Birthdays 1 – 200 of 238

9 Vespasian, Falacrina, Italy, Roman Emperor (AD 69-79), (d. AD 79)
331 Flavius Claudius Julianus, [Julian the Apostate], Emperor
1502 Atahualpa, last emperor of the Inca (d. 1533)
1503 Il Bronzino, Florentine painter (Eleanor de Toledo & her Son)
1576 Roque Gonzales, Paraguayan missionary (d. 1628)
1594 Johan van Beverwijck, Dutch physician/writer (Treasure of Health)
1612 Dorgon, Manchu prince (d. 1650)
1681 Pierre François le Courayer, French theologian (d. 1776)
1685 Pierre Gaultier, French-Canadian trader and explorer (d. 1749)
1690 Noel-Nicolas Coypel, French painter/cartoonist
1704 Salomeja Neris, [S Bacinskaite-Buciene], Latvian poet
1729 Maria Antonietta of Spain, queen of Sardinia (d. 1785)
1755 Louis XVIII, 1st post-revolutionary king of France (1814-24)
1765 Étienne-Jacques-Joseph-Alexandre MacDonald, French marshal (d. 1840)
1771 Jonathan Huntington, composer
1787 Michele Carafa, composer
1790 August Ferdinand Möbius, German mathematician (d. 1868)
1794 John Barrien Montgomery, Commander (Union Navy), (d. 1873)
King of France Louis XVIIIKing of France Louis XVIII (1755) 1799 Titian Ramsey Peale, US, artist/naturalist (American Ornithology)
1808 Alberich Zwyssig, composer
1814 Joseph Finegan, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), (d. 1885)
1816 August W Ambros, Austria musicologist (History of Music)
1826 John McArthur, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), (d. 1906)
1827 Petko Slavejkov, Bulgarian writer (d. 1895)
1834 Stephen Hinsdale Weed, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), (d. 1863)
1835 Andrew L. Harris, governor of Ohio (d. 1915)
1837 David Capriles, director of psychiatry of Monte Christo, Curacao
1837 – Derk J A Haspels, Dutch actor
1837 – Willem Coenen, composer
1854 Louis HG Lyautey, French minister of Defense (1916-17)
1859 Gerhard Rusenkrone Schjelderup, composer
1865 John S Plaskett, Canadian astronomer (Plaskett’s twins)
1866 Voltairine de Cleyre, American anarchist (d. 1912)
1876 Baron Joseph van de Meulebroeck, mayor (Brussels, Belgium)
1877 Frank Calder, the first NHL President (d. 1943)
1878 Grace Abbott, Grand Island Neb, social worker (US Children Bureau)
1879 Gerardus H de Haas, socialist vicar
1881 Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, English 1st baron of Hesketh Dutch/MP
1883 Harold Baumgartner, cricketer (one Test South Africa v England 1913)
1885 Henry de Man, Belgium, sociologist/chairman (Belgian Workers Party)
1886 Crane Wilbur, Athens NY, dir/writer (Bat, Canon City, Yellow Cargo)
1887 Bernard L Montgomery, British field marshall (WW II-African campaign)
Soldier, British Field Marshal Bernard Law MontgomerySoldier, British Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery (1887) 1887 – Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Alamein, British Field Marshal, Kennington, South London
1888 Ariantje “Jeanne” Leg, actress (It Vijgeblaadje, It Hippie)
1890 Jack Cusack, pro football pioneer (Canton Bulldogs)
1891 Guido Pannain, composer
1891 – Jean Del Val, [Gautier], France, actor (Sainted Devil, Flying Deuces)
1892 Max Deutsch, composer
1894 Eelco van Kleffens, minister of Foreign affairs (1939-46)/diplomat
