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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Brad Pitt , film actor 24200
2 Olivia Munn, model & television personality 8584
3 Toby Keith </ref>, country singer 5194
4 Ron Howard, actor-director 5167
5 Mickey Mantle , New York Yankees, Baseball Hall of Fame 5066
6 James Garner , film & television actor 4556
7 Garth Brooks , country superstar 4248
8 The Flaming Lips, alternative rock band 4205
9 James Marsden , film actor 4197
10 Jim Ross, professional wrestling commentator 3526
11 Wes Welker , New England Patriots wide receiver 3508
12 Sam Bradford </ref>, 2008 Heisman Trophy winner. 3408
13 Hinder, alternative rock band 2807
14 Megan Mullally, theatre and television actress 2511
15 Amy Grant, Contemporary Christian artist 2279
16 Matt Kemp , Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder 2242
17 Walter Cronkite, CBS Evening News anchor 2008
18 Lauren Lane, television actress, best known for her role as C.C. Babcock in The Nanny. 1615
19 Johnny Bench , Cincinnati Reds catcher, Baseball Hall of Fame 1354
20 Lon Chaney, Jr. , film actor 1351
21 Brian Bosworth , linebacker for the University of Oklahoma (1984–1986) and the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (1987–1989) 1347
22 Roger Miller 1250
23 Vince Gill , country singer 1245
24 Neal Schon, guitarist of Journey 1193
25 Ryan Merriman , film & television actor 1076
26 Suzy Amis, film actress 1038
27 Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man author 902
28 Louis L'Amour, western author 841
29 Wayne Coyne , Flaming Lips lead singer 837
30 Mat Hoffman, BMX star 782
31 Jason White , 2003 Heisman Trophy winner 764
32 Joe Carter , major-league outfielder, five-time All Star 755
33 Barry Switzer, OU football coach, Dallas Cowboys coach 683
34 Wanda Jackson, "Queen of Rockabilly" 667
35 Gordon Cooper </ref>, astronaut 642
36 Billy Sims, 1978 Heisman Trophy winner 546
37 Shannon Miller , 1996 Olympic Gold Medal winner 493
38 Charlie Christian , jazz musician 482
39 Michael D. Brown, FEMA head during Hurricane Katrina 453
40 John Herrington, astronaut 421
41 Edward Ruscha , Artist 410
42 Kay Francis , film actress 386
43 Don Cherry, innovative Jazz trumpeter 357
44 Mason Williams </ref>, Recording Artist 341
45 Mark Holton, film actor 326
46 Dale Robertson , television actor 311
47 Tom Stafford , astronaut 261
48 Bud Wilkinson, OU football coach, College Football Hall of Fame 261
49 Bobby Murcer </ref>, New York Yankees outfielder, five-time All Star 250
50 Jeane Kirkpatrick, ambassador to the United Nations 237
51 Susan Powell , Miss America 1981, opera singer 233
52 Sam Watters , Recording Artist (member of Color Me Badd) 231
53 Chris Harrison, host of ABC's The Bachelor 223
54 Lauren Nelson , Miss America 2007 214
55 Bart Conner </ref>, 1984 Olympic Gold Medal winner 169
56 Graham Colton, rock singer-songwriter 152
57 Aubrey McClendon chairman, and co-founder of Chesapeake Energy 149
58 Jennifer Berry , Miss America 2006 148
59 Clayton Bennett , Oklahoma City Thunder owner 148
60 Bonnie Owens 135
61 Shannon Lucid , astronaut 134
62 Frank Keating, former governor 129
63 Stardeath and White Dwarfs, alternative rock band 123
64 Dan Woodley, retired hockey player, drafted 7th overall in the 1986 NHL Entry Draft by the Vancouver Canucks 119
65 Tyler Arnason , hockey player, Colorado Avalanche 96
66 Shane Hamman , Olympic Weightlifter 2000,2004 teams 93
67 Robert S. Kerr, former governor and U.S. Senator 69
68 Hobart Johnstone Whitley Banker, Treasurer-Chicago Rock Island & Texas Railroad 1892-1894 68
69 Jon-Paul Pittman, Professional Association Football player for Wycombe Wanderers 64
70 Kristy Starling 56
71 Kevin Thornton , Recording Artist (member of Color Me Badd) 55
72 Jane Anne Jayroe , Miss America 1967, TV personality 48
73 Tom L. Ward current chairman and CEO at SandRidge Energy and former co-founder of Chesapeake Energy 44
74 Bob Tway </ref>, 1986 PGA champion 43
75 Shawntel Smith </ref>, Miss America 1996 42
76 Norma Smallwood , Miss America 1926 33
77 Sean O'Grady , World Boxing Association Lightweight Champion 33
78 Gary England, meteorologist 28
79 Yvonne Chouteau , ballerina 25
80 Steve Owens , 1969 Heisman Trophy winner 20
81 Mark Calderon , Recording Artist (member of Color Me Badd) 19
82 Jeff Wood, country singer 17
83 William A. Martin , Computer Scientist, Artificial Intelligence Pioneer 17
84 Charles E. Maple, journalist 13
85 Stacey (Loach) Logan , theater singer/actor 6
86 Mary Hart, TV personality < 5
87 Bryan Abrams </ref>, Recording Artist (member of Color Me Badd) < 5
88 Tisha Campbell Martin, television actress < 5
89 Owen Garriott , astronaut < 5
90 Mark J. Clayton , Baltimore Ravens wide receiver < 5
91 Nadia Comăneci , Five time Olympic Gold Medal winner and first gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. Married to Bart Conner. < 5
92 Edward L. Gaylord , Grand Ole Opry & The Oklahoman owner < 5
93 David Boren, former governor and U.S. Senator < 5
94 William Reid Pogue , astronaut < 5
95 J.C. Watts, former congressman & OU football player < 5
96 C.B. Hudson, rock guitarist < 5

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