List of celebrities and famous people who were born on November 22nd
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
American-born son of Seal and Heidi Klum, singers and model. Henry and Leni have a sister from their mother's past relationship.
An Australian family legend, he is the son of actress Rachel Griffiths ("Six Feet Under") as well as Andrew Taylor, her husband. Named after Banjo Paterson (1864-1941), an Australian poet.
Auli'i Cravalho is an American actress known for her role as the voice of Moana in the Disney animated film Moana.
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Hailey Baldwin is a model known for her work with major fashion brands and her marriage to pop star Justin Bieber.
American singer and actress.
American actor, best known for Seance (2010) and Drama Club (2011).
Saul Niguez is a Spanish professional footballer known for his time playing for Atletico Madrid and the Spanish national team.
Khalil Sharieff, also known as KHALIL, is an American rapper known for his music and collaborations with other artists.
French actress, born to a guitarist teacher father and nurse mother. Her grandfather was Greek. Her parents sent her to acting classes when she was nine years old to help her overcome her shyness. She continued her lessons through 2005, when she appeared in Martha. Exarchopoulos made her television debut in 2006, when she was spotted and starred in an …
Isaac Brinker is a Vine Star known for his comedic content and sketches.
Vinny Mauro is a drummer known for his work with the band Motionless in White.
Nathan McLeod is a Canadian TV actor known for his role in the TV series 'The Next Step'.
Japanese actress and singer (Berryz Kobo ZYX, High-King).
South Korean singer/dancer (Infinite & Infinite H).
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Indian producer and DJ
Model and actress Miss World Philippines 2014 from Germany, Filipino
American baseball player
Belgian footballer from Morocco
Paralympic Games gold medalist (six times). He was known as "the blade runner" and was allowed to compete at the Olympics in London 2012. He was charged with the murder of Reeva Steenkamp, his girlfriend and top-model. He was found guilty in 2014 of culpable murder at his trial. Pistorius was sentenced to a five year sentence in prison for …
Sam Palladio is a British actor known for his role as Gunnar Scott in the TV series Nashville.
Filipino actress and host
Carly Rae Jepsen is a Canadian musician known for her hit song 'Call Me Maybe' and her critically acclaimed album 'Emotion'.
American football player
American singer and actress, she was first noticed by American moviegoers in 1998 when she appeared in "The Horse Whisperer", a film starring Robert Redford. She has had a busy film career. One of her most well-known films is "Lost in Translation", in which she stars with Bill Murray. She has also made at least two films directed by Woody …
Hunter Johansson is best known as the older brother of actress Scarlett Johansson.
Filipino mixed martial artist, wushu practitioner
American actor and singer
French screenwriter and actress
Canadian-Hong Kong actress and singer (Twins).
South Korean singer and actress
Senegalese basketball player
Estonian basketball player
Napster was founded by a businessman and computer programmer from America.
English-Gibraltarian footballer, coach
Russian high jumper
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
American illustrator (d. 2014.)
French actress, daughter Alain Doutey (filmmaker) and Arielle SA(c]mA(c]noff.
South Korean-American singer/songwriter and pianist (Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Native Korean Rock).
Canadian producer and DJ
Turkish basketball player
Swedish singer-songwriter/guitarist (Hello Saferide).
Finnish singer (HIM)
German businesswoman and boxer
German coach and footballer
Aruba -- Miss Universe 2nd Place (1996)
American sergeant (d.2015)
American baseball player
Canadian figure skater and coach
Langen, Germany -- Tennis star (1991 Futures-Paderborn-GER)
Eliana Michaelichen Bezerra is a Brazilian television host, actress, and singer, known for her work in Brazilian entertainment.
Alexandra Fusai is a retired professional tennis player known for her success in doubles competitions.
American Astronomer and Scholar
American baseball player and sportscaster
Olivier Brouzet is a former French rugby union player known for his successful career with the French national team and top club sides such as Toulouse and Montferrand.
Miss Singapore Universe (1997)
French freestyle skier.
