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1978     Cristina Teuscher, born in New Rochelle, New York, 4X200m freestyle, 1996 Olympic gold
1978     Tara Mounsey, ice hockey defenseman, USA, 1988 Olympics
1974     Chris Carr, NBA guard for the Phoenix Suns, Minnesota Timberwolves
1973     Antonio Banks, cornerback for the Minnesota Vikings
1973     Gabriel Mendez, Australian soccer midfielder, Olyroos, 1996 Olympics
1973     Keif Bryant, NFL defensive end for the Seattle Seahawks
1973     Louis Laros, Dutch soccer player, Willem II, Vitesse
1972     Alisa Castillo, Miss Nevada USA, 1996
1971     Greg Hansell, born in Bellflower, California, pitcher for the Minnesota Twins
1971     Isaiah Rider, NBA guard and forward for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Port Trailblazers
1971     Raul Mondesi, born in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic, outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers
1970     Michael Bankston, NFL defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals
1970     Rex Walters, NBA guard for the Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat
1970     Rod Smith, NFL cornerback for the Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers
1969     Graham Coxon, born in Rintein, West Germany, musician, instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, painter, lead guitarist and singer for Blur
1969     J. P. Izquierdo, CFL slot back for the Calgary Stampeders
1969     Karen Snelgrove, London Ontario, softball pitcher 1996 Olympics
1969     Muhammad Oliver, NFL cornerback and safety for the Washington Redskins
1968     Merton Hanks, NFL safety for the San Francisco 49ers
1968     Aaron Eckhart, American Actor
1967     Irvin Smith, CFL cornerback, for the Montreal Alouettes
1967     Rowelle Blenman, WLAF cornerback and safety, London Monarchs
1966     Alecia Stephenson, born in North Vancouver, British Columbia, softball, 1996 Olympics
1966     Erich Fischer, born in Dinuba, California, U.S. water polo, 1992 Olympics
1966     Grant Long, NBA forward for the Detroit Pistons, Atlanta Hawks
1965     Fran Harris, WNBA guard for the Houston Comets
1965     Molly Van Nostrand, born in West lslip, New York, tennis star
1965     Randy Dixon, NFL guard for the Indianapolis Colts
1965     Steve Finley, born in Union City, Tennessee, outfielder for the San Diego Padres
1964     Tony Terry, rock producer, Tony Terry
1963     Candy Costie, born in Seattle, Washington synchronized swimmer, 1984 Olympic gold
1963     Joaquim Carvalho Cruz, Brazil, 800m runner 1984 Olympics gold
1963     John Andretti, born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, race car driver
1963     Julia Campbell, born in Huntsville, Alabama, actress, Opportunity Knocks
1962     Darryl Strawberry, born in Los Angeles, California, right fielder for the Mets, Dodgers, Yankees
1962     Gunde Svan, Swedish long jumper 1984,1988 Olympics gold
1960     Courtney B. Vance, born in Detroit, Michigan, actor, Hamburger Hill
1960     Eldine Baptiste, cricketer, WI all-rounder early 80's
1958     Debra Jensen, born in Orange County, California, playmate, January, 1978
1957     Jerry Levine, born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, actor, Born on 4th of July
1957     Marlon D. Jackson, born in Gary, Indiana, singer, Jackson 5-Maybe Tomorrow
1957     Steve Harris, born in London, hard rock bassist, Iron Maiden-Gypsy's Kiss
1956     Dale Murphy, born in Portland, Oregon, slugger, Atlanta Braves, 2 time NL MVP
1953     Labamba, Richard Rosenberg, rocker, Asbury Jukes
1953     Carl Hiaasen, American Writer
1951     Caren Kaye, born in New York City, actress, My Tutor, Bambi-Blansky's Beauties
1951     Jack Green, musician, guitar, played with T. Rex, The Pretty Things, member of Rainbow, launched solo album Humanesque
1950     Jon Provost, born in Los Angeles, California, actor, known for childhood role as Timmy Martin on television series, Lassie
