April 22 Birthdays in History - April 22 Deaths - April 22 Events
1985 Lauri Hendler, born in Ft. Belvoir, Virginia, actress, Julie-Gimme a Break
1980 Aaron Metchnik, born in Santa Barbara California, actor, Stephen-Torkelsons
1980 Monica Flammer, born in Gainesville, Florida, gymnast alternate for 1996 Olympics
1979 Daniel Johns, Australian Musician
1976 Milena Mayorga, Miss Universe-El Salvador 1996
1975 Brian Manning, wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins
1975 Stijn Haeldermans, Belgian soccer player, MVV
1975 Greg Moore, born in New Westminster, British Columbia, promising Canadian racecar driver, competed in Indy Lights, CART World Series
1974 Adam Parfitt, born in Victoria BC, rower 1996 Olympics
1974 Georgia Goettmann, model, Cosmo-May 1995
1973 Christopher Sanders, tight end for the Washington Redskins
1973 Scott Fields, NFL linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons
1972 Anna Falchi, born in Tampera, Finland, actress, La Dolce Vita '90
1972 Sabine Appelmans, Aalst Belg, tennis star, Strasbourg doubles final
1971 Ingo Rademacher, born in West Germany, actor, Jasper Jacks-General Hospital
1971 James Burton, NFL cornerback for the Chicago Bears
1971 Milos Holan, born in Bilovec, Czechoslovakia, NHL defenseman, Anaheim Mighty Ducks
1971 Nicklas Kulti, born in Stockholm, Sweden, professional tennis player, won the Australian Open in Wimbledon junior titles in 1989, top singles title in Adelaide, 1990
1970 Claus Biedermann, WLAF linebacker for the Rhein Fire
1970 Coleman Bell, NFL tight end for the Washington Redskins
1969 Bobby Olive, NFL wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts
1969 Craig Logan, born in Scotland, rock bassist, Bros Front, Bon Jovi-New Jersey
1969 George Williams, born in Lacrosse WI, catcher for the Oakland A's
1969 Roger Jones, NFL center for the Cincinnati Bengals
1968 Bimbo Coles, NBA guard, Golden State Warriors
1968 Carlos Costa, born in Spain, tennis star
1968 Jo Angel, cricketer, big WA right-arm fast bowler, Australia 1993-
1968 Vernell Coles, basketball player 1988 Olympics bronze
1968 Zarley Zalapski, born in Edmonton, NHL defenseman for the Calgary Flames
1967 Bart Bowen, born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, cyclist 1996 Olympics
1967 Harvey Williams, NFL running back for the Oakland Raiders
1967 Mike Buck, NFL quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals
1967 Sheryl Lee, born in Boulder, Colorado, actress, Twin Peaks, Love Lies and Murder
1966 Glenn Parker, NFL offensive tackle, Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs
1966 Serge Poudrier, hockey defenseman, Team France 1998
1964 Bob McCann, NBA forward, Washington Bullets
1964 Chris Makepeace, born in Toronto, actor, Vamp, My Bodyguard, Meatballs, Oasis
1962 David Wettlaufer, born in Kitchener, Ontario, golfer, Ontario Beefeater-1986, 87
1962 Denise Baldwin, born in Atlanta, Georgia, LPGA golfer, 1991 Futures Salisbury
1961 Byron Allen, born in Los Angeles, California, comedian, Real People, Byron Allen Show
1961 Jeff Hostetler, NFL quarterback, New York Giants, Raiders, Redskins/1990 Superbowl
1961 Jimmy Key, born in Huntsville, Alabama, pitcher, Blue Jays, New York Yankees, Orioles
1960 Lloyd Honeyghan, English welterweight boxing champ, 1986
1959 Nicky Le Roux, born in South Africa, LPGA golfer, 1994 Atlanta Champ-15th
1959 Ranjan Madugalle, cricketer, pioneer of Sri Lanka's Test teams
1959 Ryan Stiles, born in Seattle, Washington actor, Lewis-Drew Carey Show
1958 Ashraf Ali, cricket wicket-keeper, Pakistani mid-80s
1958 Ken Olandt, actor, April Fool's Day, Imposter, Leprechaun
1957 Alan Campbell, born in Homestead, Florida, actor, E Z-3's a Crowd
1957 Ethel White, WBL guard, New York Stars
1956 Catherine Mary Stewart, born in Edmonton, actress, Passion and Paradise
1955 Arthur Baker, rock producer, Afrika Banbaataa-Planet Rock
1954 Joseph Bottoms, born in Santa Barbara, California, actor, Surfacing, Blind Date
1953 Steve Bond, born in Haifa, Israel, actor, General Hospital, To Die For
1952 Larry Elder, American Journalist
1950 Jancis Robinson, wine writer/broadcaster
1950 Lewis Biggs, curator, Tate Gallery-North Liverpool
1950 Peter Frampton, born in Kent, England, guitarist and vocalist with 'Humble Pie' and 'The Herd'
