as the security specialist...
3. Ben Roethlisberger Ben Roethlisberger Self, Super Bowl XLV Drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers as the heir apparent to Tommy Maddox, Ben Rothelisberger wound up taking the NFL by storm in the 2004 season. When Maddox went down with an injury in Pittsburgh's 2nd week loss of 2004 to the Baltimore Ravens, Rothelisberger was elevated to starting quarterback, and the Steelers' season was never the same...
4. Walter Baldwin Walter Baldwin Actor, The Best Years of Our Lives
5. Al Snow Al Snow Actor, Overtime
6. Ryan Drummond Ryan Drummond Actor, Bring It On
7. Cullen G. Chambers Cullen G. Chambers Miscellaneous Crew, Pulp Fiction
8. Cory Pendergast Cory Pendergast Actor, There's Something About Mary Cory Pendergast made his motion picture debut in Wildthings, which he co-starred in with Matt Dillon, Kevin Bacon and Neve Campbell. Being cast as Jimmy Leach in the film was not only his first film, but his very first audition. Cory's interests expanded to more than just wanting to be in front of the camera when he began writing, producing, and directing passion projects.
9. Al Jardine Al Jardine Self, The Beach Boys: An American Band Al Jardine was born in the summer of 1942 in Lima, Ohio. His parents moved the family to San Francisco, California then to Hawthorne, where they eventually settled permanently. He attended Hawthorne High School where he graduated in 1960 and then later went on to attend El Camino College, where he met former high school acquaintance...
10. Helen O'Connell Helen O'Connell Self, Episode #3.8 Big-band vocalist of the 1940's who, duetting with singer Bob Eberly for the bandleader Jimmy Dorsey, was responsible for such million-selling recordings as "Green Eyes" and "Tangerine" as well as hit solo performances for Dorsey like "Six Lessons from Madame LaZonga." This vivacious blonde appeared with Dorsey and his orchestra in a few early-40's films and later became a TV personality.
11. Bud Collins Bud Collins Self, Spellingg Bee
12. Kirra Kiss Kirra Kiss Actress, Schoolgirl P.O.V. 5
13. Wilbur Plaugher Wilbur Plaugher Actor, The Homecoming
14. Jeffrey B. Light Jeffrey B. Light Visual Effects, Terminator 2: Judgment Day
15. Martyn G. Krouse Martyn G. Krouse Actor, Season of the Hexenbiest Martyn G. Krouse began performing in community theater as a young teenager in Columbus, Ohio. He went on to perform in several main stage productions at The Ohio State University while studying Architecture, French, and English. In 1993, he moved to Seattle to pursue a career as an actor and appeared in stage productions of Bent and The Tamer Tamed...
16. Donald Richie Donald Richie Director, Five Filosophical Fables
17. Bob Callahan Bob Callahan Actor, Roast-Beef and Movies
18. Kevin Quatman Kevin Quatman Visual Effects, The Avengers
19. Devin Rumer Devin Rumer Writer, The Change
20. Katrina Oost Katrina Oost Miscellaneous Crew, Color of Night
21. Paul Sells Paul Sells Actor, Oklahoma Raiders
22. Tony Collins Tony Collins Actor, Soccer Dog: European Cup A native of Cairo, Ohio, Tony graduated from The Ohio State University. After college, Tony sought out the sunshine and warm weather to thaw the Midwestern chill. He landed in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he stumbled upon an improv class and discovered his true passion was performing. Making up for lost time...
23. Orville O. Dull Orville O. Dull Director, Black Jack
24. Bill Baxter Bill Baxter Actor, Life Begins at Forty
25. William White William White Self, Super Bowl XXXIII
26. Kim Barrett Kim Barrett Editorial Department, The Marriage Counselor
27. Clay Johns Clay Johns Actor, The Careful Terrorist
28. Matthew Martinez Matthew Martinez Actor, When in Rome
29. Joe Henderson Joe Henderson Self, One Night with Blue Note Jazz saxophonist and composer Joe Henderson could best be described as a renaissance man. Creating a style unique from the dominant saxophonists of his early career -- namely John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins -- Henderson became the consummate sideman. He recorded with Herbie Hancock and Andrew Hill...
30. Nicholas Canavan Nicholas Canavan Visual Effects, The Wolverine
31. David R. King David R. King Actor, Revenge Live
32. Joe Morrison Joe Morrison Self, 1984 Gator Bowl
33. Ryan Scott Ryan Scott Visual Effects, Dark Mirror
34. Mike Current Mike Current Self, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins
35. Jim Lynch Jim Lynch Self, Super Bowl IV
36. Gloria Foy Gloria Foy Actress, Dancing Lady
37. Toby Mussman Toby Mussman Camera and Electrical Department, The Dark
38. Paul Shuey Paul Shuey Self, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
39. Jerry Byrd Jerry Byrd Soundtrack, Coffee and Cigarettes
40. Norah Sprague Norah Sprague Actress, Dodging a Million
41. Lionel Bradshaw Lionel Bradshaw Actor, How Green Paid the Rent
42. John-Bruce Jones John-Bruce Jones Actor, Torro. Torro. Torro!
43. Brad Smoley Brad Smoley Actor, Chainsaw Sally
43 names.