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-== Art and culture ==, English singer ([[AC/DC]])+== Art and culture ==
-*[[1948]] - [[Tawl Ross]], American musician ([[P Funk]])+*[[1948]] - ''[[Étude aux chemins de fer]]'' by Pierre Schaeffer is broadcast on French radio.
-* 1948 - [[Zoran Živković (writer)|Zoran Živković]], Serbian writer+*[[1969]] - [[ Monty Python]] first airs on the BBC
-*[[1949]] - [[Ralph Goodale]], Canadian politician+*[[1979]] - ''[[The Mother and the Whore]]'' opens at the New York film festival.
-* 1949 - [[Bill James]], American baseball writer+==Births==
-* 1949 - [[B.W. Stevenson]], American singer (d. [[1988]])+*[[1713]] - [[Denis Diderot]], French philosopher and encylopedist (d. [[1784]])
-*[[1950]] - [[Eddie Clarke|'Fast' Eddie Clarke]], English guitarist ([[Motörhead]], [[Fastway (band)|Fastway]])+*[[1840]] - [[John Addington Symonds]], English poet and literary critic. (d. [[1893]])
-* 1950 - [[Jeff Conaway]], American actor+*[[1864]] - [[Louis Lumière]], French film pioneer (d. [[1948]])
-* 1950 - [[Edward P. Jones]], American writer+*[[1927]] - [[Al Hansen]], American artist (d. 1995)
-*[[1951]] - [[Karen Allen]], American actress+*[[1935]] - [[Ben Barenholtz]], American film entrepreneur (d. 1995)
-* 1951 - [[Bob Geldof]], Irish singer ([[The Boomtown Rats]]) and activist+*[[1949]] - [[Peter Ackroyd]], British author
 +*[[1950]] - [[Laura Gemser]], Indonesian actress
*[[1952]] - [[Clive Barker]], English writer *[[1952]] - [[Clive Barker]], English writer
-* 1952 - [[Duncan Regehr]], Canadian actor+*[[1975]] - [[Kate Winslet]], English actress
-* 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 ==+
-*Neil Postman+
-# Denis Diderot+
-# Jean Vigo+
-# Sylvia Beach+
-# Al Hansen+
-# Clive Barker+
-# Woodrow Parfrey+
-# Peter Ackroyd+
-# Ben Barenholtz+
-# John Addington Symonds+
-# Joachim Patinir+
-# [[Laura Gemser]]+
-* Jan Lenica+
-* Auguste and Louis Lumière+
-* Jacques Offenbach+
-* Monty Python+
- +
 +==Deaths==
 +*[[1524]] - [[Joachim Patinir]], Flemish painter (b. ca. [[1480]])
 +*[[1880]] - [[Jacques Offenbach]], German-born composer (b. [[1819]])
 +*[[1934]] - [[Jean Vigo]], French filmmaker (b. [[1905]])
 +*[[1962]] - [[Sylvia Beach]], American book store owner and publisher (b. [[1887]])
 +*[[1992]] - [[Eddie Kendricks]], American singer ([[The Temptations]]) (b. [[1939]])
 +*[[2001]] - [[Jan Lenica]], Polish graphic designer (b. [[1928]])
 +*[[2003]] - [[Neil Postman]], American cultural critic (b. [[1931 ]])
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