Celebrity picks for Derby Dead Pool 2022: C

 

Caan, James
Born 26 March 1940  (New York City, New York, USA)
Hollywood actor, known for his roles in 'The Godfather', 'Rollerball' and 'Misery'.
[Picture of James Caan]

 

Cabrera, Roider
Born 15 March 1991  (Liliw, Philipines)
Phillipines basketball player
[Picture of Roider Cabrera]

 

Caine, Michael
Born 14 March 1933  (Bermondsey, London, England)
Legendary British actor, still turning in award-winning performances.
[Picture of Michael Caine]

 

Calaway, Mark
Born 24 March 1965  (Houston, Texas, USA)
Professional wrestler known as 'The Undertaker'.
[Picture of Mark Calaway]

 

Calder, David
Born 1 August 1946  (Portsmouth, UK)
Clasically trained actor, played Julius Caesar in the 2018 National Live Theatre Shakespeare adaptation.
[Picture of David Calder]

 

Calderwood, Jimmy
Born 28 February 1955  (Glasgow, Scotland)
Footballer, now with dementia.
[Picture of Jimmy Calderwood]

 

Caldinez, Sonny
Born 1 July 1932  (Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago)
Trinidadian actor (Doctor Who) and former professional wrestler
[Picture of Sonny Caldinez]

 

Caldwell, Bobby
Born 15 August 1951  (New York, New York, USA)
American singer / songwriter who recorded the hit single "What You Won't Do for Love" in 1978
[Picture of Bobby Caldwell]

 

Cale, John
Born 9 March 1942  (Garnant, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, Wales)
Another of OoO's great living Welshman, of which The Man In Black shares those sentiments. Cale has been in music for aeons - as a composer, producer & songwriter. But to most people, best remembered for his distinctive sounds as he played the harpsichord
[Picture of John Cale]

 

Callaghan, Ian
Born 10 April 1942  (Toxteth, Liverpool, United Kingdom)
Liverpool's record player with 640 appearances for the club.
[Picture of Ian Callaghan]

 

Callerot, Genevieve
Born 6 May 1916  (Paris, France)
French farmer, novelist and WW2 resistance fighter.
[Picture of Genevieve Callerot]

 

Callil, Carmen
Born 15 July 1938  (Melbourne, Australia)
Literary critic and co-founder of both Virago Press and feminist magazine "Spare Rib".
[Picture of Carmen Callil]

 

Camber, Irene
Born 12 February 1926  (Trieste, Italy)
Italian fencer who won the Foil Gold at the 1952 Olympics.
[Picture of Irene Camber]

 

Campbell, Ronnie
Born 14 August 1943  (Tynemouth, Northumberland, England)
Labour MP for Blyth Valley since 1987.
[Picture of Ronnie Campbell]

 

Campbell, Vivian
Born 25 August 1962  (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
Guitarist for rock bands Def Leppard, Thin Lizzy and Dio.
[Picture of Vivian Campbell]

 

Campo, Joe Del
Born 4 July 1943  (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
Survivor: Kaoh Rong contestant.
[Picture of Joe Del Campo]

 

Cannon, Dyan
Born 4 January 1937  (Tacoma, Washington, USA)
US Actress, nominated three times for an Oscar
[Picture of Dyan Cannon]

 

Cannon, Tommy
Born 27 June 1938  (Oldham, Lancashire, England)
The taller half of Cannon & Ball; now teams up with his old sidekick to do evangelical stuff as well as comedy routines.
[Picture of Tommy Cannon]

 

Capes, Geoff
Born 23 August 1949  (Holbeach, Lincolnshire, England)
Fomer Great Britain international shot putter and twice winner of the World's Strongest Man competition.
[Picture of Geoff Capes]

 

Capps, Lois
Born 10 January 1938  (Ladysmith, Wisconsin, USA)
former US Representative, from 1998 to 2017.
[Picture of Lois Capps]

 

Caputo, Michael
Born 24 March 1962  (Buffalo, New York, USA)
American lobbyist for Russia under Boris Yetlsin and later assistant HHS in the Trump government
[Picture of Michael Caputo]

 

Carbajal, Antonio
Born 7 June 1929  (Mexico City, Mexico)
Former Mexico national goalkeeper. One of only 2 players to have appeared in five World Cups.
[Picture of Antonio Carbajal]

 

Cardinale, Claudia
Born 15 April 1938  (Tunis, Tunisia)
Actress of 1960s and 1970s Italian cinema, who starred in some films by Luchino Visconti and Sergio Leone. Was named among one of the 50 most beautiful actresses in film history. Today she is an outspoken activist for women's and gay rights.
[Picture of Claudia Cardinale]

 

Carew, Rod
Born 1 October 1945  (Gatun, Panama)
Major League Baseball player and coach.
[Picture of Rod Carew]

 

Carey, Alison
Born in   (exact date unknown)
Estranged sister of soul singer Mariah Carey. Born c. 1961.
[Picture of Alison Carey]

 

Carey, George
Born 13 November 1935  (London, England)
Former Archbishop of Canterbury, between 1991 & 2002.
[Picture of George Carey]

 

Cariou, Len
Born 30 September 1939  (St Boniface, Manitoba, Canada)
Actor on both stage and screen, originated the role of Sweeney Todd in its 1979 Broadway run.
[Picture of Len Cariou]

 

Carl XVI Gustaf Folke Hubertus, King
Born 30 April 1946  (Haga Palace, Sweden)
King of Sweden since 1973 & the guy who hands over the Nobel Prizes every year.
[Picture of King Carl XVI Gustaf Folke Hubertus]

 

Carleson, Lennart
Born 18 March 1928  (Stockholm, Sweden)
Swedish mathematician.
[Picture of Lennart Carleson]

 

Carlisle, Clarke
Born 14 October 1979  (Preston, Lancashire, England)
Former journeyman footballer who later became chairman of the Professional Footballers Association. Attempted suicide shortly before Xmas 2014 by stepping in front of a lorry.
[Picture of Clarke Carlisle]

 

Carlson, Steve
Born 26 August 1955  (Virginia, Minnesota, USA)
Ice hockey player and cult actor for his role in Slap Shit
[Picture of Steve Carlson]

 

Carlsson, Dagny Dagny Carlsson is no longer with us
Born 8 May 1912  (Kristianstad, Sweden)

