List of celebrities and famous people who were born on September 29th
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 20102011
His parents are Jack Wilshere, a 19-year-old English football midfielder, and Lauren Neal, his girlfriend.
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 20002008
Member of the extended Norwegian royal family
Norwegian royalty, youngest of three daughters of Princess MA$??rtha Louise, and Ari Behn, author Ari Behn.
American celebrity family, the son 38-year-old actress Jodie foster. She welcomed her 6-pound baby girl with joy. 3 oz. Second son. Like her three-year-old son Charles, the Oscar winner won't identify the father of the child, nor will she reveal his methods or means.
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 19901999
Spanish infant son of Infanta Cristina Spain
Belarusian tennis player
Italian tennis player
Estonian figure skater
Estonian race car driver
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 19801989
English director and photographer
American basketball player.
American guitarist and singer-songwriter
Jayni and Chevy's daughter
French actress well-known for many roles, including "The Time of the Wolf", directed Michael Haneke, and "Hellphone" starring Jean Dujardin...
American actor and director
American actress and journalist
American Ice Hockey Player
Canadian ice hockey player
Canadian ice hockey player
Spanish motorcycle racer
Indian dancer and actress
American actresses and sopranos
English actress and producer of DJ music
American actress and director for adults.
Belarusian-Spanish handball player
German-New Zealand footballer
Canadian musician (Alexisonfire City and Colour).
Model and actress from Indonesia
Miss Iowa Teen USA (1997)
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 19701979
Indonesian beauty queen, Puteri Indonesia 2004
Norwegian singer-songwriter and guitarist
Italian composer and guitarist
Miss Nebraska Teen USA (1996)
American baseball player
American football player
Canadian ice hockey player, scout
American porn model and actress
Monterey, California -- Synchronized swimmer (1996 Olympics-Gold Medalist).
Manager and footballer from Spain
American producer and screenwriter
Actress (Midnight Run Zits).
English guitarist and singer-songwriter
Canadian publisher founded BMEzine. (d. 2013.)
Greek guitarist and singer-songwriter
Screenwriter and actor in English comedy
NFL defensive tackle (Atlanta Falcons)
British racing car driver
Japanese professional wrestler
Hockey forward (Team Sweden 1998)
English screenwriter and actor
American basketball player
He is a Canadian comedian who has performed sold-out shows all over the world. He has also appeared in stand-up comedy shows and appeared on various sit-coms. In 2010, his memoir was published.
American actress, noted family member, daughter of Natalie Wood and Richard Gregson, her second husband. Natasha lived with her mother and Robert Wagner (her mother was married twice before and after she wed Gregson). Wagner adopted Natasha when Wood remarried Wood in 2002. Her mother supervised ballet and piano lessons. I knew she was exceptional, but it had nothing to …
American Rap Musician
NFL defensive end (SD Chargers).
Bad Nauheim, Germany -- Golfer (European Amateur Champ 1994)
Salto, Uruguay -- Tennis pro
Iowa City, Iowa -- Cross country skier (1994 Olympics)
NFL linebacker (Philadelphia Eagles)
Uruguayan-Venezuelan tennis player
Japanese professional wrestler
London, England -- Actress
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Pitcher (Boston Red Sox).
Soccer player (FC Volendam).
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 19601969
American actress and model
British musician who was wildly popular with screaming fans in 1987. Their original music band, which included Luke and his twin brother Matt (b.1969), was called "Bros". They were England's most popular group for two years and teenage heartthrobs. They scored eight consecutive Top Ten hits including "I Owe You nothing." Their debut album "Push", which was released in the …
British musician who was wildly popular with screaming fans in 1987. Their original music band, which included Matt, Luke Logan, his younger brother, and Craig Logan, was called "Bros." They were England's most popular group for two years and were a teenage heartthrob. They scored eight consecutive Top Ten hits including "I Owe You nothing." Their debut album "Push", which …
American guitarist (Alex Skolnick Trio Testament Savatage & Stratospheerius).
American paranormal investigator
Actor and model from England-Indian
English singer-songwriter (Suede & The Tears).
