List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 12th
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901998
Hungarian tennis player
Italian victim in unsolved homicide case. Anna Maria Franzoni, the mother, left Samuele in her bed while she took Davide to school. It was 1/1/2002. She left her home at 8:16 AM and returned to her home at 8:24 AM. She found Samuele suffering from pain after being hit in the head by a blunt instrument. Ada Satragni (a psychiatrist …
Philipino Martial Arts Champion
American infant homicide victim. Amy Grossberg and Brian Peterson Jr. were both 18-years old. They came from loving families, affluent backgrounds, and had a caring, caring family. They kept their pregnancy secret when Amy became pregnant. They drove to Delaware on the 11/12/1996 day after Amy went into labor. There, they gave birth to a baby boy. They checked into …
Ukrainian figure skater
American child of well-known parents. Father is Mike Barnicle, a journalist and media figure, and mother Anne Finucane, a noted bank executive.
Swedish ice hockey player
Australian singer-songwriter and dancer
He is a French swimmer who is specialized in freestyle and butterfly events. He was the Olympic champion in the 50-meter freestyle at London Olympics 2012. He is the younger brother to Laure Manaudou (an Olympic gold medalist) and his father is a Frenchman and his mother is a Dutchman.
Estonian basketball player
American illustrator and author
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Producer and director of Filipino cinema
Actor (Mikie-Baby Talk)
Actor (Mikie-Baby Talk)
American basketball player
Francois Mitterand's natural son, Francois Mitterand's French-respected family, was born at the age of 72. Following the revelations regarding Mazarine, his illegitimate son, here is a cold episode in the story of Francois Mitterand. A Swedish reporter, Christina Forsne, who held a post in Paris from 1980 to 1995, tells about her life with Mitterand in a book called aEUR~aEUR(tm)NaEUR(tm)aimez-vous …
English singer and actor
Canadian ice hockey player
American R&B singer, pianist and songwriter (B2K)
South Korean actor, singer/rapper of (2NE1)
Zimbabwean race car driver
Chinese tennis player
American figure skater
American baseball player
American actress, who starred in dramatic films like Brokeback Mountain and Havoc in 2005. She also appeared in The Devil Wears Prada (2006), starring Meryl Streep, and Becoming Jane (2007), starring as Jane Austen.
American homicide victim. He drowned 12/01/1987 at the age of five with his sister Aligail, eight years old, allegedly by LaPlante.
German pole vaulter
Canadian actor, director and writer. Gosling was twelve years old when he attended an audition in Montreal for the revival of Disney Channel's Mickey Mouse Club. He was offered a contract for two years as a mouseketeer, and he moved to Orlando, Florida. Because he was considered less talented than other children, he appeared very rarely on-screen. He still considers …
French football player playing for AC Ajaccio.
American porn actor
German-Turkish actress and journalist
American bass player (Taking Back Sunday Straylight run and Destry).
American professional wrestler (Born1980).
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American professional golfer
American professional wrestler
American basketball player and sportscaster
Australian umpire and footballer
South Korean rapper and singer of hip hop
Romanian-born German actress
Romanian-born German actress.
American model, actress, surfer, and professional wrestler
American civil rights activist, former instructor in Africana Studies. From 2014 to 2015, she was the president of the Spokane chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. She resigned after being accused of lying about her race. She currently chairs the Spokane police ombudsman committee. She was the leader of Coeur d'Alene's Human Rights Education Institute, …
Miss Maryland Teen USA (1996)
English mixed martial artist
South African footballer
Dunedin, New Zealand - 4x200m relay swimmer (1996 Olympics).
German guitarist and singer (Wir sind Helden).
Polish journalist and footballer
Dallas, Texas -- Rapper
Afula, Israel -- Model (Drakkar)
Calgary, Alberta -- NHL Center (Pittsburgh Penguins).
Miss USA-New Hampshire (1997)
Actress (Karen Foster - Step by Step).
Producer and actress from Australia
American winner of "Survivor", the third-run adventure TV series. Ethan was described as "Mr. Nice Guy" in comparison to Richard Hatch (the winner of the original show), who was called a snake.
Calgary, Alberta -- 78 kg judoka (1996 Olympics)
French rugby player playing as the center.
