Famous People Born in 1971
Cyclist, Philanthropist / 1971 -
Lance Armstrong is a professional American cyclist and testicular cancer survivor who, in 2012, was stripped of the seven Tour de France titles he won from 1999 to 2005 due to evidence of performance-enhancing drug use.
Film Actor, Television Actor, Rapper, Reality Television Star / 1971 -
Snoop Dogg is a West Coast rapper who evolved under the tutelage of Dr. Dre, and has received fame for albums such as Doggystyle, Tha Doggfather and Reincarnation.
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profile name: Tupac Shakur profile occupation: Actor, Rapper
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profile name: Lance Armstrong profile occupation: Cyclist, Philanthropist
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profile name: Selena profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Mark Wahlberg profile occupation: Film Actor, Rapper
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profile name: Ricky Martin profile occupation: Singer
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