March 19 Birthdays in History - March 19 Deaths - March 19 Events
1992 Henry and Angus Bernsen, twin sons of Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays
1982 Che' Vonne Burton, Miss Michigan Teen USA, 1997
1976 Rachel Blanchard, born in Toronto, actress, Cher Horowitz-Clueless
1975 Antonio Daniels, NBA guard, Vancouver Grizzlies
1974 Jennifer Lynn Drayton, born in Saginaw, Michigan, Miss America-Michigan, 1997
1974 John Coppinger, born in El Paso, Texas, pitcher, Baltimore Orioles
1973 John Michels, NFL tackle, Green Bay Packers Superbowl 31
1972 Maria Maunder, born in St. John's, New Foundland, rower 1996 Olympics
1971 Cory Fleming, NFL wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys
1971 Dalton James, actor, My Father the Hero, Mark-Beverly Hills 90201
1971 Kirk Botkin, NFL tight end, NO Saints, Pittsburgh Steelers
1971 Louie Debrusk, Cambridge, NHL left wing, Edmonton Oilers
1971 Marty Moore, NFL inside linebacker for the New England Patriots
1971 Taase Faumui, NFL defensive linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers
1971 Whitney Hedgepeth, 100m/200m backstroke, Olympics-2 silver-96
1970 Errol Refos, soccer player, Feyenoord
1970 Janne Laukenen, Lahti FIN, NHL defenseman, Senators, Finland, Bronze Medal 1998 1996 Olympics
1970 Rick Mirer, NFL quarterback, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears
1970 Sean Fleming, CFL kicker, Edmonton Eskimos
1969 Arjan Vermeulen, soccer player, Vitesse
1969 Michael Bergin, model, Coca Cola, actor
1969 Scott Alexander Brownlee, born in Hamilton, New Zealand, rowing coxless 4 men 1996 Olympics
1968 Liam Jewell, born in Toronto, Ontario, kayaker 1996 Olympics
1968 Tyrone Hill, NBA forward, Milwaukee Bucks
1966 Paul Devenport, New Zealand, Canadian Tour golfer, 1991 Texas Tour
1963 Neil LaBute, American Director
1959 Shelley Burch, born in Tucson, Arizona, actress, One Life to Live, Identity Crisis
1959 Terry Hall, born in Coventry, England, singer, The Specials, member of Fun Boy Three, The Colourfield, collaborated with Sinead O'Connor, David A Stewart and others
1956 Alina Castro, Havanna Cuba, daughter of Fidel
1955 Bruce Willis, born in Penna Grove, New Jersey, actor, Moonlighting, Die Hard
1953 Billy Sheehan, rocker, Mr Big-Lean Into It
1953 Hans Rinn, born in East Germany, 2 man lugist, Gold Medal 1976, 1980 Olympics
1953 Ricky Wilson, born in Athens, Georgia, rock guitarist, B-52's-Love Shack
1952 Derek Longmuir, born in Edinburgh Scotland, rock drummer, Bay City Rollers
1952 Warren Lees, New Zealand cricket wicket-keeper, late 70's
1952 Harvey Weinstein, American Producer
1949 Denny Albee, born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, actor, Dr. Janssen-One Life to Live
1948 Vintcent Van der Bijl, Natal cricket bowler, superb 2m of 70's and 80's
1947 Earlie Fires, jockey, Hialeah Park
1947 Glenn Close, born in Greenwich, Connecticut, actress, The Big Chill, Fatal Attraction
1947 John Beckwith, English real estate developer/multi-millionaire
1947 Vince Martino, born in Schenectady, New York, WLAF offensive asst, Barcelona Dragons
1946 Bigas Luna, director and writer, Anguish
1946 Mohammad Ilyas, cricketer, Pakistani batsman in ten Tests 1964-69
1946 Paul Atkinson, rock guitarist, Zombies-Never Even Thought
1946 Ruth Pointer, singer, Pointer Sisters-I'm So Exicted
1945 Lisa Nicole Baker, born in Detroit, Texas, playmate of the year, Nov 1966
1944 Joseph Celli, born in America, composer, musician, experimental, contemporary music genres, worked with John Cage, the Kronos Quartet
1944 Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, Lyndon Baines Johnson's daughter