St. Louis, Missouri -- Infielder, New York Yankees, Montreal Expos
American radio host and actress
NBA guard (Seattle Supersonics, Olympics - Bronze - 1988)
American notable family, the son Nick Buoniconti, football champion. Mark, who was 19 years old, was going to be a Citadel linebacker like his father. He broke his neck in a tackle on October 26, 1985. He was left quadriplegic after the accident. He is now a national spokesperson for Miami Project to Cure Paralysis.
California, USA; actress (Vicki-The Love Boat).
Kamloops (British Columbia) -- NHL right-wing (Tampa Bay Lightning).
Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan -- NHL defenceman (Calgary Flames).
Curacaos / Neth dancer (Josephine)
NBA forward / center (NY Knicks).
American porn dancer and actress
Australian-American singer; sister to the Gibb brothers, who are famous for their Bee Gees songs.
Windsor, Ontario -- NHL right-wing (Tampa Bay Lightning).
Havre de Grace, Maryland -- Playmate (Feb, 1987)
US funk metal singer/basist (Primus Suck on This).
Canadian ice hockey player
Prime Minister of Australia, Australian politician
American comedian and radio host
Scottish entrepreneur and owner of "Creation", the record label that is home to Primal Scream and The Jesus and Mary Chain. After signing Oasis on 4/30/1993, McGee was in deep debt and sold 49% of his record business to Sony.
American baseball player for the Milwaukee Brewers. He made his debut on 9/04/1984.
New Mexico, USA; actress (Capitol).
American-Canadian educator and cellist
American basketball player and executive. He was a basketball player for the San Antonio Spurs (1983aEUR'1985) and Chicago Bulls (1985aEUR'1994). Since 2003, he has been the Chicago Bulls' Vice President of Basketball Operations.
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 19501959
Silver City, New Mexico -- Actress (Brenda-Capitol, Death Wish 2)
American homicide: Sampson was a deadbeat father, a small-time criminal, an alcoholic in crisis, and the murderer of three victims. Sampson was charged with breaking into a house, murdering two drivers, and driving from Massachusetts to New Hampshire where he also killed another man. Gary, a bisexual, believes he is HIV+ after a life spiraling outof control. He was a …
American actor and comedian
English match referee and cricketer
English cricketer and sports broadcaster
English politician and sprinter
American actress and singer (The Roches),
Monroe, Louisiana -- Astronaut
England, United Kingdom -- 1500m runner (1980, 84 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
Welsh rugby player and academic
American actor from The Addams Family (TV Series)
American author and explorer
German manager and footballer
Editor (New Statesman & Society).
Illinois, USA; actress (Tron).
Montreal, Quebec -- Director / writer (Leola, Night Zoo)
American scholar and author
American author and economist
American homicide. He killed his wife, son and daughter on September 30, 1990. He was a walking wounded after a difficult life. After a bitter divorce, he loved his daughter and was afraid his wife would take her child away. He was granted visiting rights by the courts every other week for four hour.
Indiana, USA; actor (7 Brides for Seven Brothers).
German athlete (East Germany). She was a sprinter and won gold medals in the 400m individual race and the 4X400m relay for Germany at the 1972 Munich Olympics. French Colette Besseson, the 1968 Mexico Olympics winner, succeeded her.
The 59th Yokozuna, a Japanese sumo wrestler (d. 2011,)
American politician and judge of law
Klasky Csupo was co-founded by Klasky Csupo, an animator and producer from Hungary.
Jr. American trumpet player (d.2014)
English archaeologist, academic
Chilean politician and doctor, former political exile.
Colombian playwright and poet (d. 1977).
Italian politician and educator, 6th President of Emilia-Romagna
French survivor, safe, sound, most important eyewitness following the crash of a plane, Concorde, in front his hotel "Les Relais Bleus", at Gonesse in the Northeastern suburb Paris (25 Jul 2000). Tesse suffered from respiratory problems and has been fighting depression for the past ten years. After he sold his hAtel in 2003, he has lived far away from airports. …
French politician and director of the cabinet under Philippe Marchand. Vigouroux died 1/30/1992.
American manager and player
Italian actress and singer. With the song "Maledetta Primavera", she was second at the 1981 Festival della canzone italiana.
