Famous People with the Sun In Aries


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March 21, 1685 - Johann Sebastian Bach
March 21, 1867 - Florenz Ziegfeld
March 21, 1944 - Timothy Dalton - Actor - Dalton is probably most widely known for portraying superspy James Bond in "The Living Daylights" and "Licence to Kill." Dalton also has appeared in such classic films as "The Lion in Winter," "Mary, Queen of Scots" and "Wuthering Heights." His recent work includes the comedy "Hot Fuzz," the Western "American Outlaws" and "Time Squared." Dalton was born in Colwyn Bay, Wales, on this day. 
March 21, 1962 - Matthew Broderick - Actor
March 21, 1962 - Rosie O'Donnell - Comedian and TV Host. Starred on the "Rosie O'Donnell Show" and "The View" also played "Betty Rubble" in the movie "The Flintstones" born in Commack, N.Y.
March 21, 1986 - Scott Eastwood - Actor - Scott who also goes by the name Scott Reeves, has appeared in films such as "The Lion of Judah," "Invictus" and "Gran Torino." He will next star in the upcoming indie drama "Epic." Eastwood is the son of Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood and the half-brother of actress Alison Eastwood. Scott was born in Carmel, California on this day.
March 22, 1923 - Marcel Marceau - Mime
March 22, 1930 - Pat Robertson - Religious Figure
March 22, 1931 - William Shatner - Actor Played Captain Kirk on TV series Star Trek and Admiral Kirk in the "Star Trek" movies.
March 22, 1934 - Orrin Hatch - Politician
March 22, 1959 - Matthew Modine - Actor - Modine rode to fame in the 1980s starring in acclaimed films such as "Birdy," "Vision Quest" and "Full Metal Jacket." His more recent work includes appearing in the films "Transporter 2" and "Mary" as well as appearing regularly on the hit cable series "Weeds." Besides acting, Modine has written a book detailing his experiences making one of his most memorable films entitled "Full Metal Jacket Dairy." Modine was born in Lorna, California, on this day.
March 22, 1975 - Anne Dudek - Actress - Dudek currently stars as Danielle Brooks on the series "Covert Affairs." She's also had recurring roles on "House M.D.," "Mad Men" and "Big Love." On the big screen , Dudek has appeared in such films as "10 Items or Less," "White Chicks" and "The Human Stain." Anne was born in Boston on this day.
March 22, 1976 - Reese Witherspoon - Actress - Academy Award winner, played in such films as "Walk the Line", "Legal Blonde" and "Election." Born in New Orleans. Witherspoon was born in  Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon New Orleans, Louisiana, on this day.
March 22, 1985 - Keira Knightley
March 23, 1904 - Joan Crawford
March 23, 1910 - Akira Kurosawa - Director
March 23, 1949 - Ric Ocasek
March 23, 1965 - Richard Grieco - Actor plated "Detective Dennis Booker" in the 1980's hit series "21 Jump Street" and spin-off "Booker". Movies "Mobsters" and "A Night at the Roxbury". Born in Watertown, N.Y.
March 23, 1978 - Nicholle Tom - Actress - Nicholle the sister of soap stars Heather Tom and David Tom, is known to TV viewers for playing the part of Maggie Sheffield on the hit series "The Nanny." Tom also lent her voice talents to the role of Supergirl on both the animated series "Justice League" and "Superman." She has guest-starred on episodes of "Castle," "The Mentalist" and "Without a Trace." Nicholle was born in Hinsdale, Illinois.
March 23, 1990 - Princess Eugenie - Royalty
March 24, 1834 - William Morris - Designer
March 24, 1874 - Harry Houdini - Magician/ illusionist
March 24, 1907 - Paul Sauve Joseph-Mignault-Paul Sauve
March 24, 1930 - Steve McQueen - Actor
March b24, 1944 - R. Lee Ermey - Actor - Ermey has played memorable roles in such films as "Full Metal Jacket," "Mississippi Burning" and the "Toy Story" franchise. Ermey hosted the show "Mail Call" and "Lock N' Load With R. Lee Ermey." He is a Marine Corps veteran and served in the Vietnam War. Lee was born in Emporia, Kansas on this day.
