July 23 Birthdays in History - July 23 Deaths - July 23 Events
1989 Daniel Radcliffe, born in Hammersmith, England, actor, famous for playing role of Harry Potter in film series, 'Harry Potter'
1982 Schottzie Schott, dog mascot of Cincinnati Reds
1976 Inger Lise Ebeltoft, Miss Universe-Norway 1996
1974 Maurice Greene, born in Kansas City, Kansas, 100m runner
1974 Tara Williams, WNBA guard, Phoenix Mercury
1973 Darvin Ham, NBA forward, Washington Wizards
1973 Kyle Walters, CFL defensive back for the Hamilton Tiger Cats
1973 Monica Lewinsky, American Celebrity
1973 Nomar Garciaparra, American Athlete
1973 Omar Epps, American Actor
1972 Marlon Wayans, comedian, Wayans Bros, In Living Color
1972 Oscar McBride, NFL tight end for the Arizona Cardinals
1972 Seth Dittman, NFL offensive tackle, Indianapolis Colt, London Monarchs
1972 Trisha Fallon, Australian basketball forward 1996 Olympics bronze
1971 Aimee Rinehart, Miss Missouri USA 1996
1971 Alison Krauss, born in Decatur, Illinois, country singer, 2 Highways
1971 Allison Krauss, American Musician
1970 Sam Waters, Camp Springs, Maryland, singer, Color Me Badd-Want to Sex You Up
1970 Charisma Carpenter, American Actress
1969 Andrew Cassels, Bramalea, NHL center, Hartford Whalers
1969 Dimitri Khristich, NHL left wing for the Los Angeles Kings
1969 Fernanda Ribeiro, born in Portugal, 10k runner, 1996 Olympics gold
1969 Reyhan Agaoglu, WLAF safety for the Amsterdam Admirals
1968 Stephanie Seymour, SD California, actress/model, Sunny Side Up
1968 Amy Fruwirth, born in Cypress, California, LPGA golfer, 1995 McCall's LPGA-4th
1968 Beth Ehlers, born in Queens, New York, actress, Harley Cooper-Guiding Light, Hunger
1968 Christopher "Chris" Kerber, Collingswood, New Jersey, rower 1996 Olympics
1968 Douglas Craft, CFL defensive back, Montreal Alouettes
1968 Elden Campbell, NBA forward and center, Los Angeles Lakers
1968 Gary Payton, NBA guard, Seattle Supersonics
1968 Stefan Figliuzzi, hockey forward, Team Italy 1998
1968 Stephane Seymour, model, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover-1988
1967 Nicole Jagerman, Netherlands, tennis star
1967 Philip Seymour Hoffman, American Actor
1966 Micheal Williams, NBA guard for the Minnesota Timberwolves
1965 Slash, born in Stoke-on-Trent, England, born Saul Hudson, musician, played lead guitar for Guns N' Roses. 1985 - 1006, founded band Slash's Snakepit and Velvet Revolver
1965 Brett Faryniarz, NFL linebacker for the Carolina Panthers
1964 Greg Best, born in Lynchburg, Virginia, Equestrian athlete, Silver Medal 1988, 1992 Olympics
1963 Siobodan Zivojinovic, Yugoslavia, tennis star
1962 Eriq La Salle, Hartford, Connecticut, actor, Dr. Peter Benton-ER
1962 Terry-Jo Myers, born in Ft. Myers, Florida, LPGA golfer, 1988 Mayflower Classic
1961 Antoine Carr, NBA forward and center, Utah Jazz
1961 Martin Gore, rocker, Depeche Mode-Just Can't Get Enough
1961 Woody Harrelson, born in Midland, Texas, actor, Woody Boyd-Cheers
1958 Kenneth J Green, born in Danbury CT, PGA golfer, 1985 Buick Open
1958 Lydia Cornell, born in El Paso, Texas, actress, Sara Rush-Too Close for Comfort
1957 Harry Stefanki, Mento Park Cal, tennis star
1957 Theo van Gogh, controversial Dutch director, Submission
1955 Marisa DeFranco, rocker, DeFranco Family
1955 Pat Brown, born in San Francisco, California, politician, Democratic party, 32nd Governor of California
1953 Graham Gooch, cricketer, prolific England opener and captain
1952 Janis Siegel, born in New York City, jazz singer, Manhattan Transfer-Tuxedo Junction