California, USA; actress (Cheryl-Wiz Kids).
Calgary, Alberta -- 95 kg judoka (1996 Olympics)
Chinese-American activist and lawyer
Russian computer programmer, astrologer, and mathematician. He uses a scientific approach in astrology to do statistical astrological research.
WNBA forward (LA Sparks).
American competition skater, who won her first national title in 1991 with a daring triple-axel. In 1992, she won a Bronze Medal at the Olympics.
New Zealand actor
Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist
American wrestler model and dancer
American professional wrestler
Mexican actor (d. 2014.)
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American author and political scientist
CFL slot back (BC Lions).
American missing person, 12 years old, disappeared while delivering newspapers in West Des Moines (IA) on 9/05/82. The reward offered was $125,000, but there was no trace of the boy of 5'7", 140 lbs.
North York, Ontario -- Badminton player (1996 Olympics)
English footballer and sportscaster
American kidnap victim
Dominican-American baseball player who broke records by hitting homeruns No.61 & No.62 in one game, 9/14/1998 to lead Chicago Cubs to an 11-10 win at Rigley Field.
San Gabriel, California -- Catcher (Houston Astros).
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
American professional wrestler
Dutch dolphin whisperer and therapist. The daughter of UN diplomats, she studied journalism in Boston and wrote for 10 years for journals and magazines. After being trained in family + system shaping, shiatsu, and reiki, she was also trained for sweatlodges, shamanic work and in accompanying people to swim alongside wild and free dolphins.
American wrestler and manager
American drummer (Big Big Train, Spock's Beard).
Irish accordion player (The Waterboys), fiddler
English-German singer-songwriter "My Dying Bride"
Welsh singer-songwriter/guitarist (Feeder & Raindancer).
New York, USA: rocker (Linear – "I Never Felt This Way")
Champion boxing heavyweight (defeated Holyfield-1994).
American athlete, defensive lineman.
American voice actor and producer
NFL tackle (Seattle Seahawks).
Czechoslovakia -- Tennis star
American bassist (Megadeth)
Taiwanese coach and player in baseball
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (brute. The Undertow Orchestra (d. 2009).
NFL defensive tackle/end (NY Jets).
NFL tackle (Oakland Raiders).
Long Beach, California -- LPGA Golfer (1994 Lady Keystone-9th).
American activist and journalist blogger
American actor and musician. Perhaps best known for his portrayal as Ted Buckland, a beaten-down lawyer on American comedy-drama Scrubs. Samuel sings well with The Blanks, an a cappella group.
American author and former political consultant. She became a prominent spokesperson for what was later called the third wave of feminist movements after the publication of The Beauty Myth in 1991, which became a bestselling book. She published The End of America in 2007, which became a bestseller.
Norwegian journalist and TV presenter
American homicide victim. Gregory, her estranged husband, killed her on 5/11/1993. He was an Army medic and had served in the Persian Gulf War. He was going to San Antonio, TX for grad school. He was in a relationship with Lisa Morales, 22 years old. He was given the ultimatum to either divorce Amy by May 31st or cease seeing …
American porn producer and director (d. 2006).
French double bass player and jazz composer. He played often at Marciac Jazz Festival with Guy Lafitte and Ray Brown.
Joliet, Illinois -- Catcher (Colorado Rockies)
Dutch soccer star (Ajax / Gir de Bordeaux / PSV)
Japanese actress and television host
French businessman and official, he was the president of Olympique de Marseille football club from spring 2002 to fall 2004. Then he became president of Easi Marketing which is a marketing firm that focuses on Toulouse Football Club.
Belgian talkshow host, quizmaster and musician. He is best known for his role as drummer in Belgian band De Kreuners. For 15 years, he was the quizmaster of Belgium's longest-running quiz-show "Blokken". In 2002 and 2005, he was named Belgium's Favorite Television Personality.
American singer-guitarist (The Fall and The Adult Net).
