2017-12-02 02:54:37 UTC
(*) indicates 90 to 99 (81 people on this list)
(!) indicates 100 and over (7 people on this list)
Hank Aaron - baseball player
(*) Julie Adams - actress, "Creature From the Black Lagoon"
Danny Aiello - actor, "Do the Right Thing"
Tenley Albright - figure skater
Alan Alda - actor, "M*A*S*H"
Madeleine Albright - U.S. Secretary of State
Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin - U.S. astronaut
(*) Marty Allen - game show panelist
Woody Allen - film director, "Annie Hall"
Herb Alpert - trumpeter and music executive
(*) Ed Ames - tomahawk-throwing actor
Bill Anders - U.S. astronaut, Apollo 8
(*) John B. Anderson - U.S. presidential candidate
Ursula Andress - actress, "Dr. No"
Julie Andrews - singer/actress, "The Sound of Music"
Luis Aparicio - major-league shortstop
Sergio Aragones - cartoonist, "MAD"
Bill Archer - U.S. Congressman, Texas
Alan Arkin - actor, "Little Miss Sunshine"
Giorgio Armani - fashion designer
Ed Asner - actor, Lou Grant
John Astin - actor, "The Addams Family"
(*) David Attenborough - nature documentary writer/narrator
Burt Bacharach - songwriter, "What the World Needs Now is Love"
F. Lee Bailey - criminal defense attorney
Barbara Bain - actress, "Mission: Impossible"
James Baker III - U.S. cabinet member/White House chief of staff
Joe Don Baker - actor, "Walking Tall"
Tom Baker - actor, "Doctor Who"
Roger Bannister - runner
John Barbour - TV host, "Real People"
Brigitte Bardot - actress/sex kitten
(*) Bob Barker - game show host
Rona Barrett - gossip columnist
Barbara Barrie - actress, "Barney Miller"
Shirley Bassey - singer, "Goldfinger"
Alan Bean - U.S. astronaut
Orson Bean - actor, "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"
Ned Beatty - actor, "Deliverance"
Warren Beatty - actor, "Heaven Can Wait"
(*) Harry Belafonte - calypso singer
(*) Pope Benedict XVI - Roman Catholic pope
(*) Tony Bennett - singer
Ken Berry - actor, "Mama's Family"
Robert Blake - actor, "Baretta"
Pat Boone - pop singer, "Love Letters in the Sand"
Frank Borman - U.S. astronaut
Bobby Bowden - college football coach, Florida State Seminoles
Wilford Brimley - actor, "Cocoon"
Nicholas Brady - U.S. secretary of treasury
(*) Mel Brooks - director, "Young Frankenstein"
Jim Brown - Hall of Fame football player
Johnny Brown - actor, "Good Times"
Lee P. Brown - mayor of Houston, Texas
Warren Buffett - investor, Berkshire Hathaway
Carol Burnett - actress, "The Carol Burnett Show"
Ellen Burstyn - actress, "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
(*) Barbara Bush - U.S. first lady
(*) George Bush - U.S. president
Dick Button - figure skater
Ruth Buzzi - actress, "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In"
Edd Byrnes - actor, "77 Sunset Strip"
Michael Caine - actor
(*) Pierre Cardin - fashion designer
Diahann Carroll - actress, "Dynasty"
(*) Jimmy Carter - U.S. president
(*) Rosalynn Carter - U.S. first lady
Dick Cavett - TV host, "The Dick Cavett Show"
Richard Chamberlain - actor, "Dr. Kildare"
(*) Carol Channing - actress
Jacques Chirac - French president
Noam Chomsky - leftist linguist
Jean Chrétien - Canadian prime minister
Benjamin Civiletti - U.S. attorney general
Petula Clark - singer, "Downtown"
Roy Clark - country singer/TV host
(*) Robert Clary - actor, "Hogan's Heroes"
(!) Beverly Cleary - children's author, "The Mouse and the Motorcycle"
Dabney Coleman - actor, "Nine to Five"
