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- +*[[1948]] - [[Tawl Ross]], American musician ([[P Funk]])
-== Births ==+* 1948 - [[Zoran Živković (writer)|Zoran Živković]], Serbian writer
-== Deaths ==+*[[1949]] - [[Ralph Goodale]], Canadian politician
 +* 1949 - [[Bill James]], American baseball writer
 +* 1949 - [[B.W. Stevenson]], American singer (d. [[1988]])
 +*[[1950]] - [[Eddie Clarke|'Fast' Eddie Clarke]], English guitarist ([[Motörhead]], [[Fastway (band)|Fastway]])
 +* 1950 - [[Jeff Conaway]], American actor
 +* 1950 - [[Edward P. Jones]], American writer
 +*[[1951]] - [[Karen Allen]], American actress
 +* 1951 - [[Bob Geldof]], Irish singer ([[The Boomtown Rats]]) and activist
 +*[[1952]] - [[Clive Barker]], English writer
 +* 1952 - [[Duncan Regehr]], Canadian actor
 +* 1952 - [[Gigi Sabani]], Italian TV host (d. [[2007]])
 +*[[1957]] - [[Mark Geragos]], American attorney
 +*[[1958]] - [[André Kuipers]], Dutch astronaut
 +* 1958 - [[Bernie Mac]], American comedian
 +*[[1960]] - [[Daniel Baldwin]], American actor
 +*[[1961]] - [[Matthew Kauffman]], American journalist and [[George Polk Award]] winner
 +* 1961 - [[David Kirk]], New Zealand rugby union footballer
 +*[[1962]] - [[Michael Andretti]], American race car driver
 +*[[1963]] - [[Caron Keating]], Irish television personality (d. [[2004]])
 +*[[1964]] - [[Keiji Fujiwara]], Japanese voice actor
 +* 1964 - [[Malik Saidullaev ]] Chechen businessman
 +* 1964 - [[Warren E. Miller]], Maryland politician
 +*[[1965]] - [[Mario Lemieux]], Canadian ice hockey player
 +* 1965 - [[Patrick Roy]], Canadian ice hockey player
 +*[[1966]] - [[Jan Verhaas]], Dutch snooker referee
 +*[[1967]] - [[Guy Pearce]], Anglo-Australian actor
 +*[[1970]] - [[Agnes Barley]], American artist
 +* 1970 - [[Josie Bissett]], American actress
 +* 1970 - [[South Park Mexican]], American rapper
 +*[[1972]] - [[Grant Hill (basketball player)|Grant Hill]], American basketball player
 +* 1972 - [[Thomas Roberts (news anchor)|Thomas Roberts]], American news anchor
 +*[[1974]] - [[Heather Headley]], Trinidadian singer
 +* 1974 - [[Colin Meloy]], American singer ([[The Decemberists]])
 +*[[1975]] - [[Bobo Balde|Bobo Baldé]], Guinean footballer
 +* 1975 - [[Parminder Nagra]], English actress
 +* 1975 - [[Kate Winslet]], English actress
 +*[[1976]] - [[Song Seung-hun]], South Korean actor
 +* 1976 - [[Ramzan Kadyrov]], Chechen President
 +* 1976 - [[J. J. Yeley]], American race car driver
 +*[[1978]] - [[Shane Ryan]], Irish Gaelic footballer
 +* 1978 - [[Morgan Webb]], Canadian-born television presenter
 +* 1978 - [[James Valentine (musician)|James Valentine]], American musician ([[Maroon 5]])
 +*[[1979]] - [[Curtis Sanford]], Canadian ice hockey player
 +* 1979 - [[Vincenzo Grella]], Australian soccer player
 +*[[1980]] - [[Paul Thomas]], American bassist ([[Good Charlotte]])
 +*[[1981]] - [[Kelvin Tan Wei Lian]], Singaporean singer
 +*[[1983]] - [[Nicky Hilton]], American heiress
 +*[[1984]] - [[Kenwyne Jones]], Trinidadian footballer
 +*[[1985]] - [[Nicola Roberts]], English singer ([[Girls Aloud]])
 +*[[1987]] - [[Javier Villa]], Spanish racing driver
 +*[[1990]] - [[Mark Anthony Fitzpatrick]], Irish Radio Host
== Notes == == Notes ==
*Neil Postman *Neil Postman

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== Art and culture ==, English singer (AC/DC)

Notes

  • Neil Postman
  1. Denis Diderot
  2. Jean Vigo
  3. Sylvia Beach
  4. Al Hansen
  5. Clive Barker
  6. Woodrow Parfrey
  7. Peter Ackroyd
  8. Ben Barenholtz
  9. John Addington Symonds
  10. Joachim Patinir
  11. Laura Gemser
  • Jan Lenica
  • Auguste and Louis Lumière
  • Jacques Offenbach
  • Monty Python





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