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1992     Libby [Elizabeth] Callahan, Columbia, South Carolina, sport pistol 1996 Olympics
1976     Samaki Walker, NBA forward, Dallas Mavericks
1975     Hercules Kyvelos, born in Montreal, Quebec, boxer 1996 Olympics
1974     Detron Smith, NFL running back, Denver Broncos Superbowl 32
1974     Tamarick Vanover, NFL wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs
1973     Daryl Gardener, defensive end for the Miami Dolphins
1973     Kirrily Sharpe, born in Bankstown, Australia, tennis star, 1995 Futures-Saga-JPN
1972     Chris Harrison, guard, Detroit Lions
1972     Erwin van de Looi, soccer player, Vitesse
1972     Sean Harris, NFL linebacker for the Chicago Bears
1971     Andrew Hermann, U.S. 50K walker 1996 Olympics
1971     Byron Dafoe, Sussex Eng, NHL goalie for the Los Angeles Kings
1971     David Fox, U.S., 50m freestyle, Olympics-6th-96
1971     Helen Dobson, Skegness England, golfer, 1993 State Farm Rail Classic
1971     Jennifer LaVoie, Nashua, New Hampshire, playmate, Aug, 1993
1971     Nova Peris, Darwin Australia, field hockey left halfback 1996 Olympics
1971     Sean Astin, born in Los Angeles, California, actor, Goonies, Toy Soldiers
1970     Alfred Jordan, CFL cornerback for the Calgary Stampeders
1970     Brian O'Neal, NFL full back for the San Francisco 49ers
1970     Corey Mayfield, NFL defensive tackle for the Jacksonville Jaguars
1970     Dave Brown, NFL quarterback for the New York Giants
1970     Joe Bowden, NFL linebacker, Houston/Tennessee Oilers
1970     Troy Mallette, Sudbury, NHL left wing, Ottawa Senators
1969     Donald Hodge, NBA center, Charlotte Hornets
1969     Kerry Dienelt, Australian softball catcher/1st baseman, Bronze Medal 1996 Olympics
1969     Michelle Gibson, equestrian dressage 1996 Olympics bronze
1968     David Hulse, U.S. baseball outfielder for the Texas Rangers
1967     Jenny Byrne, born in Perth, Australia, tennis star, 1984 Futures-Wyong-AUS
1967     Nick Leeson, British banker, Baring bank
1967     Rich Rowland, U.S. baseball catcher for the Detroit Tigers
1966     Don Anurasiri, cricketer, Sri Lankan slow left-armer
1966     Samantha Phillips, Ft. Meade, Maryland, Penthouse Pet
1966     Stacey Cortez, actress, Sheila Cantillan-General Hospital
1966     Tea Leoni, New York City, actress, Flying Blind, Naked Truth
1965     Carrot Top, Florida, comedian, American Comedy Award-1994
1965     Veronica Webb, supermodel/actress, Jungle Fever, Malcolm X
1964     Don Majkowski, NFL quarterback, Detroit Lions
1964     Steve Nevius, film editor, Eden, Fall Time, Damascus
1963     Tom McHale, NFL tackle for the Miami Dolphins
1963     Nancy O'Dell, American Celebrity
1962     Birgit Fischer, born in East Germany, 500m kayaker, 1980 Olympics gold
1962     Cammy Ciarelli, Iowa City, WPVA volleyballer, Best of Beach-2nd-1995
1961     Ricky Gervais, English Writer
1960     Glen Bishop, cricketer, S Aussie bat, 2 ODI's for Australia 1987
1959     Mike Peters, rocker, Alarm-In the Summertime
1958     Kurt Rambis, NBA forward, Lakers, Hornets, Clark Kent look-a-like
1957     Stuart "Woody" Wood, Scot, guitarist, Bay City Rollers-Saturday Night
1956     Davie Cooper, born in Hamilton, Scotland, David 'Davie' Cooper, professional soccer player, signed by Ranger for 100,000 pounds
1955     Leann Hunley, actress, Dane Carrington-Dynasty, Dawson's Creek
1955     Jim Gerlach, American Politician
1954     Steve Rixon, Australian cricket wicket-keeper, 1977-85
1953     Garrett Glaser, entertainment correspondent, Entertainment Tonight
1953     Jose Maria Aznar, Spanish Statesman
1953     Martin Kippenberger, German Artist
1952     James A. Barcia, born in Bay City, Michiga, Representative-D-Michigan 2003 -
1952     Joey Dunlop, Irish Celebrity
1950     Anthony Lloyd, born in England, politician, Labor Party, Member of Parliament for Manchester Central, gay rights supporter
1950     Emitt Rhodes, musician, Merry-go-Round
1950     Neil Jordan, born in Sligo, Ireland, director, filmmaker, novelist, won Academy-Award for movie, The Crying Game
1950     Rick Flair, Richard Fliehr, wrestling champ, NWA/WWF/WCW/AWA
1950     Nestor Kirchner, Argentinian Statesman
1949     James Sempill, born in Scotland, 21st Lord Sempill, Peerage of Scotland, created in 1489 for Sir John Sempill
