List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 22nd
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102015
American notable offspring, the grand-daughter of billionaire, politician, and businessman Mike Bloomberg. Heiress to his fortune of $36 billion, she is.
American child of well-known parents. His father is Tom Colicchio, and his mother Lori Silverbush. Mateo is Mateo's third child.
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002003
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American family of note, the son and daughter of TV talk-show host Ricki lake and her artist husband Rob Sussman (8 lbs, 4 oz.
Colombian tennis player
French notable family, grandson of President Jacques Chirac, and the son of Claude Chirac Thierry Rey.
Nick Robinson is an American TV actor known for his role in the movie 'Love, Simon'.
RJ Cyler is an American actor known for his roles in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and Power Rangers.
Belarusian tennis player
Polish pornographic actress
American porn actress and American DJ
American child from a well-known family; the son of Kathie Lee (and Frank Gifford).
Princess of Britain
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Japanese actress and model
South Korean actress and singer (d. 2013).
Alex Woodrow is a bassist known for his work with the band 'Rancid'.
American baseball player
South Korean actress and singer (T-ara).
Danish professional cyclist
Lizzie Brocheré is a French actress known for her roles in American Horror Story and The Strain.
Polish-born German soccer/football star.
TV Show Host
US movie editor/Son of MGM-chief Frank D., dies on 26
American mixed martial artist
French singer, the son of Joe Dassin, a French-American singer, and Jules Dassin (a American film director).
American singer-songwriter and dancer Danity Kane
Scottish ice dancer
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American guitarist (Jubilee & The Icarus Line).
Dominican baseball player
Bergmann; Miss Kansas Teen-USA (1997).
Rani Mukerji is an Indian actress known for her work in Bollywood films, including notable performances in movies like 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' and 'Black'.
American homicide. A member of the World Church of the Creator in Illinois, a white supremacist church that was one of the fastest growing hate groups in the world in 1999. When Ben Smith went on a shooting spree to kill blacks and Jews over the Fourth of July weekend, the church called him "a martyr of white race".
American Ice Hockey Player
British tiger trainer, who has worked at both Ringling Bros circus and Barnum & Bailey Circus. She showed remarkable initiative and chose a unique career path for herself. She praises her cats and gives them a lot of love when she goes into the cage. An attractive blonde, she delivers a memorable act.
American hockey player who plays defense for the Washington Capitals. He previously played for the New York Rangers and Edmonton Oilers.
American football coach and player
Canadian-American drummer (Limp Bizkit)
Williams in Washington DC; actress (Laura-Family Matters).
Dutch player in field hockey
American producer and actor
American actress. Her most notable roles include Tiffany Wilson's role in White Chicks (2004), Dr. Amber Volakis (Fox series House), Lura Grant (Big Love) and Francine Hanson (AMC series Mad Men). She also appeared in The Book Group, a British television series.
Czechoslovakia: Tennis star.
Guillermo Diaz is a TV actor known for his role as Huck in the TV series Scandal.
USA; actor (Tim Truman - Sunset Beach).
safety (Atlanta Falcons).
Czech-Monacan tennis player
American sports agent
American basketball player: centre/forward, Raptors
Rhys Darby is a New Zealand comedian and actor known for his role as Murray Hewitt on the TV show Flight of the Conchords.
South African-born Italian rugby player
TV Show Host
Miss Universe - Korea (1996)
English producer and singer-songwriter
English choreographer and dancer
American football coach and player
Belgian Flemish singer. Flanders' most famous singer of Dutch-language vocal music is Land van ons twee. This Dutch version of The Power of Love, she is known as. In 1989, she began her career as a duet partner with Erik van Neygen (22 years older than Sanne). Erik was the producer and manager for Sanne. However, they were also a …
Kansas, United States -- Actor ("Tim Truman-Sunset Beach")
NFL defensive end (Detroit Lions).
Canadian ice-skater who won medals starting in 1994 and was named world champion in 1998. He won a Silver Medal at the 1994 Olympics as the first quadruple jump combo in international competition. For many years, Stojko was a household name in Canada and around the globe. He was considered a national hero. Stojko is a disciplined player, who meditates …
American basketball player.
