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1979     David Lopez, Queens, New York, actor, and God Created Women, Ghostwriter
1978     Jenny Frost, British Musician
1977     Melanie Schnell, Radstadt Austria, tennis star, 1994 semi Surabaya
1975     Charles O'Bannon, NBA guard, Detroit Pistons
1975     Drew Barrymore, born in Los Angeles, California, actress, ET, Firestarter, Poison Ivy
1975     Gregory Maddalone, Schenectady, New York, dance skater, & Demkowski
1974     Aaron Gavey, Sudbury, NHL center, Tampa Bay Lightning
1974     Kyoko Nagatsuka, Shizuoka Prefecture Japan, tennis star, 1996 Hobart
1973     James Christensen, NFL guard for the Atlanta Falcons
1973     Kate Sage, Australian field hockey forward 1996 Olympics
1973     Kimberly Davies, born in Melbourne, Australia, actress, Baywatch
1973     Ntala Skinner, Sun Valley Idaho, biathelete 1994 Olympics
1972     Christin Didier, Miss USA-Montana 1997
1972     Michael Chang, born in Hoboken, New Jersey, tennis star, 1989 French Open
1971     Jose Solano, born in Inglewood, California, actor, played Manny Gutierrez on Baywatch
1971     Gilbert Brown, NFL defensive tackle, Green Bay Packers Superbowl 31
1971     Jason Marshall, Cranbrook, NHL defenseman, Anaheim Mighty Ducks
1971     Lea Salonga, Philippines, singer and actress, Miss Siagon
1971     Lisa Fernandez, Lakewood California, softball pitcher, 1996 Olympics gold
1971     Max Lane, NFL tackle for the New England Patriots
1971     Mohammed Sylla, soccer player, Willem II, FC Martigues
1971     Rico Mack, WLAF linebacker for the Amsterdam Admirals
1970     Adam Keefe, born in Irvine, California, professional basketball player, power forward
1970     Dominic Roussel, Hull, NHL goalie, Winnipeg Jets
1970     Leo Stefan, hockey forward, Team Germany 1998
1969     Kahryn Tough, Calgary Alberta, volleyball 1996 Olympics
1969     Leslie Spalding, Billings MT, golfer, Montana Women's Amat-90, 91
1969     Mark Chmura, NFL tight end, Green Bay Packers Superbowl 31
1969     Shawn Jefferson, NFL wide receiver, San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots
1968     Abeyratne Samarasekera, UAE cricket all-rounder, 1996 World Cup
1968     Jayson Williams, NBA center, New Jersey Nets
1968     Jeri Ryan, actress, 7 of 9-Star Trek Voyager
1968     Johanne Samarasekera, UAE cricket opening bowler, 96 World Cup
1968     Reggie Rivers, NFL running back for the Denver Broncos
1967     Marianne Ihalainen, ice hockey right wing, Finland, 1998 Olympics
1967     Steve Broussard, NFL running back for the Seattle Seahawks
1966     Brent Severyn, Vegreville, NHL defenseman for the New York Islanders
1966     Resga Riggins, Trussville Alabama, Miss Alabama-America 1991
1966     Thorsten Kaye, soap actor, Patrick-One Life to Live, Silencers
1965     Chris Dudley, NBA center, New York Knicks, Portland Trail Blazers
1965     Joe Reekie, Victoria, NHL defenseman for the Washington Capitals
1965     Pat LaFontaine, born in St. Louis, Missouri, NHL center, New York Islanders, New York Rangers
1964     Gigi Fernandez, Beatriz, San Juan PR, U.S. tennis star, Gold Medal 1996 Olympics
1964     Jim Wicek, New York City, actor, Ben-Ryan's Hope
1963     Dave Besteman, Madison Wis, speed skater 1994 Olympics
1963     Devon Malcolm, cricketer, in Jamaica England fast bowler 1989-95
1963     Vijay Singh, Lautoka Fiji, PGA golfer, 1993 Buick Classic
1962     Lenda Murray, born in Detroit, Michigan, body builder, 4X Ms Olympia
1962     Lisa Jacquin, equestrian show jumper 1996 Olympics
1962     Steve Irwin, born in Essedon, Australia, wildlife expert, television personality, 'The Crocodile Hunter', wildlife documentary series
1961     Debbie Linden, born in Glasgow, Scotland, actress, Kenny Everett Show
1961     Don Van Spall, guitarist, Sleeze Beez
1961     Marla O'Hara, Gardena California, WPVA volleyballer, Santa Cruz-3rd-1991
