List of celebrities and famous people who were born on July 10th
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
American-born child of prominent celebrities. The child is the fourth and first child of soccer star David Beckham's and Victoria Beckham's daughters.
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002001
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Japanese actress and model for singer dance (AKB48).
Japanese idol (Idoling!!!)
Austrian actress and model
Mexican actress and singer (Play).
Japanese actress and singer (AKB48).
Australian rugby player
South Korean actor and model
American leukemia patient in the health care reform debate (d.2007)
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American family, the son and grandson of actor Eddie Murphy. He was briefly connected with Paulette McNeely, the flight attendant, to whom he was related. The father of the baby attended the birth and supported the mother and baby; he set up trust funds and gave them an apartment.
American producer and actress
American actor, born Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. Caesarean, he weighed 8lb 4oz. His mother had Oliver, nine years old, and Kate, seven years old. His dad had Boston, six.
American Ice Hockey Player
American Ice Hockey Player
South Korean footballer
Peruvian model Miss World 2004
Miss World 2004
Australian rugby player
Australian rules footballer
Filipino basketball player
Ukrainian-American television host
Australian actor and director
American producer and guitarist (The Shaky Hands).
American actress, singer, fashion designer, and television personality who made her debut in 1999. Simpson has recorded many records, appeared in numerous commercials and movies, launched a range of beauty and hair products, and created handbags, shoes, and fragrances for women. She is a dedicated volunteer for philanthropic causes, including Operation Smile and a USO-hosted tour to troops stationed overseas. …
American car-racer. He was the fourth member of a championship-racing dynasty that included Richard (1937-1999), Lee (1914-192000), and Kyle (1960-1960). Kyle won eight races and took over the management of the family business from his father, preparing Adam to carry on their legacy. Adam, who had raced in the Busch series from 1998 to 1999, showed great potential and had …
South Korean actress
South Korean actress
Mexican singer and songwriter
Video game reviewer, better known as the Angry Video Game Nerd
Mexican singer-songwriter and keyboard player ElfonAa/Stream of Passion
American producer and actor
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Norwegian Hardingfele player
American musician (Brand New).
American teenager who gave birth and then discarded the baby in a garbage bag. Brian Peterson, Jr., her boyfriend, was born on June 10, 1978, Long Island, NY. Both were 18-years old and came from good families. They had a caring, affluent background. They kept their pregnancy secret when Amy became pregnant. They drove to Newark, Delaware, where Amy went …
Australian-Indonesian drug smuggler
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Brand New, Taking Back Sunday).
Somali militant leader (d. 2014)
French footballer currently playing in the Championnat de France amateur for Monts d'Or Azergues Foot as an attacking midfielder. He could also play as a winger. He represented France at international level and won 17 caps in a five year period. He was also a member of the 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup winning squad.
American celebrity family, Gregg Allman's son from their two-year marriage to Cher.
American musician (Deadsy)
Australian coach and footballer
Miss italy 1991, Italian beauty queen
American race car driver
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Reality TV show host in America
English race car driver
Miss Florida USA (1996)
Muscatine, Iowa -- Miss America - Iowa (1996)
American family of distinction, third child of Patrick Nugent and Luci Johnson. She is the granddaughter former president Lyndon B. Johnson.
American screenwriter and producer of actresses
WLAF CB (London Monarchs).
American professional skateboarder, motivational speaker, and published author of the autobiographical books Doug Brown: Beyond the Board and Looking Glass Self. His professional skating career started at the 2002 Gravity Games. He was then offered a paid sponsorship, such as an advertisement for deodorant. Brown founded the Skate Straight Program. He speaks at schools, libraries, and detention centers.
German-Swiss singer-songwriter, pianist, and producer (Lacrimosa).
English screenwriter and producer of actor
Colombian-American producer and actress
Ohio, USA; actor/musician (Guys Next Door).
Toronto, Ontario -- NHL defenseman (Colorado Avalanche, Team Canada)
Barbadian coach and footballer
NFL defensive back (Arizona Cardinals)
UK pop singer and dancer (Take It)
Swedish actress and singer
Actor and comedian from Australia
American singer (Rascal Flatts)
Swedish actress and singer
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
German operatic tenor.