1944 Myung-Wha Chung, born in Seoul, South Korea, cellist, Chung Sisters
1944 Said Musa, born in San Ignacio, Belize, lawyer, politician, People's United Party, Fifth Prime Minister of Belize
1944 Sirhan Sirhan, American Criminal
1943 Mario Monti, Italian Public Servant
1942 David Minge, born in Clarkfield, Minnesota, Representative-D-Minnesota 1993 - 2001
1942 Jeff Neighbour, U.S. bassist, Joy of Cooking
1942 Robin Luke, rocker, Susie Darlin'
1942 Ross Valory, rocker, Journey
1941 Lord Vestey, British food magnate/billionaire, Union International
1939 Abbas Ali Baig, cricketer, Indian bat 112 on debut vs. England 1959
1939 Joe Kapp, NFL QB, Minnesota Vikings, Boston Patriots, Houston Oilers
1937 Clarence "Frogman" Henry, musician, You Always Hurt the One You Love
1936 Amancio D'Silva, musician
1936 Ursula Andress, born in Berne Switzerland, actress, She, Sensuous Nurse
1935 Burt Metcalfe, born in Saskatchewan Canada, actor/dir, Father of the Bride
1935 Phyllis Newman, born in Jersey City, New Jersey, actress, Coming of Age, TW3
1935 Renee Taylor, born in New York City, actress, Jack Paar Show, Mary Hartman, Nanny
1934 Borge Andersen, born in Denmark, Danish Chess Champion, 1967, 68
1933 Philip Roth, born in Newark, novelist, Goodbye Columbus, Portnoy's Complaint
1933 Richard Williams, Canadian Director
1932 Gay Robert Brewer, born in Middletwon, Ohio, PGA golfer, 1972 Canadian
1931 Bill Hoskyns, born in England, epee fencer, 1964 Olympics silver
1931 Ed Parker, American Athlete
1930 Bill Henderson, born in Chicago, Illinois, jazz singer, Torpedo-Dreams
1930 Ornette Coleman, jazz composer, Downbeat Musician of Year 1966
1929 Herman van San, composer
1929 Michael Ryan, actor, John Randolph-Another World
1929 Robert Muczynski, composer
1928 Clive Van Ryneveld, cricketer, South African all-rounder 1951-58
1928 Patrick McGoohan, born in New York, American actor of Irish descent, appeared in films, theater, television
1927 Richie Ashburn, baseball infielder for the Philadelphia Phillies/sportscaster
1925 Brent Scowcroft, born in Ogden, Utah, Lieutenant General, USAF, National Security Council
1923 Janine Dacosta, French pianist
1923 Tige Andrews, Brooklyn, actor, Captain Adam Greer-Mod Squad
1919 Cornelis Berkhouwer, Member of 2nd chamber, Dutch Liberal Party
1917 Dino Lipatti, composer
1916 Irving Wallace, Author
1915 Norman Yardley, English cricket captain, late 40's
1914 J Jay Berwanger, 1st Heisman Trophy winner, 1935
1914 Patricia Morison, actress, Peyton Place, Dressed to Kill
1913 William Chatterton, cricketer, 48 in only Test for England 1892
1912 Adolf Galland, fighter Pilot
1912 Russ Case, born in Hamburg, Iowa, orchestra leader, Julius La Rosa Show
1911 Kenneth Robinson, politician/businessman
1910 Sergei Nikolayevich Anokhin, cosmonaut
1909 Louis Hayward, born in Johannesburg, South Africa, actor, Lone Wolf, Survivors
1907 Cor Treslem, Cornelis L Melsert, actor and director, Willem van Oranje
1907 Elizabeh LeFanu Maconochy, composer
1907 Kent Smith, born in New York City, actor, Peyton Place, Invaders
1907 Marc Vaubourgoin, composer
1907 Nakagawa Soen, Formosa, Zen teacher, Rinzai line
1906 Adolf Eichmann, Ruhr Germany, Nazi Gestapo officer
1906 Normand Lockwood, composer
1905 Albert Speer, German architect/minister of Armament, NSDAP
1904 John J Sirica, U.S. federal judge, Watergate hearings
1904 Tadeusz Zygfryd Kassern, composer
1904 John J. Sirica, born in Waterbury, Connecticut, John Joseph Sirica, judge, Chief Judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, presided over Watergate scandal, Time magazine Person of the Year, 1973
1903 Benjamin M. Telders, president of Dutch Liberal States Party
