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Film Actor / 1954 -
Former star of the hit TV drama St. Elsewhere, actor/director Denzel Washington has earned popular and critical acclaim for his roles in several feature films, including Training Day and American Gangster.
Lawyer, News Anchor / 1970 -
Chris Cuomo is a lawyer and television journalist, the youngest correspondent ever at 20/20, the son of former New York governor Mario Cuomo and the brother of current New York governor Andrew Cuomo.
Animal Rights Activist, Dancer, Television Personality / 1978 -
After her impressive 2006 debut, professional dancer Karina Smirnoff went on to star in six more seasons of Dancing with the Stars.
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profile name: Denzel Washington profile occupation: Film Actor
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profile name: Donald Trump profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Reality Television Star
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profile name: Vince Lombardi profile occupation: Coach
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profile name: Karina Smirnoff profile occupation: Animal Rights Activist, Dancer, Television Personality
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profile name: Raul Julia profile occupation: Actor
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