Died 24 March 2022  (Solna, Sweden)

Age at death: 109  (read death notice)
Swedish celebrity who gained fame after starting a blog aged 100, and now regularly appears on light entertainment shows over there.
[Picture of Dagny Carlsson]

 

Carlyle, Robert
Born 14 April 1961  (Glasgow, Scotland)
Scottish actor. Best known for his roles in 'The Full Monty' and 'Trainspotting'.
[Picture of Robert Carlyle]

 

Carnahan, Jean
Born 20 December 1933  (Washington DC, USA)
The first woman to represent Missouri in the US Senate, she was elected to replace her late husband Mel.
[Picture of Jean Carnahan]

 

Carner, JoAnne
Born 4 April 1939  (Kirkland, Washington, USA)
American professional golfer with 43 victories on the LPGA Tour.
[Picture of JoAnne Carner]

 

Caron, Leslie
Born 1 July 1931  (Boulogne-sur-Seine, France)
French actress and dancer.
[Picture of Leslie Caron]

 

Carpenter, Carleton Carleton Carpenter is no longer with us
Born 10 July 1926  (Bennington, Vermont, USA)

Died 31 January 2022  (Warwick, New York, USA)

Age at death: 95  (read death notice)
American film, TV actor and songwriter.
[Picture of Carleton Carpenter]

 

Carpenter, Richard
Born 15 October 1946  (New Haven, Connecticut, USA)
One half of the successful 1970s pop sibling duo The Carpenters with his sister, the late Karen Carpenter.
[Picture of Richard Carpenter]

 

Carr, Alan
Born 14 June 1976  (Weymouth, Dorset, England)
Well, there's two schools of thought here. One says he's a popular, funny comedian. Others say he is an unoriginal, utterly annoying twat.
[Picture of Alan Carr]

 

Carr, Liz
Born in Wirral, UK  (exact date unknown)
Disabled rights activist, comedian and actor. Born 1972.
[Picture of Liz Carr]

 

Carreras, Jose
Born 5 December 1946  (Barcelona, Spain)
The third wheel of the Three Tenors, who has successfully beaten leukemia in the past.
[Picture of Jose Carreras]

 

Carrey, Jim
Born 17 January 1962  (Newmarket, Ontario, Canada)
Rubber faced actor/comedian - famous for 'The Mask', 'Ace Ventura' and 'The Truman Show', amongst others.
[Picture of Jim Carrey]

 

Carrillo, Ernesto Fonseca
Born in Guadalajara, Mexico  (exact date unknown)
Former Mexican drugs baron. Born in 1942.
[Picture of Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo]

 

Carrodus, Frank
Born 31 May 1949  (Cheshire, England)
Former winger for Aston Villa in the late 1970s.
[Picture of Frank Carrodus]

 

Carroll, Pat
Born 5 May 1927  (Shreveport, Louisiana, USA)
Actress - voice of the villanous Ursula in 'The Little Mermaid'.
[Picture of Pat Carroll]

 

Carrott, Jasper
Born 14 March 1945  (Acocks Green, Birmingham, England)
Comedian & game show presenter - real name Robert Davis.
[Picture of Jasper Carrott]

 

Carson, Willie
Born 16 November 1942  (Stirling, United Kingdom)
Retired British jockey and racehorse owner
[Picture of Willie Carson]

 

Carstensen, Margit
Born 29 February 1940  (Kiel, Germany)
German actress who was a Fassbinder regular.
[Picture of Margit Carstensen]

 

Carter, Aaron
Born 7 December 1987  (Tampa, Florida, USA)
Pre-teen pop star of the 1990s, gave us "Crazy Little Party Girl", "Crush On You" and other classics of the genre.
[Picture of Aaron Carter]

 

Carter, Allister
Born 25 July 1979  (Colchester, Essex, England)
Snooker player, Runner-up in the 2008 & 2012 World Championship.
[Picture of Allister Carter]

 

Carter, Clarence
Born 14 January 1936  (Montgomery, Alabama, USA)
Blind soul singer & songwriter.
[Picture of Clarence Carter]

 

Carter, Jimmy
Born 1 October 1924  (Plains, Georgia, USA)
Peanut-farming President of the US of A from 1977-81.
[Picture of Jimmy Carter]

 

Carter, Rosalynn
Born 18 August 1927  (Plains, Georgia, USA)
Wife of former US President Jimmy Carter.
[Picture of Rosalynn Carter]

 

Carter, Terry
Born 16 December 1928  (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
Actor - 'McCloud', 'Battlestar Galactica'.
[Picture of Terry Carter]

 

Cash, Bill
Born 10 May 1940  (London, England)
Conservative 'eurosceptic' MP for Stone.
[Picture of Bill Cash]

 

Castellaneta, Dan
Born 29 October 1953  (Oak Park, Illinois, USA)
Actor who is the unmistakable voice of the arch-slob Homer Simpson in 'The Simpsons'.
[Picture of Dan Castellaneta]

 

Castle, John
Born 14 January 1940  (Croydon, London, England)
Actor who appeared in acclaimed films such as Blowup, The Lion in Winter and, err, RoboCop 3.
[Picture of John Castle]

 

Castro, Raúl
Born 3 June 1931  (Biran, Cuba)
Younger brother of Fidel Castro, who has been running the show in Cuba since Fidel fell ill in July 2006.
[Picture of Raúl Castro]

 

Castro Ruz, Juanita
Born 6 May 1933  (Birán, Holguín Province, Cuba)
Sister of former Cuban leader Fidel and current leader Raul.
[Picture of Juanita Castro Ruz]

 

Cattini, Clem
Born 20 August 1937  (Stoke Newington, London, England)
Drummer with Tornados, Johnny Kidd and the Pirates and the Wombles
[Picture of Clem Cattini]

 

Cattouse, Nadia
Born 2 November 1924  (Belize City, Belize)
Belizean-born British actress, singer and songwriter
[Picture of Nadia Cattouse]

 

Cavani, Liliana
Born 12 January 1937  (Carpi, Modena, Italy)
Italian film director, best known for her 1974 film 'The Night Porter', starring Dirk Bogarde.
[Picture of Liliana Cavani]

 

Cavazos, Lauro Lauro Cavazos is no longer with us
Born 4 January 1927  (Kingsville, Texas, USA)

