List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 10th
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102012
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002003
American celebrity, Kelley Johnson is the daughter of Don Johnson and Kelley. Grace, two years old, was their previous daughter.
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Dutch cyclist (d. 2014)
Lithuanian figure skater
Spanish motorcycle racer
Star Trek NG: Son of Gates McFaden
Singer and actress from the Philippines
American family known for their son and third children, Dick Ebersol and Susan St. James. The plane crashed shortly after takeoff from Montrose, CO airport on November 28th 2004. The boy was killed in the crash. The accident was not fatal for his father or Charlie, but it did save him. Edward's body wasn't found until one day after the …
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
South African cricketer
Gambian-born English footballer
American basketball player
American model Miss Kansas 2009.
Model and porn actress from Germany
American bounty hunter
American football player, Nigerian-born
English volleyball player
Irish actor and singer (Celtic Thunder).
American producer and actor
Luxemburg road bike racer, grand-son Gustav Schleck, cyclist, and third child of Johny professional cyclist racer. Frank, his brother is also well-known. He was the 2010 Tour de France winner and was retroactively awarded in 2012, after Contador was reduced due to doping. Famous climber, he also won "LiA"ge-Bastogne-LiA"ge" in 2009.
British pornographic actress
Estonian tennis player
Swedish ice hockey player
Australian rugby player
Greek football player
Canadian singer-songwriter and dancer
Estonian basketball player
English football player
English football player
Belgian martial artist
French singer, impersonator, French imitator. Laurent Ruquier launched his career.
American football player
Actor (Interns Pillow Talk, FBI Story), OODs at 36
Canadian singer (Marianas Trench)
American figure skater.
French-Malian comedian and actor. He grew up in Trappes (western suburb of Paris) with Jamel Debbouze, Omar Sy, and Omar Sy, who attended the same acting school a few years ago.
Brazilian ballerina and journalist
Swedish royalty, the youngest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and his wife Queen Silvia.
Iranian-Swedish singer-songwriter and actress
Filipino race car driver
Swiss horse rider
Brazilian ballet dancer
Norwegian Esperantist, teacher
Swedish royals, Duchess of Halsingland & Gastrikland
Model and actress from Australia
Filipino basketball player
South African cricketer
Prince Hashim bin Hussein of Jordan
English race car driver
American singer-songwriter guitarist and actress
Hawaiian singer and musician.
American singer and actress
Puerto Rican drag queen performer
Italian bodybuilder (d. 2013)
American football player
Singaporean table tennis player
Russian ice hockey player (d.2013)
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Russian coach and ice dancer
Georgian-born Greek basketball star
Greek football player
U.S. and Lebanese Humanitarian and Comedian
American football player
American soccer player
Born in Dakar, Senegal. He founded his own dance company in Los Angeles. Most well-known for his choreography in Black Swan.
Japanese actress and singer
Polish singer and guitarist (Behemoth).
Canadian rapper and actor
Adam Darski Polish singer/songwriter and guitarist (Behemoth).
Italian academic and pathologist
American football coach and player
Coach and footballer from the Netherlands
American baseball player
Iranian martial artist
Miss USA-Vermont (1997)
Canadian politician and journalist 22nd Canadian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Prince of Prussia
Danish football player
Finnish ski jumper
American reality TV star (The Amazing Race).
Australian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Masonia).
French cyclist in road racing whose career was ended after he exposed doping at the Tour de France.
French jazz, classical pianist and composer.
American screenwriter and producer of director films
American rapper (Bone Thugs-n-Harmony)
American baseball player
CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
NFL defensive back (Oakland Raiders).
American rapper (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony)
Safety (New York Giants).
California, USA; actor (Jason-Little House on the Prairie).
Macedonian politician, Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia
St. John, New Brunswick -- Canadian Tour golfer (1992 SC Intercol)
American film producer and director
NFL safety (Miami Dolphins).
NFL safety (Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks)
NFL wide receiver (Cin Bengals)
American politician, elected Governor of Louisiana on October 20, 2007.
American producer and singer (Morbid Angel Alas Have Eternal and Ripping Corpe).