1894 – Sophocles Venizelos, premier of Greece (1944, 50-51)
1895 Mikhail Bakhtin, Russian philosopher (d. 1975)
1895 – Gregorio López y Fuentes, Mexican author (d. 1966)
1896 Lev Vygotsky, Russian psychologist (d. 1934)
1897 Ed Baker, Davis WV, actor (Keystone Kops)
1897 – Frank Fay, American actor (God’s Gift to Women, Love Nest), born in San Francisco, California
1897 – Sara Haden, Galveston Tx, actress (A Family Affair)
1899 Roger Vitrac, French poet/dramatist (Coup of Trafalgar)
1899 – Douglas Shearer, Canadian film sound engineer (d. 1971)
1900 Marcel Dalio, Paris, actor (Casablanca)
1901 Joyce Wethered, Surrey England, golfer (4 time British Amateur champ)
1901 – Lee Strasberg, Austria, acting coach/actor (Somewhere in the Night)
1901 – Max Zehnder, composer
1901 – Raymond Chevreuille, Belgian composer
1901 – Walter Hallstein, West German politician (CDU) (Hallstein doctrine)
1902 Eugene Paul Wigner, mathematician/physicist (A Bomb, Nobel 1963)
1902 – Lee Strasberg, Austria, acting coach/actor (And Justice for All)
1903 Joseph Kaminski, composer
1904 Isamu Noguchi, sculptor (1963 Fine Arts Medal)
1905 Arthur Chipperfield, cricketer (Aus batsman & leggie 99 on Test debut)
1905 – Astrid Bernadotte, Princess of Sweden
1905 – Mischa Auer, [Ounskowsky], St Petersburg Russia, actor (My Man Godfrey)
1905 – Wazyk, [Adam Wagman], Polish poet/author (Eyes & Mouth)
1906 Betty Bronson, Trenton NJ, actress (Evel Knievel, One Stolen Night)
1906 – Soichiro Honda, Japan, founder/CEO (Honda Motor Co)
1906 – Rollie Stiles, American baseball player (d. 2007)
1907 Israel Regardie, Aleister Crowley’s secretary (d. 1985)
1909 Gerald Savory, actor playwright/TV producer (Heart of the Matter)
1911 Charles Walters, US, actor/choreographer/director (Easter parade)
1911 – Nobutaka Shikanai, Japans media CEO (Fujisankei Com Group)
1911 – William Tannen, actor (Jailhouse Rock, Sitting Bull), born in NYC, New York
1911 – Christian Fouchet, French diplomat (d. 1974)
1914 Archie Campbell, Bullsgap Tenn, comedian (Hee Haw)
1916 Winson Hudson, community activist (rural Mississippi)
1917 Jack Lescoulie, TV host (Jackie Gleason Show), born in Sacramento, California
1919 Hershy Kay, composer/arranger (Olympic Hymn), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1919 – Ludwig Freiherr von Hammerstein-Equord, journalist
1920 Camillo Felgen, Luxembourgish singer (d. 2005)
1921 Albert Bertelsen, Danish painter
1922 Emile Noel, international civil servant
1923 Bert Sutcliffe, cricketer (all-time great NZ left-handed bat)
1923 – Robert Francis Vere Heuston, British professor of law
1923 – Mike Garcia, American baseball player (d. 1986)
1924 Lucas J “Luc” Lutz, Dutch actor/director (Hague Comedy)
1925 Charles Mackerras, Schenectady NY, Australian conductor
1925 – Colin Campbell Mitchell, soldier
1925 – Libby Newman, painter/printmaker/curator
1925 – Rock Hudson, Winnetka, Ill, actor (Pillow Talk, A Farewell to Arms)
1927 Ellis Hillman, politician
1928 Colin McDonald, cricketer (stalwart Australian opening bat for 1950’s)
1928 – Rance Howard, American actor
1929 Edgar White, US, yachtsman (Olympic-gold-1952)
