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Eddie The Eagle? The chick who shot Andy Warhol? That ‘Mikey’ kid from the Life Cereal commercial?

 
Well you’ve come to the right place, this is where we track the famous and the infamous from days gone by, from music, movie and sport stars to mischief makers and miscreants of every stripe.
 
 
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 06/16/2006
Quick quiz: Which of these artists won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist of 1977? The Cars, Elvis Costello, Toto or A Taste of Honey? Since you’re here, you probably already ...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 06/01/2004
One of the foremost rock queens of the 1960s & 1970s first headed her own group the Great Society before Paul Kantner urged her to replace girl-singer Signe Anderson in his up-n...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 06/03/2004
They are mainly known for their 1990 hit (Can't Live Without Your) Love and Respect. Which went #1 in the US. They are also listed in the Guiness Book Of World Records as the ...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 09/22/2004
Satirically named in response to glam rockers "Pretty Boy Floyd", UKJ's debut single "Everything About You" helped propel their "Ugly As They Want To Be" EP to become the first ...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 06/08/2004
Original Guns N Roses drummer who was fired in early 1990 (the first to go from the orignal GNR line-up). He was relaced by ex-Cult drummer Matt Sorum.
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 05/30/2004
Irish singer among her hits were Nothing Compares 2 U (which was penned by Prince). Always controversial, she defended the IRA attacked compatriots U2, pissed off Frank Sinatra,...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 05/04/2003
The last leader of the Soviet Union as the world knew it. He instituted sweeping reforms which took on a life of their own and eventually ripped apart the USSR. He survived an a...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 05/19/2005
Prudence Everett of Nanny And The Professor and Ruthie Alder of Hello Larry.
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 08/03/2003
Steve Perry, the frontman for the rock group Journey, who lasted for 14 years and whose breakthrough album Escape yielded 3 top 10 singles and sold nine million copies.
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 07/04/2004
This spry, plucky, multi-talented actress gained attention in the 1950s with her portrayal of Mammy Yokum in the Broadway and film versions of Lil Abner. However, Billie is prob...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 03/05/2002
Douglas Barr played the lovable, bumbling Howard 'Howie' Munson on "The Fall Guy" (1981) TV Series with Lee Majors and Heather Thomas. He also played Colonel William 'Bill' Stil...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 01/15/2005
She was the unknown, unnamed subject of one of the most riveting National Geographic photos ever. Taken in 1986, this teenage refugee was photographed at a refugee camp in Pakis...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 04/26/2001
"Sho Kosugi rode the 80's ninja craze to stardom in aptly named movies like Enter the Ninja, Revenge of the Ninja, Ninja III: The Domination, 9 Deaths of the Ninja, well, you ge...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 05/30/2004
Early-to-mid 80's Celtic rockers whose hit In A Big Country sold over 3 million copies, earned them a slot at the Wembley side of Live Aid and were once musical guests on Saturd...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 08/23/2003
Childhood star, played Paul Joshua Pfeiffer (Kevin's best friend) in the television series The Wonder Years. He also starred in Camp Cucamonga, How I Spent My Summer and The Wro...
Submitted by: Daniela  - 08/20/2013
Nellie Oleson is the self proclaimed prairie bitch. Well okay, it was actually Alison Arngrim the girl who portrayed Nellie that coined the term, but regardless the description ...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 07/28/2004
Was a "shiny new penny" of the early ninety's, with memorable and leading roles in Pump Up The Volume (1990), Little Women (1994) and Jack and Sarah (1995).
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 04/26/2007
A Flock Of Seagulls gained popularity with their hit singles I Ran (So Far Away) and Space Age Love Song. They are also remembered by Mike Score's distinctive haircut for the ...
Submitted by: Caro  - 01/01/2016
Melinda Dillon, born in 1939, is most famous for her roles in Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Absence of Malice, from which she earned nominations as best supporting actr...
Submitted by: stuntpope  - 08/11/2004
One of the British Invasion and once called "the British Bob Dylan" for his roots in folk music, Donovan had a number of hits including Sunshine Superman, Mellow Yellow, Jennife...
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