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1979     Lauren Alviti, Miss Rhode Island Teen USA 1997
1977     Ludmila Richterova, born in Kosice, Slovakia, tennis star
1976     Andrea Barber, actress, Kimmy Gibbler-Full House
1976     Henry Olonga, cricketer, 1st black Zimbabwe Test cricketer vs. Pak 1995
1976     Shane Lynch, born in Dublin, Ireland, Irish singer, Boyzone
1975     Jennifer Salinas, Miss USA-Illinois 1997
1975     John Hargis, born in Little Rock, Arkansas, 100m butterfly 1996 Olympics
1975     Keri Houlihan, actress, Molly-Our House
1974     Jamie Feick, NBA forward for the Milwaukee Bucks
1973     Adrian Aucoin, Ottawa, NHL defenseman, Vancouver Canucks
1973     Devin Bush, NFL strong safety for the Atlanta Falcons
1973     Fred Rodriguez, born in Bogota, Colombia, cyclist 1996 Olympics
1972     Leigh Andrew-Pearso, North Vancouver BC Canada, 470 yachter 1996 Olympics
1972     Ontiwaun Carter, WLAF running back for the Rhein Fire
1971     Terry Irving, NFL outside linebacker for the Arizona Cardinals
1970     Preston Jones, WLAF quarterback for the London Monarchs
1970     Teemu Selanne, born in Helsinki, Finland, NHL right wing, Anaheim Mighty Ducks
1970     Victor Bailey, NFL wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs
1969     Elan Carter, born in Nutley, New Jersey, playmate, June, 1994
1968     Jeff Phillips, born in Westwood, New Jersey, actor, Hart Jessup-Guiding Light
1968     Teppo Numminen, born in Tampere, Finland, NHL defenseman, Winnipeg Jets, Coyotes
1967     Amy Van Horne, actress, Carla Solieto-The City
1966     Moises Alou, born in Atlanta, Georgia, outfielder for the Montreal Expos
1966     Neil O'Donnell, NFL quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers
1965     Arno Hofstede, Dutch soccer player, Willem II, Go Ahead Eagles
1965     Bobby Gage, born in Winsted, California, Nike golfer, 1993 NIKE Wichita Open-16th
1965     Dan Land, NFL cornerback and safety for the Oakland Raiders
1965     Greg Vaughn, born in Sacramento, California, outfielder, Milwaukee Brewers, San Diego Padres
1965     Shinya Hashimoto, born in Toki Gity, Japan, professional wrestler, competed in New Japan Pro Wrestling in the mid 1980s and 1990s
1965     Vinson Smith, NFL linebacker for the Chicago Bears
1965     Connie Nielsen, Danish Actress
1964     Joe Hamorski, born in Peru, Indiana, Nike golfer, 1994 NIKE Greater Greenville-9th
1964     Louis Clark, NFL receiver, Seattle, WLAF coach for the Amsterdam Admirals
1964     Pia Reyes, born in Manila, Philipines, playmate, Nov, 1988
1964     Warren Newson, born in Newnan, Georgia, outfielder for the Texas Rangers
1964     Yeardley Smith, born in Paris, France, actress, writer, painter, known for role as Lisa Simpson on 'The Simpsons'
1963     Don August, born in Inglewood, California, baseball player, pitcher, batted right-handed, pitched right-handed
1963     Tracey Emin, English Artist
1962     Hunter Tylo, model, Pantene, actress, Bold and Beautiful
1962     Taylor Dayne, New York, vocalist, Tell it to My Heart
1962     Thomas Gibson, actor, Dr. Daniel Nyland-Chicago Hope
1962     Tom Cruise, Syracuse, actor, Risky Business, Jerry MaGuire, Rainman
1961     Liz Stewart, born in San Francisco, California, playmate, July, 1984
1961     Vince Clarke, born in Basildon, Essex, rock keyboardist, Erasure
1960     Jack Daugherty, born in Hileyah, Florida, professional baseball player, outfielder
1959     Andreas Wisniewski, born in Berlin, West Germany, actor, Living Daylights
1959     Stephen Pearcy, born in Los Angeles, California, heavy metal vocalist, RATT-Round and Round
1959     Stoyan Deltchev, born in Bulgaria, horizontal bar gymnast, 1980 Olympics gold