Las Vegas, Nevada -- Outfielder (Minn Twins)
FIlipina broadcast journalist
French footballer who was a Calais midfielder and was a finalist at the Coupe de France 2000.
Algeria -- 1500m (1992 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
English journalist and author
Latin American singer/songwriter
Brazilian drag queen performer
Presenter and actor for Japanese models
South Korean-American lawyer and educator
American monster truck driver
New Zealand-English actress
American professional wrestler (Born 1966).
Austrian mountaineer and skier
NFL cornerback (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Actor and comedian from the Philippines
Greek royalty, the daughter of King Constantine II (age 26) and Queen Anne-Marie (age 18) of Greece; heir to the throne.
Denmark and Greece
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
American professional golfer
Sacramento, California -- PGA golfer (1995 Las Vegas-3rd)
Belgian cyclist placed 15th in the Atlanta Olympics August 1996 cycling event.
American football coach
Canadian tennis player and coach
French professional road bike racer. He rode professionally between 1985 and 1997. He was sixth in 1986's Tour de France, and seventh in 1988.
Welsh motorcycle racer
NFL punter (Minn Vikings)
American athlete, center.
Hong Kong actor and singer
NFL reciever (SF 49ers)
American author and theorist
American voice actor
NFL reciever (SF 49ers)
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American singer-songwriter/drummer (The Runaways), (d. 2006).
American cinematographer and director
American banjo player and songwriter (Sparrow Quartet New Grass Revival Strength In Numbers and Trio!)
American father who lost his son in Iraq on April 4, 2004, and who led a protest against the war.
Actor and singer from the Philippines
Popular Swiss astrologer, known for her weekly radio show on Swiss Radio as
American politician and lawyer
American editor of "Cosmic Communication", a Mensa-SIG astrology-SIG. His legal name was changed in February 1985.
English politician and educator
New Orleans, Louisiana -- 4X400m relayer (1976 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
Curto, an American middleweight boxer who began training at the age of 7, and retired in 1996 after 61 victories and 26 knockouts. Curto then turned his attention to screenwriting and acting, landing mainly small roles but hoping for distribution of "Out on My Feet." Robert DeNiro, who played CurtoaEUR(tm), was the executive producer of the 1997 movie. Curto was …
English singer-songwriter and keyboard player (Pet Shop Boys, Electronic).
American real estate developer. She bought her first home at 21 years old and continued to purchase properties in her area until she established the largest South Boston real estate company in 2000.
American baseball player
American football coach and player
Italian journalist, writer, and editor. After receiving a degree from Milan's University in letters, Serra started writing and was made a PCI member. He worked as a reporter for a daily newspaper that covered news, politics, and entertainment. He was director of "Cuore," the satirical supplement to "L'Unita", and a member of the editorial team of Cooperativa Smemoranda. He is …
Florida, USA; outfielder. (Montreal Expos and Chicago Cubs, 1987 National League MVP Player).
American actress who appeared in TV and films in the aEUR70s to aEUR80s and in the aEUR90s. She played in comedy, drama, science fiction and crime shows. She appeared as Tara in the soap TV series "All My Children" in 1977-1979 and in 1985 and as Camille in the soap "Another World" in 1981-aEUR~84,1986,1989 and in 1995-aEUR(tm)96, as well as …
Canadian producer and guitarist (Triumph, Strung-Out Troubadours).
American professional wrestler.
American composer and guitarist (d.2011)
French heiress, author of Bible commentaries, and works on Jewish-Christian relationships. Meyers, who was the only child and French law heiress Liliane Bettencourt's only daughter, was raised in strict Catholic homes. She married the Jewish grandson a murdered Auschwitz rabbi. Meyers converted to Judaism and raised her children Jewish after she married. Due to her grandfather's trial in collaboration with …
Admiral and officer in the French Navy. He dedicated a large part of his life to the design and construction of the aircraft carrier Charles De Gaulle. He eventually commanded her. He is the Chief of Defence Staff in France, the highest rank in the military.
