10 names.

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1. Karen E. Fraction Karen E. Fraction Actress, Palmetto
2. Zelma O'Neal Zelma O'Neal Actress, Follow Thru Zelma O'Neal was a singer, dancer and comedienne whose greatest successes came on Broadway. She appeared in the New York and London companies of Good News (1927) in which she originated the Varsity Drag in the role of Flo. She starred in the musical comedy Follow Through (1929) on Broadway, originating the song "Button Up Your Overcoat"...
3. Milt Bronson Milt Bronson Actor, $1000 TV Prize
4. Arthur Fields Arthur Fields Soundtrack, Young@Heart Composer, songwriter ("Aba Daba Honeymoon", "And the Angels Sing"), actor and publisher who began his career in minstrel shows, vaudeville, and later on radio. He made many records. Joining ASCAP in 1937, his chief collaborators included Walter Donovan, Theodore Morse, Fred Hall, and George Graff. His other popular-song compositions include "On the Mississippi"...
5. Lucien Laurin Lucien Laurin Self, Secretariat
6. Lou Jorda Lou Jorda Self, Game 5
7. Van Vlahakis Van Vlahakis Producer, A Green Story
8. Keith Mastronardo Keith Mastronardo Self, Episode #3.8
9. Bill Conlin Bill Conlin Self, Mitch Williams for the Phillies Losing the 1993 World Series
10. Ray McKinley Ray McKinley Self, Thrills of Music: Ray McKinley and His Orchestra Ray McKinley was one of the most energetic, swinging drummers of the big band era. He started his career in local bands around Fort Worth, Texas, before joining Smith Ballew's outfit in 1932. The nucleus of this group was eventually absorbed into The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra. After Tommy walked out in June 1935...
10 names.