American poet and author
Canadian ice hockey coach and manager
Romanian gymnast, who won five Olympic gold medals in Montreal 1976. Comaneci was an early star because she had been training since she was a child. She became the first gymnast in history to achieve a perfect 10 in an Olympic gymnast competition at age 14. She was awarded six more perfect scores, three gold medals and two more bronze …
American baseball player. He was a former shortstop for the Minnesota Twins and Kansas City Royals. Gagne was signed originally by the Twins in 4/10/1982. He played there for 11 years. Gagne was a four-year player for Minnesota-affiliated minor baseball teams before he was signed.
Venezuela -- LPGA golfer (8 time Venezuelan Amateur Champ)
Romanian coach and gymnast
American film director
Finnish singer-songwriter (Hassisen kone Sielun Veljet, and Ismo Alko SA$.A$.tiAP).
Belgian singer and actress
Talk show host (Bertice).
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American singer and actress
French actor well-known for his role as "La VA(c),ritA(c), si je mens".
Ukrainian race walker
American TV chef of Italian descent
French retired judoka who is also an officer of Legion of Honour. She was the president of France Sport Association between 2001 and 2004. She is now the general director for the 2018 Ryder Cup.
The second wife of Nicolas Sarkozy (French president), until October 2007.
American storm chaser and engineer (d. 2013).
Madrid, Spain -- LPGA golfer (1994 Hawaiian Open)
American murderer (d. 2013)
Glendale, California -- WPVA volleyballer (US Open-1991, Olympics - 1996)
New Orleans, Louisiana -- Comedian (Up All Night).
Rock singer (Bay City Rollers - Saturday Night)
American actress (d. 2014.)
American academic and author
Scottish rock singer, guitarist, and member of the band "Bay City Rollers". McKeown joined the band in 1973 to replace Nobby Clark.
American actress and model Miss Louisiana USA 1975
French jazz-rock composer, pianist, and arranger.
Australia -- Tennis star
American football player (Born 1954).
Senegalese guitarist and singer-songwriter
German surrealist and esoteric painter, member of Church of Scientology.
American politician and former Hampden County Commissioner who allegedly stabbed Constance three times in a restaurant in mid-2002. Constance Kasparian, Kasparian's spouse, had filed for divorce, but she agreed to meet him for lunch. Other customers and staff intervened to stop him from exploding. His wife was released from the hospital.
From 1 September 2007 to 31 Aug 2009, French Inspector General of Air Force
French TV host and well-known in France. His star was damaged when he received a suspended sentence of four years for tax evasion.
French magistrate who has been serving as Attorney General at the Court of Appeal of Aix-en-Provence since January 2010.
US country music/Gospel singer
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Canadian ice hockey coach and player (d. 1992).
American composer and physicist
American soldier and politician
He is an Iranian politician, cleric and lawyer. Since 1999, he has been a member of The Assembly of Experts, a member of Expediency Council from 1991, a member of Supreme National Security Council (1989), and the head of the Center for Strategic Research ( 1992 to 1992).
Italian film director and well-known family, Dino Risi's son.
French journalist, reporter and editor.
Kingston, Jamaica -- Rock vocalist (Hot Chocolate)
American football player
Japanese voice actor
American executive, multi-millionaire, and heir apparent to Oral Roberts' evangelical empire. His second wife describes him as a royal living in Tulsa and Palm Springs, CA.
French filmmaker, comic strip writer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his films "Les BronzA (c)s", (1,2, and3), "The Hairdesser's Husband", Monsieur Hire", Ridicule, and "The Suicide Shop". (2012).
Barr Laboratories is an American generic drugmaker founded by Barr Laboratories. Barr was a former lawyer and has won the right to make cheaper brands. While he views himself as championing the consumer, critics point out that he is actually making millions for his company.
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Blue Ayster Cult).
American singer and guitarist (Blue Oyster Cult).
Rock guitarist / vocalist (Blue Oyster Cult)
American baseball player
Canadian-American singer, guitarist, and songwriter. He was first recognized by the band "Buffalo Springfield". He has also worked with "Crosby, Stills, Young & Young" as well as "Pearl Jam." He is known for writing lyrically stunning love songs that are set to hard-edged, rock music. He has recorded over 500 songs. He was in 1997 recording with Crazy Horse.
