10 names.

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1. Marshall Thompson Marshall Thompson Actor, Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion Although he geared himself up for major film stardom throughout the 1950s, it took a leading role on a 1960s TV series opposite a lion and chimpanzee to make Marshall Thompson a genuine household name. Born on November 27, 1925, and named James Marshall Thompson after an ancestor, a famed Supreme Court justice...
2. Jack Kevorkian Jack Kevorkian Self, This Week Controversial pathologist, writer and inventor, Jack Kevorkian was the only son of Levon Kevorkian a former auto-factory worker who owned an excavating company and his homemaker wife. He had 2 sisters. Kevorkian's parents were Armenian refugees, whose relatives were among the 1.5 millon victims of Turkish atrocities in World War I...
3. Douglas P. MacIntosh Douglas P. MacIntosh Actor, Krasner, Norman: Beloved Husband of Irma
4. Richard 'Pistol' Allen Richard 'Pistol' Allen Music Department, Standing in the Shadows of Motown Richard "Pistol" Allen was the king of the shuffle styled drum beat at Motown records in the early 60s, second only to Motown drummer extraordinare Benny 'Papa Zita' Benjamin. When Benjamin wasn't available to play, Allen was called in to replace him. Allen played drums on major Motown hits such as The Supremes's "Baby Love"...
5. John Battaglia John Battaglia Actor, Mutant Man
6. Charlie Sanders Charlie Sanders Self, The NFL on NBC
7. George Britton George Britton Actor, NBC Television Opera Theatre Born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Merrick, Long Island, New York to parents of English and Swiss decent, George W. Britton studied voice at Columbia University where he graduated in 1932. A singer all of his life, Britton won a scholarship to Juilliard School of Music upon graduation from Columbia...
8. Mauri Rose Mauri Rose Self, Formula 1
9. Balthazar Korab Balthazar Korab Miscellaneous Crew, Frank Lloyd Wright
10. Joe Petrovich Joe Petrovich Animation Department, Kid Gloves
10 names.