List of celebrities and famous people who were born on August 15th
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
She is the daughter Grace Kee Heifetz's granddaughter and grandchild of Jenny Kee, a fashion designer from Australia.
British family of noted, born in the U.S. to the daughter of David Bowie, and his wife, Somalian model Iman.
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
World Music Singer
French-Comoran survivor of an air crash, she was the only one to survive the crash of the Yemenia Airlines Flight 626 Airbus A310 at around 1:50 AM on June 30, 2009. The plane crashed into Indian Ocean near Grande Comore Island. All 152 passengers were killed. Bakia's mother was also among the casualties. The young, shy girl was thrown into …
Japanese singer and actress with a Japanese voice
Estonian figure skater
Indian chess player
Australian homicide victim. Martin Bryant shot Madeline, Madeline's three-year old sister, and her mother Nanette Mikac, their 36-years-old mother, to death with 32 others at Port Arthur, Tasmania, on April 28, 1996. This was Australia's most brutal massacre by one gunman. Walter Mikac, their father, and husband, founded the Alannah and Madeline Foundation in February 1997.
American football player.
American actress, Katniss Everdeen, the leading role in The Hunger Games (2011).
Russian singer-songwriter and producer
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American singer and actor (Big Time Rush).
Argentinian model and television host
American performer (Girlicious)
American football player
Seven British septuplets were born to a mother who was taking fertility drugs. One baby died in the first half an hour. The remaining two boys and four daughters were taken into intensive care. The second baby, which was the third, died the next day. The babies were born C-section after the mom went into premature labor. They had no …
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Russian wrestler (d. 2013)
English actress and model
Canadian singer and actress
American figure skater, who was first at the Junior World Championships at 16 Jennifer is a remarkable figure skater, despite being 90 lbs and just 5 feet 2 inches tall. After competing in gymnastics, she began skating when she was nine years old.
Indonesian actor and boxer
Japanese voice actress
Brazilian footballer (d. 2013)
Russian rapper producer and actor
American actress and model
American singer and actress
American baseball player
American baseball player
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
English musician and producer
American beach volleyball player
American family, first child of Julie Nixon (and her husband David Eisenhower), 9 lbs 8 oz. Jennie is the greatgranddaughter and granddaughter of President Dwight "Ike” Eisenhower. She was an 18-year-old theater arts major at Northwestern University. She is a beautiful brunette and looks very much like her mother. Berwyn, a suburb of Philadelphia, was where she grew up. Her …
American bass player (Switchfoot).
Canadian ice hockey goaltender
Australian coach and footballer
Dutch manager and footballer
Hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)
French racing cyclist who competed in four Olympic Games: Athens, Sydney, Athens, Beijing.
Italian Beauty Queen, winner the title Miss Italy 9/12/1992
Canadian ice hockey player
American football player and radio host
Danish singer and actress
Villa Gonzalez, Dominican Republic -- Pitcher. (Pittsburgh Pirates).
American musician (The Offspring).
British-born Pakastani singer and composer of music
American drummer (The Offspring Rocket from the Crypt Danko Jons and The Special Goodness).
Defensive tackle (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
American actor. He won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in the film "Good Will Hunting" on 3/23/1998. Matt Damon and he were Cambridge friends who wrote the script together as a Harvard assignment. The year 1997, when Hollywood bought the script, was an amazing year for the two friends who had been together since childhood. It took them …
Defensive tackle (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Miami, Florida -- Playmate (Mar, 1996)
He was a French hair colorist, who opened his first salon in Paris at the age of 24. In 1999, he launched a range of hair care products.
American actor and comedian
French rugby union player.
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American choreographer and dancer
Australian singer-songwriter (Powderfinger)
NFL Wide Receiver (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Regina, Saskatchewan -- NHL Center (Chicago Blackhawks).
Hockey forward (Team Kazakhstan Olympics- 1998)
NFL running back (Cin Bengals)
German writer and journalist.
Toronto, Ontario -- Beach volleyballer (1996 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
American actor and race car driver
American-Hong Kong actor and singer
Porto Alegre, Brazil -- Golfer (1994 Jamie Farr-36th)
American plane fatality. A passenger on Pan Am flight No. 103 that exploded above Scotland on 12/21/1988.