Toronto, Ontario -- Rock vocalist (Triumph)
Canadian guitarist and singer Max Webster
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
German-born artist and graphic designer, he paints Buddhist Thangkas.
US R&B-singer (Dramatics-Me & Mrs Jones)
President of Greece Greek politician and lawyer.
Lawyer and politician for the British Ministry of State for Agriculture, English colonel
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Rocker (Dio Holy Diver, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath).
American singer-songwriter and producer McFadden &Whitehead (d. 2004).
Canadian actor and director (d.2012)
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Greg Kihn Band).
Polish mountaineer and author
Indian cricketer and sportscaster
New Jersey, USA, actor (SWAT Barnaby Jones).
North Carolina, United States -- Rock guitarist / vocalist (Fotomaker, Raspberries)
American painter (d.2013)
Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster
She was a French swimmer who won a silver medal at 1964 Olympics (100m backstroke), and the gold medal at 1966 Eropean championships on the same distance.
American Astrologer, First Generation Dutch. Peter's parents immigrated from The Netherlands to the United States after WWII.
American actor, singer, songwriter and humanitarian. Guthrie is a folk singer, storyteller, humorist, and entertainer at various folk festivals across the country. He had already recorded 17 albums by 1994.
American actress and model, since age 13. At 14 she was "Lolita" in her first movie role. She then starred in "The Night of the Iguana" (1972) and "Evil Knievel ( 1972). Lyon's career began to wane and she moved from one job to the next, using drugs.
Canadian comedian and member of "The Royal Canadian Air Farce", a radio comedy troupe. Since at least 1973, the troupe has had a radio program and a weekly TV broadcast that is watched by more than a million people.
Iowa, USA; actress (Lolita and Evel Knievel).
He was a French astrophysician and member of the Paris Astrophysics Institute. In 1991, he founded "La Nuit des Etoiles (Shooting stars Night), which is held each August in France. He is known for his anti-astrology views. In 2005, he published "astrologie" with Philippe Zarka (Collection: "Que sais??"). ").
Anarchist publisher and writer from Scotland. He was arrested at 18 years old while carrying explosives to assassinate General Franco, the Spanish dictator. Later, he was allegedly a member the Angry Brigade. However, he was acquitted from related charges. He founded the Cienfuegos Press, ChristieBooks, and the online "Anarchist Film Channel" in 2008. These sites host over 850 documentaries and …
French filmmaker, screenwriter and producer. He is the son of Alain PoirA(c), (producer). Well-known for having directed "Twist again, Moscow" (1986), "Les Visiteurs", (The Visitors) 1993, and "Just Visiting" 2001.
English tennis player and sportscaster
American manager and player
French film director
Commentator for British football (football).
American astrologer, who joined AFA September 1975.
England, United Kingdom -- Tennis star (Wimbledon 1977)
Peronist politician from Argentina, member the Justicialist Party. From January 2002 to March 2003, he was Minister of Foreign Affairs. He was previously Vice-President for Argentina between 1995 and 1999 with Carlos Menem. Also, he served as his Interior Minister during the first administration. After the restoration of democracy, he was twice elected to National Assembly.
English racing motorcyclist
English archaeologist, academic
Sri Lankan-Canadian actor, screenwriter and producer
American tennis player (Born 1943).
A Labour Prime Minister from Scotland, who was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987.
Tacoma Washington -- Rock guitarist (Moby grape)
American tennis champion, first black American to win a major tennis tournament in the United States, the National Men's Singles, in 1968. In 1975, he was the Wimbledon champion. After a foot operation in February 1977, he was unable to compete and returned to the competition in 1978 to win $260,000 in prize money.
Astrologer from America, one of the founders Astrolabe.
American heavy metal vocalist (Born 1942)
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Belarusian astronaut and general pilot
French politician and leader of the Trotskyist movement. He is a member the Ligue communiste rA (c)volutionnaire, which is the French section the reunified Fourth International. He was a member until March 2006 of the LCR's Political Bureau. Then he resigned. From 1999 to 2004, he was a member the European Parliament.