Joan Collins - actress, "Dynasty"
Michael Collins - U.S. astronaut
Sean Connery - actor
Robert Conrad - actor, "The Wild Wild West"
Tim Conway - actor, "The Carol Burnett Show"
(*) Roger Corman - film producer
Bill Cosby - actor, "The Cosby Show"
(*) Javier Perez de Cuellar - U.N. secretary-general
Walter Cunningham - U.S. astronaut
(*) Bill Daily - actor, "I Dream of Jeannie"
Vic Damone - singer, "On the Street Where You Live"
Charlie Daniels - fiddler, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"
Clive Davis - music executive
(*) Doris Day - actress
(!) Olivia De Havilland - actress
Ron Dellums - U.S. Congressman, California
Judi Dench - actress, M
Bruce Dern - actor, "The Cowboys"
Angie Dickinson - actress, "Police Woman"
Annette Dionne - quintuplet
Cecile Dionne - quintuplet
James Dobson - Christian radio host, "Focus on the Family"
(*) Bob Dole - U.S. Senator, Kansas
Elizabeth Dole - U.S. cabinet secretary
Phil Donahue - TV host
Sam Donaldson - White House correspondent
Richard Donner - film director, "Lethal Weapon"
(!) Kirk Douglas - actor
(*) Hugh Downs - TV host
Mort Drucker - cartoonist, "MAD"
Michael Dukakis - U.S. presidential nominee
Charles Duke - U.S. astronaut, Apollo 16
Keir Dullea - actor, "2001: A Space Odysey"
Robert Duvall - actor, "The Godfather"
Clint Eastwood - actor
Barbara Eden - actress, "I Dream of Jeannie"
(*) Edwin Edwards - Louisiana governor
(*) Queen Elizabeth II - British head of state
Harlan Ellison - science-fiction author
Daniel Ellsberg - Watergate figure
Don Everly - pop singer, the Everly Brothers
(*) Nanette Fabray - actress
Jamie Farr - actor, "M*A*S*H"
Louis Farrakhan - activist, Nation of Islam
Jules Feiffer - cartoonist, "The New Yorker"
Dianne Feinstein - U.S. Senator, California
Barbara Feldon - actress, "Get Smart"
Albert Finney - actor, "The Bourne Ultimatum"
(*) Rhonda Fleming - actress, "Gunfight at the O.K. Corral"
Louise Fletcher - actress, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
Whitey Ford - Hall of Fame baseball player
Jim Fowler - animal expert, "Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom"
A.J. Foyt - auto racer
Pope Francis - Roman Catholic pope
Morgan Freeman - actor, "Driving Miss Daisy"
Bill Gaither - southern gospel singer
Ron Galella - candid celebrity photographer
Jake Garn - U.S. Senator, Utah
Mitzi Gaynor - actress, "Golden Girl"
Marla Gibbs - actress, "The Jeffersons"
Bob Gibson - Hall of Fame baseball player
Mickey Gilley - country singer
(*) Valery Giscard d'Estaing - French president
Ruth Bader Ginsburg - U.S. Supreme Court justice
Mark Goddard - actor, "Lost In Space"
Jane Goodall - chimpanzee researcher
Mikhail Gorbachev - Soviet Secretary General
Berry Gordy - record producer, Motown
Louis Gossett Jr. - actor, "An Officer and a Gentleman"
(*) Billy Graham - evangelist
Bob Graham - U.S. Senator, Florida
(*) Bud Grant - NFL head coach, Minnesota Vikings
(*) Lee Grant - actress, "Shampoo"
(*) Shecky Greene - comedian
(*) Alan Greenspan - US federal reserve chairman
Gene Hackman - actor
Fred Haise - U.S. astronaut, Apollo 13
(*) Ralph Hall - U.S. Congressman, Texas
Tom T. Hall - country singer, "I Love"
James Hampton - actor, "F-Troop"
Jerry Hardin - actor, "The X-Files"
Estelle Harris - actress, "Seinfeld"
Gary Hart - U.S. Senator, Colorado
David Hartman - TV host, "Good Morning America"
Katherine Helmond - actress, "Who's the Boss?"
