List of celebrities and famous people who were born on May 24th
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102014
Three people were killed and one more was injured when a gunman opened fire on the museum. The attack occurred just days before European elections.
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002006
An Australian celebrity family member. She is the daughter of tennis champ Pat Rafter, and Lara Rafter, a model, and was born to a famous Australian family member. India is the second and first child of the couple.
World Music Singer
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
American baby who died shortly before 11:00 am on 2/09/1997. He was allegedly murdered by Louise Woodward, an English teenager caring for him. Because she was annoyed by the baby's crying on February 2, 1997, she had shaken him. He was then taken to the hospital where he was placed on life support.
Prince Joseph Wenzel of Liechtenstein
Beautiful brunette French-Spanish woman, she was a candidate for Miss Roussillon (His father murdered her shortly before the election). Francisco Benitez also murdered his wife Marie-JosA(c), Allison's mother (married in 2006).
Estonian basketball player
American motorcycle racer (d.2014)
Welsh discus thrower
Japanese singer (Cute & ZYX).
Japanese actor and singer
American racing driver
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
English race car driver
American actress killed by suspected gang members in an attack on her apartment complex in Inglewood (California) on 21 October 2005
New Zealand actress and dancer
Russian player in ice hockey
Argentinian actresses and singers
Canadian ice hockey player
Australian rugby player
American professional dancer
English race car driver
Catalan dancer and choreographer
Amateur filmmaker and American visual effects compositor
American football player
American homicide victim, the younger of two boys who attacked and killed Susanne Zantop and Half Zantop, Dartmouth professors. A couple invited to dinner had stabbed the couple to death at their home on 1/27/2001, at 6:30 pm. Robert Tulloch and Parker were later identified using footprints and fingerprints found in and around the house. Both fled and bought bus …
Iranian-American journalist and meteorologist
Canadian actor and director
South Korean actress and model (Born 1983).
Ghana football player
American soccer player
American football player
American figure skater. Also, known as Pairs figure skater.
Czech-American actress and model
American producer and director
New York; pairs skater (and Wells-1995 Midwest champion).
Actress and singer from Hong Kong
New York; actor (Will Pacino, Something So Right).
Australian rugby player
American football player
American actor and comedian
American actress and singer (Hi-5)
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Portuguese-German actor, photographer
NBA forward (Toronto Raptors).
American football player
American mixed martial artist
American singer and actor
American baseball player
Swedish ice hockey player
Italian television personality.
Australian swimmer (Olympics-1996).
American soccer coach and player
Soap Opera Actress
Belgian flatwater canoer
Italian-American singer and keyboard player (Modwheelmood SONOIO Blindoldfreak, Nine Inch Nails).
Netball player from New Zealand and Australia
Canadian short track speed skater
Hockey forward (USA, Olympics-1998)
Greek coach and footballer
French biathlete, who participated in the biathlon at 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin (Italy). Baverel Robert won the gold medal for the women's sprint of 7.5km.
Michigan, USA; soccer forward (Olympics 1996).
Free safety (New York Jets).
French actor and runner
French actor and free-runner
Japanese player and coach
MediaWiki was developed by a German computer programmer and biochemist.
Canadian screenwriter and producer of actor producers
Venezuela; tennis star (1995 Futures-Braz).
NBA forward (Dallas Mavericks).
in Morocco; tennis star.
English television presenter
Dominican-American baseball player
French soccer player (association footballer), who played for Dijon from 2008aEUR"2010.
Ukrainian singer dancer producer and actress
Argentinian singer-songwriter (d. 2000)
Finland; NHL forward (Team Finland and San Jose Sharks).
Indian screenwriter and producer of director producers
Czech manager and footballer
Brazilian model and twin to Rosimari. Both beautiful and identical brunettes were featured in a nude photo.
Brazilian model and twin to Rosangela. Both beautiful and identical brunettes feature in a nude pictorial.
Polish discus thrower
Dominican Republic; outfielder, Atlanta Braves
Czechoslovakia; hockey (Team Czechoslovakia Republic).
American screenwriter and producer of director films
Austria's tennis star (1988 Futures Bari-ITA).
