List of celebrities and famous people who were born on March 26th
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002007
Donatus, son of Donatus and Hereditary Prince of Hesse
Jonkvrouwe van Amsberg
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Peruvian swimmer. He competed in the 200-metre butterfly Men's at the 2012 Summer Olympics. He finished 25th in the heats and did not qualify for the semifinals. He also won bronze in 1500m free at the 2012 Swimming World Cup in Moscow.
Japanese actress and singer (AKB48, Watarirouka Hashiritai).
American baseball player
Japanese actor and singer (Hey! Say! JUMP)
Singer and driver of a race car in the Philippines
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
Finnish-American actress and model
Japanese singer-songwriter and guitarist
Canadian notable family, Sheila Copps (Liberal MP for Hamilton East), the first member to give birth. Copps was married to Ric Marrero.
Japanese singer-songwriter and actress
American football player
Texas baby well-retained in 1988
Canadian singer-songwriter (Emarosa & Dance Gavin Dance).
American television and stage actor
Zimbabwean cricket captain
American Ice Hockey Player
Model and porn actress from Germany
Italian suspect in homicide. He was first convicted, jailed, and then released. Amanda Knox, his girlfriend was convicted in the November 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher, Perugia, Italy. He was sentenced to 25-years imprisonment in December 2009. The trial began on January 16, 2009. The convictions were overturned by an appeals court jury in October 2011.
Canadian actress and singer-songwriter
American professional wrestler
British R&B singer
American musician and singer. Mitchell has released five albums including Hadestown (2010), Young Man in America (2012). Mitchell has been called the "queen" of contemporary folk music.
American baseball player
American-South Korean actor and singer (g.o.d).
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Japanese composer and pianist
Greek basketball player
English singer-songwriter and guitarist (The Lakeman Brothers and Equation).
Referee for Canadian wrestling and sportscaster
American producer and actress
Australian manager and footballer
He was an Italian ballet dancer and the best in Italy at the age of 21. He was also named the La Scala company's lead dancer. He was a promising artist and was invited to join the Paris Opera and the English National Ballet in London.
French jazz composer and trumpeter.
The current Swedish base of an astrological historian from Britain is Graves. Graves is a British astrological historian. A. (Hons.) Graduate in French from the University of Hull (1997). He has also studied basic German, Spanish, and Latin. He is a CELTA-certified teacher of English as an Adult Language to Adults (ITTC Bournemouth 2003).
Canadian Football League slot back (British Columbia Lions).
Toronto, Ontario -- NHL center (Buffalo Sabres)
Canadian ice hockey coach and player
Romanian tennis star (1996 Amelia Island).
American search engine designer
American actor and comedian
Kanagawa (Japan); tennis star (1996 Jakarta).
Canadian Football League defensive linebacker (Calgary Stampeders).
American baseball player
Manager and English footballer
Michigan, USA; Team Handball Circle (Olympics 1996).
Dominican Republic; outfielder, Florida Marlins
Iranian planarialogist and zoologist
American producer and DJ
Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
Australia; tennis star.
California, USA; actor ("Frankie Mama Malone").
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
Clinton, Mississippi -- Miss Mississippi-America (1991)
Italian rugby player
Turkish producer and singer/songwriter
Mississippi, USA; Miss Mississippi-America (1990).
Canada; NHL defenseman (Edmonton Oilers).
American country and western singer, Renee Zellweger was married to him on May 9, 2005. However, the highly publicized merger was annulled just a few months later, on September 15. Los Angeles, December 20, 2005 saw the finalization of the annulment.
American guitarist, songwriter, and producer (The Smashing Pumpkins A Perfect Circle Whiskeytown & Tinted Windows).
American musician and percussionist, Shadowfax. The group was made up of Armen Chakmakian and Andy Abad. Stuart Nevitt, Ramon Yslas, and Stuart Nevitt.
French road racing cyclist who won a stage in the 1997 Tour de France, and was named world champion in San SebastiA!n (Spana)
in Zimbabwe; Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Klondike Klassic).
WLAF kicker (Scotland Claymores).
Louisiana, USA; pitcher (Houston Astros).
Kansas, USA; javelin thrower.
Canadian Football League slot back (British Columbia Lions).
