60. Chrissie Hynde

60. Chrissie Hynde


Born: Akron, 1951

As leader of The Pretenders, Hynde was as raucous as any of her male counterparts, but it was the ballad (and subsequent music video for) "Brass in Pocket" that launched the group into stardom. Beyond the band, she's an animal-rights activist and vegan restaurateur.

59. Maynard James Keenan

Musician and vintner

Born: Ravenna, 1964

Keenan is a man of diverse talents and interests - music, comedy, winemaking. But as lead singer and songwriter of the transcendent band Tool, he turned a whole group of audiophiles onto progressive metal with his darkly introspective lyrics and themes.

58. Daniel Beard


Born: Cincinnati, 1850

Beard worked as an artist and editor, at times alongside Mark Twain. However, he's best known as an influential early leader of the Boy Scouts of America.

57. Lou Groza

Football player

Born: Martins Ferry, 1924

Cleveland Browns fans remember "The Toe" for kicking the winning field goal of the team's first NFL championship. He was also a standout lineman and a 1974 inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

56. Roy Rogers


Born: Cincinnati, 1911

"The King of the Cowboys" was one of the biggest Western stars in history, appearing in over 100 films and his own iconic television show. Happy trails, indeed.

55. John Legend


Born: Springfield, 1978

Born John Stephens, this satin-voiced star has won six Grammy awards and helped reintroduce classic soul into rap, rock and pop.

54. Mark Mothersbaugh


Born: Akron, 1950

As co-founder and frontman of Devo, Mothersbaugh jumpstarted a love of synthpop and renewed public interest in devolution theories of the human race. Today his music appears everywhere from TV commercials to film scores.

53. Rollie Fingers

Baseball player

Born: Steubenville, 1946

Bearing that trademark 'stache, Fingers established the role of the modern-day reliever. He was a three-time World Series champion and won both the Cy Young and AL MVP awards in 1981. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1992.

52. The O'Jays


Formed: Canton, 1963

Though they came to represent the Philadelphia Sound, the group was formed at Canton's McKinley High School. When they told us to get aboard the "Love Train," we listened.

51. Sarah Jessica Parker


Born: Nelsonville, 1965

For a period of time, single women across the country idolized Carrie Bradshaw - or at least coveted her closet - on the girl-tastic HBO series "Sex and the City."