March 3 Birthdays in History - March 3 Deaths - March 3 Events
1983 Kim Smith, born in Houston, Texas, model, featured in Victoria's Secret, Abercrombie & Fitch, Guess ad campaigns, appeared in 'Girls of Summer' Aerosmith video
1978 Carol Aquino, Miss Guatemala Universe in 1997
1978 Douglas Osmond, born in Provo, Utah, vocalist for Osmond Boys
1977 Bas Zuiderent, cricketer for Holland all-rounder 1996 World Cup
1977 Ronan Keating, born in Bayside Dublin, Ireland, Irish singer for Boyzone
1975 Albert Fields, born in Gary, Indiana, rocker, Party-Rodeo, That's Why
1975 David Faustino, born in California, actor in I Had 3 Wives,Married With Children
1974 Jared Rushton, actor in Big, Honey I Shrank the Kids
1973 Cory Raymer, NFL center for Washington Redskins
1973 James Dexter, tackle for the Arizona Cardinals
1973 Jim Mills, tackle for the San Diego Chargers
1973 Tisha Venturini, Modesto California, soccer midfielder 1996 Olympics
1973 Victoria Nika Zdrok, born in Kiev, Ukraine, playmate October, 1994
1973 Winslow Oliver, running back for the Carolina Panthers
1972 Christian Oliver, actor in Baby Sitters Club, Brian-Saved by the Bell
1972 Martin Prochazka, born in Slany, Czechoslovakia, NHL forward, Toronto, 1998 Olympics Gold
1971 Terryl Ulmer, CFL defensive back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders
1970 Donovan Bergstrom, U.S. 3K steeplechase runner
1970 Inzamam-ul-Haq, cricketer, dashing Pakistani batsman
1970 Kristine Radford, born in Sydney, Australia, tennis star, 1996 ITF/Lyneham
1970 Rick Mirer, NFL quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks
1970 Scott Keswick, born in Nevada, gymnast, Coca-Cola-1st-94, 1996 Olympics
1970 Shawn Marie Brogan, Miss USA-Iowa in 1997
1970 Julie Bowen, American Actress
1969 Ronald Humphrey, NFL running back for the Indianapolis Colts
1968 Brian Leetch, born in Corpus Christi, Texas, NHL defenseman, Team USA, New York Rangers
1968 Diann Roffe-Steinrotter, born in Warsaw, New York, alpine skier, won Olympic gold and silver in 1992
1968 Scott Radinsky, born in Simi Valley, California, pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers
1967 Alexander Volkov, born in Russia, tennis star
1967 Calvin Williams, NFL wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles
1967 Elizabeth Cheshire, born in Burbank California, actress, Jill-Sunshine
1966 Claus Boekweg, Dutch soccer player, FC Groningen, FC Zwolle
1966 Dmitri Volkov, Russian swimmer, world record
1966 Ellen Minzner, born in Lawrence Massachusetts, rower in 1996 Olympics
1966 Gary Parker, WLAF kicker, Scotland Claymores
1966 Hope Marie Carlton, born in Riverhead, New York, playmate July, 1985
1966 Noelle Daghe, born in Decatur, Illinois, LPGA golfer, 1994 PING-Cellular One-21st
1966 Tone-Loc, Anthony Terrell Smith, born in Los Angeles, California, rocker, Let's Do It
1966 Wendy Fletcher, born in Boston, Massachusetts, WPVA volleyballer, National-5th-1993
1966 Tone Loc, American Musician
1965 A. J. Sager, born in Columbus Ohio, pitcher for the Detroit Tigers
1964 Arturo Huerta, born in Mexico, Canadian walker 1996 Olympics
1964 Atif Rauf, cricketer, Pakistani Test batsman vs. New Zealand 1994
1964 Laura Martinez-Herring, born in Sinaloa, Mexico, Miss USA 1985, on General Hospital
1964 Lisa Ann Poggi, born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, actress, Jolie-Loving
1963 Elizabeth Chavez, born in Santa Monica, California, WPVA volleyballer, U.S. Open-13th-91
1963 Jacqueline Sheen, born in Dallas, Texas, playmate July, 1990
1963 Kelly Miller, Detroit, NHL left wing for the Washington Capitals
1962 Herschel Walker, WFL/NFL running back for New Jersey Generals, Dallas Cowboy
1962 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, born in East St. Louis, Illinois, heptathele won Olympic gold 1988, 1992
1961 Mary Page Keller, actress in Duet, Scared Stiff, Baby Talk
1959 Romeo Zondervan, Dutch soccer player, NAC
1959 Ira Glass, American Journalist
1958 Bob Bradley, born in Montclair, New Jersey, soccer coach, won Olympic gold 1996
1958 Miranda Richardson, born in Southport England, actress in Damage, Crying Game