NHL forward (Team Belarus, Olympics - 1998)
French professional cyclist, who won an Olympics Gold Medal in Atlanta for the "team pursuit" along with Chapelle Ermenault Monin, Moreau, 7/28/1996.
French politician, Hunting, Fishing, Nature, Traditions party. He was a candidate in the 2007 French presidential election. However, he was eliminated during the first round. With 1.15% (420 645 votes), he was second-to-last.
Fort Walton (Florida) -- Pitcher (California Angels).
Selkirk -- NHL defenseman (Pittsburgh Penguins).
Scottish ice hockey coach and player
Morocco -- 10k runner (1988 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Virginia, USA, bartender extrodinaire. (Guru for life, love, and Libation).
She is an Australian astrologer, businesswoman, and she was the co-creators of www.astrology.com in 1995 with her husband David.
American baseball coach and player
Greek basketball player and coach
Hong Kong singer
Linebacker (Dallas Cowboys)
Guard (Baltimore Ravens)
TV Show Host
Nottimgham (England) - Australasia golfer
American screenwriter and producer
American homicide/suicide: Found dead 4/17/2002 from gunshot wounds in his bedroom, along with Desiree (b. 6/13/1965, Lynnwood, CA). Three daughters were left by them, including Alanna, Alanna, and Arianna, an 11-year old. Scott and Desiree, a black couple with good looks, seemed to live a happy life. They hosted neighborhood barbecues at their new Cambridge two-family home. Police were able …
Indian actor and producer (d. 2013)
An English politician and lawyer
Queens, New York -- Actress. (Civil Wars. Little Man Tate. LA Law).
Belgian beauty pageant winner, TV personality. She hosted the World Music Awards. De Baetzelier speaks Spanish, Dutch, and French fluently. In 1989, she was awarded Miss Belgium.
Bill Gates' American wife
Queens, New York -- Actress. (Civil Wars. Little Man Tate. LA Law).
Belgian soccer football player. He was the goalkeeper for Brugge in 1994's World Cup.
Nelson, NHL left-wing (Dallas Stars).
Mexican film director
English squash player and coach
Entrepreneur, politician, ex-political prisoner
Welsh soldier and politician
Mexican screenwriter and producer of director films
England cricketer and coach
American singer-songwriter DJ and producer (Deee-Lite)
French jockey has 83 wins
Italian actor, writer and radio host.
Hockey forward (Team Kazakhstan Olympics--1998)
NFL quarterback (NY Jets, Denver Broncos - Super Bowl 32)
Estonian politician and lawyer
Turkish manager and footballer
American author and chef
rocker (The The-"Infected Soul Mining")
Indian screenwriter and actress
Soccer player (Sparta)
California, USA; tennis player (Denver-1985).
Heavy metal rocker (Ozzy – "Diary of a Mad Man")
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American astronaut and pilot pilot
Lincoln, Illinois -- Lieutenant Commander USN / Astronaut (sk: STS 90)
American magazine model, who applied for the job of policewoman on 8/01/1979 after completing school on 5/25/1980. They appealed for reinstatement after she and two other female cops were dismissed on 8/25/1980, while they were still on probation. They believed they were fired due to a wild party at which they had photographed a couple of nude cops having fun.
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American comedian and actor
American fugitive and murderer (Born 1958).
Russian journalist and radio host
American missing person. He had been ill with meningitis-encephalitis 10/1971. He was last seen on 1/17/1972 when he went to play. The grieving family was not subject to suspicion or any home conflict.
Indian actress and costume designer (d.2009)
English-Canadian psychiatrist, author
Lujubljana, Yugoslavia -- Actor (Mass Appeal)
American pedophile sentenced to 18-20 year imprisonment for sexually assaulting 2 little girls. The youngest child was 9 months old, while the second was 3 1/2 years. Police found thousands of dollars worth of office equipment and toys for children, 46 nude photos, including two showing an adult nude male having sexual relations with children, when they arrested the suspects.
