List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 3rd
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
American child born to noted parents. Her mother is Melanie Brown, former Spice Girl. Brown claimed that Eddie Murphy was the father of the child, but he refuted the claim. On 22 June 2007, a DNA test confirmed that he was his father.
Australian medical figure
Kelly Preston, a Kelly Travolta-born daughter, is a well-known American family. Travolta was there for the 9-pound birth. daughter. Jett, her older brother, was eight when she was born.
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American celebrity, second son of Julio Iglesias, singer, and Miranda Rijnsburger, his lover; 7 lbs 2oz. His father was there at his birth. Rodrigo is blessed with an older brother, Michael Alexander (born 1997), and three half-siblings inherited from his father's marriage.
American celebrity family. The daughter of Michael Jackson's wife Debbie Rowe and their second child, Michael Jackson. Her father, Michael Jackson, died June 25, 2009.
Japanese tennis player
Charleston Mass Shooting suspect
French musician, cellist.
Iranian royalty was born in America as the daughter of exile Prince Reza Pahlavi's wife Yasmine. Her natural birth was attended by her father, who cut the cord. English for "Noor" is "light".
American tennis player
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Sri Lankan cricket player
Slovenian motorcycle racer
Australian rules footballer
American football player
American soccer player
American baseball player
Korean singer (SS501)
American homicide victim. She was five years old when her father, Polly Seguin, shot and killed her mother in an act of madness. Amy and Daniel, her brothers, were also missing. Her mother's body was discovered in the Sudbury river close to their home. Their bodies were discovered in Franklin pond on 6/02/1992. Their throats were then cut.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
South Korean actor and singer (SS501).
American actress. Bynes was a Nickelodeon star in the late 1990s and early2000s with the Nickelodeon series All That, and The Amanda Show. She starred in the WB sitcom "What I Like About You" from 2002 to 2006. Bynes also starred in many films, including She's the Man (2006) and What a Girl Wants (2006). She was also a star …
British singer-songwriter. After winning the third series in 2006 of The X Factor, she was first recognized. Spirit was her debut album and sold more than eight million copies around the world. Lewis, who has been vegetarian since she was 12 years old, won PETA's Sexiest Vegetarian Award in 2008 and Europe's Sexiest Vegetarian Award in 2009.
Finnish race car driver
Canadian ice hockey player
Japanese actress and model
Australian Olympic swimmer
American basketball player
American trumpet player (Suburban Legends).
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
French professional footballer, (soccer player), who plays for Paris Saint-Germain F.C. as a central defender.
Australian coach and footballer
Miss Wyoming Teen-USA (1997).
French composer, singer, and songwriter. He signed a contract on the internet with the label My Major Company, this website gives the opportunity to the subscribers to become producers.
German-American tennis player
South African rugby player
Miss Belgium 1995, Miss Universe 1996. Later she became a singer and TV presenter.
American actor and rapper (d. 2015).
Miss Universe - Belgium (1996)
French professional tennis player. He won the Davis Cup for France 2001 (defeating Leyton Hwitt). He was ranked 17.
NBA center (Los Angeles Clippers).
Nigerian-American basketball player
American Ice Hockey Player
NBA center (Boston Celtics).
American basketball player: guard
French dancer and 'danseur A (c)toile' star of the Paris Opera Ballet.
American guitarist and songwriter (Switchfoot, All Together Separate).
Actor and model from Wales
French fencer who won silver in the team sword event at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
French tennis player who reached the top 20 singles rankings in July 1997. She became the sixth Frenchwoman, after Mary Pierce, Nathalie Tauziat and AmA(c)lie Mauresmo, to reach the top 10 singles rankings on 7 February 2000. France was the first country to have four women in the Singles Top 10 simultaneously (Mary Pierce at Number). 5, Nathalie Tauziat, No. …
France's tennis star (1993 Strasbourg).
French race car driver
Massachusetts, USA; rower (Olympics-1996).
Latvian manager and footballer
Skier (1994 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Dominican Republic; infielder, Florida Marlins
Linebacker for the Canadian Football League (Calgary Stampeders).
WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals).
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Canadian wrestler and trainer
New Zealand; beach volleyball player (Olympics-1996).
