Dolores McNamara (born February 13, 1960 in Blackpool, UK) is the record-holding winner of EuroMillions. On July 31, 2005 she bought the winning lottery ticket, matching five numbers between 1 and 50, and two between 1 and 9. Her record breaking win was worth €115 million, the largest single cheque ever handed out to a EuroMillions lottery winner. McNamara lives in Limerick, Ireland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dolores McNamara"
Iorworth Hoare (born 1951/2) is a convicted rapist from Seacroft Gate, Leeds, England. He gained much negative media attention after his gambling made him a prison millionaire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iorworth Hoare"
Andrew Jackson “Jack” Whittaker, Jr. (born c. 1947 in Jumping Branch, ...more on Wikipedia about "Jack Whittaker (lottery winner)"
Judd Alan Gregg (born February 14, 1947) is an American politician from New Hampshire, currently serving in the U.S. Senate. He is a member of the Republican Party, and was a businessman and attorney in Nashua, New Hampshire before entering politics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Judd Gregg"
Michael Carroll (nicknamed the 'Lotto Lout' and 'King of Chavs' by the tabloid press) is a former dustman and 9.7 million GBP lottery winner. Despite his good fortune, he has persisted in continuing the life of petty crime he led before his win, facing a multitude of charges including assault, drug possession and drunk and disorderly behaviour. ...more on Wikipedia about "Michael Carroll"
Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson (born March 3, 1953 in Austin, Texas) was an All-Pro outside linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys football team (1975-79). ...more on Wikipedia about "Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson"
Vivian (Viv) Nicholson (born 1936) became a public figure in Britain overnight in 1961 when she won £152,000 (equivalent to about £3 million today) on the football pools. ...more on Wikipedia about "Viv Nicholson"
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