Who Was Born On December 22nd?


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1986     Jeffery Wood, actor, Austin Warren-In The House
1977     Joanna Hughes, Victoria Australia, gymnast 1996 Olympics
1975     Stanislav Neckar, Pisek CZ, NHL defenseman, Ottawa Senators,Gold Meda 1998 Olympics
1974     Heather Donahue, American Actress
1973     Annie Pelletier, born in Montreal, Quebec, 3m diver 1996 Olympics bronze
1973     Jamel Williams, safety for the Washington Redskins
1972     Andrew Moore, WLAF tackle for the Frankfurt Galaxy
1972     Anthony Edwards, Australian rower 1996 Olympics
1972     Kirk Maltby, Guelph, NHL right wing for the Edmonton Oilers
1972     Mike Thompson, NFL defensive tackle for the Jacksonville Jaguars
1972     Vanessa Paradis, France, model, Channel, actress, White Wedding
1970     Brooks Findlay, CFL linebacker for the BC Lions
1969     Andrew Scott, Australian baseball infielder 1996 Olympics
1969     Marcie Aguilar, born in Tucson, Arizona, female infielder, Colorado Silver Bullets
1968     Lauralee "Bug" Bell, born in Chicago, Illinois, actress, Cricket-Young and Restless
1967     Mike Sullivan, NFL center for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1967     Roland Holder, cricketer, West Indian batsman in ODI's 1993-
1967     Sean Foster, WLAF wide reciever for the Rhein Fire
1964     Mike Jackson, born in Houston, Texas, pitcher for the Seattle Mariners
1963     Bryan McMillan, cricketer, brilliant South African all-rounder since 1992
1962     Ralph Fiennes, born in Suffolk, England, actor, English Patient
1961     Yuri Ivanovich Malinchenko, Russian Lt-colonel/cosmonaut, Soyuz TM-19
1960     Jean-Michel Basquiat, Haiti/US graffiti artist/painter, Gray, SAMO
1960     Tyrell Biggs, Philadelphia, super HW boxer 1984 Olympics gold
1958     Lenny Von Dohlen, Augusta Georgia, actor, Love Kills, Electric Dreams
1957     Ricky Ross, British rock vocalist, Deacon Blue-Raintown
1957     Susan Powter, diet guru/author/talk show host, Susan Powter Show
1956     Marcy Hanson, born in Galveston, Texas, playmate, October 1978
1954     Derick Parry, cricketer, WI off-spinner early 80's
1954     Jayaseelan Naidoo, South African worker's union leader
1953     Bernnadette Stanis, born in Brooklyn, New York, actress, Thelma-Good Times
1953     David Leisner, teacher, classical guitarist, composer, taught at Manhattan School of Music, expert in focal dystonia
1951     Charles de Lint, Netherlands, sci-fi author, Moonhear, Mulengro, Yarrow
1951     Gerald Grosvenor, English 6th duke of Westminster/billionaire
1951     Jan Stephenson, Sydney Australia, golfer, LPGA Rookie of Year-1974
1949     Manfred Burgsmuller, WLAF kicker for the Rhein Fire
1949     Maurice Gibb, Manchester Eng, rocker, Bee Gees-Saturday Night Fever
1949     Michael Osborne, rock guitarist and vocalist, Axe
1949     Robin Gibb, born in Manchester, England, rocker, Bee Gees-Saturday Night Fever
1948     Chris Old, cricketer, England medium-pacer of 70's
1948     Noel Edmonds, British TV personality, Foul-ups, Bleeps and Blunders
1948     Steve Garvey, 1st baseman, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres
1948     Lynne Thigpen, Joliet, Illinois, actress, Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?, Nancy-Love Sidney
1947     Brian C Daley, U.S., sci-fi author, Exploits of Han Solo, Tron
1947     Dilip Doshi, cricketer, India's main slow lefty post-Bedi
1946     Rick Nielsen, Rockford, Illinois, rock vocalist and guitarist, Cheap Trick
1946     Roberta Speer, LPGA golfer
1945     Diane Sawyer, born in Glasgow, Kentucky, newscaster, 60 Minutes, ABC Prime Time
1945     Joris J C Voorhoeve, Dutch Defense minister, 1994-, VVD
1945     Marianne van Wijnkoop, Bosscher, Dutch actress, Les Miserables
1944     Barry Jenkins, rocker, Animals-House of the Rising Sun
1944     Steve Carlton, Phillies' pitcher, Cy Young 1972, 1977, 1980, 1982
1944     Mary Archer, British Scientist
1943     Billie Jean King, born in Long Beach, California, tennis pro
1943     Paul Wolfowitz, American Celebrity
1938     Lucien Bouchard, Canadian Lawyer
1937     Marco J de Castro, Dutch Antillian politician
1936     Hector Elizondo, New York City, actor, American Gigolo, Young Doctors in Love
1935     John L Finley, USAF/astronaut
1935     Oleg Alekseyevich Protopopov, Russia, pairs skater, Gold Medals 1964, 1968 Olympics
1932     Joe Clark, born in Los Angeles, California, WLAF off coordinator coach for the Amsterdam Admirals
