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Oct 21 2010
1 Nelly (Cornell Haynes, Jr.) (1974 –), rapper, singer and actor 21022
2 Akon (Aliaune Thiam) (1974 –), hip hop and R&B singer-songwriter, and record producer 18473
3 Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) (1835–1910), author 15366
4 Glenn Jacobs (1967 –), professional wrestler, ring name Kane 14185
5 Randy Orton, professional wrestler, son of Bob Orton Jr. 12712
6 Taylor Momsen, actress 10943
7 Jon Hamm (1971 –), actor, 2008 Golden Globe winner for Best Actor, for Mad Men 9792
8 Miles Davis (1926–1991), musician 7500
9 Chuck Berry (1926 –), rock musician and composer (Johnny B. Goode) 7268
10 Tina Turner, singer (Grammys), actor 6806
11 T. S. Eliot (1888–1965), poet (Nobel Prize, Presidential Medal of Freedom), critic 6667
12 Jenna Fischer (1974 –), actress 6372
13 Yogi Berra (1925–), Major League Baseball player (New York Yankees 1946 - 1963), manager, and coach, Hall of Fame member 6273
14 Jonathan Franzen (1959 –), author 6260
15 John Goodman (1952 –), actor 5823
16 Kimora Lee Simmons (1975 –), former model and mogul 5785
17 Vincent Price (1911–1993), actor 4778
18 Maya Angelou (1928 –), poet, playwright, memoirist (I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings), actress 4726
19 Charles Lindbergh (1902–1974), adventurer, pilot, soldier, author 4658
20 William S. Burroughs (1914–1997), novelist, social critic, and spoken-word performer, grandson of the inventor 4542
21 Linda Blair (1959 –), actress (The Exorcist) 4427
22 Sheryl Crow (1962 –), singer-songwriter and musician ("All I Wanna Do"), Grammy Award winner 4372
23 Tennessee Williams, aka Thomas Lanier (1911–1983), Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright 4233
24 Redd Foxx (1922–1991), comedian, actor 4050
25 Kevin Kline (1947 –), Academy Award-winning actor 3980
26 William Tecumseh Sherman (1820–1891), soldier (Commander, United States Army) 3905
27 Josephine Baker (1906–1975), dancer, singer, actress, Légion d'Honneur appointee, civil rights activist 3816
28 Daniel Boone (1734–1820), explorer, hunter, soldier, businessman, politician 3470
29 Phyllis Diller (1917 –), comedian 3129
30 Donny Hathaway (1945–1979), Grammy-winning, singer, songwriter, producer, composer (Atlantic Records) 2994
31 Marilyn vos Savant, columnist who became well-known for having the world's highest IQ. 2982
32 Chingy (Howard Bailey, Jr.) (1980 –), hip-hop recording artist and actor 2950
33 Dred Scott (1799–1858) & Harriet Scott (1815–1860), civil rights activists 2878
34 Scott Bakula (1954 –), actor (Quantum Leap, Star Trek: Enterprise) 2835
35 Jack Dorsey (1976 –), software architect and businessperson, creator of Twitter 2738
36 Evan Bourne (1983- ), WWE professional wrestler 2449
37 Betty Grable (1916–1973), actress 2378
38 Cedric the Entertainer, comedian/ actor 2170
39 Scott Joplin, songwriter (Pulitzer Prize), musician 2073
40 Harold Ramis (1944 –), author, director, actor 2007
41 Ike Turner (1931–2007), singer, musician, music industry administrator (influential talent scout) 1969
42 Joyce Meyer (1943 –), religious preacher and speaker 1937
43 Ryan Howard, athlete, Philadelphia Phillies 1932
44 Agnes Moorehead, actress 1926
45 Kate Capshaw (1953 –), actress (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), wife of Steven Spielberg 1839
46 Michael McDonald, singer (Grammys) 1823
47 Shelley Winters (1920–2006), Academy Award-winning actress 1741
48 Sonny Liston (1932–1970), heavyweight champion boxer 1519
49 William Clark (1770–1838), explorer, government administrator 1427
50 Lance Robertson (1965–), musician and host of children's television show Yo Gabba Gabba! (as DJ Lance Rock) 1375
51 Kate Chopin (1851–1904), novelist (The Awakening) 1358
52 Laurell K. Hamilton, author 1333
53 Sarah Clarke (1972 –), actress (24) 1301
54 Buddy Ebsen (1908–2003), actor 1293
55 Paul Stastny, professional hockey player for the Colorado Avalanche 1255