1929 – Pieter A H Bos, Dutch lawyer/attorney general on Aruba
1929 – Sumner White, US, yachtsman (Olympic-gold-1952)
1929 – Norm Zauchin, baseball player (d. 1999)
1930 Bob Mathias, American decathlete (Olympic-gold-1948, 52) and congressman, born in Tulare, California (d. 2006)
1930 – Brian Joseph Lenihan, politician
1930 – David Werner Amram, composer (Splendor in the Grass), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1933 Orlando Peña, Cuban baseball player
1934 James M Inhofe, (Rep-R-Oklahoma)
1934 – Fenella Fielding, English actress
1935 Anton Sailer, Austria, skier (Olympic-3 golds-1956)
1936 Leni van Rijn-Vellekoop, Dutch MP (PvdA)
1936 – Dahlia Ravikovitch, Israeli poet (d. 2005)
1937 Peter Edward Cook, Torquay England, actor/comedian (Bedazzled)
1938 Alvaro Leon Cassuto, composer
Singer-songwriter Gordon LightfootSinger-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot (1938) 1938 – Gordon Lightfoot, Orillia Ontario, Canadian folksinger (Sundown)
1938 – Peter Snell, NZ, 800m/1500m runner (Olympic-gold-1960, 64)
1938 – Thomas Black, English industrial/auto collector
1939 Auberon Waugh, British author (d. 2001)
1940 Luke Kelly, Irish folk music singer and banjo player
1941 Gene Clark, rock vocalist/guitarist (Byrds), born in Los Angeles, California
1941 – Peter Hoagland, (Rep-D-Nebraska)
1942 Annemarie Oster, Dutch actress (Goede Tijden Slechte Tijden)
1942 – Bob Gaudio, rocker (Four Seasons-Sherry), born in The Bronx, New York
1942 – Martin Scorsese, director (Raging Bull, The Departed), born in Queens, New York
1942 – Khang Khek Leu, Cambodian politician
1943 Lauren Hutton, [Mary], Charleston SC, model/actress (American Gigolo)
Actor Danny DevitoActor Danny Devito (1944) 1944 Danny Devito, Neptune NJ, actor (Taxi, Ruthless People, Twins)
1944 – Eugene Clarke, Tipton Missouri, rock guitarist
1944 – Lorne Michaels, [Lipowitz], producer, actor and comedy writer (Saturday Night Live), born in Toronto, Ontario
1944 – Tom Seaver, American MLB pitcher (NY Met, 300 game winner, Cy Young ’69 ’73 ’75), born in Fresno, California
1944 – Jim Boeheim, Hall of Fame Coach
1944 – Rem Koolhaas, Dutch architect
1945 Elvin Hayes, Rayville Louisiana, NBA star (San Diego, Houston, Baltimore)
1945 – Jeremy Hanley, British Lower house member
1945 – Roland Joffe, director (City of Joy, Mission, Killing Fields)
1946 Martin Barre, British pop guitarist (Jethro Tull)
NBA Forward Elvin HayesNBA Forward Elvin Hayes (1945) 1946 – Terry E. Branstad, Governor of Iowa
1947 Rod Clements, rocker
1947 – Stewkey, [Robert Antoni], rocker
1947 – Steven E. de Souza, American scriptwriter
1947 – Inky Mark, Canadian politician
1948 Jaime Huelamo, Spain, cyclist (Olympic-bronze-1972) drug disqualified
1948 – Howard Dean, American politician
1949 John Boehner, (Rep-R-Ohio)
1949 – Thomas Lionel Hill, 110m hurdler (Olympic-bronze-1972), born in New Orleans, Louisiana
1950 Roland Matthes, German DR, 100m/200m backstroke (Oly-gold-1968, 72)
1950 – Tom Walkinshaw, Scottish race car driver and race team owner
1951 Dean Paul Martin, actor (Billy-Misfits of Science), born in Santa Monica, California
1951 – Jack Vettriano, Methil Scotland, Scottish painter (The Singing Butler)