American singer-songwriter (K-Ci & JoJo, and Jodeci).
Radio host and TV personality from Australia
NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)
WLAF defensive end (Frankfurt Galaxy).
American woman who strangled her three-year-old boy to death in Carver, MA on March 8, 2005. Her sister told her that she received a message from Satan that led her to murder the boy.
French football player
Television host (Entertainment Tonight).
La Jolla, California -- Rower (1996 Olympics - 4th Place)
American singer-songwriter and guitarist ("Soul Coughing")
Safety of the WLAF (Scottish Claymores).
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Italian beauty, who was crowned Miss Italy 1984.
NFL defensive tackle (Indianapolis Colts).
Australian rugby player
Norwegian football player
American TV journalist
English television host and meteorologist
WLAF cornerback (Frankfurt Galaxy).
American rapper (Fila Fresh Crew).
American skeleton racer
NFL Guard / Tact (Houston Oilers / Tennessee Oilers).
Actress (Marty One Life to Live, Strictly Business).
American football coach and player
Rocker (Fat Boys Jail House Rock)
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Lush and sing-Sing).
Prince Hubertus of Hohenzollern
American actor, he began his career as a child actor, best known for the role of Little Shamus in "Big Shamus, Little Shamus". His starring role as Mischief, a 1985 film for teens, is perhaps his most well-known. He also starred with Kelly Preston.
USA; actor (Big Shamus Little Shamus, Centennial).
Manager and English footballer
English actress and model
German producer and actress
Filipino-American guitarist/songwriter (Pixies, The Martinis).
Actor in The Crow-City of Angels
Switzerland -- Tennis star
German academic and computer scientist
Director and actor from Switzerland
American producer and songwriter (The Smashing Pumpkins Zwan starchildren and The Jimmy Chamberlin complex).
German TV personality.
Elmhurst, Illinois -- Nike golfer (1992 Fresno Open-2nd)
New Zealand-Australian comedian, screenwriter and actor
He is a French actor who has appeared on screen and stage with some of France's most notable actors, such as Gerard Depardieu (Cyrano de Bergerac) (1990) or Catherine Deneuve (Indochine) (1992). His 1996 film, "The Crow: City of Angels", made him famous among American audiences.
American actor and model
American politician and lawyer 26th Governor of Oklahoma
American producer and actress
Viking -- NHL centre (Chicago Blackhawks).
French-born Swiss actor and director
Brazilian poet and writer (d. 1982).
Hong Kong singer-songwriter/guitarist (Beyond). (d. 1993).
NHL player (New York Islanders).
ShinzA Abe's Japanese wife is the 57th Spouse of Japan's Prime Minister
Brazilian poet and author (d.82)
Hong Kong actor and guitarist (Beyond), (d. 1993).
American singer-songwriter and bass player (Pixies The Breeders & The Amps).
American singer/guitarist (The Breeders, The Kelley Deal 6600)
Indian politician and actor
English reggae vocalist
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Marcello Lippi, the Italian coach of Juventus' soccer team, was replaced by him on 2/8/1999. He was appointed manager of Chelsea on June 1, 2009. His official duties began a month later.
French actor, screenwriter, singer.
American politician and New York State's Attorney general. In 2002, Time Magazine named Spitzer "Crusader-of-the Year". He made a name for his honesty as a prosecutor of wrongdoers in the financial sector. After it was revealed that Spitzer had been a prostitute, he resigned as Governor's Office.
New York, USA. Actor (White Shadow Master).
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
American producer and actor
Japanese game designer and producer
American homicide victim. Jerry, her son, shot her to death after quarreling on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 pm.
Metz, a French laborer and manual worker, was the author of "Journal daEUR (tm)un Manoeuvre", 1990. His poetry was also published. He recounted his experiences in a psychiatric facility in 1996 in "LaEUR(tm]homme qui Penche". His works were not published in English.
Duke of Mecklenburg, head of the House of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
Lithuanian President, first European head-of-state who was impeached by the Parliament on April 6, 2004, after he had been elected.