Ontario, Canada; golfer (1992 Trafalgar rookie of the Year).
French actress who married Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy in Rome on September 25, 2003, at 17.49 MEDT. The bride was six months pregnant with their child who was born on December 28, 2003, a daughter named Vittoria.
Australian coach and footballer
NFL running back (New York Giants).
English illustrator and author
British actress (Born 1968).
Wyoming, USA; infielder (Montreal Expos).
in Germany; tennis star.
Japanese baseball player
NBA forward / center (Boston Celtics)
Romanian screenwriter and director
Canadian ice hockey player
Saskatchewan, Canada; NHL center (Dallas Stars).
Japanese seiyu (voice actress)
Japanese voice actress
South Asian pop singer (d. 2000)
British politician and Leader of the UK Independence Party since 2010. He also held this position from September 2006 to Nov 2009. He has been a Member of European Parliament for South East England since 1999. He also co-chairs Eurosceptic Europe of Freedom and Democracy. UKIP wants Britain to leave EU.
Brazilian singer and actor known for his romantic style and albums like LupicAnio or Noel
English rugby player and coach
Danish manager and cyclist
An English politician and banker
American worker-related death. This construction worker died after falling in an interior stairwell of a Waltham, MA dormitory that was only partially finished by Brandeis University. He had joined the construction company in January.
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Savatage), (d. 1993).
Japanese guitarist and songwriter (The Black Mages).
Baseball pitcher (Seattle Mariners).
An American ex-teacher became a City Councilor in 1995. He was also a candidate for Suffolk County District Attorney. Homan is remembered for his generosity, devotion to his constituents and neighborhood, strong friendships, and delightful sense of humor. A tumor had blocked his bile drain and was removed a week later. After the successful surgery, however, he experienced a blood …
American football coach
American punk rock singer, founding member of Social Distortion in 1980. Ness is the group's songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist.
American manager and player
French fencer, who was the Epee champion (team), on 7/24/1996 in Atlanta.
American "I Hate Mondays" murderer
Canadian guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Shark is a member of the Boomerang Gang. He first made an appearance in London Scene on 4/01/1984. The group consisted of Mike Ansell (bass) and Mickey Sparrow (drums).
Rocker (Red rockers)
Saskatchawan, Canada; 72k judoka (Olympics-1996).
Italian serial killer who killed his parents and seven others. He was captured and killed himself in February 1988. Cedric Kah, director, made a movie about Succo's story.
American homicide: She killed a principal and custodian, and left eight children and a cop with serious injuries on 1/29/1979.
American actor. He signed with Saturday Night Live in 1997 at the age of 19. Murphy was ranked No.78 on Empire's list of "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" in October 1997. He was paid $17 million for his role in Doctor Dolittle over the next years.
Randazzo Cuoma, an Italian team epee fencer, won a Gold Medal at the Atlanta Olympics 7/23/1996. His team won a Gold Medal at the Australian Olympics 9/19/2000 over France. They defeated France 39 to 38 in close competition with Alfredo Rota and Maurizio Randazzo, his team mates.
Italian model, who won numerous beauty contests and did some professional modeling. However, she is most well-known for her 1987 marriage with Gianni Rivera, a former soccer player. Rivera was elected to the Italian Parliament in 1992 and became an affiliate of the Christian Democratic Party.
Dutch producer and guitarist (Ayreon One Ambeon, Guilt Machine), singer-songwriter and guitarist.
American child of Dorothy Malone and Jacques Bergerac, noted actors. When she was young, her parents divorced on December 8, 1964.
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
New York, USA; actor (Niles Crane - Fraiser).
American actor. He won three Emmys and six American Comedy Awards in recognition of his role as Niles Crane on the hit sitcom.
American photographer (d. 1981).
New York, USA. Actor (Joshua- Knots Landing Beetlejuice).
Italian television executive who resigned in September 2001.
NBA forward (Houston Rockets).
Spanish/Italian actor and musician, born in Panama as the child of Lucia BosA", an Italian actress (real name Lucia Borloni), and Luis Miguel DominguAn, a bullfighter (real name Luis Miguel GonzA!lez Lucas).
American comedian and host of a game show (d. 1996).
French conductor, pianist and music teacher.