French soccer (soccer), player in the midfield role. He played in the 1999 UEFA Cup final while at Marseille.
American athlete (a pitcher and a player in baseball) who crashed his plane into an apartment building in New York on October 11, 2006.
Prince of the Netherlands
WLAF linebacker (Scotland Claymores).
tight end (New Orleans Saints).
Ontario, Canada; ice skater (Olympics-silver-1994).
American athlete, mostly minor league pro baseball player, and twin to Cory Lidle.
Dutch royalty, the third son of Princess Margriet and Prince Piester van Vollenhoven, the grandson of Juliana and Bernhard.
Will Lee is a TV actor known for his role as Mr. Hooper on the children's television show Sesame Street.
Keegan-Michael Key is a comedian known for his work on the sketch comedy show Key & Peele.
Norwegian singer (Come Shine)
South Korean runner
Arizona, USA; 200 metre/400 metre runner.
Minnesota, USA; US hockey defenseman (Olympics-1994).
American athlete, defensive tackle. He played professional football from 1992 to199. His first three seasons were with San Diego, and his final season with the New England Patriots.
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Defensive tackle (Oakland Raiders).
Mikaël Ollivier is a French author known for writing young adult fiction novels.
Dominican Republic; pitcher (Los Angeles Dodgers).
Norwegian composer and trumpet player
Norwegian guitarist and producer (Mayhem) (d. 1993)
Italian professional cyclist who has been in the Tour de France three years running. Cipollini started his professional career in road racing in 1989 and is known for his exceptional ability as a sprinter.
Scottish-English footballer (d. 2011)
American basketball player for Orlando Magic. He was previously with the Celtics, and the Miami Heat.
American fraudster who founded a bogus company called ZZZ Best Co. at 21. He then sold stock on the stock exchange over the following years. ZZZZ was founded by him at 16 as a legitimate carpet-cleaning business that he operated out of his parents garage. He eventually turned the business into an investment fraud and scammed investors and banks out …
Jan Lundgren is a Swedish jazz pianist known for his lyrical and melodic style.
Safety in the NFL (Atlanta Falcons).
Latvian politician and academic 11th Minister for Defence of Latvia
English academic and scientist
California, USA; infielder (Houston Astros).
San Francisco Warriors).
Filipino politician and lawyer
Saskatoon (Saskaton), Saskatchewan -- NHL right-wing (Anaheim Mighty Ducks).
Canadian ice hockey player (Born in 1965).
New South Wales, Australia; Australasia Golfer.
Italian soccer player; he was part of Italy's international soccer team. He played in the 1986 world soccer tournament in Mexico.
South Yorkshire, England; rocker (Human Leauge - "Human").
Florida, USA; pitcher (California Angels).
Finland; hockey defenseman (Team Finland).
Italian-born actor Anthony Quinn and his second wife are the children of a prominent Italian family. In 1985, he made his acting debut. His performance in "Platoon", a 1986 film, established his reputation as an actor in his field.
German journalist, television and radio presenter.
Francesco Quinn was an Italian-American actor known for his roles in movies such as Platoon and The Dark Knight. He was also the son of actor Anthony Quinn.
in Spain; tennis star.
Australia; golfer (1993 T50 Alpine Australia Ladies).
Western Australia; Australasia golfer.
Nicole Holofcener is a director known for her work on independent films such as 'Walking and Talking' and 'Enough Said'.
Italian voice actress, singer, dialogue writer, director, and director.
rock vocalist (Face To Face).
Estonian politician and historian
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
Mexican-American TV writer and executive
California, USA; actor (Full Metal Jacket Pacific Heights).
English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Crucial three and The Spitfire Boys).
Australian softball catcher (1996 Olympics, Bronze Medalist).
England; rocker (Sinful).
American pro-astrologer from Long Island, NY, the author "The Wildman, The Earth and the Stars", 1994. Federal Express had been his employer for many years. A back injury in the years before gave him more time to write, which led to his radical approach towards harmonics.
American blogger activist and producer
Dutch TV host, writer, and actress
American singer and actress
Maria Teresa Grand Duchess of Luxembourg is a member of the Luxembourgian royal family and is known for her philanthropic work and advocacy for humanitarian causes.