American producer and director of actor
German politician and theologian German Federal Minister for Education and Research
Tennessee, USA; actor ("Seduction, Boys In Company C, Fury")
American screenwriter and producer of actor actors
Edwards, an American politician and lawyer, declared his candidacy to be President on September 16, 2003. The centrist Southerner promised to use "new ideas, old values: work and responsibility, fair treatment for all, and no one will be left behind." If elected president, he pledged to build "strong defense" and "a strong economy". He announced on September 7, 2003 that …
English academic and painter
Producer and director from Ireland
Canadian politician and journalist
American author (d. 2010)
German DR, pentathlete (1972 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
American football player and sportscaster
Italian homicide. A serial killer confessed to 17 killings. He was arrested in April 1998 after he shot two women on a train in Liguria. He was likely to have killed himself, but he had no bullets after the shootout.
Auckland, New Zealand -- Equestrian 3 Day Event (1996 Olympics).
French diplomat who was France's Ambassador to Egypt (2008)-2012, Senegal (2013), and Gambia (2014)
Dominican Major League Baseball pitcher
Dominican-American baseball player
American explorer and passionate cave explorer. She was the first to discover the underground world in 1969. She earned a degree from college in theatre arts, and was a backstage set designer. She earned her master's degree in the mid-70s and taught for nine years at a private school. After she finished her teaching career, she started a mail-order business …
American pro-basketball player, athlete for many teams between 1972-1980.
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
IrishaEUR "Italian actor and voice actor, theatre director, and playwright.
Ugandan-born Archbishop in York
Actor (Swiss Family Robinson Babes in Toyland, Swiss Family Robinson)
American professional athlete. She was a basketball player and played for The Pink Panthers, a women's basketball team. She qualified for the Olympics in 1968, but was forced to withdraw due to injury.
German-American immigrant, who arrived in the United States in 1979. After working unsuccessfully as a travel agent, he became a correspondent for Der Spiegel. He also served as the program secretary for San Francisco Press Club. His acquaintances noted him as a congenital liar.
French Catholic priest, who served as Bishop of Agen in France from 2005 to 2007.
French politician and member of the Senate of France. He represents the Seine-et-Marne region. Nicole Bricq is a member the Socialist Party.
English air marshal
Canadian businessman lawyer and jury
French military officer appointed Director-General EU Military Staff March 2004
Mount Vernon, New York -- Baseball player.
Mexican actor (Born 1946).
French business leader and director of Editis, a French publishing group and subsidiary of Spanish company Planeta, is Editis' director. It is France's second largest publishing company after Hachette Livre.
French boulanger, artisan baker and entrepreneur. His dedication to making quality bread has earned him international renown.
French judge at the International Criminal Court.
Indiana, USA; actor (Ron-Barney Miller, New Odd Couple).
Israeli poet, well-known for her innovative, idiosyncratic poetry but also her eccentric personality, daring behavior, and quirky personality.
English lute player (The Consort of Musicke).
Polish-Israeli weightlifter (d. 1972).
English journalist and author
New York, USA; media commentator (Firing Line, Nightline).
American teacher and photographer. First child. Since 1978, he has been a teacher at Nazareth College in Rochester NY. He works in both black and white.
Actress and singer in Vietnamese-French
Irish television presenter and host of Irish gameshows
Lord Hamilton, Scottish judge and lawyer
American singer (Shirelles)
American actor and drummer (The First Edition).
Driver of a race car in Australia
Actor (Das Boot)
Passaic, New Jersey -- Singer (Shirelles-Soldier Boy)
Leicester, England -- Wife (Adrian Khashoogi).
Dutch rock vocalist (Cuby & Blizzards)
New Jersey, USA; singer (Shirelles - "Soldier Boy").
English drummer (Spontaneous music Ensemble) (d. 1994).
U.S.-born New Zealand meteorologist (d. 2007).
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
English horse trainer
French theatre actor.
He was an American baseball player and a catcher. His major league debut was with the Cincinnati Reds in June 27, 1961. Before he retired as a Houston Astros player on October 2, 1974, he played for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Norwegian-American artist and newscaster. She is a blue-eyed, flaxen-haired daughter of a wealthy grocer. She moved to New York at 18 by herself and became a Rockefellers kitchen maid. She fell in love with Steven, the second son of the family. They were married in a lavish, social wedding in Sogne, Norway on 8/22/1959.