French politician. He was a member of UDF and was President of the RhA'ne-Alpes Regional Council. From 1995 to 1997, he was Minister of Defence in Alain JuppA (c)'s government. He also led the sensitive reform regarding the professionalization and reorganization of the armed forces. He was elected to the post in 1998 with the votes of Jean-Marie Le Pen's …
French concorde pilot. He was also a windsurfer and took 37 days to cross Atlantic in 1982. He was nicknamed the "Lindbergh of windsurfing" after his performance. He holds several speed records in airflight.
United States -- Sci-fi author (Nebula, Stolen Faces)
New York, USA; sportscaster (ABC Monday Night Baseball/Football).
American journalist and author
American television sportscaster
Dutch poet (War & Porridge).
American musician, performer and composer. Booker T. and the MGs was the well-known leader of the rock band. He is most famous for his instrumental "Green Onions," which he sold a million copies of in 1962 while a senior at high school.
NYC, New York -- Actor. (My Dinner with Andre. Princess Bride).
American guitarist and singer
Jamaican-English singer-songwriter (Hot Chocolate) (d. 2015)
Swedish race car driver (d. 2014)
Swedish rally driver
New York, USA; rocker ("Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini").
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Walker Brothers), (d.2011).
NYC, New York -- Rock singer (Walker Brothers).
Norwegian actress and model (d. 2008).
US singer (Persuasions -Under The Boardwalk).
American Person with AIDS; died before noon on 4/27/1984, San Francisco, CA.
American historian, author, and academic
American entrepreneur who established Winston Tire Co. in 1962. The company's headquarters was located in a renovated market in Burbank, CA. He advertises his product on television while looking young and casual. He says that he is uncomfortable doing commercials and only does them because they work. He is an avid hunter around the world and proudly displays his trophies …
American bishop Wuerl of Pittsburgh defends Catholic Church beliefs and principles, but denounces its secrecy in the wake of the sex abuse scandals that occurred in the 2000s. He also called for greater transparency and participation from laypeople. Wuerl faced the Vatican in 1993 when he refused to reinstate a priest Wuerl had dismissed after the priest was accused by …
German politician and judge
Dutch Premier Ruud Lubbers' Wife
Canadian politician and economist
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Czech / Austria Soprano (Vienna Opera), Dies at 54
Italian president of Soccer Club of Florentina.
Belgian Astrologer, Board Member of the Netherlands Astrological Group; he was elected Chairman in 1995 after Bob Dijkstra's passing. The library in his apartment is a treasure trove of books. Some are triple-stacked and occupy every corner. He lived outside of Amsterdam with his wife. He died from cancer in 2011.
US singer (Romantics-Our Day Will Come)
American singer Ruby & the Romantics
French actor, an honorary member of the ComA(c)die-FranASSaise.
English coach and footballer
German script writer and filmmaker. He studied history, theatre, and journalism in Berlin. In 1965, he received his PhD with a thesis entitled "Expressionism on Frankfurt Stages". He is a polygamous man who lives with six children and has several girlfriends in Mallorca.
Third President of Tanzania: Tanzanian journalist and politician
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Mississippi, USA. Rear Admiral US Navy/astronaut. (STS T-2 and T-4, 2, 8, 8).
American Vice Admiral; eighth administrator of NASA. He held this position from 7/01/1989 through 2/12/1992. Truly, he was the first astronaut who headed the space agency.
He was an Italian stage, TV, and film actor who began his career on stage. In 1960, he played his first major part, the title role in a poorly received television adaptation of Tom Jones. Between the 1970s to the 1980s, his career was more intense as he appeared in many successful TV-series or genre films. Colizzi's voice acting has …
Actress Patsy (Actress) dies from pulmonary hypertension at 52
American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 1991).
American judge, TV personality, and boxing referee
French journalist, radio and television presenter.
Chelsea, Massachusetts -- Actor (John Abbott-Young and the Restless).
US R&B singer (Flamingos-I Know Better)
Norwegian shipowner and businessman. He was the son philantropist Heddy Astrup, and Nils EbbessA.n Astrup. He was the president of the Norwegian Shipowner's Association from 1988 to 1989. He was a close friend to the Norwegian royal family, and was also godfather to Princess MA$??rtha Louise.
