Peter Dinklage is an American actor who gained international recognition after playing Tyrion Lannister in one of the most popular TV series of all time, Game of Thrones. Over the years, Peter Dinklage has portrayed important characters in popular films, serving as an inspiration to those suffering from dwarfism, a condition which caused his short stature.
Author and public speaker Fran Lebowitz is best known for her book The Fran Lebowitz Reader, which combined the two books Metropolitan Life and Social Studies. She also gained fame with her 2021 Netflix docuseries Pretend It's a City. Openly lesbian, she has often spoken about feminism, politics, and AIDS.
Best known for managing the WWE team Deuce 'n Domino, Cherry was the quintessential blonde American beauty. Known for her signature style of chewing bubble gum, wearing skirts, and roller-skating into the arena, she later got into a public feud with Maryse, her replacement chosen by Deuce 'n Domino.
Alfred Vail, along with Samuel F.B. Morse, revolutionized the American telegraph system. Though initially interested in theology, he changed his career path after meeting Morse. Some scholars believe Vail and Morse had both contributed equally for the development of the Morse code but was not valued.
Cinematographer and director Edward Lachman is best known for his Academy Award-nominated movies Carol and Far from Heaven. Lachman has also worked on hits such as Erin Brockovich and Desperately Seeking Susan. The son of a movie distributor, he was educated at Harvard and later studied painting at Ohio University.
Electrical engineer and physicist Louis Alan Hazeltine is best remembered for his invention of the neutrodyne circuit, which contributed to the development of commercial radio. The Hazeltine Corporation founder was also a US Navy consultant and had taught at his alma, the Stevens Institute of Technology.