American wife of Daniel Pelosi
Western Australia; Australasia golfer.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Latvian politician and physician 7th President of Latvia
French lawyer who represented several people involved in financial and political scandals in the 1990s.
American actor (d. 2001).
American football player. He is a defensive and interior lineman for the Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals.
French business executive, noted family member, and one of three sons to industrialist Yves Rocher (famous for his "natural" cosmetics). He succeeded his father as president of Yves Rocher Group in June 1992. In 1993, he took drastic measures to fire up to 230 employees, and reorganize the entire family business, which was on the verge of collapse. The company …
Actor (Against the Innocent).
Andrews; American politician (Representative-Democrat-Maine).
American singer and songwriter (The Church).
Secretary of State for Scotland: Scottish politician and lawyer
New York, USA. Sportscaster/talkshow host (Later).
California, USA; rocker ("Iron Butterfly")
Goran Bregovic is a prominent musician known for his work in the Balkan music scene, particularly for his compositions for Emir Kusturica's films.
Bosnian singer and guitarist (Bijelo Dugme & Jutro).
English actress (d. 2012).
Scottish darts player (d. 2012)
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French actress. She is being hailed as France's Katharine Hepburn. Ardant is a well-respected and popular actress from France, where she first gained international attention for her starring role as GA(c)rard Depardieu's opposite in FranASSois Truffaut's"La Femme d'A cA'tA (c).
Jean-Michel Aulas is a French businessman and the founder and CEO of CEGID Group. He is best known for being the president of the French football club Olympique Lyonnais.
Director (Brighton University)
Italian drummer who has been a member of Le Orme since 1967.
British journalist (Born 1949)
English theatre composer
American television journalist
Australian cartoonist, journalist, actor, and actor. Richards studied theatre before moving to television. He appeared in "Matlock Police", which ran from February 1971, and "Sons and Daughters," which ran from November 1981 through mid-86. Richards also appeared in 1976's film, "Dawn." His relationships with Rowena and Belinda Wallace soared the show's ratings. Richards was back on the last episode of …
American bass player (The McCoys and Montrose). (d. 1993).
British playwright, composer and impresario. He is best known for his hit shows of late 20th century and early 21st century. Lloyd-Webber collaborated with Tim Rice to create his first three hits, "Joseph and the Amazing Tehnicolour Dreamcoat" 1968, "Jesus Christ superstar," 1970, and "Evita" 1978. 1981 was his greatest success. In 1992, he was made a Knight of the …
French novelist and politician.
Netherlands; rock guitarist (Easybeats).
Percussionist (Hot Chocolate – "You Sexy Thing")
Coach and player of Dutch basketball
British pro-astrologer and author "Suns and Lovers" Penny was trained as a psychotherapist at the School of Therapeutic Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy in 1990. Her reputation as a smart, blonde woman was marred by public revelations about Princess Diana, her famous client. Many astrologers found it unprofessional for her to reveal the private life of her client to media. Her Faculty …
Basketball player (Houston Rockets), / coach (Detroit Pistons).
American mathematician and computer scientist, as well as a science fiction author and philosopher. He is also one of the founders and leaders of cyberpunk's literary movement. He is a fiction author as well as non-fiction writer. His novels in the Ware Tetralogy (Software and Wetware), won the Philip K. Dick Awards. He edits the science fiction website Flurb.
Israeli composer and viola player
Schaap]; Dutch singer/guitarist, (Saskia & Serge).
Baritone (Boughton Bethlehem and Britten 5 Canticles).
English academic and physicist
American producer and screenwriter
Spanish actor in theatre who appeared in Spanish productions of Hamlet (1970), and The Lady of the Camellias (78).
American talent coordinator for "The Tonight Show." Johnny Carson introduced McLean Stevenson to them, and they married on December 8, 1980. This was his second marriage, and Ginny's. Lindsay was born in Beverly Hills, CA on 22 January 1982 at 16:24.
French politician, ex-member of the Rally for the Republic, (RPR), currently the leader for the ruralist Hunt, Fish, Nature, Traditions party (CPNT).
"Tony McPhee"; rocker (Sad Go Round).
English singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Yardbirds Renaissance, Armaggedon) (d.76).
