October 30 Birthdays in History - October 30 Deaths - October 30 Events
1976 Maurice Taylor, NBA forward for the Los Angeles Clippers
1975 Joanne Malar, Hamilton Ontario, swimmer, Olympics-11-92, 96
1975 Stephanie Camp, Rapid City, South Dakota, Miss America-SD 1997
1973 Ellis Johnson, NFL defensive back for the Indianapolis Colts
1973 Melissa Deanne Holiday, Greenwood, South Carolina, playmate, Jan, 1995
1972 Georgina Douglas, Australian rower 1996 Olympics
1972 Patrice Denis, CFL linebacker for the Edmonton Eskimos
1972 Trevor Wilmot, NFL linebacker, Indianapolis Colts, Amsterdam Admirals
1971 Edward "Ted" Murphy, born in Boston, Massachusetts, rower, Olympics-5th-1996
1970 Dino Philyaw, NFL running back for the New England Patriots
1970 James Pedro, Danvers Massachusetts, lightweight judoka, Olympics-bronze-92, 96
1970 Kevin Johnson, NFL defensive tackle, Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders
1970 Nia Long, born in Brooklyn, New York, actress, Guiding Light, Made in America, Soul Food
1970 Patrice Tardif, Thetford Mines, NHL center for the Los Angeles Kings
1970 Stefan Gamlin, WLAF offensive linebacker for the Frankfurt Galaxy
1970 Suvat Karadag, soccer player for the FC Utrecht
1970 Wim Bubberman, soccer player, Sparta
1969 Brittany Gae Thompson, born in Portland, Oregon, Miss Oregon-America 1991
1969 Mayumi Hirase, Kumamoto Japan, LPGA golfer, Japan Jr-1985, 86, 87
1967 Brenda Catherine Lawson, Wanganui New Zealand, double scull rower 1996 Olympics
1967 Pat Elynuik, Foam Lake, NHL right wing, Ottawa Senators
1967 Ty Detmer, quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles
1965 Charnele Brown, East Hampton, New York, actress, Kim-A Different World
1965 Kevin Edwards, NBA guard, New Jersey Nets
1965 Gavin Rossdale, British Musician
1964 Sandra H Magnus, Belleville, Illinois, PhD/astronaut
1963 Jerry de Borg, English pop guitarist, Jesus Jones-Real, Real, Real
1963 Kristina Malandro Wagner, actress, Felicia Jones-General Hospital
1963 Mike Veletta, cricketer, West Aussie opening bat, 8 Tests for Australia
1963 Todd Sand, born in Burbank, California, pairs skaters 1994 Olympics
1962 Courtney Walsh, cricketer, WI pace bowler, hat-trick vs. Australia 1988
1962 Danny Tartabull, born in Miami, Florida, outfielder, New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox
1962 Mark Portugal, born in Los Angeles, California, pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds
1961 Hans Segers, soccer goaltender, PSV, Nottingham Forest, Wimbledon
1960 David Valle, Bayside, New York, catcher for the Texas Rangers
1960 Diego A Maradona, Argentina/Italy soccer player, World Cup
1960 Kim Thompson, Bath England, actress, Stealing Heaven
1960 Monica Bellucci, Citta di Castello Italy, actress, Dracula
1960 Diego Maradona, Argentinian Athlete
1958 Kevin Pollak, SF, comedian, Usual Suspects, Grumpy Old Men
1957 Aleksandr Ivanovich Lazutkin, Russian cosmonaut, Soyuz TM-25
1956 Juliet Stevenson, Essex England, actress, Secret Rapture, Life Story
1956 Leslie Webb, equestrian dressage 1996 Olympics
1956 Timothy J. Roemer, born in South Bend, Indiana, Representative-D-Indiana 1991 - 2003
1955 Shanna Reed, Kansas City Kansas, actress, Major Dad, Mirrors
1954 JoAnne Russell, born in Miami, Florida, tennis player, Wibeldon Double 1977
1954 T Graham Brown, Arabi, Georgia, country singer, Come as you Were
1953 Alexander Fedorovich Poleshchuk, Moscow, cosmonaut, Soyuz TM-16
1953 Charles Martin Smith, Van Nuys California, actor, American Graffiti
1953 Kathleen Cody, born in Bronx, New York, actress, Charley and the Angel
1953 Peter Hoekstra, born in Groningen, Netherlands, Representative-R-Michigan 1993 -