Actress and singer belgian-polish (d. 2011).
Italian film actress, well-known in Italy and the U.S., where she starred in a film in James Bond series.
Hungarian shot putter (d. 1994)
New York, USA; theater director (Daily Life).
A student in 1999, German Astrologer.
American pro-astrologer, founder of the Online School of Astrology, and former President of The Gulf Coast NCGR Chapter.
English race car driver
It was an iconic Italian fashion designer, whose bold styles made him a global sensation in the "disco" years. His clothes were a transition into the "new wave" period of late 1970s/early 80s, with bold prints and vivid colors.
Japanese illustrator and author (d. 2015).
He was an Austrian politician, lawyer, and he helped to bring Austria into the European Union.
Baron Pendry English politician
English judge and lawyer
High court judge in Britain
German ballet dancer and director, who studied at the Leningrad Choreography Institute and the Dresden Palucca School. He was the ballet director for the East Berlin German State Opera, of which he became a member in 1974.
Massachusetts, USA; attorney (Sam Shepard Case).
An American lawyer is considered to be the greatest defense attorney of all time. He is a Perry Mason. He is a well-known lawyer who has represented many notable clients, including Dr. Sam Sheppard, the Boston Strangler, and Patty Hearst.
Bulgarian Prime Minister
American actor, very handsome. He was typecast in roles in adventure-action TV series, "Boots and Saddles", 1957-58" and “Adventures in Paradise”, 1959-62. McKay was tired of fame and success. He left Hollywood to work as a crew member for yachts in the Caribbean. He also lived in the Egyptian desert with Camel Corps. McKay climbed Venezuela's 3,200ft Angel Falls, and …
French essayist and historian, elected to AcadA(c),mie franASSaise as its Director on 2 March 1995.
(Sen-D-Louisiana, 1972- )
New York, USA. Actor (Pleasure Seekers Boots and Saddles).
French mathematician, academic
Producer and producer of Croatian-American actors.
German diplomat and politician from the Christian Democratic Union. He served as Member of the German Parliament, the Bundestag (1969aEUR"1990),Minister of State at the German Chancellery (1982aEUR"1984),President of the Bundestag (1984aEUR"1988), German Ambassador to Austria (1991aEUR"1995) and German Ambassador to the Holy See(1995aEUR"1997).
Brazilian musician, guitarist, singer, and composer. He was the main inspiration for the bossa Nova musical style. American success was due to his 1962 Carnegie Hall performance. Two years later, the Getz/Gilberto LP he co-wrote with Stan Getz became a Top 40 hit and won him six Grammy Awards. Gilberto's guitar rhythm is exceptional and unique.
Pine Bluff, North Carolina -- PGA golfer (1958 Vancouver)
British diplomat and academic from England
Chinese politician, 8th Mayor of Beijing (d.2013)
Czech-American writer and holocaust survivor
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
German comedian, actor and entertainer, well-known.
Chicago Military man
An Australian politician who is known for being a strong-minded pol. On 11/30/1963, he won the New England seat and entered Federal politics. He resigned as cabinet member on 9/27/1979 after being accused of misappropriating funds from his family's company. This was later cleared by the 8/14/1980, and he was reinstated as deputy leader of the National Country Party. He …
American biologist, author, and academic
American astronaut and pilot of Gemini 4, when Edward White made a spacewalk lasting two minutes. He docked the Lunar Module with Earth's atmosphere for the first time on Apollo 9, 3/03/1969 with Walter Scott and Richard Schwickart.
Illinois, USA. Brigadier General US Air Force/astronaut
Russian folk singer. She was born in Moscow and joined the Pyatnitsky Choir as a singer in 1947. She began performing solo in 1960. Ekaterina Furtseva was her friend and she is reputedly Leonid Brezhnev's favourite singer. She was a favourite of Kim Il-song as well as his son Kim Jong Il. The Kims invited her to Pyongyang six more …
American television executive. He was Vice President and General Manager for Modern Satellite Network in 1982.