Died 15 March 2022  (Concord, Massachusetts, USA)

Age at death: 95  (read death notice)
The first Hispanic member of a US presidential cabinet, a milestone he achieved as Reagan and then Bush Sr's Secretary of Education.
[Picture of Lauro Cavazos]

 

Caven, Ingrid
Born 3 August 1938  (Saarbrucken, Germany)
German film actress who appeared in several films directed by husband Ranier Fassbinder.
[Picture of Ingrid Caven]

 

Cavendish, Peregrine
Born 27 April 1944  (Derbyshire, United Kingdom)
The 12th Duke of Devonshire
[Picture of Peregrine Cavendish]

 

Cavett, Dick
Born 19 November 1936  (Gibbon, Nebraska, USA)
Talk-show host in the US.
[Picture of Dick Cavett]

 

Cecchi Gori, Vittorio
Born 27 April 1942  (Florence, Italy)
Chairman of Fiorentina football club during the 1990s, the Gabriel Batistuta era.
[Picture of Vittorio Cecchi Gori]

 

Celentano, Adriano
Born 6 January 1938  (Milan, Italy)
Italy's Elvis, Frank Sinatra and Beatles all rolled into one. Seriously, all pop culture went through this man for 30 years. One of Ian Dury's "Reasons to be Cheerful" as well.
[Picture of Adriano Celentano]

 

Cellan-Jones, Rory
Born 17 January 1958  (London, United Kingdom)
Recently retired BBC journalist
[Picture of Rory Cellan-Jones]

 

Cellier, Peter
Born in London, England  (exact date unknown)
Actor who specialised in playing officious, establishment figures in series such as 'Yes, Minister'. Born 1928.
[Picture of Peter Cellier]

 

Cepeda, Orlando
Born 17 September 1937  (Ponce, Puerto Rico)
Puerto Rican baseball player.
[Picture of Orlando Cepeda]

 

Cerf, Vinton
Born 23 June 1943  (New Haven, Connecticut, USA)
American Internet pioneer recognized as one of "the fathers of the Internet", sharing this title with TCP/IP co-developer Bob Kahn
[Picture of Vinton Cerf]

 

Cetera, Peter
Born 13 September 1944  (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
American singer, songwriter and bassist best known for being an original member of Chicago before launching a successful solo career
[Picture of Peter Cetera]

 

Chakiris, George
Born 16 September 1934  (Norwood, Ohio, USA)
Oscar-winner actor thanks to his apperance as Bernardo, the leader of the Sharks in "West Side Story".
[Picture of George Chakiris]

 

Chalker, Lynda
Born 29 April 1942  (England)
Baroness Chalker. Former minister in Thatchers government from Wallasey so a rare breed of a scouse Tory of sorts!
[Picture of Lynda Chalker]

 

Chalmers, Judith
Born 10 October 1936  (Stockport, Cheshire, England)
Former presenter of 'Wish You Were Here?' Urban legend in the Costa Blanca says she fell off a train (The Lemon Express), stinking drunk after enjoying copious amounts of champagne & then refilmed her "actual" footage 2 days later when she recovered. Howe
[Picture of Judith Chalmers]

 

Chamberlain, Richard
Born 31 March 1934  (Beverly Hills, California)
Television & film actor in both the US & the UK. Gained fame as being a heart-throb, but later admitted that he is, in fact, gay. Now lives in Hawaii.
[Picture of Richard Chamberlain]

 

Chamorro, Violeta
Born 18 October 1929  (Rivas, Nicaragua)
First female president of Nicaragua in 1990, following the ousting of Daniel Ortega's Sandanista regime.
[Picture of Violeta Chamorro]

 

Chance, James
Born 20 April 1953  (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA)
Also known as James White, American saxophonist, keyboard player, songwriter and singer
[Picture of James Chance]

 

Chandler, Gene
Born 6 July 1937  (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Singer-songwriter known for Duke of Earl and Groovy Situation.
[Picture of Gene Chandler]

 

Channel, Bruce
Born 28 November 1940  (Jacksonville, Texas, USA)
Singer-songwriter who scored a massive hit in 1962 with 'Hey Baby' which reached No.1 in the US and No.2 in the UK.
[Picture of Bruce Channel]

 

Chapman, Mark David
Born 10 May 1955  (Fort Worth, Texas, USA)
The killer of John Lennon in 1980. Currently serving life imprisonment.
[Picture of Mark David Chapman]

 

Chappel, Eric Eric Chappel is no longer with us
Born in Grantham, Lincolnshire, England  (exact date unknown)

Died 21 April 2022  (Grantham, United Kingdom)

Age at death: 88  (read death notice)
Television writer of arguably ITV's greatest ever situation comedy, 'Rising Damp'. Born 1933.
[Picture of Eric Chappel]

 

Chappell, Ian
Born 26 September 1943  (Unley, Australia)
Highly influential cricket player and arguaby the greatest captain the Australian team has ever seen. Now a power player behind the scenes of the sport.
[Picture of Ian Chappell]

 

Chappelle, Dave
Born 24 August 1973  (Washington D.C., USA)
Massively popular American stand-up actor and TV show host, somewhat edgy and thus always in danger of getting #cancelled
[Picture of Dave Chappelle]

 

Charles, Craig
Born 11 July 1964  (Liverpool, England)
British actor, television presenter, DJ and poet. Dave Lister in Red Dwarf, Lloyd Mullaney in Coronation Street and presents Robot Wars.
[Picture of Craig Charles]

 

Charles, Jeanette
Born 15 October 1927  ()
Actress look-a-like of Queen Elisabeth II.
[Picture of Jeanette Charles]

 

Charles, Prince
Born 14 November 1948  (Buckingham Palace, London, England)
Heir to the throne. An iffy DDP pick due to the longevity of his parents & grandmother.
[Picture of Prince Charles]

 

Charlton, Bobby
Born 11 October 1937  (Ashington, Northumberland, England)
1966 World Cup-winning footballer and survivor of the 1958 Munich air crash.
[Picture of Bobby Charlton]

 

Chase, Chevy
Born 8 October 1943  (New York City, New York, USA)
Actor & comedian, very popular in the 1970s & 1980s after his appearances on Saturday Night Live.
[Picture of Chevy Chase]

 

