Cleo Lemon

born August 16th, 1979

Cleo Lemon Jr. (born August 16, 1979) is a wide receivers coach for the Jacksonville State Gamecocks and former American football quarterback in the National Football League and Canadian Football League. He most recently played for the Toronto Argonauts. He was signed by the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2002. He played college football at Arkansas State. Lemon was also a member of the San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, and Toronto Argonauts.

Cleo Odzer

born April 6th, 1950

Cleo Odzer was an American writer who authored books on prostitution in Thailand, the hippie culture of Goa, and cybersex.

Clermont Pépin

born May 15th, 1926

Clermont Pépin was a Canadian pianist, composer and teacher who lived in Quebec.

Clete Boyer

born February 9th, 1937

Cletis Leroy "Clete" Boyer was an American professional baseball third baseman — who occasionally played shortstop and second base — in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Kansas City Athletics (1955–57), New York Yankees (1959–66), and Atlanta Braves (1967–71). Boyer also spent four seasons with the Taiyō Whales of Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB). In his 16-year big league career, Boyer hit 162 home runs, with 654 runs batted in (RBI), and a .242 batting average, in 1,725 games played.

Cleto Bellucci

born April 23rd, 1921

Cleto Bellucci was an Italian Prelate of Roman Catholic Church.

Cleveland Green

born September 11th, 1957

Cleveland Green is a former offensive tackle who played eight seasons in the National Football League for the Miami Dolphins. He started in Super Bowl XIX. * v * t * e

Cleven Goudeau

died January 26th, 2015

Cleven "Goodie" Goudeau was an art director and cartoonist, credited as originator of the first line of African American contemporary greeting cards. He held the record at one time for the longest card, and produced the first nationally published card featuring a Black Santa Claus.

Cliff Allison

February 8th, 1932 - April 7th, 2005

Henry Clifford Allison was a British racing driver from England, who participated in Formula One during seasons 1958 to 1961 for the Lotus, Scuderia Centro Sud, Ferrari and UDT Laystall teams. He was born and died in Brough, Westmorland.

Cliff Arquette

born December 27th, 1905

Clifford Charles Arquette was an American actor and comedian. He was best known for performing comedic routines as his alter-ego Charley Weaver on numerous television and radio shows.

Cliff Balsom

born March 25th, 1946

Clifford Gene "Cliff" Balsom is an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League for Torquay United. He was born in Torquay, Devon.

Cliff Bastin

born March 14th, 1912

Clifford Sydney Bastin was an English footballer who played as a winger for Exeter City and Arsenal. He also played for the England national team. Bastin is Arsenal's third-highest goalscorer of all time.

Cliff Brumbaugh

born April 21st, 1974

Clifford Michael Brumbaugh (born April 21, 1974) is an American former Major League Baseball outfielder who played for the Texas Rangers and Colorado Rockies in 2001.

Cliff Burton

born February 10th, 1962

Clifford Lee Burton was an American musician who was the bassist for thrash metal band Metallica from 1982 until his death in 1986. He performed on the band's first three albums, Kill 'Em All (1983), Ride the Lightning (1984), and Master of Puppets (1986). Burton also received a posthumous writing credit on ...And Justice for All (1988) for the song "To Live Is to Die".

Cliff Gladwin

born April 3rd, 1916

Clifford Gladwin was an English first-class cricketer who played for Derbyshire from 1939 to 1958 and in eight Tests for England from 1947 to 1949. He took over 1,600 first-class wickets.

Cliff Hicks

born August 18th, 1964

Clifford Wendell Hicks, Jr. (born August 18, 1964) is a former cornerback American football defensive back who played for four NFL teams from (1987–1995). Before his NFL career, he played for the University of Oregon and was selected by the Los Angeles Rams in the 3rd round of the 1987 NFL Draft. Prior to playing in the NFL he attended Kearny High School in San Diego California where he currently resides.

Cliff Johnson

born July 22nd, 1947

Clifford "Heathcliff" Johnson, Jr. (born July 22, 1947) is a retired Major League Baseball player who played for the Houston Astros (1972–1977), New York Yankees (1977–1979), Cleveland Indians (1979–1980), Chicago Cubs (1980), Oakland Athletics (1981–82), Toronto Blue Jays (1983–84, 1985–1986) and Texas Rangers (1985). He batted and threw right-handed and split time between catcher, first baseman, and outfielder in the early part of his Major League career before becoming primarily a full-time designated hitter.

Cliff Jones (Welsh footballer)

born February 7th, 1935

Clifford William Jones is a Welsh former footballer. During his career, he played as a winger and was capped 59 times for Wales national team. He was also a crucial member of Tottenham Hotspur's 1960–61 double-winning side.

Cliff Lee

born August 30th, 1978

Clifton Phifer Lee (born August 30, 1978) is an American former professional baseball starting pitcher who played for 13 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). Between 2002 and 2014 he played for four teams, most notably the Philadelphia Phillies, before an elbow injury forced him into retirement. During his career, Lee was a member of five All-Star teams, won the Cy Young Award, and had consecutive World Series appearances in 2009 and 2010 with the Phillies and Texas Rangers.

