November 26 Birthdays in History - November 26 Deaths - November 26 Events
1992 Louis Ducrut, prince/son of Princess Stephanie and Daniel Ducrut
1980 Jessica Bowman, Walnut Creek California, actress, Colleen Cooper-Dr. Quinn
1978 Sarah Cahill, Miss Minnesota Teen USA 1996
1974 David Barnard, WLAF defensive tackle for the Scotland Claymores
1974 Richard Ikeda, Kamloops BC, gymnast 1996 Olympics
1973 John Zimmerman, Birmingham, Alabama, pairs skater, & Steigler
1972 Nicole Beach, born in Phoenix, Arizona, model, Wonderbra
1971 Emma Robinson, born in Montreal, Quebec, rower 1996 Olympics
1971 Vince Danielsen, CFL slot back for the Calgary Stampeders
1970 Greg Graham, NBA guard, New Jersey Nets
1970 John Amaechi, NBA center and forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers
1970 Lorissa McComas, Columbus Ohio, actress, Lap Dancing, Vamp
1970 Mark Dixon, CFL offensive linebacker, Montreal Alouettes
1969 Sam Militello, born in Tampa, Florida, pitcher, professional baseball player, played for the New York Yankees
1969 Shawn Kemp, NBA forward, Cleveland Cavaliers, Seattle Supersonics
1968 Steve Lofton, NFL cornerback, Carolina Panthers, New England Patriots
1967 Karol Rusznyak, hockey forward, Team Slovakia 1998
1967 Ridley Jacobs, cricket wicket-keeper, West Indian ODI 1996
1966 Jay Berger, Fort Dix, New Jersey, tennis star
1966 Sue Wicks, WNBA forward, New York Liberty
1964 Al Smith, NFL linebacker for the Houston Oilers
1964 Jeff Jaeger, NFL kicker, Oakland Raiders, Chicago Bears
1964 Vreni Schneider, Swiss alpine skier, Olympics-Gold-1988
1963 Allyson Rice-Taylor, Huntington, West Virginia, actress, As the World Turns
1963 Mario Elie, NBA forward and guard for the Houston Rockets
1962 Chuck Finley, born in Monroe, Louisiana, pitcher, Major League Baseball, played for California Angels, won more than 15 games six times between 1986 and 1999
1962 John Samuel Inman, Greensboro, North Carolina, PGA golfer, 1993 Buick South Open
1962 Mike Johnson, NFL inside linebacker, Detroit Lions
1961 Dave Hannan, Sudbury, NHL center, Buffalo Sabres, Colorado Avalanche
1961 Marcy Walker, Paducah, Kentucky, actress, Liza-All My Child, Santa Barbara
1960 Harold Reynolds, born in Eugene, Oregon, professional baseball player, second baseman, played for the Baltimore Orioles, California Angels
1959 Jamie Rose, New York City, actress, Susan Birch-St. Elsewhere, Falcon Crest
1959 Mike Moore, born in Eakly, Oklahoma, pitcher, professional baseball player, played for Seattle Mariners, World Series champion, 1989
1958 Steve Buyer, born in Rensselaer, Indiana, Representative-R-Indiana 1993 -
1956 Bob Walk, born in Van Nuys, California, professional baseball player, nickname, 'The Whirly Bird', pitcher, played for the Philadelphia Phillies
1956 Nico Slothouwer, Dutch poet, Man and his Bag
1955 Jay Howell, baseball pitcher, New York Yankees, Oakland A's
1955 Tracy [Raye] Hickman, U.S., sci-fi author, Dragons of Spring Dawning
1952 Wendy Turnbell, Australia, tennis player, 1979,82 U.S. Opens Double
1951 La Cicciolina, Ilona Staller, Budapest Hungary, Italian MP
1950 Jorge Orta, born in Mazatlan, Mexico, professional baseball player, played second baseman, third baseman, outfield, played for the Cleveland Indians, Toronto Blue Jays