1959     Julie Burchill, British Journalist
1958     Aaron Tippin, born in Pensacola, Florida, singer, You've Got to Stand for Something
1958     Robert Foth, born in Buffalo, New York, air rifle, Olympics-1988, 92, 96
1957     Danny Heep, born in San Antonio, Texas, Daniel William Heep, athlete, baseball player, outfielder, coach
1957     Faye Resnick, author, Nicole Brown Simpson-Private Diary
1957     Laura Branigan, born in Brewster, New York, vocalist, Gloria
1956     Eddie Edwards, South Africa, tennis star
1956     Montel Williams, TV talk show host, Montel
1955     Julia Lyndon, born in Buffalo, New York, playmate, August, 1977
1955     Matt Keough, baseball player, Oakland A's, New York Yankees
1955     Mike Corby, born in Windsor, England, rocker, guitarist, keyboard player, member of The Basbys
1955     Neil Clar, rock guitarist, Lloyd Cole and The Commotions
1953     Alynne Beth Amkraut, born in Amityville, New York, entertainer
1953     Frank Tanana, baseball pitcher, California Angels
1952     Andy Fraser, born in Paddington, West London, pianist, guitarist, songwriter, wrote hits for Robert Palmer, Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker
1952     Alan Autry, NFLer for the Green Bay Packers/actor, Heat of the Night
1952     Wasim Raja, cricketer, bro of Rameez, Pakistani lefty bat and leggie
1951     Jean-Claude Duvalier, Papa Doc, deposed Haitian president-for-life
1951     Richard Hadlee, born in Christchurch, New Zealand, cricket bowler, 431 wickets
1951     Jean Claude Duvalier, Haitian Statesman
1950     Damon Harris, born in Baltimore, Maryland, rocker, Temptations-My Girl
1950     Ewen Chatfield, New Zealand cricketer pace bowler, 1975-89
1949     Jan Smithers, born in North Hollywood, California, actress, Bailey-WKRP
1949     Susan Penhaligon, born in Manilla, Philippines, actress, Dracula, Nasty Habits
1948     Paul Barrere, rock vocalist and guitarist, Little Feat-Sailin' Shoes
1948     Peter Ruzicka, born in Dusseldorf, Germany, professor, composer, conductor, composes stage, orchestral, chamber, vocal music


1947     Betty Buckley, born in Big Springs, Texas, actress, Abby-8 is Enough, 1776, Cats
1947     Dave Barry, born in Armonk, New York, humorist, author, Pulitzer-prize winner for Commentary 1988, style capitalizes on absurdities
1945     Iain MacDonald-Smith, born in England, yachtsman, Gold Medal 1968 Olympics
1945     Michael Cole, born in Madison, Wisconsin, actor, Pete-Mod Squad
1945     Michael Martin, born in Glasgow, Scotland, politician, Speaker of the House of Commons
1944     Paul Young, actor, Another Time Another Place
1943     Gary Waldhorn, actor, To the Camp and Back
1943     Judith Durham, born Melbourne, Australia, Judith Mavis Cock, singer, jazz, lead vocalist for The Seekers
1943     Norman E. Thagard, born in Marianna, Florida, MD/astronaut, STS-7, 51-B, 30, 42, 71, Mir
1942     Kurtwood Smith, born in New Lisbon, Wisconsin, actor, Rambo III, Robocop
1941     Adoor Gopalakrishnan, cinematographer, Kathapurushan, Mathulikal
1941     Gloria Allred, feminist attorney
1940     Cesar Tovar, baseball player
1940     Fontella Bass, born in St. Louis, Missouri, vocalist, Rescue Me
1940     Heather Steel, British judge
1940     Lance Larson, U.S., 100m freestyle swimmer 1960 Olympics silver
1940     Lamar Alexander, American Politician
1939     Jay Tarses, born in Baltimore, Maryland, actor and writer, Open All Night, Duck Factory
1938     Shin Geum Dan, born in North Korea, 400m/800m runner, 1962 world record
1937     Tom Stoppard, born in Czechoslovakia, playwright, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern-1968 Tony