March 24, 1953 - Louie Anderson - Comedian - Anderson served as host of the revival of the most popular game show "Family Feud" from 1999-2002. He also created and starred in the popular Emmy-winning cartoon series "Life With Louie." He's guest starred on numerous TV shows such as "Scrubs" and "Touched by an Angel" and has written three books including "Dear Dad Letters From an Adult Child." Anderson was born in Minneapolis on this day.
March 24, 1964 - Annabella Sciorra
March 24, 1969 - Houston - American pornographic actress. Born in Long Beach, Californa.
March 24, 1974 - Alyson Hannigan - actress - plats Lily on the comedy series "How I Met Your Mother" also played Buffy's pal Willow on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and Michelle in three of the "American Pie" movies.
March 25, 1867 - Arturo Toscanini - Conductor
March 25, 1920 - Howard Cosell - Sports Figure
March 25, 1921 - Simone Signoret - an Award-wining Jewish-French Actress. Born Simone Henriette Charlotte Kaminker in Wiesbaden Germany.
March 25, 1928 - James Lovell - Astronaut
March 25, 1934 - Gloria Steinem
March 25, 1940 - Anita Bryant - Singer
March 25, 1934 - Gloria Steinem - Publisher
March 25, 1942 - Aretha Franklin - Singer
March 25, 1947 - Elton John - Elton this creative guy has been on top of the music world for nearly 40 years with hits such as "Rocket Man," "Bennie and the Jets" and "Candle in the Wind." He's won five Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. Elton was knighted by the Queen of England and given the title of Sir Elton John. Elton John plans to tour with fellow musical icon Billy Joel in the summer of 2009. Elton was born Reginald Dwight in Middlesex, England, on this day.
March 25, 1948 - Bonnie Bedelia - Actress - who is the aunt of Macaulay Culkin. Play Mrs. John McClane in the first two "Die Hard" blockbuster movies. Born in New York City.
March 25, 1960 - Brenda Strong - An American actress and yoga instructor, best known for her roles as Sue Ellen Mischke on Seinfeld, Sally Sasser on Sports Night and Mary Alice Young on Desperate Housewives. Born Brenda Lee Strong in Brightwood, Oregon on this day.
March 25, 1965 - Sarah Jesssica Parker - Actress
Marcg 25, 1982 - Sean Faris - Actor - Sean has starred in such movies as "Forever Strong," "Never Back Down." and "The King of Fighters." He's had recurring roles on the TV series "Leverage" and "The Vampire Diaries," and also starred in the short-lived series "Reunion" and "Life as We Know It." Faris also lent his voice talents to the 2011 video game "Need for Speed: The Run." Faris was born in Houston, Texas on this day.
March 26, 1859 - A. E. Housman - Writer
March 26, 1874 - Robert Frost - Poet
March 26, 1911 - Tennessee Williams- Major American Playwright of the twentieth century. Born Thomas Lanier Williams III
March 26, 1930 - Sandra Day O'Connor - Supreme Court
March 26, 1931 - Leonard Nimoy - Actor played Lt. Commander Spock on TV series Star Trek
March 26, 1934 - Alan Arkin - Actor
March 26, 1939 - James Caan - Actor
March 26, 1942 - Erica Jong - Writer
March 26, 1944 - Diana Ross - Singer/ Actress
March 26, 1948 - Steven Tyler - Rock Star - the Father of Liv Tyler. Known as The Demon of Screamin' is the Lead singer of the super rock group "Aerosmith" since 1970. Recent inductees into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Aerosmith's Mega hits include "Walk This Way", "Dream On" and "Dude Look Like A Lady." born Stephen Tallarico in Yonkers, N.Y.
March 26, 1948 - Erica Jong - An American Author and Educator. Born Erica Weisman in New York city, New York.
March 26, 1949 - Vicki Lawrence - Actress and singer - Vicki rose to fame as a cast member of "The Carol Burnett Show," for which she won an Emmy in 1976. She Later portrayed Mama on the long-running series "Mama's Family" from 1983-1990. Lawrence won another Emmy for her talk show "Vicki!" in 1993. Lawrence had a No. 1 hit song in 1972 with her rendition of "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia." Lawrence was born in Inglewood, California, on this day.