Buck Henry - actor and screenwriter
Clarence "Frogman" Henry - singer, "Ain't Got No Home"
Whitey Herzog - baseball manager
Judd Hirsch - actor, "Taxi"
Hiro - photographer, "Harper's Bazaar"
Dustin Hoffman - actor, "The Graduate"
(*) Hal Holbrook - actor, "Lincoln"
(*) Ernest Hollings - U.S. Senator, South Carolina
Polly Holliday - actress, "Alice"
Engelbert Humperdinck - singer, "After the Lovin'"
Tab Hunter - actor, "Damn Yankees!"
(*) Lee Iacocca - automobile manufacturer
(*) Al Jaffee - cartoonist, "MAD"
Conrad Janis - actor, "Mork and Mindy"
Arte Johnson - actor, "Laugh-In"
James Earl Jones - actor, "Field of Dreams"
Quncy Jones - jazz producer
Shirley Jones - actress, "The Partridge Family"
Al Kaline - baseball player, Detroit Tigers
Nancy Kassebaum - U.S. Senator, Kansas
Herb Kelleher - chairman, Southwest Airlines
Anthony Kennedy - U.S. Supreme Court justice
(*) Tom Kennedy - game show host, "Password Plus"
Ken Kercheval - actor, "Dallas"
Graham Kerr - The Galloping Gourmet
Don King - boxing promoter
Larry King - TV host
(*) Henry Kissinger - U.S. secretary of state
Walter Koenig - actor, "Star Trek"
Bernie Kopell - actor, "The Love Boat"
Yaphet Kotto - actor, "Live and Let Die"
Sandy Koufax - baseball player
Gene Kranz - NASA flight director
Kreskin - mentalist and TV host
Kris Kristofferson - songwriter/actor, "A Star Is Born"
Marty Krofft - TV producer, "Land of the Lost"
Sid Krofft - TV producer, "Land of the Lost"
Karl Lagerfeld - fashion designer
Mills Lane - boxing referee and TV judge
(*) Angela Lansbury - actress, "Murder, She Wrote"
(*) Lyndon LaRouche - U.S. presidential candidate
Don Larsen - major leaguer, NY Yankees
(*) Tommy Lasorda - major-league manager
Linda Lavin - actress, "Alice"
Carol Lawrence - Broadway singer/actress
Steve Lawrence - singer
(*) Paul Laxalt - U.S. Senator, Nevada
(*) Cloris Leachman - actress, "Phyllis"
(*) Norman Lear - TV producer
(*) Stan Lee - comic book writer, "Spiderman"
Jim Lehrer - TV journalist, "The MacNeil/Lehrer Report"
Tom Lehrer - musical satirist, "Poisoning Pigeons in the Park"
Alexei Leonov - U.S.S.R. cosmonaut
Jerry Lee Lewis - singer, "Great Balls of Fire"
G. Gordon Liddy - Watergate conspirator
Hal Linden - actor, Barney Miller
(*) James Lipton - TV host, "Inside the Actor's Studio"
(!) Norman Lloyd - actor, "St. Elsewhere"
(*) June Lockhart - actress, "Lost In Space"
(*) Gina Lollobrigida - actress
Trini Lopez - singer, "Lemon Tree"
Sophia Loren - actress
Tina Louise - actress, "Gilligan's Island"
Jim Lovell - U.S. astronaut
Richard Lugar - U.S. Senator, Indiana
Loretta Lynn - country singer
Gavin MacLeod - actor, "The Love Boat"
Robert MacNeil - TV journalist, "The MacNeil/Lehrer Report"
(*) Bill Macy - actor, "Maude"
Shirley MacLaine - actress, "Terms of Endearment"
John Madden - football coach and commentator
(*) Dorothy Malone - actress, "Peyton Place"
Robert Mandan - actor, "Soap"
Imelda Marcos - Philippine first lady
(*) Rose Marie - actress/game show panelist
(*) Peter Marshall - game show host, "The Hollywood Squares"
Wink Martindale - game show host
Ken Mattingly - U.S. astronaut, Apollo 16
Jackie Mason - comedian/actor, "The Jerk"
Johnny Mathis - singer, "Misty"
Peter Max - pop artist
