November 22 Birthdays in History - November 22 Deaths - November 22 Events



1984 Scarlett Johansson, American Actress
1978 Magdalena Grzybowska, Poznan Pol, tennis star, 1995 Futures Slovakia
1977 Devyn Puett, actress, Kids Incorporated
1976 Taryn Mansell, Aruba, Miss Universe-2nd place 1996
1976 Ville Valo, born in Helsinki, Finland, musician, singer, songwriter, leader, HIM rock band, baritone voice, Moto Moto in Finnish version of movie, Madagaskar 2
1974 Meike Babel, Langen Germany, tennis star, 1991 Futures-Paderborn-GER
1973 Alexandra Fusai, St. Cloud France, tennis star, 1995 Futures-Szczecin
1973 Brandon Paulsen, Coon Rapids, Minnesota, greco-roman wrestler, Silver Medal 1996 Olympics
1973 Cassie Campbell, ice hockey defenseman, Canada, 1998 Olympics
1973 Michael Murphy, Brisbane QLD Queensland Australia, diver 1996 Olympics
1972 Mavan Atapattu, cricketer, Sri Lankan Test batsman
1972 Tricia Tan, Miss Singapore Universe 1997
1971 Lloyd Kammeron, soccer player, Feyenoord, Go Ahead Eagles
1971 Tyoka Jackson, defensive end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1971 Yone Kamio, Yokohama Japan, tennis star, 1995 semi-finalist Hobart
1970 Alison Korn, Ottawa Ontario, rower 1996 Olympics
1969 Byron Houston, NBA forward for the Sacramento Kings
1969 John Parrella, NFL defensive tackle for the San Diego Chargers
1969 Katrin Krabbe, Neubrandenburg, East Germany, 100m/200m, World Champ 1991
1969 Marjane Satrapi, Iranian Artist
1968 Daedra Charles, WNBA forward and center for the Los Angeles Sparks
1968 Darryl Hardy, NFL linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys
1968 Irina Privalova, Russia, 100m/200m/400m runner
1968 Jonathan Moss, Tenafly, New Jersey, rower 1996 Olympics
1968 Rasmus Lerdorf, born in Qeqertarsuaq, Greenland, created PHP programming language, Open Source conference speaker, contributed to Apache HTTP Server
1967 Boris Becker, West Germany, tennis player, Wimbledon 1985, 86, 89
1967 Donald Hollas, quarterback for the Oakland Raiders
1967 Mark Ruffalo, American Actor
1966 Brian Robbins, born in Brooklyn, New York, actor, Eric-Head of the Class
1966 Nicholas Rowe, born in London, England, actor, Young Sherlock Holmes
1965 Eric Allen, NFL cornerback for the New Orleans Saints
1965 Mike Benjamin, Euclid Ohio, infielder for the Philadelphia Phillies
1965 R Duncan Douglas, New York City, biathelete 1994 Olympics
1964 Akram Raza, cricketer, Pakistani off-spin all-rounder
1964 Benoit Benjamin, NBA center for the Milwaukee Bucks
1964 David Tate, NFL defensive back for the Indianapolis Colts
1964 Gene Atkins, NFL safety for the Miami Dolphins
1964 Maggie Will, Whiteville, North Carolina, LPGA golfer, 1992 Sara Lee Classic
1964 Pierre Vercheval, CFL guard for the Toronto Argonauts
1964 Stephen Geoffreys, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, actor, Faternity Vacation
1963 Corinne Russell, Birmingham England, comedienne, Benny Hill Show
1963 Helen Reale, New York City, WPVA volleyballer, Manhattan Beach-7th-1994
1963 Hugh Millen, NFL quarterback for the Denver Broncos
1962 Cleo Fields, born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Representative-D-Louisiana 1993 - 1997
1962 Steve DeOssie, NFL inside linebacker for the New England Patriots
1961 Joel Ashley Edwards, born in Dallas, Texas, PGA golfer, 1992 BC Open-2nd
1961 Mariel Hemingway, Ketchum Id, actress, Personal Best, Civil Wars
1960 Eg White, rocker, Brother Beyond-Can You Keep a Secret
1960 Tommy Masters, Framingham, Massachusetts, Nike golfer, 1994 NIKE Carolina-50th
1958 Jamie Lee Curtis, born in Los Angeles, California, actress, Anything But Love, Halloween
1958 Lee Guetterman, Chattanooga, Tennessee, pitcher, New York Yankees, Seattle Mariners
1957 Sharon Bailey, rocker, Amazulu-Excitable
1955 James Edwards, NBA center, Chicago Bulls
1955 Sue Novara-Reber, born in Flint, Michigan, cyclist, 1975 World sprint champ
1955 Wayne Tolleson, born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, professional baseball player, switch hitter, played for the Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees
1953 Wayne Larkins, cricketer, England opening batsman of 80's
1950 Greg Luzinski, baseball player, Phillies, White Sox
1950 Little Steven, Van Zandt, Asbury Park, New Jersey, rocker, Born to Run
1950 Lyman Bostock, professional baseball player, outfielder, Minnesota Twins and California Angels Major League Baseball teams
1950 [Ma]Tina Weymouth, Coronado California, rock bassist, Talking Heads-& She Was
1950 Tina Weymouth, American Musician
1947 Alfredo Cristiani, president of El Salvador, 1989-94
1947 Rod Price, rocker, Foghat
1946 Aston Barrett, Jamaican reggae bassist, I Shot the Sheriff
1946 Hans Kombrink, sociologist/Dutch undersecretary of Finance, PvdA
1944 Robert Iliffe, English publisher, Coventry Evening Telegraph
1943 Billie Jean King, Cal, tennis pro, Wimbledon 1968, 72, 73, 75
1943 Floyd Sneed, Calgary, rock drummer, Three Dog Night-Joy to the World
1943 George Darden, born in Georgia, Representative-D-Georgia 1983 - 1995
1943 Mushtaq Mohammad, cricketer, Pakistan leg-spin all-rounder 1959-79
1942 Guion Steward Bluford, Jr., Philadelphia, Col USAF/astr, STS-8, 61A, 39, 53
1942 Steve Caldwell, rocker, Orleans
1941 Jacques LaPerriere, NHL defensive Hall of Famer
1941 Ron McClure, rocker, Blood, Sweat and Tears
1941 Tom Conti, Paisley Scotland, actor, Reuben Reuben, American Dreamer
1940 Terry Gilliam, Minneapolis, comedy author-animator, Monty Python
1939 Allen Garfield, Newark, New Jersey, actor, Candidate, Beverly Hills Cop II
1937 Zenon Jankowski, Poland cosmonaut, Soyuz 30 backup
1936 Hans Zender, born in Wiesbaden, Germany, composer, conductor, music professor, Conductor in Chief of the Chamber Orchestra of Radio Netherlands in Hilversum, Southwest German Radio guest conductor
1935 Ludmila Belousova Protopopov, born in U.S.S.R., pairs skater, Gold Medals 1964, 1968 Olympics
1935 Michael Callan, Calinieff, Philadelphia, actor, Peter-Occasional Wife
1932 Robert Vaughn, New York City, actor, Napolean Solo-Man from UNCLE, I Spy
1930 John Paul Schiffer, Senator R-Wyoming
1930 Owen Kay Garriott, Enid Oklahoma, astronaut, Skylab 3, STS-9
1928 Juno Stover-Irwin, U.S., diver 1956 Olympics silver
1928 Pat Smythe, England, equestrian jumper 1956 Olympics bronze
1927 Grady "Fats" Jackson, tenor sax player
1926 Lew Burdette, baseball player
1926 Zulfiqar Ahmed, Pakistani cricket pace bowler, 9 Tests 1952-56
1925 Gunther Schuller, New York City, hornist/composer, Visitation
1924 Axel Borup-Jorgensen, composer
1924 Geraldine Page, Kirksville Mo, Interiors, Trip to Bountiful
1923 Arthur Hiller, director, Love Story
1923 Dika Newlin, born in Portland, Oregon, composer, child prodigy, began composing music at age 7, completed high school at 12, studied with Schoenberg at University of California at Los Angeles
1922 Fikret Dzhamil Amirov, Kirovabad Russia, Azerbaijani composer, Shur
1921 Rodney Dangerfield, John Cohen, Babylon, New York, comedian, Caddyshack
1919 Wilfred Norman Aldridge, biochemist/toxicologist
1918 Claiborne Pell, born in New York, sponsor of the Pell Grant, U.S. State Senator from Rhode Island
1917 Jean-Etienne Marie, composer
1914 Peter Woolridge Townsend, war hero courtier writer
1913 Benjamin Britten, Lowestoft Suffolk England, composer, Beggar's Opera
1912 Doris Duke, New York City, multi-millionaire, American Tobacco heiress
1912 Eric Stuart Woord, archaeologist
1909 Theodorus H J Zwartkruis, Bishop of Haarlem Netherlands, 1966-83
1908 Michael Balfour, historian
1907 Bernard Naylor, composer
1907 Dick Bartell, baseball player
1906 Howard Petrie, Beverly, Massachusetts, actor, Border River, Bounty Hunter
1906 Lee Patrick, New York City, actress, Henrietta-Topper, Maltese Falcon
1905 James Burnham, philosopher, Coming Defeat of Communism
1904 Louis Neel, French physicist, Nobel 1970
1904 Roland Winters, born in Boston, Massachusetts, actor, Mama, Smothers Brothers
1903 Herbert Sally Frankel, economist
1902 Emanuel Feuermann, born in Kolomea, Galicia, cellist, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
1901 Joaquin Rodrigo, Sagunto Valencia Spain, composer, Juglares
1899 Hoagy Carmichael, Bloomington, Indiana, actor/songwriter, Stardust
1898 Wiley Post, Grand Plain, Texas, aviator/parachutist, crashed in Alaska
1896 Mario La Broca, composer
1896 Nikolai S Tichonov, Russian writer, against Pasternak,
1893 M Kaganovitsj Kogan, people's commissioner for Stalin
1891 Bengt Axel von Torne, composer
1891 Edward Bernays, public relations expert
1891 Erik Lindahl, Swedish economist, Theory of Money and Capital
1890 Charles de Gaulle, Lille, France, President of France, 1958-69
1888 Tarzan, of the Apes, according to Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel
1877 Endre Ady, Hungarian poet, Uj versek, Ver es arany
1875 Elizabeth Patterson, Savannah, Tennessee, actress, Climax, Tall Story
1875 Georges Rency, Belgian poet
1873 Johnny Tyldesley, cricketer, brother of Ernest, 31 Tests for England
1873 Leopold CMS Amery, British minister of Colonies, India
1870 Howard Brockway, composer
1869 Andre Gide, France, novelist, Lafcadio's Adventures-Nobel 1947
1868 John Nance Garner, D, 32nd Vice President, 1933-41
1857 George Gissing, English author, Thyrza, Crown of Life
1856 Heber J Grant, Salt Lake City, 7th President of Mormon church
1852 Paul H B d'Estornelles de Constant, French diplomat/pacifist
1849 Friedrich von Bernhardi, Germany historian, Germany and the Next War
1842 Anna S Barbiers, actress, Uncle Tom
1838 Jose Augusto da Ferreira Veiga, Viscount d' Arneiro, composer
1835 Frank Crawford Armstrong, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1832 George Henry Chapman, Major General Union volunteers
1823 Nathan Kimball, Major General Union volunteers
1819 George Eliot, Mary A Evans, England, author, Silas Marner
1818 Samuel Gibbs French, Major General Confederate Army
1808 Thomas Cook, founder, Cook travel bureau
1805 Benjamin Hugur, Major General Confederate Army
1780 Conradin Kreutzer, composer
1771 Paul R Cantzlaar, government of Saba/St-Eustatius/Curacao/Dutch-West Indies
1767 Andreas Hofer, Tirol nationalist
1710 Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, composer, son of JS Bach, Sinfonias 64
1709 Frantisek Benda, composer
1690 Francois Collin de Blamont, composer
1643 Rene R Cavelier sieur de La Salle, French explorer
1606 Pieter II de Jode, Flemish engraver/publisher
1579 Jan Baptist Stalpart van der Wiele, Dutch lawyer/pastor/lyricist
1535 John, the Old, earl of Nassau/tribal father Netherlands royal family
1515 Marie Guise, French wife of king James V of Scotland
1511 Erasmus Reinhold, Germany, mathematician, calculated planetary table
1450 Jacob Obrecht, composer











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