New York, USA. Actor (Joe Getraer-CHiPs).
Poland -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz 13-18B, 30, 30)
American editor and anthologist
Canadian film producer (d.2012)
Author and critic of American anthologists (d. 2016).
England, United Kingdom -- Rocker ("You Turn Me On")
American actor and director
American actresses and sopranos
English composer and pianist (National Youth Jazz Orchestra).
California, USA; actor.
Indian-English politician and economist Baron Desai
South African Minister for Energy (1989-)
American actress, whose career in film and television spanned from 1959 to 1967. She is the daughter actress Anne Shirley and actor John Payne.
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American-Canadian journalist. Reporter for the Toronto Sun News.
American singer (The Staple Singers).
Filipino film actor. His film debut was in 1963 with "Jose Nazareno Ang Taxi Driver." He was often cast in a role of a villain and was famously called the "Penetration Kings" of erotic Philippine cinema. He was Jose Ejercito's younger brother (Joseph Estrada), former Philippine President. After a eight-month battle against bone cancer, Estregan, age 49, died at the …
Manager and footballer from Ireland-English (d. 2012).
Turkish political scientist, journalist and educator (d.1999)
Kentucky, United States -- Actor ("Man From Atlantis", Hellstrom Chronicle).
Turkish journalist, politician, and educator (d.1999)
Portuguese singer and actor.
A French architect who was a specialist in airports such as Charles de Gaulle or Orly in France, and in Manila, Jakarta and China, among others.
American composer and trumpet player (d. 1972).
New York, USA. Judaean coin expert and author of The Handbook of Biblical Numismatics.
French businessman and Chairman of Institut MA(c),rieux
Pennsylvania, USA. Singer ("Sing Along With Mitch", Mr President).
American politician and farmer (d. 2014).
Estonian politician and journalist
Genentech was founded by an American businessman.
(Rep-D-Connecticut, 1982- )
American actress and dancer (d.2011)
New Zealand rugby player and businessman (d.2012)
He was an Italian film critic and writer. He died from cancer on September 22, 1977.
American voice actor and puppeteer (d. 2012).
German television producer and entertainer. Biolek is a doctoral candidate in law and an honorary professor at Academy of Media Arts Cologne.
American mezzo-soprano, known for her performance of modern classical vocal pieces. DeGaetani, 56, died in Rochester, New York on 15 September 1989 from leukemia.
Broadway composer (Hello Dolly).
Decathlete and pole vaulter from Taiwan (d. 2007).
After serving in Korea, a French officer in the army was involved in the plot to assassinate President Charles de Gaulle in Clamart, France, 22 August 1962.
Taiwan -- Decathlete (1960 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
American actress and dancer on TV, film and stage. She was a part of several Broadway shows including "Kismet", Me and Juliet, and "Pajama Game". She was married to actor Steve McQueen in 1956.
Italian racing driver
Professor Sir John 'Jack' Calman is a Scottish accountant and professor of accounting. He was also formerly Chairman of the Board of Directors and Governor of Bank of Scotland.
Italian race car driver
Canadian short-story writer. She was awarded the Man Booker International Prize in 2009 for her work. She was awarded the Governor General Award for Fiction three times. Munro's stories are influenced by Eudora WorldyaEUR(tm), and reflect the complexity of relationships and life. She was awarded the Nobel prize in literature on October 10, 2013.
American screenwriter and actor (d. 1968).
Pennsylvania, USA; actor (Johnny Yuma-The Rebel) (died 1968).
Harness racer (toothpick-in-mouth, 1969 money leader).
United States -- Sci-fi author (Golden Torc, Magnificat)
American composer and songwriter
American test-pilot and chief pilot for Grumman Corp. for several years. He was also the cause of five fatalities in crashes that occurred before 1978. He claimed that the planes "talked" to him because he was intuitive in his work. He also refused to fly when the planets were in difficult aspect. He was a decorated veteran who completed 330 …
Actor Canadian-English (d. 2004).
French psychiatrist, who was head of the Esquirol Hospital as well as Director of Studies at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. He studied philosophy at Aix-en-Provence, Paris and medicine. He died in August 2004.