Translator and ethnologist in French
American illustrator and author (d. 2012).
New York, USA. Author/illustrator "Where The Wild Things Are".
American jazz musician. He is a trumpet and cornet player. He was among the youngest members in the "revivalist school", playing with the Dixieland Rhythm Kings 1948-1950.
American actor. He is best known for his roles in "Road House", "Tremors" and "Emmet." He was a minor character, usually playing the role of a "bum", or "old codger/geezer".
Hungarian-born footballer (d. 2002)
American basketball coach and player (d. 2013).
Chinese politician, 29th Vice Premier of China Republic of China (d.2013)
Major General/director (Overseas Relationships)
French Catholic prelate, second Bishop of Saint-Denis (1976 - his death 8 January 1996).
Hungarian football coach and manager (d.2002)
American academic and astrophysicist
German ex-field hockey player, who participated in the 1952 Summer Olympics and the 1956 Summer Olympics as well as the 1960 Summer Olympics.
American actress, who was a charming leading lady in the 1940s, mostly in musicals. Her films include "The Dolly Sisters", 1945, "Look for the Silver Lining," 1949, and "The Girl Next Door," 1952.
Screenwriter and film director for English actors (d. 2010).
Dutch journalist (Outlawed and Free as a Bird).
Norwegian publisher. He was the general manager of "Den norske Bokklubben", a book sales club. His tenure saw the club membership (including its subsidiaries) reach approximately. It was the largest publisher in the country, with 600,000. ver Tenfjord.
Italian conductor (d. 2013)
French highest-ranking government employee. He was a civil servant from 1954 to 1971. He was Assistant General Director of ORTF (1971-74), General Secretary of TDF (1975-81) and President of Giratev (1976-1979). May was the Administrator of Agence France Presse since 1984.
Author and academic of the American soldier (d. 2015).
A long-running legal battle was won by the Dutch state against a Dutch journalist, autobiographer, and publisher.
Canadian ice hockey player (d.2013)
Actor (Impossible Years and Soul of Nigger Charlie).
American novelist, historian, columnist and jazz critic.
French screenwriter and film director, Raymond Borderie is the son of Raymond Borderie (Children of Paradise 1945).
German mathematician, computer scientist, and academic (d.2015)
French lawyer, who passed her Bar exam in 1947.
Czechoslovakian-British entrepreneur and CEO of Berlitz International, a conglomerate corporation that includes a publishing house. Maxwell can speak many languages and assists in international businesses.
Italian swordsman, winner of the Fencing Gold Medal at the Melbourne Olympics in 1956 and Rome in 1960. He was also awarded the Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic.
French geographer who was awarded the LaurA(c).at Prix International de GA (c)ographie Vautrin Lud 2004. He died in Sceaux, France on 16 March 2008.
Canadian singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 1994).
Virginia, USA; TV narrator ("The Waltons")
American actress and singer, she was a star of "The Wizard of Oz", her first film at the age of 13.
American politician and civil servant. She began her career as an office secretary in Arizona and rose through the ranks to become Arizona's first female Secretary of State.
Belgium sport Champion
Arizona acting Governor.
USA; actress/singer ("Wizard of Oz")
Actor South African-Australian (d. 2014).
Greece -- Prince, Mr Elizabeth II / Duke of Edinburgh
French champion cyclist, winner in 1947 of the Tour de France. On October 6, 1980, he was killed in a car accident.
The Greek-British Consort of Queen Elizabeth II, a Greek-British consort who served in the British Navy during World War II. He is also a pilot-Captain general of the Royal Marines. He is an avid yachtsman, polo player and is well-known for his concern for wildlife conservation. Philip is well-known for his colorful and witty verbal gaffes. His volcanic temper and …
American poet, critic and playwright. He was also a professor at San Francisco State University. He was the recipient of Ford Foundation fellowships and Guggenheim Fellowships. He died 30 January 2009.
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Palestinian Negotiator and Community Leader (d. 2007).
Irish rugby player and doctor (d. 2006).