French publisher who was employed by Presses Universitaires de France as an Executive Assistant (1974-1985), Editororial Director (1985-1994), and Chairman of The Board (1994-192011).
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 19401949
Greek guitarist and singer-songwriter
Cleveland, Ohio -- Actor. (Ransom and Paper).
American producer of TV and film, born to Georges Simenon, a Belgian writer, and Denyse Ouimet, his second wife. They were married in 1950. John Simenon assumed administration of his father's rights and kept the "Simenon Factory", including management of the official Georges Simenon site, running in 1995.
Rock guitarist (Iron Butterfly)
USSR -- Sabres (1976; 80 Olympics - Gold Medalist).
Louisiana, USA; sportscaster/TV host (Today Show).
German jazz clarinetist
American sportscaster and journalist
German clarinet player, composer (German Clarinet Duo Clarinet Counterst and Klarinettenquartett Cl-4).
American guitarist and producer, singer-songwriter (Blues Image Iron Butterfly Cactus, Ramatam).
American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Grand Funk Railroad and Terry Knight and the Pack).
French restaurateur and chef, who has been awarded three Michelin stars for his work since 1986.
38th Chief Justice for India, Indian politician and lawyer (d. 2016).
Estonian politician and philosopher (d. 2015).
American soldier Medal of Honor recipient
Actress (Heat of the Day Shell Seekers Sunset, Heat of the Day)
Singer / guitarist (Bloodrock)
British Public Records Keeper
Greek poet and composer
USSR -- Shot putter (1968, 72, 76 Olympics - Gold / Silver / Bronze Medals)
French auctioneer, younger brother to Franck Alamo, pop singer.
American producer and composer
Denmark -- Actor (Taxa and Hayfever), Watch Me Fly, Guldregn
Polish union leader who led the Polish Solidarity Movement in 1980, a labor strike lasting 500 days of social change. He was also elected Chairman of the Committee as the head of the trade union. He was a moderate politician, a Catholic and an honest man who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1980. He had been arrested earlier, 12/31/1980.
Polish politician and electrician, 2nd President of Poland Nobel Prize laureate
American author and genealogist
Iranian politician and scholar 5th President of Iran
CEO (Specialist Computer Holdings).
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to President of Poland
French TV film director, screenwriter and actor, born to an English mother. He is best known for his TV series "Commissaire Moulin".
American actress known for her comic timing and fey delivery of comedy roles. The memorable and hilarious turns she made in "Blazing Saddles", "Young Frankenstein" and other comedy roles were characterized by wriggling hips, flouncy gestures, and a nasal, lisping voice that made each line unique. She was unique, and a lady who had her own agendas.
British actor, known as a roguish antique seller in "Lovejoy" from 1986 to 1994. He was a familiar face on TV and film, making his debut in 1962's "The Wild and the Willing." His roles include that of Judas in Jesus of Nazareth on TV, and films roles in "Villain and "Behind the Iron Mask."
French-American musician. He is a multi-talented composer, violinist, and music producer. From 1964-1969, he was a classical violinist. He also performed at nightclubs and music festivals. He toured Europe for two years with his own band in the early 1970s, and then became a recording artist with top international musical groups. His LPs include the 1967 "Sunday Walk", 1968 "Electric …
Italian ex-professional racing cyclist. Gimondi was nicknamed "The Phoenix" because he won the 1968 Vuelta a EspaA+–a. This victory came only three years after he became a professional cycling cyclist. He is still one of five cyclists who have achieved this feat.
Ontario sports Champions
American football player. He is a linebacker for San Francisco 49ers (1964aEUR'1974).
Australian politician and educator (d. 2013).
Massachusetts, USA; actress (Young Frankenstein, High Anxiety).
astronaut (STS 61C).
Massachusetts, USA; actress ("Man Without a Star")
American politician and captain
Serbian-American playwright and screenwriter (d. 1996).
British homicide: Rosemary was charged with nine murders and 11 with her husband, Rosemary.
American saxophonist (Last night)
Seattle, Washington -- PGA Golfer (1970 Canadian Open).
