Richard Cohen. Meredith Vieira was the narrator of "Open Sesame: The Making of Arabian Nights", an ABC special in 2000.
United States. Mel Gibson was born in Peekskill, New York and moved to Australia when he was 12.
Snooki. Nicole Elizabeth Polizzi (Snooki) was born in Santiago, Chile on November 23, 1987.
Bass Guitar. Keanu Reeves was voted "Most Valuable Player" (MVP) for his high school hockey team.
Pier Angeli. The marriage of Pier Angeli to Vic Damone reportedly caused James Dean to gun his motorcycle engine.
Jessica Biel. Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were married on October 19, 2012 in Italy.
Queens College. Jerry Seinfeld's father was of Hungarian Jewish background and his mother of Syrian Jewish background.
Breast Cancer. Brittany Murphy gave her breakthrough performance in the 1995 film "Clueless".
Born On The Fourth Of July. Tom Cruise's first acting role in a film came in 1981 when he had a small role in "Endless Love", starring Brooke Shields.
Denzel Washington. "Remember the Titans" is based on the true story of a newly integrated high school and its football team.
Soulja Boy. Soulja Boy was born DeAndre Cortez Way on July 28, 1990 in Chicago.
Randy Jackson. Randy Jackson, one of the "American Idol" judges, has served as Vice President at Columbia Records and Senior VP at MCA Records.
Protesting On White House Property. The protest was against the proposed Keystone oil pipeline from Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Nick Cannon. "Drumline" was filmed at Morris Brown College and at Clark University, both in Atlanta.
$55,000/Month. Mueller has also been granted a lump sum of $757,698.70 and another $1 million for her share of their marital home.
Letters. In 1991, Reese Witherspoon appeared for the first time on TV in "Wildflower", a made-for-cable movie directed by Diane Keaton.
Susanna Hoffs. Susanna Hoffs has two brothers.
Duncan Hines. Alyson Hannigan was four years old when she starred in a commercial for Duncan Hines Cookie Mix in 1978.
Tom Cruise. Tom Cruise and Oprah Winfrey hosted the annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway in 2004.
Harvard University. Conan O'Brien wrote sketches for three years for the long-running NBC show "Saturday Night Live".