March 26, 1950 - Martin Short - Comedian/ Actor
March 26, 1972 - Leslie Mann - Actress - Leslie has stretched her comedic legs in such films as "17 Again," "Knocked up" and "The Forty Year-Old Virgin." She recently lent her talents to the mercifully short-lived animated series "Allen Gregory" and guest-starred  on an episode of TV's award-winning "Modern Family." She will next star in the upcoming comedy "This Is 40," produced and directed by her husband, Judd Apatow. Mann was born in san Francisco on this day.
March 27, 1879 - Edward Steichen
March 27, 1899 - Gloria Swanson
March 27, 1931 - David Janssen
March 27, 1942 - Michael York - Actor
March 27, 1963 - Quentin Tarantino - Actor/ Director
March 27, 1886 - Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe - A German Architect.
March 27, 1970 - Elizabeth Mitchell - Actress - Mitchell has appeared on the hit series "Lost" as Juliet Burke and starred on the science fiction series "V" as Erica Evans. Mitchell also played the recurring role of Dr. Kim Legaspi on "ER" during the 2000 season. On the big screen , Mitchell has appeared in such movies as "The Santa Clause 2" and "Nurse Betty." Elizabeth was born in Los Angeles on this day.
March 27, 1970 - Mariah Carey - Singer - Five-time Grammy winner hits songs include "Vision of Love," "Dreamlover," "Prisoner," "Emotion" and "Honey". Born in Long Island, N.Y.
March 27, 1975 - Fergie - American pop/R&B Singer-Songwriter, Actress, and occasional Rapper Performer with the "Black Eyed Peas" first with "Wild Orchird, " and solo projects. Born "Stacy Ann Ferguson" in Hacienda Heights, California on this day.
March 28, 1909 - Nelson Algren
March 28, 1914 - Edmund Muskie - Politician
March 28, 1928 - Zbignew Brzezinski - Political Leader
March 28, 1948 - Dianne Wiest - Actress - the recipient of two Oscars for best supprting actress in "Bullets Over Broadway" and "Hannah And Her Sisters" both directed by Woody Allen. also had roles in "Parenthood," "The Lost Boys" and "Edward Scissorhands." Born in Kansas City, Missouri on this day.
March 28, 1955 - Reba McEntire - Singer Country
March 28, 1969 - Brett Ratner - Producer and Director - Ratner has directed such films as "Tower Heist," "Red Dragon" and "Rush Hour." He also produced the series "Prison Break" and "Women's Murder Club." Brett was born in Miami Beach, Florida, on this day.
March 28, 1970 - Vince Vaughn - Actor - Vaughn has become a top box office draw with hit films such as "Wedding Crashers," "The Break-Up" and "Fred Claus" under his belt. His first big break came when he appeared on the series "China Beach" and he made his film debut in the 1993 movie "Rudy." Vaughn is often romantically linked to his co-stars including Joey Lauren Adams and Jennifer Aniston. Vaughn was born in Minneapolis on this day.
March 29, 1916 - Eugene McCarthy - Politician - U.S. Senator from Minnesota. Born Eugene Joseph "Gene" McCarthy in Watkins Minnesota.
March 29, 1918 - Pearl Bailey - Singer
March 29, 1937 - Billy Carter - President Jimmy Carter's brother. Invented and endorsed "Billy Beer"
March 29, 1943 - Eric Idle - Comedian
March 29, 1954 - Karen A. Quinlan - Celebrity
March 29, 1957 - Christopher Lambert - Actor - Lambert made his biggest splash in movies portraying immortal Connor MacLeod in the "Highlander" films. He's also starred in "Mortal Kombat," "The Sicilian" and "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of The Apes" and "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Christopher was born in Great Neck, New York, on this day.