English footballer coach and manger
Mexican producer and actress
Soccer player (Feyenoord, Go Ahead Eagles)
Defensive end (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Yokohama, Japan -- Tennis star (1995 semi-finalist Hobart)
Ottawa, Ontario -- Rower (1996 Olympics)
French dancer and teacher.
Coach and cricketer from Sri Lanka
English screenwriter and author
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Iranian illustrator and author
German athlete and track star for the German Democratic Republic prior to 1990
American ex-professional basketball player, convicted sex offenders
NFL defensive tackle (SD Chargers)
Sidse Babett Knudsen is a Danish actress known for her roles in the TV series Borgen and Westworld.
Canadian conductor and organist
Greenlandic-Canadian programmer and computer scientist created PHP
American man missing for three days, was trapped under a pile rubble in Kuwait. Before his family was informed of his loss, he was rescued.
German pro astrologer, coach.
Tenafly (New Jersey) -- Rower (1996 Olympics).
WNBA forward / centre (LA Sparks).
NFL linebacker (Dallas Cowboys)
American actor with boyish good look. In 1997, he landed a role in a Kenneth Lonergan play, "This Is Our Youth", in New York. This led to him being cast in Lonergan’s touching drama, "You Can Count On Me" 2000. He plays opposite Laura Linney, who is her younger brother. Both roles were praised by critics. He has since gone …
German tennis player. He was the youngest singles tennis champion in history at 17 years old. In 1985, he defeated Kevin Curren to win the Wimbledon Men's Singles Tennis title. He is known for his crashing skills, 150 mph service and exuberant talent. In 1986, he won his second Wimbledon. He has also won tournaments in Tokyo, Paris, Sydney and …
Quarterback (Oakland Raiders)
American lacrosse player and sportscaster
Dutch-Belgian speed skater coach, sportscaster
He was an American Astrologer, Teacher, and Minister. He was born with spina bifurca and had 25 operations before he turned 21. He was 12 years old when he became a minister in his church. His first sermon was preached in 1980. He was a delayed learner, but he persevered in school and earned honor roll grades. This allowed him …
French comedian and actress. For her role in "Tous les matins du monde", Alain Corneau directed, she won a CA(c),sar for Best Supporting Actress.
American commentator and pro-wrestler
An English politician and lawyer
South African screenwriter and producer of director producers
American producer and actor
New York, USA: actor (Eric Head of the Class).
London, England -- Actor (Young Sherlock Holmes)
French ex-footballer, who played in the midfield position at Paris Saint-Germain.
Former Italian policeman. He stole a bus on 11/30/2000 and shot and wounded the driver.
NYC, New York -- Biathelete (1994 Olympics).
Euclid (Ohio) -- Infielder (Philadelphia Phillies).
NFL cornerback (NO Saints).
American talent agent and film producer born in Britain
German manager and footballer
American porn actress
Estonian chess player
American basketball player.
NFL defensive back (Indianapolis Colts).
CFL Guard (Toronto Argonauts).
Ohio, USA; actor ("Faternity Vacation")
Whiteville, North Carolina -- LPGA Golfer (1992 Sara Lee Classic).
American screenwriter and producer of actor directors
Italian comedian and TV presenter.
NYC, New York -- WPVA volleyballer ("Manhattan Beach-7th" - 1994).
Russian engineer and author
Soprano South Korean operatic
Bangladeshi TV personality and poet
NFL inside linebacker (NE Patriots)
She is the granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway, an American writer and actress, and a sister to Margaux Hemingway.
Idaho, USA; actress (Manhattan Personal Best).
American computer programmer and author
English-Australian composer and pianist
American computer programmer
Dallas, Texas -- PGA golfer (1992 BC Open-2nd)
French actor in theatre and film, best known for being the French "clone" of British actor Hugh Laurie. He was a part of "Welcome to the Sticks" directed by Dany Boon. His career began in "Chouans!" He won the Cesar award for most promising actor (Philippe de Broca 1989). He starred in a TV movie with Eric Cantona.
