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*[[1933]] - [[Jean-Claude Brialy]], French actor and director *[[1933]] - [[Jean-Claude Brialy]], French actor and director
*[[1937]] - [[Warren Beatty]], American actor and director *[[1937]] - [[Warren Beatty]], American actor and director
-*[[1940]] - [[Jerry Lucas]], American basketball player 
-*[[1941]] - [[Graeme Edge]], British musician ([[Moody Blues]]) 
-* 1941 - [[Wasim Sajjad]], [[President of Pakistan]] 
-*[[1943]] - [[Ken Forssi]], American musician ([[Love (band)|Love]]) (d. [[1998]]) 
*[[1945]] - [[Eric Clapton]], British guitarist/singer *[[1945]] - [[Eric Clapton]], British guitarist/singer
-*[[1947]] - [[Ryszard Kotla]], Polish travel writer and activist, tour guide, journalist, academic teacher, engineer+*[[1968]] - [[Celine Dion]], Canadian singer
-*[[1948]] - [[Mervyn King]], British economist+
-* 1948 - [[Eddie Jordan]] Former owner of [[Jordan Grand Prix]]+
-* 1949 - [[Naomi Sims]], American fashion model and businesswoman+
-* 1949 - [[Liza Frulla]], Quebec politician+
-*[[1950]] - [[Robbie Coltrane]], Scottish actor and comedian+
-*[[1951]] - [[Yves Séguin]], Quebec politician+
-*[[1952]] - [[Peter Knights]], Australian footballer and coach+
-*[[1953]] - [[Cydney Bernard]], American film producer+
-*[[1955]] - [[Randy VanWarmer]], American singer and songwriter (d. [[2004]])+
-*[[1956]] - [[Bill Butler]], Scottish politician+
-*[[1957]] - [[Paul Reiser]], American actor+
-*[[1958]] - [[Maurice LaMarche]], Canadian voice actor+
-*[[1959]] - [[Peter Hugh McGregor Ellis|Peter Ellis]], convicted child abuser+
-* 1959 - [[Sabine Meyer]], German clarinetist+
-*[[1961]] - [[Doug Wickenheiser]], Canadian ice hockey player (d. [[1999]])+
-*[[1962]] - [[MC Hammer]], American rap musician+
-*[[1963]] - [[Eli-Eri Moura]], Brazilian composer and conductor+
-*[[1964]] - [[Tracy Chapman]], American singer+
-* 1964 - [[Vlado Bozinovski]], Australian former footballer+
-* 1964 - [[Dave Ellett]], Canadian hockey player+
-* 1964 - [[Ian Ziering]], American actor+
-*[[1965]] - [[Piers Morgan]], British journalist+
-*[[1966]] - [[Joey Castillo]], American drummer ([[Queens of the Stone Age]])+
-* 1966 - [[Efstratios Grivas]], Greek chess grandmaster and author+
-*[[1967]] - [[Christopher Bowman]], American figure skater (d. [[2008]])+
-* 1967 - [[Hayashibara Megumi]], Japanese voice actress and singer+
-*[[1968]] - [[Donna D'Errico]], American actress and model+
-* 1968 - [[Celine Dion]], Canadian singer+
-*[[1970]] - [[Secretariat (racehorse)|Secretariat]], American racehorse (d. [[1989]])+
-*[[1971]] - [[Mark Consuelos]], American actor+
-*[[1972]] - [[Mili Avital]], Israeli-American actress+
-*[[1973]] - [[Jan Koller]], Czech footballer+
-*[[1973]] - [[Matthew Pritchard]] Welsh Stuntman+
-*[[1975]] - [[Bahar Soomekh]], American actress+
-*[[1976]] - [[Mark McClelland]], Northern Irish musician ([[Degrassi (band)|Degrassi]])+
-* 1976 - [[Ty Conklin]], American ice hockey player+
-* 1976 - [[Obadele Thompson]], Barbadian athlete+
-*[[1978]] - [[Chris Paterson]], Scottish rugby player+
-*[[1979]] - [[Norah Jones]], American singer and pianist+
-* 1979 - [[Simon Webbe]], English singer+
-*[[1980]] - [[Ricardo Osorio]], Mexican footballer+
-* 1980 - [[Yalin]], Turkish singer and songwriter+
-* 1980 - [[Paul Wall]], American rapper+
-*[[1982]] - [[Jason Dohring]], American actor+
-*[[1983]] - [[Jérémie Aliadière]], French footballer+
-* 1983 - [[Zach Gowen]], American professional wrestler+
-* 1983 - [[Scott Moffatt]], Canadian singer and songwriter+
-* 1983 - [[Davis Romero]], Panamanian baseball player+
-* 1983 - [[Hebe Tian]], Taiwanese singer ([[S.H.E]])+
-*[[1984]] - [[Mario Ancic]], Croatian tennis player+
-* 1984 - [[Anna Nalick]], American singer and songwriter+
-*[[1986]] - [[Beni Arashiro]], Japanese singer+
-* 1986 - [[Sergio Ramos García|Sergio Ramos]], Spanish footballer+
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==Deaths== ==Deaths==
*[[1486]] - [[Thomas Bourchier]], [[Archbishop of Canterbury]] *[[1486]] - [[Thomas Bourchier]], [[Archbishop of Canterbury]]

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