|Larry J Bird (12/07/1956 - )|
American former NBA basketball player, widely considered one of the greatest all around players, especially in the clutch. Drafted into the NBA sixth overall by the Boston Celtics in 1978, Bird played small forward and power forward for thirteen seasons.
Quiz: Larry Bird: Larry the Legend
|Aaron Carter (12/07/1987 - )|
American pop singer who first came to fame in the late 1990s, establishing himself as a "heartthrob" among teenage audiences during the early 2000s.
|Harry Chapin (12/07/1942 - 07/16/1981)|
American singer, songwriter, and humanitarian whose most successful album, "Verities & Balderdash," was released in 1974, and contained the hit single "Cat's in the Cradle."
|Susan M. Collins (12/07/1952 - )|
United States Senator from Maine and a member of the Republican Party.
|Edd Hall (12/07/1958 - )|
Announcer for "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" from 1992-2004.
|Ted Knight (12/07/1923 - 08/26/1986)|
American actor best known for his portrayol of the vain and untalented newscaster Ted Baxter in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" from 1970-1977 and as father/cartoonist Henry Rush in the series "Too Close For Comfort" from 1980-1986.
|Terrell Owens (12/07/1973 - )|
American NFL football player who plays as a wide receiver.
|Tom Waits (12/07/1949 - )|
American singer-songwriter, composer, and actor. His songs are best known to the general public in the form of cover versions by more visible artists�for example "Jersey Girl" (1985) performed by Bruce Springsteen, and "Downtown Train" (1989) performed
Quiz: Tom Waits: Music Star!