Cliff Martinez

born February 5th, 1954

Cliff Robert Martinez is an American musician and composer. Early in his career, Martinez was known as a drummer notably with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Captain Beefheart. Since the 1990s, he has worked primarily as a film score composer, writing music for Spring Breakers, The Foreigner, and multiple films by Steven Soderbergh and Nicolas Winding Refn.

Cliff McClain

born December 29th, 1947

Clifford M. McClain (born December 29, 1947) is a former American football running back in the National Football League who played for the New York Jets. He played college football for the South Carolina State Bulldogs.

Cliff Osmond

died December 22nd, 2012

Cliff Osmond was an American character actor and television screenwriter. A parallel career as an acting teacher coincided with his other activities.

Cliff Pennington

born June 15th, 1984

Clifton Randolph Pennington (born June 15, 1984) is an American former Major League Baseball (MLB) infielder who played for the Oakland Athletics, Arizona Diamondbacks, Toronto Blue Jays, Los Angeles Angels, and Cincinnati Reds between 2008 and 2018, and who is currently the baseball recruiting coordinator for the Dallas Baptist Patriots.

Cliff Richey

born December 31st, 1946

George Clifford Richey Jr. is an American former amateur and professional tennis player who was active during the 1960s and 1970s. Richey achieved a highest singles ranking of World No. 6 and reached at least the quarterfinal stage of the singles event at all four Grand Slam tournaments.

Cliff Russell

born February 8th, 1979

Clifford Antonio Russell (born February 8, 1979) is a former American football wide receiver. He was waived by the Denver Broncos on February 11, 2009. Russell was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the third round of the 2002 NFL Draft. Russell has also been a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, and Detroit Lions. He played college football at Utah. Following his NFL career, he founded and has operated Ripped Performance, a fitness center in Ashburn, Virginia.

Cliff Thorburn

born January 16th, 1948

Clifford Charles Devlin Thorburn is a Canadian retired professional snooker player. Nicknamed "The Grinder" because of his slow, determined style of play, he won the World Snooker Championship in 1980, defeating Alex Higgins 18–16 in the final. He is generally recognised as the sport's first world champion from outside the United Kingdom—since Australian Horace Lindrum's 1952 title is usually disregarded—and he remains the only world champion from the Americas. He was runner-up in two other world championships, losing 21–25 to John Spencer in the 1977 final and 6–18 to Steve Davis in the 1983 final. At the 1983 tournament, Thorburn became the first player to make a maximum break in a World Championship match, achieving the feat in his second-round encounter with Terry Griffiths.

Cliff Watson

born April 26th, 1940

Clifford H. Watson was an English professional rugby league footballer who played as a prop in the 1960s and 1970s. He played for the St Helens in the Rugby Football League Championship, and later the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in the New South Wales Rugby League premiership in Australia. Along with hardman Ken Gee, and legendary captain Alan Prescott, he remains one of the best Great Britain front-rowers ever.

Clifford Bricker

born April 23rd, 1904

Clifford Bricker was a Canadian long-distance runner who competed in the 1928 and 1932 Summer Olympics. In 1927 he set the amateur world record for 15 miles.

Clifford Chadderton

born May 9th, 1919

Hugh Clifford Chadderton, was a Canadian World War II veteran and chief executive officer of The War Amps.

Clifford Cocks

born December 28th, 1950

Clifford Christopher Cocks is a British mathematician and cryptographer. In the early 1970s, while working at the United Kingdom Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), he developed an early public-key cryptography (PKC) system. This predated commercial offerings, but due the classified nature of Cocks' work, it did not become widely known until 1997 when the work was declassified.

Clifford D. Simak

died April 25th, 1988

Clifford Donald Simak was an American science fiction writer. He won three Hugo Awards and one Nebula Award. The Science Fiction Writers of America made him its third SFWA Grand Master, and the Horror Writers Association made him one of three inaugural winners of the Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement. He is associated with the pastoral science fiction subgenre.

Clifford Ray

born January 21st, 1949

Clifford Ray is an American former professional basketball coach and player. He played three of his ten seasons in the NBA with the Chicago Bulls from 1971 to 1974, and the other seven with the Golden State Warriors from 1974 to 1981.

Clifford Roach

born March 13th, 1904

Clifford Archibald Roach was a West Indian cricketer who played in West Indies' first Test match in 1928. Two years later, he scored the West Indies' first century in Test matches, followed two matches later by the team's first double century. Roach played for Trinidad, but before having any great success at first-class level, he was chosen to tour England with a West Indies team in 1928 and scored over 1,000 runs. When England played in the West Indies in 1930, he recorded his ground-breaking centuries but had intermittent success at Test level afterwards. He toured Australia in 1930–31 and returned to England in 1933, when he once more passed 1,000 runs, but was dropped from the team in 1935. Within three years, he lost his place in the Trinidad team. Roach was generally inconsistent, but batted in an attacking and attractive style. Outside of cricket, he worked as a solicitor. Later in his life, he suffered from diabetes which necessitated the amputation of both his legs.
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