October 13 Birthdays in History - October 13 Deaths - October 13 Events
1993 Tiffany Trump, daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples
1982 Ian Thorpe, born in Sydney, New South Wales, professional swimmer, Olympic gold medalist, won 11 World Championship gold medals, nicknamed, 'Torpedo'
1978 Jermaine O'Neal, NBA forward, Portland Trailblazers
1976 Edward Ellis, tackle for the New England Patriots
1975 Arafath Hill, soccer player, FC Groningen
1975 Leo Koswal, soccer player, Dordrecht '90
1974 Anthony Carbone, Australian soccer midfielder, Olyroos, 1996 Olympics
1973 Brian Dawkins, safety for the Philadelphia Eagles
1972 Jaime Bernardo, prince of Netherlands
1972 Jean Foster, Columbus Georgia, 3x20 rifle 1996 Olympics
1972 Margarita Maria Beatriz, princess of Netherlands
1972 Summer Sanders, California, butterfly swimmer, Gold Medals 1992, 1996 Olympics
1971 Hitesh Modi, cricketer, Kenyan left-handed batsman 1996 World Cup
1971 Irv Smith, NFL tight end for the New Orleans Saints
1971 Jay Williams, defensive end for the St. Louis Rams
1971 Sean O'Donnell, Ottawa, NHL defenseman for the Los Angeles Kings
1971 Billy Bush, American Entertainer
1970 Ann Grossman, Grove City Ohio, tennis star, 1994 LA finalist
1970 Eric Gant, WLAF running back for the Frankfurt Galaxy
1970 Steve Matthews, NFL/WLAF quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs, Scottish Claymores
1969 Cady McClain, born in Burbank, California, actress, Dixie Martin-All My Children
1969 Rhonda Mapp, WNBA center and forward, Charlotte Sting
1969 Tim Crabtree, Jackson, Michigan, pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays
1969 Nancy Kerrigan, American Athlete
1968 David Alcoriza, Lodi California, double trap 1996 Olympics
1968 Julio Valera, San Sebastian Puerto Rico, pitcher for the Kansas City Royals
1968 Tisha Campbell, Newark, New Jersey, actress, Gina-Martin, House Party
1967 Derrick Moore, NFL running back, Az Cardinals, Carolina Panthers
1967 Javier Sotomayor, Cuban jumper, world record 1989
1967 Trevor Hoffman, Anaheim California, pitcher for the San Diego Padres
1965 Cherelle, rocker, Affair-First Bite
1965 Linda Brenneman, born in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, cyclist, Olympics-11th-96
1965 Rob Schneider, actor, Saturday Night Live, Men Behaving Badly
1964 Chris Gwynn, born in Los Angeles, California, outfielder for the San Diego Padres
1962 Jerry Rice, NFL wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers
1962 Kelly Preston, born in Honolulu, Hawaii, actress, Mischief, Twins, A Tigers Tale
1961 Derek Harper, NBA guard, New York Knicks, Orlando Magic
1960 Greg Derr, Marshfield Massachusetts, free pistol 1996 Olympics
1960 Joey Belladonna, Oswego, New York, heavy metal vocalist, Anthrax-Protest
1960 Ari Fleischer, American Public Servant
1959 Marie Osmond, born in Ogden, Utah, singer and actress, Paper Roses, Goin' Coconuts
1958 Barb Bunkowsky-Scherbak, Toronto ON, LPGA golfer, 1984 Chrysler
1958 Dwayne Evans, born in Phoenix, Arizona, 200m runner 1976 Olympics bronze
1958 Joseph Richard Sylvers, born in Memphis, Tennessee, guitarist, vocalist, member of rhythm and blues band, The Sylvers
1958 Maria Cantwell, born in Indianapolis, Indiana, Representative-D-Washington 1993 - 1995, Senator-D-Washington 2001 -
1956 Anura Ranasinghe, cricketer, Sri Lankan batsman in 3 Tests 1982
