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Elias Howe

Name at birth: Elias Howe, Jr.Elias Howe was an American inventor who won the first patents for a sewing machine in 1846. A tinkerer since his early youth, Howe worked his father's sawmill until he w…

Gordie Howe

Gordie HoweBorn: Mar. 31, 1928Hockey RW played 32 seasons in NHL and WHA from 1946-80; led NHL in scoring 6 times; All-NHL 1st team 12 times; MVP 6 times in NHL (1952-53,57-58,60,63) with Detr…

Susan Lucci

Susan Lucci began playing Erica Kane on the soap opera All My Children in 1970. Kane was a slinky, sneaky temptress and soon became the show's signature schemer. As the years went by and Susan Lucci b…

Susan Rice

Susan Rice is the former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations who became President Barack Obama's national security advisor in 2013. Susan Rice went to Stanford University, graduating with honors wi…

Susan Boyle

Susan Boyle became an instant TV and Internet sensation in April of 2009, when she wowed viewers of the TV show Britain's Got Talent by singing the tune "I Dreamed a Dream" from the musical Les Misera…

Susan MOLINARI

MOLINARI, Susan, (daughter of Guy Victor Molinari; wife of William Paxon), a Representative from New York; born in Staten Island, N.Y., March 27, 1958; graduated from St. Joseph Hill Academy, 1…

Susan Hayward

Name at birth: Edythe MarrenerSusan Hayward was a Hollywood movie star who was Oscar nominated five times, winning her best actress award for the 1958 drama I Want to Live. A fierce redhead who reach…

Susan Powter

Fitness and diet guru Susan Powter was a mid-90s self-help sensation, the star of infomercials and motivational seminars and the author of the bestseller Stop the Insanity! (1994). Powter was easily …

Susan Oliver

Name at birth: Charlotte GurckeSusan Oliver played Vina, the damaged space ingenue in the two-part episode "The Menagerie" from the 1960s TV series Star Trek. (Her fantasy sequence as a green-skinned…