Australian rugby league footballer
American screenwriter and actor
Wirth Research was founded by an English engineer
New York, USA; pitcher (Cincinnati Reds).
Belgian costume designer for TV and Cinema.
American producer and guitarist (Morbid Angel).
French actor and writer.
Swedish ice hockey coach and player
Driver of an Irish race car
American actor and comedian
Voisine is a Canadian singer, songwriter and actor. He also hosts radio and television shows. Voisine can sing and perform in English and French. He was awarded the Juno Award for Male Vocalist Of The Year in 1994. He was elected Officer of the Order of Canada three years later.
American professional cyclist, who won the Silver Medal in 1984's Olympic Road Race and many other prizes. At 13 years old, she began cycling with her sister and mom. She rode 50 miles with camping gear. Twigg, a beautiful, tall, 125-pound girl, skipped two years of high school.
Dutch TV host (Cry of the Lion).
Dutch television host
American baseball player. He is a first baseman for Milwaukee Brewers. Seitzer was signed initially by the Kansas City Royals in 1983 after being selected in 11th round of free-agent draft. Seitzer was with the team for nine years before being signed by Milwaukee in the 11th round of the free-agent draft. He has been with Milwaukee since then, totalling …
English priest and pianist (The Communards).
Illinois, USA; infielder (Milwaukee Brewers).
Young soccer player (SC Heerenveen).
Washington, USA: NBA guard (Utah Jazz Olympics-gold-1996)
Dutch TV personality, popular, fat, funny, shocking, vulgar, and rich
British politician. He was elected a Member of Parliament on 2/3/1989. John Redwood was replaced by Hague as Secretary of State in Wales in July 1995. He is considered to be the youngest British Cabinet Minister of this century. He was a 16-year-old boy who made a powerful speech at the Conservative Party Conference 1977.
American-International chess master, self-taught, playing tournament chess since he was ten. In 1976, he won the national junior high tournament.
American athlete who ran back for the Oakland Raiders (1992-92), Kansas City Chiefs (93-97). In 2003, he was inducted into The Football Hall of Fame.
German singer and actor
Norwegian politician and psychiatrist
Fontana, California -- US water polo player (1988 Olympics - Silver Medalist)
American diplomat and politician, who was a Republican Party candidate for the US presidency in 2012. On June 21, 2011, he announced his candidacy in Liberty State Park, New Jersey.
California, USA; actor.
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Oregon, USA; Canadian Tour golfer (1988 British Columbia Open).
American lawyer and victim of homicide, shot in the head during a robbery on 10/23/1989 at 20:35, Boston. Charles was her husband. She met Charles while working as a waitress, and she went on to become a lawyer. He was a chef. She was an attorney in a publishing firm after she graduated from Boston College.
American correspondent and reporter
Italian racing driver (d. 1986).
German designer and fine artist, graduated from the German Technical School of Design in 1981. 1987, he earned a degree as a Fine Art and Communications specialist in Germany. Flesche was a perfectionist who never gave up on his goals. He had fine art shows in Vancouver, Hagan, and Hamburg.
California, USA; actor (Doris Day Show Colbys).
American talk show host
English journalist producer and author
South Carolina, USA. TV host (Entertainment Tonight Leeza).
Germany; WLAF defensive line coach (Rhein Fire).
American celebrity chef and cookbook author. Adams, the daughter of librarians and a cook, owes her love for food to her mother. Adams, who graduated from Brown University in 1980, became interested in food and cooking as a career when she worked part-time with Nancy Verde Barr (a professional food writer/teacher). After some time, I realized that I was happier …
Scottish politician and lawyer
USSR -- Team handball (1976 Olympics, 80 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
South Korean politician and lawyer 35th Mayor of Seoul
Tennessee, USA; country singer (Radio Heart).
Tennessee, USA; country singer (Chair).
Canadian ice hockey player
American activist and founder of Guardian Angels. Former gang members form the beret-wearing group that protects their neighbourhood and works with police. They avoid vigilante tactics, but the cops are suspicious and the gangs hate the them. So they walk a hard line between the law and those who don't follow it. They are welcome by the people whose lives …
French fashion magazine publisher, head of Les Editions Jalou in Paris, France. This company owns titles like L'Officiel and Optimum as well as Jalouse. L'Officiel was founded in 1921 and has seven international editions.