Willie Mays - baseball player
John McCain - U.S. Senator, Arizona
Jim McDivitt - U.S. astronaut, Apollo 9
Tommy McDonald - NFL football player, Philadelphia Eagles
Bob McGrath - actor, "Sesame Street"
Drayton McLane - business & sports executive
Larry McMurtry - novelist, "Lonesome Dove"
Edwin Meese - U.S. attorney general
Lee Meriwether - actress, "Barnaby Jones"
Barbara Mikulski - U.S. Senator, Maryland
Vera Miles - actress, "Psycho"
George Mitchell - U.S. Senator, Maine
Walter Mondale - U.S. vice president
Rita Moreno - actress, "West Side Story"
Jaye P. Morgan - game show panelist, "The Gong Show"
Ennio Morricone - film soundtrack composer, "The Mission"
Garrett Morris - actor, "Saturday Night Live"
Bill Moyers - journalist and commentator, PBS
Hosni Mubarak - Egyptian president
Roger Mudd - TV journalist
(*) Robert Mugabe - Zimbabwean president/dictator
Rupert Murdoch - chairman, News Corp
Ralph Nader - consumer activist
(!) Yasuhiro Nakasone - Japanese prime minister
Willie Nelson - country singer
Bob Newhart - actor, "The Bob Newhart Show"
Julie Newmar - actress, "Batman"
Nichelle Nichols - actress, "Star Trek"
Jack Nicholson - actor
Kim Novak - actress, "Vertigo"
Sandra Day O'Connor - U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Paul O'Neill - U.S. secretary of the treasury
Yoko Ono - avant-garde artist
Charles Osgood - news commentator and anchor
Bob Packwood - U.S. Senator, Oregon
Ron Paul - U.S. Congressman, Texas
(!) I.M. Pei - architect
"Little" Richard Penniman - rock 'n' roll pioneer
Ross Perot - presidential candidate
(*) William Perry - U.S. secretary of defense
Richard Petty - auto racer
Regis Philbin - TV host
(*) Prince Philip of the U.K. - British royal family member
T. Boone Pickens - oil industry executive
Gary Player - pro golfer
Christopher Plummer - actor, "The Sound of Music"
Roman Polanski - film director/statutory rapist
Ron Popeil - inventor, Ronco
(*) Sidney Poitier - actor, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner"
Colin Powell - U.S. Secretary of State
Jane Powell - actress, "Royal Wedding"
Pat Priest - actress, "The Munsters"
David Prowse - actor, "Star Wars"
(*) Charlotte Rae - actress, "The Facts of Life"
James Randi - magician
(*) Joyce Randolph - actress, "The Honeymooners"
Charles Rangel - U.S. congressman, New York
Sally Jessy Raphael - talk show host
Mel Ramos - pin-up artist
Dan Rather - news anchor
Robert Redford - actor, "The Sting"
Vanessa Redgrave - actress, "Julia"
(*) Carl Reiner - actor/director
Burt Reynolds - actor, "Smokey and the Bandit"
Brooks Robinson - Hall of Fame baseball player
Frank Robinson - Hall of Fame baseball player
Juan "Chichi" Rodriguez - golfer
Marion Ross - actress, "Happy Days"
William Ruckelshaus - U.S. justice department official
George Ryan - governor of Illinois
Donald Rumsfeld - U.S. secretary of defense
Bill Russell - basketball player
Mark Russell - political satirist
(*) Eva Marie Saint - actress, "North By Northwest"
Harrison Schmitt - U.S. astronaut, Apollo 17
(*) Red Schoendienst - baseball manager
Charles Schwab - stockbroker
Russell Schweickart - U.S. astronaut, Apollo 9
David Scott - U.S. astronaut
Ridley Scott - film director, "Alien"
Willard Scott - TV personality and clown
