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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Ric Flair, sports-entainer/professional wrestler 9801
2 Skeet Ulrich, graduate of Northwest Cabarrus High School and Star of CBS Show "Jericho" 8244
3 Billy Graham, evangelist 4040
4 Dwight Clark, former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver 3611
5 Kathy Reichs, anthropologist and author 2738
6 Jessica Stroup, actress, best known for portraying Erin Silver on 90210 2611
7 Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR driver 2539
8 Muggsy Bogues, former NBA guard 1743
9 Ricky Steamboat, former pro Wrestler 1605
10 Reggie White, American football defensive end for the Carolina Panthers; career leader at the time of his retirement in sacks 1574
11 Jeff Gordon, NASCAR driver 1491
12 Wednesday 13, musician 1380
13 Randolph Scott, actor 1342
14 Anthony Hamilton, R&B singer 1206
15 Ben Browder, actor Farscape and Stargate SG-1 1069
16 FireHouse, early 90's "hair metal" band 964
17 Stephanie Mills,R&B singer 831
18 Ali Hillis, actress 799
19 Carson McCullers, author 733
20 Chris Leak, Offensive MVP of 2007 BCS National Championship Game 725
21 Sharon Lawrence, Hollywood actress, most known from NYPD Blue 630
22 Antawn Jamison, NBA forward, former University of North Carolina basketball star 554
23 Joe Gibbs, Hall of Fame American football coach and NASCAR Championship team owner. 536
24 Romare Bearden, famed artist 501
25 John Shelby Spong, retired Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark, noted author, lecturer, and theologian 472
26 Hakeem Nicks, NFL Wide Receiver, New York Giants 470
27 Jim Nantz, sportscaster 401
28 Rick Hendrick, NASCAR team owner 383
29 Adina Howard, R&B singer 368
30 Sunshine Anderson, (musician) R&B singer 351
31 Erskine Bowles, served as Chief of Staff in Clinton White House 334
32 Kwame Jackson, runner-up in the first season of "The Apprentice" 288
33 Jeff Reed, NFL Kicker, plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers 279
34 [link], NBA player with the New Jersey Nets. 262
35 Chelsea Cooley, Miss USA 2005 260
36 Brandon Inge, Detroit Tigers third baseman 223
37 John P. Kee, gospel singer 220
38 Hopesfall, hard rock band 213
39 DeShaun Foster, running back for the Carolina Panthers 206
40 Sam Mills, American football linebacker who played twelve seasons in the National Football League for the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers 177
41 Jordan Lloyd (from suburban Matthews) Winner of Big Brother Season 11 and contestant on Season 16 of the Amazing Race. 176
42 Mohamed Massaquoi, NFL Wide Receiver, Cleveland Browns 176
43 Tom Constanten, former keyboard player Grateful Dead 173
44 Hank Hanegraaff, author, radio talk-show host and advocate of evangelical Christianity 169
45 Bruton Smith, billionaire founder and CEO of Speedway Motorsports, Inc., a company that owns and operates six race tracks in the United States. Also founded Sonic Automotive, one of the largest automobile retailers in the US. 151
46 Jerry Richardson, owner of the Carolina Panthers 146
47 Sue Myrick, member of the United States House of Representatives 138
48 Hugh McColl, former CEO and Chairman of Bank of America; built the company from a small regional bank into one of the largest banks in the world. 135
49 Travis Jeppesen, author 132
50 Wilbert Harrison, R&B singer 125
51 Susan J. Helms, Brigadier General-select in the United States Air Force and former NASA astronaut 117
52 Bobby Jones, former NBA player and 1972 Olympian 113
53 Roman Phifer, former NFL linebacker 100
54 Jeff McInnis, NBA guard 95
55 Richard Hipp, software architect and primary author of SQLite 91
56 Jim Crockett, wrestling promoter 84
57 Horace Brown, R&B singer 80
58 Todd Fuller, Professional Basketball Player, 1996 CoSIDA/GTE Male Scholar/Athlete of the Year 78