American baseball player. He was a left-handed first baseman who played for the Minnesota Twins (1964-1972), 1973, and 1973) and the Detroit Tigers (1973).
British serial killer (suicide) (Born in 1941).
The General Secretary of the National Union of Railwaymen, Scottish Union leader. Knapp, a former railway signalman was the general secretary of the largest rail union, RMT. He was also the last leader of NUR's former NUR. His deep Scottish accent and bulky frame made him a symbol of left-wing intransigence. However, he was actually a moderate who kept the …
NFL punter (Oakland Raiders).
Italian actor and singer, who is considered one of the "sacred beasts" of pop music.
Dominican politician, 34th Vice President of Dominican Republic (d.2014)
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 19301939
American actor (Born 1939).
Jim Baxter is widely regarded as one of the most skilled and talented footballers to come from Scotland. "Slim Jim", a left-footed midfielder with natural talent, is best remembered for his significant role in the victories over England in London in 1963 and 1967 at Wembley. England had just won the World Cup a few months prior. The 1967 victory …
German DR, Cosmonaut (Soyuz 31 backup)
Bosnian politician and businessman
California, USA, actor (Frank Burns, M*A*S*H Blue Movie).
American songwriter (d. 1994).
Second First Minister of Wales for Welsh politician
Italian actor who has appeared on more than 100 films and TV shows since 1968. He was the star of "Magnificat", which was entered in 1993 Cannes Film Festival.
Bosnian politician and economist
American guitarist and singer
American critic and author
Leader of the Dutch Union and Prime Minister of The Netherlands
English footballer (d. 2013)
British financier / Merchant (Hong Kong)
CEO (Matheson & Company).
MLB Pitcher (SF Giants, Cy Young 1967)
Director (British Antarctic Survey).
Algerian-born French journalist, TV host, and executive. He has been the President of LagardA"re News at Lagardere SCA since June 2008.
Italian politician and media mogul. In mid-May 1994, he was elected Italy's 54th Prime Minster in 49 years. He resigned after seven months of being in office in December 1994. In May 1995, he was indicted for corruption and bribery. He lost his second bid in 1996. His House of Freedoms coalition won an overwhelming majority in the election on …
American chiropractor, author of "Mutant Message Down Under," a non-fictional account of her experiences in Australia.
Nice, France -- Actress (3 murderesses)
British civil servant
American author (d. 2012)
French actress, with a career that spans six decades. Since 1953, she has been in 72 films. She was married once and was a partner with Marc Simenon, her husband director.
American musician. An American musician and dynamic singer. He is self-taught at the piano and projects an arrogant confidence on stage. At age eight, he began playing the piano by ear and became a professional pianist at age 14. He mainly played rhythm and blues in the early 1960s. In 1968, he switched to country western.
Skandor Akbar was an American wrestler and manager. His ring name is "Alexander The Great". Akbar was the manager of the devilish stable Devastation, Inc., which was part of Bill Watts's Universal Wrestling Federation in the 1980s. He also managed other territories, such as the World Class Championship Wrestling Federation and the Global Wrestling Federation.
Guyanese cricketer, manager
Hungarian-American academic and psychologist
American screenwriter and author (d. 2009).
Australian cricketer (d.2015)
Mozambican politician and commander 1st President Mozambique
American CEO of B.F. Goodrich (a tire company division that specializes in PVC and aerospace chemicals), Ong graduated from Harvard Law with a BA in History and MA in History, as well as an LLB degree. Ong raises Black Angus cattle as an avocation on his Pennsylvania farm.
Texas, United States -- Writer / director (Kramer vs. Kramer)
Indian actor (d. 2004)
General director (Royal Opera House, Covent Garden)
American sportscaster and baseball player (d. 2002).
CEO (Mercury Asset Management Group).
American / British painter/graphic artist (pop art).
CEO (British section of Amnesty International).
Headmistress (Manchester High School for Girls).
Indian actor producer and director (d. 2004).
Swedish actress, model and sex symbol. Her role as Sylvia in Federico Fellini's film is her most well-known.
Pennsylvania, USA; actor.