French actress and singer who made her debut in "Femmes de Paris," 1953, and was renowned for her passionate versions of Georges Brassens’ ballads.
British actor. British actor.
Italy sport Champion
Italian soccer/football player. He was a player with Genoa (1938-1951) and Ampelea (1937-1938). He was a part of the Italian senior team that played a friendly match against Germany 26 November 1939.
Italian-American economist and Nobel Prize laureate in Economics (d. 2003).
Rector (Exeter College Oxford).
American baseball player. Left-handed pitcher for the Cleveland Indians in 1944/45.
American bullfighter, and the only female bullfighter in the entire world at that time.
French criminal. Parisian gangster from the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. He was a member the Gang des Tractions Avant and also participated in Ben Barka's kidnapping and Colonel Antoine Argoud's murder.
Turkish author (d. 2013.)
British comedian (Percy Coronation Street).
French journalist and academic, as well as a Catholic activist and anti-fascist/anti-colonialist.
French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist
American writer. Bellow received the Pulitzer Prize for Literature in 1976, the Nobel Prize for Literature in Literature in 1976, and the National Medal of Arts for his literary contributions. Bellow is the only author to have won the National Book Award for Fiction a total of three times. In 1990, he was awarded the Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution …
Bronx, New York -- The Drummer (named after Comras Mall in Bronx Park).
Turkish playwright and poet (d. 1988).
Italy Military man
Dr / anthropologist
First employee of the US Social Security System, dies aged 73.
Federal civil servant and American social scientist. He was a key architect in the expansion and creation of the American welfare system and was involved with the creation of the New Deal as well as the Great Society programs.
Archdeacon Emeritus (Oxford)
Cohen is the first employee of Social Security System.
conductor (Cincinnati Symphony 1958).
French director of national television programs (1952-1959) & director of audiovisual resources (1961-1971).
Russian composer and pianist (d. 2007).
German-born Israeli biochemist, winner of the Israel Prize (d.93)
Canadian politician and lawyer 11th Premier of Quebec
Mourmelon Le Petit Military man
Bishop (St Edmundsbury & Ipswich).
American baseball player and right-handed pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds.
English screenwriter and playwright (d. 1977).
An Italian actress who appeared between 1935 and 1983 in 60 films.
Leominster (Massachusetts) -- Harpsichordist, Domenico Scarlatti
American blues guitarist, singer and harmonica player (d. 1976).
English composer and educator (d.71)
American baseball manager and player (d. 1958).
California, USA. Gardener and landscaper at Disneyland. He also trained and supervised landscape architects for all other Disney parks. In 1992, Disneyland was named a Disney Legend.
Famous birthdays on June 10th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
French freemason, Grand Master of Grand Orient de France. He was also a founder of Union progressiste, a small left-wing party. Between 1947 and 1958, he was a member of the Council of the French Union. He died in 1991, on the 5th of June.
CEO (National Art Collections Fund).
German chemist/bacteriologist (penicillin and Nobel 1945).
He is better known as CA(c),sar MirA3, and was a Peruvian author and composer. He wrote short stories, novels, plays, essays, and poetry.
American critic and painter (d. 1975).
Italian poet, journalist and writer. He died in Modena, 23 February 1963.
German illustrator, graphic artist, and book illustrator.
composer/partner of Learner.
French politician and professor at university. One child, once married.
Chinese poet and architect (d. 1955).
Italy Military man
German screenwriter, director, and actor. Between 1929 and 1978, he was in over 230 films and directed 21 films between 1936 to 1960.
US actor/animal trainer (Big Cage).
Composer dies at 66
German chemist and entrepreneur.
Dutch biologist (Terschelling)
Italian writer, literary critic, scholar and consultant to various Italian publishers. He died in Milan, July 27, 1965.
American composer, My Fair Lady, dies at 84 years old in Palm Springs, California. (Born in Vienna, Austria).
Scottish entrepreneur. He was a former civil engineer and became the director of several companies including Overseas Airways. British Oxygen. South Durham Steel & Iron.
French politician who died in ClermontFerrand (Puy-de-DA’me, France) on 14 May 1996.