1961     Mike Morris, NFL center for the Minnesota Vikings
1959     Susan Benjamin, actress, Tracy-Accidental Family
1958     Kyle MacLachlan, Yakima, Washington, actor, Blue Velvet, Dune, Hidden
1956     Amy Alcott, born in Kansas City, Missouri, LPGA golfer, 1983 Nabisco Dinah Shore
1955     Tim Young, born in Ontario, Canada, athlete, former professional ice hockey center in the National Hockey League
1952     James Philip Bagian, Philadelphia, MDPE/astronaut, STS-29, STS-40
1952     Wayne John Levi, Little Falls, New York, PGA golfer, 1983 Buick Open
1952     Bill Frist, born in Nashville, Tennessee, physician, politician, Republican, U.S. Senator from Tennessee
1951     Harley O. Staggers, Jr., born in Washington, D.C., Representative-D-West Virginia 1983 - 1993
1950     Ellen Greene, born in Brooklyn, New York, vocalist/actress, Little Shoppe of Horrors
1950     Julie Walters, England, actress, Educating Rita, Prick Up Your Ears
1950     Julius Erving, ABA/NBA forward, Virg Squirers, New York Nets, Philadelphia 76ers
1950     Miou-Miou, Paris, France, actress, Dog Day, My Other Husband
1950     Sylvette Miou-Miou, Paris, France, actress, Bottom Line, Menage
1950     Julius Irving, born in Roosevelt, New York, basketball, helped legitimize the now-defunct American Basketball Association (ABA)
1949     Leslie Charleson, Kansas City Missouri, actress, Monica-General Hospital
1949     Nikki Lauda, Austria, formula 1 auto racer, world champ 1975, 77, 84
1948     Dennis Awtrey, NBA center, Chicago Bulls, Suns
1947     John Wiley Bryant, born in Lake Jackson, Texas, Representative-D-Texas 1983 - 1997
1946     Dan Millman, born in America, author, wrote, published 14 self-help books, wrote 'The Life You Were Born to Live'
1945     Oliver, rock vocalist, Good Morning Starshine, Jean


1944     E J Peaker, Tulsa Oklahoma, actress, That's Life
1944     Jonathan Demme, born in Baldwin, New York, actor and director, Caged Heat, Swing Shift
1944     Ranjit Fernando, Sri Lankan cricket wicketkeeper, 1975 World Cup
1944     Tom Okker, born in Amsterdam, Netherlands, tennis player, nickname, The Flying Dutchman, world's top doubles player, 1969
1943     David Skaggs, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Representative-D-Colorado 1987 - 1999
1943     Dick Van Arsdale, NBA all-star, New York Knicks, Phoenix Suns
1943     Tom Van Arsdale, NBA all-star, Detroit, Cincinnati, KC-Omaha, Phil
1943     Terry Eagleton, English Critic
1940     Chet Walker, NBA all-star forward, Chicago Bulls
1940     Johnson P Mlambo, South African leader, Pan-African Congress
1940     Julian Chagrin, London, mime/actor, Golddiggers
1939     Steve Barber, pitcher, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees
1938     Bobby Hendricks, U.S. soul vocalist, Itchy Twitchy Feeling
1938     Ishmael Reed, U.S., author, Last Days of Louisiana Red
1937     Dubravko Detoni, composer
1937     Joanna Russ, U.S., sci-fi author, Hugo, Female Man, Alyx
1937     Noel Murphy, British rugby player
1937     Samuel Whitbread, English brewer/multi-millionaire
1937     Tommy Aaron, Gainesville Georgia, PGA golfer, 1973 Masters
1936     Ernie K-Doe, Ernest Kador Jr, born in New Orleans, Louisiana, rocker
1935     Ineke Haas-Berger, Dutch MP, PvdA
1934     George "Sparky" Anderson, South Dakota, baseball manager, Reds, Tigers
1934     Thomas Paul, born in Chicago, Illinois, bass, New York City Opera 1963-70
1933     Katharine Lucy Mary Worsley, England, Duchess of Kent
1932     Edward Kennedy, American Politician
1930     Allison Hayes, Washington, actress, Attack of the 50 Foot Woman
1930     JPS van Neerven, Dutch economist/editor, Limbourg Daily
1929     Marni Nixon, singer, for Audrey Hepburn, Natalie Wood and Deborah Kerr
1929     Ryne Duren, near-sighted pitcher, New York Yankees
1928     Bruce Forsyth, born in London, England, comedian/TV host, Generation Game
