Jodi Arias was convicted of brutally murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander at his Arizona home in 2008.
Jeffrey Epstein was an American money manager and registered sex offender. In August 2019, he died in jail, which was ruled a suicide.
Tiger Woods is a professional golfer who set an amazing career in motion in 1997 when he became the youngest man and the first African American to win the U.S. Masters.
Actress Jennifer Garner won a Golden Globe Award for her starring role in the television drama 'Alias,' and then went on to appear in films including 'Catch Me If You Can,' 'Daredevil,' 'Elektra,' 'Juno' and 'Dallas Buyers Club.'
Michelle Obama is a lawyer, writer and the wife of former U.S. President Barack Obama. Prior to her role as first lady, she was a lawyer, Chicago city administrator and community-outreach worker.
Andrew Cuomo, the 56th governor of New York, is the son of former New York Governor Mario Cuomo and brother of news anchor Chris Cuomo. He formerly served as New York's attorney general and U.S. secretary of HUD.
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