1948     G B Warren, British biochemist
1947     Eddie Thomson, Australian soccer coach, Olyroos, 1996 Olympics
1947     Lee Edward Evans, Madera California, 400m runner, Olympic-2 gold-1968
1947     Lewis Moonie, born in Dundee, England, Baron Moonie, politician, life peer, Labor Party, Member of Parliament for Kircaldy
1945     Elkie Brooks, Manchester England, rocker, Pearl's a Singer
1945     Shivadhar Srinivasa Naipaul, Trinidad, novelist, essayist, Fireflies
1944     Karen Grassle, born in Berkeley, California, actress, Caroline-Little House on Prairie
1944     Kristina Holland, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Tina-Courtship of Eddie's Father
1943     George Harrison, rocker, Beatle/Travelling Willberries-My Sweet Lord
1943     Maryann Amacher, composer
1943     Sally Jessy Raphael, American Entertainer
1941     David Puttnam, London, film producer/CEO, Columbia Pictures
1941     Ramon Pagayon Santos, composer


1941     Stewart Sutherland, Principal/Vice-Chancellor, Edinburgh University
1941     Susan Browning, Baldwin, New York, actress, Pat-Mary Hartman
1940     Billy Packer, Wellsville, New York, basketball sportscaster, CBS
1940     George Paul, CEO, Norwich Union Insurance Group
1940     Hector MacKenzie, trade unionist
1940     Jesus Lopez-Cobos, Toro Spain, conductor, International Conductor Competition
1940     Jud Taylor, actor, Dr. Gerson-Dr. Kildare
1940     Ron Santo, shortstop, Cubs, 1st baseball player to veto his trade
1939     A C F Verity, master, Dulwich College
1939     Marisa Mell, Graz Austria, actress, Masquerade, Casanova '70
1938     Diane Baker, born in Hollywood, California, actress, Diary of Anne Frank, Marnie
1938     Farokh Engineer, Indian cricket wicket-keeper, 1961-75
1938     Herb Elliott, born in Australia, 1500m runner 1960 Olympics gold
1937     Basia Johnson, maid, inherited Johnson and Johnson fortune
1937     Bob Schieffer, born in Austin, Texas, newscaster, CBS Weekend News
1937     Tom Courtenay, born in England, actor, Dresser, Dr. Zhivago, To Catch a Spy
1936     Jonnie Nicely, playmate, Aug, 1956
1936     Norman Orville Scribner, composer
1935     Tony Campolo, born in America, pastor, speaker, author, promotes evangelical reform, leader, 'Red Letter Christian' movement
1934     Roger Nicholas Edwards, born in England, Lord Crickhowell, Baron Crickhowell, politician, Conservative Party
1934     Michael Wheeler-Booth, Clerk of the Parliaments
1932     Faron Young, country singer and actor, Hidden Guns, Daniel Boone
1932     Laurence New, Major-General
1932     Martin William Karlins, composer
1931     Edward Kellett-Bowman, British MEP
1931     J R Stephenson, Lt-colonel/Secretary, MCC
1930     Erica Pedretti, born in Sternberk, Czech Republic, author, writer, artist, painter, sculptress, awarded, Ingeborg Bachmann Prize
1929     Christopher George, Royal Oak, Minnesota, actor, Rat Patrol, Immortal
1929     Peter Bingham Hinchcliff, British church historian, 1 Sided Reciprocity
1929     Peter Hinchcliff, historian
1929     Tommy Newsom, Virginia, musician/bandleader/saxophonist, Tonight Show
1928     Keith Williamson, British RAF marshal
1928     Larry Gelbart, writer/producer/actor, Oh God!, M*A*S*H
1928     Richard Stern, U.S. writer
1927     Dick Jones, Snyder, Texas, actor, Buffalo Bill Jr
1927     Jacques Monod, composer
1927     Jane Nigh, born in Hollywood, California, actress, Lorelei-Big Town
1927     Ralph Stanley, country singer
1926     Harvey McGregor, QC/warden, New College-Oxford
1925     Bert Remsen, Glen Cove, New York, actor, Mario-It's a Living
1924     Peg Ridge, peace campaigner
1923     Roger Parker, Lord Justice of Appeal
1922     Matti Rautio, composer
1920     Antony Duff, born in England, served Royal Navy during World War II, Deputy Governor of Southern Rhodesia, diplomat
1920     Hayes Gordon, born in Boston, Massachusetts, actor, Sky Pirates, Dark Room
1919     F de Jong Edz, Dutch historian
1919     Monty Irvin, baseball hall of famer for the New York Giants
1918     Henry Norwood Ewell, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 4x100m runner 1948 Olympics gold
1918     Bobby Riggs, U.S. tennis star, U.S. Open 1939, 41
1917     Anthony Burgess, essayist/novelist, Clockwork Orange
1917     Asta E R Elstak, Suriname/Dutch social worker