59 Maureen O'Boyle, formerly of "Current Affair" and now newscaster for WBTV 74
60 Harry Golden, author 73
61 Ray Durham, MLB second baseman 73
62 Walter Davis, former NBA player and 1976 Olympian 70
63 Mo Collins, former Oakland Raiders lineman 70
64 Leon Levine, founder of Family Dollar; prominent millionaire, businessman and philanthropist. 66
65 Dave Waymer, former NFL Safety, played for the New Orleans Saints, San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Raiders 58
66 Chad Tracy, MLB third baseman 55
67 Sarah Parker, Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court (born in Charlotte) 53
68 Si Kahn, singer-songwriter and activist (resident of Charlotte) 46
69 Nappy Brown, R&B and gospel singer 45
70 Mark Kemp, author, music journalist 43
71 Matthew Burton, Manhattan Drag Queen 42
72 John Sadri, former tennis player, Australian Open singles finalist 38
73 DJ Flash, Rapper 36
74 Ben Long, internationally-renowned artist, most known for his fresco work and his drawings 35
75 W. J. Cash, writer and journalist 34
76 Renneker Jenkins, actor 33
77 Buster Glosson, Lieutenant General (Ret.), United States Air Force 25
78 Richard Vinroot, attorney and politician 25
79 Earl Wentz, actor, pianist, composer, and musical director, most noted for his creation in 2000 of the American Composer Series 24
80 Chris Cole, politician 21
81 Pettis Norman, former NFL Tight End, Dallas Cowboys 21
82 Mark Freiburger, Filmmaker 20
83 Phillip Bush, American classical pianist 18
84 Wali Rainer, former NFL player. Played for Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions and Houston Texans. 17
85 Ben Elbert Douglas, Sr., Mayor 15
86 Stu Cole, former professional baseball player and minor league manager of the Tulsa Drillers 13
87 K-Ci and JoJo of 1990s R&B group Jodeci 13
88 Charlie Smith Dannelly, educator and politician, Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly 13
89 Cheris F. Hodges, author 11
90 Carlos Crawford, former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher 11
91 Daniel G. Clodfelter, attorney and politician, Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly 9
92 Monica Palumbo,2001 Miss North Carolina, 2001 Miss America contestant, Miss Sprint Cup(NASCAR) 7
93 Rebecca Carney, Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly 6
94 William Emerson (1923–2009), journalist who covered the civil rights era as Newsweek's first bureau chief assigned to cover the Southern United States and was later editor in chief of The Saturday Evening Post. 6
95 Robert Pittenger, real estate invester and politician, Republican member of the North Carolina General Assembly 6
96 Haywood Workman, former Indiana Pacers guard 5
97 Maurice Williams, songwriter and performer of Maurice William and the Zodiacs, famous for "Stay" < 5
98 Mario Grier, former NFL running back < 5
99 Brookyln Decker, American model, graduated from Butler High School in Matthews, NC < 5
100 David L Cook, Christian singer and Comedian. Inducted into the 2006 ICGMA Hall of Fame, 2006 Country Gospel Music Entertainer of the Year. < 5
101 Belinda Madison -- contestant of the game show I Survived a Japanese Game Show. < 5
102 Alicia Schüll, French supermodel < 5
103 Tammy Faye Messner, Christian singer and television personality, former wife of televangelist, and later convicted felon, Jim Bakker < 5
104 Patrick Frye III, composer, pianist, harpsichordist and historic re-creationist < 5
105 Ron "The Truth" Killings, pro wrestler and rapper < 5
106 Mark Maye, former NFL QB < 5
107 Brittany Robertson, actress < 5
108 Pablo Álvarez, Soccer Defender in Flynet and Charlotte Eagles. < 5
109 James B. McMillan, federal judge who ruled in favor of school busing to integrate Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools < 5

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