American bass player and singer
Russian Lieutenant Colonel / Cosmonaut
Indiana, USA; guitarist (Mi? 1/2 tley Crne - "Girls Girls").
Indian politician and physician
der Lubbe; Dutch singer of rock (Stampei, "The Dike")
American producer and singer-songwriter
The 56th Yokozuna, Japanese sumo wrestling champion
The 56th Yokozuna Japanese Sumo Wrestler
American greeting-card designer, illustrator and author
American lawyer and politician
Indian politician and doctor
Michigan, USA; bassist (Grand Funk Railroad-"Some Kind of Wonderful")
American singer-songwriter and pianist
British educator and academician
Leader of the English trade unions
Sri Lankan economist and cricketer
American television host and author
California, USA; singer ("Highway 101 – "Cry Cry Cry")
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
An English singer, guitarist, and founder member of Fairport Conn, the British folk-rock group. In 1970, he left the group to pursue a solo career. In 1972, he released his first solo album. He released six albums with Linda Peters, whom he had married in 1972. He and Linda Peters divorced in 1982. In 1985, he married Nancy Covey. Thompson …
Pennsylvania, USA; actress (Compromising Positions).
Dutch singer (BZN – "Rhythm of My Heart")
American unemployed auto mechanic opened fire with a gun and killed Mark Benton on 7/03/1992 at 00.15 AM. Benton was also shot at by others trying to save him. Bettle didn't know Benton but he just snapped at the time.
French football investor and chairman, Clermont Foot Auvergne, 63 President, is also the President of Clermontois football club Clermont Foot Auvergne. PHA Claude Michy Manager was also created and is the president. He organises many sporting events including the French motorcycle Grand Prix.
English academic and philosopher
NFL defense lineman, Oakland Raiders, dies from cancer at the age of 43.
Canadian screenwriter and author
French historian who died in Paris, 9 March 2004,
Mexican politician and economist, affiliated to the Institutional Revolutionary Party. He was President of Mexico from 1988 to 1993. He began his career in the Budget Secretariat, eventually becoming Secretary. He was elected as the PRI presidential candidate for 1988 and was inaugurated on 6 July 1988.
de Hoop Scheffer; Dutch Member to Parliament (CDA).
England, United Kingdom -- Equestrian 3-day event (1972 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
President of Mexico
New York, USA; pianist (International Busoni winner 1969).
Tomlinson, Headmaster (Hereford Cathedral School).
Dutch diplomat and academic politician 11th Secretary General of NATO
Mexican politician and economist 53rd President
American screenwriter and actor
Swedish composer (d.2013)
Minnesota, USA. Comedy writer (The Naked Gun and Airplane! ).
American reporter for a metropolitan newspaper covering local news coverage.
German doctor, who specializes in Naturopathy and Homoeopathy. He is based in Frankfurt, Germany. He studied philosophy, psychology, medicine and medicine in Germany, Austria and Vienna.
English bass player (Procol Harum the Mirage and Spencer Davis Group). (d. 1992).
English snooker player, sportscaster
Polish politician and lawyer 5th Prime Minister of Poland
French garden designer and director of the International Conservatory for Gardening and Landscaping (France), where also organizes the prestigious Chaumont garden festival.
France -- Actress (Libertine. Hotel. Circle of Love).
Deetman, Dutch minister of education/Member to Parliament (CDA).
American journalist and author
American TV executive, 2nd kid. As of 1980, Vice-President and General manager of HBO's eastern region division in New York. Married once and had one child.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Quebec ice hockey player
Rock pianist/vocalist (The Band Up on Cripple Creek).
French-born New Caledonian Archbishop. Since his appointment on June 19, 1981, he has been the Archbishop for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese in NoumA(c).a. He was also the Titular bishop for the Diocese of Nigrae Maiores.
British-Canadian animator and director who co-founded Canadian animation studio Nelvana back in 1971. The 1983 feature film "Rock and Rule" was the first feature film made by the firm. He has animated for directors such as Tim Burton, George Lucas, and Steven Spielberg. Smith retired from the stuido in 2000 after Nelvana was purchased.
rock guitarist (Fortunes).
New York, USA. Singer (Tony Orlando & Dawn - "Tie A Yellow Ribbon".