1951 – Stephen Root, American actor
1951 – Butch Davis, American football coach
1952 M Cyril Ramaphosa, sec-gen of South African Mine Workers’ Union
1952 – Roman Codreanu, Romania, wrestler (Olympic-1980)
1953 Dino Martin Jr, rocker
1953 – Jilly Johnson, England, vocalist (Blonde on Blonde)
1954 Mark Brandon Read, Australian criminal
1955 Bill McCreary, Ontario, NHL referee
1955 – Peter Cox, rocker (Go West-Call Me, Don’t Look Down)
1955 – Yolanda King, actress (Fluke, Ghosts of Mississippi)
1955 – Dennis Maruk, Canadian hockey player
1957 Debbie Thrower, BBC News Reader
1958 Allison Finney, Winnetka IL, LPGA golfer (1989 Standard Register)
1958 – Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Oak Park Ill, actress (Color of Money)
1959 William R Moses, actor (Cole-Falcon Crest), born in Los Angeles, California
1959 – Terry Fenwick, English footballer
1960 Jonathan Ross, British talk show host (Tall Guy)
1960 – RuPaul, drag queen/model/actor (RuPaul Show)
1960 – Kirk Fogg, host of Legends of the Hidden Temple
1961 Merete Van Kemp, Denmark, actress (Grace-Dallas, Princess Daisy)
1961 – Robert Stethem, U.S. Navy Seabee diver murdered by terrorists on TWA Flight 847 (d. 1985)
1962 Eric Olson, actress (Apple’s Way), born in Santa Monica, California
1962 – Dédé Fortin, Quebec singer (Les Colocs) (d. 2000)
1963 Marco T Dawson, Freising Germany, PGA golfer (1995 Greater Milw-2nd)
1963 – Pedro Luis Estrada, American murderer (FBI Most Wanted List), born in Brooklyn, New York
1964 Marina Tcherkasova, US, pairs figure skater (Olympic-silver-1980)
1964 – Michelle Knox-Zaloom, Annapolis MD, rower (Olympics-96)
1964 – Ralph Garman, American actor and radio personality
1965 Grant Connell, Regina Saskatchawan, tennis player (Olympics-96)
1965 – Paul Sorrento, Somerville MA, infielder (Seattle Mariners)
1965 – Raffaella Reggi, Italy, tennis star
1965 – Rob Koll, Bellefonte PA, 163 lbs/74 kg freestyle wrestler (Olymp-96)
1965 – Winthrop Graham, Jamaica, 4x400m runner (Olympic-silver-1988)
1965 – Amanda Brown, Australian musician (The Go-Betweens) and composer
1966 Jeff Buckley, musician and singer (“Hallelujah”), Anaheim California (d. 1997)
1966 – Daisy Fuentes, model/MTV veejay (America’s Funniest Videos)
1966 – Jeff Nelson, pitcher (NY Yankees), born in Baltimore, Maryland
1966 – Sophie Marceau, Paris France, actress (Braveheart, L’Amour Braque)
1966 – Kate Ceberano, Australian singer
1967 Howard Griffith, NFL running back (Denver Broncos-Super Bowl 32)
1967 – Ronnie Devoe, vocals (New Edition, Bell Div Devoe-Candy Girl), born in Boston, Massachusetts
1967 – Sheila Lussier, La Mesa California, actress (Reform School, My Chauffeur)
1968 Cacho Conde, WLAF tight end/running back (Barcelona Dragons)
1968 – Sean Miller, American basketball coach
1969 Takako Inque, Toride Japan, wrestler (Japan)
1969 – Ryotaro Okiayu, Japanese voice actor
1970 Chris Tamer, Dearborn, NHL defenseman (Pitts Penguins)
1970 – Max Huiberts, soccer player (Roda JC)
1970 – Paul Allender, British guitarist (Cradle of Filth)
1971 Audra Keller, Macon Georgia, tennis star (1993 Futures-Evansville IN)

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