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1987 Evan Rachel Wood, American Actress
1985 Tatia Jayne Starkey, Ringo's 1st grandchild
1978 General Austin, born in Columbus, Georgia, rapper, Another Bad Creation
1978 Devon Sawa, Canadian Actor
1976 Marja de Graaf, Miss Universe-Netherlands 1996
1976 Shannon Elizabeth, American Actress
1976 Oliver Hudson, American Actor
1974 Antonio McDyess, NBA forward for the Phoenix Suns
1973 Sam Couch, born in Newport Beach, California, kayak alternate for 1996 Olympics
1972 Andreas Pusnik, hockey forward, Team Austria 1998
1972 Cedric Davis, NFL cornerback for the Arizona Cardinals
1972 Jason Isringhausen, born in Alton, Illinois, pitcher for the New York Mets
1972 Willy Tate, NFL tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs
1971 Briana Scurry, born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, soccer goalkeeper 1996 Olympics
1971 John Burke, NFL tight end for the New England Patriots
1971 Tonny Jensen, Australian basketball guard 1996 Olympics
1971 Wesley Leasy, NFL linebacker for the Arizona Cardinals
1969 Angie Everhart, born in Akron, Ohio, model/actress, Jade, Last Action Hero
1969 Darren Bragg, Waterbury CT, outfielder for the Seattle Mariners
1969 Rudy Galindo, born in San Jose, California, 1996 U.S. Mens' Champion
1968 Erik Williams, NFL tackle for the Dallas Cowboys
1968 Kyle Stevens, born in New Jersey, rock guitarist, Bang Tango-Dancin' on Coals
1967 Kathaleen K Cutone, Olenoridge, New Jersey, fig skater, 1994 Collegiate champ
1965 Bruce Armstrong, NFL tackle for the New England Patriots
1965 Danny Harris, born in Torrance, California, 400m hurdler 1984 Olympics silver
1963 Eazy-E, born in Compton, California, drug dealer, gang member, rapper, producer, regarded as a founder of gangsta rap, member of N.W.A. group
1960 David Steele, Birmingham, rock keyboardist, Fine Young Cannibals
1959 Jermaine Stewart, born in Columbus, Ohio, singer, soul, pop, funk-rock genres, known for Billboard hit 'The Word is Out'
1958 Nadieh, Dutch singer/guitarist/composer, Haifa Blue
1957 Margot Chapman, born in Hawaii, vocals, Starland Vocal Band-Afternoon Delight
1957 Melvin Edward Mays, one of FBI's most wanted
1956 Michael J Feinstein, pianist, Isn't It Romantic
1954 Benmont Tench, born in Gainesville, Florida, rock keyboardist, Heartbreakers
1954 Corbin Bernsen, born in North Hollywood, California, actor, Arnie Becker-LA Law
1953 Michael Byron, born in America, composer, released music on Koch Records, Meridien Records, editor, contemporary music anthologies
1951 Chrissie Hynde, born in Akron, Ohio, rocker, Pretenders-Mystery Achievement
1951 Julie Kavner, born in Los Angeles, California, actress, Brenda-Rhoda, Marge-Simpsons
1951 William Katt, U.S., actor, Butch and Sundance Kid, Carrie
1950 Adriano Panatta, Rome, tennis star, French 1976, Italian 1976
1950 Peggy Noonan, author, What I Saw at the Revolution
1949 Gloria Gaynor, Newark, New Jersey, disco singer, I Will Survive
1948 Susan Blakely, Frankfurt Germany, actress, Rich Man Poor Man
1946 Alfa Anderson, born in Bronx, New York, rock vocalist, Chicago
1946 Joe Klein, American Journalist
1945 Luis Aravena Munoz, Chilean singer/exiled in Netherlands
1945 Peter Storey, English Athlete
1942 Garrison Keillor, humorist, Praire Home Companion
1942 Richard Roundtree, actor, Shaft, Earthquake
1941 Mogoboya NN Ramadike, South African politician in Lebowa
1940 Dario Argento, director, Creepers, Deep Red, Tenebrae
1939 Stanley David Griggs, born in Portland, Oregon, astronaut, STS-51-D, STS-33
1939 [Benjamin] Latimore, U.S. singer, Let's Straighten It Out
1937 George Patrick Reid, schoolkeeper
1937 John Phillip Law, Hollywood, actor, Barbarella, Love Machine
1937 Olly Wilson, born in St. Louis, Missouri, composer, double bassist, musicologist, contemporary classical music, preeminent African American composer, studied with Robert Wykes, earned PhD from University of Iowa
1936 Buddy Holly, born in Lubbock, Texas, singer, Peggy Sue, That'll Be the Day
1936 Romualds Kalsons, composer
1935 Abdou Diouf, president of Senegal, 1981-
1935 Toshihiko Fukui, Japanese Public Servant
1934 Bill Giles, born in Rochester, New York, baseball owner for the Philadelphia Phillies
1932 Malcolm Bradbury, English Novelist
1931 Al McGuire, U.S., basketball coach, Marquette
1931 Charles Camilleri, composer
1931 Cornelis de Wine, graphic artist
1930 Baudouin I, king of Belgium, 1951-93
1930 Sonny Rollins, born in New York City, jazz saxophonist, Blue Room
1930 Thijs van Vlijmen, Dutch MP, CDA
1929 Gil Wolman, situationist
1929 John Milford, Johnstown, New York, actor, Lieutenant, Legend of Jesse James
1929 T[homas] P[atrick] McKenna, Ireland, actor, Rivals, Holocaust
