March 14 Birthdays in History - March 14 Deaths - March 14 Events
1989 Oliver Bernsen, son of Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays
1983 Jordan Taylor Hanson, born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, singer, Hansons-MMMMbop
1983 Taylor Hanson, born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, percussionist, keyboardist, singer, member of band, Hanson, famous song, 'MMMBop', lead singer for the Tinted Windows band
1982 Kate Maberly, actress, Secret Garden
1976 Sarah Elizabeth Ulmer, born in Auckland, New Zealand, 3k ind pursuit cyclist 1996 Olympics
1974 Justine Joyce, Australian rower 1996 Olympics
1973 Chris Sullivan, defensive end for the New England Patriots
1972 Antowain Smith, running back for the Buffalo Bills
1972 Aris Brimanis, born in Cleveland, NHL defenseman for the Philadelphia Flyers
1972 Clover Maitland, Australian field hockey goal keeper 1996 Olympics
1972 Tom Barndt, NFL/WLAF guard for the Kansas City Chiefs, Scottish Claymores
1971 Ernie Brown, CFL defensive tackle for the Calgary Stampeders
1970 Meredith Salenger, actress, Dream a Little Dream, The Kiss
1970 Thomas McLemore, NFL tight end for the Indianapolis Colts
1969 Greg Biekert, NFL linebacker for the Oakland Raiders
1969 Larry Johnson, NBA forward for the Charlotte Hornets, New York Knicks
1969 Laura Leighton, actress, Sydney-Melrose Place, Other Woman
1969 Ty[rel] Bennion, born in Seattle, Washington rower 1996 Olympics
1968 Megan Follows, actress, Chase, Anne of Green Gables
1967 Edward M. Fincke, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Captain USAF/astronaut
1967 Melissa Brennan Reeves, born in Eatontown, New Jersey, actress, Jen-Days of our Lives
1967 Vijay Yadav, cricketer, Indian wicket-keeper between More and Mongia
1966 Darcy Wakaluk, born in Pincher Creek, NHL goalie for the Dallas Stars
1966 Tertius Bosch, cricketer, South African pace bowler 1992
1965 John Stephenson, cricketer, England opening bat in one Test vs. Australia 1989
1965 Kevin Brown, born in Mcintyre, Georgia, pitcher for the Florida Marlins
1965 Kiana Tom, American Model
1965 Billy Sherwood, American Musician
1965 Kevin Williamson, American Author
1964 Donald Evans, NFL defensive end/tackle for the New York Jets
1963 Bruce Reid, cricketer, brilliant left-arm Australia pace bowler 1985-92
1963 Pedro Duque, born in Madrid, Spain, engineer and astronaut, STS-78 alt, sk:95
1962 Kirby Puckett, centerfielder for the Minnesota Twins
1961 Gary Dell'Abate, producer, Howard Stern Show
1961 Grigoriy Kornev, Russian speed walker, world record 5 km
1961 Russell Todd, actor, Jamie Frame-Another World
1960 George Horvath, born in Sweden, pentathlete, 1980 Olympic
1960 Helen Hopkins, born in Donneybrook, Australia, golfer, Australian International 1983
1959 Patrick Dupond, born in Paris, dancer, La Bayadere
1958 Albert Alexandre Louis Pierre, Prince of Monaco/bobsledder 1988 Olympics
1957 Tad Williams, American Writer
1956 Natalya Dmitriyevna Kuleshova, born in Russia, cosmonaut
1956 Tessa Sanderson, born in Kingston, Jamaica, British javelin thrower 1984 Olympics gold
1955 Boon Gould, rock guitarist, Level 42-Hot Water
1954 Adrian Zmed, born in Chicago, Illinois, actor, TJ Hooker, Dance Fever
1954 Jann Browne, country singer, Mexican Wind
1953 Tim McKee, U.S., 400m medley swimmer, 1972 Olympics silver
1952 David Byrne, guitarist and vocalist, Talking Heads-Burning Down the House
1951 Rick Dees, radio disc jock, KIIS LA