1930     Peter Hall, born in Suffolk, England, director, Royal Shakespeare Company
1929     Jan Wiegel, director/producer, Classroom of Anne Frank, Myrada
1929     Wazir Mohammad, cricketer, eldest of Pakistan's 4 Mohammed brothers
1928     Piero Angelo, Italian writer, Control
1926     Peggy Castle, Appalachia, Virginia, actress, Lily Merrill-Lawman
1925     Gunther Schuller, New York City, jazz composer
1925     Thomas Christian David, composer
1924     Frank Corsaro, New York harbor, opera director
1924     Geraldine Page, Kirksville, Missouri, actress, Interiors, Beguiled
1924     Dan Devine, American Coach
1923     Heinz Bernard Lowenstein, actor and director
1922     Barbara Billingsley, born in Los Angeles, California, actress, June-Leave it to Beaver
1922     Calder Willingham, novelist/scriptwriter
1922     Jim Wright, born in Fort Worth, Texas, Representative-D-Texas 1987 - 1989, Speaker of House
1921     Hawkshaw Hawkins, Huntington, West Virginia, country singer, Ozark Jubilee
1921     Robert Frank Kurka, composer



1918     Frankie Darro, born in Chicago, Illinois, actor, Radio Ranch, Valley of Wanted Men
1918     William Kennedy, baseball player
1917     Andrew Fielding Huxley, born in London, England, physiologist, Nobel 1963
1917     Gene Rayburn, born in Christopher, Illinois, TV game show host, Match Game
1917     Piet De Somer, Belgian rector, University of Leuven
1913     Anthony Barber Doncaster, bookseller
1913     Benjamin Britten, born in Suffolk, England, opera composer
1912     Doris Duke, New York City, heiress, American Tobacco Co
1912     Henry Armstrong, held feather/light/welterweight boxing titles, 1938
1912     Lady Bird Johnson, born in Texas, First Lady of the United States, called "Lady Bird", beautified Washington, D.C.
1912     Claudia Johnson, American First Lady
1911     Grote Reber, U.S., astronomer, 1st parabolic radio telescope
1910     Richard Ainley, Middlesex England, actor, I Dood It, Above Suspicion
1909     Alan Carney, David Boughal, born in Brooklyn, New York, actor, Zombies on Broadway
1908     Giacomo Manzu, Italy, sculptor, St. Peter, Laurenskerk, Lenin Prize
1908     Marius F Duintjer, Dutch architect
1908     Max Bill, Swiss painter/sculptor/politician, Ruban Sans Fin
1907     Peggy Ashcroft, Croydon England, actress, Dear Brutus, Happy Days
1907     Yoshio Hasegawa, composer
1905     Kenneth Rexroth, U.S., poet, critic and translator Birds in the Bush
1905     Pierre Brasseur, Espinasse, French actor, Enfants du Paradis
1904     Louis-Eugene-Felix Neel, Lyon France, physicist, Nobel 1970
1903     Barbara Moore, doctor, walked across U.S. in 86 days in 1960
1903     H Keffer Hartline, U.S., biophysicist, Nobel 1967
1903     Marc Lavry, composer
1903     Haldan Keffer Hartline, American Scientist
1902     Jacques-Philippe Leclerc, France, WW II hero, liberator of Paris
1902     Joe Adonis, Italy, American crime-syndicate boss in New York and New Jersey
1901     Andre Kostelanetz, St. Petersburg Russia, conductor, Lincoln Portrari
1901     Joaquin Rodrigo, Spain, composer
1900     Alan Dudley Bush, composer pianist/teacher
1899     Gustaf Gruendgens, Duesseldorf Germany, actor and director, M
1899     Hoagy Carmichael, Bloomington, Indiana, pianist/composer
1899     Wiley Post, Texas, aviation pioneer
1898     Lionel Charles Robbins, Middlesex England, economist
1896     Nikolay Semyonovich Tikhonov, St. Petersburg Russia, poet
1891     Edward L Bernays, Vienna Austria, 1st public relations agent
1890     Charles de Gaulle, Lille France, premier of France
1890     Mark Tobey, U.S. abstract painter, Broadway Norm
1889     Mikha'il Na'imah, Lebanon, playwright
1889     Minor Watson, Marianna AR, actor, Woman of the Year, Viva Cisco Kid
1889     B. Carroll Reece, American Politician
1888     Joseph Arthur Rank, English film magnate/baron
1887     Srinivasa Ramanujan, Indies mathematician
1885     Joseph Deems Taylor, New York City, composer, Peter Ibbetson
1883     Arthur James Cook, England, union leader, coal miners
1883     Edgard Victor Achille C Varese, Paris, France, composer, Innisation
1882     Charles Vildrac, Paris, France, poet/playwright
1881     Enver Pasa, Istanbul Turkey, Turkish politician
1879     Ralph Hawtrey, Buckinghamshire England, economist, multiplier
1879     Stanislas Bizot, French world checker champion, 1925
1877     Endre Ady, Hungary, lyric poet