American Astrologer, who moved to Raanan in Israel. She writes columns, gives talks, and does astrology readings. She is also the director of an English-language theatre in a large city. She writes and produces plays and gets a lot of newspaper publicity. She wrote that her first play would be produced on March 9, 1996. All four children (two of …
Pennsylvania, USA; singer/guitarist "Greatest Love of All".
He was a French swimmer who won a gold medal in the 100m freestyle at the 1962 European championships. In 1964, he held the world record.
Canadian amateur sports executive
Zurich, Switzerland -- Actor. (Strapless. Wings of Desire).
American astrologer, who blends astrology with music in new ways. He earned his BA and MA in music at the Manhattan and Juilliard schools of music. He is also a certified Yoga teacher and member of the Aquarian Federation of Healing. His music has won many ASCAP awards for theater and film. His astrological music has been featured at many …
English actor and guitarist (Chad & Jeremy).
American poet and academic
Second President of Mauritius, Mauritian politician
At 45, Doctor/Actor (Killing Fields) dies
Canadian ice hockey player
German author on German History and member of the House of Hohenzollern
Author and actor in the Cambodian-American medical profession (d. 1996).
American priest, one of many who have been sued for sexual abuse. Reverend Frost served as a parish priest in Canton, MA from 1988 to 1988. He was then transferred to Milton and Readville following allegations that he had molest young parishioners, including Kevin McDonough. He was put on "sick leave" in 1992 by the Archdiocese. He had not been …
vice-chancellor (Lancaster University).
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French billionaire and engineer, who is the chairman of Vicat Group.
Estonian chess player (d.2012)
American composer and pianist
German athlete. He became the first non-American to win the Olympic 100 meters in 1960.
American composer and trumpet player
French professional cyclist, who rode from 1960 to 1967.
British singer, born in British South Africa, who is very popular in Britain and Canada.
Italian TV announcer since the inception of Italian TV.
American union leader (d.2008)
Author/playwright of "Are You Lonesome Tonight"
Kenya; country singer ("Durham Town").
American CEO and executive in charge of Hubbell Corporation, a large corporation that manufactures electrical products and telecommunications equipment. Ratcliffe is a college graduate with an A.B. in Businees degree and a JD degree. He enjoys spending time with his dogs and the leisurely activity of trout fishing.
President (British Law Society).
Author/playwright of "Are You Lonesome Tonight"
Sweden -- Actress (Young Lions), / Wife to Sammy Davis Jr
New York, USA. Actor (Wildcats and War Party).
American baseball umpire and player (d. 2013).
American politician elected as a senator from Utah in 1976. He served as a senator for 12 years. He had been a practicing lawyer for 13 years before his 1976 election. He is married and a Mormon. He resides in Salt Lake City.
President (Royal College of Physicians).
English comedian (d. 1994).
Singer and actress from Sweden, American
American actor (d.2013)
Iranian politician and economist 1st President
Netherlands sport Champion
Italian singer who performed between 1957 and 2004.
American blues musician, harmonica player, guitarist. Lightnin' Hopkins and Jimmy Reed were influential on Bonner. Bonner sang songs such as "Life is a Nightmare", “Struggle Here In Houston", and "Going Back to the Country", describing the grim prospects of urban black life. He also played guitar, harmonica, and drums.
American journalist and chess grandmaster (Born 1932).
Dutch scientist, professor in medicine, D66 politician, Dutch minister of health, welfare and sport, and honorary minister of state.
Canadian-American actor, TV and film best known for his role as Starship Commander James T. Kirk in the 1966-1969 series Star Trek. The role he played was a part of his life for over three decades, both on television and in movies. His other TV credits include "The Explosive Generation" 1961, "T.J. Hooker", 1983, in which he was a cop, …
Translator / writer
Nobel Prize laureate.
American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics
Netherlands sport Champion
American director, scriptwriter and producer. His works include "Love at First Bite," which he produced (starring George Hamilton and Susan St. James), and "Freebie and the Bean" with Alan Arkin. He was 60 years old when he died in Beverly Hills, CA on January 21st 1991.
Welsh comic author, best known for "The Virgin Soldiers", his comic book.