1951 Frank Pallone, born in Long Branch, New Jersey, Representative-D-New Jersey 1988 - 1993 and 1993 -
1951 Harry Hamlin, born in Pasadena, California, actor, Michael Kuzak - L.A. Law
1950 John Doolittle, born in Glendale, California, Representative-R-California 1991 - 2009
1950 Louise Duart, Quincy, Massachusetts, comedienne, Paramount Comedy Theater # 5
1950 Phil Chenier, NBA guard, Washington Bullets
1950 John Doolittle, American Politician
1949 David Green, Melbourne Australia, rock bassist, Air Supply
1949 Otis Williams, Otis Miles, Texas, rock vocalist, Temptations
1947 Timothy B Schmidt, born in Oakland California, rocker, Eagles
1946 Andrea Mitchell, New York City, newscaster, NBC-TV, Summer Sunday USA
1946 Chris Slade, rocker, AC/DC
1946 Ian McGeechan, Scottish rugby player
1946 Lynne Marta, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, actress, Love American Style
1946 Robert L "Hoot" Gibson, Cooperstown, New York, USN/ast, STS-41B,61C,27,47,71
1945 Glenn Poshard, born in Herald, Illinois, Representative-D-Illinois 1989 - 1999
1945 Henry Winkler, New York City, actor, Fonz-Happy Days, Night Shift
1944 Ahmed Chalabi, Iraqi Statesman
1943 Joanna Shimkus, Halifax NS, actress, Marriage of a Young Stockbroker
1942 Sven-David Sandstrom, composer
1941 Otis Williams, rocker, Temptations
1940 Ed Lauter, Long Beach, New York, actor, Sheriff Cain-BJ and the Bear
1940 Miguel Calderon-Gomez, Havana, basketball player 1972 Olympics bronze
1939 Eddie Holland, U.S. singer and songwriter, Jamie, Leaving Here
1939 Grace Slick, Chicago, rock vocalist, Jefferson Airplane-White Rabbit
1939 Norman West, U.S. singer, Soul Children, Hearsay, Give 'em Love
1937 Claude Lelouch, movie director, A Man and A Woman, Cat and Mouse, Bolero
1937 John Patrick Williams, born in Helena, Montana, Representative-D-Montana 1979 - 1997
1936 Jim Perry, pitcher, Cy Young Award 1970
1936 Roy Emerson, tennis player, won 12 Majors in singles from 1961-67
1935 Michael Winner, producer/director, Big Sleep, Death Wish
1935 Robert Caro, American Writer
1934 Hamilton Camp, London, actor, Andrew-He and She, Meatballs 2
1933 Michael S Dukakis, Gov-D-Mass, presidential candidate, D-1988
1932 Louis Malle, France, director, Atlantic City, Black Moon, Viva Maria
1931 David Wilson, director of British Museum, 1977-92
1931 Dick Gautier, born in Los Angeles, California, actor, Hymie-Get Smart, Mr. Terrific
1931 John Macchia, California, actor, Beach Blanket Bingo, Beach Party
1930 Clifford Brown, Brownie, U.S. jazz trumpeter/composer
1930 Marilyn Alex, born in Hollywood, California, actress, Molly-Young and Restless
1929 Joan Ganz Cooney, founder, Children's Television Workshop
1928 Ernest Flatt, choreographer, Carol Burnett Show
1928 Michael Andrews, painter
1928 William Campbell, Newark, New Jersey, actor, Jerry-Cannonball, Luke-Dynasty
1928 Daniel Nathans, American Scientist
1927 Joseph Wilbur Adcock, manager/player, Braves
1927 Joe Adcock, born in Coushatta, Louisiana, first baseman, outfielder, played for Cincinnati Reds, homered four times in a single game against Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbets Field
1925 Gus Savage, born in Detroit, Michigan, Representative-D-Illinois 1981 - 1993
1925 Teo Macero, composer
1924 Hannelore Weygrand, born in West Germany, equestrian dressage, Silver Medal 1956 Olympics
1924 Serge Golovine, French ballet choreographer, Death of Narcissus
1923 Herschel Bernardi, actor, Arnie, Voice of Charlie the Tuna, Front
1921 Charles Bronson, actor, Magnificent Seven, Dirty Dozen, Deathwish
1919 Jane Randolph, singer, backup for Tony Orlando, Dawn
1918 Ted Williams, hitter, Red Sox, AL MVP '46, '49; Trip Crown '42, '47
