November 3 Birthdays in History - November 3 Deaths - November 3 Events
1979 Jamie Duffney, Miss Minnesota Teen USA 1997
1975 Darren Sharper, NFL defensive back, Green Bay Packers Superbowl 31
1974 Tariq Abdul Wahad, NBA forward for the Sacramento Kings
1973 Derrick Alexander, NFL defensive end for the Minnesota Vikings
1972 Chris Shelling, NFL cornerback for the Cincinnati Bengals
1972 Verl Mitchell, NFL guard for the Atlanta Falcons
1971 Bob Kronenberg, WLAF center for the Rhein Fire
1971 Colbie Bell, born in Edmonton, Alberta, 100kg Greco Roman wrestler 1996 Olympics
1971 Darrin Hancock, NBA guard and forward, Charlotte Hornets
1971 Joan Kenmore, actress, Wizard of Oz
1971 Matthew Lawton, Gulfport MS, outfielder for the Minnesota Twins
1971 Tricia Carolyn Nosko, Miss USA-Indiana 1997
1971 William Strong, NFL cornerback for the New Orleans Saints
1971 Dylan Moran, Irish Comedian
1970 Doug Zmolek, Rochester, NHL defenseman for the Los Angeles Kings
1969 Jim Mckenzie, Gull Lake, NHL left wing, Winnipeg Jets
1969 Leslie Shepherd, NFL wide receiver for the Washington Redskins
1968 Antonio Pettigrew, Macon, Georgia, 400m 1996 Olympics
1968 Debbie Rochon, Vancouver BC, actress, Tromeo and Juliet
1968 Lee Germon, cricketer, New Zealand keeper and captain 1995-
1968 Paul Quantrill, London Ontario, pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays
1967 Rob Cowie, Toronto, NHL defenseman for the Los Angeles Kings
1966 Todd Reynolds, Norwalk Conn, pairs skaters 1994 Olympics
1966 Tracey Fuchs, born in Centereach, New York, field hockey midfielder, 1988, 1996 Olympics
1965 John Feskens, Dutch soccer player, Willem II
1965 Maty Monforth, TV host, Mike and Maty
1965 Michael Paul Springer, born in San Francisco, California, PGA golfer, 1994 Greater Milwaukee
1964 Brian Young, cricketer, New Zealand Test opening batsman
1964 Brenda Fassie, South African Musician
1963 Howard Ballard, NFL tackle for the Seattle Seahawks
1963 Stephen Corkin, Auckland New Zealand, judoka 1996 Olympics
1962 Kimberly Evenson, Bremerhaven Germany, playmate, September, 1984
1962 Kym Hampton, WNBA forward, New York Liberty
1962 Marilyn, born in Kingston, Jamaica, born Peter Robinson, singer, famous for hit song, 'Calling Your Name', associated with Boy George
1961 David AC viscount Linley, son of English princess Margaret/mystic
1961 Kari Michaelsen, New York City, actress, Katie-Gimme a Break
1960 James Prime, British rock keyboardist, Deacon Blue-Pay Day
1960 Karch Kiraly, Jackson, Michigan, volleyballer, Gold Medals 1984, 1988, 1996 Olympics
1960 Marcel "Baaf" Stavenuiter, Dutch drummer, Bob Color
1960 Sharon Monplaisir, New York City, fencer-epee 1996 Olympics
1960 Karch Kiraly, Jackson, Michigan, volleyballer, 3 Gold Medals 1984, 1988, 1996 Olympics
1959 Timothy Patrick Murphy, Hartford Conn, actor, Dallas, Glitter
1958 Sue Daniels, Adelaide Australia, golfer, 1983 Victorian Amateur Champ
1955 Phil Simms, NFL quarterback, New York Giants, Superbowl 1986
1955 Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, South African Politician
1954 Adam Ant, Stuart Goddard, London, punk rocker, If I Strip For You
1954 Godzilla, Japanese monster, Godzilla
1954 Kevin P. Chilton, born in Los Angeles, California, Lieutenant Colonel USAF/Astronaut, STS-49, 59, 76