English politician and businessman
Designer of comics from Belgium
French-Canadian jazz composer and pianist
England, United Kingdom -- Dr / Cosmonaut
French road bike racer who won three stages of the Tour de France. After being almost eliminated in the previous stage due to his time limitations, he won one of these stages in 1987 Tour de France. However, the Tour de France jury allowed him continue the race.
Finnish beauty queen, winner in a contest
Clearwater, Florida -- Basketball player (1976 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Finnish screenwriter, playwright and film director. On the anti-fascist ticket, he ran for Finnish Parliament in 2011.
California, USA; actor (Ritchie - Dick Van Dyke Show).
Swedish journalist and writer. His most famous work is the "Millennium Trilogy" of crime novels. These were published posthumously. Larsson spent most of his adult life in Stockholm, where he worked in journalism and was an independent researcher on right-wing extremism.
American poet and academic
Indian Astrologer. He is the co-founder of British Association for Vedic Astrology. He also manages the Romsey and London beginner's groups.
British family of distinction, first twin to Margaret Thatcher. Two minutes later, his sister Carol was also born. Mark is the most well-known of the two. Carol reports the news, while Mark makes it. His life seems to have been a series of missteps. He was not popular at Harrow school so he took jobs as a mechanic or in …
English journalist and author
American attorney representing Goldman Family in civil case against O.J. Simpson in late 1996. He was a powerful speaker and made a compelling closing argument in the sensational case. The case was closed on the 2/04/1997. Although the jury arrived at 3:30 PM, the results weren't available until all principals had been assembled.
French soccer player who played forward for Olympique Lyonnais and Girondins Bordeaux.
Dutch rock guitarist (Franc Boeijen Group)
American drummer (Blue Ayster Cult Rainbow, Brand X).
French actor, screenwriter, director, and film producer. Since 1960, he has been in 44 films and TV shows. His film "Those Were the Days", which he directed, was shown in the 'Un Certain Regard" section of the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.
Sri Lankan cricketer
American musician and singer
American television and film writer
American baseball player and the former manager of the Minnesota Twins.
He was an American pro-football player and athlete who was drafted by New England Patriots in 1973. He was a member of the team for nine seasons before retiring in 1982.
American drummer (MotAPrhead Black Oak Arkansas and Thin Lizzy).
Country drummer (Black Oak Arkansas).
England, United Kingdom -- Princess/olympic equestrian
US singer (Miracles-Love Machine)
British royalty; the daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. As a youngster, she was known as imperious, high-spirited and willful, also sweet, lazy, and a tomboy. She had her dad's temperament and was his obvious favorite. With confidence, she learned everything she tried, especially sports, with ease. Her passion is horseback riding and her skills were strong enough …
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French photographer and artist Pierre et Gilles is his partner.
Translator / Missing since Jan 6, 1994
American academic and political scientist
USA; actress (Private Carol Winter - Private Benjamin).
An English politician and lawyer
Welsh academic and sculptor
French victim of homicide, the wife Joseph Parnay. Parny, who was plagued by financial difficulties, spray gasoline all over his home, then sprinkle the product on himself and light the house ablaze, 12/09/1994, Aubevoye (France). Marie died, and Jeannick,13, and Charles,12, their sons, were also killed. Their 7-year-old son Guibert survived.
Canadian actress and singer-songwriter
American pornographic model and actress
British TV presenter
She was a French track and field athlete who won the 400m at the 1969 European Championships. Colette Besson, her great opponent, lost to her. She holds the world record at 51:72 seconds
American basketball player, who played for one season in 1969-70.
Georgia, USA; US Navy/astronaut
British TV news cameraman
Jazz congas (Spyro Gyra-Morning Dance)
American singer, lyricist, and composer of popular easy-to-hear songs. He is a master of orchestration and arrangement, and works from a clear instinct. He rose to prominence in Hollywood after he started writing songs. On February 29, 1968, he won his sixth Grammy. He was then considered the greatest living lyricist of the U.S. by that time. In 1992, he …
British politician and Member of Parliament, who was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987.
Oklahoma, USA. songwriter ("MacArthur Park", “Up Up and Away”).