American ritual cult leader of 5' 2" inches, a psychopath with a group of drug-numbed supporters. Manson enchanted his gang with liberal sexuality and drugs while residing on a ranch in southern California. Manson spent 19 of his 32 first years in prison. Manson was a resident of the Height-Ashbury neighborhood in San Francisco, California, in the late 1960s. By …
Jamaica, New York -- Actresses (Edge of Night).
Ohio, USA; criminal (Tate Labianco).
Irish writer and educator (d. 2006).
New York, USA. Actress (As the World Turns Edge of Night).
American electrical engineer, CEO of Analog Devices (an electronics component company). Strata started a "total Quality Management" to expand into Japan and import a new product line. With earnings falling and sales in the single digits, Strata is now able to make a profit. His career took him to merchandising and marketing, as well as management.
Sixth President of Iraqi Politicians
Dutch bicyclist (8x European Champion at Derny-drive)
American physician, noted family member, and the son of Ernest Hemingway's second wife, Pauline. Gregory was a physician who lost his license because of alcoholism.
(Rep-R-California, 1975- )
Netherlands sport Champion
American producer and singer (d. 2014).
U.S. Army journalist and officer (Born 1930).
American Marine, American military who was posthumously awarded Medal of Honor after sacrificing his own life to save the life of a wounded comrade during Second Battle of Seoul. He died 26 September 1950.
Dutch children's book author (Towers of February).
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
American actress and Princely consort from Monaco (d. 1982).
German fantasy and children's author. His epic fantasy novel The Neverending Story is his most famous work. Other notable works include Momo, Jim Button, and Luke the Engine Driver. His works were translated into over 40 languages, sold more than 20,000,000 copies and have been used in motion pictures, stage plays and audiobooks.
French journalist. He was a columnist at Agence France-Presse. In 1971, he became editor of L'Express (1966-1971), and in 1971, editor of Paris Match. He was the founder, editor, and general manager for Le Point in 1972. From 1976, he wrote a column.
French civil servant, Chairman of the Strategic Committee of French Treasury and Advisor BNP Paribas. Also, President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London (1993-1998).
American pianist and academic (d.2012)
American actress who was transformed by her marriage to Princess Rainier as Her Serene Highness Princess Grace of Monaco. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1955 for her performance in "The Country Girl," Grace was a Hollywood sensation in films including ""High Noon," "Rear Window," "High Society" and "To Catch a Thief."
English radio and television host (d.2012)
Publicist / Dutch publisher (Bloom of Decadence).
English dancer and hurdler (d. 1974).
Czech motorcyclist and sportscaster (d.2000)
Japanese mathematician, theorist (d.58)
Plainview, Texas -- Actor (Cat of Rockies).
The Costa Rican boxer Tuzo PortuguA(c),z is better known. At 8 years old, he began his sporting career as a schoolboy. He was a schoolboy at the time and played basketball, soccer, and athletics. Don Ricardo Saprissa called him to join Little League. He chose to train in boxing to achieve professional status. He became a professional boxer through hard …
American law enforcement officer and pro-athlete. He was a former football player on Notre Dame University’s 1946 champion team. His pro football career began with the Buffalo Bills in 1947. He then joined the NY Yanks, a 1950 football team, and the Cleveland Browns. After sustaining a knee injury, he retired from the sport of football in 1956.
Baron Goff of Chieveley English lawyer, judge
German merchant, homoeopath, and astrologer. He is the inventor of the Koch house system, which he gave to Dr. Walter Koch to develop. E.C. Kuehr is an avid supporter of E.C. He developed the formulae for the GOH Houses with W. Koch, F. Zanzinger. His main interest is in Mundane Astrology. He is also the author of "Astro-Digest," 1987.
Finnish javelin thrower (d.78)
American cellist and composer, bassist (d. 1981).
French astronomer, aeronaut, and specialist in solar system studies. He also discovered Janus, a moon by Saturn.
German screenwriter and director of actor (d.2011)
Fort Leavenworth Military Man
American engineer and mathematician. He is most well-known for inventing the ReedaEUR"Solomon code, which corrects and detects algebraic errors. This was done with Gustave Solomon. He co-invented and developed the ReedaEUR'Muller code.
Mexican poet and classicist. On 19 August 1962, he was elected full member of Mexico's Academy of Language. He took possession of the chair V in August 1963.