Chechik, Adriana
Born 4 November 1991  (Downingtown, Pennsylvania, USA)
Porn star.
[Picture of Adriana Chechik]

 

Checker, Chubby
Born 3 October 1941  (Spring Gulley, South Carolina, USA)
Singer, famous for his hit singles 'The Twist' and 'Let's Twist Again'.
[Picture of Chubby Checker]

 

Chee-Hwa, Tung
Born 7 July 1937  (Shanghai, China)
Former Chief Executive of Hong Kong, first in this post after the handover of Hong Kong to China
[Picture of Tung Chee-Hwa]

 

Chell, Carol
Born in   (exact date unknown)
TV presenter in 'Play School' and 'Play Away'. Born 1941.
[Picture of Carol Chell]

 

Cheney, Dick
Born 30 January 1941  (Lincoln, Nebraska, USA)
Former Vice-President of the USA, who was apparently the real "brains" in the White House. Has had years of heart trouble.
[Picture of Dick Cheney]

 

Cheney, Liz
Born 28 July 1966  (Madison, Wisconsin, USA)
Dick's daughter, and holder of his former House seat whose sudden shift to "principled #NeverTrumper" will probably slay the family dynasty. Oh well…
[Picture of Liz Cheney]

 

Cher, (singer/actress)
Born 20 May 1946  (El Centro, California, USA)
Singer, actress, gay icon, the "male-sounding one" out of Sonny & Cher, who, amongst many other things, has won an Oscar.
[Picture of (singer/actress) Cher]

 

Cherry, Don
Born 5 February 1934  (Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
Outspoken Canadian ice hockey commentator. Not to be confused with the late jazz musician.
[Picture of Don Cherry]

 

Chianese, Dominic
Born 24 February 1931  (Bronx, New York, USA)
Actor, in many roles, but probably known for his role as Junior Soprano in the 'Sopranos'.
[Picture of Dominic Chianese]

 

Childs, John
Born in London, England  (exact date unknown)
The most infamous hitman in UK history, behind a string of six murders during the 70s.
[Picture of John Childs]

 

Chinery, Hazel P.
Born 5 May 1927  (London, England)
Last surviving member of The Beverley Sisters.
[Picture of Hazel P. Chinery]

 

Chin'ono, Hopewell
Born 26 March 1971  (Zimbabwe)
Zimbabwean journalist.
[Picture of Hopewell Chin'ono]

 

Chirac, Bernadette
Born 18 May 1933  (Paris, France)
Politician and wife of former French President Jacques Chirac.
[Picture of Bernadette Chirac]

 

Chittell, Chris
Born 19 May 1948  (Aldershot, UK)
Longest-serving actor in Emmerdale, having played the role of Eric Pollard since 1986. Early in his career, he also starred in a softcore porn film alongside a young Stellan Skarsgard.
[Picture of Chris Chittell]

 

Chomsky, Noam
Born 7 December 1928  (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
Leading professor of linguistics, who has also written and lectured widely on subjects as diverse as philosophy and US foreign policy. Holds honorary degrees from over 20 universities.
[Picture of Noam Chomsky]

 

Chong, Tommy
Born 24 May 1938  (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
One half of the stoner comedy duo Cheech and Chong.
[Picture of Tommy Chong]

 

Chrétien, Jean
Born 11 January 1934  (Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada)
French-Canadian politician. Was Prime Minister of Canada for ten years.
[Picture of Jean Chrétien]

 

Christiansen, Thue
Born 25 February 1940  (Marmorilik, Greenland, Denmark)
Teacher and politician from Greenland, designed their national flag.
[Picture of Thue Christiansen]

 

Christopher, Sonja
Born 28 January 1937  (Olympia, Washington, USA)
Took part in the US "Survivor" series - has beaten cancer in the past.
[Picture of Sonja Christopher]

 

Christopher, Tony
Born 25 April 1925  (Cheltenham, UK)
Oldest sitting member of the House of Lords as of the start of 2019.
[Picture of Tony Christopher]

 

Chuilleanain, Eilean Ni
Born 28 November 1942  (Cork, Ireland)
Irish poet and novelist
[Picture of Eilean Ni Chuilleanain]

 

Church, James
Born in England  (exact date unknown)
Stepfather of Charlotte Church.
[Picture of James Church]

 

Churchman, Ysanne
Born 14 May 1925  (Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, England)
Actress, best known as the voice of Grace Archer in 'The Archers' and was famously killed off in 1955 on the same night as the launch of ITV.
[Picture of Ysanne Churchman]

 

Chyna, Blac
Born 11 May 1988  (Washington DC, USA)
Not really a dancer, not really an actress nor singer nor model
[Picture of Blac Chyna]

 

Ciampi, Franca
Born 19 December 1919  (Reggio Emilia, Italy)
Former First Lady of Italy, widow of Carlo Azeglio Ciampi
[Picture of Franca Ciampi]

 

Claire, Don St.
Born 10 January 1935  (Portola Valley, California)
The Amazing Race contestant.
[Picture of Don St. Claire]

 

Claire, Fred
Born 5 October 1935  (Jamestown, Ohio, USA)
US sports executive and longtime manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers
[Picture of Fred Claire]

 

Claire, Mary Jean St.
Born 13 October 1938  (Valencia, California, USA)
The Amazing Race contestant.
[Picture of Mary Jean St. Claire]

 

Clapton, Eric
Born 30 March 1945  (Ripley, UK)
Legendary guitarist and the only man inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times. Sometimes forgets to shut the window.
[Picture of Eric Clapton]

 

Clark, Dave
Born 15 December 1942  ()
Off of The Dave Clark Five. Will he end up in bit's and pieces?
[Picture of Dave Clark]

 

Clark, Lawrence Gordon
Born in   (exact date unknown)
English TV director and producer who gave us the 'A Ghost Story for Christmas' series of Yuletide spooky tales during the 1970s.
[Picture of Lawrence Gordon Clark]

 

Clark, Petula
Born 15 November 1932  (Epsom, Surrey, England)
Singer and actress. Has suffered from depression.
[Picture of Petula Clark]

 

Clark, Wesley
Born 23 December 1944  (Chicago, USA )
A retired general of the US Army decorated with the Presidential Medal of Freedom
[Picture of Wesley Clark]

 

