|Anne Bronte (01/17/1820 - 05/28/1849)|
19th century British novelist and poet, the youngest of the Brontë literary family.
|Jim Carrey (01/17/1962 - )|
Canadian comedic film actor best known for his manic, slapstick performances in comedy films such as "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" (1994), "Dumb & Dumber" (1994) and "The Mask" (1994).
Quiz: Jim Carrey: His Movie Roles
Quiz: Jim Carrey- Talented Funnyman
|Zooey Deschanel (01/17/1980 - )|
American musician, singer-songwriter and actress who made her film debut in the comedy-drama movie Mumford. She is perhaps well known for starring in the movies "Elf"(2003), "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"(2005) and "Failure to Launch"(2006).
|Anthony Glise (01/17/1956 - )|
American classical guitarist, composer and author who has won numerous international musical awards and citations dating back to 1985.
|James Earl Jones (01/17/1931 - )|
American film and stage actor most famous for his deep and authoritative voice and his originally uncredited role as the voice of Darth Vader in the "Star Wars" films of the 1970s and 80s.
|Eartha Kitt (01/17/1927 - 12/25/2008)|
American actress, singer, and cabaret star best known for her role as Catwoman in the 1960s TV series "Batman," and for her sexy 1953 Christmas song "Santa Baby."
Quiz: Eartha Kitt Tribute
Quiz: Eartha Kitt - Sexy Star
|Michelle Obama (01/17/1964 - )|
American lawyer and the wife of Barack Obama, the President-elect of the United States.
Quiz: Michelle Obama: Classy First Lady
|Kid Rock (01/17/1971 - )|
American rapper, singer and rock musician who first gained popularity in the early 1990s.
Quiz: Kid Rock
|Vidal Sassoon (01/17/1928 - )|
English cosmetologist and hairdresser best known for his hair shampoos and conditioners that were first marketed worldwide in the early 1980s.
|Mick Taylor (01/17/1949 - )|
English musician best known as a former member of John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and The Rolling Stones.
|Yvonne Zima (01/17/1989 - )|
American actress best known for her long-term portrayal of "Rachel Greene" in "ER" (1994-present).