56 Joe Buck (1969 –), sportscaster, football and baseball announcer for Fox, son of Jack Buck 1245
57 Justine Joli, adult actress 1241
58 Jim Lee (1964 –), comic book artist, writer and publisher 1186
59 Harry Caray (1914–1998), sportscaster, lead announcer for the St. Louis Cardinals (1945–1969) and Chicago Cubs (1981–1997) 1182
60 Nell Carter (1948–2003), Tony Award-winning singer and actress (Ain't Misbehavin') 1152
61 Stan Musial, baseball Hall of Fame player for the St. Louis Cardinals 1116
62 Dustin Nguyen, Vietnamese American actor 1103
63 Mark Buehrle (1979 –), Major League Baseball pitcher (Chicago White Sox 2000–present) 1077
64 Joseph Pulitzer (1847–1911), publisher, philanthropist, creator of the Pulitzer Prize 1061
65 Jenifer Lewis, (1957–), actress 1052
66 Murphy Lee, rapper 1033
67 Masters and Johnson, medical researchers and therapists, authors 967
68 Chip Caray (1965 - ), sportscaster for the Chicago Cubs (1998–2004), the Atlanta Braves and Fox 965
69 "Cowboy" Bob Orton, professional wrestler 965
70 Trent Green, athlete 961
71 T-Bone Burnett (1948 –), rock and country performer, composer, and producer 957
72 Dick Gregory (1932 –), comedian, civil rights activist 913
73 Larry Hughes, athlete, Chicago Bulls 912
74 Matt Winer, sports journalist (KSDK-TV, ESPN) 909
75 Albert King (1923–1992), musician 888
76 Robert Guillaume (1927 –), Grammy and Emmy Award-winning actor 877
77 Jimmy Connors (1952 –), professional tennis player, 5-time U.S. Open winner in men's singles 871
78 Fred Berry (1951–2003), actor (What's Happening!!) 868
79 Phyllis Schlafly, socially conservative Republican author, broadcaster, and political organizer 853
80 David Lee (1983 –), NBA basketball player 852
81 Walker Evans (1903–1975), photographer 797
82 Leon Spinks, former world champion boxer 788
83 J-Kwon (Jerrell Jones) (1986 –), rapper 767
84 Karlie Kloss (1992 –), model 766
85 James Franciscus (1934–1991), actor (Mr. Novak, Longstreet) 711
86 Bob Costas (1952 –), sportscaster, talk-show host 699
87 Richard Fortus (1966-) musician/guitarist, Guns N' Roses, Psychedelic Furs, Honky Toast, Love Spit Love, Pale Divine / The Eyes 690
88 Ozzie Smith, Hall of Fame shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals 655
89 Ellen Foley (1951 –), singer, actress 622
90 David Sanborn, musician (Grammys) 619
91 Angela Winbush (1955 –), R&B/soul singer and songwriter 612
92 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, athlete, educator 609
93 Jack Buck (1924–2002), sportscaster, St. Louis Cardinals' lead announcer 1969 - 2002 606
94 Shandi Finnessey (1978 –), host, Miss USA 2004 604
95 Joe Garagiola (1926 –), athlete, broadcaster 584
96 Sean Gunn, actor 568
97 Dizzy Dean (1910–1974), athlete, broadcaster 552
98 Marsha Mason, actress 536
99 Michael Spinks, former world champion boxer 526
100 Maxine Waters (1938 –), politician 524
101 Huey (Lawrence Franks, Jr.) (1988 –), rapper 519
102 Kit Bond (1939–) U.S Senator from Missouri 505
103 Branch Rickey (1881–1965), business executive 499
104 Marianne Moore, poet (Pulitzer Prize), essayist, translator 496
105 Truth Hurts (Shari Watson) (1971 –), R&B singer 491
106 Dan O'Bannon, screenwriter, director 490
107 Grant Green (1935–1979), jazz guitarist 475
108 Bert Convy (1933–1991), actor and game-show host 473
109 Arthur Compton (1892–1962), physicist, Nobel Prize in Physics 1927 458
110 Mary Wickes (1910–1995), actress 456
111 Virginia Mayo, actress 440
112 Skip Caray (1939–2008), sportscaster, announcer for the Atlanta Braves (1976–2008) 436
113 Katherine Dunham (1909–2006), dancer 435
114 Kellen Winslow (1957 –), NFL football player, hall of famer 415
115 Lou Brock (1939 –), Major League Baseball player (St. Louis Cardinals 1964 - 1979), Hall of Fame member 410
116 Sara Teasdale (1884–1933), poet (Pulitzer Prize) 381
117 Archie Moore, athlete 376
118 Martha Gellhorn, author and journalist; third wife of Ernest Hemingway 365