1903 James Bullock, colliery manager
1901 Gerrit Jan van Heuven Goedhart, Dutch Minister of Justice, Nobel 1954
1901 Jo Mielziner, born in Paris, set designer, Carousel, Death of a Salesman
1900 Roy Roberts, born in Tampa, Florida, actor, Petticoat Junction, Lucy Show
1900 [Jean] Frederic Joliot-Curie, French physicist, Nobel 1935
1897 Betty Compson, Beaver, Utah, actress, Millionaire Kid, Mad Youth
1897 L O'Flaherty, writer
1894 Jackie "Moms" Mabley, born in Brevard, South Carolina, comedienne, Merv Griffin Show
1892 Robert Denzler, composer
1892 Siegfried T Bok, neurobiologist/anatomist, Cybernetica
1892 James Van Fleet, American Soldier
1891 Earl Warren, California, Gov-R-Ca, 14th supreme court chief justice, 1953 - 1969
1889 Manoel II, last king of Portugal, 1908-10
1888 Josef Albers, German/U.S. graphic artist/painter/writer, Bauhaus
1883 Josef Matthais Hauer, composer
1883 Joseph W. Stilwell, U.S. general, China
1882 Gaston Lachaise, U.S. sculptor, Standing Woman
1881 Edith Rogers, American Politician
1879 Joseph Haas, German, opera, composer, Tobias Wunderlich
1874 Arthur Hoyt, born in Georgetown CO, actor, Gold Dust Gertie, Goldie Get Along
1873 Max Reger, born in Brand Bavaria, composer, pianist, professor, Leipzig University
1872 Sergei Diaghilev, Gruzino Novgorod Russia, ballet director
1871 Joseph McGinnity, born in Rock Island, Illinois, baseball pitcher for the New York Giants
1871 Schofield Haigh, cricketer, "Sunshine of the Yorkshire 11"
1860 William Jennings Bryan, "The Great Commoner" orator/statesman
1851 Roque Saenz Pena, President of Argentina, 1910-14
1848 Wyatt Earp, born in Monmouth, Illinois, sheriff, OK Corral
1847 Constantin Dimitrescu, composer
1845 Willem H de Beaufort, Dutch historian/politician
1844 Ulrika "Minna" Cant-Johnstown, Finnish playwright, Kovan onnen lapsia
1837 Robert Daniel Johnston, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1827 Alexander Shaler, Major General Union volunteers
1823 Cornelis A van Sypesteyn, Dutch governor of Surinam, 1873-82
1821 Francis Barretto Spinola, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1821 Richard Burton, explorer/translator, Arabian Nights
1821 William Allingham, Irish poet, Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland
1821 Richard Francis Burton, English Writer
1819 David Henry Williams, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1817 Lewis Henry Little, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1816 Johannes Josephus Hermanus Verhulst, composer
1813 David Livingstone, born in Scotland, explorer, found by Stanley in Africa
1809 Fredrik Pacius, composer
1785 Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume Zimmermann, composer
1777 Anton R Falck, Dutch minister of Education/diplomat
1767 Leonhard von Call, composer
1752 Jose Mauricio, composer
1748 Elias Hicks, American Clergyman
1745 Nicolas Sejan, composer
1742 Zacharias H Alewijn, Dutch literary/poet
1740 Johann Georg Roser, composer
1740 Joseph F. Weigl, German/Austrian, violin cellist
1728 Pieter-Jozef Verhaghen, Flemish, court, painter
1721 Tobias Smollett, Scottish writer
1716 Guillaume Coustou, Jr., French sculptor, Mausolee du Dauphin
1715 Charles-Joseph van Helmont, composer
1673 Pedro Vaz Rego, composer
1629 Aleksei M Romanov, 1st Romanov tsar of Russia
1610 Hasegawa Tohaku, Japanese painter
1604 Johan IV, composer/king of Portugal, 1640-56
1601 Alonzo Cano, Spanish painter/sculptor, Cathedral Granada
1593 Georges de la Tour, French painter
1589 William Bradford, Governor of Plymouth colony for 30 years
1503 Benedetto Varchi, Italian humanist/historian, Storia Fiorentina