French filmmaker, critic, writer. Carax is known for his poetic style, and his brutal depictions of love. Boy Meets Girl (1984) was his first major work. Other notable works include Les Amants du Pont-Neuf (1991), and controversial Pola X (99). His professional name is an anagram for his first name, 'Alex'. It could also be the name of his American …
Framingham, Massachusetts -- Nike Golfer (1994 NIKE Caroline-50th).
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Actress and politician from Australia-Canadian
American stage actor and voice actor
Jamie Lee Curtis is an American actress known for her roles in iconic horror films such as Halloween and her work as an author and activist.
French astrologer. His twin was born at 10.40.
Chattanooga (Tennessee) -- Pitcher (New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners).
Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist
California, USA; actress ("Anything But Love", Halloween
French doctor, who is the research director at the CRASH Foundation. This research centre of MA(c),decins Sans FrontiA"res focuses on French medicine.
American actress, Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis' daughter. When her parents divorced, she was just three years old. She was raised by her mother and stepfather Bob Brandt, a real estate agent. It wasn't until she was in her 20s that she made friends with her father. Despite her father having three children from different marriages, she stated that "we're …
French actor and disco singer, he is the son of musician GA(c).rard Gustin. He chose G.G. Junior is his stage name. He died in Los Angeles from an overdose on 8 July 1996.
rocker (Amazulu - "Excitable").
American television host and businessman
American illustrator and author
Scottish-Canadian keyboard player and singer (Styx),
American basketball player
American homicide: She was convicted of letting her 2-year-old daughter, dispose of the body and not informing the medical examiner. She was also convicted for neglecting and abusing her son, aged four years. She was also a former state prisoner and a victim to severe child abuse, rape, and neglect.
Flint, Michigan -- Cyclist (1975 World Sprint champ)
Estonian singer (Propeller & Ruja) (d.1994)
French politician who served as Minister for Environment, Sustainable Growth and Energy within the Ayrault Cabinet between 2 July 2013 and 31 March 2014.
French polo player. He is considered one of the greatest French players. After his playing career, he was appointed to be the trainer for the French Polo Team.
American conductor director, manager
Steve Van Zandt is a musician, songwriter, actor, and producer, best known as a member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band and for his role as Silvio Dante in The Sopranos.
American singer-songwriter and bass player (Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club).
Belgian pop singer.
American actor and guitarist (E Street Band Steel Mill, Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes).
American baseball player (murdered). (Born 1950).
Manager and player from Scotland
English footballer and cricketer
Chicago White Sox).
Asbury Park, New Jersey -- Rocker
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
French criminal lawyer. He was named France's most powerful by GQ magazine 2012 and also referred to as 'lawyer for gangsters'. On 17 March 2013, he was found floating in the ocean near his home, the BoAdic Island in Gulf of Morbihan. As a note seems to have been left, it is possible that he committed suicide.
American author and historian
Peruvian singer. Her musical genre is primarily Peruvian waltz, which is the most common music on the coast. Her singing career spans over four decades.
Canadian writer, astrologer and lecturer. He began his studies in 1973 and became a professional astrologer in 1977. He was an insurance underwriter between 1970-1977. In 1977, he became the Managing editor of "The Fraternity News", the national journal of F.C.A. He is also the co-founder of RAMC, a newsmagazine for astrologers about micro-computers.
American politician and physician 17th Surgeon General of The United States
Serbian manager and footballer
Serbian football manager
Officer from New Zealand Police (d. 1990).
Officer in New Zealand Police (d. 1990).
American actress in the TV series "Hill St. Cops" Blues."
English singer and guitarist (Foghat), (d. 2005).
American journalist and author
Norwegian diplomat, politician, sociologist.
American baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1973, 1974.
American baseball player. He was a right-handed infielder for the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees.
Sociologist / Dutch Undersecretary for Finance (PvdA).
Jamaican bass player and songwriter (The Wailers Band and Bob Marley and the Wailers).
French athlete who competed mainly in the 100m.
American computer scientist and academic
American television executive
American minor actor in TV and film. He is also a screenwriter and has had many scripts accepted for future films.
English publisher (Coventry Evening Telegraph).