1928     Paul Dooley, Parkensburg, West Virginia, actor, 16 Candles, Strange Brew, Wedding
1927     David Ahlstrom, composer
1927     Donald May, born in Chicago, Illinois, actor, Adam-Edge of Night, Colt .45
1926     Bud Yorkin, producer, All in the Family, 1959, 1960 Emmy
1925     Edward Gorey, Chicago, author/artist, Curious Sofa
1925     Gerard Hoffnung, Berlin Germany, artist/humorist/musician
1925     Guy Mitchell, born in Detroit, Michigan, actor, Red Garters, 3 Redheads from Seattle
1925     Raymond Joseph Cecil, British architect
1922     Andre Asriel, born in Germany, composer, winner of 1951 National Prize for East Germany
1922     Felix Werder, composer
1921     Jean-Bedel Bokassa, dictator
1920     Bettina Vernon-Warren, dancer
1920     Del Wood, born in Nashville, Tennessee, given name Polly Adelaide Hendricks Hazelwood, singer, pianist
1920     Giulietta Masina, Italy, actress, La Strada, Swindle, White Sheik
1919     Jiri Pauer, composer
1918     Charles O Finley, baseball team owner for the Oakland A's
1918     Don Pardo, Westfield Massachusetts, TV announcer, Jeopardy, SNL
1918     Robert Wadlow, Alton, Illinois, tallest known human, 2.72 m, 8' 11.1"
1918     Sid Abel, NHLer, 1948-49 Hart Trophy
1917     Harmen van Rossum, civil servant/resistance fighter, WW II
1917     Jack Robertson, cricketer, superb England batsman only played 11 Tests
1917     Jane Bowles, born in New York, New York, writer, playwright, wrote 'Two Serious Ladies', 'In The Summer House'
1915     Dan Seymour, born in Chicago, Illinois, actor, We the People, Sing It Again
1915     Gus Lesnevich, light heavyweight boxing champ, 1947 fight of year
1914     Henry Reed, English Writer
1910     Al Sears, jazz performer
1910     Muriel Monkhouse, Red Cross worker
1910     Nicholas Monsarrat, Liverpool England, novelist
1909     Roderick Barclay, diplomat
1908     John Mills, England, actor, Big Sleep, King Rat, War and Peace
1908     Romulo Betancourt, President of Venezuela, 1945-48, 1958-64
1907     Robert Young, born in Chicago, Illinois, actor, Father Knows Best, Marcus Welby MD
1907     Sheldon Leonard, New York City, actor and director, Danny Thomas Show, Big Eddie
1906     Edmund von Borck, composer
1906     Gale Gordon, born in Los Angeles, California, actor, Conklin-Our Miss Brooks, Here's Lucy
1905     Luis Sandi, composer
1904     Peter Hurd, Roswell, New Mexico, painter, Portrait of Jose Herrera
1903     Morley Callaghan, Canada, author, Toronto Star, Native Argosy
1902     Hanns Neupert, German piano builder/author, Das Klavichord
1901     Charles E Whittaker, Kansas, U.S. Supreme Court justice, 1957-62
1901     Mildred Davis, Pennsylvania, actress, Grandma's Boy
1901     Stefan Lorant, born in Budapest, Hungary, writer, Hungarian-American filmmaker, photojournalist, opposed to Adolph Hitler, imprisoned
1900     Evald Aav, born in Talinn, Estonia, composer, studied music with Artur Kapp, composed Estonian opera Vikerlased (The Vikings)
1900     Giorgios Seferis, Greece, poet, Nobel 1963
1900     Luis Brunel, Calanda Spain, director, Tristana, Phantom of Liberty
1900     Sean O'Faolain, John Whelan, Ire, writer, Murder at Cobbler's Hulk
1899     Dwight Frye, Salina, Kansas, actor, Black Camel, Dracula, Frankenstein
1898     Anton de Kom, Surinam/Dutch worker's union leader/resistance fighter
1896     Edvin Wide, Sweden, 10K runner 1924 Olympics silver
1896     Enid Markey, born in Dillon, Colorado, actress, Aunt Violet-Bringing Up Buddy
1896     Nacio Herb Brown, U.S. composer
1896     Paul Van Ostaijen, Flemish poet/writer/critic, Occupied City
1895     Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, founder, Peruvian Aprista Party
1894     Alexander Spitzmuller-Harmersbach, composer
1892     David Dubinsky, labor leader, Freedom Award, 1969 Medal of Freedom
1892     Edna St. Vincent Millay, poet/dramatist, Harp Weaver-Pulitzer Prize
