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Larry Brown

Larry BrownBorn: Sept. 14, 1940Basketball played in ACC, AAU, 1964 Olympics and ABA; 3- time assist leader (1968-70) and 3-time Coach of Year (1973,75-76) in ABA; coached ABA’s Carolina…

Jim Brown

Jim BrownBorn: Feb. 17, 1936Football FB All-America at Syracuse (1956) and NFL Rookie of Year (1957); led NFL in rushing 8 times; 8-time All-Pro (1957-61,63-65); 3-time MVP (1958,63,65) with C…

Sylvia Browne

Name at birth: Sylvia ShoemakerSylvia Browne was a popular spiritualist who offered paid psychic consultations, called readings, for many years. (She claimed to be assisted by a "spirit guide" known a…

Jim Brown Biography

Jim BrownBorn: Feb. 17, 1936Football FB All-America at Syracuse (1956) and NFL Rookie of Year (1957); led NFL in rushing 8 times; 8-time All-Pro (1957-61,63-65); 3-time MVP (1958,63,65) with C…

Larry Page

Name at birth: Lawrence Edward PageLarry Page and Sergey Brin are the creators of the search engine Google. Larry Page's father was a professor of computer science at Michigan State, and Larry studied…

Larry Bird

Larry Bird rose from modest small-town origins in French Lick and West Baden, Indiana, to lead Indiana State University to the 1979 college basketball finals, then went on to a stellar professional ca…

Larry King

Name at birth: Lawrence Harvey ZieglerLarry King was one of the most recognized broadcasters in America from 1985-2010, thanks to Larry King Live, his daily talk show which ran on CNN television for t…

Larry David

Larry David is the creator and star of the cable television comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm. A former stand-up comedian from New York, he struggled through the 1970s and '80s, working occasionally in tel…

Larry Mahan

Larry Mahan is one of the greats of professional rodeo and one of its first mainstream media stars. He started competing professionally in 1964, and by 1966 won his first of five consecutive all-arou…

Larry Hagman

Actor Larry Hagman played the ripely nefarious oil baron J.R. Ewing in the 1980s television show Dallas. It was Hagman's second iconic TV role: he also played Major Tony Nelson, the goofy astronaut hi…