English screenwriter and producer of actor
Texas, USA; Four-time Mayor of Houston
French politician, Prime Minister France 1995-1997
American baseball player. He was a right-handed catcher with the New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates and Montreal Expos and Detroit Tigers from 1968 to 1981.
French lapidarist, specializing in diamonds.
French singer, born to an Armenian and Bulgarian father (originally Vartanian), and a Hungarian mom. When she moved to France, she was only a teenager. Carlos, Dolto's son, was her secretary when she began singing in the early 1960s. Johnny Hallyday, a remarried American producer Tony Scotti, was her husband. She was very popular in Japan.
French politician, Minister for Justice 1992-1993
American journalist and author
Jr. American politician 56th mayor of Pittsburgh
German actress and entrepreneur who lives in Italy.
Texas, USA newscaster (NBC News Overnight).
Italian fashion designer and style guru. He received a degree as an architect and began designing accessories and clothes in 1972. He also collaborated with ready-to wear companies. In 1982, he released his first womenaEUR (tm), and in 1983 his first menaEUR (tm). He also began teaching a dress design course at Domus Academy in Milan. His line of accessories, …
Greek politician and lawyer.
English academic and political scientist
Mexican actress and politician
Reichenberg, Czechoslovakia -- Actress (Casino Royale)
Northern Ireland politician and civil servant 2nd Speaker of Northern Ireland Assembly
Mexican actress and politician
American homicide. He shot and killed one victim after each of five hold-ups that he committed on February 12, 20, 21 and 28, 1960. He was able to identify a victim of the robbery he had committed on 3/05/1960. The next day, he was arrested after he had killed another woman. On 5/04/1960, he was convicted and sentenced to life …
American martial arts instructor (d.2007)
Washington, USA. Guitarist/Country singer (Hee Haw).
French magistrate, who started his career at the Department of Justice's headquarters in 1970.
American actor (d.2009)
American sculptor (d.2013)
Italian dancer who graduated from La Scala's ballet school in 1958. She was awarded a scholarship to study in Russia, where she perfected the art of ballet. She received rave reviews for her debut at Swan Lake.
Olympia, Washington -- Hee Haw is a country singer / guitarist
German communist dedicated, daughter of a Pastor. At 18 she was already politically active and went to the U.S. for a year as part of an exchange program. She met Bernard Vesper, a leftist writer from Germany, the next year. He influenced her ideas. Andreas Baader was also her first love and she went to Frankfurt with him that year. …
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Director (Amrobank), / Dutch Financial Minister, (CDA).
English air marshal
American jurist was nominated by President Clinton on 5/13/1994 at 4:00 PM to be the 108th Supreme Court Justice to fill the vacant seat of Harry Blakmun. Breyer, who was the Senate Judicial Committee's chief counsel for 12 years and is now a federal judge. He is also a lawyer and professor of law. Breyer is a brilliant scholar in …
Polish engineer and author
She was a French actress who was mainly seen on French television. In 1961, she made her television debut in "Lucretia Borgia", a TV movie.
British politician and Member of Parliament, Redmond was elected to the House at the General Election on 6/11/1987. Redmond, 59, died from cancer on January 16, 1997.
Boulogne- Billt Actor
(Rep-D-New York, 1977- )
American soprano and educator (d. 2014.)
French novelist, editor, and writer of light erotica fiction. He has been criticized by censors for writing material they consider pornographic.
American civil rights activist, attorney, and self-made man. He is one of the most important movers and shakers in Washington DC. Jordan was part of the civil rights movement and accompanied Charlayne Hunter, an African-American student. Hunter would later become a PBS correspondent. He led a boycott of stores that refused to hire blacks in 1962. Jordan was the head …
Nevada, USA; actress (Joey Bishop show).
American presidential advisor
Pop music songwriter and singer from Italy. In the 1970s, he was a popular singer in Italy with "Agata". He has a degree from archeology. He has been living in France since 1946 with his family. Married; two kids. Ferrer committed suicide with a gunshot to the chest on 8/13/1998, St. Cyprien France. Motive unknown.
Jamaican coach and cricketer
American singer-songwriter/producer (The Famous Flames), (d. 2007).