1936     Anthony Lester, CEO, Runnymede Trust
1936     Eric Russell, cricketer, England opening batsman early 60s
1935     Harrison H "Jack" Schmitt, Santa Rita, New Mexico, astronaut, Apollo 17
1935     John Swan, raised in Deepdale, Bermuda, politician, United Bermuda Party, Premier of Bermuda 1982 - 1985
1935     Jack Schmitt, American Astronaut
1932     Richard Scaife, American Businessman
1931     Andres Burnier, criminologist/author, Jongensuur
1930     Carlos Kleiber, Berlin Germany, conductor, Bavarian State Orchestra 1968
1930     Pete Fountain, born in New Orleans, jazz clarinetist, Lawrence Welk 1957-59
1929     Eustace Gibbs, vice marshal, Diplomatic Corps
1928     Evelyn Anthony, English historical writer, Poellenberg Inheritance
1928     John Wills, lord-lt of Avon England
1927     Charles Vandenhove, Belgian architect, Standard-Omnisporthal, Luik
1927     Ken Russell, England, director, Tommy, Altered States, Gothic
1926     Johnny Coles, trumpeter
1926     Joseph M. Gaydos, born in Braddock, Pennsylvania, Representative-D-Pennsylvania 1968 - 1993
1925     Michael Oliver, cardiologist
1924     Geoffrey Sammons, senior partner, Allen and Overy
1924     Sellapan Ramanathan, Statesman
1923     Baroness Ryder, of Warsaw and Cavendish, worked for sick and disabled
1923     Emmanuel Bankole Timothy, journalist
1923     William Mills, painter
1922     Art Fowler, baseball player
1922     Corneille [Cornelis G of Beverloo], Dutch painter, Africa, Antilles
1922     Francois Reichenbach, French director, La douceur du Village
1922     Tom Hudson, artist/teacher
1921     Susan Peters, Spokane, Washington, actress, Random Harvest, Young Ideas
1920     John Ayers Lessard, composer
1920     Louise Allbritton, born in Oklahoma City, actress, Celia-Stage Door, Got a Secret
1918     Lord Mulley, British MP, Labour
1917     Helene Cordet, entertainer/nightclub owner
1913     Dorothy Kilgallen, born in Chicago, Illinois, columnist, What's My Line?
1913     Hugh Stirling MacKenzie, British vice admiral
1913     William Deakin, warden, St. Anthony's College Oxford
1912     Edward Jones, North Ireland lord justice of appeals
1911     Joe Hardstaff, Jr., cricketer, son of Joseph, 23 Tests for England
1910     Bernard Burrows, British diplomat
1910     Eric Franklin, Indian civil servant
1909     Earl Butz, born in Indiana, served as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture during the Nixon and Ford administrations
1909     Lucy Kroll, entertainment agent
1909     Stavros Niachos, born in Greece, shipping magnate, Those Fabulous Greeks
1908     Thomas Narcejac, Rochefort-sur-Mer France, writer, Vertigo
1908     M. F. K. Fisher, American Writer
1907     Arthur Steel, Dutch architect, Group '32
1907     Gene Gutche, born in Berlin, Germany, composer, wrote neo-Romantic work, experimented with polytonality, microtones, serialism
1906     Francis Steegmuller, U.S., biographer, Cocteau
1906     George Sanders, Russia, actor, All About Eve-Academy Award 1950
1906     Gwendolen Rees, zoologist
1903     Jean du Bela, Simon Buytekant, singer and actor, Chaste Susanna
1902     Jack Newman, New Zealand cricket lefty pace bowler, 1932-33, later knighted
1900     John Mason Brown, born in Louisville, Kentucky, critic, Tonight on Broadway
1899     Klimenty Arkad'yevich Korchmaryov, composer
1899     Otto Reinhold, composer
1896     Doris Lloyd, actress, Bachelor Father, Charley's Aunt, Sarah and Son
1895     Oles' Semyonovich Chishko, composer
1893     Mississippi John Hurt, rocker
1892     Wilhelm Rettich, composer
1886     Francis Carcopino, French author/critic, L'Homme Traque
1886     Raymond A. Spruance, U.S. admiral/fleet commander/ambassador
1883     Alfred Korzybski, born in Poland, scientist, Science and Sanity
1883     Franz Kafka, Czechoslovakia, author, Metamorphosis, Trial, Amerika
1883     Moses Leverock Crossley, U.S. bio-chemist
1881     Leon Errol, Australian actor, Ziegfeld Follies, What a Blonde!
1880     Carl Schuricht, composer
1879     Philippe Gaubert, composer
1878     George M. Cohan, actor/singer, Phantom President, Give My Regards to Broadway
1875     Ernst F. Sauerbruch, German nazi/surgeon
1874     Apirana Turupa Ngata, Kawaka New Zealand, Maori political/cultural leader
1872     Habib Ullah Chan, emir of Afghanistam, 1901-19
1871     W. H. Davies, born in Newport, Monmouthsire, Wales, poet, writer, related to actor Sir Henry Irving, cared for by grandparents
1871     Vicente Arregui Garay, composer
1870     Richard B. Bennett, C, 11th Canadian PM, 1930-35
1862     Friedrich Ernst Koch, composer
1860     Charlotte Perkins Gilman, economist/lecturer/author/feminist
1860     William Wallace, composer
1855     Piotr Maszynski, composer
1854     Leos Janacek, Hukvaldy Moravia Czechoslovakia, composer, Foster Suite
1852     Theodore Robinson, American Artist
1850     Alfredo Kiel, composer
1846     Achilles Alferaki, composer
1828     John Austin Wharton, Major General Confederate Army
1819     Louis Theodore Gouvy, composer
1814     Janis Cimze, composer
1802     Joseph Labitzky, composer
1796     Nikoli A. Poveloi, Russian writer/publisher, Sotsjinenija,
1794     Eberhard F. Walcker, German organ builder, Paulskirche Frankfurt
1793     John Claire, England, poet
1738     John Singleton Copley, Massachusetts, finest colonial American artist
1731     Samuel Huntington, Gov-Ct, Continental Congress president
1729     George Leonard, American Lawyer
1728     Robert Adam, architect/designer, Adelphi Terrace, London
1687     Arnold Hoogvliet, Dutch poet, Abraham the Patriarch
1683     Edward Young, English poet, Revenge, Complaint
1567     Samuel de Champlain, explorer, Lake Champlain
1423     Louis XI, King of France, 1461-83





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