1950     Willie Duggan, rugby football player
1949     Bill Payne, born in Waco, Texas, rock keyboardist, Little Feat-Time Loves a Hero
1949     David Mellor, secretary of the British treasury and MP
1949     Mary Alice Williams, news reporter, NBC-TV
1949     Mike Gibbons, born in Swansea, Wales, rock drummer, Badfinger
1949     Sara Lane, born in New York City, actress, Elizabeth Grainger-The Virginian
1948     Dana Walden, rock keyboardist, Champaign
1948     James Taylor, born in Boston, Massachusetts, vocalist and guitarist, Up on the Roof
1948     Kent Conrad, Sen-D North Dakota
1948     Les Holroyd, born in Oldham, England, rocker, Barclay James Harvest
1948     Virginia Bottomley, secretary, Heritage
1948     Virginia Bottomley, British minister of state health
1947     Jill O'Hara, born in Warren, Pennsylvania, Broadway actress, Promises! Promises!
1947     Mitt Romney, American Politician
1946     Liza Minnelli, born in Hollywood, California, singer and actress, Sterile Cuckoo, Cabaret
1945     Hans van Emden, Dutch guitarist, Les Baroques
1942     Bert Campaneris, baseball player for the Oakland A's
1942     Paul Kantner, born in San Francisco, California, rock singer/guitarist, Jefferson Airplane
1942     Salvatore "the Bull" Gravano, mobster, testified against Gotti
1940     Al Jarreau, born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, jazz singer, Moonlighting
1940     Albert Johanneson, soccer star
1939     Barbara Feldon, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, actress, Agent 99-Get Smart
1939     David Mlinaric, British interior director
1938     Dimitri Terzakis, composer
1938     Johnny Rutherford, auto racer, 26 championship races
1938     Karl Soderlund, born in Duluth, Minnesota, Mr. Sally Jesse Raphael


1938     Millie Perkins, actress, Diary of Anne Frank, Table for 5, Shooting
1938     Norman Hogg, born in Scotland, politician, Labor Party, Member of Parliament for Cumbernauld and Kilsyth 1983 - 1997
1938     Tona Scherchen-Hsiao, composer
1938     Vijay Mehra, cricketer, Indian Test batsman from age 17
1937     Elizabeth Vaughan, opera soprano, Victor-Victoria
1936     Anthony Loehnis, vice chairman, S G Warburg and Co
1936     Keith Slater, cricketer, one Test for Australia 1958-59 series
1936     Lloyd Dobbins, born in Newport News, Virginia, newscaster, NBC News Overnight
1936     Patrick Procktor, painter
1935     Helga Pilarczyk, German soprano, Salome, Lulu
1935     John Gross, author, Age of Kipling, Dickens and 20th Century
1934     Rudolph Agner, CEO, Consolidated Gold Fields
1932     Andrew Young, U.S. ambassador to United Nations, 1977 - 1979, Mayor-D-Atlanta
1931     Geoffrey de Bellaigue, director, Royal Collection
1931     William "Buckwheat" Thomas, actor, Little Rascals
1931     Herb Kelleher, American Businessman
1930     Antony Acland, provost of Eton/British ambassador, to U.S.
1930     Robin Cavendish, disabled campaigner
1930     Scoey Mitchill, born in Newburgh, New York, comedian, Barefoot in the Park, Rhoda
1929     Bernard Costello, U.S., double sculls, Olympics silver 1956
1929     Lupe Anguiano, Mexican-American civil rights activist
1928     Edward Albee, born in Washington, D.C., playwright, Virgina Woolfe, Zoo Story
1928     Phil Jones, principal, Trinity College of Music
1928     Roland Moyle, British deputy chairman, Police Complaints Authority
1927     Raul Alfonsin, president, Argentina
1926     David Oliver Williams, trade unionist, COHSE
1926     George R. Ariyoshi, Gov-D-Hawaii
1926     Gudrun Ure, British actress, Lady MacBeth, BBC Sorcerer
1926     Hildy Park, born in Washington D.C., actress, To Tell the Truth
1926     John C. Holmes, U.S. writer, Horn
1926     Rolv Berger Yttrehus, composer
1926     Ronald Alley, art gallery manager, Tate Gallery
1926     John Clellon Holmes, American Writer
1925     Georges Delerue, composer
1925     Harry [Maxwell] Harrison, UK, sci-fi author, Deathworld Trilogy
1925     Leo Esaki, Esaki Reona, Japan, physicist, Tunnel effect-Nobel 1973
1925     Louison Bobet, French cyclist, Tour de France 1953-55
1925     G. William Whitehurst, born in Norfolk, Virginia, Representative-R-Virginia 1969 - 1987
1925     Harry Harrison, American Author
1923     Hjalmar Andersen, born in Norway, 1500, 5K, 10K speed skater, 1952 Olympics gold
1923     Norbert Brainin, violinist
1923     Wally Schirra, born in New Jersey, astronaut, flew in Mercury, Gemini and Apollo, America's first three space programs
1922     Helen Parrish, born in Columbus Georgia, actress, Hour Glass, Show Business
1922     Jack Kerouac, Beat writer, On the Road, Mexico Blues
1922     Lane Kirkland, union president, AFL-CIO
1922     Thomas Hugh Eastwood, composer
1921     Giovanni Agnelli, CEO, Fiat Automakers