1949 Maggie Donnelly, bag lady
1948 Galina Prozumenschikova, U.S.S.R., 200m backstroke 1964 Olympic gold
1947 Larry Gura, baseball player
1947 Richie Hebner, baseball player
1946 Angus Suttie, English potter
1946 Bert Bouquet, bassist, Earth and Fire, Focus
1946 Burt Reiter, rocker, Focus
1945 Daniel Davis, Gurdun, Arkansas, actor, Niles-Nanny
1945 John McVie, British rock bassist, Fleetwood Mac-Rumours, Tusk
1945 Mikhail Woronin, U.S.S.R., gymnast, Olympic-2 gold/4 silver/bronze-1968
1945 Tandy Cronyn, actress, Twisted, Guardian, Age Old Friends
1944 Alan Henderson, Belfast, rock bassist, Them
1944 Jean Terrell, Texas, rocker, Supremes
1943 Jerry Kleczka, born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Representative-D-Wisconsin 1984 - 2005
1943 Jan Stenerud, Norway, NFL place kicker for the Kansas City Chiefs
1943 Paul Burnett, English disc-jockey
1943 Bruce Paltrow, American Producer
1943 Jerry Kleczka, American Politician
1942 Olivia Cole, born in Memphis, Tennessee, actress, Roots, Szysznyk
1941 Jeff Torborg, baseball player
1938 Elizabeth E Bailey, university dean, Carnegie Mellon
1938 Jeremy Boorda, born in South Bend, Indiana, admiral, U.S. Navy, 25th Chief of Naval Operations
1938 Porter Goss, born in Waterbury, Connecticut, Representative-R-Florida 1989 - 2004, Director of CIA 2004 - 2006
1938 Rich Little, Ottawa Canada, impressionist/actor, Love on a Rooftop
1938 Tina Turner, Brownsville, Texas, singer, Proud Mary
1938 Porter Goss, American Public Servant
1937 Boris Borisovich Yegorov, U.S.S.R., doctor/cosmonaut, Voskhod I
1937 Leo Lacroix, France, skier 1964 Olympic silver
1936 Margaret Boden, philosopher
1935 Marian Mercer, born in Akron, Ohio, actress and singer, Dean Martin Show
1934 Ludmila Shevtsova, U.S.S.R., 800m runner 1960 Olympics gold
1933 Garrett "Garnet" Mimms, U.S. singer, Enchanters-Cry Baby
1933 Robert Goulet, born in Massachusetts, singer, actor, television, film, Canadian-American Grammy, Tony-Award winner
1932 Marten Beinema, Dutch MP, CDA
1931 Adolfo Perez Esquivel, Buenos Argentina, 1980 Nobel Peace Prize
1931 Adrianus J "Cardinal" Simonis, archbishop of Utrecht
1931 Giuliana Chenal-Minuzzo, Italy, downhill skier 1952 Olympics bronze
1929 Betta St. John, Hawthorne California, actress, Corridors of Blood
1929 Lorraine Macleod, dancer, Girls Just Want to Have Fun
1927 John Carter, Center Ridge, Arkansas, actor, Max-Falcon Crest
1926 Joyce McCartan, peace campaigner
1926 Mauro Bortolotti, composer
1925 Eugene Istomin, New York City, pianist, Leventritt Award-1943
1924 George Segal, New York, sculptor lifelike mixed-media figures, Bus Driver
1924 Jasu Patel, cricketer, Indian off-spinner, 9-69 vs. Australia 1959
1923 Patricia Phoenix, County Galway Ireland, actress, L Shaped Room
1922 Adele Jergens, born in Brooklyn, New York, actress, Dark Past, Fuller Brush Man
1922 Charles M Schulz, born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, cartoonist, Peanuts
1922 Charles Schulz, Cartoonist
1921 Francoise Gilot, painter, designer, author living legacy award, 1984
1920 Istvan Sarkozy, composer
1920 Paul T B Rodenko, poet and author, Stolen Lover
1920 Daniel Petrie, Canadian Director