1891     Jan Wils, Holland, architect/designer, Amsterdam's Olympic Stadium
1891     Lucien Cailliet, composer
1889     Robin G Collingwood, English philosopher, Roman Britain
1889     Robin G. Collingwood, English Philosopher
1887     Mary Ellen Chase, educator/author, Windswept, 1959 Sarah Hale Award
1886     Hugo Ball, German playwright/co-founder Flametti
1884     Abraham "Abe" Attell, boxing hall of famer
1883     Alfred Wikenhauser, German RC exegetist, John-Apokalyps
1883     Jaroslav Kocian, composer
1883     Marguerite Clark, voice, Snow White
1882     Eric Gill, England, sculptor/engraver/typographer, Perpetua
1879     Johannes Bronsted, Danish physical chemist, acid-base reactions
1877     Yme C Schuitmaker, Dutch potato salesman/dramatist
1874     Bill Klem, American Athlete
1873     Muhammad Iqbal, Dutch East Indies lawyer/poet/philosopher
1868     Henri Polak, union leader/politician, soc-dem
1865     Otto Modersohn, German painter
1864     Jules Renard, France, writer, Poil de Carotte
1857     Heinrich Hertz, physicist, 1st to broadcast and receive radio waves
1857     Robert Baden-Powell, founder, Boy Scouts, Girl Guides
1852     Pieter K Pel, internist, Pel-Ebstein fever
1850     Isaac L. Rice, Germany, namesake of Columbia University's Rice stadium
1844     Kazamierz Julian Kratzer, composer
1843     Affonso de Escragnolle Taunay, France/Brazil writer, Inocencia
1843     Horst Koehler, German Statesman
1842     Carl Rosa, Hamburg Germany, founder, Rosa opera company
1842     Leon Vanderkindere, Belgian historian/mayor, Ukkel
1840     F August Bebel, German social-democrat
1840     August Bebel, German Politician
1838     Pierre Jules Cesar Janssen, discoverer of hydrogen in Sun
1836     Eduard Wachmann, composer
1834     Albert Heinrich Zabel, composer
1833     Josef Foerster, composer
1828     Robert Alexander Cameron, Major General Union volunteers
1827     James Barnet Fry, Major General Union Army
1822     Adolf Kuszmaul, German physician, stomach pump, Kuszmaul disease
1821     Giovanni Bottesini, composer
1819     Bernardo Calvo Puig, composer
1819     James Russell Lowell, poet and critic /diplomat/abolitionist
1817     Niels Wilhelm Gade, Danish violinist, composer and conductor
1814     Henryk Oskar Kolberg, composer
1810     Frederic F Chopin, Polish/French pianist/composer
1810     Holger Simon Paulli, composer
1798     Charles Mynn Thruston, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1797     William I, Berlin, King of Prussia, 1861-88, German Emperor, 1871-88
1796     Adolphe Quetelet, born in Belgium, mathematician, astronomer, and statistician
1788     Arthur Schopenhauer, Germany, philosopher, Great Pessimist
1779     Joachim Nicolas Eggert, composer
1778     Rembrandt Peale, portrait/historical painter, Court of Death
1773     Matthijs I van Bree, Flemish, court, painter
1772     Joseph Lipavsky, composer
1772     Karl Jacob Wagner, composer
1770     Jan Matyas Nepomuk August Vitasek, composer
1764     Alexander Campbell, composer
1761     Erik Eriksson Tulindberg, composer
1761     Jacob Kimball, composer
1749     Johann Nikolaus Forkel, musicologist/1st biographer of Bach
1748     Timothy Dexter, American Businessman
1745     Joao de Sousa Carvalho, composer
1732     George Washington, born in Virginia, 1st President, 1789 - 1797
1705     Peter Arctedius, Swedish biologist
1684     William Pulteney, London, statesman, Earl of Bath
1634     Petrus "Pieter" van Schooten, fortress architect
1599     Anthony Van Dyck, Antwerp Belgium, painter
1573     Gemignano Capilupi, composer
1542     Santino Garsi, composer
1533     Peter Bornemisza, Hungarian vicar/author/publisher, Tragoedia
1514     Tahmasp I, shah of Persia, 1524 - 1576, author, Tazkire-i Shah
1440     Ladislaus V Posthumus, King of Hungary/Bohemia
1403     Charles VII, King of France, 1422-61, drove out English





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