St Germain en Laye EXecutives
English soprano and actress
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Kitchener, Ontario -- Canadian Tour golfer (1966 Quebec Open)
He was an Italian actor who appeared in 28 roles on TV and film between 1960 and 2013. His career has been filled with television mini-series.
American screenwriter and author (d. 2015).
Scottish politician and lawyer
French painter, lithographer and engraver. He was also a muralist, book illustrator, and engraver. His still-lifes, landscapes, and dark portraits displayed a strong linear style. Buffet was first exposed in 1944. He held numerous one-man shows that earned him an international reputation.
De Tomaso was founded by De Tomaso, an Argentinian-Italian businessman and race car driver.
American-Israeli scholar and rabbi (d. 2010).
British soccer player, who was a tactical and scientific analyst of the game during the 1950s. Later, he managed Leeds United and England.
Russian mathematician, academic
American politician and soldier 106th Mayor of New York City
Canadian film actor (d.2003)
Virginia, USA; actor ).
(1st black mayor-D-NYC 1990-93)
American actor, stage and film. He started his career in nightclubs and was able to sing, dance, and perform magic acts. Carpenter was a gangly, song and dance man from MGM musicals in the 50's. He is most well-known for his comic-musical duet "Abba Daabba Honeymoon" with Debbie Reynolds in "Two Weeks with Love," 1950. This film became a hit …
American comedian and actor (born 1926). Most well-known as Herman Munster on the TV series The Munsters.
Vermont, USA; actor.
New York, USA. Actor (Car 54 Where are You?, The Munsters).
Canadian television personality. He is a host of Canadian TV's film reviews and an interviewer for some of Hollywood's most prominent stars. He hosted "Saturday Night at the Movies", "Magic Shadows" and other programs in the 1980s.
From 1981 to 2003, Mahathir was the Prime Minister of Malaysia. This makes him Malaysia's longest-serving Prime Minister. His political career spanned nearly 40 years.
Austria -- Giant Slalom (1956 Olympics-Bronze Medalist)
American basketball coach and player (d. 2016).
American professional wrestler (Born in 1924)
German journalist, Jungian psychologist and occultist (tarot and numerology), as well as a graphologist and writer. He was a proponent of an esoteric and psychologically orientated astrology. His books include "Psychologische Astrologie," (3 vol., 1984), "Karma in der Astrologie," "Astrologie und Tarot," "Die Familie im Horoskop," "Das A$?gyptische Tarot," "Die klassische Astrologie," "Die Magie der Zahlen" and "Das Horoskop in …
Canadian-American actress, best known for her role as "Othello" in Orson Welles. She was Peter Ustinov's onetime wife. She died in Montreal from liver cancer on December 2, 2003.
At the age of 70, raised the US flag at Iwo Jima.
American television producer and author
American author (d. 2003)
Indian academic and author (d. 1987).
Indian (Marathi), writer (d. 1987).
American playwright and author (d. 2003).
Writer actor / film festival director (Le Scandale)
Jamaica -- 4x400m relay runner (1952 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Italian writer who writes mainly about Venice and its history. He was the director of Venice's international film festivals and the cultural director for Italian radio-television.
American activist (d.2009)
Montceau les Mines Musician
New York; champion middleweight boxer (1949-51) (Raging Bull).
Rose Kennedy, a social activist from America and a well-known family member, is Rose Kennedy's daughter. In 1953, she married Robert Shriver, Jr. and had five children. Maria, her daughter, became a television anchor and married Arnold Schwarzenegger.
American actor and boxer
Smiley was a American illustrator.
Actor (Hoedown 9 Girls) dies from a heart attack at 66
American Military, Major General. He was a prominent opponent to policies of former President Jimmy Carter. He was forced to resign after 35 years of military service. He was a government appointee and was involved in public confrontations against Jimmy Carter as well as in the Iran-Contra debates during the Reagan administration.
Italian politician and lawyer.
American scientist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics on 10/26/1959 with Dr. Emilio Segre for discovering the antiproton. Chamberlain was involved in the Manhattan Project in antiproton Physics during World War II. His pioneering work as a physicist changed the course of history.