1949 Spencer Haywood, born in Silver City, Mississippi, NBAer, Knicks, Gold Medal 1968 Olympics
1948 Carole Drinkwater, actress, Father, All Creatures Great and Small
1947 Barry Guy, born in London, England, composer, musician, double bass player, Guildhall School of Music teacher, influenced by contemporary jazz, member Michael Nyman Band
1946 Archy Kirkwood, born in the United Kingdom, politician, Liberal Party, Member of Parliament for Roxburgh and Berwickshire 1983 - 2005
1946 Dectuplets, born in Bacacay, Brazil, 8 males and 2 females
1946 John Waters, director, Hairspray
1946 Paul Davies, British Writer
1945 Alan Dukes, Irish president, Fine Gael
1945 Donald Graham, U.S. businessman
1945 Gielijn Escher, Dutch postage stamp artist
1945 Robert Key, MP/British undersecretary for National Heritage
1944 Joshua Rifkin, born in New York, musicologist, composer, keyboard, involved in ragtime revival, in the 1970's, recorded Scott Joplin's works for Nonesuch Records
1943 Mel Carter, singer, Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me
1943 Steve Dunne, cricketer, New Zealand Test umpire on international panel
1940 Peter Goldstein, joint founder, Superdrug
1939 Jason Miller, born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, actor and writer, Exorcist, Light of Day
1939 John Chilcot, civil servant
1938 Alan Bond, tycoon/yachtsman
1937 Bobbi Fiedler, born in Santa Monica, California, Representative-R-California 1981 - 1987
1937 David Summerscale, head master, Westminster School England
1937 Jack Nicholson, born in New Jersey, actor, One Flew Over Cuckoo's Nest, Shining
1937 Jack Nitzsche, composer/songwriter, An Officer and a Gentleman
1937 Ken Palmer, cricketer, 1-190 in only Test for England, now Test ump
1937 Kenneth Palmer, cricket umpire
1936 Glen Campbell, born in Delight, Arkansas, actor/singer, Time I Get to Phoenix
1935 Christopher Ball, linguist/warden, Keble College-Oxford
1934 9th viscount Portman, British large landowner/multi-millionaire
1934 John K. Barlow, English rubberplanter/financier/multi-millionaire
1934 Nico Ladenis, British restauranteur, Nico at 90
1934 Viscount Portman, Britsh landowner/multimillionaire
1933 John A. Llewellyn, born in Cardiff, Wales, astronaut
1933 Robin Hutton, merchant banker
1932 Michael Colgrass, born in Chicago, Illinois, composer, Best Wishes
1931 Henk Gortzak, Dutch MP, CPN/PSP
1931 Robert Dickson, born in Canada, ice hockey player, 1948
1931 Ronald Hynd, British choreographer, English National Ballet
1931 Siem Vroom, Dutch actor, The Lift, Bridge Too Far, Mysteries
1929 Geoffrey Marshall, Provost, Queen's College, Oxford
1929 Margaret Pereira, forensic scientist
1929 Michael Atiyah, educator, Trinity College - Cambridge England
1929 Robert Wade-Gery, diplomat and executive director, Barclays de Zoete Wedd
1929 Victoria Opoku-Ware, Ghanaian queen
1928 Aaron Spelling, TV executive producer, Charlie's Angels
1928 Margaret Pereira, forensic scientist
1927 Pascal Bentoiu, composer
1926 Bob Flannigan, born in Greencastle, Indiana, singer, 4 Freshmen
1926 Charlotte Rae, born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, actress, Edna-Facts of Life
1926 James Stirling, Scottish D-day-parachutist/architect/knight
1925 Christopher Ball, born in Oxford, warden, Keble College
1925 George Cole, born in London, England, actor, Minder, Vampire Lovers
1923 Betty Page, born in Kingsport, Tennessee, playmate, Jan, 1955, model, Dark Angel
1923 Hugh Lloyd, actor, Punch and Judy Man, Dunroamin' Rising
1923 Paula Fox, U.S. children's books author, Poor George
1923 Peter Bowring, CEO, C T Bowring
1923 Bettie Page, born in Nashville, Tennessee, American fetish and pin-up model, 'Playboy' playmate
1922 Charles Mingus, born in Arizona, jazz bassist, Pithecanthropus Erectus
1922 Lou Stein, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pianist, Tonight! America After Dark
1922 Richard C Diebenkorn, Jr., U.S., painter, Ocean Park Paintings
1922 Kingsley Amis, English Novelist
1920 Hal March, born in San Francisco, California, actor/TV host, $64,000 Question, Outrage
1920 Jos de Haes, Flemish philological/poet, Misery of the Word
1919 Donald Cram, U.S., biochemist, Nobel 1987
1917 Leo Abse, biographer/MP