1927 Graham Dudley Whettam, composer
1926 Don Messick, born in Buffalo, New York, cartoon voice, Astro-Jetsons, Bamm Bamm
1924 Charles Braswell, McKinney, Texas, entertainer
1924 Daniel Ken Inouye, Sen-D Hawaii, 1963-
1924 Leonard Rosenman, born in Brooklyn, New York, TV composer, Marcus Welby MD
1924 Daniel Inouye, American Politician
1923 Louise Suggs, born in Atlanta, Georgia, LPGA golfer, U.S. Women's Open-1949, 52
1923 Peter Lawford, born in London, England, actor, Mrs Miniver, Thin Man
1922 Arthur Ferrante, pianist/composer, Ferrante and Tachere-Exodus
1922 Kirill Vladimirovich Molchanov, composer
1920 Harri Webb, Swansea, Wales, journalist, nationalist, poet, volunteered for the Royal Navy, published The Green Desert, a collection of poetry in 1969, Poems and Points in 1983
1918 Chaim Herzog, Israeli president
1918 Robert Lewis Campbell Lorimer, publisher
1917 Jacob Lawrence, American Artist
1914 Herbert Delauney Bill Hughes, educationist
1914 Hugo Pfister, composer
1914 Ian Ball, photographer
1914 James Van Allen, U.S. physicist, discovered Van Allen radiation belts
1913 Anthony Quayle, born in England, actor, Anne of 1000 Days, Lawrence of Arabia
1913 Oswald Szemerenyi, philologist
1913 Willem C L "Wim" van der Grinten, Dutch lawyer/undersec of Economy
1912 David Packard, electronic engineer and businessman
1911 Todor C Zjivkov, Bulgaria partizan/premier/president
1911 Todor Zhivkov, Bulgarian Politician
1910 John Shea, U.S., 500m/1500m speed skater 1932 Olympics gold
1909 Elia Kazan, Constaninople Turkey, director, Streetcar Named Desire
1909 Jo Juda, Dutch musician
1909 Natalia Dmitrevna Shpiller, singer
1908 Max Kaminsky, trumpeter
1908 Michael E DeBakey, artificial heart pioneer
1908 Paul Brown, born in Norwalk, Ohio, NFL hall of famer, Browns, Bengals
1907 Ahmet Adnan Saygun, composer
1906 Filip Gershkovich, composer
1905 John Whitley, British air-marshal
1902 Roy Barcroft, Howard Ravenscroft, Crab Orchard NE, actor, Freckles
1900 "Janet" Taylor Caldwell, England, novelist, Melissa
1900 Emerson Treacy, Philadelphia, actor, California Straight Ahead
1899 Leendert A Donker, Dutch Minister of Justice, PvdA
1893 Leslie Hore-Belisha, British Minister of Transport
1891 Roscoe Karns, San Bernadino California, actor, Captain Shafer-Hennesey
1889 Albert Plesman, aviation pioneer/founder/director, KLM
1889 Bruce F Cummings, English author, Journal of a Disappointed Man
1887 Edith Sitwell, English poet and author, Wheels
1885 Harry Sinclair Lewis, U.S., writer, Babbitt, Nobel 1930
1885 Elinor Wylie, American Poet
1882 Johanna F Zandstra-Giezen, oldest person in Netherland
1881 Constant W. Lunsingh Scheurleer, Dutch archaeologist, banker, art expert
1880 Attilio Brugnoli, composer
1880 Kurt von Wolfurt, composer
1879 Nachman N "Neddy" Bamberg, Dutch actor, Haddock Mary
1870 Aleksander Kuprin, Russian author, Pojedinok
1869 Margot SE Scharten-Antink, Dutch author, Catherina, Sprotje
1867 Albert Basserman, Mannheim Germany, actor, Foreign Correspondant
1867 Camilod d'Almeida Pessanha, Portuguese poet, China
1866 Tristan Bernard, French Playwright
1864 Giovanni Tebaldini, composer
1860 Grandma "Anna Maria" Moses, New York, primitive painter, Old Oaken Bucket
1860 Willem H Nolens, priest/Dutch ambassador to Vatican
1860 Grandma Moses, American Artist
1842 John H Zuckertort, German chess player
1836 Henry Campbell-Bannerman, British Prime Minister, L, 1905-08
1831 Victorien Sardou, French stage writer, Madame Sans-Gane
1829 August Kekule von Stradonitz, discovered structure of benzene ring
1829 Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden, U.S., geologist, Geograph Survey 1859-86
1819 Jean E "Adriaan" van Bevervoorde, journalist, History of Holland
1815 Howell Cobb II, Major General/Secy of Treasury, Union
1811 William Hamsley Emory, Major General Union volunteers
1784 Frantisek Max Knize, composer
1782 Bernardus JC Dibbets, Dutch baron/general-major, Maastricht
1756 Willem Bilderdijk, Dutch poet/literature, Disease of Scientists
1739 Joseph Legros, composer
1737 Luigi Galvani, Italian anatomist/physicist
1735 Thomas Coutts, Scottish banker
1731 Damasus Brosmann, composer
1731 Elisabetta de Gambarini, composer
1726 Francois-Andre Danican Philidor, France, composer/chess champion
1707 George-Louis Leclerc, comte de Buffon, writer on natural history
1703 Jean Monnet, composer
1635 Pal Esterhazy, composer
1631 Clemens Thieme, composer
1533 Elizabeth, daughter of English king Henry VIII and Anna Boleyn
1533 Queen Elizabeth I, England, 1558-1603, daughter of Henry VIII
1471 Frederik I, king of Denmark/Norway, 1523-33











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