January 14 Birthdays in History - January 14 Deaths - January 14 Events
1988 Jamie Altman, son of Lynda Carter and Robert Altman
1988 Jordy, born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, French singer, guitarist, achieved Guinness Book of World Records as youngest singer with number one chart-topping hit, 'Dur dur d'etre bebe!', or, 'It's Tough to be a Baby', founded, tours, records with Jordy and the Dixies
1977 Terry Ryan, St. Johns, NHL left wing, Montreal Canadiens
1975 Marcel Koning, soccer player, FC The Hague/NEC
1974 Hugues Legault, born in Montreal, Quebec, 50m swimmer 1996 Olympics
1974 Kevin Jefferson, NFL linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals
1974 Michael Dritlein, WLAF wide receiver for the Rhein Fire
1974 Nancy Napolski, Hinsdale Idaho, air rifle 1996 Olympics
1973 Ed Howard, NFL wide receiver for the Atlanta Falcons
1973 Lethon Flowers, NFL defensive back for the Pittsburgh Steelers
1973 Rod Myers, Conroe, Texas, outfielder for the Kansas City Royals
1972 Kyle Brady, NFL tight end for the New York Jets
1972 Michael Davis, NFL cornerback for the Cleveland Browns
1970 Eric Charron, Verdun, NHL defenseman for the Washington Capitals
1970 Steve Cooke, Kanai Hawaii, pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates
1970 Tyrone Hughes, NFL cornerback, New Orleans Saints, Chicago Bears
1969 Dave Grohl, drummer, Nirvana, Foo Fighters
1969 David Webb, WLAF linebacker for the Frankfurt Galaxy
1969 Jason Kent Bateman, Rye, New York, actor, David-Valerie, Hogan Family
1969 Martin Bicknell, cricketer, England pace bowler 1993
1969 Rico Smith, NFL wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns
1969 Jason Bateman, American Actor
1968 Fred[ric] Honebein, born in San Francisco, California, rower, Olympics-5th-1996
1968 L L Cool J, James Todd Smith, St. Albans, New York, rapper, Bigger and Deffer
1967 Emily Watson, actress, Breaking the Waves, Boxer
1967 Terry Wooden, NFL linebacker, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs
1967 Tom Rhodes, actor, Tom Rhodes-Mr Rhodes
1967 Zakk Wylde, American Musician
1966 Daniel J Schneider, born in Memphis, Tennessee, actor, Dennis-Head of the Class
1966 Matt Brock, NFL defensive end/tackle for the New York Jets
1965 Dave Lowry, Sudbury, NHL left wing for the Florida Panthers
1965 Desiree Nosbusch, Luxembourg, actress, The Fan
1965 Jemma Redgrave, born in London, England, actress, Buddha of Suburbia
1965 Slick Rick, American Musician
1964 Sergei Nemchinov, born in Moscow, Russia, NHL center, New York Islanders, Silver Medal 1998 Olympics
1964 Steven Soderbergh, writer, Mimi, Schizoplis
1964 Shepard Smith, American Journalist
1962 Patrica Morrison, rocker, Sisters of Mercy-Walk Away, Black Planet
1961 Robert Edwin Hall, mountaineer/businessman
1960 Eric Alterman, American Writer
1959 Carl Chas Smash Smyth, rock bassist, Madness-Our House
1959 Geoff Tate, vocalist, Queensryche-Breaking the Silence
1959 Paul Terry, cricketer, in Germany Two Tests England vs. WI 1984
1959 Susan Smith, Beloit WISC, playmate, Sept, 1981
1958 Colin Ferguson, murderer, 6 people on the LIRR on Dec 7, 1993
1953 Denzil Douglas, Statesman
1952 Sydney Biddle Barrow, madam/autohr, Mayflower Madam
1952 Sydney Biddle Barrows, American Celebrity
1951 Gil Pak Jong, Korea PR, judo, Olympic-1976
1951 William Risrook, rocker, BT Express-Here Comes the Express
1949 Christine Belford, Amityville, New York, actress, Banacek, Empire, 90210
1949 Lawrence Kasdan, born in Miami, Florida, director and writer, Accidental Tourist
1949 Franklin Raines, American Businessman
1948 Carl Weathers, New Orlean, Louisiana, actor, Apollo Creed-Rocky