Billie Jean King is a former professional tennis player and one of the most prominent advocates for gender equality in sports. She is best known for her iconic victory over Bobby Riggs in the 'Battle of the Sexes' tennis match.
French archbishop of Catholic Church. He is currently the Holy Roman Church's librarian and archivist.
American convicted rapist and murderer (executed). (Born 1943).
American tennis champion and entrepreneur. King, one of the most important women tennis players of the 20th century, put women's tennis on the maps in 1966 and has seen it grow ever since. She had 19 career titles by the time she was 33. King was an international standard.
California, USA; tennis pro (Wimbledon 1968, 1972, 1973, 1975).
American screenwriter and novelist
American screenwriter and novelist
(Rep-D-Georgia, 1983- )
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American screenwriter and author
Calgary, Alberta -- Rock drummer (Three Dog Night Joy to the World).
American homicide. Found guilty of the murder of his wife in Medford, MA on 8/26/1994 and sentenced to life without parole.
Russian politician and economist of Chechen origin. Although he left the communist party in august 1991, he played a crucial role in the 1993 constitutional crises.
Russian politician, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Russia, a native of the Chechen Republic; the most offensive russian politician.
Pennsylvania, USA, Colonel US Air Force/astronaut
American colonel pilot and astronaut
Scottish actor on stage, screen, and TV. The wry, velvet-voiced Scottish-Italian actor was trained at Glasgow's Royal Scottish Academy of Music as a classical pianist and then took up acting at Glasgow College of Drama. In 1972, he was given the role of "The Black and White Minstrels" and in "Savages" in which he became a star. Conti's popularity grew …
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Rocker (Blood, Sweat & Tears).
German biologist and physiologist (d. 2013).
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
American singer-songwriter (d. 1996).
American bass player and guitarist who formed "The Young Bloods" with Joe Bauer, Jerry Corbitt and Lowell Levinger in 1964. They released their first album in 1964 and continued to perform on the East Coast folk circuit until 1971.
American writer, producer and animator. He is also the set-designer. Gilliam is regarded as one of the most visual and enigmatic writer-directors in Hollywood. Gilliam has mastered the art of blending fantastic fantasy and naked reality, creating stunning visual designs. Gilliam's film "The Fisher King" was a major-stream success after he decided to stay outside Hollywood.
Andrzej Zulawski was a Polish film director and writer known for his intense and controversial films, such as 'Possession' and 'The Third Part of the Night'.
Minnesota, USA. Comedy writer-animator (Monty Python’s Flying Circus).
American comic book author
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
New Jersey, USA, actor (Candidate Beverly Hills Cop II).
American computer engineer and executive in the industry
Indian politician 24th Indian Ministry of Defence
Chinese-American academic and criminologist
American businessman and philanthropist, Delaware Museum of Natural History was founded (d. 2010).
Chinese-born American criminologist
American Du Pont family member and convicted murderer (d.2010)
Poland -- Cosmonaut (Soyuz 30-backup)
American producer of porno films, 16 mm. glossy Technicolor epics with a story line.
English screenwriter and actor
Canadian-American wrestler (d. 2016,)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Actor (Peter Occasional Wife).
USSR -- Pairs skater (1964, 68 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Scottish author of romance novels and thrillers in historical romance. In collaboration with Peggy Coghlan, he wrote fiction under several pseudonyms including Jessica Stirling. Rae was also a teacher in creative writing.
American merchandise marketer, third generation CEO of Cintas (a large national uniform rental company), Farmer, a college graduate with a degree in Business, is an ex-Marine who loves hunting and fishing.
Greek singer (d. 1999)
American mechanical engineer and CEO of Atlantic Energy, a power-generating utilities company. Huggard holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a MS in Production Engineering. He also served in the Navy. Huggard is interested in engineering, production, and manufacturing. He volunteers his time to run a local food bank.
American actor and director
New York, USA. Actor (Napoleon Solo, Man from UNCLE and I Spy).
French pianist, well-known for her interpretations and recordings of Franz Liszt's works, as well as Erik Satie's complete piano works.
British politician (d. 1983)
French singer and author.
American politician and lawyer (d. 2014).