1956 Jim Barton, born Lincoln, Nebraska, soling yachter, won Olympic bronze in 1996
1956 John F. Reid, cricketer, New Zealand batsman of 70's/80's
1956 Miguel Bose, Panama, spanish actor, Lo Mejor del Ano
1954 Chris Hughes, born in London, England, drummer, musician, record producer, played drums for Dalek I Love You, The Blitz Brothers, member, Adam and the Ants, produced Tears for Fears, The Hurting, Songs from the Big Chair, co-produced Peter Gabriel's 'Red Rain'
1954 Keith Carlton Fergus, born Temple, Texas, PGA golfer, 1995 Honda Classic-8th
1954 Merrick, Chris Hughes, rock drummer, Adam and The Ants
1953 Aleksandr Viktorovich Borodin, born in Russia, cosmonaut
1953 Dave Amato, rocker for REO Speedwagon, Can't Fight this Feeling
1952 Robyn Hitchcock, rocker for Moss Elixir
1951 Sergei Aleksandrovich Yemelyanov, Russian cosmonaut
1950 Ed Marinaro, actor on Hill Street Blues
1950 Tim Kazurinsky, born Johnstown, Pennsylvania, comedian, SNL, Police Academy 2, 3, 4
1949 Bonnie J. Dunbar, born Sunnyside, Washington, PhD/astronaut, STS-61-A, 32, 50, 71, 89
1949 James S. Voss, born Cordova, Alabama, Major USA/astronaut, STS-44, 53, 69
1948 Byron MacGregor, newscaster
1948 Reed Hundt, born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Federal Communications Commission chairman, 1993 - 1997, advisor to McKinsey & Company
1947 Dave Mount, born in Carshalton, Surrey, rocker, member of the glam English rock band, Mud
1946 James C. Adamson, born Warsaw New York, Lt. Col. U.S. astronaut on STS-28, STS-43
1945 Farooq Hamid, cricketer, 1-107 in Test, Pakistan vs. Australia 1964
1945 Hattie Winston, born in Greenville, Mississippi, actress on Nurse, Electric Company
1944 Janice Garfat, rocker, Dr. Hook
1943 Roger Swaybill, actor and writer, Porky's II, Breaking Point
1942 Mike Pender, Liverpool, vocalist and guitarist, Searchers-Needles and Pins
1942 Vladimir Vasilyevich Kovolyonok, USR, cosmonaut, Soyuz 25, 29/31, T-4
1939 Hans Pieter Verhagen, poet, Hoepla/Holland's Hole
1939 M. L. Jaisimha, cricketer, Indian batsman of the sixties
1938 Douglas Leedy, born in Portland, Oregon, pseudonym, Bhishma Xenotechnites, composer, music scholar, performer, works include 'Trio'
1938 Lew De Witt, singer, Statler Brothers-Flowers on the Wall
1938 Willie Chambers, guitarist and vocalist, Chambers Brothers
1936 Jim Clark, Formula 1 racer, 1963 champ
1935 Zhelyu Zhelev, president of Bulgaria, 1990-
1934 Gia Scala, born in Italy, actress in Angry Hills, Don't Go Near the Water
1933 Lee Radziwell Ross, born in New York City, princess, Jackie O's sister
1933 Marco Antonio Munoz, born in Mexico, spanish singer, Murmullos
1932 Mara Corday, born in Santa Monica, California, playmate October, 1958
1931 Henk Knol, Dutch 2nd chamber member, PvdA
1931 Piet [van] Bambergen, Dutch cabaretier, Mounties, Sherlock Jones
1929 Nicos Mamangakis, composer
1928 Dave Dudley, singer, Six Days on the Road
1928 G. Pausewang, writer
1927 Charles Orville Whitley, born in Siler City, North Carolina, Representative-D-North Carolina 1977 - 1987
1927 Frank Singleton, librarian
1927 [Herman] Junior Parker, rocker, Driving Wheel, In the Dark
1926 James Merrill, U.S. poet and author, Scripts for the Pageant
1925 Enzo Stuarti, born in Italy, singer, Yesterday
1925 Richard Vernon, born in England, actor, Servant, Gandhi, Hard Days Night
1923 Doc Watson, American Musician
1922 Kazimierz Serocki, composer
1921 Diana Barrymore, born in New York City, actress in Nightmare, Lady Courageous, Fired Wife
1921 Junior Parker, born in Arkansas, blues vocalist/songwriter, Mystery Train
1920 James Doohan, born in Vancouver, British Columbia, actor played Montgomery Scott on Star Trek
1920 Julius Boros, golfer, PGA Champ 1968, U.S. Open 1952, 1963
1919 Peter Abrahams, South African Novelist
1918 Arnold Newman, photographer of Faces USA
1918 Arthur Kornberg, U.S. biochemist won Nobel 1959
1918 Frank Wigglesworth, composer
1917 Bert van Aerschot, Flemish writer, Elevator, Women
1917 Will Eisner, American Cartoonist
1915 George Brian Snape, businessman and rugby league entrepreneur
