1. Tariq Brown (1999)
Web series actor who is widely recognized for having portrayed Evan on the Brat series Chicken Girls. He was also cast on the series Zoe Valentine which was also produced by Brat.
2. Official.redheadd (1999)
Official.redheadd is a famous Instagram Star, who was born on December 26, 1999 in United States. Dance and dance challenge video creator for Instagram who is seen dancing over her...
3. Ally Serigne (1999)
Dancer and reality star best known as a member the Abby Lee Dance Company in the third season of Dance Moms.
4. Travis Etienne Jr (1999)
Running back drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. During his college career at Clemson University, he was a national champion and an ACC Championship game MVP.
5. Reed Robertson (1995)
Jase and Missy Robertson's eldest son who is part of the famous Robertson family of A&E's hit series Duck Dynasty.
6. Jessica Robertson (1980)
Wife of Jules Jeptha "Jep" Robertson who became a part of the Robertson family that stars on A&E's hit reality show Duck Dynasty.
7. John Horton Slaughter (1841)
Remembered for his service during the Civil War in the Army of the Confederate States of America, this sheriff and United States Marshal also served as a law enforcement officer...
8. Edward Douglass White (1845)
Supreme Court Justice
Edward Douglass White is a famous Supreme Court Justice, who was born on November 3, 1845 in United States. Served as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from...
9. Henri Bendel (1868)
Fashion designer and entrepreneur most recognized for starting the high-end department store, Henri Bendel.
10. Rachel Reynolds (1982)
Actress and model who was almost selected to replace Brooke Burke as the host of Wild On!
11. William J. Seymour (1970)
American religious leader who was an African American minister and the initiator of the Pentecostal religious movement.
12. William Manuel Johnson (1872)
Pioneer of the slap style of string bass playing and founder of King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band.
13. Blair Herter (1980)
Known for co-hosting the first season of American Ninja Warrior and for appearing on such G4 Network and MTV programs as, respectively, X-Play and Real World/Road Rules Challenge, this popular...
14. Tony Jackson (1882)
American pianist, singer, and composer who was famous during the ragtime era.
15. James P Pope (1884)
The Democratic Party Mayor of Boise, Idaho from 1929-1933, he later served his state as a United States Senator. In the years following the Great Depression, he was responsible for...
16. Wooden Joe Nicholas (1883)
Wooden Joe Nicholas is a famous Trumpet Player, who was born on September 23, 1883 in United States. American jazz trumpet player and cornetist remembered for his work with the...
17. Thomas Milling (1887)
The first United States Air Force officer to earn the distinction of rated pilot, he served during the World War II era as a member of the U.S. Army Air...
18. Johnny Dodds (1892)
Johnny Dodds is a famous Saxophonist, who was born on April 12, 1892 in United States. Alto saxophonist who recorded with many notable acts, like Jelly Roll Morton, and who...
19. Edward Paramore Jr. (1895)
Edward Paramore Jr. is a famous Screenwriter, who was born on September 17, 1895 in United States. One of the founders of the Screen Actor’s Guild who also wrote the...
20. Kid Thomas Valentine (1896)
Jazz trumpeter who led his own band in the mid-1920s that perpetuated traditional jazz music.
21. Louis Nelson (1902)
Jazz trombonist who rose to fame in New Orleans. His many collaborations included Buddy Petit, Kid Rena, Kid Punch Miller, Chris Kelly, and Papa Celestin.
22. Arna Bontemps (1902)
American Poet Novelist
Poet and novelist who was active during the Harlem Renaissance and is famous for works such as The Story of the Negro and God Sends Sunday. He also earned great...
23. Lisa Masterson (1966)
Obstetrician and gynecologist most well known as a personality on the CBS talk show The Doctors. Since appearing on the show, she has launched the podcast Health in Heels.
24. Ben Earl Looney (1904)
Ben Earl Looney is a famous Painter, who was born on June 2, 1904 in United States. Louisiana-born artist best known for his ink sketches of Cajun country. His other...
25. Jose Derivera (1970)
American abstract sculptor whose work was featured in the Hirshhorn Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
26. Red Allen (1906)
Trumpeter who was known for his performances with Louis Armstrong.