English composer and organist
Enid (Oklahoma) -- Astronaut (Skylab 3 STS 9)
France sport Champion
American race car driver, whose career in NASCAR Grand National Series covered 1964-1966.
NASA selected him as an astronaut trainer on 6/28/1965. Skylab-3 was his second manned Skylab mission. He served as science-pilot from 7/28 aEUR 9/25/1973. STS-9 launched on 11/28/1983. This shuttle flight had an international crew for the first time.
British stage / film / opera director (Pedestrian)
Oklahoma, USA; astronaut (Skylab 3 STS-9).
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
Italian actress and cabaret performer. On 7 June 1953 she married Carlo Alberto Chiesa. He died in a car accident on June 2, 1960, leaving her widowed.
He was a Malawi politician and a prominent nationalist in the fight for independence of MalawiaEUR(tm). He was also a leader of Nyasaland Africa Congress, and served as Minister of Education and Minister for Foreign Affairs during the 1960s. He fled the country following the 1964 Cabinet Crisis.
American activist and historian of law
He was a French actor and comedian who, along with AndrA(c] Gaillard, created the comedy duo "Les FrA'res ennemis," which was very popular in France in the 1960s and 1970s. He vanished driving a Peugeot 504 on the 1st of November 1984.
British noble (d.2008)
American business executive with gulf, western industries inc. since 1958. He was married once and had two children.
English politician and priest (d. 2008).
United States -- Diver (1956 Olympics- Silver Medalist).
England, United Kingdom -- Equestrian jumping (1956 Olympics – Bronze Medalist).
Tenor sax player
German-American academic and scholar (d. 2013).
St P?-de-Bigorre EXecutives
American inventor (d.2007)
American basketball player
American businessman founded Nautilus Inc. (d. 2007).
American baseball player and coach (d.2007)
Columbia Heights Military man
New York, USA. Hornist/composer (Visitation).
French playwright, journalist and screenwriter.
American horn player composer and performer (d. 2015).
American pilot (d.2014)
American actress known for her performances in Tennessee Williams' plays. Page was more comfortable on the stage than in film roles, and is considered to be the best dramatic actress of American Theater. She received eight nominations for Best Actress for her roles in films such as "Summer and Smoke", and "Sweet Bird of Youth" and was awarded the Oscar …
Missouri, USA; actress (Interiors Trip to Bountiful).
Italy sport Champion
Rosy Varte was a French actress known for her roles in French cinema and television.
Belgian comics artist, best known for his comic series Corentin, published in Le Lombard. It first appeared in Tintin's first issue.
Piéral was a French actor known for his work in French cinema and theater.
Canadian producer and director of actor
Israeli actress and theater personality. She holds the world record for longest theater career.
American singer-songwriter/pianist (d. 2006).
Azerbaijani composer (d.1984)
Kirovabad, Russia -- Azerbaijani composer (Shur)
The AR-15 rifle was designed by an American engineer and weapons designer (d. 1997).
Indonesian politician and general 10th Governor of Jakarta (d.2012)
Author and playwright of a play about an Irish sailor (d. 2003).
Castorama was founded by a French businessman in 1969. It is a French retailer that sells DIY and home improvement supplies.
He was an Italian Olympic gold medalist fencer and he won the Rome gold in 1960.
French geneticist, anthropologist and hematologist. He created the discipline of blood typing that allows the study of blood characteristics to trace the history of people and their migrations.
Actress from Israel-English (d. 1956).
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Irish politician (d. 1976)
Biochemist / toxicologist
Irish civil rights activist (d. 1976).
Germany Military man
American politician and captain (d. 2009).
Layperson of Roman Catholic Church. Beatified by the Catholic Church on 29/04/2001. He is the first Puerto Rican and first Caribbean-born layperson to be beatified in American history.
Epinal Military man
Nobel Prize laureate in Biophysics and Physiology (d. 2012).
Australian playwright and author (d. 2010).
Nantes Military man
Born in Burma as a British citizen, he is a military commander and author. He was an honored war hero when he served in military during WW II. His 1955 romance with Princess Margaret brought him to public attention. The relationship ended because he was not considered a suitable suitor.