1914 Martin Ritt, actor and director for Slugger's Wife, End of the Game
1913 Margaret A. R. Bonds, U.S. pianist, composer and arranger
1913 Roger Caillois, French writer, Les Jeux et les Hommes
1912 Joe Stydahar, NFL tackle for the Chicago Bears
1911 Francesco Siciliani, opera composer
1911 Jean Harlow, aka Harlean Carpentier, born in Kansas, 30s' sex goddess, in Dinner at 8
1909 Jay Morris Arena, inventor and pediatrician
1909 Kenton Kilmer, poet and translator
1908 Riccardo Nielsen, composer
1907 Aar van de Werfhorst, Pieter G. Jansen, Dutch writer
1907 Canada Lee, born in New York City, actor, Lost Boundaries
1907 Joy Finzi, Joyce A. Black, British painter
1906 Artur Lundkvist, Swedish writer/Swedish Academy, Agadir
1906 Donald Novis, Hastings England, actor, Monte Carlo
1906 Krishnarao Shiva Shelvankar, journalist/diplomat
1903 Gilbert Adrian, Greenberg, born in Naugatuck, Connecticut, costume designer
1903 Rabbe A. Enckell, Finnish author and poet, Lutad about Brunnen
1902 Ruby Dandridge, born in Memphis, Tennessee, actress in Father of the Bride
1900 Edna Best, born in Hove, England, actress starred in Key, Calendar, Escape, Intermezzo
1900 Basil Bunting, British Poet
1899 Alfred M. Gruenther, U.S., commanding general of NATO, 1953-56
1899 Juri Olescha, writer
1897 Jose Moreno Gans, composer
1895 Alexander Nearmolen, composer
1895 Alexander Nicholas Voormolen, Dutch composer
1895 Juanita Hansen, born in Iowa, actress in Fast Company, Broadway Love
1895 Matthew B. Ridgway, U.S. general in WW II, China, Nicaragua, Korea, NATO
1895 Ragnar Frisch, Norway, economist, won 1st Nobel prize in economy in 1969
1895 Robert Gordon, born in Kansas, actor in Loveless
1893 Beatrice Wood, potter, artist and author
1893 Bill Nestell, born in California, actor in Dangerous Venture, Buckskin Frontier
1893 Karel Lotsy, Dutch insurance director and Olympic-chief d'equipe
1892 Edmund Lowe, actor in Black Sheep, Good Sam, Dillinger, Hot Pepper
1892 Rui Coelho, composer
1891 Federico Moreno Torroba, composer
1891 Jan Donner, Dutch minister of Justice and president High Council
1890 Norman Bethune, Canada, Doctor in Spain and China
1889 Fritz Behrend, composer
1886 James Friskin, composer
1886 Reginald Owen Morris, composer
1882 Floris H. L. Prims, Flemish priest, historian and archivist of Antwerp
1880 Anne C. Veth, Dutch cartoonist and art critic
1878 Edward Thomas, English Poet
1877 Garrett Morgan, African-American inventor
1873 William Green, president of American Federation of Labor, 1924-52
1872 Wee Willie Keeler, outfielder for the Baltimore Orioles, hit .432 in 1897
1872 Willie Keeler, American Athlete
1869 Henry J. Wood, English conductor, Gentle Art of Singing, Proms
1868 Alain, Emile-Auguste Chartier, French philosopher and writer
1867 Gustav Strube, composer
1865 Alexander Gustav Adolfovich Winkler, composer
1863 Arthur Machen, Welsh Author
1857 Alfred Bruneau, composer
1849 Jacques Oppenheim, Dutch lawyer
1847 Alexander Graham Bell, born in Scotland, inventor of the telephone
1846 Desiderio FA Pietri, Italian baker and marathon runner Dorando's father
1845 Georg Cantor, German mathematician, discover transfinite numbers
1842 Sidney Lanier, American Poet
1841 John Murray, Canada oceanographer, Depths of the Ocean
1838 George W. Hill, U.S. astronomer, Moon orbit
1831 George M. Pullman, inventor of the railway sleeping car
1828 Karl Collan, composer
1823 Guyla Andrassy Sr, premier of Hungary, 1867-71
1814 Charles Kensington Salaman, composer
1811 Vissarion Belinsky, born in Sveaborg, Finland, Russian author, Literary Review
1809 Sophia Hawthorne, writer
1793 Ch Sealsfield, writer
1756 William Godwin, philosopher and political writer, Caleb Williams
1747 Kasamir Pulaski, U.S. general in the Revolutionary War
1705 Michael Schevenstuhl, composer
1652 Thomas Otway, England, playwright and poet, Venice Preserved
1606 Edmund Waller, England, poet, Penshust
1589 Gisbertus Voetius, Gijsbert Voet, Dutch reformed theologist
1583 Edward Herbert of Cherbury, English military and philosopher
1500 Reginald Pole, English Cardinal