Clarke, Kenneth
Born 2 July 1940  (Nottingham, England)
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer in the Major government, now minister without portfolio in the Con-Dem coalition government.
[Picture of Kenneth Clarke]

 

Clarke, Roy
Born 28 January 1930  (Austerfield, Yorkshire, England)
Sitcom producer & writer who has written 'Keeping Up Appearances' and 'Open All Hours' but is probably best known for 'Last of the Summer Wine' where he has written the same jokes for 30 years. The series finally had it's last drop of wine in 2010.
[Picture of Roy Clarke]

 

Clary, Robert
Born 1 March 1926  (Paris, France)
French born American actor, best known for his role as Corporal LeBeau in 'Hogan's Heroes'.
[Picture of Robert Clary]

 

clayton, edward
Born 9 October 1940  (Sheffield, Staffordshire, England)
Actor, known from 1960s soap 'Crossroads'.
[Picture of edward clayton]

 

Cleese, John
Born 27 October 1939  (Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England)
Legendary comedian, member of Monty Python, who has more latterly found fame in the US.
[Picture of John Cleese]

 

Clegg, Barbara
Born 1 March 1926  (Manchester, England)
Actress (Nurse Jo Buckley in 'Emergency Ward 10') and scriptwriter ('Corrie', 'Doctor Who').
[Picture of Barbara Clegg]

 

Clegg, John
Born in Murree, Pakistan  (exact date unknown)
Actor, best known as Gunner Graham in 1970s sitcom 'It Aint Half Hot Mum'. Born 1934.
[Picture of John Clegg]

 

Clemencic, Rene
Born 27 February 1928  (Vienna, Austria)
Conductor who speacialises in Baroque opera.
[Picture of Rene Clemencic]

 

Clifford, Keith
Born 20 June 1938  (Halifax, Yorkshire, England)
Actor who played Billy Hardcastle in 'Last of the Summer Wine'.
[Picture of Keith Clifford]

 

Clinton, Bill
Born 19 August 1946  (Hope, Arkansas, USA)
Sax-playing ex-US President (1993-2001).
[Picture of Bill Clinton]

 

Clinton, George
Born 22 July 1940  (Kannapolis, North Carolina, USA)
Funk & soul musician & keyboard player, well known for his flamboyant style & hair.
[Picture of George Clinton]

 

Clinton, Hillary
Born 26 October 1947  (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Former First Lady of the United States, current Senator & 2008 Presidential Candidate. Wife of Bill.
[Picture of Hillary Clinton]

 

Clooney, George
Born 6 May 1961  (Lexington, Kentucky, USA)
Former TV star, now big in the world of films, firstly as an actor, and more recently as a producer & director. Also quite politically active in recent years, which has been reflected in his movies.
[Picture of George Clooney]

 

Clooney, Nick
Born 13 January 1934  (Maysville, Kentucky, USA)
Journalist and news anchorman, father of George.
[Picture of Nick Clooney]

 

Coates, Phyllis
Born 15 January 1927  (Wichita Falls, Texas, USA)
The first actress to play Lois Lane on television, back in 1951. Returned to the Superman universe as Lois's mother in the mid-90s "Lois and Clark" show.
[Picture of Phyllis Coates]

 

Coddington, Grace
Born 20 April 1941  (Anglesey, Wales, United Kingdom)
Model and former creative director of American 'Vogue' magazine.
[Picture of Grace Coddington]

 

Coetzee, J.M.
Born 9 February 1940  (Cape Town, South Africa)
Two-time Booker Prize winner, Nobel Laureate and possible the most critically regarded writer from Africa in history.
[Picture of J.M. Coetzee]

 

Coffey, Denise Denise Coffey is no longer with us
Born 12 December 1936  (Aldershot, England)

Died 24 March 2022  (United Kingdom)

Age at death: 85  (read death notice)
Actress and playwright who appeared in Georgy Girl and The Adventure Game.
[Picture of Denise Coffey]

 

Cohen, George
Born 22 October 1939  (London, England)
Former footballer with Fulham & England, England's right back when they won the 1966 World Cup.
[Picture of George Cohen]

 

Cohn, Arthur
Born 4 February 1927  (Basel, Switzerland)
Film producer behind a lengthy back catalogue ("The Garden of the Finzi-Continis", "Central Station", "One Day In September").
[Picture of Arthur Cohn]

 

Cohn, Marthe
Born 13 April 1920  (Metz, France)
French spy during the Resistance who wrote about her experiences in Behind Enemy Lines
[Picture of Marthe Cohn]

 

Coia, Paul
Born 19 June 1955  (Glasgow, Scotland)
Scottish TV presenter, e.g. Catchwords
[Picture of Paul Coia]

 

Colburn, Elliot
Born 6 August 1992  (Sutton, United Kingdom)
Conservative British politician and MP, probably picked because he's gay and has received a death threat
[Picture of Elliot Colburn]

 

Cole, Cheryl
Born 30 June 1983  (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England)
Girls Aloud singer & now a judge on the 'X-Factor'.
[Picture of Cheryl Cole]

 

Coleman, Dabney
Born 3 January 1932  (Austin, Texas, USA)
Moustachioed actor, best known for his role as the sexist boss in 'Nine to Five'.
[Picture of Dabney Coleman]

 

Coleman, Norm
Born 17 August 1949  (New York City, New York, USA)
Floor-crossing former US senator for Minnesota. Was also a former roadie for Jethro Tull.
[Picture of Norm Coleman]

 

Coles, Neil
Born 26 September 1934  (London, UK)
Golfer, runner-up in the 1973 Open and represented the UK six times in the Ryder Cup.
[Picture of Neil Coles]

 

Colley, Kenneth
Born 7 December 1937  (Manchester, England)
Recognisable, sad-eyed character actor. Played Admiral Piett in two 'Star Wars' films and was the mysterious "accordian man" in the classic BBC drama 'Pennies from Heaven' in 1978.
[Picture of Kenneth Colley]

 

Collier, John
Born 12 April 1944  (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Actor who appeared in Dragon Fire and The Riflemen.
[Picture of John Collier]

 

Collins, Edwyn
Born 23 August 1959  (Edinburgh, Scotland)
Scottish musician, singer & songwriter, who amazingly overcame two serious brain haemorrhages.
[Picture of Edwyn Collins]

 

Collins, Eleanor
Born 21 November 1919  (Edmonton, Canada)
Canada's "First Lady of Jazz".
[Picture of Eleanor Collins]