1950 Michael Ford, son of President Gerald and Betty Ford
1948 Tom Coburn, American Politician
1947 Billy Crystal, born in Long Beach, New York, comedian, Soap, SNL, City Slickers
1947 Jan te Veldhuis, Dutch MP, VVD
1947 Janis Schmitt, born in St. Louis, Missouri, playmate, February 1978
1947 William J. Jefferson, born in Lake Providence, Lousiana, Representative-D-Louisiana 1991 - 2009
1946 Jasper Carrott, English comedian, Jane and the Lost City, Detectives
1946 Steve Kanaly, born in Burbank, California, actor, Fleshburn, Ray Krebbs-Dallas
1946 Wes Unseld, NBA all-star, Baltimore Bullets, MVP 1969
1945 Herman[us J] van Veen, Netherlands, cabaretier, singer, composer and writer
1945 Michael Martin Murphey, born in Dallas, Texas, country singer, Wildfire
1945 Walt Parazaider, born in Chicago, Illinois, rock saxophonist, Chicago
1944 Clyde Lee, born in Nashville, Tennessee, basketball player, Vanderbilt University's 'greatest player', played ten NBA seasons with the Warriors, Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers
1943 Jim Pons, born in Santa Monica, California, bassist, Turtles-Happy Together
1942 Jerry Jeff Walker, born in Oneonta, New York, country singer, Mr. Bojangles
1942 John Whittaker, English real estate developer, Peel Holdings
1941 Wolfgang Petersen, born in Emden, Germany, actor, Shattered, Enemy Mine
1940 Eleanor Fount, English actress, Women in Love, Bedazzled
1940 Rita Tushingham, born in Liverpool, England, actress, Green Eyes, Dr. Zhivago
1939 Bertrand Blier, born in Paris, France, novelist and director, Going Places
1939 William Benjamin Lenoir, born in Miami, Florida, astronaut, STS-5
1938 Johnny Gleeson, cricketer, mystery spinner for Australia 1966-72
1937 Peter van der Merwe, cricketer, South African captain of mid-1960's
1936 Bob Charles, born in Carterton, New Zealand, PGA golfer, 1963 Houston Open
1935 Jo van den Booren, composer
1934 Eugene A. Cernan, born in Chicago, Captain USN/astronaut, Gemini 9, Apollo 10 17
1934 Shirley Scott, swing/blues organist, with Stanley Turrentine
1934 Dionigi Tettamanzi, Italian Clergyman
1934 Eleanor Bron, British Actress
1933 Michael Caine, born in London, actor, Alfie
1933 Quincy Jones, born in Chicago, Illinois, composer and singer, We Are The World
1931 Bob Goalby, golfer, British Open-1968, Canadian Open-1968, New Zealand 1970
1931 Phil Phillips [Baptiste], rock vocalist, Sea Of Love
1930 Dieter Schnebel, German vicar/composer
1930 Ray Flockton, cricketer, prolific NSW batsman of 50's
1928 Frank Borman, born in Gary, Indiana, astronaut, Gemini 7, Apollo 8, CEO, Eastern Airline
1927 Bill Rexford, auto racer
1927 Joop F. Wolff, Dutch editor, Truth, Dutch politician, CPN
1926 Francois d'Assise Morel, composer
1925 John Barrington Wain, born in England, novelist and poet, Hurry on Down
1925 John Wain, English Poet
1923 Diane Arbus, photographer and innovator
1922 Colin Fletcher, author, Walking Through Time
1922 Les Baxter, U.S., singer, orchestra leader and composer, Born Again
1921 Lis Hartel, born in Denmark, equestrian dressage, Olympics silver 1952, 1956
1921 Ada Louise Huxtable, American Critic
1920 Dorothy Tyler-Odam, born in Great Britain, high jumper, Olympics silver 1936, 1948
1920 Hank Ketcham, cartoonist, Dennis the Menace
1919 Luther Henderson, Jr., born in Kansas City, Missouri, orchestra leader, Polly Bergen Show
1919 Max Shulman, novelist, Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Tender Trap
1918 Dennis Patrick, born in Philadelphia, actor, Dear Dead Delilah, Dallas, Rituals
