List of celebrities and famous people who were born on June 22nd
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002004
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Indonesian tennis player
Irish actor Liam Neeson's son and actress Natasha Richardson's daughter were part of a prominent Irish family. His father was born in Ballynena (Ireland) on 6/07/1952.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
French classical pianist
American figure skater
Japanese singer and actor
American football player
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
American race car driver.
Korean singer and actor
Japanese actress and model
Israeli pro-basketball player
American basketball player
Turkish volleyball player
American Samoan footballer
American singer-songwriter and pianist
Cameroonian-Greek basketball player
Model and actress from Italy-Japan
Serbian tennis player
Greek basketball player
Serbian tennis player
Greek basketball player
American baseball player
Portuguese actress and model
New Zealand rugby player
English producer and guitarist (Editors).
Victoria, Australia -- Gymnast (1996 Olympics)
Hong Kong-Australian actress
Russian player in ice hockey
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
A professional cyclist from France, this French athlete has taken part in many Tours de France. He finished fourth in 2011 Since 2001, he has been a professional cyclist with Team Europcar. He won the Tour Luxembourg title in 2003 and the French championship the following year. He is a young, athletic cyclist who often sticks out his tongue when …
American baseball player
American speed skater
American singer and actor
Spanish singer-songwriter (La Oreja de Van Gogh)
Basque singer/songwriter (La Oreja de Van Gogh).
Belgian singer, actor and songwriter
English racing driver (d. 2011)
American football player
French professional basketball player. He was remarkable for his size (2.18m) and played in the Spanish (Limoges), Greek (and Spanish) leagues. He won a silver medal in the 2000 Sydney Olympics with the French team and a bronze at the European championship. American Vince Carter, born 26 January 1977, jumped over him during the Olympic final. Later it would be …
French footballer who was a defender at Calais between 1998 and 2001.
English bass player (Bloc Party, Young Legionnaire).
Award-winning Uruguayan TV hostess, fashion model, and actress. She is well-known for her work in Uruguay, Argentina, and Uruguay. FernA!ndez can also be a businesswoman and entrepreneur.
Japanese baseball player
Estonian politician and academic 28th Estonian Minister for Defence
Indian actor singer and producer
Walnut Creek, California -- Field Hockey midfielder (1996 Olympics).
Model and actress from the American-Filipino community
Essex Junction, Vermont -- Miss America - Vermont (1997)
American actor who made his TV debut in 1997 with MTV. He hosts "Total Request Live", a daily program devoted to interviews and music, and has a huge fan base.
American basketball player and guard for the Denver Nuggets.
CFL offensive tackle (Saskatchewan Roughriders).
Evanston, Indiana -- Actress (Becky Roseanne)
Kenyan-American painter, sculptor
Italian royalty born in Switzerland, the son of Italy's last king, Umberto II and Princess Marina; grandson of Vittorio Emanuele III. Heir to Italy's throne, Emanuele is in exile and barred from stepping on Italian soil. An only child raised in Switzerland by his father, 64 and his Swiss-born mother, 66, he is waging an aggressive campaign to return, lobbying …
American cartoonist and critic
American athlete. Played quarterback for the St. Louis Rams during Superbowl #36. The New England Patriots won the game as an underdog. Warner has been a Rams player since 1998.
English rugby player
American blogger and author
Walkertown, Ontario -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
American screenwriter and producer of actresses
Porterville, California -- Infielder for the Chicago Cubs
Canadian singer-songwriter/guitarist (Barenaked Ladies).
Businessman and politician from Greece-Lebanese
NBA center (Denver Nuggets)
US rower (1996 Olympics, 4th Place)
NFL tight end (NE Patriots).
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
French killer of Valentine, 11-year-old boy On 28 July 2008, he killed the boy using at least 44 knife stabs. He was sentenced to 30 year imprisonment in the second trial, which took place on 22 November 2013. His accomplice, NoAlla Hego (10 December 1959), was sentenced to 18 years. They are also being investigated for other murders.
NFL wide receiver (Houston Oilers / Tennessee Oilers).
American basketball player and guard for the Orlando Magic.
California, USA; actress (Lily Blake Santa Barbara).
Soccer player (Willem II)
Manila, Philippines -- US fencer-foil (1996 Olympics)
American producer and screenwriter
NFL tight end (Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens)
French actress and former model. She is also a singer and a fashion model. Roman Polanski's wife and star in French-Polish films Frantic (1988) and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007 and 2008). Two CA(c)sar Awards were presented to her for Best Supporting Actress in Place VendA’me (1998) and La Vie En Rose (2006).
