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Baby Richard (Danny Warburton, Daniel Kirchner ) Born March 16, 1991, to Czechoslovakian immigrant, Daniela Janikova in a Chicago-area hospital. His father, Otakar Kirchner, was in his native Czechoslovakia, visiting his ailing grandmother, when the child was born. Four days later, the child was in the home of adoptive parents (the Warburtons). A confusion had existed over Otakar Kirchner continuing a previously known relationship with another woman. Daniela called off the wedding, told Otakar that their baby had died and gave the infant up for adoption. Otakar was skeptical and never gave up his search for his son. Skeptics argue that Otakar abandoned the birth mother and showed little interest in the infant. Nevertheless, Otakar began the legal process (57 days after birth) to take custody of the child. As a four-year-old boy, he was taken from his adoptive parents in Schaumburg , Illinois on April 30, 1995 and turned over to his biological parents. The Illinois Supreme Court (prevailing justices James D. Heiple, Michael Bilandic, Charles Freeman, John Nickels, and Moses Harrison II ) ruled that he be returned to his biological parents because the rights of the biological father were absolute. The case brought forth a clash of 'humane' treatment of an adopted child and his adoptive family and their rights and the legal right of the biological father. to 'possess' his child. Steve Bartman Cubs Fan ... to some, that's debatable because they blame him for the Cubs failure to win the 2003 World Series when the unlucky 26-year-old man interfered with a foul ball headed for Cubs outfielder Moises Alou's mitt on October 14, 2003 (game 6 of the National League Championship Series). Leo Bauby (collector) Has collection of over 200,000 Chicago White Sox photographs. See Chicagobaseball photos.com. Jennifer Beals (actress) Born and raised in Chicago. Attended Francis W. Parker School in Chicago. Starred in Flashdance, The 'L' Word, and more. -- Bob Bell (IMDB, announcer, actor, comedian) was the original and major individual who acted as WGN's Bozo the Clown. Bozo was a 1946 creation of Alan W. Livingston of Capitol Records, which sold the licensing rights to Larry Harmon in 1956. Most would agree it was Bob Bell who best characterized Bozo. WGN's first episode was June 20, 1960, and Bozo entertained children and adults (yes, there was some subtle adult humor on Bozo's Circus) in the morning and later at noon, weekdays until 1984. He received an Emmy in 1970 and was inducted in the Clown Hall of Fame in 1996. Bob Bell died December 8, 1997. Jim Belushi (actor) grew up in Chicago numerous movies including About Last Night and TV series According to Jim -- John Belushi (actor, comedian) grew up in Chicago appeared in numerous movies including The Blues Brothers, Animal House, 1941, and TV's Saturday Night Live, and more -- Jack Benny (actor, comedian, Y!) born in Waukegan, grew up in Waukegan and Chicago and appeared in movies and TV including The Jack Benny Show -- Tom Berenger (actor) movies including Platoon -- Tim Berners-Lee (technology scientist) MIT senior research scientist in computers and artificial intelligence is recognized as creator of the World Wide Web while working for the CERN Laboratory in 1990. His graphical point-and-click browser featured the core ideas included in today's Web browsers, Internet Explorer, Netscape, Safari, Opera, and Mozilla. Knighted in Great Britain in 2003. Nicholas Berg (Iraq contractor, high profile victim) Zacarias Moussaoui had used his password to access University of Oklahoma computers where Berg attended college. Moussaoui went to flight school in Norman, OK. According to some media reports, the two met on a bus. Beheaded in Iraq while seeking work as a contractor. Rosa Blasi (actress) grew up in Mount Prospect has appeared in numerous TV series and stars in Strong Medicine a Lifetime TV series (see also RosaBlassi.com).    Joe Birkett (joebirkett.com) DuPage County State's Attorney. Neil Gary Bluhm (Chicago developer) JMB Realty principal with spinoff Urban Retail Properties -- Tom Bosley (actor) grew up in Chicago appeared in numerous movies and TV shows including Happy Days -- Bruce Boxleitner (actor) born in Elgin, Illinois, grew up in Mount Prospect, Illinois, played star role in Scarecrow and Mrs. King and Babylon 5. -- Lara Flynn Boyle (actress) Grew up in Chicago near Wrigley Field and in north Chicago suburbs. Starred in Wayne's World, Men in Black II, Dead Poets Society, Poltergeist III and more. -- L. Paul Bremer III Presidential Envoy to Iraq and in this capacity is the Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority (no longer updated, see new sovereign Iraq embassy. Jack Brickhouse (actor, announcer) from Chicago and became official announcer for Chicago Cubs games on WGN. Bonny Brown (trumpet player, Arlington Park Race Track bugler) Replaced Joe Kelly in May 2003. Earned a B.A. degree in music performance from DePaul University. Raised in Aurora, Illinois, winning a spot in the Chicago Youth Symphony and the Illinois All-State Honors Band. George Herbert Walker Bush (41st President of the United States) IMDB.com listings -- George W. Bush (43rd President of United States) IMDB.com listings -- Dick Butkus (athlete, actor) Chicago Bears linebacker --



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