1921     Gordon MacRae, born in East Orange, New Jersey, singer and actor, Oklahoma, Carousel
1921     Max de Metz, Dutch publisher and translator
1921     Ralph Shapey, born in Philadelphia, composer, Fantasy, Rituals
1921     Gianni Agnelli, Italian Businessman
1921     Earl Nightingale, born in Los Angeles, California, author, motivational speaker, radio program 'Our Changing World'
1917     Googie Withers, born in Karachi, India, actress, 1 of Our Aircraft is Missing
1917     Tom Normanton, British MP
1917     Leonard Chess, Polish Businessman
1915     Alberto Burri, Italian physician, sculptor and abstract painter
1914     Jan Kapr, born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, pupil of Jaroslav Ridky, second half of the 20th century's most prolific Czech composer
1914     Tommy Farr, Welsh Athlete
1913     Harold Butler, cricketer, England pace bowler late 40's
1912     James McKay, lord provost of Edinburgh
1912     Kylie Tennant, novelist, Battlers, Lost Haven
1912     Paul Weston, born in Springfield, Massachusetts, orchestra leader, Jim Nabors Hour
1912     Irving Layton, Canadian Poet
1911     Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, president of Mexico
1910     Roger L. Stevens, producer, Giant
1910     Tony "Two-Ton" Galento, born in Orange, New Jersey, boxer/actor, On the Waterfront
1910     Wilhelmus L. Reijers, sculptor
1908     David Saul Marshall, diplomat lawyer and politician
1908     Inez Courtney, born in New York City, actress, 13th Man, Crime Ring, Raven
1907     Margaret Peggy McCrorie Herbison, politician
1904     Ken James, cricket wicketkeeper, New Zealand's 1st Test, later Northants
1900     David Croll, QC senator
1900     Zoltan Vasarhelyi, composer
1898     Fredrik J "Frits" Bakker, Jr., Dutch actor, Sold Grandpa
1896     Jesse "Lone Cat" Fuller, San Francisco Blues Great
1891     Michael Polany, Hungarian and English,chemist, economist and sociologist
1890     A Evert Taube, Swedish writer and troubadour
1890     Vaslav Nijinsky, Ukrainian and U.S. ballet dancer, Petroesjka
1889     Philip Guedalla, historian
1888     Hall Johnson, composer
1885     Raphael HLAJM Verwilghen, Flemish architect and urban developer
1883     Judge Jackson, composer
1881     Daniel Webster Hoan, born in Wisconsin, Mayor-Socialist-Milwaukee
1881     Kemal Ataturk, 1st President of Rep of Turkey
1881     Vaino A. Tanner, premier of Finland, 1926-27
1880     House Peters, England, silent film actor, Kansas Territory
1878     Gemma Galgani, Italian saint
1878     Joseph Gustav Mraczek, composer
1877     Wilhelm Frick, German protector of Bohemia and Moravia
1875     Julio Garreta, composer
1874     Edmund Eysler, Austrian composer
1863     Adolf A. Wolfschoon, Curaeao, poet
1863     Gabriele D'Annunzio, born in Italy, writer and military hero, Intruder
1862     Jane Delano, U.S., nurse, teacher and founder, Red Cross
1860     Salvatore Di Giacomo, composer
1859     Josef Cyril Sychra, composer
1855     John White, composer
1848     Cyrill Kistler, composer
1838     William Perkin, inventor, 1st artificial dye
1837     Felix Alexandre Guilmant, composer
1835     Simon Newcomb, U.S., scientist, mathematician and astronomer
1832     Charles Boycott, Ireland, estate manager
1831     Clement Studebaker, automobile pioneer, Studebaker
1830     William Felix Brantley, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1827     John Robert Jones, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1827     William Richard Terry, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1824     Gustav R. Kirchoff, born in Prussia, physicist, spectral analysis
1823     William Flank Perry, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1821     John Abbott, born in Quebec, Canada, C, 3rd Canadian PM, 1891-92
1821     Luitpold von Bayern, Prince-regent of Bayern
1816     David Stuart, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1808     Gerrit van der Linde Jz, "Schoolmaster", Dutch poet
1806     Jane Means Appleton Pierce, 1st lady, 1853-57
1800     Louis-Prosper Gachard, Belgian historian
1795     William Lyon MacKenzie, Canadian Journalist
1793     Augustin-Philippe Peellaert, composer
1788     Pierre J David, David d'Angers, French sculptor
1768     Carolus Antonius Fodor, composer
1755     Georges Couthon, French politician
1710     Thomas Augustine Arne, English composer, Alfred, Rule Britannia
1685     George Berkeley, born in Ireland, philosopher and bishop of Cloyne
1626     John Aubrey, born in Percy, England, English writer, wrote 'Brief Lives'
1515     Caspar Othmayr, composer
1479     Giuliano de' Medici, monarch of Florence
1336     Eduard, Duke of Gelre, 1361-71, husband of Catharina of Bayern





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