American actor and rapper
Cleveland, Ohio -- Tennis star
British Rally co-driver (Born 1966).
English Baron / multi-millionaire
CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)
German screenwriter and director producer
rocker (Wet Wet Wet Wishing I Was).
Czech manager and footballer
American author of "The Da Vinci Code", made into a movie with Tom Hanks, Audrey Tatou and others. This novel and its movie caused controversy among conservative Catholic Church members. It suggested that Jesus and Mary Magdalene may have had a child with the holy bloodline.
American actress known for her portrayal of strong and unpredictable women. Brenneman was a NYPD Blue police officer from 1993 to 1994. Her tall, raven-haired character attracted much attention for her groundbreaking nude scene, which earned her back-to-back Emmy nominations.
American basketball player.
American basketball player.
NFL punter (New Orleans Saints, Detroit Lions)
British rock vocalist (Jesus Jones-Devil you Know)
American basketball player
American actor and singer (The Mighty Mighty Bosstones).
English politician, Minister for Tourism and Heritage
Dutch soccer player (Sparta, NAC)
Everett (Washington) -- 198 lbs Greeko-Roman wrestler (1996 Olympics).
Belgian equestrian, three times Belgian Champion (1989, 1991, and 1995). On 8/26/1996, he competed at the Atlanta Olympics. He placed 20th in Individual Jumping.
Canadian professional wrestler (d.2006)
The 61st Yokozuna sumo wrestler from Japan
rocker (Amazulu - "Excitable").
Hong Kong screenwriter and producer of actor.
American basketball player
NBA Guard (Houston Rockets, Port Trailblazers)
Estonian high jumper
rocker (Nowhere to Run).
Scottish singer-songwriter (Primalscream The Jesus and Mary Chain and the Wake).
The former leader of "Bronski Beat", "Communards" and "Communards", is a Scottish singer. After splitting from Sarah Jane Morris, his singing partner, he became a solo performer in 1989. He is known for his gay activism and distinctive soaring falsetto.
Scottish race car driver at the NASCAR circuit.
English field hockey coach and player
Journalist and author of English fashion design
Rocker (Primal Scream)
American environmentalist and lawyer
California, USA; actress (Irreconcilable Differents).
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
French singer and frontman of pop-rock band Indochine. He was born to a Moldavian dad. This band, which was inspired by The Cure's music and "Bob Morane" comic strip in Belgium, has been active for over 30 years.
British stunt motorcycle rider. He is the youngest of three children and was inspired by Evel Knieval's daredevil antics at 12 years old. He set a record at age 18 for the youngest person to jump over 190ft, crossing 14 schoolbuses. He plays the role of the main character in the film "Ridin’ High" and jumps 30 feet over a …
French musician, Indochine, with his twin brother Nicola Sirkis.
French soccer (football) striker. He earned eight international caps (one goal), for the French national football team in the 1980s. He was a player at RC Lens (1981aEUR1986) and was a member the French team in 1986 FIFA World Cup.
American radio personality
American comedian and author
Irish flat racing jockey. He was an international jockey who became one of the top professionals in his sport after a 34-year long career.
French actor. Since 1980, he has been in over ninety films.
American academic and author
Actor (Army of Darkness).
Manager and English footballer
Australian bass player, songwriter and producer (INXS & Absent Friends).
Academic and English geneticist
English comedian, journalist, radio DJ, and screenwriter. He has been a journalist, screenwriter, radio DJ, and NME broadcaster since the late 1970s.
Rock bassist (Face to Face)
Scottish punk rock singer, songwriter, and bass guitarist for the band "Simple Minds", formed in Glasgow, 1977. Forbes is a fast-witted comedian with a lot of one-liners. Forbes is also a cartoonist, a painter, decorator, and a lover of animals. His goal is to get a "lion, tiger, or black panther" or some other animal. It would be incredible if …
American screenwriter and actor
German footballer coach and manager
Australian rugby player and sportscaster
Mexican actor (Born 1956).