Australian academic and biologist
American singer Tony Orlando and Dawn
American minor musician and record producer. He has some credits, but not a great breakthrough. He was a heavy smoker who also drank regularly. After quitting, he lost approximately 50 pounds.
Canadian rock singer/pianist (The Band) commits suicide at 40 years old (born 1943).
Bath, England -- Writer / actor (Greedy, Bar Mitzvah Boy)
English actress and singer
American entertainer and main performer on the Las Vegas Strip. For almost 40 years, Newton has been a Las Vegas icon singing his beloved songs to his loyal fans. He was performing in 'Vegas from the age of 16. Newton made it to the top of the pop music charts at 21 with his sugary hit "Danke Schoen." As he …
Four times, an American actress was nominated as Best Actress for the Oscars.
American skier and three-time U.S. Olympic champion, Elliott was inducted into Fort Lewis College Athletic Hall of Fame. Elliott was the Olympic MenaEURtm Skiing/Cross Country Champion in 1968 and 1972. He also participated in the 4x10-Kilometer relay in 1968 with Robert Gray, John Bower, and in1972 together with Timothy Caldwell and Michael Gallagher.
French journalist and writer who was awarded the 1977 'Prix Albert-Londres (Albert Londres Prize), which is the highest French journalism award.
Missouri, USA; actress (Blume in Love, Cinderella Liberty).
Virginia, USA; singer ("Danke Schi? 1/2 n").
Country singer "Down in the Boondocks".
American oil, mineral, and business psychic with a large client base. Warmoth's accomplishments have been covered in newspapers and magazines, from the National Enquirer through Newsweek. He serves as an advisor to the wealthy and powerful, as well as ordinary people who require his assistance or want to improve their psychic abilities.
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2015).
Polish actor (Born 1942).
Actor (Victor Newman, Young and the Restless Colossus).
American musician (d. 1984)
Finnish baritone who regularly performs with the major opera companies around the world. He also has experience in opera administration. Hynninen has more than 100 titles on his discography. He has also recorded Finnish opera, as well as works from the international repertoire, including lieder collections and religious music.
American singer-songwriter Jan and Dean (d. 2004).
Indian politician and leader of Shiv Sena, a Marathi nationalist political organization. He is a member the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, elected from Goregaon, Mumbai. He served as minister in Manohar Joshi's ministry from 1996 to 2014.
California, USA; rock singer (Jan and Dean – "Deadman's Curve")
American BASE Jumper and Cinematographer (d.1984)
American student astrologer.
American socialite, well-known author and family member.
American singer (The Spinners), (d. 1984).
Dutch singer and musician. He was the son of Jacques van Tol, a cabaret artist. His father's collaboration during World War II led to him changing his name. Hansse was a trumpet player with Tom Manders and was a member of the rock band The Sharks along with Clous van Melchelen. In the 1970s, he had a modestly prosperous career …
Philippines; director (Macho dancer, Jaguar).
Burman; CEO (Association of British Chambers of Commerce).
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American Astrologer, highly skilled writer and mystic. Her book "Heaven and Earth", published July 1994, was printed internationally in November 1994. She said that the book was "brought to her by Higher Self faculties in 38 day when Mercury was trine Neptune." The book was a masterpiece of clarity and wisdom. Not one word needed to be altered after it …
French film score composer (d. 75)
USSR -- Ice hockey player (1964-68, 72 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
British Member of Parliament.
San Diego sports champions
American producer and singer-songwriter
New York, USA. Rock writer ("Tell Laura I love Her").
Michigan, USA; soul singer (Spinners, Parliament, Ghetto Child).
Swiss professional astrologer. In 1981, he founded the school and astrology group Schweizer Astroforum. He is also the author of numerous books and articles.
American mystic and active figure in the New Age movement. His books include "The Spiritual Path Guidebook - Reinventing Yourself". He is handsome, has long blonde hair and has been married to Tara since 1972. They have two children together, plus two from a previous relationship.
Leeds, England -- Actor (Champions).
High court judge in Britain.
American bandleader and organist (d. 2008).
American jazz bassist (Bill Evans Trio) (Born 1936)
American flute player and saxophonist (d. 1987).
CEO (Price Waterhouse Europe).
