Famous People Named Don
Take a look at famous people named Don, such as Don Cornelius, Don Shula, and Don Hewitt.
Children's Activist, Philanthropist, Disc Jockey, Radio Talk Show Host, Writer / 1940 -John Donald "Don" Imus is a radio personality famous for his "insult humor" as well as a philanthropist working to help children with cancer and other groups.
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profile name: Don Cornelius profile occupation: Television Personality, Television Producer
profile id: 9542240
profile name: Don Knotts profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Comedian
profile id: 9542196
profile name: Don Imus profile occupation: Children's Activist, Philanthropist, Disc Jockey, Radio Talk Show Host, Writer
profile id: 22230
profile name: Don Henley profile occupation: Songwriter, Drummer, Singer
profile id: 9542537
profile name: Don Johnson profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor
profile id: 40721
profile name: Don King profile occupation: Entrepreneur
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