1948 T-Bone Burnett, born in St. Louis, Missouri, musician, songwriter, produced artists including BoDeans, Counting Crows, music for films
1948 Tim Harris, rocker, Foundations
1947 Bill Weberniuk, Canadian snookers player
1944 Graham Vivian Marsh, Kalgoorlie Australia, PGA golfer, 1977 Heritage
1943 Holland Taylor, Philadelphia, actress, Bossom Buddies, Camilla-Naked Truth
1943 Jose Luis Rodriguez, born in Caracas, Venezuela, singer, Dueno De Nada
1943 Ronald Hunter, born in Boston, Massachusetts, actor, Lazarus Syndrome
1943 Shannon Lucid, born in Shanghai, China, astronaut, STS-51G, 34, 43, 58, 76/79
1942 Amichand Rajbansi, South African politician
1942 Carol Bellamy, Planfield, New Jersey, City Council Pres-D-NYC, 1978-85
1941 C L "Gibby" Gilbert, Jr., Chattanooga, Tennessee, PGA golfer, 1976 Danny Thomas
1941 Marjoe Gortner, born in Long Beach, California, actor, Speak Up America, Falcon Crest
1941 [Dorothy] Faye Dunaway, Bascom, Florida, actress, Chinatown, Bonnie and Clyde
1941 Faye Dunaway, American Actress
1940 Julian Bond, born in Nashville, Tennessee, D-Ga, civil rights leader
1940 Trevor Nunn, English Director
1938 Allen Toussaint, Naomi Neville, pianist/songwriter, Ride Your Pony
1938 Jack Jones, born in Los Angeles, California, singer, Love Boat Theme
1937 Billie Jo Spears, country singer
1937 Ken Higgs, cricketer, effective England pace-bowler in 15 Tests 1965-68
1936 Clarence Carter, U.S. singer, Thread the Needle
1936 John Paul Cain, Sweetwater, Texas, PGA golfer, 1989 Greater Grand Rapids
1936 Ludmila Pinayeva, U.S.S.R., 500m kayak, Gold Medals 1964, 1968, 1972 Olympics
1936 Reiner Klimke, born in West Germany, equestrian dressage 1984 Olympics gold
1933 Stan Brakhage, American Director
1932 Caterina Valente, Paris, France, singer, Entertainers
1932 Harriet Andersson, Stockholm Sweden, actress, Cries and Whispers
1930 Edgar Sergeyi Hovhanesyan, composer
1930 Ernest Just, Black biologist, served as Vice President of American Zoologists
1929 Aleksander Petrovic, film director
1929 Billy Walker, born in Ralls, Texas, country singer, Ozark Jubilee
1928 Gerald Arpino, Staten Island, New York, choreographer
1928 Garry Winogrand, born in New York City, New York, prolific photographer, known for 20th century portraits of America, focusing on social issues of the time, exhibited at Museum of Modern Art, published 'The Animals', 'Public Relations'
1927 Ivan Kalita, U.S.S.R., equestrian dressage, Silver Medal 1968 Olympics
1926 Frank Aletter, Long Island, New York, actor, Mac-It's About Time, Tom-Nancy
1926 Harold Wolpe, sociologist lawyer/Soth African activist
1926 Tom Tryon, Hartford, Connecticut, actor, Cardinal, All That Glitters
1926 Warren Mitchell, Australian Actor
1925 Yukio Mishima, Japan, novelist, Temple of Golden Pavilion
1924 Guy Williams, New York City, actor, Zorro, Lost in Space
1921 Charles Gaupp, German/Dutch painter
1921 Mark Lawrence, Washington D.C., pianist, Alice Pearce
1920 Bertus de Harder, Dutch soccer star, Bordeaux
1920 Donald Beard, cricketer, New Zealand pace bowler in the 1950's
1920 George Herman, newsman, CBS-TV
1919 Andy Rooney, born in Albany, New York, CBS news correspondent, 60 Minutes
1919 Giulio Andreotti, 7 x premier, Italy
1916 John Oliver Killens, novelist
1915 Andre Frossard, Catholic columnist
1914 Harold Russell, actor, Best Years of Our Life
1913 Tillie Olsen, born in Nebraska, writer, considered the first generation of American feminists
1912 Rudolf Hagelstange, German author and poet, Spielball der Gotter
1911 George Amadee Tremblay, composer
1911 Helmut Degen, composer
1910 Renier van der Velden, composer
1909 Joseph Walton Losey, Wisconsin, director, Damned, Accident
1908 Carl Esmond, Vienna Austria, actor, Address Unknown, Hitler