British primatologist, ethnologist, anthropologist and UN Messenger of Peace. Goodall is the world's leading expert on chimpanzees. She is most well-known for her 45-year study on social and familial interactions among wild chimpanzees at Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania. Jane Goodall Institute was founded by her and she has been a tireless advocate for animal welfare and conservation.
English contractor / multi-millionaire
tackle (Baltimore Colts).
American politician and Republican California representative to Washington D.C. He was a former fighter pilot in the USAF from 1953 to 1958. Before entering politics, he hosted a talk show on TV before becoming a spokesman for Congressman.
French film critic and director, who was killed in TrA(c]gunc on the 14th of September 2007.
American film director for the U.S. Information Agency's international motion picture service in 2/1962. He produced newsreels and documentaries to support America's foreign policies and was awarded for his quality and vitality. He was the son of George Stevens, an accomplished film director. He began his career with his father in 1951. He earned his B.A. in 1953. degree. He …
British lord justice
French handball player and javelin thrower. "Track & Field News" ranked him as the best javelin thrower worldwide in 1961. He passed away on 27 October 2002.
He is a French actor who has voiced French for Terence Hill, Michael Caine and George Peppard (as Hannibal Smith on "The A-Team") as well as Larry Hagman (as J.R. (in "Dallas")).
American screenwriter and author (d.2015)
New York, USA; actor (Jack - WEB, Michael - Airwolf).
France sport Champion
German politician and chancellor for Germany with 16 years of experience. Kohl, also known as "King Kohl", was at his peak in 1990. He is considered to be the father of German unification and is often referred to as such. Kohl was the most powerful European stateman after the fall of Berlin Wall. He boldly moved East Germany to the …
American politician, Governor of Florida. His heart attack caused him to die on 12/12/1998 in his Tallahassee home. His body was found next to an exercise bike. Dem gained fame and the nickname "Walkin' Lawton" after he covered Florida's entire length on foot in his first campaign for the U.S. Senate. In 1988, he retired from Congress and less than …
British writer and occultist, he is considered to be one of the most respected authorities on ritual magic and Qabalistic symbolism. More than 20 books have been written by him on topics like Rosicrucianism and Tarot. He is the author of "Magic and the Western Mind", originally published in England under the title "A History of White Magic."
Journalist (Tables of Id of Organic Compounds).
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Japanese-American actress, who won an Oscar for best supporting actress in 1958 for her role as Sayonara. She was also a part of the TV series "Courtship of Eddie's Father" in 1970.
Director (Courtauld Institute Galleries).
American television and radio hosts
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2003).
American basketball coach and player (d. 2015).
American actor (Born 1928).
English television personality and chef (d. 1999).
Canadian priest founded Dans la Rue
Italy sport Champion
American engineer and general (d. 2012).
TIME magazine once called him one of the top six criminal attorneys in America. Richard "Racehorse" is his nickname, which he got in high school playing palying football.
American astronaut. He was one of seven Americans chosen to represent the United States. He also made the first two space travels. He was tragically killed in a fire aboard a spacecraft that had been grounded during a Project Apollo flight simulation.
Actor Rob Roy, Absolution and Blood Hunt, dies at 71
American astronaut (d. 1967).
American baseball coach and player
Indiana, USA. Lieutenant Colonel US Air Force/astronaut. (Mercury 4, Gemini 3). (Dies 1967).
French executive and engineer. He graduated from Polytechnique and was named Engineer of Mines (1949), Technical director (1955) and Assistant-General Director (588) of the French petrol institute. He was the Director of Fuel Products at the Ministry of Industry in 1964. He was Vice-president of Renault factories 1965. He was also the Cabinet director of Olivier Guichard 1969. He was …
British Labour politician, who served as a Member of Parliament (MP), for 47 years from 1950 to 2001. He was also a Cabinet minister under Harold Wilson in the 1960s and 70s. Benn was a prolific diarist. Eight volumes of his diaries were published. Also, collections of his speeches and writings have been published. Benn, 88, died on March 14, …
Italian politician, President of Senate
American actor of note. His charisma on and off screen made him a social and artistic force. His passion for acting and his emotional truth were evident during his peak years, 1947-1954. Some say that this changed the way we view acting forever.
Ohio, USA; actress (PillowTalk).
