|Barbara Barrie (05/23/1931 - )|
American actress and author of children's books.
|Rosemary Clooney (05/23/1928 - 06/29/2002)|
American popular singer and actress most popular singing traditional pop music in the 1940s and 50s with songs like "Come On-a My House," "Half as Much" and "Hey There."
Quiz: Rosemary Clooney: American Pop Singer
|Scatman Crothers (05/23/1910 - 11/22/1986)|
African-American actor, singer, dancer and musician perhaps best known for his work as a musician/singer and on the 1970s TV show "Chico and the Man" as Louie the Garbage Man. He also provided the voice for cartoon character Hong Kong Phooey in the 1970s.
|Betty Garrett (05/23/1919 - 02/12/2011)|
American actress perhaps best remembered for playing Archie Bunker's liberal neighbor, Irene Lorenzo, in "All in the Family" and landlady Edna Babish in "Laverne and Shirley."
|Marvin Hagler (05/23/1954 - )|
Retired American boxer who finished his boxing career with a record of 63-3-2 with 52 knockouts between 1973 and 1987.
Quiz: Marvin Hagler- One Tough Boxer
| Jewel (05/23/1974 - )|
American Grammy Award-nominated singer, songwriter, actress, poet and philanthropist. She is well known for her hit singles "Who Will Save Your Soul" (1995), "You Were Meant For Me" (1995) and "Hands" (1998).
|Kelly Monaco (05/23/1976 - )|
American model, actress, and reality television contestant. She is well known for posing in Playboy magazine and for winning the 2005 "Dancing With The Stars" competition.
|John Newcombe (05/23/1944 - )|
Former World No. 1 tennis player from Australia who boasted a career record of 331-113