American comedian and actor (1923-2005) responsible for two of my favorite 1960's characters. First as the voice of animated penguin Tennessee Tuxedo, then as Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 in the Mel Brooks/Buck Henry satire Get Smart (would you believe, I'm actually going to mention Get Smart without making a "would you believe. . . " joke?)
American photographer and environmentalist (1902-1984) best known for his black and white photographs of the American West.
Swedish actress (1945-) so hot she played not one but two different Bond Girls; in The Man with the Golden Gun and Octopussy(in which she played the title role).
Second President and first Vice-President of the USA (1735-1826). He doesn't look much like Paul Giamatti, does he? John Adams Fun Fact: He and Thomas Jefferson (who served as Adams' VP) died several hours apart on July 4, 1826 - the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
American statesman and political philosopher (1722-1803). He was also a second cousin of John Adams, the fourth Governor of Massachusetts, and (according to the above label) a Brewer and Patriot.
American comic book artist and illustrator (1941-) best known (at least among comic book fans)for his awesome late 60's early 70's work at DC and Marvel. As a boy I always hated buying a comic that had an awesome Neal Adams cover only to find that the inside was drawn by someone else.