Rock vocalist (Scritti Politti-Flesh & Blood)
English motorcycle racer
Pakistani politician and agriculturist 25th Pakistani Minister for Foreign Affairs
French actor, musician, and producer of greek descent. Previously a primary school teacher. Bod Dylan inspired him to create the folk group "PA(c]nA(c]lope", then the rock bands "Les GarASSons Bouchers", with Eric Blitz, the singer, replaced by Pierre Favre (born 13 July 1960 in Lyon). He was an actor and starred in "La citA (c) des enfants perdus", directed Jean-Pierre …
Welsh singer-songwriter and guitarist (Scritti Politi).
Estonian academic and ecologist (d. 2007).
Professor of Bioinformatics, University College London
American comedian and actor, best known for his role in the TV series "Chico and the Man." Prinze's performance was the main reason his hit show rose quickly to number ten in the ratings. It premiered on September 24, 1974. Prinze was forced to use a variety of drugs and alcohol because of the show's difficult schedule.
French journalist who was awarded the Albert Londres Prize in 1993, the highest French journalism award.
Rocker (Fabulous Poodles)
New York, USA: comedian/actor (Chico and the Man).
American singer, songwriter and actress. She is also a LGBT rights activist. Her career spans over five decades. In 1983, she released her first solo album, She's so Unusual. This was a huge commercial success. She has released nine studio albums since 1989 to mixed critical acclaim.
Russian pro-astrologer, and International vice president for ISAR 1999, representing Ukraine. He holds a Ph.D. from 1981 in cybernetics and 1993 in mathematical modeling. He is the author of over 90 scientific articles and books.
Australian journalist and sportscaster
American porn actress
Archbishop of the Netherlands Roman Catholic Church
Italian mathematician (d. 2013).
Actor and journalist in English
Norwegian singer (d. 1982)
Pole vaulter from France.
Australian Astrologer. Kurt Matson, co-founder of Grounded Heavens astrological diary since 1993.
American bass player (Rainbow Elf Bible Black, and Raven Lord (d.2015)
English academic and painter
French politician and lawyer, he is currently Secretary of State of Defence and Veterans in the government under Prime Minister FranASSois Fillon, since March 2008. He was previously Secretary of State of Cooperation and La Francophonie, which he held until June 2007. Since 1981, he has been a member the French National Assembly. He was a candidate for the Socialist …
Maryland, USA; actress (Phyl Mikhy and Perfect).
British actress, professionally credited as Maughan, Mughan, or Mugham
Lithuanian politician and lawyer (d. 2009).
Romanian politician and lawyer, 59th Prime Minister
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
American actress and most admired actress of her generation. She received 11 Oscar nominations for outstanding performances in films such as "The Deer Hunter," 1978," "Kramer Vs. Kramer," 1979," "The French Lieutenant's Woman," 1982," "Silkwood," 1983," "Out of Africa," 1985," "Sophie's Choice," 1982," "Sophie's Choice," 1982," "Sophie's Choice," 1983," "The French Lieutenant's Woman," 1985," "Postcards from The Bridges of Madison …
American lawyer and law professor
After appearing as a guest on "Six Million Dollar Man" in 1976, American actress, she launched her own series, "The Bionic Woman." She worked 16 hours a day, earning half a million dollars per year during her time on the series. Before she became a star, she was a 14-year-old model who signed a contract for $152 per week in …
French violinist and artistic Director of the Conservatory of Lausanne
Montreal, Quebec -- Rock guitarist (April Wine)
American producer and singer (The Osmonds).
English judge and lawyer
American bass player (38 Special, Lynyrd skynyrd).
California, USA; actress (The Bionic Woman Paper Chase Nighthawks).
USA; actress (French Lieutenant’s Woman, Sophie’s Choice).
Utah, USA; singer (Osmond Brother, Donnie, and Marie).
American producer and singer Nazz Utopia is a guitarist and producer.
Maravich; NBA star (Atlanta Hawks).
13th Earl of Wemyss, a Scottish businessman
American basketball player who was known as "Pistol" Pete Maravich. He was: Guard with the Jazz, Hawks, and
American vocalist. In 1961, masterminds Kaylan Volman and Volman met at a Southern California high school. They formed a surf band 1962-1965 that evolved into "The Turtles". They had many hits including "Happy Together", "She'd rather Be with Me", and "Elenore". 1967 was their most successful year. Volman played guitar and sang vocals while Kaylan did vocals.
Ghanaian politician and lieutenant
American author and MacArthur Foundation Fellow (Born in 1947).
American screenwriter and actor
United States -- Sci-fi author (Hugo, Wild Seed)
French astrologer, author of the book "L'outil astrologique au service de l'A(c)conomie et de la finance."