 

Collins, James "Gerry"
Born 16 October 1938  (Abbeyfeale, Ireland)
Former two-time foreign minister in the Irish government.
[Picture of James

 

Collins, Joan
Born 23 May 1933  (London, England)
Mutton-dressed-as-lamb actress, veteran of over 80 films spanning half a century, not to mention 'Dynasty'. Random fact: her first husband Maxwell Reed tried to sell her to an Arab sheik for £10,000, just seven months after their wedding in 1952.
[Picture of Joan Collins]

 

Collins, Pauline
Born 3 September 1940  (Exmouth, Devon, England)
Actress who portrayed Sarah Moffat in 'Upstairs, Downstairs' and its spinoff 'Thomas & Sarah'.
[Picture of Pauline Collins]

 

Collins, Phil
Born 30 January 1951  (London, England)
Baldy drummer/singer out of Genesis and Live Aid.
[Picture of Phil Collins]

 

Colon, Carlos
Born 18 July 1948  (Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico)
Retired Puerto Rican professional wrestler and wrestling promoter
[Picture of Carlos Colon]

 

Coltrane, Robbie
Born 30 March 1950  (Rutherglen, Scotland)
Large Scottish comedian who has achieved the rare feat of making the transition from stage to TV to serious big-screen roles, having appeared in two James Bond films and the three Harry Potter ones to date.
[Picture of Robbie Coltrane]

 

Condon, Paul
Born 10 March 1947  ()
Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police from 1993-2000.
[Picture of Paul Condon]

 

Connolly, Billy
Born 24 November 1942  (Glasgow, Scotland)
Scottish stand-up comedian, who has also acted, sung & done TV presenting. Well known for his dishevelled appearance and saying the word "jobby" a lot.
[Picture of Billy Connolly]

 

Connolly, John
Born 1 August 1940  (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
Corrupt Boston FBI agent, nicknamed "Zip". An informant in service of James "Whitey" Bulger.
[Picture of John Connolly]

 

Conroy, Kevin
Born 30 November 1955  (Westbury, New York, USA)
Voice actor best known as Batman in Batman: The Animated Series.
[Picture of Kevin Conroy]

 

Constantine II of Greece, (monarch)
Born 2 June 1940  (Psychiko, Athens, Greece)
Former King of Greece until the Monarchy was abolished there.
[Picture of (monarch) Constantine II of Greece]

 

Conte, Giuseppe
Born 8 August 1964  (Volturara Appula, Apulia, Italy)
former Prime Minister of Italy.
[Picture of Giuseppe Conte]

 

Cook, Ann Turner
Born 20 November 1926  (USA)
an American mystery novelist, who was the model for the familiar Gerber Baby artwork seen on baby food packages of the Gerber Products Company.
[Picture of Ann Turner Cook]

 

Cook, Carole
Born 14 January 1924  (Abilene, Texas, USA)
American Actress.
[Picture of Carole Cook]

 

Cooke, Carol
Born 6 August 1961  (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Australian Paralympian.
[Picture of Carol Cooke]

 

Cooke, Sidney
Born 18 April 1927  ()
Convicted paedophile as featured in the satirical TV show 'Brasseye'.
[Picture of Sidney Cooke]

 

Coolidge, Rita
Born 1 May 1945  (Lafayette, Tennessee, USA)
American singer, once married to Kris Kristofferson, who performed the least-known James Bond title track
[Picture of Rita Coolidge]

 

Coon, Caroline
Born in London, England  (exact date unknown)
Artist and journalist, mainly associated with the punk movement in the 1970s. Born 1945.
[Picture of Caroline Coon]

 

Cooney, Eugenia
Born 27 July 1994  (Massachusetts, USA)
Vlogger, described as "The YouTuber Slowly Killing Herself" by critics due to the fact she weighs about 15 pounds.
[Picture of Eugenia Cooney]

 

Cooney, Joan Ganz
Born 30 November 1929  (Phoenix, Arizona, USA)
TV producer who created Sesame Street.
[Picture of Joan Ganz Cooney]

 

Cooney, Ray
Born 30 May 1932  (London, England)
Playwright & actor, mostly in the theatre.
[Picture of Ray Cooney]

 

Cooper, Jilly
Born 21 February 1937  (Essex, England)
Tory writer of terrible faux-erotic novels for sexually repressed members of the upper middle class. Sadly survived the 1999 Ladbroke Grove rail crash.
[Picture of Jilly Cooper]

 

Cooper, Martin
Born 26 December 1928  (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Inventor of the cell (mobile) phone which either makes him one of the great technological pioneers or the Devil incarnate. Your choice…
[Picture of Martin Cooper]

 

Cooper, Rosie
Born 5 September 1950  (Liverpool, United Kingdom)
British politician who switched from the Liberal to the Labour Paety and has been the MP for West Lancashire since 2005
[Picture of Rosie Cooper]

 

Cope, Kenneth
Born 14 April 1931  (Liverpool, England)
Actor, either best known as Marty Hopkirk in 'Randall & Hopkirk Deceased', Jed Stone in 'Coronation Street' or Cyril Carter in 'Carry on Matron', depending on your viewing tastes.
[Picture of Kenneth Cope]

 

Cope, Wendy
Born 21 July 1945  (Erith, Kent, England)
English poet.
[Picture of Wendy Cope]

 

Copeland, Joan Joan Copeland is no longer with us
Born 1 June 1922  (New York City, New York, USA)

Died 4 January 2022  (New York, New York, USA)

Age at death: 99  (read death notice)
Younger sister of Arthur Miller with a 60-year career on stage and screen, including Tim Allen's 'Jungle2Jungle'.
[Picture of Joan Copeland]

 

Coppola, Francis Ford
Born 7 April 1939  (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Legendary film director of 1970s classics such as 'The Godfather'. 'The Conversation' and 'Apocalypse Now'.
[Picture of Francis Ford Coppola]

 

Corbett, Matthew
Born 28 March 1948  (Guisley, Yorkshire, England)
Actor and puppeteer, best known as succeeding his father Harry as the custodian of Sooty. Also appeared on kid's TV show 'Rainbow' in the 1970s.
[Picture of Matthew Corbett]

 

