Alan Paul (born November 23, 1949, Newark, New Jersey) is a Grammy Award- winning singer and composer, best known as one of the founding members of the vocal group The Manhattan Transfer.
Sandra Stevens (born 23 November 1949, Leeds, Yorkshire) is a British singer and member of pop group Brotherhood of Man.
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Marcia Griffiths is a successful female singer, also called the “Queen of Reggae”.
Olle Nordin is a Swedish football coach and former player.
Eric Van Rompuy is a Flemish politician.
Alison Crum is an English viol player.
Horst Dröse is a former field hockey player from Germany.
Viktor Poganovsky is a Soviet equestrian and Olympic champion.
Florea Ispir is a Romanian football player and coach.
Tom Joyner is an American radio host.
Jerry verDorn is an American actor.
Gil Kerlikowske is the current Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy.
Charlotte Teske is a former female long-distance runner.
Gayl Jones is an African-American writer from Lexington, Kentucky.
Steven E. Snow has been a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 2001.
Betty Louise Bell is a scholar and fiction writer of Cherokee ancestry.