1916     Ian Wallace, British CEO
1916     Ralph Baldwin, harness driver, set 11 major world records
1914     John Arlott, cricketer, the doyen of cricket commentators and writers
1913     Gert Froebe, Saxony Germany, actor, Goldfinger
1913     Jim Backus, Cleveland, actor, Mr Magoo, Thurston Howell III-Gilligan Is
1912     Richard Wattis, England, actor, Hobson's Choice, Prince and Showgirl
1910     Millicent Fenwick, Representative-R-New Jersey 1975 - 1982, Doonesbury
1909     Edgar Pangborn, U.S., sci-fi author, Judgment of Eve, Davy
1909     John Evan "Jasper" Weston Mather, writer
1908     Frank G Slaughter, author, Sangaree
1907     Mary Coyle Chase, playwright, Harvey-Pulitzer Prize
1907     Shimen Rushkin, Poland, actor, Beau Brummel, Having a Wonderful Time
1906     Boris Papandopulo, composer
1906     Domingo Ortega, Spanish bullfighter
1906     Howard Zahniser, Father of Wilderness Act
1906     Warren Hymer, New York City, actor, Girl From Havana, Meet the Mob
1904     Adelle Davis, author, Lets Stay Healthy, nutritionist, died of cancer
1902     Max Kommerell, German literary/author, Die Gefangenen
1902     Oscar Cullmann, Swiss theologist, Das Petrusproblem
1901     Federico Ghisi, composer
1901     [Herbert] Zeppo Marx, New York City, comedian/actor, Marx Brothers
1900     Jed Harris, producer/director, Billy Rose Show, Operation Mad Ball
1899     Leo J Weisgerber, German linguist
1898     William Thomas Astbury, English physicist/chemist, textiles
1896     John Little McClellan, born in Sheridan, Arkansas, Senator-D-Arkansas 1943 - 1977
1895     DeBenneville "Bert" Bell, Pennsylvania, NFL owner/commissioner/HOF, Eagles
1895     Henri Martelli, composer
1894     Ernst Friedrich, Breslau Germany, pacifist, War Against War!
1894     Howard Wendell, Poland, actor, 4 Skulls of Jonathan Drake
1890     Myra Hess, born in London, England, concert pianist
1888     John Foster Dulles, U.S. Secretary of State, 1953 - 1959
1887     Leonard Carey, England, actor, Laughter
1882     Jozef Goossenaerts, Flemish philologist, Language boundary
1882     Ludvig Nordstrom, Sweden, writer, Story of Peter Svensk
1881     William Foster, Massachusetts, Communist President candidate, 1924,28,32
1879     Otakar Ostrcil, composer
1873     Enrico Caruso, Naples Italy, operatic tenor, Faust
1871     Oliver Samuel Campbell, tennis champ, U.S. Open-1890
1868     Anthony J Block, Dutch lawyer, strafproces
1866     Benedetto Croce, Italy, humanist/historian/editor/philosopher
1860     Menso Kamerlingh Onnes, painter/water colors painter
1860     William James Ashley, English economic-historian
1857     Margaret Deland, American Novelist
1855     George Bonnor, cricketer, big-hitting Aussie batter 1880-1888
1847     John Watson, Canada, philosopher, Objective Idealism
1842     Karl May, German writer, Old Shatterhand/Winnetou
1841     Pierre Auguste Renoir, Limoges France, Impressionist painter/sculptor
1840     Alexis Hollander, composer
1840     Otto Liebmann, German philosopher, Climax of Theories
1833     Clement Anselm Evans, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1833     Julie Verstraete-Lacquet, Flemish actress
1832     Theodorus J I Arnold, bibliographer, Bibliotheca Belgian
1815     Robert Hall Chilton, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1814     Taras Shevchenko, Ukrainian national poet/painter, 3/9 NS,
1811     Carl Schuberth, composer
1809     George Washington Cullom, Major General Union Army
1808     James Bowen, Major General Union volunteers
1807     George Alfred Trenholm, Secretary Treasury, Confederacy
1794     Gerrit Schimmelpenninck, Dutch earl of Nijenhuis/Peckedam
1788     Mateo Ferrer, composer
1778     Jose Francisco de San Martin, liberated Argentina, Chile and Peru
1735     Ernst William Wolf, composer
1732     Robert Hudson, composer
1731     Simon Stijl, Frisian physician/writer
1727     Armand-Louis Couperin, Paris, France, organist/composer, Notre Dame
1725     Karl Wilhelm Ramler, German poet, Geistliche Kantaten
1707     Carlo Goldoni, Italy, lawyer/playwright, Belisario, Love of 3 Oranges
1680     Philipp Hyacinth Lobkowitz, composer
1643     Ahmed II, 21st sultan of Turkey, 1691-95
1635     Walraad, the Elder, Dutch Field Marshall/earl of Nassau-Usingen





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