Amanda Plummer is an American-Canadian actress who followed in the footsteps of her father Christopher Plummer and mother Tammy Grimes. Known for her contribution across popular mediums, Plummer has won Tony and Emmy for her work on stage and TV respectively. In Hollywood, she is popular for playing roles in films like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Pulp Fiction.
Japanese-Canadian actor Hiro Kanagawa has appeared in many films such as Godzilla and series such as Legends of Tomorrow. He is also an award-winning playwright, noted for plays such as Indian Arm. He also voiced Reed Richards in the series Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes.
Koby Altman is an American basketball coach who is currently working as the general manager of the popular National Basketball Association (NBA) team the Cleveland Cavaliers. As the general manager of the team, Altman was instrumental in signing the three-time NBA Champion Dwyane Wade.
Hiram Bingham I was an American missionary who led the first group of American missionaries in an attempt to spread Christianity in the Hawaiian islands. An important figure in the history of Hawaii, Bingham continues to be revered in the US state. Punahou School, which is located in Honolulu, has a math building named in his honor.
Henry Schoolcraft was an American geologist, geographer, and ethnologist. He is best remembered for his studies of Native American cultures. Henry Schoolcraft is also credited with founding The Journal of Education, America's first journal on public education.
Renowned paleobotanist Frank Hall Knowlton is remembered for his pioneering study of fossilized plants and geologic climates. He not just taught botany but had also been associated with the U.S. Geological Survey. His interests also included birds, and he contributed to a volume named Birds of the World.