Costa Rican poet and member of the Costa Rican Academy of Language. He was a student at the University of Costa Rica's School of Arts. He was a teacher at many secondary schools. Many of his poems were published. He also wrote an invaluable chronicle of construction of Costa Rica's National Theater, The National Theatre: Notes for the biography of …
War hero courtier writer
Norwegian historian. He was made professor at the Norwegian College of Teaching and wrote many articles and books, mainly on Norwegian social history and the history of Norwegian labour movement.
British composer and foremost authority on opera who revived interest through his 1945 "Peter Grimes" and other works, as well as compositions for motion picture soundtracks.
French figure skater and coach
La Tour d'Auvergne Journalist
American tennis player and coach
American heiress, No. Forbes magazine ranked her 18th on its 1993 list of the 400 richest Americans. She was a mother to three children, one of whom died in her first marriage. She was 6' tall and played the cool jazz piano. Although she wasn't given much credit for her business acumen or brains, Duke was able to find every …
French Resistance fighter and politician.
Montagny Military man
Italian cyclist who won Gold Medals at the Los Angeles Olympics' bicycling event, 1932.
American actress (d. 2005).
Famous birthdays on November 22nd for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Bishop of Haarlem Netherlands (1966-83)
Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant was founded by a Russian engineer (d. 1970).
American traveler, a passenger on the Hindenburg Drigible. He jumped through flame girders 15 feet to save himself after the crash.
Le Havre physician
French photographer and painter, and lover and muse Pablo Picasso. She was the daughter a Paris-based Yugoslav architect and a French artist. She studied painting in Paris, and was a fan of the surrealists during the 1930s. She had her first Paris exhibit in 1937.
Italy sport Champion
Beverly, Massachusetts -- Actor (Border River and Bounty Hunter).
Admiral, a French naval officer who was killed in Paris on 26 October 1976.
NYC, New York -- Actress, (Henrietta Topper, Maltese Falcon).
philosopher (Coming to Defeat Communism).
Belgium sport Champion
French philosopher and specialist in pre-Socratic Greek thought. She died in 1997, on the 27th of May.
French physicist and Nobel Prize laureate (Born in 1904)
Mexican artist, caricaturist and ethnologist. He was a man with many talents. He also designed the costumes and sets for Caroline Dudley Reagan’s La Revue Negre, which starred Josephine Baker. This theatre show made him a star in Paris. On 4 February 1957, he died.
French physicist, who was responsible for the most significant work in the theory of magnet materials. He worked originally in Strasburg. He moved to Grenoble in 1940 and was instrumental in the establishment of Grenoble as one of France's most prominent scientific centers. In 1970, Neel was awarded the Nobel Prize for his idea of antiferromagnet, a magnetic material that …
Asni?res Military man
Boston, Massachusetts -- Actor. (Mama and Smothers Brothers).
Japanese novelist (Born in 1904)
French general (d. 1947)
French general (Born 1902)
French general (d. 1947)
Italian-American gambler, mafia boss. He was the leader of the U.S. underground, and was convicted for violating New Jersey's gambling laws in 1951. He died allegedly from a heart attack, in Ancona, Italy on 11/26/1971
Rhodesian politician (d. 1990)
French military; served in Morocco, and was a valorous soldier in Europe and Africa during WW II. Marshal of France. After completing the St. Cyr military academy, Leclerc was commissioned in cavalry. He gained combat experience in fighting tribal rebellions in Morocco before entering World War II. As a captain of the 4th Division, he began WWII. It saw its …
Cellist (Chicago Symphony Orchestra).
French Canadian Ice Hockey Player (Born in 1902)
English-Rhodesian politician, 15th Governor of Southern Rhodesia (d. 90)
Austrian-American educator and cellist (d. 1942).
Spanish composer and pianist (d. 1999).
German playwright and author.
Italian statistician, once married, 6 children.
American actress and humanitarian, U.S. Fund for UNICEF was founded in 1987.
Welsh novelist and journalist (Born 1900).