NFL defensive back (Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals)
Polish discus thrower
Switzerland; Canadian 48kg freestyle wrestler (Olympics-1996).
NFL defensive end (New England Patriots).
Canadian ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings)
American singer-songwriter and pianist
Green Bay Packers, Los Angeles Rams).
Alabama, USA; pair skater (with Dawn Piepenbrink).
New Jersey, USA. Singer ("I'll Be Your Everything")
Italian tennis champion and a member the ATP Tour.
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
German Astrologer, living in Hamburg. He runs his consulting practice.
American guitarist and songwriter (The Black Crowes).
American screenwriter and author
New Jersey, USA; pitcher
American actor and director
Actor and rapper from Jamaica (d. 2011).
American actor and bass player (Redd Kross off! TV), and Green and Yellow TV
Russian-English businessman and economist
American bassist (Redd Cross)
Australian 800 metre/1500 metre runner (Olympics-1996).
Venezuelan baseball player
Venezuelan-American baseball manager and player
He was a French soccer player and one of the most gifted athletes of his generation. Cantona played his first professional match with Auxerre on 11/05/1983. Despite his struggles and frequent encounters with French football authorities, Cantona was recognized as a brilliant player, despite being known for his temper. Joel, his brother, also played pro-ball.
American race car driver on the NASCAR Winston cup circuit.
NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos) - Super Bowl 32
Lawyer and politician from Nauruan
California, USA; American badminton players (Olympics-1992).
German bass player (Grave Digger Running Wild, X-Wild).
Japanese anime director
Japanese screenwriter and director producer
French water skier, who was European champion at age 13 and World champion at age 14. He holds 12 world championship titles, 34 European champion titles and 25 world records.
Canadian ice hockey manager and player
Ontario, Canada; NHL forward (Team Canada, New York Rangers).
British running star (world record indoor 5km).
A silver medalist at the 1988 Olympics, Seoul Olympics as a long-distance and middle distance runner from Scotland.
Mexican boxer (d.2013)
British 100m Breaststroker (1988 Olympics, Gold Medalist).
Italian race car driver and sportscaster
NBA guard (Detroit Pistons).
New York, USA; dancer/actor (Leroy - Fame).
American porn actress
French editor, son a well-known military officer (Helie Denoix De Saint Marc). Beccaria created "Les ArA'nes" editions, and published Trierweiler’s book in 2014.
St. Louis, Missouri -- Tennis star
Missouri; tennis star.
American football coach and player
Atlanta, Georgia -- Slalom double kayak (1996 Olympics - 11th place)
American screenwriter and author
Brazilian model, part Indian descent, very beautiful. She was a Playboy centerfold model for many years before moving into production and sales in 1992.
American actor (d. 2003).
English police officer
California, USA; WPVA volleyball players (US Open-7th-1994).
equestrian 3-day (Olympics-1996).
Italian soccer player, later president of Genoa Soccer Club in 1997. He became a Member in Parliament.
American actor and choreographer (d. 2003).
Puerto Rican boxer
Puerto Rican singer and boxer (d. 2012).
English musician (progressive/pop/ambient tendencies), Astrologer for more than 25 years and a support worker in nursing care.
Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player
Italian philosopher and theorist (d.2013)
Terrorists killed an Italian journalist in Somalia, 3/20/1994
English keyboard player and producer (Dire Straits, The Notting Hillbillies).
Actress and singer in English-French
Green Bay Packers, BC Lions
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Goalie (Philadelphia Flyers) dies in a drunk driving accident
American educator was charged with child molestation. Pre-school students at McMartin School made numerous allegations that the Buckeys had raped, sodomized, and terrorized them using satanic rituals. This led to a lengthy and costly trial that lasted 33 months and cost $15 million.
French jazz pianist, composer and conductor.
American race car driver and American businessman
American actor and producer of singers (Cameo, Black Ivory).
Northern Irish clergyman
American legal and constitutional historians
American scholar and author
English politician and lawyer Attorney General for England & Wales
American academic and historian
Belgian composer and singer. His first hit, "Coeur de Loup", launched his career in Europe. He sang "MacA(c?)domienne" at The European Contest in 1990 (his wife is Macedonian). He is well-known for his love of words.