New York, USA. Actor (Squiggy – Laverne & Shirley).
Estonian poet and author
Cuban producer and guitarist (Cuarteto Patriciaa)
Canadian 19th General of The Salvation Army
7th Prime Minister of Poland, Polish politician and economist (d. 2015).
Baroness Hollins English academic psychiatrist and academic
Massachusetts, USA; actor (Police Academy).
English journalist and businessman
American educator and the first president of Kepler College since 9/18/1999. She is an educational director and has lived in Pakistan since 1994. Joy is the author "Final Gifts."
German politician and economist German Minister of Economics and Technology
Rocker (Flo & Eddie / Turtles-Happy Together, Eleanor)
Peruvian politician, who was Mayor of Lima from 2003 to 2010. After being elected to a third term, he was again elected Mayor of Lima in 2015. His term lasts until December 2018. In 2000, he ran for the presidency of Peru. He won the fifth place with just 9% in 2011.
French left-wing intellectual convicted of several robberies, and mysteriously assassinated in Paris on 20 September 1979. His murder has been linked to the Grupos Antiterroristas De LiberaciA3n(GAL) death squad. Jean-Jacques Goldman, his half-brother, is a well-known French singer.
English singer, guitarist, and producer (Peter & Gordon)
England; singer (Peter & Gordon - "World Without Love")
Guitarist (Rounders -Holy "Boobs") Modal
German screenwriter and director producer (d. 2015).
German FR, coxsman (1960 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Austria -- Actor (Mephisto Out of Africa).
Austrian director and actor
Black & Decker is an American marketing chief. The company manufactures power tools and appliances. Archibald, who holds a BS from Harvard and a MBA from Harvard has spent a lot time supporting school events with eight of his children.
Actor, singer, musician
Italian-American industrialist, Mazzucchelli made his fortune by designing highways and towns in Africa, the Middle East and Saudi Arabia. Mazzucchelli, a consultant engineer based in Rome, managed the family's ASCO engineering company for 25 years.
Brazilian jazz musician and record producer
American journalist and author
Austrian actor, director and professor at Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna. Brandauer was the son of Maria Brandauer, Georg Steng. His father was German and his mother Austrian. He was raised in Altaussee with his grandparents, and later in Germany with his parents. Klaus Maria Brandauer was his maiden name.
NYC, New York -- Rocker/sax (Troglodyte and Bunch)
American actor and keyboard player (The Blues Brothers).
Dutch MP (VVD)
Japan -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-11)
Brooklyn, New York -- Actor (8 Men Out Harlem Nights).
Finnish politician and journalist
American journalist (d. 2006).
Pennsylvania, USA. CBS News correspondent (60 Minutes).
British television personality and producer. She entered the industry in 1965. She was the TV producer of "That's Life" as well as "The Big Time".
Author/director (Under the Olive Trees Close Up)
British Astrologer, Teacher, Organizer, Author, Researcher, Counselor, and a vital part of British Astrology for over 30 years. Since 1966, he has been a full-time professional. In 1966, he received his diploma from the Faculty of Astrological Studies. He was the President of British Astrological Association in 1973. This led to its expansion to 1,500 members. He co-authored "Mundane Astrology" …
English author and historian
English socioologist psychologist and academic
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Polish-American academic and painter (d. 2004).
American-Canadian football coach and player
An Israeli crystallographer, best known for her groundbreaking work on the structure and function of the ribosome. She is currently the director of the Helen and Milton A. Kimmelman Center for Biomolecular Structure and Assembly of Weizmann Institute of Science. She was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2009 with Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Thomas A. Steitz, and for her research …
American artist, painter, and critic. She has experimented with the relationship between her and the outside world.
Island Records was co-founded by an English record producer.
Australian composer and saxophonist (d. 2013).
American country singer, actor, songwriter and recording artist. Kristofferson was a star in 14 films by 1984. He played Barbra Streisand’s love interest in "A Star is Born" 1976, and "Songwriter 1984". In 1977, he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Musical. He has 16 albums of record to his name and the songs he wrote …
Raymond Buckland, a British-American witch, and her husband, opened Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick in Long Island, NY. In 1962, she and her husband moved to America.
Brazilian accordion player, composer
Singer (Dells-Open Up My Heart)
German/Swiss painter. She works on painting, sculpture and photography. First, she was married to Max LA 1/4 scher (a Swiss psychotherapist), then to Harald Szeemann (a Swiss curator and art historian). Una Szeemann was their daughter. She was born on April 4, 1975.