119 Dave Weckl (1960 –), musician drummer 360
120 C. J. Cherryh (1942 –), science-fiction novelist 347
121 Jibbs (Jovan Campbell) (1990 –), rapper 342
122 Earl Weaver (1930 –), baseball player and manager 340
123 Mary Frann (1943–1998), actress 338
124 Jeremy Maclin (1988 –), athlete, American football wide receiver (Philadelphia Eagles) 336
125 Tim Dunigan (1955 –), actor 328
126 Moses Gunn, actor 325
127 Bill Mauldin (1921–2003), cartoonist (Pulitzer Prizes) 323
128 Thomas Eagleton (1929–2007), statesman, attorney, civic leader 318
129 Jane Smiley (1949 –), Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist 313
130 Al Hirschfeld (1903–2003), artist 307
131 Norbert Leo Butz (1967 –), Tony Award-winning actor 301
132 John Hartford (1937–2001), musician (Grammys) 297
133 William Inge (1913–1973), author (Pulitzer Prize) 295
134 John Danforth (1936 –), statesman, diplomat, attorney, civic leader, U.S. Senator 1977–1995 292
135 Trey Wingo (1955 –), sports journalist (KSDK-TV, ESPN) 290
136 Pat LaFontaine (1965 –), NHL hockey player 288
137 David Kaufman (1969 –), character actor and voice actor (Danny Phantom) 278
138 Henry Armstrong (1912–1988), professional boxer, world Welterweight champion 1938 - 1940 269
139 William H. Gass (1924 –), author, critic 260
140 Hadley Richardson (1891–1979), first wife of Ernest Hemingway 256
141 Bill Mueller, baseball Player 251
142 Max Factor (1904–1996), cosmetics maker 245
143 Cool Papa Bell (1903–1991), Negro League baseball player, Hall of Fame member 242
144 Rusty Wallace (1956 –), former NASCAR champion driver 239
145 Pat Healy, mixed martial arts fighter 237
146 Fontella Bass (1940 –), soul and R&B singer ("Rescue Me") 237
147 Clark Terry, musician 229
148 Yan Stastny, professional hockey player for the St. Louis Blues 222
149 Taylor Twellman (1980 –), professional soccer player 215
150 Leonard Slatkin, conductor (Grammys) 215
151 Adolphus Busch (1839–1913), cofounder of Anheuser-Busch with his father-in-law, Eberhard Anheuser 215
152 John Pankow (1954 –), actor (Beverly Hills Cop, Mad About You) 214
153 Jim Talent (1956 –), politician 208
154 Walter J. Ong, scholar 205
155 Marlin Perkins (1905–1986), zoologist, Emmy Award-winning broadcaster 198
156 Kay Thompson, singer, songwriter, author 196
157 Dave Garroway (1913–1982), broadcaster 194
158 Bill Chott (1969 –), comedian and actor (The Ringer, Saturday Night Live, Wizards of Waverly Place) 192
159 Bob Gale (1951 –), screenwriter, film producer 182
160 Wallace Reid (1891–1923), actor, early cinema sex symbol 181
161 Barry Commoner (1917 –), biologist, college professor, eco-socialist, and presidential candidate 178
162 Johnnie Johnson, musician (1924–2005) 177
163 Frank Simek, soccer player with Sheffield Wednesday. Also a USA International. 167
164 Red Schoendienst, Hall of Fame second baseman, coach, and manager for the St. Louis Cardinals 167
165 Grace Bumbry (1937 –), opera singer 166
166 August Busch IV (1964 –), president and CEO of Anheuser-Busch, civic leader 166
167 Dan Dierdorf (1949 –), athlete, broadcaster 165
168 Pud Galvin (1856–1902), Major League Baseball player </ref> 162
169 Neil Rackers (1976 –), athlete, placekicker for the Arizona Cardinals 151
170 Steve Gerber (1947–2008), comic-book writer, co-creator of Howard the Duck 150
171 Mike Shannon, (1939 –), affiliated with the St. Louis Cardinals for 50 years, as a player (1962–1970), in the front office, and, since 1972, as a radio and TV announcer 148
172 Bryan Cox (1968 –), National Football League linebacker 1991 - 2002 148
173 Max Scherzer, pitcher for the Detroit Tigers 143
174 Cam Janssen, professional ice hockey player 140
175 Eugene Field (1850–1895), author 136
176 Gina Tognoni (1973 –), actress 132
177 David Merrick, theatrical producer (Tony Awards) 129
178 Zander Schloss, musician (bassist for the Circle Jerks and The Weirdos), actor 125

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