American ecclesiastic, an Episcopal priest, who was elected the first female Presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. On June 18, 2006, she was elected to the position at the convention in Columbus. She was then installed at Washington National Cathedral on October 4, 2006. In 1994, she was ordained as an Episcopal priest and ordained a bishop on February 24, …
Japanese singer and voice actor
Russian 1000m runner (world record).
New Jersey, USA. Country singer (Baille & Boys - "Oh Heart")
Chadian politician (d. 2002)
American politician and academic, 74th Governor of Rhode Island
Taiwanese-American politician and banker 24th United States Secretary Of Labor
Nationalist Chadian (d. 2002).
French driving racer (Formula 1 and off-shore pilot.
British politician, Member of Parliament who was elected at the General Election on 6/11/1987.
US actor (Hail To the Chief, Big Bus).
Italian actress and singer, she was born in 1969 as a singer. She performed at the Sanremo Music Festival singing "Il treno". In 1969, she became a singer. Her first commercial success came with "Non sono Maddalena". She made her acting debut in 1971 with the film "Sacco e Vanzetti" and was awarded a Nastro d'Argento for best actress. She …
American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics
American R&B singer (Born 1950)
American composer and conductor
Minnesota, USA; actor.
Pennsylvania, USA. Singer ("Turn Off the Lights")
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
She is a Canadian astrologer and author of many books. She has also produced astrological calendars. Last also contributed to the creation of software programs. Her book "My Baby's A Star - Astrological Baby Names", was published in 2011.
American comedian and actress. She is best known for her roles on "The Carol Burnett Show", where she was a regular from 1967 to 1979, followed by "Mama's Family", 1983. In 1976, she won an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress on a Variety Show. Burnett's sidekick and young look-alike, she wore a gray hairdo and padding for 135 episodes. The …
After three hours of deliberation by the jury, British homicide was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder on February 8, 1999. Dr. Kathleen Marshall was a veterinarian and president of the Cat Protection Society. She was attacked by an unknown attacker in an apparent frenzy as she tried to save herself. Between February 25th and March 2nd 1998, the murder …
American producer and actor
American bass player (Boston).
Massachusetts, USA; rock bassist. (Boston – "More Than a Feeling".
German screenwriter and author
South African umpire and cricketer
California, USA; actress (Carol Burnett Show, Mama's Family).
Aerosmith was formed in 1970 by Aerosmith, an American musician. Later, he was co-owner of West Hollywood's club-restaurant House of Blues.
South Korean violinist and teacher
Seoul, South Korea -- Violinist (Chung Sisters)
Canadian violinist and mandolin player (FM) (d. 2014)
Scottish entertainer who has a stage act called "The Krankies" in which Janette plays "Wee Jimmy," an innocent schoolboy. Their act is very popular with children.
American actor and stuntman (d. 1986).
French politician, and former minister of this country.
American singer and actor
Czech singer-songwriter and violinist ("The Plastic People of the Universe")
California, USA; actor.
USSR -- Horse vault gymnast (1968 Olympics – Gold Medalist).
American singer and Academy Award nominated actress. She was one-third the Supremes trio in the 1960s. Later, she went on to be a star stylist.
German-Polish sculptor (d. 2014.)
Michigan, USA. Singer (The Supremes Lady Sings the Blues Mahogany).
American journalist, who co-authored "All The President's Men" with Carl Bernstein in 1974. The entire Watergate scandal, which led to President Richard M. Nixon's resignation, was covered in the book. He published "Veil" in which he described the tenure of CIA Director Casey, and it was first published in 1980s. Since April 2004, the investigative journalist began making rounds on …
French ballet dancer, choreographer.
Turkish politician and Turkish doctor Turkish Minister of Interior
American baby born prematurely with Downs syndrome. He grew up to be slender and weak with poor muscle tone. He was electrocuted on 9/22/1943 by 110 volts carrying wires. He died from acute heart failure. His father, a man who was not well-liked in the community for his drinking and womanizing, was arrested and charged with murder.
Italian family of distinction, second child and second girl of Salvatore Ferragamo and Wanda Ferragamo.