French writer (Born 1935)
Author and academic American physicist
French actor, TV host, and personality
American politician who was elected Mayor of San Francisco after the assassination of Mayor Moscone 11/27/1978. Later, he became US Senator.
American Satanist, who lived in a dark cottage with a black cat. He entertained guests in his living room with a tombstone as a coffee table. He was a popular and well-respected public speaker, psychic and was often booked months in advance at the peak of his career. He was a well-known personality who appeared on shows such as Johnny …
Indian singer and actor (d. 2005).
Russian orientalist historian and academic (d.2013)
Australian actress, author, and best-known for her roles in television and theatre.
Baron Wakeham English politician and businessman Leader of the House of Lords
Iranian royalty: The second wife of Shah of Iran. She met the Princess Ashraf while studying in London. She is the sister of Mohammed Reza Pahlavi. She met the Shah five days after the girls returned from their trip. They were married on 12/02/1951.
French diplomat who served his country as Ambassador to South Africa (1981-1984), Switzerland (91-1993), Liechtenstein (1992-1993), and China (1993-1996).
Dutch politician (VVD)
He was a French essayist and film director.
Russian cosmonaut (d. 1998)
French cultural philosopher and art critic. His childhood was spent in Casablanca. After his return to France in 1949, he attended LycA(c?)e Henri IV before studying at universities throughout France, Italy, and Ireland. Restany and Yves Klein maintained a strong relationship from their first meeting in 1955.
American family of distinction, Charles Lindbergh was the first child of pilot-writer Anne Morrow Lindbergh and aviator Charles Lindbergh. On 3/1/1932, he was abducted from his crib. The body was discovered on 5/12/1932. Bruno Hauptmann was convicted. This led to the Lindbergh law, which made kidnapping an offense federally.
France sport Champion
Italian mountain climber, journalist and explorer.
Russian astronaut and colonel engineer
American football player who played for the New York Giants in the 1952 NFL season. After leaving the NFL, he became a Dallas lawyer.
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
British ecclesiastic is a Roman Catholic priest who became politically involved and left the church to marry.
French archeologist, university-based archeologist who specializes in Roman antiquities.
American actor and director (d. 2014.)
Vermont, USA; comedian ("I Got a Secret To Tell the Truth")
American administrator professor and Dean of Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School of Management. Jacobs is the American business school dean with the longest tenure. He is known for his innovative management education methods and willingness to take risks.
Actress from Belgium (d. 2003).
Indian-English academic and historian (d. 2015).
France sport Champion
American physical culturist. He won the title of "Mr. America" on 5/21/1942, and then the title of "Mr. Universe".
Polish filmmaker (d.2015)
48th Prime Minister of Lebanon, Lebanese politician (d. 2014).
French architect and sculptor who designed Grand ThA(c]AC/tre de Luxembourg. It was built between 1960-64.
Belgium sport Champion
French soldier, who was awarded the Croix de Guerre for his service during World War II.
Hungarian-English scholar and theologian (d. 2013).
English historian and clinician (d. 2012).
Canadian physicist (d. 2004).
French filmmaker and writer of Corsican heritage who was naturalized a Swiss citizen in 1986.
American actor in 1950s; his films included "Niagara", (1953), and "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," (1952).
American fashion designer and businessman. He was a full partner of the firm "Maurice Rentner", a top manufacturer of women's wear. He was the leader of a $200 million-a-year empire by the 1970s.
Hungarian religious scholar and author
American choreographer, actor and director. In 1947, he was married to Marge and they danced together for 25 years in night clubs, theaters, films and TV. They were the most popular dance group of the 1950s. Their graceful and happy performances delighted all audiences. Their last performance together was in 1960 at "Sabrina Fair", a summer stock production. They both …
(Rep-R-Nevada, 1983- )
Brooklyn, New York -- Stage producer/director (Pirates of Penzance).
American politician and lawyer (d. 2013).
American computer scientist and engineer (d.2008)
American basketball player, who was a professional for one season (1949-50). He died: 5/25/1977, age 56.
American voice actor for animation (Bullwinkle) dies at the age of 66. He was born in 1920.
American academic and ethicist (d. 2013).
French journalist, reporter at J. Magazine, Ce soir, laEUR(tm)Express, Paris-Match, Marie-Claire, etc. He was the Art critic at Nouveau candide, editor-in-chief of Parents, and assistant editor-in chief of TA (c)lA(7)jours. Chabrun was also the author of "Goya," 1965.