American sportsman. Left-handed specialist relief pitcher in Major League Baseball.
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American folk musician (Born 1933).
US singer Tams-What Child of Fool
New Mexico, USA. Actress (Greta – How to Marry a Millionaire).
American game show host
American host of a game show (d. 2014).
Archduke and Prince of Austria, Prince of Hungary, Bohemia, and Tuscany by birth. Stefan was the eldest child and son of Archduke Anton of Austria and his wife Princess Ileana of Romania. He died on 12 November 1998, at Brighton, Livingston County, Michigan, USA.
Baron Steyn South African-English judge and lawyer
American actress married to actor Ben Gazzarra. She became a psychotherapist after her acting career ended.
Ohio, USA; actress (Alvarez Kelly, Doctor's Wife).
Estonian freedom fighter
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Oonagh, a former Irish nun, is a midwife, acupuncturist and midwife. She is the author of "The Voice of Silence," 2002. It tells of her childhood and training in Chinese medicine. Her miraculous recovery and leaving the convent. It also includes her work with Edward VIII, better known simply as The Duke of Windsor.
Greek pole vaulter
American CEO and executive in charge of Inspiration Resources, an agribusiness and mining company. Richards is a former, long-serving bank executive at Citicorp. He graduated from college with an AB degree and pursued interests in accounting and finance.
Charnay l.s M?con Executives
Jungian analyst from Canada, well-known speaker, author, and expert on eating disorders. Robert Bligh hosted a series of her TV programs. Her books, which include "Addiction To Perfection" 1982, "The Pregnant Virgin," 1985, and "The Ravaged Bridegroom," 90, have been sold over 200,000 times worldwide.
London, England -- Cinematographer/director (Aria and Eureka).
German scholar and academic (d.2013)
American businessman (d. 2014.)
English cricketer (d. 2011)
American bebop jazz pianist based on the West Coast of America. Leonard Feather, who called Castro's style "assertively swinging", and Dave Brubeck who knew Castro since the 1950s described Castro as an "extremely talented individual, a fine musician and an excellent pianist, and a tasteful performer." He moved to Los Angeles in 1958 to be close to Teddy Edwards, Billy …
Judge and English cricketer
Italian actress and theatre director, who was killed in Rome on the 10th of June 2003.
Iowa, USA; actress ("Marge - Mr Peepers")
American academician and candidate to public office
Touch Connors, an American actor, was first seen on screen in 1953. He is best known for his roles in "Sudden fear," "Five Guns West," "Harlow" and "Five Guns West," but he is also the star of "Mannix," a TV series. He broke his wrist, dislocated the shoulder, and fractured some of his ribs while doing his own stunts.
Canadian composer and pianist (d. 2007).
California, USA; actor (Joe Mannix- Mannix Night Kill).
American lawyer, writer and media star. She is the nation's most well-known anti-feminist, as well as the scourge of ERA. She is a professional politician who is strong, assertive, intelligent, and articulate. She was an anti-Communist fanatic and ultra-conservative Republican.
British playwright Doctor Zhivago, Bounty, dies at age 70
Russian-German actor (d. 1997)
Japanese production designer art director and fashion designer (d. 2009)
Playwright (Man for all Seasons, Dr Zhivago).
Missouri, USA; Right-winger/Eagle Forum president.
American entertainer, who started as a child actress named Baby Rose Marie. She was a singer, comedian, and actress who became a popular TV and nightclub performer. Her films include "Cheaper to Keep Her", "Lunch Wagon" and "Cheaper to Keep Her". TV featured "The Dick Van Dyke Show", "The Robert Cummings Show," and "The Doris Day Show." She also regularly …
New York, USA. Actress (Sally Rogers-Dick Van Dyke Show).
Premier of Israel
German-American genius musician, composer, conductor, and pianist. He arrived in the United States in 1937 after completing his studies in Paris. He is a respected and brilliant American musician.
Berlin, Germany -- Composer.
Greek composer and trumpet player (d. 2005).
Spanish manager and footballer (d. 1988).
American sculptor and graphic designer (d. 2000).
Italian screenwriter, director, and actor in film, who appeared between 1946 and 1990 in 109 films.