American author, best-selling novelist, with her racy 1973 "Fear of Flying," which was called "the feminine equivalent of Tropic of Cancer".
French politician and minister of national defence in 1993. He was charged with mismanagement in the Port Frejus case.
New York, USA. Author (Fear of Flying).
British evolutionary biologist
Italian pro-race car driver. She was the first female Formula One driver. She was part of the Ford team in 1975 and took part in 13 Grand Prix the next year. Ronnie Peterson replaced her.
Canadian politician and lawyer
American actor. On-screen since 1963, after a prior apprenticeship on stage. His first role on stage was $37.50 per week. His films include "Irma La Douce", "Rollerball", and "The Godfather".
American actor. On-screen since 1963, after a prior apprenticeship on stage. His first role on stage was $37.50 per week. His films include "Irma La Douce", "Rollerball" or "The Godfather".
American politician and the highest ranking woman in congressional history. After the November 7th 2006 elections, which saw the balance of power swing to the Democrats, she was elected House Democratic Whip on October 10, 2001. She became the first female Speaker of the House.
S] Huys, Dutch Member of Parliament (PvdA).
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
Professor Emeritus (Sussex University).
General Manager (Press Association).
Pennsylvania, USA; actor (Harry-Harry Boys Mystery, Mitch-Alice).
New York, USA. Actor (Brian's Song Killer Elite, Godfather).
English-American Nobel Prize laureate in Physics and Academic Nobel Prize Physicist
English illustrator and painter
American basketball player, and the first black general manger in major league sports.
Canadian politician and businessman 26th Premier of Prince Edward Island
Illinois, USA; 4X100 metre relayer (Olympics-gold-1952, 1960).
rocker (Five Satins).
American sportscaster (Born 1936).
Argentinian-Israeli clarinet player
Second President of Palestine, Palestinian politician
Swedish high jumper
American actor-director-writer, one of only five actors to receive an Academy Award nomination for his first screen appearance, which was in "The Russians are Coming! The Russians are coming! 1967: He was awarded the 1967 Golden Globe Award for his work. He was also Oscar nominated for his performance in 1969's "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter". Arkin has been …
New York, USA. Actor (Catch 22, In-Laws Simon, Wait Until Dark).
AFL back (AFL Player Of Year 1964).
Italian film director. His work in the erotic category is what makes him famous.
Jr., Native American activist, theologian and historian (Born 1933).
American painter, known for his masterful use light, color and shadow in landscape and still life paintings.
Indian scholar and poet
American CEO of Allergan, a specialty manufacturer of eye care products. Herbert holds a BS degree in Business and is a leader in eyecare. He has been his CEO for more than 13 years.
American actor who was best known for his role as Spock, the pointed-eared alien in "Star Trek," 1965-1967. Before then, he was an actor for many years. His 1951 debut made him a star. He has been a rising star in dramatic roles and is well-known on the stage in "Equus".
Massachusetts, USA; American actor/director (Mr. Spock, Star Trek, Mission Impossible).
Texas, USA; US Supreme Court justice (1981-).
Beat poet (Happy Birthday of Death and Long Live Man)
American lawyer and jurist. She was the first woman to sit on the Supreme Court's bench. In 1981, she was promoted to the seat and is considered one of America's most powerful women. OaEUR(tm), Connor, announced her resignation from the Supreme Court on July 1, 2005. This was effective upon the confirmation of her replacement. John Roberts was initially nominated …
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
He was a French pop singer who composed many songs for Edith Piaf, including "Non je ne Regratte rien", and "Mon Dieu "...". He began his career as an interpreter in the 1970s.
American businessman founded Advanced Micro Devices (d.2008)
He was an Italian singer who represented Italy in the 1957 Eurovision Song Contest. He came 6th. His song, "Corde Della Mia Chitarra", was a hit. It is the longest Eurovision song at 5:09 before new rules were implemented. Gallo also appeared in more than 20 films as an actor. Gallo suffered a severe brain hemorhage in September 2007, from …
Singer / actress (Down Among the Z Men).
American scientist and pioneer in nuclear medicine. He was part of a University of Chicago group that proposed the use of radioisotope technetium 99m to detect disease by Positron Emission Tomography in 1961. This technique is currently used around 20 million times per year. Beck was also responsible for the development of collimators to sharpen images from gamma ray scanners. …
German director and actor.