March 29, 1964 - Elle Macpherson
March 29, 1968 - Lucy Lawless - Actress - Famous for her portrayal of "Xena: Warrior Princess" which aired the from 1995 - 2000. she also appeared on shows such as "The X-Files," "the Simpsons," and "Two and a Half Men," as well as appearing regulary on the cable sci-fi drama series "Battlestar Galactica." Born in Mount Albert, New Zealand.
March 30, 1844 - Paul Verlaine - Writer
March 30, 1853 - Vincent Van Gogh - Artist
March 30, 1937 - Warren Beatty - Actor
March 30, 1945 - Eric Clapton - Singer
March 30, 1962 - Hammer - Singer
March 30, 1968 - Celine Dion - Céline Marie Claudette Dion - Canadian French/ English Singer Songwriter  Performer of Pop, Rock, Soul. Dion has risen to the top of the music world, winning five Grammys as well as Academy awards for the theme to "Beauty and the Beast" and for "My Heart Will Go On" from the movie "Titanic." In May 2007, she released the French album "D'elles" and in November 2007 she released the English album "Taking Chances," which she supported with the yearlong "Taking Chances Tour" beginning last February 2008. The youngest of fourteen children, Dion was born Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada on this day.
March 30, 1990 - Cassie Scerbo - Actress - Cassie stars as Lauren Tanner on the series "Make It or Break It" and has guest-starred on "CSI: Miami." She's also starred in the TV movies "Bring It On: On IT to Win It," "Soccer Mom" and "Teen Spirit." She appeared with her group Slumber Party Girls on the series "Dance Revolution" from 2006-07. Cassie was born in Long Island, New York, on this day.
March 31, 1927 - Cesar Chavez
March 31, 1928 - Gordon "Gordie" Howe - Is a former professional Hockey Player who played for the Detroit Red Wings and Hartford Whalers. He is often referred to as Mr. Hockey, and is generally regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, being most famous for his scoring prowess, physical strength, and longevity. Born Flora, Saskatchewan, Canada on this day.
March 31, 1933 - Christopher Walken - Actor
March 31, 1934 - Shirley Jones - Actor
March 31, 1935 - Herb Alpert - Musician
March 31, 1935 - Richard Chamberlain - Actor - Chamberlain grew to fame portraying the title character on the medical drama "Dr. Kildare" from 1961-66. He went on to find success starring in epic miniseries such as "Shogun" and "The Thorn Birds," as well as starring opposite Sharon Stone in "King Solomon's Mines" and the sequel "Allen Quatermain and the Lost City Of Gold." Recently, the semi-reclusive Chamberlain guest-starred on an episode of TV's "Desperate Housewives." Chamberlain was born in Beverly Hills, California, on this date.
March 31, 1945 - Gabe Kaplan - Actor/ Comedian played "Mr. Kotter" on the hit '70s series "Welcome Back, Kotter." Since the 1978 Kaplan has been visting the tables as a professional poker player with winnings exceeding $1 million. Currently he serves as commentator for the TV series "High Stakes Poker." Born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.
March 31, 1948 - Rea Perlman - Actress - Perlman won four Emmy awards as Carla Tortelli during 11 seasons spent on the classic series "Cheers." Perlman previously played Zena on the show "Taxi," where she met Danny DeVito. Perlman and Devito have been married since 1982. Her recent work includes appearing in the comedy "10 Items Or less" and starring in the TV movie "The Christmas Choir." Perlman was born in Brooklyn, New York on this day.
March 31, 1971 - Ewan McGregor - Actor played "Obi-Wan Kenobi" in Star Wars
March 31, 1985 - Jessica Szohr - Actress - Jessica starred as Vanessa Abrams on "Gossip Girl" from 2007-11. She also played recurring roles on "CSI: Miami" and "What About Brian." On the big screen, Szohr's film credits include "Tower Heist," "I Don't Know How She Does It" and "Piranha." She will next star in the upcoming comedy "Love Bite." Szohr was born in Milwaukee on this date.
April 1, 1815 - Otto Bismarck - Military
April 1, 1873 - Sergei Rachmaninoff - An Russian Composer, Pianist, and Conductor.
