November 10 Birthdays in History - November 10 Deaths - November 10 Events
1982 Heather Matarazzo, American Actress
1977 Stephanie Berger, Miss Universe-Switzerland 1996
1977 Brittany Murphy, born in Atlanta, Georgia, actress, appeared in films, 'Sin City', 'Happy Feet', 'Clueless', 'Riding in Cars with Boys', 'Abandoned'
1973 Cale Hulse, Edmonton, NHL defenseman for the Calgary Flames
1973 Darius Holland, NFL defensive tackle, Green Bay Packers Superbowl 31
1973 John Solomon, NFL defensive end for the Seattle Seahawks
1973 Khiry Abdul Samad, born in Los Angeles, California, rocker, Boys-Dial My Heart, Lucky Charm
1973 Zahid Fazal, Pakistani cricket batsman, occasional Tests since 1992
1972 Carol Anne Becker, Miss Universe-South Africa 1996
1972 Dick Kooijman, Dutch soccer player, Heracles, FC Groningen, Az
1972 Isaac Bruce, NFL wide receiver for the St. Louis Rams
1972 Shawn Green, born in Des Plaines Illinois, outfielder for the Toronto Blue Jays
1972 Virag Csurgo, Siofok Hungary, tennis star, 1993 Futures-Freeport
1971 Butch Huskey, Anadarko, Oklahoma, infielder for the New York Mets
1971 Heather Williams, Miss USA-Oregon 1997
1971 Jennifer McFalls, U.S. softball infielder, 1996 Olympics gold
1971 Kate Slatter, Australian rower 1996 Olympics
1970 Trent Dimas, New Mexico, gymnast, Olympics gold 92, 96
1969 Arjan van der Laan, Dutch soccer player, Sparta
1969 Dan Farthing, CFL slot back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders
1969 Ed Ward, Edmonton, NHL right wing for the Calgary Flames
1969 Rod Milstead, NFL guard for the San Francisco 49ers
1968 Calvin Tiggle, CFL linebacker for the Hamilton Tiger Cats
1968 Jeffrey Kooistra, soccer player, South Carolina Heerenveen/NEC
1968 Lissa Maria Sneck, ice hockey goalie, Finland, 1998 Olympics
1968 Lonnie Marts, NFL linebacker, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Oilers
1967 Jed Roberts, CFL defensive tackle for the Edmonton Eskimos
1966 Vanessa Angel, born in London, England, actress, Another Chance
1966 Kyle Kopp, San Bernardino California, water polo 2m offense 1996 Olympics
1965 Eddie Irvine, Irish Celebrity
1964 Jushin Liger, Keiichi Yamada, wrestler, WCW/NJPW
1964 Keith Lockhart, Whittier California, infielder for the Kansas City Royals
1964 Kenny Rogers, born in Savannah, Georgia, pitcher, Texas Rangers, New York Yankees
1964 Tish Certo, Niagara Falls, New York, LPGA golfer, 1981 Erie County, New York Champ
1963 Michael Anthony Powell, Philadelphia, long jumper, world record 1991
1963 Mike Powell, long jumper, Silver Medals 1988, 1992 Olympics
1962 Cathy Boswell, Joliet, Illinois, basketball player 1984 Olympics gold
1961 Junior, Norman Giscombe, R&B singer, Mama used to Say
1961 Ramona Pagel, born in Los Angeles, California, shot putter
1960 Lee Cross Rinker, Stuart, Florida, PGA golfer, 1995 Greater Milwaukee-6th
1960 Rick de Leeuw, Dutch singer, Trockener Kecks, songwriter/producer
1960 Neil Gaiman, born in Portchester, Hampshire, author, science fiction, wrote, 'Good Omens', 'The Sandman' comic book series
1959 Frank Maudsley, rock bassist/vocalist, Flock Of Seagulls
1959 MacKenzie Phillips, Alexandria, Virginia, actress, Julie-1 Day at a Time
1957 Chris Joyce, born in Manchester, England, drummer, played with Simply Red, new wave, punk rock, alternative rock genres
1957 Jodi Anderson, born in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. long jump champ, 1978-81
1956 Matt Craven, Port Colborne Ontario, actor, Juror, Killer, K2
