|James Cagney (07/17/1899 - 03/30/1986)|
American film actor who was frequently cast in "tough guy" roles. He won an Academy Award for his part in "Yankee Doodle Dandy" (1942).
Quiz: James Cagney: Quintessential Tough Guy
|Phyllis Diller (07/17/1917 - 08/20/2012)|
American comedian who was considered one of the pioneers of female stand-up comedy. She is remembered for her distinctive, cackling laugh, one of the best-recognized in comedy. In 1993 she was inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame.
Quiz: Phyllis Diller: Stand-Up Comedy Genius!
|Natasha Hamilton (07/17/1982 - )|
British singer and member of the band, Atomic Kitten (founded 1997).
|Art Linkletter (07/17/1912 - 05/26/2010)|
The host of two of the longest running shows in TV broadcast history: "House Party" (1952-1969) and "People Are Funny." He received a lifetime achievement Daytime Emmy award in 2003.
|Phoebe Snow (07/17/1952 - )|
American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, most known for her 1975 hit "Poetry Man".
|Donald Sutherland (07/17/1934 - )|
Canadian actor with a film career spanning over 40 years. His first great successes came with the three war films "The Dirty Dozen" in 1967 with Lee Marvin and Charles Bronson, in 1970 as the lead Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce in Robert Altman's "M*A