|Lady Baden-Powell (02/22/1889 - 07/19/1977)|
Wife of Robert Baden-Powell the founder of Scouting and Girl Guides. She led the Scouts for several years starting in 1930.
|Drew Barrymore (02/22/1975 - )|
American actress and film producer best known for her roles in the films "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" (1982), "Batman Forever" (1995) and "Charlie's Angels" (2000).
Quiz: Drew Barrymore: She's Magical!
|Michael Chang (02/22/1972 - )|
Former U.S. professional tennis player best known for becoming the youngest-ever male winner of a Grand Slam singles title when he won the French Open in 1989 at the age of 17.
|Jen Frost (02/22/1978 - )|
English singer, model, television personality, DJ and member of the English girl band Atomic Kitten (2001-present).
|Miko Hughes (02/22/1986 - )|
American actor best known for his film roles as an autistic boy opposite Bruce Willis in "Mercury Rising" (1998) and Dylan Porter opposite Heather Langenkamp in Wes Craven's "New Nightmare" (1994).
|Ted Kennedy (02/22/1932 - 08/25/2009)|
Senior United States Senator from Massachusetts since 1962 and a member of the Democratic Party.
Quiz: Ted Kennedy: Influential Senator
|Paul Lieberstein (02/22/1967 - )|
American screenwriter, actor and television producer known as a writer, producer, and as supporting cast member Toby Flenderson on the U.S. version of the sitcom The Office.
|John Mills (02/22/1908 - 04/23/2005)|
English actor whose career spanned seventy years and more than 120 films. He may be best remembered for his roles in "Swiss Family Robinson" (1960), "King Rat (1965)" and "Ryan's Daughter" (1970) for which he won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
Quiz: John Mills Film Roles
|Brad Nowell (02/22/1968 - 05/25/1996)|
Influential American musician who served as lead singer and guitarist of the punk-reggae fusion band Sublime (1988-1996).
|Jeri Ryan (02/22/1968 - )|
American actress perhaps best known for playing the Ex-Borg, Seven of Nine on "Star Trek: Voyager" from 1995 to 2001.
|Robert P Wadlow (02/22/1918 - 07/14/1940)|
According to Guinness World Records, the tallest man in medical history for whom there is irrefutable evidence. Wadlow reached an astonishing 8 feet 11.1 inches (2.72 m) in height and weighed 438 pounds (199 kg) at his death in 1940.
Quiz: Robert Wadlow - World's Tallest Human
|Robert Young (02/22/1907 - 07/21/1998)|
American actor who made over 90 movies in his career but will be best remembered for his roles in the TV series "Marcus Welby, M.D." (1969-76) and the 1950s-60s radio & TV series "Father Knows Best."
Quiz: Robert Young: Steady & Sure Actor