Corbin, Barry
Born 16 October 1940  (Lamesa, Texas, USA)
Actor, Northern Exposure.
[Picture of Barry Corbin]

 

Corbyn, Piers
Born 10 March 1947  (Chippenham, Wiltshire, England)
Bonkers antivax climate change denialist who has taken to wishing violence against MPs. Younger brother Jeremy looks universally respected by comparison!
[Picture of Piers Corbyn]

 

Corden, James
Born 17 June 1978  (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England)
Rotund actor and comedian who hit paydirt in the TV series 'Gavin & Stacey' as Smithy.
[Picture of James Corden]

 

Corey, E. J.
Born 12 July 1928  (Methuen, Massachusetts, USA)
Organic chemist and recipient of the 1990 Nobel prize in chemistry "for his development of the theory and methodology of organic synthesis".
[Picture of E. J. Corey]

 

Corman, Roger
Born 5 April 1926  (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Influential low budget film director who made a series of films based on the works of Edgar Allen Poe and encouraged a generation of film directors such as Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese as well as actors
[Picture of Roger Corman]

 

Corrigan, Joe
Born 18 November 1948  (Manchester, United Kingdom)
Veteran British Goalie with a long spell at ManCity
[Picture of Joe Corrigan]

 

Corrigan-Maguire, Máiread
Born 27 January 1944  (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
Formed the Community of Peace People in Northern Ireland with Betty Williams and together they won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1977.
[Picture of Máiread Corrigan-Maguire]

 

Cortez, Dave Baby
Born 13 August 1938  (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
R&B musician best known for his instrumental "The Happy Organ". Teenage laughter goes here…
[Picture of Dave Baby Cortez]

 

Cosby, Bill
Born 12 July 1937  (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
Long-standing, squeaky-clean, inexplicably popular US comic.
[Picture of Bill Cosby]

 

Cosmo, James
Born 24 May 1948  (Clydebank, UK)
Scottish character actor who can probably retire off the convention fees alone from "Game of Thrones".
[Picture of James Cosmo]

 

Costa, Mary
Born 5 April 1930  (Knoxville, Tennessee, USA)
Actress, the voice of Princess Aurora in the Disney classic 'Sleeping Beauty'.
[Picture of Mary Costa]

 

Costa-Gavras, (director)
Born 12 February 1933  (Iraia, Greece)
Greek-French film director specialising in political thrillers. Best known film is probably 'Missing' starring the late Jack Lemmon from 1982.
[Picture of (director) Costa-Gavras]

 

Costello, Elvis
Born 25 August 1954  (Paddington, London, England)
Pop singer, born Declan McManus.
[Picture of Elvis Costello]

 

Cotrubas, Ileana
Born 9 June 1939  (Galati, Romania)
Romanian soprano.
[Picture of Ileana Cotrubas]

 

Cotton, Tom
Born 13 May 1977  (Dardanelle, Arkansas, USA)
Baby Trump in the Senate dreaming of following in his idols footsteps.
[Picture of Tom Cotton]

 

Coulter, Phil
Born 19 February 1942  (Derry, Northern Ireland)
Irish songwriter behind Eurovision smashes "Puppet on a String" and "Congratulations".
[Picture of Phil Coulter]

 

Courtenay, Tom
Born 25 February 1937  (Hull, Yorkshire, England)
British actor, knighted in 2001. His heyday was in the 1960s, but still pops up in films to this day.
[Picture of Tom Courtenay]

 

Courtney, Joel
Born 31 January 1996  (Monterey, California, USA)
Young and upcoming American actor who first starred in Super 8
[Picture of Joel Courtney]

 

Cousins, Dave
Born 7 January 1945  (Hounslow, United Kingdom)
English singer and songwriter and the primary member of rock brand Strawbs
[Picture of Dave Cousins]

 

Cousy, Bob
Born 9 August 1928  (Manhattan, New York, US)
Exceptionally successful US basketball player
[Picture of Bob Cousy]

 

Cowell, Simon
Born 7 October 1959  (Brighton, East Sussex, England)
Record producer & TV talent judge, he of the scathing putdowns & high trousers.
[Picture of Simon Cowell]

 

Cox, Arthur
Born 14 December 1939  (Southam, Warwickshire, United Kingdom)
Football Manager and discoverer of Kevin Keegan
[Picture of Arthur Cox]

 

Cox, Brian
Born 1 June 1946  (Dundee, Scotland)
Feted British actor in TV & (mainly) films.
[Picture of Brian Cox]

 

Cox, Courteney
Born 15 June 1964  (Birmingham, Alabama, USA)
American actress, mainly known for Friends and her comedic turns in the Scream movies
[Picture of Courteney Cox]

 

Cox, Jane
Born 13 May 1952  (UK)
Longest-serving female Emmerdale castmember as of the start of 2018, having played Lisa Dingle since 1996.
[Picture of Jane Cox]

 

Cox, Ronny
Born 23 July 1938  (Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA)
American actor, singer, songwriter, and storyteller. Played Cohaagen in Paul Verhoeven's Total Recall. Yes, the exploding head at the end.
[Picture of Ronny Cox]

 

Cox, Sara
Born 13 December 1974  (Bolton, England)
BBC Radio DJ.
[Picture of Sara Cox]

 

Cox, Terry
Born 13 March 1937  (High Wycombe, United Kingdom)
Drummer with folk rockers Pentangle and very busy session drummer for Bowie, Elton John, and many others
[Picture of Terry Cox]

 

Coxsone, Lloyd
Born in Morant Bay, Jamaica  (exact date unknown)
Record producer, mostly for Reggae songs
[Picture of Lloyd Coxsone]

 

Craig, Jenny
Born 7 August 1932  (Berwick, Louisiana, USA)
American weight-loss gure and founder of her own weight-loss product empire
[Picture of Jenny Craig]

 

Craig, Michael
Born 27 January 1929  (Poona, British India)
Actor and scriptwriter known in both the UK and Australia for his everyman roles.
[Picture of Michael Craig]

 

Craig, Wendy
Born 20 June 1934  (Sacriston, County Durham, England)
English actress, best known for her sitcom roles, most notably 'Butterflies'.
[Picture of Wendy Craig]

 

Crampton, Bruce
Born 28 September 1935  (Sydney, Australia)
Runner up in four golf majors, all to Jack Nicklaus. You can't get past the Golden Bear, eh, Tiger?
[Picture of Bruce Crampton]