1876     Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Italian writer, Futurism e Futurista
1875     Antoine Mariotte, composer
1875     John P "Jan" Musch, Dutch actor, Dead Water
1874     Franz Schmidt, composer
1874     Herman Harrell Horne, Clayton, North Carolina, philosopher, idealism
1873     Leopold Stennett Amery, British politician
1873     Matteo Giulio Bartoli, Austria-Hungary, linguist
1869     Edwin Arlington Robinson, U.S., poet, Richard Corey
1869     Andre Gide, French Novelist
1869     Bainbridge Colby, American Public Servant
1868     John Nance Garner, Texas, Vice President-D-1933-41
1867     Frantisek X. Salda, Czechoslovakian writer/critic
1867     Joseph [Maria] Olbrich, Silesia, German architect, Wiener Sezession
1867     Wilhelm Groener, Germany, general
1866     Mieczyslaw Surzynski, composer
1863     Ch'i Pai-shih, China, traditional Chinese painter
1863     Jean-Baptiste Marchand, Thoissey France, soldier and explorer, Sudan
1862     Connie Mack, born in East Brookfield, Massachusetts, HOF baseball executive/manager, Philadelphia A's 1900 - 1950
1861     Erich Schaeder, German theologist, Theocentric Theology
1859     Cecil [James] Sharp, born in London, England, folk musician
1858     Giacomo Puccini, Lucca Italy, opera composer, La Boheme, La Tosca
1857     George Gissing, England, novelist
1856     Frank Kellogg, Secretary of State, 1925 - 1929, try to outlaw war, Nobel 1929
1856     Frank B. Kellogg, American Politician
1853     Maria Teresa Carreno, composer
1849     Fritz Mauthner, Bohemia, German author/philosopher, skepticism
1847     Heihatjiro Tojo, Japan, Admiral, Russian-Japanese war
1846     Andreas Hallen, composer
1846     Oscar Carre, Dutch circus director
1844     Izydor Lotto, composer
1842     Jose Maria de Heredia, Cuba, French sonnet poet
1842     Nicola d' Arienzo, composer
1832     Edward Hatch, Major General Union volunteers
1831     Mark Rutherford, writer
1831     Robert Ogden Tyler, Major General Union Army
1831     Charles Stuart Calverley, English Poet
1830     Justin M'Carthy, Ireland, Irish politician/novelist, Miss Misanthrope
1826     James Scott Negley, Union volunteers Major General
1821     Giovanni Bottesini, composer
1819     Franz Wilhelm Abt, German composer/choir conductor
1819     George Eliot, England, Victorian novelist, Adam Bede
1815     Johann J Bachofen, Swiss judicial historian
1815     Lucien Petipa, French dancer/choreographer/ballet leader
1812     Johanne Luise Heiberg, Copenhagen Denmark, actress, Romeo and Juliet
1809     Benedict Augustin Morel, Vienna, French psychologist, dementia praecox
1808     Thomas Cook, England, tour director, Thomas Cook and Son
1803     Joseph King Fenno Mansfield, Major General Union volunteers
1795     Thomas Ainsworth, English/Netherlands industrialist, Twentse textile
1787     Rasmus Rask, Denmark, language scholar
1768     John Crome, Old Crome, English landscape painter/etcher
1767     Andreas Hofer, South Tirol, military leader, fought Napoleon's France
1764     Barbara Juliane Krudener, Latvia, mystic visionary renounced nobility
1761     Dorothea Jordan, Ireland, French comedic actress
1753     Dugald Stewart, born in Edinburgh, Scotland, philosopher, Scottish common sense
1735     Ulrich Braker, writer
1728     Charles Frederick, Baden, liberal ruler of Baden
1727     William Ellery, U.S. attorney/signer Declaration of Independence
1723     Carl Friedrich Abel, German/British viola-da-gamba-player/composer
1710     Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, composer, son of J.S. Bach
1702     Jean E Liotard, Turk, Swiss painter, Madame d'Epinay
1700     Egbert de Vrij Temminck, Amsterdam regent
1696     James Oglethorpe, England, General/author/colonizer, Georgia
1684     Johann J Dillenius, Dillen, German botanist, Historia Muscorum
1643     Rene-Robert Cavelier La Salle, France, French explorer, Louisiana
1639     Jean Racine, born in La Ferte-Milon, France, French playwright, 'Andromaque' and 'Mithridate'
1624     Tomas Micieres, composer
1573     Ernst Casimir, count of Nassau-Dietz/mayor of Frisia/Groningen
1523     Charles "Cardinal" of Bourbon, archbishop Rouen
1515     Mary of Lorraine, France, pro-French Regent of Scotland
1459     Djem Sultan, son of Turks sultan Mehmed II
1452     Jakob Obrecht, Brabant, composer
1428     Richard Neville Warwick, 2nd earl of Salisbury
1400     Luca della Robbia, Italy, sculptor, Madonna of Rose Garden





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