These two comedians were once a couple, but they still share a birthday month. These two actors are often seen on-screen together, and they also share a birthday month. And, if you wish to be president, you might also wish to be born in November.
He's a Texas troubadour who became tabloid fodder when he married a famous actress. Known for his love of motorcycles, he also dabbles in acting.
Warren G. Harding
This lawyer became the 11th president of the U.S., and gas lighting was installed in the White House during his term. His administration marked by a war.
She is a comedian who played a typical American housewife on a show named after her. How did she refer to herself on the show? She was the first female comedian to host the MTV awards
Sean "Diddy" Combs
During her husband's governorship and presidency, the former librarian was an advocate for education and literacy. She recently published a memoir
She won an Oscar for her acting debut with her dad, and she went on to star in a baseball movie, among others. Her ex-tennis star husband talks about their marriage in his memoir.
A professional football player, he decided to put that career on hold and join the Army. He was killed in Afghanistan – by his fellow troops.
One of the world's top scientists, she won two Nobel Prizes. She and her husband discovered polonium and radium, and she later worked on radium and its compounds.
He's a Japanese manja artist who's known for his work on a series. His twin brother is in the same field and also has found recognition.
He was the lead singer of a boy band, which had several albums that went platinum. He married another pop star, and they starred in a reality series.
Many consider this actress's breakout role to be her work in "Moonlight Mile," but it's as a star of "Grey's Anatomy" that she's solidified her fame. She recently had a daughter.
She posed naked and pregnant on the cover of Vanity Fair, she earned $12 million for a movie role and had a high-profile marriage.Now she's in another one.
He made his major league debut with the Texas Rangers, and he was traded to the Chicago Cubs, where he battled Mark McGwire for the home run record. What happened to his skin?
This comedian took her stage name from a joke pillow, but she's also an accomplished dramatic actress in films like "The Color Purple." Her breakup with actor Ted Danson was quite dramatic.
He's the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, and as such he's next in line for the throne. He married a commoner. After they divorced and she died, he married his mistress.
She's an artist known for her desert images – from colorful flowers to bleached skulls. She married a photographer and gallery owner.
This actor's long film career started when he acted in the movie version of a play, "Winterset." He received two Oscar nominations.
He got his first big break as a dispatcher on "Taxi" where he also met his wife. He played in many films, including "Romancing the Stone" and others with his former roommate.
She was the first female chief of the Cherokee nation, serving for 10 years until she declined because of ill health. She married her longtime friend in 1986.
He was the 20th president of the U.S. , and he was reportedly the last to be born in a log cabin. His term lasted only about 150 days; he was assassinated.
Robert F. Kennedy He came from a political family, and he served as his brother's attorney general before he sought the office his brother once held. He was assassinated.
Ken Griffey Jr.
In a bikini and body paint, with perfect comic timing, she became one of the stars of "Laugh-In" She won an Oscar, and her movie, "Private Benjamin" was a hit. She's happily unmarried.
The daughter of actors, she established herself as a "scream queen" and went on to win Golden Globes for her comedy work. She's written children's books, and in private life she is Lady Haden-Guest.
To his surprise, he became the 14th president of the U.S. The question of slavery dominated his administration, and he served only one term.
He was known as "Old Rough and Ready," for his seeming indifference to hardship. He became the nation's 12th president, but served only 16 months in office.
Barbara and Jenna Bush
He was the son of a president and the presumed heir to Camelot. He married a beauty. They died in a private plane crash.
She and her husband were a popular tour band, and they released their biggest hit in 1970. Their split was acrimonious, and she went on to win Grammys for "Private Dancer."
She was a child when her family moved to the White House, and her family life was very public. They moved after her father's assassination. She met her husband while working for a museum.
Anna Nicole Smith
He was a stand-up comedian with a penchant for sarcasm before he ascended to stardom as the host of his own show. He's had a couple of dates with the Oscars, also.
The stand-up comic wrote for sitcoms, including "Welcome Back, Kotter." His own act was so successful that he turned it into a sitcom
His landed a bit part in "Empire of the Sun," and he's now a leading man. He's married to a "Brady Bunch" actress.