1953 Bill Schuette, born in Midland, Michigan, Representative-R-Michigan 1985 - 1991
1952 Beverly Johnson, model/actress, Ashanti Land of No Mercy
1952 Michael "Rich"ard Clifford, Cal, Army/Astronaut, STS-53, 59, 76
1952 John Lone, American Actor
1951 John Ford Coley, rocker, England Dan and John Ford Coley
1951 Olympia-Ann Sylvers, born in Memphis, Tennessee, vocalist, member of rhythm and blues band, The Sylvers
1950 Annegret Richter-Irrang, born in West Germany, sprinter, Gold Medal 1972 Olympics
1950 Ellen Brusse, Elizabeth Wenmakers, Dutch TV hostess
1949 Craig McGregor, rocker, Foghat
1948 Leona Mitchell, Enid Oklahoma, soprano, Musetta-La Boheme
1947 Sammy Hagar, Monterey California, rock vocalist, Van Halen-Jump
1946 Bram Vermeulen, Dutch singer, Neerlands Hoop
1946 Demond Wilson, Valdosta Georgia, actor, Sanford and Son, Baby I'm Back
1946 Lacy J Dalton, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, country singer, Crazy Blue Eyes
1945 Karen Akers, New York City, singer, On Stage at Wolf Trap
1944 Buddy Allin, Bremerton, Washington, PGA golfer, 1980 New Zealand Open
1944 Robert Lamm, New York City, rocker, Chicago-If You Leave Me Now
1942 Jerry Jones, owner/General Manager for the Dallas Cowboys
1942 Pamela Tiffin, Pamela Wonso, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, actress, Viva Max!
1941 John Snow, cricketer, fiery England quickie Unpopular with Aussies
1941 Paul Simon, born in Newark, New Jersey, singer and actor, 'Kodachrome', '1 Trick Pony'
1940 Chris Farlowe, born in North London, England, John Henry Deighton, rocker, singer, soul, rhythm and blues, jazz rock, signed with Columbia and Immediate, once used pseudonym 'Little Joe Cook'
1939 Melinda Dillon, Hope, Arkansas, actress, Close Encounters, Slap Shot
1938 Jim McMullan, Long Beach, New York, actor, Dr. McDaniel-Ben Casey
1938 Mahboob Shah, cricketer, Pakistani Test umpire on International panel
1936 Cliff Gorman, Jamacia, New York, actor, Boys in the Band, Angel
1936 Elizabeth Furse, born in Nairobi, Kenya, Representative-D-Oregon 1993 - 1999
1936 John Menzies, Scottish publisher/banker/multi-millionaire
1935 Philippine J Aeckerlin, Dutch actress, Oh Venus, Daddy Longlegs
1931 Ed Matthews, Hall of Famer/Milwaukee Brave/home run hitter, 512
1931 Eddie Mathews, American Athlete
1930 Peter J Clase, South African minister of Education/Culture, 1985-
1927 Anita Kerr, born in Memphis, Tennessee, singer, Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
1926 Ray Brown, U.S., bandleader
1925 Frank D Gilroy, American writer, Subject Was Roses
1925 Lenny Bruce, Leonard Schneider, comedian, arrested on obsenity
1925 Margaret Thatcher, born in Grantham, England, Tory, British Prime Minister, 1979 - 1990
1924 Nipsey Russell, comedian, Car 54 Where Are You?, Barefoot in the Park
1924 Terry Gibbs, born in Brooklyn, New York, orchestra leader, Steve Allen Comedy Hour
1923 Servaas "Faas" Wilkes, Dutch soccer star, Xerxes/Fortuna/Inter Milan
1922 Alan Scott, Haddonfield, New Jersey, TV host/songwriter, Spin the Picture
1922 Gilberto Mendes, composer
1921 Harper MacKay, born in Boston, Massachusetts, orchestra leader, NBC Follies
1921 Yves Montand, France, actor/singer, Z, Napoleon, Grand Prix
1920 Albert Hague, Berlin Germany, actor, Mr Shorofsky-Fame