27. Dukethakilla (1989)
Comedic YouTube phenomenon who earned more than 550,000 subscribers specializing in video game content from sports games like Madden and NBA 2K. His YouTube channel was discontinued in 2017.
28. Kitty Carlisle Hart (1910)
To Tell the Truth panelist who married playwright Moss Hart. She has appeared in two films with Bing Crosby.
29. Shelly Serigne (1968)
Reality television personality who rose to fame after appearing on the popular Lifetime series Dance Moms. Her daughter Ally Serigne was a former member of the Abby Lee Dance Company.
30. John James Herrera (1910)
Civil Rights Leader
Attorney, Mexican-American civil rights leader, and activist. He was a member of the legal team that worked on the famous Minerva Delgado Texas school discrimination case.
31. Kyle Keller (1993)
Professional pitcher that was drafted by the Miami Marlins during the 18th round of the 2015 MLB Draft. He was acquired by the Pittsburgh Pirates via trade in April 2021.
32. Blake Kelly (1989)
Drawing from his experiences moving all over the US, this rap artist translates those experiences into his music. He saw his dreams take form at the HBCU, Hampton University.
33. Ernie Morrison (1912)
American child actor who acted under the name "Sunshine Sammy" and was the only black member of the East Side Kids. He was also one of the original kids on...
34. Rene Hall (1912)
Guitarist and music arranger who recorded R&B and rock & roll hits for Motown, RCA Records, and other labels. He is known for having worked many times with legends, Bobby Womack and Sam...
35. Missy Lynn (1989)
A self-proclaimed shopaholic, she is a YouTube beauty guru best known for her makeup tutorials and haul videos on her channel of more than 500,000 subscribers. In 2013, she won...
36. Candice Carpenter (1989)
Older sister of internet phenomenon Aaron Carpenter. She is an online personality herself with more than 10,000 followers following her Instagram account themakingofamommy.
37. Janet Collins (1917)
American ballerina, choreographer, and dance teacher who was one of the only classically trained black ballerinas in her time and was the first black ballerina at the Metropolitan Opera. She...
38. Dave Bartholomew (1918)
Known for writing Ain't That a Shame and Blue Monday with Fats Domino, for whom he arranged Blueberry Hill, the legend's greatest bestseller.
39. Mary Kate Robertson (1996)
Mary Kate Robertson is a famous Instagram Star, who was born on May 20, 1996 in United States. Best known for marrying Duck Dynasty star John Luke Robertson on June...
40. Percy Mayfield (1920)
Best known for penning the songs Hit the Road Jack and Please Send Me Someone to Love. He had a smooth vocal style.
41. Anatole Paul Broyard (1970)
American author and literary critic who also served as editor of The New York Times. He is most famous for two autobiographical works: Intoxicated by My Illness and Kafka Was...
42. Jake Jones (1920)
American Baseball Player
First baseman who played in MLB from 1941 to 1942, and from 1946 to 1948, for the Chicago White Sox and Boston Red Sox.
43. Clarence Williams Sr. (1893)
Clarence Williams Sr. is a famous Pianist, who was born on October 8, 1893 in United States. Jazz artist and entrepreneur who produced early recordings by Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet,...
44. Dillyn Troy (1996)
Rapper who collaborates with Lucas Coly and WillGottheJuice as part of a trio called Diamondz.
45. Crissle West (1982)
Pop culture commentator and writer best known as for hosting the pop culture podcast The Read with blogger Kid Fury. The acclaimed podcast has featured a variety of celebrity guests...
46. Rene J. Bienvenu (1970)
Scientist who was the president of Northwestern State University from 1977 to 1982.
47. Claude King (1923)
American country music singer who released the 1962 hit song, "Wolverton Mountain." He also acted in a few films.
48. Omar Khan (1977)
NFL administrator best known as the Director of Football Administration for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The team has made multiple Super Bowl appearances since appointing him as an administrator in 2001.
49. Jesseca Dupart (1982)
Entrepreneur behind the hair product company Kaleidoscope Hair Products. She started it in 2014. She has more than 2.4 million followers on her darealbbjudy Instagram account.
50. Jacqueline Ceballos (1970)
Civil Rights Leader
Notable for her feminist activism, Ceballos headed the National Organization for Women's New York office and founded a group known as Veteran Feminists of America.