American singer-songwriter and author. She is the oldest daughter of Johnny Cash, country music legend, and Vivian Liberto Cash Ditin, his first wife.
Tennessee, USA; country singer ("Runaway Train", "Seven Year Ache", "I Wonder").
Italian actor and singer.
American singer, guitarist and songwriter
London, England -- Actor (EnchantedApril, Prick up Your Ears).
Australian-American singer and actress
French Grammy-award winning musician, a singer, drummer and songwriter. At the age of 18, he was a leader in an orchestra at Club Mediterranee. Two years later, he signed a fantastic contract with Barclay Records. His albums have been sold in the millions.
Austrian producer and actress
American vegetarian nutritionist. She is the author of many cookbooks and hosts a television show about vegetarian cooking. She was a vegetarian from an early age because she felt that animal products were wrong. She is an advocate for animal rights. Raymond received her Masters of Nutrition at U.C. Davis. Her business also provides healthy lunches for high-tech Silicon Valley …
French cardiac surgeon. He is the head of Monaco's Cardio-thoracic Center since January 2010.
Rock drummer (Red Rider).
Ohio, USA; PhD/astronaut
English judge and engineer
American singer-songwriter/producer (Daniel Amos the Swirling Eddies, and Lost Dogs).
American judge and lawyer
Prince Heinrich Ruzzo Reuss of Plauen (d. 1999)
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Dutch-American yoga teacher who practices the Iyengar method. She is well-known in yoga circles as part owner of Ojai Yoga Center. She is also the author of a column in Ojai Daily News. Suza is known for her special skill in working with the elderly.
German-American soccer player and coach
Slovenian mathematician, academic
French screenwriter and director (Born 1948).
American Playboy cover girl, and actress in impact roles. Her films include "Bluebeard," the "The Three Musketeers," and "Meteor." She was a part of and co-produced "Reform School Girls," the "Amazon Women on the Moon" and many other films.
Colin and Chris, a couple hailing from Largs in Scotland, won 161 million pounds in Euromullions. This was the largest prize in Europe.
American producer and songwriter guitarist
Blue A-yster Cult is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist.
Pennsylvania, USA. Country singer "Walk on Faith".
German business manager in automobile industry, CEO Volkswagen AG 2007-2015
Filipino cinematographer and screenwriter for director producers
Altoona (PA) -- Country singer (Walk on Faith).
secretary-general (Arts Council).
French philosopher and writer, who published essays and anthologies on art.
Russian-born Polish sprinter
American humanist astrologer, who taught astrology and wrote at Akron University. She is the author of "American Book of Medical Astrology" 1982. She also wrote 50 romance novels under different names and has written for numerous publications.
Leningrad, Russia -- Long jumper (1972 Olympics - Bronze Medalist)
English academic and author critic
Turkish politician and economist 22nd Prime Minister of Turkey
French screenwriter, actor and author.
German-American actress, journalist, author, and business executive. She was a beautiful woman and was a great comedic foil in the "Naked Gun” films.
New York, USA. Actress (Jenna Dallas, The Naked Gun).
American college and professional football player. He was a Running Back player for Michigan State and won the Heisman Trophy in 1966. He also played with the Minnesota Vikings between 1967 and 1972 and the San Diego Chargers from 1973 to 1973.
English politician and lieutenant, Shadow Secretary of State for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2012).
English politician and engineer
French actress, Cesar-winning film and theatre actress. With Martin Lamotte, she starred in "soeurtherese.com", a long-running French TV series. She also appeared in FranASSoise's "ExcA"s contraries" (1990).
Italian beauty queen, Miss Italy 1964.
Pennsylvania, USA; singer (LaBelle - "Lady Marmalade").
Connecticut, USA; actor. (Radar – MASH).
Hungarian hammer thrower
Finnish race car driver
French pulmonologist, professor in medicine, specialist on viral infections and lung diseases, and author of many gourmet cookbooks.
South African cricketer and coach
Japanese politician and lawyer Japanese Minister of Home Affairs
New Jersey, USAl rocker LaBelle - "Lady Marmalade".