1952 Paul Hibbert, cricketer, one Test Australia vs. India 1977, scored 13 and 2
1951 Edie McClurg, born in Kansas City, Missouri, actress, Cinderella-1985, Hogan Family
1951 Terry Davis, born in New York City, actress, Stacey Winthrop-Another World
1950 Alan Turner, Aussie cricket left-handed opener, World Cup ton 1975
1950 Belinda J Montgomery, born in Winnipeg, actress, Man From Atlantis
1950 Blair Thornton, rock guitarist, Bachman-Turner-Overdrive
1950 Kaity Tong, news anchor, WABC-TV New York City
1949 Clive Rice, South African cricket all-rounder, WSC 1978-79, ODI 1991
1947 David Essex, Cook, London, rock vocalist/actor, That'll be the Day
1947 Spencer Christian, weatherman, Good Morning America
1947 Robert M. Parker, Jr., American Critic
1946 Andy MacKay, born in London, rock sax/oboe, Roxy Music-Dance Away
1946 Keith Ferguson, blues guy, Fabulous Thunderbirds
1945 Harold W. Hennep, Arubians/Dutch dancer/actor, Plus Echo
1944 Dino Danelli, born in Jersey City, New Jersey, rock drummer, Fotomaker, Young Rascals
1944 Judith A Bosch, Dutch radio/TV-hostess, Tweekamp, Zeskamp
1943 Tony Joe White, born in Oak Grove, Louisiana, nickname, 'The Swamp Fox', singer, guitarist, songwriter, known for hit 'Polk Salad Annie', swam rock genre
1942 John de Hont, Dutch guitarist, ZZ and Masks
1942 Madeline Bell, U.S. singer, Black Nativity
1940 Don Imus, radio disc jockey, WNBC
1940 Gary Stites, rock vocalist, Lonely For You
1938 Ronny Cox, Cloudcroft Massachusetts, actor, St. Elsewhere
1936 Anthony Kennedy, born in California, 106th Supreme Court justice, 1988-
1936 Don Drysdale, born in Van Nuys, California, pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers-Cy Young 1962
1935 Cleveland Dunkin, rocker, Penguins
1934 Nicholas Barrington, high commissioner, Pakistan
1934 Steve Lacy, American Musician
1933 Bert Convy, born in St. Louis, Missouri, actor, Snoop Sisters, Win Lose or Draw
1933 Richard Rogers, English architect
1932 Alistair Graham, headmaster, Mill Hill School
1931 Jan Torell, Limhamm Sweden, director, New Land, Emigrants
1931 Richard Searby, deputy-chairman, News Corp Ltd-Australia
1931 Viktor Korchnoi, chess champ
1929 Andrew Rutherford, warden, Goldsmith's College
1928 Leon Fleisher, born in San Francisco, California, pianist/conductor, Annapolis Symph 1973-77
1927 Al McCandless, born in Brawley, California, Representative-R-California 1983 - 1993 and 1993 - 1995
1927 Elliot McKay See, Jr., Dallas Texas, astronaut
1926 Ludvik Vaculik, writer
1925 Donna Anderson, Akiak AK, actress, On the Beach
1925 Gloria DeHaven, born in Los Angeles, California, actress, Bog, Yellow Cab Man, Irene-Nakia
1925 Pierre Baugniet, Belgium, pairs ice skater 1948 Olympics gold
1924 Betsy Haworth, deacon/minister
1922 Moses Rosen, chief Rabbi of Romania
1921 Calvert DeForest, born in Brooklyn, New York, comedian, Larry "Bud" Melman
1921 David Lawmn, CEO, Prestige Group
1921 Harry Hookway, pro-chancellor, Loughborough University
1921 Heinz Bennent, Aachen Germany, Actor, Possession
1921 Jerome Rosen, composer
1921 Peter Twiss, test pilot
1920 Malcolm Hughes, artist
1920 Marcel Maeyer, de Maeyer, Belgian sculptor/graphic artist
1919 [Harold] Pee Wee Reese, Hall of Fame shortstop, Dodgers
1918 Pee Wee Reese, American Athlete
1917 Charles Kerruish, president, Tyndwald Isle of Man
1917 John Stokes, born in England, politician, Conservative Party Member of Parliament, The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, member of the Conservative Monday Club, Primrose League