American composer and lyricist. His scores include lyrics for "West Side Story" (Gypsy) and the music and words for "A Little Night Music." Tony's, Grammy's, and the New York Drama Critics Award are just a few of his honors. Many films and TV have been co-written by him, including "The Last Of Sheila," which is a movie, and "Topper," which …
American evangelical evangelist, author, and media mogul. Newsweek magazine named Robertson one of America's One Hundred Cultural Elite. In recognition of his unwavering support, he was awarded the Defender of Israel Award by the Christian's Israel Public Action Campaign on January 24, 1994.
New York, USA. Lyricist/composer.
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Japanese sculptor and painter
Italian soccer player. He was 76 years old when he died in Florence on October 9, 2005.
American basketball coach and priest (d.2011)
CEO (British Waterways Board)
Soldier / historian
Figure skating trainer
American fashion editor (d. 2001).
American academic and author critic
American social commentator
American CEO and executive in charge of Allied Signal. Hennessey studied finance, accounting and manufacturing with a BS degree from Fairleigh Dickinson. He is known for being a hardworking boss who has long-term goals.
American basketball player and coach
American baseball player. Right-handed pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies, 1950-1953.
Biochemist / geneticist
Provost Emeritus (Blackburn).
He was a Scottish poet and scholar of South American literature. His lighthearted style of poetry and his translations of South American poets Jorge Luis Borges (and Pablo Neruda) were his trademark. His own poems were noticed, even though he was well-known for his translations. He lived in Spain and the United States, as well as in Argentina, Mexico, Chile …
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Mexican chemist, co-inventor the progestin Norethindrone that is used in the first three oral contraceptives.
CEO (Council of Science and Technology Institutes).
Turkish screenwriter and director producer
New York, USA. TV announcer (Late Night With David Letterman).
USA Today was founded by an American journalist and author (d.2013).
Russian colonel pilot, engineer (d. 1960).
Marceau, French pantomime actor, actor, author and creator of "Bip", the internationally recognized white-faced clown, was awarded two Emmys. He also received a Knighthood in France's Legion of Honor, an Officer's rank of the National Order of Merit, and comedy rank in France's National Order of Arts and Letters of France. Marceau is also the founder of the Compagnie de …
American actor (d. 2003).
American politician and lieutenant governor of Ohio 62nd Governor (d. 2013).
Pakistan -- Sheik / Premier
Screenwriter (Rebel Without a Cause).
Italian screenwriter, actor, and director of comedy and drama. After WW II, he was a stage director and actor, as well as a radio personality. Manfredi started his film career by performing voice-overs, which included dubbing the voices of other actors. This was a common practice in Italian films. His first appearance onscreen was in 1949. This marked the beginning …
American politician, 62nd Governor for Ohio between 1971-1975.
Netherlands -- Foreign Minister (KVP).
Grodek (Poland) -- Actor (Mr Lucky Wild Wild West).
American Oscar-winning Hollywood fashion designer. He rose to prominence with MGM's top clients, designing clothes that created the illusion of perfection for the beautiful women he dressed. He was awarded the Oscar for "Adventures of Don Juan", 1949, and two Emmy's for television specials in 1980 and 1985.
American actor and singer (d.92)
Canadian politician and businessman 23rd Lieutenant Governor Prince Edward Island
The Leeds International Pianoforte Competition was founded by an English pianist and educator
German-American singer and actor (d. 2000).
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American Astrologer, Researcher and Editor. She was a draftsman for 15 years and served as editor of an avant-garde poetry journal for five years. She is an internationally recognized Hebrew translator, and was the editor of "Kosmos", 1988.
American illustrator (d. 1990).
French adventurer who tried to fly with bird-like wings. LA(c)o Valentin is often considered the most well-known "birdman" of all times. His nickname was "Valentin, The Most Daring Man in All of the World".
France sport Champion
Guyanese politician, 4th President of Guyana (d. 1997).
Dentist / founder PPP / Guyanese Premier (1953, 1957-64)
Vice-chancellor (Exeter University)
American singer and actress (d. 2004).
Canadian-American mathematician (d. 2006).
English actor (d.2013)
New York, Orchestra leader (Jerry Lewis Show and Flip Wilson Show).
Dutch actress/director (Bluejackets).
