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Joe Namath

Quarterback Joe Namath played American football from 1965 to 1977, but it was his performance in 1969's Super Bowl III that catapulted him to stardom and cemented his place in sports history. Joe Nama…

Joe Jonas

Name at birth: Joseph Adam JonasJoe Jonas is the middle member of the Jonas Brothers, the popular teen pop-punk band. Joe plays guitar and swaps lead and backing vocals with his younger brother Nick;…

Joe DiMaggio

Joe DiMaggio was one of the most gifted batters in pro baseball history. (Ted Williams once called him "the greatest all-around player I ever saw.") A center fielder for the New York Yankees, Joe DiMa…

Joe the King

Director/Writer:Frank WhaleyTrimark; R; 100 minutesRelease:10/99Cast:Noah Fleiss, Val Kilmer, Karen Young, Ethan Hawke Joe The King brings a glamour-free realism to the big screen, casting Val…

Joe Montana

Joe Montana is the most famous quarterback in the history of the San Francisco 49ers, having led the team to four Super Bowl victories in the 1980s. Joe Montana joined the San Francisco 49ers in 1979 …

Joe Dirt

Director:Dennie GordonWriters:David Spade and Fred WolfColumbia Pictures; PG-13; 93 minutesRelease:4/01Cast:David Spade, Dennis Miller, Brittany Daniel It should come as no surprise that lowbr…

Joe Paterno

Name at birth: Joseph PaternoJoe Paterno of Penn State University was the winningest football coach in NCAA Division 1 history and a popular national figure until he was fired in 2011 in the wake of a…

Joe Frazier

Joe Frazier was an Olympic gold medalist in 1964 and the world heavyweight boxing champion between 1970 and 1973. He is famous especially for his three brutal fights with fellow heavyweight Muhammad A…

Joe Greene

Joe GreeneBorn: Sept. 24, 1946Football DT 5-time All-Pro (1972-74,77,79); led Pittsburgh to 4 Super Bowl titles in 1970s; nicknamed “Mean Joe.”Hank GreenbergG - JMaurice Greene …

Joe Jackson

Joe JacksonBorn: July 16, 1887Baseball OF hit .300 or better 11 times; nicknamed “Shoeless Joe”; career average of .356, third highest all-time; was placed on MLB's ineligible list…