German-English priest and theologian
American Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Academics
Lord-Lieutenant of Wigtown
American CEO and manager of Henley Group, a company that produces diagnostic instruments and other light manufacturing products. Dingman studied general management at the University of Maryland.
(Rep-R-Pennsylvania, 1963- )
Nobel Prize laureate.
Australian pianist and conductor
Australia; conductor (Australian Orchestra Sydney-1976).
French scientist and physicist, who served as Deputy Director at the Leprince–Ringuet Laboratory from 1964 to 1969. He then joined the European Laboratory for Particle Physics in 1969.
British author of Inspector Morse books
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 19201929
British Lord-Lieutenant (Mid Glamorgan)
American politician and former mayor of Camden in New Jersey was indicted for bribery in 1980 by an FBI agent who claimed to be an Arab millionaire and offered money in exchange for favors. The story was finally revealed on February 2, 1980, after a two-year investigation.
Zimbabwean journalist and politician Zimbabwean Minister for Foreign Affairs (d. 2014.)
Indian diplomat and politician 1st Indian Security Advisor (d.2012)
German politician (CDU), and minister in the cabinets Kurt Georg Kiesinger, Ludwig Erhard, and Helmut Kohl. From 1971 to 1982, he was the minister-president for the German state (Land), of Schleswig-Holstein and President of the Bundesrat in 1977/78.
4th Baron Avebury English lieutenant-engineer and politician
Dutch poet / author
American chemical engineer and chief executive officer of American Cyamid, an agricultural and specialty chemical production company. Sella graduated from Harvard with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering and an MBA degree. He is also a former All-American.
American politician. He was a maverick Republican who voted against Nixon in 1972's presidential primaries. He is a very liberal senator, but he is also an independent and controversial senator.
American race car driver (d.2000)
San Bernardino Politician
Brazil -- Triple jumper (1952, 56 Olympics - Gold Medalist)
American author and historian (d. 2013).
Brazilian triple jumper and actor (d.2001)
American politician (Senator-Republican-California).
American psychiatrist, professor, and author of many books based on her interest in women's psychological issues. "Toward a New Psychology of Women" was her 1976 book.
American bondage artist and illustrator. He is best known for his cartoonesque soft porn images that show sexy dominatrices who overpower men. Stanton died March 17, 1999.
American football coach and player (d. 2013).
French racing cyclist, professional around 1948 to 1961.
American politician and autobiographer. He was a former radio announcer, teacher, and insurance salesman. After three years of service in the military, he graduated from university with a degree that included Political-Science and was able to take up a position as a professor at the University.
AeroVironment was founded by an American engineer (d. 2007).
American actor (d.2013)
Lord Chief Justice of Appeal
Eighteen-year-old victim of a Scottish homicide. Her body was found under the stairs in an unidentified sack at the Aberdeen tenement, where she lived, on 4/21/1934. She had been to the grocery store earlier in the afternoon to purchase bread for her mother, but she never returned. Helen was suffering from asphyxiation, and it was suspected that she was being …
British air marshal
Italy sport Champion
Texas, USA; actor (Ben - Dallas, SWAT).
Football coach (Houston Oilers/New Orlean Saints).
American coach for the Houston Oilers, a Los Angeles-based team.
American illustrator and author (d. 2005).
Scranton (PA) -- Actress (Dark City and Desert Fury).
American astrologer. In April 1968, he joined AFA.
New Zealand composer and educator (d. 2014.)
English manager and footballer (d. 2012).
American guitarist (Bill Haley & His Comets). (d. 2014.)
Director / actor (Boris Godunov, Step, Otello)
English Nobel Prize laureate in Biochemistry and Academics (d. 1992).
Czech violinist and conductor (Smetana Quartet), (d. 1995).
English chemist, Nobel laureate (d. 1992)
Mexican lawyer, editor, journalist, and writer. He was the first Mexican moreliano to be awarded the National Journalism Award of Mexico in 1984. On October 1, 1986, he officially retired at the Annual Dinner of the Anniversary of the Universal. Following his retirement, he continued to maintain his private library of Ci newspapers and visited newspaper archives.
