Boomers: social leaders actors musicians elected officials
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Social leaders among Baby Boomers
Some social leaders among Baby Boomers
Social leaders, actors, musicians, celebrities, elected officials, business movers and shakers, authors, educators, athletes, scientists, and other intriguing people are among the world's Baby Boomers.
Paula Abdul - choreographer, on American Idol, born in 1962.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - athlete, basketball star, 1947.
Gerry Adams - Irish politician, President of Sinn Féin, 1948
King Sunny Adé - musician, African style, 1946.
Isabelle Adjani - French actress, Oscar nomination for The Story of Adèle H, 1955
Albert II - Prince of Monaco, son of Grace Kelly, 1958.
Jason Alexander - actor, in Seinfeld and Pretty Woman, 1959.
Samuel Alito - lawyer, Supreme Court Justice, 1950.
Lucius Allen - athlete, basketball star, 1947.
Paul Allen - businessman, co-founder of Microsoft, 1953.
Tim Allen - actor, won Golden Globe for Home Improvement, 1953.
Kirstie Alley - actress, won Emmy for Cheers, 1951.
Duane Allman - musician, Allman Brothers Band, 1946.
Gregg Allman - musician, Allman Brothers Band, 1947.
Nouri al-Maliki - politician, Prime Minister of Iraq, 1950.
Pedro Almodóvar - Spanish filmmaker, won Oscar for All About My Mother, 1951.
Lyle Alzado - athlete, football star, actor, 1949.
Christiane Amanpour - noted CNN correspondent of English-Persian heritage, 1958.
Tori Amos - singer and songwriter, 12 million records sold, A Sorta Fairytale, 1963
Loni Anderson - actress, WKRP in Cincinnati, 1946.
André the Giant - wrestler, actor, The Princess Bride, 1946.
Tom Arnold - actor, in True Lies, married Roseanne Barr, 1959.
Armand Assante - actor, won Emmy for Gotti, 1949.
Bille August - Swedish filmmaker, Pelle the Conqueror, 1948.
Tracy Austin - athlete, ranked No. 1 women's tennis player, 1962.
David Axelrod - politician, senior advisor to Barack Obama, 1955.
Dan Aykroyd - Canadian actor, won Emmy for Saturday Night Live, 1952.
Hank Azaria - actor, won Emmy for Tuesdays with Morrie, 1964.
Kevin Bacon - actor, in so many movies that it inspired the game: Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon; married to Kyra Sedgwick, born in 1958.
Scott Baio - actor, Happy Days, Charles in Charge, 1961.
Dusty Baker - athlete, all-star baseball player and manager, 1949
Seve Ballesteros - Spanish golfer, ranked No. 1 in the world, 1957.
Steve Ballmer - businessman, CEO of Microsoft, 1956.
Antonio Banderas - Spanish actor, married to Melanie Griffith, 1960.
Ellen Barkin - actress, Emmy Award winner, Switch, 1954.
Charles Barkley - athlete, NBA all-star, commentator, 1963.
Roseanne Barr - actress, Golden Globe and Emmy winner, 1952.
Mikhail Baryshnikov - Russian-born ballet dancer and actor, 1948.
Angela Bassett - actress, won Golden Globe, Tina Turner role, 1958.
Kathy Bates - actress, Academy Award winner for Misery, 1948.
Meredith Baxter Birney - actress, Family Ties, 1947.
Bob Beamon - athlete, Olympic gold winner, his world record in the long jump was unequaled for 23 years, 1946.
Ed Begley, Jr. - actor, Emmy-nominated for St. Elsewhere, 1949.
James Belushi - actor, star of According to Jim, 1954.
John Belushi - actor, Saturday Night Live, Blues Brothers, 1949.
Pat Benatar - singer, Love is a Battlefield, We Belong, 1953.
Annette Bening - actress, American Beauty, Being Julia, 1958.
Tom Berenger - actor, Sniper, Golden Globe for Platoon, 1949.
Candice Bergen - actress, Emmy winner for Murphy Brown, 1946.
Patrick Bergin - Irish actor, Sleeping with the Enemy, 1951.
Valerie Bertinelli - actress, One Day at a Time, 1960.
Luc Besson - French film director, The Fifth Element, 1959.
George Best - athlete, outstanding Northern Ireland footballer (soccer player) with Manchester United, 1946.
Benazir Bhutto - politician, Prime Minister of Pakistan, 1953.
Juliette Binoche - French actress, Chocolat, Academy Award winner for The English Patient, 1964.
Larry Bird - athlete, NBA Hall of Fame, Boston Celtics, 1956.
Shane Black - screenwriter, created Lethal Weapon series, 1961.
Rubén Blades - Panama musician-actor, Grammy for salsa music, acted in The Two Jakes, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, 1948.
Tony Blair - politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, 1953.
Linda Bloodworth-Thomason - TV producer, Designing Women, 1947.
Wade Boggs - athlete, Baseball Hall of Fame, 1958.
Michael Bolton - singer, songwriter with Laura Branigan, 1953.
Jon Bon Jovi - singer, songwriter, Golden Globe for Blaze of Glory, 1962.
Bono - Irish singer, songwriter for U2, activist for Africa, 1960.
Debby Boone - singer, Grammy winner, You Light Up My Life, 1956.
Björn Borg - Swedish athlete, World No. 1 tennis player, 1956.
David Bowie - English musician, actor, aka Ziggy Stardust, Fame, Starman, movie The Man Who Fell to Earth, 1947.
Terry Bradshaw - athlete, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Steelers, 1948.
Laura Branigan - singer, songwriter, Grammy winner, Gloria, 1957.
Richard Branson - English businessman, Virgin companies, 1950.
Benjamin Bratt - actor, Law & Order, Miss Congeniality, 1963.
Jeff Bridges - actor, Last Picture Show, The Big Lebowski, 1949.
Christie Brinkley - model, represented CoverGirl for 20 years, 1954.
Matthew Broderick - actor, Ferris Bueller, The Producers, 1962.
Edgar Bronfman, Jr. - businessman, CEO of Seagram, then CEO of Warner Music Group, 1955.
Pierce Brosnan - Irish actor, Remington Steele, James Bond, 1953.
Dan Brown - author, The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, 1964.
Jackson Browne - singer, songwriter, Doctor My Eyes, 1948.
Sergey Bubka - athlete, Ukranian pole vaulter, Olympic gold medal, broke the world record 35 times, voted world's best athlete, 1963.
Jimmy Buffett - singer, songwriter, Margaritaville, 1946.
Sandra Bullock - actress, Speed, Miss Congeniality, Crash, 1964.
LeVar Burton - actor, Kunta Kinte in Roots, later Star Trek, 1957.
Steve Buscemi - actor, Reservoir Dogs, Con Air, Fargo, 1957.
George W. Bush - politician, President of the United States, 1946.
Laura Bush - social leader, popular First Lady, 1946.
Gabriel Byrne - Irish-born actor, Miller's Crossing, Golden Globe winner for In Treatment, 1950.
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