1953 Dennis Miller, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, comedian/TV host, SNL, Dennis Miller Show
1953 Kathy Kinney, actress, Mimi-Drew Carey Show
1952 Felix R de Rooy, Curacaos poet/sculptor
1952 Kate Capshaw, Ft. Worth, Texas, actress, Little Sex, Dreamscape
1952 Roseanne Barr, born in Salt Lake City, Utah, comedian, actress, television producer, won Emmy award for television series, 'Roseanne'
1951 Azmat Rana, cricketer, one Test for Pakistan against Australia 1980
1949 Larry Holmes, heavyweight boxing champ, 1978 - 1985
1949 Michael Evans, Salisbury, North Carolina, actor, Lionel-All in the Family
1949 Roswitha Krause, U.S.S.R., 4 x 100m swimmer, Silver Medal 1968 Olympics
1948 Lulu, born in Glasgow, Scotland, singer and actress, To Sir With Love
1948 Tom Shales, TV critic, Washington Post
1946 Doug Simper, rocker, Deep Purple
1945 Jim Doyle, American Politician
1943 Bert Jansch, born in Glasgow, Scotland, musician, folk artist, acoustic guitarist, singer, songwriter, member of the band Pentangle, winner, BBC Folk Awards, Lifetime Achievement Award
1943 Ken Holtzman, Cub/Oriole/Yankee pitcher, 2 no-hitters
1941 Brian Poole, Essex England, vocalist, Brian Poole and The Tremeloes
1939 Terrence McNally, St. Petersburg, Florida, playwright, Bad Habits
1939 Franklin Jones, American Celebrity
1938 Pupi Avati, Bologna Italy, director, Festival, Bix, Impiegati
1937 Lynn Woolsey, born in Seattle, Washington, Representative-D-California 1993 -
1937 Paula Wayne, Hobart Oklahoma, vocalist, Everything's Great
1936 Roy Emerson, Australia, tennis player, Wimbledon-1964, 65, U.S. Open-61
1935 Jeremy Brett, born in Berkswell, England, actor, Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
1934 Derek Richardson, cricketer, played one innings for England 1957
1934 Hans Janmaat, Dutch MP, CD, fascist
1934 Kenneth Baker, English Politician
1933 Aneta Corsaut, Jutchinson, Kansas, actress, Helen Crump-Andy Griffith
1933 Jeremy Brett, actor, Sherlock Holmes, Freddie-My Fair Lady
1933 Louis W. Sullivan, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, 1989 - 1993
1933 Michael S Dukakis, Gov-D-Mass, 1988 President Candidate
1933 Michael Dukakis, American Politician
1932 Thomas J. Manton, born in New York City, New York, Representative-D-New York 1985 - 1999
1931 Monica Vitti, Ceciarelli, Rome, Italy, actress, Tigers in Lipstick
1931 Drew Lewis, American Businessman
1930 Ken Berry, born in Moline, Illinois, actor, F Troop, Mayberry RFD, Mama's Family
1930 Lois Smith, Topeka, Kansas, actress, Reckless, Reuben Reuben
1930 Phil Crane, born in Chicago, Illinois, Representative-R-Illinois 1969 - 2005
1930 William H Dana, pilot, X-15
1930 Phil Crane, American Politician
1927 Zbigniew Cybulski, Pniarz Poland, actor, See You Tommorrow
1925 Dieter Wellershoff, German author, Minotaur
1924 Shirley Chisholm, D-Rep-NY, 1st black congresswoman/president candidate
1922 Earl of Lonsdale, English large landowner/multi-millionaire
1920 Charles Bronson, Buchinsky, Penns, actor, Death Wish, Dirty Dozen
1919 Bert Freed, New York City, actor, Rufe-Shane
1918 Bob Feller, pitcher, Cleveland Indians, 3 no-hitters
1918 Russell B. Long, born in Shreveport, Louisiana, Senator-D-Louisiana, 1948 - 1987