 

Craven, John
Born 16 August 1940  (Leeds, Yorkshire, England)
TV presenter and newsreader.
[Picture of John Craven]

 

Crawford, Christina
Born 11 June 1939  (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Writer of "Mommie Dearest", an autobiographical account of child abuse by her adoptive mother Joan Crawford now used as kitsch for drag queens.
[Picture of Christina Crawford]

 

Crawford, Michael
Born 19 January 1942  (Salisbury, Wiltshire, England)
TV actor who made his name as Frank Spencer in 'Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em', before successfully reinventing himself as a serious stage actor, taking starring roles in 'Barnum' and 'Phantom of the Opera'.
[Picture of Michael Crawford]

 

Creswick, Phil
Born 12 October 1965  (Charlwood, UK)
Member of 80s boyband Big Fun, who troubled the interest of the press for the first time in 30 years in 2017 when he was arrested for alleged intent to deal drugs at a "chemsex" party.
[Picture of Phil Creswick]

 

Cribbins, Bernard
Born 29 December 1928  (Oldham, Lancashire, England)
Actor & comedian, a veteran of 'Carry On' films. Holds the record for most story-tellings on 'Jackanory'. Recently played Wilf Mott in 'Doctor Who'.
[Picture of Bernard Cribbins]

 

Crippen, Robert
Born 11 September 1937  (Beaumont, Texas, USA)
Commander of the first Space Shuttle mission.
[Picture of Robert Crippen]

 

Crook, Isabel
Born 15 December 1915  (Chengdu, Sichuan, China)
Canadian anthropologist who also participated in Mao's Cultural Revolution
[Picture of Isabel Crook]

 

Cropley, Alex
Born 16 January 1951  (Frodsham, United Kingdom)
Midfielder who played at Arsenal and Aston Villa, now, like so many, diagnosed with dementia
[Picture of Alex Cropley]

 

Crosbie, Annette
Born 12 February 1934  (Gorebridge, Midlothian, Scotland)
Long serving actress on stage, film & TV - forever remembered for her role as Margaret Meldrew in 'One Foot in the Grave'.
[Picture of Annette Crosbie]

 

Crosby, David
Born 14 August 1941  (Los Angeles, California, USA)
One third of Crosby, Stills & Nash, and indeed one quarter of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.
[Picture of David Crosby]

 

Crossan, John Dominic
Born 17 February 1934  (Nenagh, Ireland)
Former priest and controversial theologist
[Picture of John Dominic Crossan]

 

Croucher, Chris
Born 1 August 1981  (Guildford, United Kingdom)
Screenwriter and producer mainly known for Downton Abbey - and his sexual misconduct
[Picture of Chris Croucher]

 

Crow, Sheryl
Born 11 February 1962  (Kennett, Missouri, USA)
American blues rock singer. Overcame breast cancer in 2006.
[Picture of Sheryl Crow]

 

Cruickshank, John
Born 20 May 1920  (Aberdeen, Scotland)
The last surviving recipient of the Victoria Cross for air action in WWII.
[Picture of John Cruickshank]

 

Cruise, Tom
Born 3 July 1962  (Syracuse, New York, USA)
One time decent enough actor, now a complete weirdo. Still acting, and producing a range of absurd foreign accents in films like 'Far and Away' and 'Valkyrie'.
[Picture of Tom Cruise]

 

Crumb, Robert
Born 30 August 1934  (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
Cartoonist, creator of "Fritz, the Cat" and "Mr. Natural".
[Picture of Robert Crumb]

 

Cruz, Ted
Born 22 December 1970  (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
Junior U.S. senator from Texas since 2013.
[Picture of Ted Cruz]

 

Cryer, Barry Barry Cryer is no longer with us
Born 23 April 1935  (Leeds, Yorkshire, England)

Died 25 January 2022  (Harrow, United Kingdom)

Age at death: 86  (read death notice)
Prolific comedy writer and panellist on radio comedy shows.
[Picture of Barry Cryer]

 

Culkin, Macaulay
Born 26 August 1980  (New York City, New York, USA)
Child actor who found fame in the 'Home Alone' film series before predictably drifting into relative obscurity.
[Picture of Macaulay Culkin]

 

Culver, Michael
Born 16 June 1938  (London, England)
Prolific stage and television actor, son of Ronald Culver.
[Picture of Michael Culver]

 

Cumberbatch, Benedict
Born 19 July 1976  (London, England)
One of Britain's most successful actors, known for his performance as Sherlock Holmes in the hit television series 'Sherlock'. Works also on stage, screen and as a voice actor.
[Picture of Benedict Cumberbatch]

 

Cumbes, Jim
Born 4 May 1944  (Manchester, UK)
Dual-sport athlete, both an accomplished fast bowler and goalkeeper. Possibly the only man to play against Pele and the Oxford University cricket team.
[Picture of Jim Cumbes]

 

Cummings, Dominic
Born 25 November 1971  (Durham, England)
Special advisor behind the campaign to leave the EU and now the top SPAD for Boris Johnson. Must be a wishful thinking pick for someone.
[Picture of Dominic Cummings]

 

Cunningham, Jack
Born 4 August 1939  (Durham, England)
Former Labour MP and Blair-era Minister.
[Picture of Jack Cunningham]

 

Cunningham, Walter
Born 16 March 1932  (Creston, Iowa, USA)
Former Astronaut. Manned the lunar module on Apollo 7 in 1968.
[Picture of Walter Cunningham]

 

Currie, Billy
Born 1 April 1950  (Huddersfield, England)
British musician and founder of Ultravox
[Picture of Billy Currie]

 

Curry, Tim
Born 19 April 1949  (Grappenhall, Warrington, England)
Actor specialising in villainous roles such as Dr. Frank N. Furter in 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show'.
[Picture of Tim Curry]

 

Cypher, Jon
Born 13 January 1932  (New York, New York, USA)
American actor best known as Chief Fletcher Daniels in Hill Street Blues.
[Picture of Jon Cypher]

 

Cyrus, Miley
Born 23 November 1992  (Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
Sugary star of the Hannah Montana TV series and daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus. Now trying too hard to cultivate a "raunchy" image and seemingly introduced the phrase "twerking" into mainstream parlance.
[Picture of Miley Cyrus]

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