5 celebrities we didn’t know were innate in Dayton (ps Happy Birthday Roger!)
August 5, 2018 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Lots of celebs can explain a Gem City as their hometown, including some we might not know about.
The sportscaster spent his whole NFL career only down I-75 with a Cincinnati Bengals though was indeed innate right here in Dayton on Jan. 27, 1959, before his family changed to Florida.
Collinsworth’s father was named Abraham Lincoln Collinsworth and was a Kentucky basketball star, winning a inhabitant championship with a Wildcats.
“Rocket” was innate on this date, Aug. 4, 1962, in Dayton. His family lived in Vandalia until he was in high propagandize before relocating to Houston.
The two-time World Series champ has some-more Cy Young Awards for pitching than another other actor in history.
The Sports Illustrated cover indication and actress, 31, lived in Kettering and Middletown before her family changed to Charlotte, North Carolina where she was detected as a teen. She was innate on Apr 12, 1987, in Kettering.
The Fifty Shades of Grey actor, 34, was innate on Jan. 21, 1984 in Dayton and is a connoisseur of Dayton Christian High School. He can now be seen in a Paramount Network array Yellowstone.
The NBA good was innate on Jan. 20, 1964 and grew adult in Dayton before heading Miami University to mixed NCAA contest berths.
He has 5 NBA championship rings from his years with a Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers.