September 13 Birthdays in History - September 13 Deaths - September 13 Events



1980 Ben Savage, actor, Little Monsters, Wild Palms
1980 Jason Cook, American Actor
1977 Fiona Apple, born in Manhattan, New York, singer, songwriter, alt-rock, pop, early jazz influences, Grammy-Award winning single, 'Criminal'
1975 Patricia Spehar, Miss France Universe 1997
1975 Sean McClain, born in Dayton, Ohio, fencer-foil 1996 Olympics
1974 Travis Knight, NBA center for the Boston Celtics
1973 Brian Evans, NBA forward, Orlando Magic
1973 Philip Dulebohn, Washington D.C., figure skater, 1997 Eastern Sr - 3rd
1971 Goran Ivanisevic, born in Crotia, tennis star, 1994 Wimbledon finalist
1971 Nancy Anne Roberts, Miss Vermont USA 1996
1971 Richie Anderson, NFL running back for the New York Jets
1971 Ted Drury, born in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. hockey forward 1994 Olympics
1971 Stella McCartney, born in London, England, fashion designer, daughter of Sir Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney, designed clothing lines for the Gap, H&M, Target
1970 Marc Latupeirissa, soccer player, Willem II
1969 Igor Kravchuk, NHL defenseman, Ottawa Senators, Russia, Gold Medals 1988, 1992 Olympics, Silver Medal 1998 Olympics, Bronze Medal 2002 Olympics
1968 Bernie Williams, born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, outfielder, New York Yankees
1968 Brad Johnson, NFL quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings
1968 Chris Morris, CFL tackle for the Edmonton Eskimos
1968 Denny Neagle, Prince Georges Cnty, pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates
1967 Michael Johnson, born in Dallas, Texas, 200m/400m runner, Olympic-2 gold-96
1966 Igor Kravchuk, Ufa Russia, NHL defenseman, Team Russia, St. Louis
1965 Zak Starsky, rock drummer, son of Beatle Ringo
1964 Tavis Smiley, American Author
1962 Brian Andrew Fowler, Christchurch New Zealand, cyclist 1996 Olympics
1962 Grady Neal Lancaster, born in Smithfield, North Carolina, PGA golfer, 1994 Byron Nelson
1961 Tom Holt, born in London, author, British novelist, writes mythopoeic novels that parody mythology, history, literature
1961 Dave Mustaine, born in La Mesa, California, guitarist, singer, songwriter, Megadeth, heavy metal band member, listed in book, '100 Greatest Metal Guitarists'
1959 Jean Smart, born in Seattle, Washington actress, Charlene-Designing Women
1958 Ann Dusenberry, born in Tucson, Arizona, actress, Jaws 2, Lies, Basic Training
1957 Mark Charles Wiebe, Seaside OR, PGA golfer, 1985 Anheuser-Busch
1956 [Joan] Joni Sledge, born in Philadelphia, vocalist, Sister Sledge-We are Family
1953 Taryn Power, born in Los Angeles, California, daughter of Tyrone Power/actress, Maria
1952 Johanna Klier-Schaller, born in East Germany, 100m hurdler 1976 Olympics gold
1952 Karen Wyman, born in Bronx, New York, singer, Long and Winding Road
1952 Don Was, American Musician
1951 David Clayton-Thomas, singer, Blood, Sweat and Tears
1948 Clyde Kusatsu, born in Honolulu, Hawaii, actor, Ali-Bring 'em Back Alive
1948 Nell Carter, born in Birmingham, Alabama, actress, Nell-Gimme a Break, Lobo
1944 Peter Cetera, born in Chicago, lead singer, Chicago-25 or 6 to 4, Old Days
1944 Jacqueline Bisset, England, actress, Class, Deep, Secrets
1943 Ray Elliott, rock pianist/saxophonist, Them
1943 Lincoln Davis, American Politician
1941 Oscar Arias Sanchez, president of Costa Rica, 1986-, Nobel 1987
1941 Tadao Ando, born in Osaka, Japan, Japanese architect, employs critical regionalism style of architecture, 1969, established firm Tadao Ando Architects & Associates, winner, Pritzker Architecture Prize 1995
1940 Joyce Schouten, Dutch singer, Fouryo's
1939 Joyce Arleen Auger, U.S. soprano, Mozart/Matthaus Passion
1939 Larry Speakes, presidential press secretary
1939 Richard Kiel, born in Detroit, Michigan, actor, So Fine, Jaws-Moonraker, Skidoo
1938 Judith Martin, author/journalist/columnist, Miss Manners
1937 Fred Silverman, broadcasting executive, ABC/NBC/CBS
1937 Don Bluth, American Artist
1933 Arif Melikov, born in Baku, Azerbaijan, name also Arif Malikov, Soviet composer, nationally acclaimed for composition Legend of Love whose ballet is among the finest works to emerge from the Soviet Union
1933 Eileen Fulton, Asheville, North Carolina, actress, Our Private World
1932 Bengt Hallberg, born in Sweden, musician, pianist, composer for film, television, choir arrangements, Sweden's most influential jazz musicians
1931 Barbara Bain, Chic, actress, Cinnamon-Mission Impossible, Space 1999
1930 James McLane, U.S., 1500m freestyle swimmer 1948 Olympics gold
1930 Robert Gavron, English publisher/multi-millionaire, St. Ives
1928 Ernest L Boyer, educator/chancellor, NY's State Universities-SUNY
1928 Robert Indiana, American Artist
1926 Emile Francis, NHL player/coach/General Manager, Rangers, Blues, Whalers
1925 Gabriel Charpentier, composer
1925 Mel Torme, born in Chicago, Illinois, jazz singer "Velvet Fog", Jet Set, Night Court
1924 Maurice Jarre, Lyons France, composer, Dr. Zhivago-Academy Award 1966
1924 Norman Alden, Fort Worth, Texas, actor, Pilaski-Hennesey, Al-Fay
1924 Scott Brady, born in Brooklyn, New York, actor, China Syndrome, Gremlins, Johnny Guitar
1923 Reninca, Renee Lauwers, Flemish author, Seed in the Wind
1920 Carole Mathews, Montgomery, Illinois, actress, Wilma-Californians
1917 Jon Thorarinsson, composer
1917 Robert Eugene Ward, born in Cleveland, Ohio, composer, Pantaloon
1916 Roald Dahl, Norway, sci-fi author, Over to You, Taste, 2 Fables
1915 Peter Guy Wykeham-Barnes, fighter Pilot
1914 Leonard Geoffrey Feather, jazz critic/musician
1913 Roy Engle, Missouri, actor, Police Chief-My Favorite Martian
1912 Reta Shaw, South Paris Maine, actress, Ghost and Mrs. Muir
1911 Bill Monroe, Rosine, Kentucky, country singer, Blue Moon of Kentucky
1909 Herbert Berghof, Vienna Austria, actor, Belarus File
1908 Ray Burns Green, composer
1907 Victor Reinganum, artist
1904 Gladys George, Patten Maine, actress, Roaring Twenties
1903 Claudette Colbert, Lily Chauchoin, Paris, actress, Texas Lady
1902 Hermine Heijermans, Dutch actress/author
1902 Leland Hayward, U.S. producer, Spirit of St. Louis
1901 Philip Dorn, Scheveningen Netherlands, actor, I Remember Mama
1899 Anton Constandse, Dutch anarchist/writer
1897 Gaspar Cassado Moreu, composer
1896 Morris Kirksey, U.S., 4 x 100m, Gold Medal 1920 Olympics
1895 Ruth McDevitt, Coldwater, Michigan, actress, Jo-All in the Family
1894 Anton Roosjen, Dutch politician/NCRV-chairman
1894 John B[oynton] Priestly, author, Good Companions, wed Jessica Hawkes
1894 J. B. Priestley, British Writer
1889 Pierre Reverdy, French author and poet, Coeur de Chevre
1886 Alain L Lovke, philosopher
1882 Henri Potiron, composer
1876 Sherwood Anderson, born in Winesburg, Ohio, author/publisher, Winesburg
1874 Arnold Franz Walter Schonberg, Vienna Austria, composer, 2nd Quartet
1874 Arnold Schoenberg, Austrian Composer
1874 Henry F. Ashurst, born in Winnemucca, Nevada, Senator-D-Arizona 1912 - 1941
1873 John Clapham, English Economist
1871 Alma Kruger, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, actress, Made For Each Other
1869 John Joseph Pershing, American Soldier
1866 Adolf Meyer, U.S., psychiatrist/neurologist, pioneered mental hygiene
1863 Arthur Henderson, Britain, socialist/disarmament worker, Nobel 1934
1862 Dirk Bos, Dutch liberal 2nd Member of parliament
1860 John J, Blackjack, Pershing, U.S. commander, WW I
1858 Catherinus Elling, composer
1857 Milton S Hershey, chocolate manufacturer/philanthropist
1851 Walter Reed, U.S. Army Surgeon, proved mosquitoes transmit yellow fever
1847 Charles Dupee Blake, composer
1846 Richard Kiepert, German cartographer, Africa
1842 Odon Peter Jozsef de Mihalovich, composer
1841 Johannes de Koo, Dutch journalist/stage writer
1836 John McCausland, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1830 Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach, Austrian Novelist
1819 Clara Josephine Schumann, nee Wieck, Leipzig Germ, pianist/composer
1819 Clara Schumann, German Musician
1818 Olivier Gloux, Aimard, French world explorer/writer, Grande Flibuste
1817 John McAuley Palmer, U.S. Union msj-gen, Gov-Ill, 1868 - 1872
1814 Nicolas Beets, Hildebrand, Dutch writer, Camera Obscura
1813 John Sedgwick, Major General Union volunteers
1806 Joseph Lewis Hogg, Brigadier General Confederate Army, die in 1862
1806 Moritz Ganz, composer
1795 Julius Charles Hare, English Clergyman
1766 Samuel Wilson, American Public Servant
1755 Oliver Evans, pioneered high-pressure steam engine
1751 Henry Kobell, Dutch painter/cartoonist
1739 Giuseppe Sigismondo, composer
1739 Grigory Potemkin, army officer, statesman, Catherine II's lover, OS
1688 Luca Antonio Praedieri, composer
1682 Theodor Christleib Reinhold, composer
1673 Hercule Brehy, composer
1594 Francesco Manelli, composer
1551 Pandolfo Zallamella, composer
1520 William Cecil 1st baron Burghley, English premier
1157 Alexander Neckum/de Sancto Albano, English theologist/encyclopedist











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