Eddie Money(born Edward Joseph Mahoney; March 21, 1949)
Eddie Money is an American rock guitarist, saxophonist, and singer-songwriter, who found success in the 1970s and 1980s with a string of Top 40 hits, including ‘Baby Hold On’ and‘Two Tickets To Paradise,' and platinum-selling albums. Rock impresario Bill Graham said of Money, "Eddie Money has it all.... Not only can he sing, write, and play, but he is a natural performer. "A one-time trainee for the New York Police Department, his daughter is the singer Jesse Money.
Donald “Easy” Money (b June 7, 1947)
Don Money is a retired major league baseball player. He currently serves as the special instructor of player development for the Milwaukee Brewers. Money spent most of his career as a third baseman and was a four-time All-Star. Known as one of the best defensive third basemen of the era, he batted and threw right-handed. He played for the Philadelphia Phillies(1968–1972) and the Milwaukee Brewers(1973–1983). He briefly played for the Kintetsu Buffaloes in Japan for one month at the end of his career. In 2005, Money was inducted into the Milwaukee Brewers Walk of Fame.
DJ cash (born Jerome Hewlett)
DJ cash is a Philadelphia-based American turntablist, hip-hop artist, and record producer. He was the first inductee into the DJ Hall of Fame. Alongside Jazzy Jeff, he emerged from the Philadelphia hip-hop scene in the late 1980s. They shared a friendly rivalry and DJ'd at parties together as the Kings of Spin. Cash perfected the Transform scratch (along with Jazzy Jeff) which mimicked the robotic sound effects from the mid-80s television cartoon series of the same name. He is also credited with creating the Pee Wee Herman scratch and pioneering the Chirp scratch (aka the Babuggamas scratch). Cash has also produced and remixed tracks for artists such as Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Mantronix, PM Dawn andPublic Enemy.
Richard Money (born 13 October 1955)
A one-time starlet of Liverpool FC, Richard Money is currently Academy Manager of Atlanta United in the USA. Originally from Lowestoft, Money grew up as a Norwich City supporter. He began his playing career at Scunthorpe United as a defender, later moving to Fulham, Liverpool- where he was an unused substitute in the 1981 European Cup Final, having played in the semi-final - Luton, Portsmouth and finally back to Scunthorpe during the 1970s and 1980s. His coaching and managerial career have seen him taking charge at clubs including AIK(Sweden), Newcastle Jets(Australia), Walsall, Luton Town and Cambridge United, with whom he won the FA Trophy and promotion back to the Football League in 2014.
George Bruno “Zoot” Money (born 17 July 1942)
“Zoot” Money is an English vocalist, keyboardist, and bandleader. He is best known for his playing of the Hammond organ and association with his Big Roll Band. Inspired by Jerry Lee Lewis and Ray Charles, he was drawn to rock and roll music and became a leading light in the vibrant music scene of Bournemouth and Soho during the 1960s. He took his stage name 'Zoot' from Zoot Sims after seeing him in concert. Money has been associated with, among many others, The Animals, Eric Burdon, Steve Marriott, Kevin Ayers, Humble Pie, Snowy White, Mick Taylor, Spencer Davis, Vivian Stanshall, Geno Washington and Alan Price. He has also known as a bit part and character actor, credited as ‘GB Money,' appearing in some small roles in programs including Bergerac, The Professionals, The Bill and Coronation Street. In 1979, Money played a small role as the dim-witted Lottery in the film version of the BBC TV series Porridge. In 2000 he starred in a film based on guitarist Syd Barrett, as a fanatical fan stalking the rock star Roger Bannerman in the underground cult film Remember a Day.