Frankie Valli (born Francis Stephen Castelluccio, May 3, 1934, First Ward, Newark, New Jersey) is an American musician, most famous as frontman of The Four Seasons. He is well-known for his unusually powerful falsetto singing voice.
Sir Henry Cooper OBE (born 3 May 1934 in South East London – 1 May 2011), was an English heavyweight boxer and was the British, European and Commonwealth heavyweight champion in 1970. He is the only British boxer to win three Lonsdale Belts outright.
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Bob McCallister is an American professional golfer.
Georges Moustaki is a singer and songwriter from France of Italo -Greek Jewish origin.
Chuck Hinton is a former utility in Major League Baseball.
Bungo Yoshida was a Japanese puppeteer.