1956 Sinbad, comedian/actor, Different World, At the Apollo
1955 Jack Clark, Penns, all star outfielder, Giants, Cards, Yankees, Padres
1955 Roland Emmerich, German Director
1954 Mario Cipollina, California, rock bassist, Huey Lewis and The News
1952 Pat Severs, Camden, South Carolina, country singer, Pirates of Miss-Fred Jake
1951 Morris Hatalsky, born in San Diego, California, Nike golfer, 1993 NIKE White Rose-2nd
1950 Jack Scalia, born in Brooklyn, New York, actor, Berrengers, Hollywood Beat
1949 Ann Reinking, Seattle, dancer/actress, All the Jazz, Micki and Maude
1948 Mario Viegas, actor, The Jew, Divine Comedy, Funeral of Patrao
1948 Aaron Brown, American Journalist
1947 Bechir Gemayel, President Lebanon, 8/23-9/14, 1982
1947 Greg Lake, born in Dorset, England, singer, songwriter, guitarist, performed "Karn Evil 9" with the Trans Siberian Orchestra, played "Lucky Man" with Jethro Tull
1946 Alaina Reed, Springfield Ohio, actress, Rose Lee Holloway-227
1946 Bill Bryson, Evanston, Illinois, singer, Desert Rose Band-Love Reunited
1946 David Stockman, Reagan's ex-budget director
1946 David A. Stockman, American Playwright
1945 Donna Fargo, North Carolina, country singer, Happiest Girl in Whole USA
1944 Dave Loggins, singer, Please come to Boston
1944 Tim Rice, lyricist, Chess Moves, 1 Night in Bangkok
1943 Saxby Chambliss, American Politician
1942 Michel Tabachnik, Swiss composer and conductor
1940 Screaming Lord Sutch, rocker
1939 Tommy "Bubba" Facenda, rocker
1939 Russell Means, American Activist
1938 H J de Royen, director, Dutch Concertgebouw Orchestra
1937 Albert Hall, Boothton Alabama, actor, Trouble in Mind, Ryan's 4
1935 Pippa Scott, born in Los Angeles, California, actress, Virginian, Mr. Lucky
1935 Ronald Ellwin Evans, St. Francis, Kansas, Captain USN/astronaut, Apollo 17
1935 Roy Scheider, born in New Jersey, American actor, played Martin Brody in 'Jaws'
1934 Lucien Bianchi, Belgian auto racer
1934 Norm Cash, Eldorado Texas, 1st baseman for the Detroit Tigers
1933 Seymour Nurse, cricketer, prolific WI batsman, 258 vs. New Zealand 1969
1933 James D. Houston, American Writer
1930 Clarence M Pendleton, Jr., chairman of U.S. comm on Civil Rights, 1981-88
1930 Gene Conley, MLB player/NBA player
1930 Toma Prosev, born in Macedonia, composer, professor, studied with Nadia Boulanger in Paris, and professor L.M. Skerjanc at Ljubljana Music Academy
1929 Wout Wagtmans, cyclist, Romandie 1952
1928 Ennio Morricone, Rome, Italy, composer/musician
1928 Norma Crane, born in New York City, New York, actress, 'Tea and Sympathy', 'Fiddler on the Roof'
1928 William Staveley, British admiral
1927 Jacob Pleydell-Bouvery 8th earl of Radnor/art collector
1926 Frank Durrr, British? racehorse trainer
1925 Richard Burton, born in South Wales, actor, Cleopatra, Virginia Woolf
1924 Russell Johnson, actor, professor-Gilligan's Island
1920 Tod Andrews, New York City, actor, From Hell it Came, Outrage
1919 Clyde "Bulldog" Turner, NFL center for the Chicago Bears
1919 Moise Tshombe, President of Katanga, then premier of the Congo, Zaire
1919 Mikhail Kalashnikov, Russian Inventor
1918 Ernst Fischer, German chemist, Nobel 1973
1918 Jack McCoy, born in Akron, Ohio, TV host, Live Like a Millionaire
1918 Martin Hanley, cricketer, took 1-88 with off-spin in Test for South Africa
1918 Oda Blinder, Yolanda Corsen, Antillean poet, Doorstep
1917 Lloyd Cutler, American Lawyer
1917 Lloyd Norton Cutler, American Lawyer
