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Players this season: Denise Sawicki (52 goos solved), Erik Bates (51 goos solved), Samir Mehta (50 goos solved), Russ Wilhelm (48 goos solved), Chris Lemler (46 goos solved), LaVonne Lemler (45 goos solved), Steve West (44 goos solved), Richard Slominsky (30 goos solved), Ryan Case (5 goos solved), Scott Hardie (5 goos solved), and Josh Biederman (1 goo solved).

Henry Rollins

When his opinions could no longer be contained to what he could scream in a punk rock song in the 80s, he raised the flag of his own record label to publish spoken-word albums, and rolled around the world as a comedian, presenter, actor, author, and activist. Go »

Ronnie Coleman

He's no lightweight baby: He was so determined to be one of the best bodybuilders in the world that the sport left him paralyzed, and still he lifts. Go »

Edward Austin Tracy

This American spent so long in Beirut (not entirely by choice) that when he finally returned to the West, he wanted to EAT. His first request was a Big Mac and a Coke. Go »

Viola Davis

This actress has been in violent productions about suicide, widows, prisoners, a disappearance, going to jail, not backing down, and getting away with murder. Go »

DaBaby

Blame it on needing cash for a baby sitter: This rapper has already recorded three hit albums despite being in the infancy of his career. Go »

Colin Farrell

He's been villains to Daredevil and Batman, cops chasing Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner, and historical figures Alexander and Jesse James. Go »

Mimi Faust

If you made a deal with the devil to get famous on reality TV, it would look something like the career of this hip hop producer's wife in Georgia. Go »

Franz Ferdinand

History remembers this Austria-Hungarian heir for his association with World War I, but he didn't live to see it. Go »

Crazy Horse

This Lakotan general rode his distinctive horse into battle many times in the Black Hills War, and into American history. Go »

Molly Hatchet

The South still tells stories about a ghost who decapitates her male victims, based on a real story from the 1800s of a prostitute who murdered her client with a particular weapon. Go »

Jethro Tull

This British agriculturalist invented a horse-drawn seed drill and a horse-drawn hoe, revolutionizing the industry. Go »

John "Dropkick" Murphy

His wrestling career gave him his violent nickname, but this medical doctor spent much of his life devoted to helping alcoholics at his Massachusetts facility, who needed a place to get sober before rehab existed. Go »

Gretna VanFleet

She's a bluegrass musician who plays the piano, organ, dulcimer, and violin, but she's far more famous in rock & roll as the family friend who inspired the name of a 2010s band before they blew up in popularity and left small-town Michigan behind. Go »

Lulu Hurst

This illusionist from a southern U.S. state had a brief but wonderful career demonstrating feats of strength on stage. Go »

Ana Suda

┬┐Hablas espa├▒ol? Call the oro y plata police! Go »

Jonathan Banks

If your boss is being a wiseguy and you need a break, you better call this hitman. Go »

Jack Harlow

This rapper has released singles about a Disney princess, a DC Comics hero, a classic British film director, and a cold dessert, but only one single has gotten his career finally popping this year. Go »

Ricky Wysocki

A disc golfer with numbers like 38008 is outstanding. This Ohioan teamed up with 64 players but finished 2nd at USDGC two times one in 2012 and the other in 2015. Go »

Squanto

The last of his kind helped the Pilgrims get the tiniest quantum of a foothold in the New World. Go »

Randy Rainbow

This political song parodist has been criticized for off-color jokes. Go »

Oney Judge

She was an unfree freewoman, after escaping from the first first family. Go »

Laura Dekker

Magellan was the first person to circumnavigate the Earth. In 2012, this New Zealander set a similar record. Go »

Donald Trump Jr.

This apple didn't fall far from the tree, campaigning on behalf of his father, co-running the business on behalf of his father, and co-judging a reality show on behalf of his father. Go »

Wendy Bergen

When she claimed to report objectively about a bloody sport in Denver, it turned out that she had a dog in the fight. Go »

Breonna Taylor

Louisville police slept on their civic responsibility to this citizen. Say her name. Go »

Fredrik Backman

This Swedish novelist's books about an elderly curmudgeon (soon to be played by Tom Hanks) and a star athlete who commits rape have made him an international bestseller. Go »

Rita Moreno

Where on Earth is this actress now? After a long career that took her from her native Puerto Rico to New York's Upper West Side to the slums of Beverly Hills to a very different land of Oz, she now just takes things one day at a time. Go »

Dave MacPherson

Plenty of Angelinos make an annual visit to Disneyland. This one was there before all of the others. Go »

Bryson DeChambeau

This golfer is newly open about how science helps him win so many championships. Go »

Madame de Pompadour

This royal mistress's namesake has been sported by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Brian Setzer. Go »

Stan Musial

This redbird hall-of-famer is The Man. Go »

Paige Pierce

This Texan can really pierce a hole out on the course. Don't take page #29190 out of this Texan's book. Go »

Val Kilmer

He played the chilly Iceman in a mid-80s action movie about top fighter pilots, and he's expected to reprise the role soon in the long-delayed sequel. Go »

Charles Woodson

As a Wolverine, he played both offense and defense to lead Michigan to a 1997 championship. Now he's considered one of the NFL's greatest-ever defensive players. Go »

Stephanie Abrams

She has covered many a Storm in her nearly two decades with The Weather Channel, from which she broadcasts to America every morning from her TV studio headquarters. Go »

Betty Friedan

She sparked a revolution in feminism with her 1960s book about women's Mystique. Go »

Frank Richards

When jumping into a pool, a belly flop is more painful than a Cannonball. This iconic stunt performer did something even more painful with both. Go »

Steve Wynn

Is it amusing that this prolific casino developer, whose works include the Mirage, is named for what you want to do in one? Go »

Francis Ford Coppola

One of Hollywood's most celebrated filmmakers (and filmmaking family patriarchs) is responsible for films about an American general, a godfather, a conversation, a vampire, and an Apocalypse. Go »

Bing Crosby

Besides his successful careers in live comedy and film acting, he recorded a series of hit songs that included "White Christmas" and "Quicksilver." Go »

Jake Gyllenhaal

He's played a gay cowboy, a Spider-Man villain, and a prince of Persia, but none of that prepared him to star in Nightcrawler. Go »

Denis Leary

This foul-mouthed, frequently angry Boston-Irish comic was a strange choice to cast in a children's movie, playing a Sabretooth tiger in a historical Ice Age. Go »

Jamal Ahmad Mohammad Al Badawi

This Yemeni terrorist, who has been called the Mastermind of the bombing of the USS Cole, lived (barely) to see 2019. Go »

Shin Lim

This Singaporean illusionist rarely speaks in his up-close Magik act, where he manipulates cards with the manual dexterity he learned from his training as a pianist. Go »

Hikaru Nakamura

Trying to earn a living on Twitch during a pandemic must have been risky, but chess players are used to making a bold Gambit. Go »

Jim Morrison

This poet-singer became a legend in the late-60s counter-culture, weaving the anagram Mr. Mojo Risin' into his lyrics. Go »

Megan Fox

She's been in movies about Transformers and Ninja Turtles, but her latest movie is Rogue. Go »