American poet, musician, and songwriter. He is known as the Robert Burns of pop music. Dylan's iconoclastic work earned the title of The Voice of the '60s through "Blowin' In the Wind," A Hard Rain Gonna fall," "It Ain't Me Babe," Mr. Tambourine Man," and other now-classics. All he did in the '60s.
Italian choreographer, dancer and director of ballet. He was a member of Milan La Scala between 1958-1960, and the Ballet of the 20th Century (1961-1966). He was a frequent guest in Bejart ballets. He began his career in choreography in 1964.
French mountaineer, credited with opening more than 500 routes; first Frenchman to climb three mountains above 8000m. On 28 November 2001, he died from cancer.
Belgian professional thief and pick-pocket, who often worked in the music halls. He is an astrologist and spiritualist. His life, which is described in a biography by Edition Servraux, is a remarkable character.
American linguist and political activist
governor (British Durham Prison).
Actor (Tiger Shark), Santo Domingo in Dominican Republic
Baroness Hollis, of Heigham English politician and academic
Minnesota, USA. Singer/songwriter "Blowin' In Wind".
Heigham; History Lecturer (University of East Anglia).
rocker (Standells, "Dirty Water")
Russian-born poet and Nobel Prize laureate
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
French businessman who founded Poly Implant ProthA"se in 1991, a manufacturer of breast implant implants. PIP went into liquidation in 2011. PIP and its founder are at center of scandal in public-health care.
Schutte; Dutch Member Of Parliament (GPV).
American psychologist and best-selling author. He is also the host of a popular national syndicated radio show. His TV program, "David Viscott at night", is a two-hour long television program on KNBC Los Angeles.
Jamaican singer-songwriter and producer
Italian beauty queen and TV newscaster. In 1955, Miss Italia was her crowning. She became a hostess on a musical program and a TV newscaster.
American composer and saxophonist
French field and trach athlete, she was a middle distance runner who won a silver medal in the 800m at the 1964 Olympics.
American actor and football player
Pilot who piloted the plane during The Day the Music Died (d.59)
American chemical engineer, market economist, and CEO of FMC Gold. This is the nation's lowest-cost gold producer. Burt holds a BS degree in Chemical Engineering as well as an MBA in Economics, Marketing and Management.
American avant-garde composer and musician. Budd, a modern poet of piano, is most well-known for his free-flowing keyboard techniques and is considered America's best minimalist composer.
American avant-garde composer and musician. Budd, a modern poet of piano, is most well-known for his free-floating keyboard techniques and is considered America's best minimalist composer.
Italian financier and president of SIGE. After receiving a diploma as an accountant, his postgraduate degrees at the Univ. were in economics. Genoa. Since 1961, he was a principal in stock groups and investment firms, working at the board, presidency, and management levels. Roveraro was appointed to the Stock Exchange Council's board in 1992 and the Italian Association of Investment …
American football coach. He is the head coach for the New Orleans Saints. Mora was previously with the USFL. Mora played tight end and defensive line in college, and he became a coach shortly thereafter. Mora, who had the longest tenure as a head coach in the NFL's history, submitted his resignation in New Orleans on 10/21/1996. After a disappointing …
American screenwriter and director
American singer-songwriter/guitarist (d. 2014).
American politician (Mayor-Democrat-Chicago).
English organist and choir-trainer
Director-General (National Criminal Intelligence Service).
English judge and lawyer (d. 2014).
French-born American Orthodox Jewish Rabbi and Rosh Yeshiva
American politician and lawyer 50th Mayor of Chicago (d. 2014.)
Canadian talk show host
Belgian Astrologer, died from cancer on 3/09/1995, 8 :15 AM MET, Brussels.
British senior civil servant
English police officer
American Astrologer who is active in AFA conventions. She was also an author and teacher of over a dozen books on astrology. After meeting Robert Donath at an AFA convention, she married him.
British playwright (Bratkartoffeln Inbegriffen)
French actor, born to an English soldier officer. He is well-known for his many roles in films like "Hibernatus" with Louis De FunA's, "The Name of the Rose", Jean-Jacques Annaud's James Bond film "Moonraker" as well as "Des Hommes et des Dieux", with Lambert Wilson.