1917 Macha Louis Rosenthal, critic and poet
1915 Alexander Brott, composer
1915 Carlos Surinach, born in Barcelona, Spain, composer, Monte Carlo
1915 Kenneth Rowntree, painter
1914 Fiorenzo Marini, born in Italy, epee, 1960 Olympics gold
1914 Henry Ralph Carr, soldier
1914 Jiri Reinberger, composer
1913 Witold Rudzinski, composer
1913 Lee Petty, American Celebrity
1912 John Amery, British Politician
1911 Pete Piute, Morris Kaufman, born in New York City, comedian, Village Barn
1909 Andre Pieyre de Mandiargues, French writer, Margin
1908 Maurice, Jean Jacques, Merleau-Ponty, French philosopher
1908 Nikolay Petrovich Rakov, composer
1907 Bjorn-Erik Hoijer, Swedish writer, Nu dansar Sara
1906 Ulvi Cemal Erkin, composer
1905 Raymond Aron, French sociologist and political scientist
1903 Molla Mustafa Barzani, Iran, Kurd leader, KDP
1895 Frans Ganshof, Belgian historian
1894 Josef Schelb, composer
1892 Olive Netta Parsons, co-founder, Collet's Bookshop
1891 John P Strijbos, Dutch writer, Wandering through South Africa
1887 George Creten, Belgian sculptor and painter
1887 Lawrence Collingwood, composer
1884 Albert Egges van Giffen, Dutch archaeologist
1884 Winter Haynes Watts, composer
1883 Juan Manen, composer
1880 Oscar, Bachigaloupi, Tourniaire, actor and director, Pink Kate
1879 Albert Einstein, born in Ulm, Germany, physicist, Nobel 1921
1878 Carel T. Scharten, Dutch poet and writer, Forces of the Future
1875 Isadore Gilbert Mudge, U.S., librarian and author, Thackeray Dictionary
1875 Norman Houstoun O'Neill, composer
1874 Anton F. Philips, president-director of Philips
1874 Mary Carr, born in Philadelphia, actress, Forbidden Trail, Pack Up Your Troubles
1873 Joannes D. J. Aengenent, sociologist and bishop of Haarlem, 1928-35
1868 Emily Murphy, Canadian Activist
1864 [John] Casey Jones, RR engineer, Ballad of Casey Jones
1862 Vilhelm FK Bjerknes, Norwegian/U.S. physicist/meteorology
1854 Paul Ehrlich, born in Germany, bacteriologist, Nobel-1908
1854 Thomas Riley Marshall, D, 28th Vice President, 1913-21
1854 Thomas R. Marshall, American Politician
1847 Antonio de Castro Alves, Brazilian poet, Espumas Flutuantes
1844 King Umberto I, of Italy, 1878-1900
1844 Arthur O'Shaughnessy, British Poet
1837 Charles Ammi Cutter, U.S. librarian, Expansive classification
1835 Manuel Fernandez Caballero, composer
1833 John Sappington Marmaduke, Major General Confederate Army
1833 Lucy Hobbs Taylor, 1st U.S. woman dentist, 1866
1831 Leon Leopold Lewandoski, composer
1826 William Fisk Sherwin, composer
1823 Roswell Sabine Ripley, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1821 Jens Worsaae, Denmark, archaeologist
1820 Victor Emmanuel II, King of Sardinia, 1849-61, Italy, 1861-78
1816 Montgomery Dent Corse, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1815 Josephine Lang, composer
1808 Catharinus Putnam Buckingham, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1804 Johann Strauss, the Elder, Viennese violinist and composer, Radetzky March
1803 F. G. Klopstock, writer
1800 James Bogardus, U.S. inventor/builder, made cast-iron buildings
1795 Rubert Lucas Pearsall, composer
1782 Thomas Hart Benton, rep, "Old Bullion"
1755 Pierre-Louis Couperin, composer
1727 Johann Gottlieb Goldberg, composer
1726 Josef Antonin Stepan, composer
1692 Peter Musschenbroek, Dutch physician/physicist, Leyden jar
1681 Georg Philipp Telemann, Magdeburg Germany, late baroque composer
1623 Adam-Nicolas Gascon, composer