American waterworks CEO and American executive. Lafrankie holds a BS degree in Business Management. He is well-known for being a friendly boss.
Costa Rican politician, coffee entrepreneur and lawyer. Notary, diplomat, writer. He studied law at University of Costa Rica, and Letters at University of Montreal (Canada). He did not pursue a career as a roaster, but he practiced law. He was the Chair of the Chamber of Industry, and he founded the Costa Rican Coffee Company (CAFESA), of which he was …
French chemist and member of the Academy of Sciences, where he was vice-president and then president. In 1985, he was awarded the Heinrich Wieland Award. He was 80 years old when he died in Strasbourg on 4 November 2006.
Sri Lankan politician (d. 1992).
French composer and conductor. One of the most influential and respected musicians of the 20th Century. His career as a conductor was first in the concert hall and then in the opera house. In the 1950s, he was the main spokesperson for European composers. His first works were frowned upon by sentiment. They used a complex serial technique that included …
Queen's Council crown court registerer.
Edmonton House of Lords (chief whip for the opposition).
Canadian-born American baseball executive (Born in 1925).
United States federal judge in the senior category, for the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. President Jimmy Carter nominated Carroll to a new seat at the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. This was on June 2, 1980. On 12 September 1980, Judge Carroll was sworn into office. Carroll was sworn in as …
Baron Graham of Edmonton English soldier, politician
American composer and saxophonist (d. 2010).
American screenwriter and comedian
American physician. He was married three times and had three kids.
Massachusetts, USA; comedian (Bob & Ray, Get a Life).
German politician and general (d. 1992).
British Novelist (After Julius)
Arkansas, USA; band master (Sinfonians).
Italian-Brazilian physicist, academic (d.2010)
Italian mathematician (d. 1978).
In 1981, a French painter was awarded the title of peintre de marine.
CEO (British Telecom).
CEO (Osprey Aviation).
American television executive, third child. He was a broadcaster for CBS. There he introduced instant-replay sports and then started the CNN Sports department.
Chilean journalist and footballer (d. 2012).
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
American actor, who plays western characters with grizzled accents. He starred in "The Sons of Katie Elder," 1966 "True Grit," 1969" "Pocket Money," 1972, and "Cool Hand Luke," where he was paired with Paul Newman.
Canadian ice hockey player (d. 65)
France Military man
French historian and expert in paleography (the study old handwriting), as well as a bookseller.
Irish psychic, author of "Time Travels of an Irish Psychic", published 9/25/1989. Sheila's book focuses on the mysteries of Ireland's monoliths, mounds, and the messages she received from these ancient relics.
Mississippi, United States -- Singer ("Walking the Dog")
Actor (Zoot Suit and Bullitt), suffers a heart attack at 75
Judge for the Hall Circuit Court (England).
American actor and author. He was a leading actor for most of his life. His specialty was westerns and film noir such as "Johnny Guitar", "The Asphalt Jungle," or "The Killing". He was later recognized for his character acting roles such as that of Gen. Jack D. Ripper, in Dr. Strangelove: How I Learned To Stop Worrying about the Bomb …
American biochemist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry along with two other people on 10/20/1972 for his fundamental contributions to enzyme science. He was educated at Harvard and Cambridge and was a Nobel Institute cancer Fellow in Sweden in 1947. Anfinsen is also the author of "The Molecular Basis of Evolution," 1959.
Brooklyn, New York -- Orchestra leader (Patti Page Olds Show)
English footballer and cricketer (d. 1986).
South African-American composer/conductor
Planet Of Apes).
Swedish sprinter (d. 1989).
North Korean poet and author (d. 2000).
Japanese mathematician (d. 1995).
Saxon, South Carolina -- Army General (Vietnam era)
French military officer, colonel and treasurer of the Organisation de l'armA (c)e secrA)te (OAS), a short-lived French dissident far right paramilitary organization during the Algerian War (1954aEUR)62).
French classical scholar and philologist (Born 1913).
Estonian chess player (d.87)
Hungarian-Polish academic and mathematician
French philologist, classical scholar, and fiction writer. Jacqueline de Romilly, FranceaEUR(tm), was a leading scholar of Greek civilizations and languages. She was also the second woman elected to AcadA(c]mie FranASSaise. She was also the first female professor at CollA"ge de France (1973), and the first woman elected as a member of the Academy of Inscriptions and Belles Letters (1975).