American TV news correspondent, best known for being Chet Huntley's partner on the award-winning NBC-TV series "Huntley Brinkley Report" (1956-1970). The show was actually a failure because the men had to learn to pace themselves and to use TV technology so that background pillars seemed to be sprouting from Huntley's head. The show was gaining popularity by the end of …
French television journalist and radio station, specializing on foreign policy.
American homicide victim, who was 10 years old when she was abducted in San Diego on 2/11/1931 while walking to school. Her body was discovered by a shepherd and his border dog on 3/9/1931 at Fort Kearney military reserve 15 miles north of San Diego. Virginia was likely to have fought with the killer because her fingers were full of …
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American military, Lieutenant general.
American baseball player. He was a right-handed outfielder for the Cincinnati Reds from 1943 through 1946.
English actor and singer (d.2009)
American athlete. He was a professional basketball coach for the Pittsburgh Ironmen. His NBA debut came on November 2, 1946.
St. Louis, Missouri -- Singer (Polka Time)
American race driver and engineer (d. 1998)
American Astrologer, who joined AFA in September 1960 and was active until his death in 1979.
Author and journalist of Australian English (d. 2015).
German professional research astrologer and author, a certified member of aEUR~Deutscher Astrologenverband/DAV in 1962. He advocates traditional astrology and is particularly interested in rectifications (via E. C. Kuehr), as well as primary directions.
French tennis player who won French National Championship in 1939. 1946.
American baseball player and Scout (d. 2000).
Waconia (Minnesota) -- Scientist / TV host.
France sport Champion
English cartoonist (Andy Capp)
English cartoonist (d. 1998)
Canadian journalist (d. 1972)
Canadian comic book artist and co-creator with Superman (b. 1914)
Indonesian film director
Borisovo, Bulgaria -- Opera soprano (Nedda-Pagliacci)
Spanish playwright and poet (d. 1985).
Premier of Indonesia
Fontenay sous Bois physician
Famous birthdays on July 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
English businessman and lieutenant (d. 1981).
American singer and guitarist (d. 41).
Italian actor who appeared in over fifty films between 1940 and 1974.
Bourg en Bresse Politician
French journalist and editor. In 1926, he founded "Le Courrier de Provence", a daily newspaper. Serge Bromberger is his brother.
Chambon sur Lignon physician
Spanish poet. Most closely associated with Generation of '27.
NYC, New York -- Actor. (Force of Evil Key Largo Kim, Sellout).
American journalist and author (d.2002)
German SS Officer (Born 1905)
At 89, Errol Flynn's wife (Bridge of San Luis Rey), is killed.
American teacher of physical education, well-known family; mother of Ed Steinbrecher; grandmother to stephen Connors; bro, sis, & sis in-law were Astrologers. Eye color: brown. Right-handed. Married once. Had four children.
French tennis player, who was active in the late 1920s and 1930s. She won the singles title in August 1936 at the Eastern Grass Court Championships, Rye, USA. She won the US Indoor Championships singles, doubles, and mixed doubles titles in January 1937. She was 63 years old when she died at Lake Placid in New York on 5/12/70.
German jurist and Nazi party leader (Born in 1903)
United States -- Sci fi author (Day of the Triffids).
English soldier and author (d. 1969).
French prelate who was Bishop of Langres between 1964 and 1975.
Cuban journalist, poet, writer, and political activist. He is most well-known as Cuba's national poet.
German playwright, novelist and philosopher. He was also a German physician. He died 26 March 1969.
Cuban journalist and poet (d. 1989).
German Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry (d. 1958).
American navy officer who saw significant action during World War II. His most significant achievement was the capture of the German sub U-505 on June 4, 1944. He was also a key player in the "Revolt of Admirals" aEUR, the dispute between Navy and Air Force about whether U.S. Armed Forces should be focusing on strategic bombers or aircraft carriers. …
Actress in English musical film and theatre, who was active at the London light opera stage.
English singer/actress (Bitter Sweet Merry Widow).
Russian monk and mystic (d.79)