German comedian, humorist, cartoonist, film director, actor and writer. He is best known for his cartoons, the sketches from his 1976 television series Loriot, alongside Evelyn Hamann, and his two movies, Ödipussi (1988) and Pappa Ante Portas (1991). He is consider the best German comedian, ever.
Mexican scholar and poet (d. 2013).
French artist, a satirical cartoonist.
English archaeologist, explorer
American actress who made her screen debut in 1943's "The Seventh Victim." Stella was her role in "A Streetcar Named Desire," a Broadway smash hit. It opened on October 1, 1947 and ran for two more years. Hunter was able to reprise the role in the 1951 film version and won the Oscar for Best Actress. Hunter's career was ruined …
American writer (Born in 1922)
France sport Champion
Detroit, Michigan -- Actress (Planet of the Apes Lilith).
Polish journalist and poet (d. 1951).
French prefect and high ranking official who died 25 July 2009.
American actor, screenwriter and director (d. 1989).
American publisher and editor who published Richard Bach's "Jonathan Livingston Seagull" in a stunning publication that became a worldwide bestseller.
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French rugby player and offensive player, known for his hooks. His glory is not captured on film or video, but there are a few photos. The legend of him was told in endless stories. When he retired, he became a reporter. Died 10/23/1999.
American Petroleum Geologist, Executive.
Canadian singer-songwriter (d. 2009)
CEO (Adolph Coors Co Brewery).
American singer of traditional pop music (Born 1917).
English race car driver (d. 1993)
Canadian composer and academic (d.2000)
Filipino politician and actor (Born 1916).
New Jersey, United States -- Actor. (Koska & His Family).
He was a French writer and linguist. He wrote essays and literary criticism. His 1957 book "Mythologies", in which he attacked French society, is a part of France's intelligence.
Flemish theologian, who worked in reformation church. After a brief unspecified illness, he died at 95 years old in Nijmegen (the Netherlands), on December 23, 2009.
Argentina -- Polo (1936 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Finland -- 500m Kayak (1952 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
English race car driver (d. 1958)
French Prefect of police, also known as the police chief of Paris, during the 1968 general strikes and student revolts. His efforts to avoid violence and bloodshed in the midst of May 1968 unrest are highly praised. Maurice Grimaud, 95, died in Paris on 16 July 2009.
French chef Michelin 'three star' Michelin and restaurateur, founder of the gourmet restaurant "Lasserre" in the heart Paris' 8th arrondissement.
Leemans NFL fullback (New York Giants).
American jazz trumpet player, who was a prominent member of Count BasieaEUR (tm)'s "Old Testament" Orchestra and a leader in mainstream-oriented jam session recordings of the 1950s.
French writer (Stigmates)
German film director. Between 1938 and 1971, he directed 48 films.
French actor. French actor.
South African cricketer (Born in 1910).
Famous birthdays on November 12th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Illinois, United States -- 100th Supreme Court Justice (1970-94)
Associate Justice of U.S. Supreme Court (Born 1908)
German author (Socially Responsible Cinema).
At 87, animator dies.
American poet and soldier (d. 1968).
French double agent, who earned the confidence of the Allies and provided secrets to Germany. He was capable of interpreting many languages and was a skilled storyteller. He was brutally beaten while in prison after he was captured.
American pilot (d. 1979).
American psychic and author. He is well-known for his ability communicate with animals and reveal details about their lives and master's activities. He was a natural psychic, a homepun psychologist and trained in the occult. He wrote "The Language of ESP in Action."
French filmmaker known for the film noir classic "Out of the Past" as well as a series of low-budget horror films he produced for RKO Studios including "Cat People", "I Walked with a Zombie," or "The Leopard Man."
Austrian-born businessman and car importer (d. 1981).
American comedian who appeared on more than 100 films, including Charlie Chaplin’s classic 1940 film "The Great Dictator".
France sport Champion
French pioneering aviator, who is most well-known for his participation in the second pilot flight of the Bernard 190 'Oiseau Canari’ in June 1929. This marked the first French crossing the North Atlantic in the east-west direction.
American minister and theologian
German musician, concert pianist, conductor, and composer of hundreds upon scores. From 1954 to 1969, he was the program director for Woodstock's maverick summer concerts.