American classical music producer, designer engineer and occasional electronic music composer. Pfeiffer, 75, died in Manhattan on February 8, 1996 from a heart attack.
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 19101919
Japan -- Gymnist (1960 Olympics-Gold Medalist)
Belarusian chess player (d. 2014.)
Lawrenceburg Military man
Texas, United States -- Actor. (Born to Speed Tombstone Motor Patrol, Tombstone).
France sport Champion
Argentine composer of traditional music.
American homicide. Mack Truesdale was a factory worker who hired him to kill Blanche. Buchler is believed to have killed her father years ago, since he didn't return from a boat trip he took with his niece.
German operatic tenor, especially associated with Mozart roles.
English cartoonist (d. 1995)
Philippines -- Actress (Sea Hawk Paris After Dark).
Boston, Massachusetts -- Actress (Don Winslow from the Navy).
American businessman founded Napa Valley Wine Train (d.2007).
American academic and historian (d. 2011).
English actor (Born 1913).
American producer and director (d. 2001).
Italian soccer player. He died in October 1996, probably around 3-4.
Dutch painter and sculptor, who died 26 June 1990.
NYC, New York -- Producer/director (Inherit The Wind)
Ferrara, Italy -- Director (Blowup, Red Desert).
Basel, Germany -- Actor. (Day of Anger. Class Reunion. Palace Hotel).
Italian director of film who made a significant impact on the film world since the 1960s. His psychological plots were complex and he was prone to pessimism. His works include "Blow-up", 1966 in England and "Zabriskie Point", 1969 in the U.S.
German serial killer and rapist. Also known as the S-Bahn Murderer. He was active in Nazi-era Berlin during World War II. Deutsche Reichsbahn employed Ogorzow, who worked for the S-Bahn, Berlin's commuter train system. Ogorzow was known for using routine wartime blackouts that occurred as a result the Allied bombardment of Berlin to prey on his victims. He was responsible …
Los Angeles sports champions
CH, FRS natural philosopher
American tennis champion, who won the Wimbledon Men's Singles Championship in 1932.
Actress (Born to Dance Great Ziegfield), who dies at 71
American Western-style singer and guitarist
Famous birthdays on September 29th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 19001909
North Ireland -- Actress (Pride & Prejudice and Chips)
North Ireland -- Actress (Pride & Prejudice and Chips)
American educator and sprinter (d. 1967).
American singer who became famous as a singing cowboy on radio, in movies and on television. His fame lasted for over three decades, starting in the 1930s. Autry was also owner of a television station, several radio stations in Southern California, and the Los Angeles/California/Anaheim Angels Major League Baseball team from 1961 to 1997.
Plymouth, England -- Actor (Dick & the Duchess).
Artesian, South Dakota -- Newscaster, (Story of the Week on NBC).
Publix was founded by an American businessman
French politician and civil engineer who died in Paris on April 3, 1996.
France sport Champion
Anglo-American actress, Garson was very popular in the Second World War. She was listed by the Motion Picture Herald among America's top ten box office draws between 1942 and 1946. Garson was one of the most prominent stars at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in the 1940s. She received seven Academy Award nominations including five consecutive nominations. In 1942, Garson won the Best Actress …
French-American editor and columnist in fashion. She was a consultant to the Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and worked in fashion magazines Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, and as an editor in the field of fashion. In 1964, she was inducted into the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame.
Brooklyn, New York -- Actor. (Police Chief Hegedorn - Steve Canyon).
An otolaryngologist and Scottish oral surgeon. He was a Consultant Advisor to the Ministry of Health, a doctor and was knighted. Cawthorne has two children and is married to his wife.
Mexican politician and lawyer 46th President of Mexico (d.83)
President of Mexico (d.83)
Italian-American physicist who discovered uranium Fission with Leo Szilard. He invented the atomic reactor in 1942. Fermi was the inventor of the first atomic piles, the first nuclear chain reaction and later worked at Los Alamos' Atomic Project.
Philosopher, poet and artist. Also a catholic and nonviolent activist. He was a western disciple of Mohandas K. Gandhi and worked for interreligious dialogues, spiritual renewal, ecological activism, nonviolence, and peace.