Polish actor and director (d.2012)
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Irish journalist and author (d. 2007.
NYC, New York -- Actor. (Cyclone Gas Pump Girls, The Rating Game).
French feminist activist, journalist, author and radio host, well-known for his "Allo MA(c),nie!" program. (1958-81), where she attempted to solve sexual relationship problems. Sister to RenA(c), Laurentin, ecclesiastical theologian.
She is the daughter of Muhammad Ali Jinnah (the founder of Pakistan). Although she was raised Muslim, she married Neville Wadia, a Parsi-born Indian. They have one son.
French composer and musician, born in Vietnam. He won the first prize for violin at age 16 and, ten years later, the 1st Grand Prize of Rome, 1944, in composition.
French physicist, well-known for his work in quantum optics.
El Salvadorian priest, activist Roman Catholic Archbishop San Salvador and martyr. He was a tireless worker for the poor and deeply committed to justice. Although he was gentle, it was considered a cautious nebbish who could cause problems for anyone. In 1977, his colleague and friend Father Grande was killed for advocating liberation theology. He lost his sight. He decried …
French journalist. He led a resistance group called DA(c),fense de la France during World War II. The underground journal they published was distributed to as many as 400,000 copies. He established the Centre de formation des journalistes and later the sailing school Les GlA(c).
USA, Disneyland worker 1955-81 as Manager for Custodial Operations.
Monistrol/Loire Military man
Irish politician and footballer, 5th Taoiseach Ireland (d. 1999).
German entrepreneur and owner of a hotel chain. He died in Affoltern Am Albis, Switzerland on the 15th of October 2011.
Albanian journalist and author
Albanian writer (d. 1989).
Surinamese / Dutch folklorist
Belgium sport Champion
French actor and director.
Actress from Sweden (d. 2002).
Flemish author / resistance fighter (Mensch op Weg)
French nobleman who created the Thoiry Wildlife Park.
American art director and graphic designer
Les Rousses Journalist
Israeli politician and founder of Likud, and sixth Prime Minister of Israel. He was also the leader of Irgun, a Zionist militant group that broke away from Haganah, the larger Jewish paramilitary organisation. On 1 February 1944, he declared a rebellion against the British mandatory government. This was opposed by The Jewish Agency. He was the head of the Irgun …
American chef and author of more than nine cookbooks. She has appeared on over three hundred television programs. Her 1961 book "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" made her a celebrity. Child was raised in Pasadena, a wealthy family that employed a professional chef to prepare elaborate family meals. Her father was a farmer consultant and her mother was a …
England, United Kingdom -- Actresses (Major Barbara and David Copperfield).
Gerard Reve Sr. Friend
English actress (d.2003)
He was a Scottish metallurgist, businessman, and educational administrator. In 1973, he was knighted.
Chancellor of Austria (1966-1970)
Actress (QB VII. Taxi 13, Black Bird. Crisis).
Famous birthdays on August 15th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
American composer and bandleader
Dutch poet, writer, and influential publisher of contemporary Dutch writers and Russian literature.
American politician, circuit judge, governor. He was elected Governor for Illinois on 11/8/1960, and he was re-elected 11/1964. He resigned from his position as Governor in 6/1968 and accepted the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge of Chicago
Marseille Military man
French politician, member of the French Resistance, and friend to Jean Moulin.
Carmen Conde AbellA!n, a Spanish poet and narrative writer, was a teacher. With her husband Antonio Oliver BelmA's, she founded the first Popular University of Cartagena in 1931. She was also the first woman ever to be a number academic at the Real Academia EspaA+, where she gave her induction speech in 1979.
Canadian dog sled racer (d. 1948)
France sport Champion
Canadian dog sled racer (d. 1948)
Puppeteer (Kukla Fran, Ollie, The Muppet Show).
Canadian inventor invents the Motorized wheelchair (d. 1992).
Writer (Song of the 18 dead).
Dutch poet, journalist, writer, resistance member and writer in Word War 2.
Russian mathematician, theorist (d. 1974)
Lyon 2?me physician
NYC, New York -- Actress
Polish-American painter, educator (d. 1982).