1908 Ruggiero de Rudolpho Columbo, U.S. singer and actor, Miracle of Women
1907 Derek Richter, British neuro chemist, Aspects of learning and memory
1907 Sophie Redmond, Suriname's 1st female physician
1906 Walter Knape, composer
1906 William Bendix, born in New York City, actor, Lifeboat, Babe Ruth Story, Life of Riley
1904 Cecil Beaton, England, royal family photographer
1903 Veronica Turleigh, County Donegal Ireland, actress, Promoter
1902 Alfred Tarski, Warsaw, mathematician/logician
1902 F C Terborgh, Reijnier Flaes, Dutch writer, De Turkenoorlog
1901 Bebe Daniels, Scotland, actress, 42nd Street, Lonesome Luke
1901 Carlos P Romulo, Philippine general/diplomat/jurist
1899 Fritz Bayerlein, German Lieutenant-General, WW I, Poland, Libya, St-Lo
1899 Carlos P. Romulo, Filipino Politician
1898 Helen Flint, Chicago, actress, Sea Devils, Married Before Breakfast
1896 John dos Passos, novelist, 1919, Big Money, 42nd Parallel
1895 George Richard Samways, children's writer
1892 Hal Roach, early film director/producer, 1 Million BC
1892 Martin Niemoller, clergyman, German Protestant, ; imprisoned by Hitler
1889 Vincenzo Davico, composer
1886 Hugh Lofting, England, writer and illustrator, Dr. Dolittle
1882 Hendrik W van Loon, Netherland, commentator/writer, Story of America
1882 Hendrik Willem Van Loon, American Journalist
1878 Victor A. D. Segalen, French writer
1875 Albert Schweitzer, doctor/humanitarian/organist, Nobel 1954
1874 Thornton Waldo Burgess, author, Peter Rabbit
1871 Pauline Beersmans, PLJM van Cuyck, Flemish actress, Hofslachter
1868 Catharina A. M. de Savornin Lohman, Dutch author, Belief
1863 Pieter Oosterlee, Dutch educator
1861 Wilhelm von Polenz, German writer, Der Pfarrer von Breitendorf
1851 Theophile EA de Bock, Dutch painter/etcher/drawer
1850 Jean de Reszke, Polish tenor
1850 Pierre Loti, Julien Viaud, French sea officer/writer, Pacheur
1845 Henry C K Petty-Fitzmaurice 5th marquess of Landsdowne/Governor-General Canada
1844 Clara Kathleen Rogers, composer
1841 Berthe M P Morisot, French painter/aquarellist
1841 Berthe Morisot, French Artist
1836 [Hugh] Judson Kilpatrick, Major General Union volunteers
1834 William Cleaver Francis Robinson, composer
1831 John Bullock Clark, Jr., Brigadier General Confederate Army
1822 Nicholas Mori, composer
1819 Fabio Campana, composer
1819 Frederick Steele, Major General Union volunteers
1818 Zacharias Topelius, Finnish historical novelist, Surgeon's Stories
1817 Harmen S Sytstra, Dutch poet/editor, Iduna
1814 Johannes Josephus Viotta, composer
1812 Carl Gradener, composer
1806 Matthew Fontaine Maury, Naval Commander, Confederacy
1800 Ludwig A. F. Ritter von Kochel, Austrian musicologist, Mozart, Fux
1798 Isaac da Costa, Dutch writer/lawyer
1798 Johan R Thorbecke, Premier of Netherlands, Lib-1849..72
1791 Calvin Phillips, became shortest known adult male, 67 cm; 2' 2"
1780 Francois-Joseph Dizi, composer
1751 Corona Elizabeth Wilhelmine Schroter, composer
1741 Benedict Arnold, U.S. general turn traitor, Revolutionary War
1730 William Whipple, merchant/judge, Declaration of Independence signer
1722 Friedrich Gottlob Fleischer, composer
1705 Jean-Baptiste C Bouvet de Lozier/Lozier-Bouvet, governor, Reunion Is
1700 Picander, Christian F Henrici, German writer, Der Sauffer
1684 Jean-Baptiste Vanloo, French painter
1664 Simon van Slingelandt, Dutch grand pensionary, 1727-36
1655 Angelo Predieri, composer
1618 Jan Six, Dutch mayor of Amsterdam
1615 John Biddle, English minister, Unitarian
1592 Sjihab al-Din Sultan Choerram Sjah Djahan, leader of India
1566 Angelo Notari, composer
1467 Henry van Stolberg and Wernigerode, German gov/viceroy of Frisia
1451 Franchinus Gaffurius, composer