1916 Billy May, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, orchestra leader, Milton Berle Show
1916 Guido Turchi, Rome, Italy, composer, Invettiva
1913 Alvaro Cunhal, Portuguese communist
1913 Arthur Mullard, comedian
1913 Carmen Miranda, singer and actress, 4 Jills in a Jeep, Down Argentine Way
1913 Thelma Hulbert, painter
1913 James Broughton, American Director
1913 Karl Shapiro, American Poet
1912 Salvador Contreras, composer
1911 Harry Andrews, Kent England, actor, Equus, Man of La Mancha
1907 Jane Froman, born in St. Louis, Missouri, singer, Jane Froman's USA Canteen
1904 Steven Geray, Uzhored Czechoslovakia, actor, French Line
1902 Antonio Maria Valencia, composer
1902 Murk Ozinga, Dutch building historian, Monuments of Curacao
1895 John Knudsen Northrop, aircraft designer, Northrop Air
1889 Claude Rains, London, actor, Invisible Man, Casablanca
1888 Andrej N Tupolev, Russian aircraft builder
1888 Hugh Wakefield, Wanstead England, actress, Blithe Spirit
1887 Arnold Zweig, German antifascist/author, Erziehung vor Verdun
1885 Esther Dale, Beaufort, South Carolina, actress, Unfinished Business
1884 Jan van Nijlen, Flemish poet and author, Bird Phoenix
1883 Bedrich Antonin Wiedermann, composer
1882 Max Mell, Austria officer/literary, Donauweibchen
1880 Aart A van Schelven, Dutch church historian, Willem of Orange
1880 Jacob Epstein, sculptor, Adam, Jacob and the Angel
1879 Nicholas Vachel Lindsay, U.S., poet, General William Booth enters Heaven
1879 Vachel Lindsay, American Poet
1875 Maude Eburne, Canada, actress, Ladies They Talk About, Guardsman
1873 Henri Rabnaud, Paris, France, composer, Le Premer Glaire
1864 Alexandre Levy, composer
1861 Robert T A Innes, Edinburgh Scotland, astronomer, Proxima Centauri
1855 Josiah Royce, U.S., philosopher, conception of God
1852 Henry Van Dyke, clergyman, educator, author, wrote poetry, hymns, essays, co-wrote first Presbyterian printed liturgy, 'The Common Book of Worship of 1906', served as U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands and Luxembourg
1851 Waldemar Brogger, Norway, geologist/mineralogist, Metamict State
1846 Martin Wegelius, Finnish musicologist/composer
1846 Paul Kuczynski, composer
1844 John S D Thompson, C, 4th Prime Minister of Canada, 1892 - 1894
1834 Jose Hernandez, Argentina poet, Martin Fierro
1834 Wager Swayne, Major General Union volunteers
1833 Dobri Voynikov, composer
1830 Albert Gallatin Jenkins, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1827 Alfred Howe Terry, Major General Union volunteers
1819 Cyrus West Field, financier/success of 1st transatlantic cable
1811 Louis Kufferath, composer
1793 Jared Kirtland, U.S., physician/naturalist/reformed penitentiaries
1786 Carl Eberwein, composer
1772 Jan Nepomuk Kanka, composer
1759 Frederich von Schiller, Germany, poet/lyricist, Ode to Joy
1730 Oliver Goldsmith, Ireland, novelist/dramatist, She Stoops to Conquer
1719 Georg Philipp Kress, composer
1704 Carlo Zuccari, composer
1697 William Hogarth, England, satiric painter/engraver, Rake's Progress
1694 Jean-Laurent Krafft, composer
1683 George II, king of England, 1727 - 1760
1679 Johann Christian Schieferdecker, composer
1668 Francois Couperin, Paris, France, composer/organist, Concerts Royaux
1636 Francesco Passarini, composer
1577 Jacob Cats, Father Cats, Dutch grand pensionary/poet, Houwelyck
1566 Robert Devereux 2nd earl of Essex/cousin/lover of Elizabeth I
1483 Martin Luther, Eisleben Germany, founded Protestantism
1433 Charles of Charolais, the Bold, Duke of Burgundy/polyglot