1917 Mile Yvette Chauvire, born in France, ballerina assoluta, Sleeping Beauty
1917 Sidney Nolan, born in Australia, painter/illustrator, Ned Kelly
1916 Earl of Oxford and Asquith, governor, Seychelles
1916 Yehudi Menuhin, born in New York City, New York, Lord Menuhin, Baron Menuhin, violinist, conductor, writer, studied under George Enescu, Louis Persinger, Adolf Busch
1916 Yehudi Menuhin, born in New York City, violinist and conductor, Bartok's Sonata
1915 Dick Dudley, TV host, Village Barn
1915 Lord Airedale, British Lord, social democrat
1914 Charles Hubert Sisson, author and poet, Christopher Homm
1914 Hans Baumann, writer
1914 Jan de Hartog, Dutch/English writer, Holland's Glory
1912 Gavalda Miguel Querol, composer
1912 Kathleen Mary Ferrier, born in England, contralto, Orfeo Ed Evridice
1910 Eric Scowen, physician
1910 R. J. Ritchie, tennis player
1909 Ralph Byrd, born in Dayton, Ohio, actor, Dick Tracy TV Show
1908 Eddie Albert, born in Rock Island, Illinois, actor, Oliver-Green Acres
1906 Eric William Fenby, composer/president, Delius Society
1904 J. Robert Oppenheimer, born in New York, head of Manhattan, A-bomb, Project
1902 Megan Lloyd George, English politician
1899 Martyn Green, born in London, actor, Gilbert and Sullivan, Iceman Cometh
1899 Vladimir Nabokov, born in St. Petersburg, novelist
1892 Nikolai Obouhov, composer
1891 Belle Bennett, born in Milcoon Rapids, Iowa, actress, Stella Dallas, Iron Mask
1891 Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev, Sontsovka Ukraine, composer
1889 Ludwig Renn, born in Dresden, Germany, writer, fought in World War I on the Western Front, wrote, 'Krieg', member, Communist Party of Germany
1887 James Norman Hall, American Author
1884 Armas Emmanuel Launis, composer
1884 John van Capel, oldest man in Netherlands
1884 Otto Rank, Rosenfeld, Austria psychoanalysis, Kunstler
1881 Alexander Kerensky, Simbirsk, Russian PM, 1917
1878 Kitty Gordon, Folkestone England, entertainer
1876 O E Rolvaag, Norwegian-American novelist, Giants in the Earth
1876 Robert Barany, Sweden, otologist, vestibular expert, Nobel 1914
1873 Ellen Anderson Glasgow, U.S., novelist, Ancient Law, Pulitzer-1942
1870 Nikolai Lenin, Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov, Bolshevik/U.S.S.R. revolutionist
1870 Vladimir Lenin, Russian Leader
1868 Jose Vianna da Motta, composer
1866 Hans von Seeckt, German general, Future of the Reich
1864 Phil May, Wortley Yorkshire, cartoonist
1863 Cornelis A J van Dishoeck, Dutch publisher
1858 Ethel Mary Smyth, composer
1856 Louise Hens, Flemish actress, Two Orphans
1854 Henri-Marie Lafontaine, born in Belgium, international lawyer, Nobel 1913
1854 Henri La Fontaine, Belgian Lawyer
1853 Alphonse Bertillon, born in France, anthropologist, devised crime ID system
1839 August W. Eichler, German botanist
1832 Julius Sterling Morton, born in Adams, New York, Governor of Nebraska 1893 - 1897, started Arbor Day
1831 Alexander McDowell McCook, Major General Union volunteers
1828 Guilherme Antonio Cossoul, composer
1827 William Hopkins Morris, Major General Union volunteers
1823 Alfred Gibbs, Major General Union Army
1818 Cadwallader Colden Washburn, Major General Union volunteers
1816 Philip James Bailey, English poet, Festus
1799 Jean Poiseuille, physician/physiologist, blood pressure
1781 Christian Friedrich Hermann Uber, composer
1775 Georg Hermes, German philosopher/theologist, Hermenianen
1773 Jean V baron de Rebecque, Swiss/Dutch army leader
1772 George Cockburn, British Soldier
1766 Madame de Stael, Swiss-French belle-lettrist, An Extraordinary Woman
1766 Anne Louise Germaine de Stael, Swiss Author
1724 Immanuel Kant, born in Konigsberg, Germany, philosopher, Critique of Pure Reason
1707 Henry Fielding, born in England, novelist, Joseph Andrews, Tom Jones
1690 John Carteret, Earl Granville, C, English chief minister, 1722-42
1682 Willem I Kerricx the Young, Flemish architect/sculptor/painter
1658 Giuseppe Torelli, Italy, composer, Concert Grossi op 8
1640 Mariana Alcoforado, Portugal, nun
1610 Alexander VIII, Pietro Ottoboni, Italy, lawyer/Pope, 1689 - 1691
1515 Antoine of Bourbon, duke of Vendome/king of Navarra
1451 Isabella I, of Castile, Queen of Spain, 1479-1504, patron of Columbus
1357 Johan I, King of Portugal, 1383-1433