1917 Ruth Hussey, born in Providence, Rhode Island, actress, Another Thin Man, Philadelphia Story
1915 Pierre Wissmer, Swiss composer, Capitaine Bruno
1914 Marion Ladewig, Michigan, bowler, 9 time woman bowler of year 1950-63
1914 Marius Hendrikus Flothuis, Dutch composer/author, Mozart biography
1914 James Laughlin, American Poet
1913 Joris Noe, Flemish literary
1912 Preston Lockwood, actor, House of Windsor, Black Candle
1910 Miguel Hernadez Gilabert, Spain, poet, Viento del Pueblo
1908 Franco Margola, composer
1908 Stuart Hamblen, Texas, singer/composer, This Old House
1908 Patsy Montana, Ruby Rose Blevins, singer 'I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart'
1907 Albert Rice Leventhal, publisher, Little Golden Books
1907 Gyorgy Ranki, Budapest Hungary, composer, Hoemberek
1907 Renzo Cesana, Rome, Italy, TV host, First Date, Continental
1905 Christian Darnton, composer
1904 Alfred Gradstein, composer
1904 Paul D Stoop, U.S. Vice-Admiral, WW II-Coral Sea
1903 Konrad Friedrich Noetel, composer
1902 Armin Kaufmann, composer
1900 Augustin Lara, composer
1899 Ernst H Ridder van Rappard, Dutch SS officer/founder, NSNAP
1896 Anatoly Grigor'yevich Novikov, composer
1896 Ruth Gordon, Massachusetts, actress, Rosemary's Baby, Harold and Maude
1894 Peter Warlock, composer
1893 Charles Atlas, Angelo Siciliano, U.S., bodybuilder
1893 Jan M Romein, Dutch historian, Low Countries at Sea
1893 Willi Apel, German/U.S. musicologist, Harvard dictionary of music
1887 Eduardo Ciannelli, Italy, actor, Waldo-Johnny Staccato
1887 Georg Heym, born in Hirschberg, Germany, poet, writer, wrote, 'Der ewige Tag', poetry considered early Expressionist style
1885 Ezra Pound, American Poet
1884 Rudolf Forster, Grobming Austria, actor, Threepenny Opera
1882 William "Bull" F Halsey, U.S. Vice-Admiral, WW II Pacific
1882 William Halsey, American Soldier
1880 Abram F Joffe, Russian physicist, crystal
1879 Eily Malyon, London, actress, Jane Eyre, I Married a Witch, Devotion
1873 Francisco Madero, Mexico, revolutionary, president, 1911-13
1869 Lawrence Grant, Bournemouth England, actor, Bulldog Drummond
1864 Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, composer
1861 Antoine Bourdelle, French Sculptor
1857 John H Aberson, 1st chancellor, Dutch Agricultural University
1849 Johan Willem, son of Dutch princess Marianne and coachman
1848 Zinovi P Rozhestvensky, Russian Vice-Admiral
1845 Gustav Weber, composer
1843 A G Henri Regnault, French water colors painter
1840 Carlotta Patti, Italian soprano
1840 William G Sumner, U.S. sociologist/political analyst
1839 Alfred Sisley, French impressionist painter
1830 Francois Crepin, Belgian botany
1830 John Stevens Bowen, Major General Confederate Army
1829 Roscoe Conkling, MC, Union
1825 Adelaide Anne Procter, English Poet
1821 Cenobio Paniagua y Vasques, composer
1821 Fjodor Mikhailovich Dostoevski, Russian novelist
1817 Hermann Kopp, German chemist, Jahresbericht of Chemistry
1807 James Samuel Wadsworth, Major General Union volunteers
1790 Karol Joseph Lipinski, composer
1790 Rinse Posthumus, Frisian writer
1751 Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Irish Playwright
1751 Richard Sheridan, Irish Playwright
1741 Angelica Kauffmann, Swiss painter
1735 Edward Miller, composer
1735 John Adams, Braintree, Massachusetts, 2nd president of the United States, 1797 - 1801
1712 Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich, German painter
1683 George II [August], King of Great Britain, 1727-60
1620 Michael de Ronghe, composer
1612 Paul Wirtz, Wurtz, German/Netherlands army commander
1576 Enrico C Davila, Padua Italy, writer, Storia delguerre civili Francia
1391 Eduard, Dom Duarte, King of Portugal, 1433 - 1438, author