One hundred:

George Burns, New York-born vaudeville comedian, cigar smoker (January 20, 1896 -- March 9, 1996)
Bob Hope, London-born American comedian, troop entertainer, Oscar host (May 29, 1903 -- July 27, 2003)
Strom Thurmond, long-serving American senator, 1948 third-party presidential candidate (December 5, 1902 -- June 26, 2003)

One hundred and one:

Irving Berlin, Russian-born American popular songwriter (May 11, 1888 -- September 22, 1989)
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, "The Queen Mum", wife of George VI and mother of Elizabeth II (August 4, 1900 -- March 30, 2002)
Grandma Moses, self-taught folk artist from New York state (September 7, 1860 -- December 13, 1961)
Leni Riefenstahl, Nazi-era German filmmaker and propagandist (August 22, 1902 -- September 8, 2003)

One hundred and two:

One hundred and three:

Senor Wences, Spanish-born ventriloquist who often appeared on the Ed Sullivan show (April 17, 1896 -- April 20, 1999)
Adolph Zukor, founder of Paramount Pictures Studios (January 7, 1873 -- June 10, 1976)

One hundred and four:

Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, mother of a president, an attorney general, and a senator (July 22, 1890 -- January 22, 1995)

One hundred and five:

One hundred and six:

Dirk Struik, Dutch-American mathematician and Marxist (September 30, 1894 -- October 21, 2000)

One hundred and seven:

George Abbott, New York-born, Harvard-educated Broadway stage director and producer (June 25, 1887 -- January 31, 1995)

One hundred and eight:

One hundred and nine:

One hundred and ten:

Leopold Vietoris, mathematician and topologist who became the oldest man in Austria (June 4, 1891 -- April 9, 2002)

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