American singer, actress and activist for animal rights
French Catholic priest and essayist. He is also known as the "AbbA(c] de Nantes", who founded the League of the Catholic Counter-Reformation. He was suspended from his duties by authorities of the Catholic Catholic Church but he continued to minister in his parish.
British voice actor and actor (Born in 1924)
New York, USA. Actress (First Monday of October, High School Confidential).
American poet and academic (d.2013)
English large landowner/financier/Member of Parliament (Conservative).
American singer and actress; known worldwide as the world's favorite virgin, on-screen since 1948. Her films were light romance, good humor, and light romance.
Italian film critic, director, and scenarist. He is best known for his tragic melodramas and was instrumental in the development Italian Neo-Realism.
France sport Champion
Ukrainian hurdler (d. 1996)
Turkish-Jewish singer/songwriter (d. 1968).
American actress who made her film debut in 1948 with "Johnny Belinda". She has over 26 films under her belt and was nominated to the Oscars for her work on "The High and Mighty."
New York; actor (Ted Hoffman-Ben Casey).
American actor (Born in 1921)
Turkish actor and guitarist (d. 1968).
American Ukrainian-born auto worker, alleged Nazi
Waterbury, Connecticut -- Pianist (Melody Tour).
The 43rd Yokozuna, a Japanese sumo wrestler (Born 1920).
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
The French painter and founder of the Paris School, was held in prison for five years by the Germans in Ukraine and Poland. His first exhibition was held in a prisoner of war camp. Later, he moved from Surrealism into Lyrical Abstraction.
American Astrologer, Author of the Reports
French-Canadian singer and actress (d. 2008).
French talent manager, agent for stars like Nana Mouskouri and Charles Aznavour.
American composer and songwriter (d. 2015).
Canadian composer, conductor, and administrator (d.2000)
American actress (d. 2014.)
Peuvian Musician and composer, educator.
(Sauter-Finegan Band, Saturday Night Revue).
Catalan composer (d. 1991).
Charleston museum Curator.
Sacramento, California -- Columnist (SF Chronicle)
French Nazi collaborator. He was one of two Frenchmen who were convicted for war crimes against humanity. The other was Maurice Papan.
Turkish academic and physician (d. 2010).
From 1967 to 1971, Dutch politician and Prime Minister of the Netherlands
Turkish academic and physician (d. 2010).
American Astrologer, who started studying in 1932. He was a teacher at Los Angeles' Church of Light in 1939.
Canadian ice hockey player (d.2008)
Indian Field Marshall (Born 1914).
England, United Kingdom -- Doubles tennis player. (Wimb 1935).
Clermont-Ferrand Military man
Norwegian politician, 18th Prime Minister of Norway (d.2005)
Vice-CEO (Tate & Lyle)
Dutch publisher (Free Netherlands).
Greek politician, doctor and athlete (d. 1963).
Boerma Dutch Director-General (FAO).
Greek politician and physician (d. 1963).
New Zealand-born English novelist (Born 1912)
American boxer. Miller was one the greatest featherweight boxers in the 1930s. Miller died on May 8, 1962.
Polish Olympic athlete (d. 1980).
Australian public servant (d. 90)
Famous birthdays on April 3rd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American actor and stuntman (d.1999)
American actor (d. 1999).
Polish/English historian (Stalin/Trotsky biography).
Emeritus Professor in English (Bedford College).
United States Army Officer (d. 65)
American general (d. 1965)
Tulsa (Oklahoma) -- Actor (Black Gold and Ernest Goes to Camp).
Nantea Military man
American industrial designer (d. 1976)
Orchestra leader (Break the Bank).
French film critic and journalist. His books include Cinema De France (1948), Louis Jouvet 1887-1951 (1966) and 50 Ans De Cinema Avec Rene Clair (1979).
American actress and dancer (Born in 1904)
Hitler's German Chief Intelligence Officer and the first Chief Intell in postwar West Germany, 1955-1968.
Paris, France -- Actor (Congress Dances).
French actor and singer of Romanian descent who died 13 August 1959.
Canadian politician and lawyer 1st Lieutenant Governor Newfoundland (d.58)
Lebanese politician and lawyer 7th President of Lebanon (d.87)