1917 Conor Cruise O'Brien, born in Dublin, politician, writer, academic, author, civil servant, Irish government minister
1914 Hallgrimur Helgason, composer
1912 Alfredo Stroessner, dictator of Paraguay, 1954-89
1911 Vladimir Ussachevsky, Hailar Manchuria, composer, Creation
1909 James "Scotty" Barrett Reston, Clydebank Scotld, journalist, New York Times
1908 Bronko Nagurski, NFL fullback for the Chicago Bears
1907 James Geoffrey Cutcliffe Hepburn, tap-dancer/socialist
1907 Joe Turner, U.S. jazz pianist
1905 Lois Mailou Jones, U.S. painter, Peasants on Parade
1905 William Donald Campbell, diarist/ornithologist
1904 Gideon Fagan, composer
1904 Janis Kalnins, composer
1903 Walker Evans, U.S., photographer, Fortune Magazine
1901 Andre Malraux, Berger, France, novelist/art historian, L'Espoir
1901 Leopold III, Filip von Saksen-Coburg, King of Belgians, 1934-51
1900 Roger Blunt, cricketer, New Zealand all-rounder in 9 Tests 1930-32
1897 Karel Salmon, composer
1893 R Lindley Murray, tennis champ, U.S. Open-1918
1889 Heinrich Campendonk, German painter/wood carver/glazer
1888 William Charles Denis Browne, composer
1884 Apie Prince, Dutch author, Me Own Way
1883 Enny Vrede, Maria M Muller, Dutch actress/wife of Eduard Verkade
1880 Edmond Barrett, heavyweight wrestler, Olympic-bronze-1908
1880 Raffaele Casimiro Casimiri, composer
1879 Vilhjalmur Stefansson, Canada, Arctic explorer/ethnologist
1875 Emils Darzins, composer
1872 Paul Panzer, actor, Cat's Paw, Mildred Pierce, Hotel Berlin
1867 Siegfried Garibaldi Kallenberg, composer
1863 Eugene Samuel-Holeman, composer
1861 Johann Peter Kirsch, Luxembourg church historian/archaeologist
1857 Michail V Aleksejev, Russian general, WW I-chief of staff
1852 Mutsuhito, 122nd emperor of Japan, 1867-1912
1844 Mehmed V Reshad, sultan of Turkey, 1909-18
1833 Edward Dorr Tracy, Brigadier General Confederate Army
1830 Esten Cooke, John Confederate Army
1830 Jacob M van Bemmelen, Dutch physicist/chemist
1826 Jasper Adalmorn Maltby, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1818 Gustavus Adolphus DeRussy, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1816 Jubal Anderson Early, Lt General Confederate Army
1815 Adrien Louis Victor Boieldieu, composer
1815 John Mitchel, Irish Journalist
1801 Karl Baedeker, Germany, published travel books
1801 Vincenzo Bellini, Italian opera composer, La Sonnambula, Norma
1798 Mason James Murray, Confederacy
1794 William Cullen Bryant, poet, Thanatopsis
1794 William Cullen Bryant, American Poet
1793 Stephen Fuller Austin, colonized Texas
1781 Johann Ernst Friedrich Wollank, composer
1780 Victor-Charles-Paul Dourlen, composer
1753 August G Meissner, German author
1753 Friedrich Christoph Gebtewitz, composer
1736 Christian Brunings, Dutch hydraulic engineer
1718 John Montague, 4th Earl of Sandwich, inventor, sandwich
1689 Johann Joseph Ignaz Brentner, composer
1656 Georg Reuter, composer
1621 Renatus Rapinus, Rene Rapin, French jesuit/poet, Hortorum libri IV
1619 Willem Kalf, Rotterdam, Netherlands, painter, still lifes
1618 Aurangzeb, Emperor of India, 1658 - 1707
1611 Henry Ireton, English general/MP, Edgehill
1604 Osman II, sultan of Turkey, 1618-22
1587 Samuel Scheidt, composer
1470 Edward V, King of England, Apr 9-Jun 25 1483
39 Lucan, Cordova Spain, Latin poet, Bellum Civile