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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Valdas Adamkus
Head of State
3-Nov-1926   President of Lithuania, 2004-09
Philip Agee
Spy
19-Jul-1935 7-Jan-2008 Inside the Company: CIA Diary
Ted Arison
Business
1924 1-Oct-1999 Founder of Carnival Cruise Line
Josephine Baker
Dancer
3-Jun-1906 12-Apr-1975 Sensual dancer turned WWII spy
Maria Callas
Singer
2-Dec-1923 16-Sep-1977 Operatic Soprano
W. E. B. Du Bois
Sociologist
23-Feb-1868 27-Aug-1963 Civil rights activist
T. S. Eliot
Poet
26-Sep-1888 4-Jan-1965 Author of "The Waste Land"
Bobby Fischer
Chess Player
9-Mar-1943 18-Jan-2008 Eccentric chess grandmaster
Terry Gilliam
Film Director
22-Nov-1940   Monty Python alumnus, Brazil
Dick Haymes
Singer
13-Sep-1916 28-Mar-1980 State Fair
Shere Hite
Author
2-Nov-1942   The Hite Report on sexuality
Kent Hovind
Religion
15-Jan-1953   Creation Science evangelist
Barbara Hutton
Socialite
14-Nov-1912 11-May-1979 The Poor Little Rich Girl
Henry James
Author
15-Apr-1843 28-Feb-1916 Portrait of a Lady
Yuan T. Lee
Chemist
29-Nov-1936   Crossed molecular beam experiments
Timothy McVeigh
Terrorist
23-Apr-1968 11-Jun-2001 Oklahoma City Bomber
Russell Means
Activist
10-Nov-1939 22-Oct-2012 American Indian Movement
Terry Nichols
Terrorist
1-Apr-1955   Timothy McVeigh's partner in crime
Lee Harvey Oswald
Assassin
18-Oct-1939 24-Nov-1963 Assassin of John F. Kennedy
Marc Rich
Criminal
18-Dec-1934   Pardoned by Clinton
Eduardo Saverin
Business
13-Mar-1982   Co-Founder of Facebook
Jacob Schick
Inventor
16-Sep-1877 3-Jul-1937 Electric razor
John Templeton
Philanthropist
29-Nov-1912 8-Jul-2008 Billionaire fund manager
Earl Tupper
Business
28-Jul-1907 5-Oct-1983 Inventor of Tupperware


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