Charles Augustus Lindbergh (February 4, 1902 – August 26, 1974), nicknamed Slim, Lucky Lindy, and The Lone Eagle, was an American aviator, author, inventor, military officer, explorer, and social activist.
Slim is a 1937 movie directed by Ray Enright and starring Pat O'Brien and Henry Fonda. The movie is sometimes (incorrectly) called Slim the Lineman. The picture is a film adaptation of the 1934 novel Slim by William Wister Haines, which concerns linemen in the electric power industry. The supporting cast features Margaret Lindsay and Jane Wyman.
Hillel Slovak (Hebrew: הלל סלובק; April 13, 1962 – June 25, 1988) was an Israel-born American musician best known as the original guitarist and founding member of the Los Angeles rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers. Prior to his death of a heroin overdose in 1988, Slovak recorded two albums with the band, Freaky Styley (1985) and The Uplift Mofo Party Plan (1987). His guitar work was primarily rooted in funk and hard rock, although he often experimented with other genres including reggae and speed metal. He is considered to have been a major influence on the Red Hot Chili Peppers' early sound.
Cyclops (Scott Summers) is a fictional character, a superhero who is the leader of the X-Men in the Marvel Comics Universe. A mutant, Cyclops produces a powerful beam with great destructive power from his eyes referred to as an "optic blast". In uniform, he wears a unique ruby quartz battle visor with a lens which runs from eye-to-eye giving him a one-eyed appearance, hence the codename "Cyclops."
Ronald "Slim" Williams (born May 23, 1967) is an American businessman who co-founded the record label Cash Money Records along with his younger brother Bryan "Birdman" Williams. As with his younger brother, Birdman, he is the executive producer for much of Cash Money artist' albums, especially Lil Wayne. In February 2009, the Williams brothers were featured in CNBC's Newbos: The Rise of America's New Black Overclass, a documentary show profiling several black multi-millionaires. Along with Birdman, Mack Maine, Cortez Bryant, and other past and present Cash Money artists, they starred in Lil Wayne's Behind The Music episode, which premiered September 10, 2009. Williams is also known as "The Godfather" for his behind the scenes role at Cash Money Records. Here you can watch one of Ronald "Slim" Williams first and only interview over an hour long where he talks about his entire life.
Bulee "Slim" Gaillard (January 4, 1916 – February 26, 1991), also known as McVouty, was an American jazz singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and vibraphonist, noted for his vocalese singing and word play in a language he called "Vout". (In addition to speaking eight other languages, Gaillard wrote a dictionary for his own constructed language.)
Marvin Scandrick (born September 30, 1978) better known as Slim, is an American R&B recording artist best known for his unique voice and his lead vocals in the Bad Boy group 112. After 112 released their fifth album, Pleasure & Pain in 2005, Slim decided to embark on a solo career. In 2008 Slim released the single "So Fly", featuring Yung Joc which was quickly embraced by R&B fans and DJ's alike. So Fly had reached #49 on the Billboard Hot 100. His debut album, Love's Crazy, was released on November 18, 2008 and featured other hit singles such as "Good Lovin" ( Featured Ryan Leslie and Fabolous ), "Heels On" (Featuring Young Berg and Deezo), and "Loves Crazy (Featuring Big Boy)
Raymond Benjamin Caldwell, (April 26, 1888 – August 17, 1967), was an American major league pitcher from 1910 to 1921. He was known for throwing the spitball, and he was one of the 17 pitchers allowed to continue throwing the pitch after it was outlawed in 1920.
Gerald Donald Kindall (born May 27, 1935 in St. Paul, Minnesota) is a retired professional baseball player who played second base in the major leagues from 1956 to 1965 for the Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins. Kindall was originally signed up by the Chicago Cubs as a bonus baby. No one since 1920 with at least 2000 at-bats has a lower career batting average than Kindall's .213, but he did have above average power for a second baseman.
Grover Cleveland "Slim" Lowdermilk (January 15, 1885 – March 31, 1968) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball. From 1909 to 1920, he played for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Browns, Detroit Tigers, Cleveland Indians, and Chicago White Sox. In a nine-season career, Lowdermilk posted a 23–39 record with 296 strikeouts and a 3.58 earned run average in 590-1/3 innings pitched. He batted and threw right-handed. Lowdermilk was born in Sandborn, Indiana, and died in Odin, Illinois, at the age of 83.
Cecil Washington "Turkey" Tyson (December 6, 1914 – February 17, 2000) nicknamed "Slim" was a Major League Baseball player.