Lamont Dozier was an American composer and record producer best known for being part of the Holland–Dozier–Holland team and for writing “Going Back to My Roots” (1977).
Olivia Newton-John was a British-Australian singer known for songs such as “Physical”) and films such as Grease.
Then there is her interpretation of “Love Song” (1971), a Lesley Duncan song.
John Steiner was an English actor known for his work in Italian B-movies.
I remember him for Salon Kitty (1976).
James Lovelock was an English environmentalist, known for his Gaia hypothesis.
Here is his take on climate change. Pessimistic:
Irina Ionesco was a French photographer whose five minutes of fame were gained by photographing her daughter in suggestive poses and settings.
The story of the relationship with her daughter is told by the latter in My Little Princess (2011).
Bob Rafelson was an American film director. I remember him for Head (1968) and Five Easy Pieces (1970).
Five Easy Pieces is famous for its chicken salad scene.
Head is known for being a hippie film in the style of The Trip (1967), Medium Cool (1969) and Putney Swope (1969).
Michael Henderson was an American bass guitarist who is known for his work with Miles Davis. As a vocalist he is chiefly remembered for “You Are My Starship” (1976).
Claes Oldenburg was a Swedish-born American sculptor known for soft sculptures such as Giant Soft Drum Set in the first half of his career, and extra large artworks in the second half of his career.
Paul Ryder was an English bassist known for his work with Happy Mondays who are best-known for “Step On”, a 1990 cover version of “He’s Gonna Step on You Again” (1971).
Lenny Von Dohlen was an American actor.
I remember him for Electric Dreams (1984), which can be read as a prequel to Her.