(*) Vin Scully - baseball announcer, Los Angeles Dodgers
Bud Selig - baseball commissioner
(*) Doc Severinsen - bandleader, "The Tonight Show"
(*) Gene Shalit - film critic, "The Today Show"
Bob Shane - folk musician, The Kingston Trio
William Shatner - actor, "Star Trek"
(*) Bill Shaw - gospel singer, The Blackwood Brothers
Jack Sheldon - singer and trumpeter, "Conjunction Junction"
Liz Sheridan - actress, "Seinfeld"
Sonny Shroyer - actor, "The Dukes of Hazzard"
Don Shula - NFL football coach
(*) George Shultz - U.S. cabinet secretary
Fred Silverman - television executive
(*) Neil Simon - playwright, "The Odd Couple"
Alan Simpson - U.S. Senator, Wyoming
Maggie Smith - actress, "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"
Tom Smothers - folk musician/TV host, the Smothers Brothers
Stephen Sondheim - Broadway musical composer
George Soros - currency speculator/political donor
Boris Spassky - chess player
Carroll Spinney - actor, "Sesame Street"
Thomas Stafford - U.S. astronaut
Charles Stanley - Baptist minister
Gloria Steinem - feminist
(*) John Paul Stevens - U.S. supreme court justice
Stella Stevens - actress, "Girls! Girls! Girls!"
(*) Jerry Stiller - actor, "Seinfeld"
Mike Stoller - pop songwriter, "Hound Dog"
(*) Larry Storch - actor, "F-Troop"
Donald Sutherland - actor, "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"
Jimmy Swaggart - Pentecostal evangelist
Inga Swenson - actress, "Benson"
Loretta Swit - actress, "M*A*S*H"
Rip Taylor - comedian, throws confetti
Marlo Thomas - actress, "That Girl"
Richard Thornburgh - U.S. attorney general
Rip Torn - actor, "Dodgeball"
Ken Turner - gospel singer, The Blackwood Brothers
Desmond Tutu - Anglican archbishop
Cicely Tyson - actress, "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman"
Peter Ueberroth - baseball commissioner
Bob Uecker - baseball announcer and actor
Bobby Unser - auto racer
Frankie Valli - pop singer, The Four Seasons
Mamie Van Doren - actress, "High School Confidential"
(*) Gloria Vanderbilt - fashion designer
(*) Dick Van Dyke - actor
Jerry Van Dyke - actor, "Coach"
Bobby Vinton - singer, "Blue Velvet"
Bill Virdon - major-league manager
(*) Paul Volcker - chairman, U.S. Federal Reserve
(*) Claus von Bulow - acquitted attempted murder defendant
Lyle Waggoner - actor, "The Carol Burnett Show"
Robert Wagner - actor, "Hart to Hart"
(*) Clint Walker - actor, "Cheyenne"
(*) Mort Walker - cartoonist, "Beetle Bailey"
Barbara Walters - TV journalist and host
(*) John Warner - U.S. Senator, Virginia
James Watson - DNA co-discoverer
Lowell Weicker - U.S. Senator, Connecticut
Ruth Westheimer - sex counselor
(*) Betty White - actress
Jim Whittaker - mountain climber
Billy Dee Williams - actor, "The Empire Strikes Back"
John Williams - film score composer, "Star Wars"
Nancy Wilson - jazz singer
Pete Wilson - U.S. Senator, California
Tom Wolfe - author, "The Right Stuff"
Joanne Woodward - actress
Alfred Worden - U.S. astronaut
Jo Anne Worley - performer, "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In"
(!) Herman Wouk - writer, "The Caine Mutiny"
Bill Wyman - rock bassist, the Rolling Stones
(*) Chuck Yeager - test pilot
John Young - U.S. astronaut
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