22 names.

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1. Ted Ross Ted Ross Actor, The Fisher King He moved to Dayton, Ohio, with his family when he was 7. He was working as an MC at at club there during the 1950s when he entered the US Air Force. After his discharge, he continued to pursue his show business career. In films, he portrayed Bitterman in Arthur and its sequel Arthur 2: On the Rocks...
2. Virginia Karns Virginia Karns Actress, Babes in Toyland
3. Roger Troutman Roger Troutman Soundtrack, Iron Man 2
4. Alan Crofoot Alan Crofoot Actor, My Heart's in the Highlands
5. Andrew Copp Andrew Copp Producer, The Mutilation Man
6. Lucille Ward Lucille Ward Actress, The Quest
7. Carl Day Carl Day Actor, The Manson Family
8. Larry Troutman Larry Troutman Soundtrack, The Social Network
9. Barry Hobart Barry Hobart Self, Through Eyes of the Dead
10. Paul Laurence Dunbar Paul Laurence Dunbar Writer, The Sport of the Gods
11. Steve Yano Steve Yano Self, An American History: Resettlement of Japanese Americans in Greater Cleveland
12. James M. Cox James M. Cox Self, For the People
13. Ralph Marterie Ralph Marterie Music Department, Ralph Marterie and His Orchestra Ralph Marterie (born as Ralph Martire in Naples, Italy) was a trumpet player. As a child he came to the USA and got his first job in a band in Ohio. In 1937 he played for the radio and in 1949 he created his own big band. His hits were "Crazy Man", "Pretend", "Caravan", "Lili Marlene" and "Skokiaan", recorded for Mercury Records, Musico and United Artists...
14. Dean Hess Dean Hess Miscellaneous Crew, Battle Hymn Dean Elmer Hess was born in Marietta, Ohio, becoming a minister of the Disciples of Christ Church. He enlisted in the Army Air Forces' Aviation Cadet Program after the attack on Pearl Harbor, and flew more than 60 combat missions over Germany including one in which he inadvertently bombed an orphanage in Kaiserslautern...
15. Wilbur Wright Wilbur Wright Self, The Wright Brothers Aeroplane
16. Orville Wright Orville Wright Self, The Wright Brothers Aeroplane
17. Jane Wicker Jane Wicker Thanks, Phobia: Aviophobia
18. Henry Lange Henry Lange Soundtrack, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Composer, songwriter ("Hot Lips"), conductor and pianist, educated in public schools and a private music student of Arthur Kortheur, Max Ecker and Herman Wasserman. He was a pianist in the Paul Whiteman Orchestra and made a European tour between 1920 and 1924. The following year, he formed his own orchestra and was appointed the music director for Baker Hotels in Texas...
19. Roque Cordero Roque Cordero Composer, An mar tule
20. Tommy Henrich Tommy Henrich Self, When It Was a Game
21. Denny Recob Denny Recob Thanks, Not Married with Children XXX
22. Charles Wendelken-Wilson Charles Wendelken-Wilson Music Department, The Daughter of the Regiment
22 names.