He was an Italian jazz musician who played the tenor Saxophone. His professional career began on the clarinet. He played in Belgium and Germany in the 1940s. Oscar Valdambrini was his partner in 1954. He is a composer/arranger, and a trumpeter. Their band was the most well-known jazz group in Italy during the 1950s. They often accompanied greats such as …
American songwriter, who was responsible for two Billboard Hot 100 number-one hits. In 1965, Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders released "Game of Love", which was the first of two Billboard Hot 100 number one hits. The second was Linda Ronstadt's 1975 hit "You're No Good", first sung in 1976 by Dee Dee Warwick.
German lawyer and CEO of Alleghany Power Systems. This utility gets 90% of its electricity from coal-fired power plants. Bergman graduated with an LLB from Columbia Law University. He received an AB in Pre-law at Columbia Law University.
Canadian artist and ecologist. His work focuses mainly on wildlife and natural scenes. His 2005 book, "Thinking Like a Mountain", is a collection of reflective essays and social criticisms about the dangers of consumerism as well as environmental crises. He is also an illustrator for several books.
American geophysicist, professor and author of academic books. His interests lie in the study of the earth's core and inverse theory. He holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics and two master's degrees, in math and physics.
German flute player and author
Judge (New Zealand Court of Appeals).
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201928
Swiss calligrapher, teacher and typeface designer. He designed many distinguished typefaces both for graphic art and for the typewriter and computer in his own studio that he established in 1960.
American molecular biologist, nutritionist and American molecular biologist. He was a pioneer in the development of effective treatments for patients suffering from environmental sensitivities or food allergies. He was able to overcome panic attacks and severe asthma with a chemical-free environment. He received his Ph.D. in psychology and then did post-doctoral research. He insists that he is right-brained, which makes …
British comedian Joey Boy, Fast Lady
British writer (Children of Dynmouth and Fools of Fortune).
France sport Champion
CEO (Barclays Bank).
United States -- Sculls (1956 Olympics-Bronze Medalist)/ Brother of Grace Kelly
American music educator at the college level, music composer, former Music School Dean, and Professor at Thornton School of Music University of Southern California, 1980aEUR”1992. His main interest in music research is the cognitive and perceptual basis of it.
Mentz; South African Member to Parliament (Conservative).
Scottish comedian and actor. His annual one-man show was a highlight of the year. Baxter's extravagant extravaganza of sketches and impressions, which included sketches and impressions, was a satirical comedy that featured humor from the heart. To honor and show his appreciation, a TV tribute was held in May 2001. He now lives in London, after retiring.
American doctor, government official, road safety expert.
French jazz bassist.
Actress (Night is My Future) dies from cancer at the age of 68
Italy sport Champion
Chief whip (South Afr Conserv Party).
American educator and illustrator (d. 2013).
Estonian chess player, engineer (d. 1995).
Italy sport Champion
American soldier and painter
Ireland -- Actress on the Stage (Saint Joan).
Irish actress (d. 1986).
French writer and journalist, friend and biographer to Pablo Picasso. He was a journalist at Le Quotidien de Paris from 1980 to 1985. He was buried in Paris on the 2nd of November 2014.
He was an actor in Italian film, television, and radio theatres. He died in Rome on 17/04/93.
Pont du Chateau Journalist
American marine corps hero, American military. He was posthumously awarded with the medal of honour.
Italian actress (d. 1980).
French actor. He was a child star in French cinema. After escaping several times, he was deported to Germany and arrested.
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
French soldier in World War II, and later in Indochina. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).
American entrepreneur and petroleum businessman. He became a television producer, then diversified his portfolio by investing in resort properties and broadcast stations. He is most well-known for his productions.
Young civil rights leader (Mayor-Democrat-Detroit).
American politician who was mayor of Detroit, Michigan, from 1974 to 1994. Young was elected the first African American mayor of Detroit, the same week Maynard Jackson became Atlanta's first African-American mayor. He was presented with the NAACP's Spingarn Medal in 1981. Young was twice married and divorced. Coleman A. is his only son. Young II is currently a State …
Alloway Queen's Council.
American military, Lieutenant general. He died 2 June 1979.
The 13th Duke of Bedford was a British nobility and the author of "The Book of Snobs". He died October 25, 2002 in Santa Fe, NM, age 85.
High court judge in Britain.