1917 Kurt Kreuger, born in St. Moritz, Switzerland, actor, Fear, Unfaithfully Yours
1916 Ben Weber, born in St. Louis, Missouri, composer, Thorne Music Award-1965
1916 Ronald Ridout, school textbook author
1914 Alastair Down, CEO, Burmah Oil
1913 Coral Browne, born in Melbourne, Australia, actress, Margaret-Time Express
1913 Michael Foot, born Plymouth, England, born Michael Mackintosh Foot, writer, politician, Labor Party, Leader of the Opposition
1912 Michael Wilding, born in England, actor, Courtney Affair, World of Suzie Wong
1912 M. H. Abrams, Critic
1910 Pimen, Sergei Irzjekov, patriarch Russian-Orthodox Cathederal
1908 Karl Swenson, born in Brooklyn, New York, actor, Lara-Little House on the Prairie
1907 Elspeth Josceline Huxley, English author
1907 Elspeth Huxley, Kenyan Writer
1906 Clancy Cooper, actress, Enchanted Forest, Girls in Chains
1906 Wolfgang Gentner, German nuclear physicist
1906 Marston Bates, American Scientist
1905 Daniel M K "Daan" Inghelram, Flemish author, Angelique
1905 Erich Itor Kahn, composer
1902 Walter Burle Marx, composer
1899 Gustav Heinemann, President of West Germany
1898 Mervyn "Red" Dutton, Manitoba, 2nd NHL President, 1943-46
1895 Florence Vidor, Arto, born in Houston, Texas, actress, Jack Knife Man
1894 Arthur Treacher, born in Brighton, England, announcer, Merv Griffin Show
1893 Karl Menninger, psychiatrist, Menninger Clinic
1892 Haile Selassie, Ras Tafari Makonnen, emperor of Ethiopia, 1930-74
1892 Petros John Petridis, composer
1891 Maurus H Hulsman, Dutch priest/editor, Amigoe di Curaeao
1888 Gluyas Williams, cartoonist, Fellows Citizen
1888 Milan Stoyadinovich, born in Serbia, fascist Yugoslavia PM, 1935-39
1888 Raymond Chandler, mystery writer, Farewell My Lovely
1886 Arthur Whitten Brown, aviator
1886 John C Poortenaar, painter/etcher/cartoonist
1886 Salvador de Madariaga y Rojo, writer/diplomat
1884 Albert Warner, U.S. producer, Warner Bros
1884 Apolinary Szeluto, composer
1884 Emil Jannings, born in Germany, actor, Faust, Passion, Blue Angel
1876 William Gillies Whittaker, composer
1866 Francesco Cilea, composer
1865 Friedrich Aereboe, landhuishoudkundige
1865 Max Heindel, Danish Celebrity
1861 Alexander W. F. Idenburg, Governor-General of Netherlands Indies, 1909-16
1857 French [M J Francois] Erens, lawyer/literary, Pursue Years
1856 Arthur H Bird, composer
1856 Bal Gangadhar Tilak, British-Indian Hindi leader
1853 William H Gillette, actor, Sherlock Holmes on stage
1851 Charles Bannerman, Aussie cricket batsman, 1st centurion
1849 Geza Zichy, composer
1841 Edward John Armstrong, poet
1838 Edouard Colonne, composer/violinist
1834 James "Cardinal" Gibbons, archbishop of Baltimore
1828 Jonathan Hutchinson, surgeon/scientist
1827 Pieter Caland, Dutch hydraulic engineer, New Waterway
1825 Richard Hol, Dutch composer/organist/conductor
1824 Gabriel Colvin Wharton, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1823 Coventry Kersey Dighton Patmore, English poet
1822 Darius Nash Couch, Major General Union volunteers
1816 Charlotte Sanders Cushman, U.S., actress, Lady MacBeth
1816 Charlotte Saunders Cushman, American Actress
1806 Eduard Marxsen, composer
1803 Johann Vesque von Puttlingen, composer
1796 Franz Adolf Berwald, Sweden, composer
1793 Joseph Hartmann Stuntz, composer
1775 Francois-Eugene Vidocq, British police detective
1773 Karl Ludwig Hellwig, composer
1769 Alexey Nikolayevich Titov, composer
1735 Johannes Herbst, composer
1659 Antonius Schultingh, Schultingius, Dutch lawyer
1401 Francesco Sfoza, soldier
1339 Louis I, Duke of Anjou/King of Naples, Battle at Poitiers