1919 Frederik Pohl, U.S., sci-fi author, 3 Hugo, Gateway, Bipohl
1918 Patricio Aylwin, president of Chile, 1990-94
1916 Bob Elliot, baseball player
1916 Mareo Ishiketa, composer
1915 Earl Wild, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, composer/pianist, Caesar's Hour, NBC Symph 1942
1915 Herbert Joeks, Herbert J van Hugten, Dutch actor, Snip and Snap, Pipo
1915 Thos Mauve, Dutch painter/wood engraver
1913 Foy Draper, U.S., relay runner 1936 Olympics gold
1913 Joshua William Steward, polymath
1912 Eric Sevareid, Velva ND, newscaster, CBS Weekend News
1912 Gunnar Johannes Sonstevold, composer
1911 Raymond Scheyven, Belgian minister of Economic Affairs
1911 Ronald Diggens, English fabric manufacturer/multi-millionaire
1911 Samuel H Reshevsky, Polish/US chess grandmaster/prodigy
1910 Cyril Cusack, Durban Natal South Africa, actor, Day of the Jackal
1909 Eugene Ionesco, playwright
1908 Charles Forte, Italian/British hotel magnate, Savoy
1908 Lefty Gomez, baseball pitcher
1908 Philipp Mohler, composer
1907 Frances Dee, born in Los Angeles, California, actress, Of Human Bondage
1905 George Emlyn Williams, Wales, actor and playwright, David Copperfield
1905 Emlyn Williams, Welsh Dramatist
1902 Alberto Morin, PR, actor, Armando-Dallas
1902 Gerrit Jan van der Veen, Wolffensperger, Dutch resistance fighter
1901 Philippus J Idenburg, Dutch statistician
1895 Bertil Lindblad, Swedish astronomer, Milky Way system
1895 William Griffith Wilson, American Celebrity
1894 Norbert Wiener, U.S., mathematician/discovered cybernetics
1892 Joe Guyon, NFL halfback, Canton, Cleveland, Oorang, Rock I, etc
1883 Milhaly Babits, Hungarian literary, Laodameia
1876 Bart A van der Leck, Dutch painter, Style
1876 Willis Haviland Carrier, developed air-conditioning equipment
1876 Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud, Saudi Arabian Statesman
1874 Edmond Flegenheimer, Swiss/French author, Ecoute Israel
1865 Earl Ross Drake, composer
1864 Herman Gorter, Dutch socialist/poet, May, Tiny Hero's Poem
1862 Mark A Stein, archaeologist
1857 Ferdinand de Saussure, born in Switzerland, linguist, Cours de Laguistique Generale
1850 Henricus Van de Wetering, archbishop of Utrecht, 1895-1929
1832 Mary Edwards Walker, U.S., doctor/women's rights leader
1827 Alfred Moore Scales, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1827 Ellen G. White, American Writer
1827 Ellen White, American Writer
1823 Thomas Dyke Acland Tellefsen, composer
1818 Louis Lacombe, composer
1816 William Henry Talkbot Walker, Major General Confederate Army
1810 William G Armstrong, of Cragside, Baron/British const, hydr crane
1809 Mariano Obiols, composer
1795 Carl P Fohr, German painter
1795 Cornelis P J Elout, Dutch military/resident of West Sumatra
1792 Sarah Moore Grimke, American abolitionist/women's rights advocate
1754 Georg Forster, writer
1744 Karl Siegmund von Seckendorff, composer
1736 Charles-Joseph Panckoucke, French publisher, Mercure de France
1731 William Cowper, England, pre-romantic poet, His Task,
1663 Pedro de Peralta y Barnuevo, Peruvian poet, Obras Dramaticas
1653 Andreas Anton Schmelzer, composer
1640 Carl Rosier, composer
1607 John Harvard, England, clergyman/scholar, founded Harvard University