Syracuse, New York -- President (Notre Dame)
Baron Campbell of Alloway English, lawyer and judge (d.2013)
Mexican poet, journalist, writer, translator, and academic. He was an expert in Mexican folk culture and handicrafts, and was a tireless national and international advocate. He was a professor at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, and a researcher at the Center for Literary Studies of the UNAM. He also worked as an assistant at the Department of …
Lieutenant Governor and politician of Australia, 32nd Governor of New South Wales. (d. 2002).
German actress with many awards and two nominations for the Golden Globes. Rex Harrison was her husband. She divorced him in 1956. She was married to Carlos Thompson, an Argentinian actor, in her second marriage.
He was an American journalist and publishing executive. He served as Editor-in Chief over Inc.empire, Time, Fortune, Sports Illustrated, and other magazines. The role was his first in 1964, and he held it for 15 years. He retired in 1979 and worked as an advisor for President Jimmy Carter for one year.
Italian actor and singer (d.2007)
Chairman (Isle of Man Government).
Actress (The Gentle Sex: Lotte in Weimar)
Rumanian spookmedium, a famous spook-medium in the '20s. According to legend, Zugun was able to demonstrate telekinesis to parapsychologists and teleportation to them. Many people believe that Zugun was not a medium. The "skin phenomena," which she produced in the darkness of her sessions, were not real.
French Catholic priest, Bishop Emeritus de Limoges.
American soldier and baseball player (d. 1993).
England, United Kingdom -- 4 X 100m runner (1936 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
American special effects designer (d. 2007)
French producer and actress in film.
New Zealand mezzo-soprano, opera singer. She was born in New Zealand and moved to Sydney, Australia when she was a young girl. There she studied at the Sydney conservatory. Hammond started her musical career as an instrument player, and she spent three years with Sydney Philharmonic Orchestra.
American actor, director and screenwriter. He is also a dancer, set designer, and actor. He was the father of two children. He died on January 20, 1993.
US actor/director (Matchmaker, Tomorrow).
PA(c)rigny sur Yerres Painters
Italian artist and sculptor. He was 93 years old when he died in Milan, Italy on May 30, 2004, at the age of 93.
English survivor of the Sinking of the RMS Titanic (d.2007)
France sport Champion
French criminal, a murderer, and one of the most recent women executed in France.
American golfer (Born in 1910).
Chevannes Military man
French photographer and tenor-singer, who is also a member the vocal quartet Les Quatre Barbus.
Vagney Military man
Famous birthdays on May 24th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Spanish poet / literary (Lorca).
American politician (Representative-Democrat-Arkansas)/involved with Fanne Foxe, dies at age 82.
American journalist and author who specializes in psychic topics. He is best known for his book "Telephone Between Worlds", which is the biography about the medium Reverend Richard Zenor. Crenshaw started collecting material about the after-life in 1935. He was once married to Brenda Crenshaw, a British medium. They had a house in the Hollywood Hills.
Norwegian physician. He was an important figure in the establishment of neurosurgery in Norway as a medical subject. He was the founder and head of UllevAY=l's neurosurgery section in Oslo. He was the University of Oslo's professor of neurosurgery from 1961 to 1977.
Director-General (Help for the Aged).
French painter, Brittany. He teaches painting at a school near Dinan.
Russian Nobel Prize winner for academic writing (d. 1984).
Writer (And Quiet Flows the Don Nobel Prize 1965).
Russian writer, Nobel Prize laureate
British singer / comic (Let George Do It)
French cartoonist and illustrator. He also used the pseudonym J.P. Ariel.
American aviator (d. 1944)
Belgium sport Champion
Belgian boxer. According to a Dec. 2, 1928 article published in New York's The World newspaper, Rene DeVos served as a spy for the Allies Forces during World War I. He carried messages from France through Belgian lines. Jules Steyaert, his brother, was also a boxer.
Canadian sculptor (d.2004)
Canadian politician and football player (d. 1954).
Uruguayan footballer (d. 1968)
Uruguayan footballer, manager (d. 1968).
French Catholic bishop who died 27 August 1977.
Canadian politician and athlete (d. 1954).
Italian screenwriter and actor (d. 1984).