13 names.

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1. Carmen Argenziano Carmen Argenziano Actor, The Godfather: Part II
2. Michele Lamar Richards Michele Lamar Richards Actress, The Bodyguard
3. John D. MacDonald John D. MacDonald Writer, Cape Fear John Dann MacDonald was born on July 24, 1916, in Sharon, Pennsylvania. He served in the OSS in the far east during World War Two. While still in the military, he wrote a short story and mailed it home to his wife, simply for her entertainment. Unknown to him, she submitted it to the magazine "Story"...
4. Tony Butala Tony Butala Actor, Dragstrip Riot Tony Butala was born in Sharon, Pennsylvania to John and Mary Butala. He began his professional singing career in 1948, singing in "Starlets On Parade" on KDKA Radio in Pittsburgh, as well as performing live as an Al Jolson, Ted Lewis and Eddie Cantor black-face impersonator. In 1951...
5. Dennis Coleman Dennis Coleman Director, Episode dated 28 September 2007
6. John Kiriakou John Kiriakou Self, From Paris with Love John Kiriakou is a former CIA analyst and case officer, former senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and former counterterrorism consultant. While employed by the CIA, he was involved in critical counterterrorism missions following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001...
7. Katie Russell Katie Russell Actress, Curse of the Wolf Slim and sexy brunette knockout Katie Russell was born on June 17, 1978 in Sharon, Pennsylvania. Katie first became interested in acting after playing a rat in an elementary school stage production of "The Pied Piper of Hamelin." Russell graduated from Sharon High School in 1996 and trained at the Barbizon School of Modeling in Akron...
8. Lester Rawlins Lester Rawlins Actor, They Might Be Giants
9. Grover Norquist Grover Norquist Self, Grover Norquist
10. Johnny Broderick Johnny Broderick Self, The Doorman's Opera Composer, songwriter ("A Star Stood Still"), entertainer and author, educated at St. Scholastica Conservatory, and part of the Arren and Broderick night club and theatre act. He joined ASCAP in 1953, and his chief musical collaborator was Barbara Ruth. His other song compositions include "Do You Mind if I Dream About You?", "And So It Ends", "Way Up the Hill", and "When U and I Are One".
11. Jack Marin Jack Marin Actor, Don't Kill My Child
12. Bruce Fox Bruce Fox Transportation Department, Gone in Sixty Seconds
13. Ted Kring Ted Kring Costume and Wardrobe Department, Dragnet
13 names.