American geneticist who played an important role in the development and promotion of human genetics in the United States. He was an early researcher who studied sickle cell disease and did research on the radiation effects on Hiroshima survivors. He died in February 2000.
Russian actor and author (Born 1915).
France Military man
Norwegian rifle shooter, Olympic champion. At the 1952 Summer Games in Helsinki, he won gold in three 50-meter rifle positions. He competed in the 1956 and 1960 Summer Olympics. From 1947 to 1954, he won 13 medals in both individual and team events at the ISSF World Shooting Championships.
Baron Stokes, an English businessman (d.2008)
American illustrator and author (d. 1993).
Steven Spielberg described him as a "great titan" of the industry, and he was an American film studio agent. His career began in 1936 when he was a booking agent at the Music Corporation of America (MCA). He was appointed chairman of the company ten years later after expanding the MCA's market to include actresses and actors. He was able …
American politician and Governor of Oregon, 1966-1974. He was a liberal Republican and was well-known as an environmentalist and trailblazer. He is also the author of "Maverick", 1977.
Synanon, an American drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, was founded in 1958 by the American founder. In the 1950s, this crusty guru arrived in California as an alcoholic and a loser. He had a strict German Catholic education and was a graduate of Notre Dame. He went through a variety of jobs before he left, leaving behind two divorces. He …
Pilot and soldier from Turkey (d. 2001).
Nashville, Tennessee -- Actor (Jungle Heat, Lucky Johnny)
Turkish combat pilot (d. 2001)
American actor, commercial pitchman and writer. He is also the president of The Motion Picture Academy. Malden was the Everyman in his film career. Malden was versatile and played a variety of roles, from priests to gangsters to heroes to heavies to ordinary men trying to survive in this world. Malden, who struggled to find work in theater in the …
Canadian-American painter, educator (d. 2004).
Admiral dies at 82
American vintage sci-fi pulp author from the 1930s. He died 2 April 1994.
Blaye Military man
English author and sailor (d. 1979).
England, United Kingdom -- Writers (Cruel Sea).
French suicide, the child of Jules-Henri Desfourneaux. After refusing to accept his father's job, he committed suicide on 2 November 1934.
Famous birthdays on March 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Canadian educator and author (d. 1983).
Composer / playwright
American poet and author (d. 1988).
Australian tennis player (Born 1908)
English activist for animal rights, vegetarian, anti-vivisectionist, and spiritualist who died on the 20th of November 1993.
France sport Champion
US Secretary of Commerce (1969-72).
Lucia dos Santos is best known for being one of the three children who reported witnessing apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Fátima, Portugal in 1917.
French stage director and actor.
American diplomat and general Ambassador to France, United States (d. 1990).
A Portuguese child is noted for the Miracle of Fatima, which took place on 13 October 1917 at 1:30 PM GMT. Three children from a peasant family, Lucia dos Santos, Jacinta Marto and Francisco Marto, witnessed a miracle near Fatima in Portugal. It is a small rural community about 90 miles north-east of Lisbon. Lucia, Francisco, and Jacinta were tending …
Kosinzev Russian director.
US choreographer/balet leader (Diaghilev and Pygmalion).
French master perfumer and author. He is well-known for creating some of most popular perfumes in the world such as Dior's Eau Sauvage, Diorissimo and Rochas Femme. Many of his creations can still be found today. His Christian Dior scents established him as one of the most respected perfumers of all time.
Meudon Military man
French film director, who was a key part of avant-garde films, mostly documentaries, and pioneer of film art media with "Maillol" 1942.
American cartoonist (d. 1987).
US pilot / Admiral (WWII Pacific Ocean)
French civil aviation wireless operator and teammate of Jean Mermoz.
Scottish lecturer and author, as well as a consultant psychologist. He is the author of "When and How to Stop Smoking" 1963, "Challenge of the Middle Years" 1964 and "Cost of Loving” 1964.
The Van Nelle Factory was designed by a Dutch architect (d. 1949).
French composer and actress (d. 2008).
Astrologer from America and long-standing AFA member. He died in Spartanburg (SC) on January 22, 1982.
writer (Lace Curtain).
Austrian-American painter (d. 1991).