Famous People Born in 1935
Jerry Lee Lewis
Musician, Radio Personality, Evangelist, Television Personality / 1935 -
Jimmy Swaggart is a Pentecostal radio and television evangelist. He also recorded best-selling gospel albums before his career unraveled due to a scandal.
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