Filipino politician and lawyer 14th President of the Senate of the Philippines
Illinois, USA. Voices in many radio, TV and movie roles, including in Disney characters. In 2006, Disney Legend was named for Illinois.
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American choreographer and dancer (d. 1980).
French fighter pilot and flying Ace of World War II.
American television announcer (d. 1982).
French journalist, who was later to become the managing editor of Le Monde. He died in Paris on September 27, 2010, at the age of just 94.
American track and field champion, world-record-holder pole vaulter.
Dutch composer and conductor (d. 1999).
Hungarian poet and author
Hungarian poet (d. 1989)
Poland -- Lawyer (Solidarity).
German actor in television and film, who died 26 April 1973 in Hannover (Lower Saxony), West Germany.
Mathilde of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha (d. 1983).
Princess Caroline Mathilde of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (d. 1983)
French baritone, especially associated with opera and operetta in France.
McGraw-Hill is an American publisher. Married twice and had three children.
Jazz pianist (Net als Toen)
Swimmer (1928 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
The Z3 computer was invented by a German engineer and computer scientist (d. 1995).
Baron Hunt Indian-English lieutenant, mountaineer
German photographer and photojournalist, also known as Germin.
English Tenor (Death In Venice) dies at 75 years old (born 1910).
Famous birthdays on June 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Choreographer / dancer (Casbah Stormy Weather).
Spanish royalty, a daughter to King Alfonso XIII Spain and Victoria Eugenie de Battenberg. She was King Juan Carlos' paternal aunt.
American producer and manager
US director (80 Days)
American film producer (d. 1960).
Peruvian painter associated with the indigenous movement. He was born into a family of Anglo–Hispanic Lima Oligarchy members with significant Swedish ancestors, Scots, and Italians. He began experiencing severe headaches in early 1960. After being examined, it was found that he had a malignant tumor located in the frontal area of his brain. He died on 15 July 1960 in …
American film producer (d. 1958).
Latvian poet and novelist (d. 1946).
Angers Military man
American Astrologer from Southern California, who joined the AFA June 1964.
American screenwriter, producer and artist, as well as journalist. His career spans more than 50 years and has included 60 films. He is widely regarded as one the most versatile and brilliant filmmakers of Hollywood's golden era. Wilder is one five-time Academy Award winner for The Apartment as a producer, director and writer.
American writer, wife to Charles Lindbergh (d. 2001).
England, United Kingdom -- Equestion 3 day event (1936 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
English philosopher and logician (d. 1990).
French physician and political advisor to Marshal Philippe PA (c)tain during World War II. He met Helmut Knochen, and attempted to negotiate on behalf of Charles de Gaulle.
American writer and pilot. American diplomat's daughter. She was the daughter of a U.S. Ambassador. They were married in 1929. She was a pilot and accompanied him on surveys to Asia and Europe. In 1930, they set a new transcontinental record and she became the first American woman to obtain a glider pilot's licence.
American gangster who was famous for his daring escapes and bank robbery during 1933-1934. He was regarded as Public Enemy Number One by the FBI and captured the attention of Americans for many years.
Pitcher (New York Giants), 253 wins, 2.97 lifetime ERA
American actress (Born in 1902)
An Olympic Champion French wrestler who won gold in Greco Roman wrestling at the 1924 Summer Olympics, Paris, in the heavyweight category. He was 73 years old when he died in ChamaliA"res (France) on July 7, 1975. For his achievements in professional wrestling, he was inducted into Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame 2013.
Actor (Music Man, Hello Dolly!)
French officer and explorer. He was a naval lieutenant who offered to lead the "CroisiA're Jaune" (Yellow Cruise), an automobile expedition organized in part by CitroAn. In August 1932, he committed suicide.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Actor / singer (Marge & Gower Champion Show)
Finnish coach and runner (d. 1947).
A Dutch Indonesian spiritual leader, with an Islamic background. He was given a spiritual vision as well as a Messianic message and called. Subud is a form Islamic mysticism that the supplicant initiates through the "latihan," which is a type of meditation and communal submission to divine insight. The devotee is "opened" during the latihan. This can be expressed in …
Wales, United Kingdom -- Actor (Quartet, Hidden Room, Double Confession)
St. Petersburg, Russia -- Mezzo-soprano (Met Opera 1943-47)