1920 Nipsey Russell, born in Atlanta, Georgia, comedian, Car 54, Barefoot in the Park
1918 Jack MacGowran, Dublin Ireland, actor, King Lear, Exorcist
1918 Robert Walker, born in Salt Lake City, Utah, actor and writer, Bataan, Mme Curie
1917 Burr Tillstrom, born in Chicago, Illinois, puppeteer, Kukla, Fran and Ollie
1917 Laraine Day, Roosevelt Utah, actress, Dr. Kildaire, I've Got a Secret
1916 David Hollestelle, Dutch baritone, Great-Broadcast chorus
1915 Cornel Wilde, New York City, actor, High Sierra, 5th Musketeer
1913 Frances Tustin, child psychologist
1912 Hugo David Weisgall, Ivancice Moravia, composer, 4 Impressions
1911 Ticker Freeman, Paterson, New Jersey, pianist, Dinah Shore Show
1910 Art Tatum, U.S. jazz pianist/composer
1910 Otto Joachim, composer
1909 Herblock, Herbert L Block, Roosevelt, Utah, political cartoonist
1909 Herbert Lawrence Block, American Cartoonist
1908 John Grant, British rear-admiral
1908 Werner Reinowski, writer
1907 Yves Allegret, French director, Dedee d'Anvers, Lesson Orgueilleux
1904 Jutta Hecker, writer
1904 Wilfred Pickles, Halifax England, actor, Billy Liar, Gay Dog
1903 Patsy Moran, Pennsylvania, actress, Children of the Wild
1902 Franco Giorgetti, Italy, cyclist, Gold Medal 1920 Olympics
1901 Benjamin Merkelbach, architect/city builder of Amsterdam
1901 Edward Chapman, Harrogate England, actor, Promoter, Rembrandt
1901 Irja A Browallius, Swedish author, Syndon pa Skruke
1900 Marius-Francois Gaillard, composer
1899 Marcelle de Manziarly, composer
1895 Kurt Schumacher, German politicial chairman, SPD,
1895 Vera Bondam, actress
1891 Irene Rich, Luther, Buffalo, New York, actress, Beau Brummell, Champ
1891 Ludwig Weber, composer
1890 Conrad Richter, writer, Light in the Forest
1890 Gosta Nystroem, composer
1889 Douglass Dumbrille, Hamilton Ont, actor, Mr Deed Goes to Town
1885 Harry Hershfield, Cedar Rapids Iowa, cartoonist, Can You Top This?
1881 George Bacovia, Vasiliu, Romanian poet/composer/painter
1879 Peter Van Anrooy, Dutch conductor and composer, Piet Hein Rhapsodie
1877 Bernard Bosanquet, cricketer, pioneer of googly
1873 Albert J. Nock, American Philosopher
1867 Pierre Bonnard, French painter/illustrator
1863 C-E Auguste Rateau, French mining engineer, Rateau steam turbine
1853 Lillie Langtry, Jersey Lily, vaudevillian actress, Lillie
1853 Maria E "Beppie" Bakker, Dutch actress/wife of Piet Vink Sr
1833 Edward Blake, Canadian Politician
1826 Lafayette Curry Baker, Brigadier General Union volunteers
1824 Henry Stephen Cutler, composer
1823 Immanuel Faisst, composer
1822 Karl Reinthaler, composer
1821 Rudolf Virchow, German politician/antropologist, cell pathology
1815 Jules Quicherat, French historian/archaeologist
1810 James Shedden Palmer, Commander Union Navy
1808 Henry Haywood Bell, Commander Union Navy
1797 William Motherwell, Scottish civil servant/poet
1794 Anselm Huttenbrenner, composer
1792 Moritz Hauptmann, composer
1788 Thomas Erskine, Scottish Theologian
1783 Frantiszek Soltyk, composer
1769 Horace H Hayden, cofounded 1st dental college
1761 Dirk van Hogendorp, Dutch earl/general/minister of War
1759 Ecco Epkema, Dutch linguist, Frisian, old-Frisian
1652 Johann Heinrich Kittel, composer
1563 Francesco Caracciolo, Italian religious founder/saint, Caracciolini
1537 Jane Grey, Queen of England for 9 days
1474 Mariotto di Bigio di Bindo Albertinelli, Italian painter