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*[[1678]] - [[Antonio Vivaldi]], Italian composer (d. [[1741]]) *[[1678]] - [[Antonio Vivaldi]], Italian composer (d. [[1741]])
*[[1876]] - [[Léon-Paul Fargue]], French poet (d. [[1947]]) *[[1876]] - [[Léon-Paul Fargue]], French poet (d. [[1947]])
- +*[[1913]] - [[John Garfield]], American actor (d. [[1952]])
-*[[1913]] - [[Taos Amrouche]], Algerian writer and singer (d. [[1976]])+*[[1928]] - [[Alan Sillitoe]], English writer
-* 1913 - [[John Garfield]], American actor (d. [[1952]])+*[[1941]] - [[Adrian Lyne]], English film director
-* 1913 - [[Willie Johnson (guitarist)]], American guitarist (d. [[1995]])+
-*[[1914]] - [[Gino Colaussi]] (Luigi Colaussi), Italian footballer (d. [[1991]])+
-* 1914 - [[Ward Kimball]], American cartoonist (d. [[2002]])+
-* 1914 - [[Robert R. Wilson]], American physicist, sculptor and architect (d. [[2000]])+
-*[[1915]] - [[Carlos Surinach]], Spanish composer (d. [[1997]])+
-*[[1916]] - [[William Alland]], American actor, producer, writer and director (d. [[1997]])+
-* 1916 - [[Giorgio Bassani]], Italian writer (d. [[2000]])+
-* 1916 - [[Hans Eysenck]], German-born psychologist (d. [[1997]])+
-*[[1917]] - [[Clyde McCullough]], American baseball player (d. [[1982]])+
-*[[1918]] - [[Margaret Osborne duPont]], American tennis player+
-*[[1919]] - [[Buck Baker]], American racecar driver (d. [[2002]])+
-*[[1920]] - [[Jean Lecanuet]], French politician (d. [[1993]])+
-* 1920 - [[Alan MacNaughtan]], Scottish actor (d. [[2002]])+
-*[[1921]] - [[Halim El-Dabh]], Egyptian-born composer+
-* 1921 - [[Joan Greenwood]], English actress (d. [[1987]])+
-* 1921 - [[Wilson Harris]], Guyanese writer+
-* 1921 - [[Dinny Pails]], Australian tennis player+
-*[[1922]] - [[Richard E. Cunha]], American cinematographer and film director (d. [[2005]])+
-* 1922 - [[Martha O'Driscoll]], American film actress (d. [[1998]])+
-* 1922 - [[Dina Pathak]] (Deena Pathak), Veteran Gujarati theatre and film actress (d. [[2002]])+
-*[[1923]] - [[Sir Patrick Moore]], British astronomer+
-*[[1924]] - [[Kenneth O'Donnell]], aide to US President John F. Kennedy (d. [[1977]])+
-*[[1925]] - [[Paul Mauriat]], French musician (d. [[2006]])+
-*[[1926]] - [[Richard DeVos]], American billionaire, co-founder of [[Amway]]+
-* 1926 - [[James J. Eagan]], Former Mayor of Florissant, Missouri (d. [[2000]])+
-* 1926 - [[Pascual Pérez (boxing)]], Argentine flyweight boxer (d. [[1977]])+
-* 1926 - [[Don Rendell]], English jazz musician and arranger+
-* 1926 - [[Fran Warren]], American singer+
-*[[1927]] - [[Philip Batt]], 29th Governor of the U.S. state of Idaho+
-* 1927 - [[Thayer David]], American actor (d. [[1978]])+
-* 1927 - [[Robert Orben]], American magician+
-* 1927 - [[Dick Savitt]], American tennis player+
-* 1927 - [[Cy Touff]], American jazz musician (d. [[2003]])+
-*[[1928]] - [[Samuel Adler (composer)|Samuel Adler]], American composer+
-* 1928 - [[Alan Sillitoe]], English writer+
-*[[1929]] - [[Bernard Haitink]], Dutch conductor +
-* 1929 - [[Josep Mestres Quadreny]], Catalan composer+
-*[[1931]] - [[Wally Bruner]], American journalist and television host (d. [[1997]])+
-* 1931 - [[Bob Johnson (ice hockey)|Bob Johnson]], American ice hockey coach (d. [[1991]]) +
-* 1931 - [[William Henry Keeler]], American Roman Catholic Archbishop and Cardinal+
-* 1931 - [[Alice Rivlin]], American economist+
-*[[1932]] - [[Ryszard Kapuściński]], Polish journalist (d. [[2007]])+
-* 1932 - [[Miriam Makeba]], South African singer +
-* 1932 - [[Ed Roth|Ed "Big Daddy" Roth]], American car designer (d. [[2001]])+
-* 1932 - [[Frank Wells]], American entertainment businessman (d. [[1994]])+
-*[[1933]] - [[Ann Burton]], Dutch jazz singer (d. [[1989]])+
-* 1933 - [[John W Mills]], British sculptor+
-* 1933 - [[Nino Vaccarella]], former Italian sports car racing and [[Formula One]] driver+
-*[[1934]] - [[Mario Davidovsky]], Argentinian composer+
-* 1934 - [[John Duffey]], American bluegrass musician (d. [[1996]])+
-* 1934 - [[Anne Haney]], American actress (d. [[2001]])+
-* 1934 - [[Barbara McNair]], American singer and actress (d. [[2007]])+
-* 1934 - [[Janez Strnad]], Slovenian physicist+
-* 1934 - [[Gleb Yakunin]], Russian priest and dissident+
-*[[1935]] - [[Bent Larsen]], Danish chess player+
-* 1935 - [[Nancy Whiskey]], Scottish folk singer (d. [[2003]])+
-*[[1936]] - [[Jim Clark]], [[OBE]], Scottish racing driver and two-time [[F1]] [[List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions|world champion]] (d. [[1968]])+
-* 1936 - [[Aribert Reimann]], German composer +
-*[[1937]] - [[Graham Dowling]], New Zealand cricketer+
-* 1937 - [[Leslie Gelb]], American foreign policy advisor+
-* 1937 - [[Yuri Senkevich]], Russian cosmonaut (d. [[2003]])+
-* 1937 - [[Barney Wilen]], French jazz saxophonist (d. [[1996]])+
-*[[1938]] - [[Angus MacLise]], American percussionist (d. [[1979]])+
-* 1938 - [[Don Perkins]], American football player+
-* 1938 - [[Paula Prentiss]], American actress+
-* 1938 - [[Adam Daniel Rotfeld]], Polish diplomat and researcher+
-*[[1939]] - [[Jack Fisher]], American baseball player+
-* 1939 - [[Carlos Vereza]], Brazilian actor+
-*[[1940]] - [[Volodymyr Morozov]], Ukrainian flatwater canoer+
-*[[1941]] - [[John Aprea]], American actor+
-* 1941 - [[Adrian Lyne]], English film director+
* 1941 - [[Bobby Shew]], American jazz musician * 1941 - [[Bobby Shew]], American jazz musician
*[[1942]] - [[Gloria Gaither]], American gospel songwriter *[[1942]] - [[Gloria Gaither]], American gospel songwriter

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