Hungarian mathematician. ErdA worked with hundreds of collaborators to solve problems in combinatorics and graph theory. His eccentric personality was another reason he was well-known. ErdA was not interested in possessions. Most of his belongings could be packed into a suitcase due to his nomadic lifestyle. Most of his earnings, including awards and other earnings, were donated to those in …
French painter and activist. He was a member of The Grand Orient de France (GODF), one of the largest Masonic groups in France, in 1953. He served as its president from 1971 to his death on February 7, 1973.
American poet, writer, and exceptional playwright. He is most well-known for his dramatic, powerful, and emotional works "The Glass Menagerie," 1945," "A Streetcar Named Desire," 1947," "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," 55," and "The Night of the Iguana," 1962. He was awarded four New York Drama Critics Circle Awards as well as two Pulitzer Prizes. A number of his …
Nobel Prize laureate in biophysics from Germany and England (d. 2003).
American animator and director
Swedish javelin thrower (d.2001)
English philosopher and academic (d. 1960).
French graphic designer.
Sri Lankan politician and lawyer 10th Sri Lankan Ministry of Justice (d. 2002).
Famous birthdays on March 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
Broken Hill, Australia -- Actor (Desert Rats)
Reumer Dutch opera singer.
Essen, Germany -- Tennis star (French 1935)
American composer and organist (d. 1964).
US writer (Egg and I).
Austrian police officer who joined the Nazi Party. He was responsible for the murders of 900,000.00 Jews at Treblinka Camp, Poland. He was sentenced to life imprisonment after he was convicted of his crimes on October 22, 1970. He died from heart failure on June 28, 1971.
American radio personality (d. 1964).
Canadian politician and lawyer Postmaster General of Canada (d.91)
Indian activist and poet (d. 1987).
Mexican composer and trumpet player (d. 1981).
French realist painter and Lithographer, known for his trompe-l’oeil paintings. He is credited with being a founder of the laEUR(tm)A(c)cole de la rA(c)alitA(c) in 1949 (called nowadays Mouvement Trompe-laEUR(tm)oeil-rA(c)alitA(c)). He was also the president of the Association for the Protection of the CitA (c) Fleurie, the "Flowering City", a wooded area surrounding the boulevard Arago of Paris's 13th district where …
Mexican trumpeter (d. 1981).
Austrian psychiatrist and neurologist, as well as Holocaust survivor. Frankl is the founder of logotherapy. This is an existential analysis technique, also known as the "Third Viennese School of Psychotherapy". Frankl's best-selling book Man's Search for Meaning is a story about his time in concentration camps. It describes his experiences and teaches us how to find meaning in life, no …
French-born Belgian conductor. He was active in the opera house, concert hall and recording studio. His repertoire included classics from Viennese, French composers and 20th-century works. He spent much of his career in France. However, in 1955, he was the first French conductor to Bayreuth. In addition, he conducted the Ring and Parsifal at La Scala.
British producer of television and film (Born in 1905)
American author and leading authority on mythology, the psyche, and symbolism.
Mexican screenwriter and actor (d. 1986).
Orl?ans Military man
Greek politician and economist, 177th Prime Minister for Greece (d. 2004).
El Seco, Mexico -- Director (La Choca, Flor Silvestre)
German politician; Ambassador to Vichy France. Before entering the Foreign Service, he was an art teacher at a girls' school. He was an activist of the Third Reich SS Party and anti-Semitic.
Mexican screenwriter, actor, and film director (Born in 1904)
Italian gymnast who won an Olympics Gold Medal in the Floor Exercise, Los Angeles 1932. Neri died in 1961 in Rimini, Italy.
American astrologer, her interest in the subject began at nine years old when she read a book about it. In her youth, she began self-study. It continued throughout her marriage, family, and the birth of one son and one girl. Jeannette invited Llewelyn George to dinner and asked Mark Edmond Jones to read her chart. He said that she could …
She was a French supercentenarian, born in Saint-Salvadour. She died at the age 114. Olympe Amaury became the oldest French woman after her.