April 1, 1883 - Lon Chaney - Actor
April 1, 1886 - Wallace Beery - Actor
April 1. 1932 - Debby Reynolds - Actress
April 1, 1938 - Ali MacGraw - Actress- Best recognized for her Golden globe-winning and Oscar nominated role in the 1971 tearjerker "Love Story." A former fashion model and once wife of superstar Steve McQueen. She also starred in such films as "The Getway," "Convoy" and "The Winds of War". Born Alice MacGraw in Pound Ridge, New York on this day.
April 1, 1952 - Annette O'Toole - Actress - O'Toole is no stranger to the Man of Steel. having portrayed Martha Kent on the series "Smallville" from 2001-07 and playing Lana Lang in the 1983 film "Superman III." She's starred on the series "Nash Bridges" and "The Huntress," as well as the miniseries "It" and films such as "48 Hours" and "Cat People." O'Toole has been married to comedian and actor Michael McKean since 1999. O'Toole was born in Houston, Texas, on this day.   
April 1, 1953 - Ali MacGraw - Actress
April 1, 1953 - Barry Sonnenfeld
April 1, 1981 - Hannah Spearritt - British Actress and former Singer - Spearritt was previously a member of the successful pop group S Club 7 from 1999-2003. Now she stars as Abby Maitland in the Sci-fi series "Primeval." Spearritt was a regular pin-up in dozens of magazines and was a regular in the FHM Top 100 Sexist Woman polls between 2000-2004. Hannah's hobbies include kickboxing, tennis and photography. born Hannah Louise Spearritt on this date in Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, Norfork. United Kingdom on this day.
April 1, 1982 - Sam Huntington - Actor - Sam currently stars on the series "Being Human." He's guest-starred on episodes of "Veronica Mars," "CSI: Miami" and "CSI: NY." He's also appeared in movies such as "Superman Returns," "Fanboys" and "Detroit Rock City." Huntington is the great-nephew of late acting great Ralph Bellamy. Huntington was born in Peterborough, New Hampshire on this day.
April 2, 1805 - Hans C. Anderson - Writer
April 2, 1914 - Sir Alec Guinness - Actor
April 2, 1908 - Buddy Epsen - Actor - starred on the 60's hit series the "Beverly Hill Billie's."
April 2, 1914 - Sir A. Guinness - Actor
April 2, 1920 - Jack Webb - Actor
April 2, 1947 - Emmylou Harris - Singer - a 12-time Grammy winner with a career dating from the early '70s. hits include "Elite Hotel," "After The Gold Rush" and her most recent success of 2005 "the Connection" She work such top artist as Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison and Neil Young. Born in Birmingham, Alabama on this day.
April 2, 1949 - Pamela Reed
April 2, 1967 - Renee Estevez - Actress - Estevez might be best known for portraying Nancy on the hit series "The West Wing." She made her TV debut in the 1986 movie "Shattered Spirits" and has appeared on such shows as "JAG," "Growing Pains" and "MacGyver." Estevez is the daughter of actor Martin Sheen as well as the sister of actors Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez. Renee was born in New York City on this day.
April 2, 1975 - Adam Rodriguez - Actor - Rodriguez has played Eric Delko on "CSI: Miami" since 2002. He's also had a recurring role on "Ugly Betty" and starred in the series "Roswell." His film credit includes "I can Do Bad All by Myself," "Unknown" and "Caught in the Crossfire." Adam was born in New York City on this day.
April 3, 1893 - Leslie Howard
April 3, 1924 - Doris Day - Actress

April 3, 1926 - Gus Grissom - Astronaut

April 3, 1928 - Father Emmett Johns - Montreal legend, also known as "Pops", is the founder of the organization Dans La Rue. a shelter and support group for street youth in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Fr. Johns was a member of the Quebec delegation which attended the funeral of Pope John Paul II. In 2003, he was made a Grand Officer of the National Order of Quebec. In 1999, he was made a Member of the Order of Canada.
April 3, 1928 - Marlon Brando, Jr.
April 3, 1942 - Marsha Mason - Actress
April 3, 1942 - Wayne Newton - Singer
April 3, 1944 - Tony Orlando - Singer
April 3, 1958 - Alex Baldwin - Actor
April 3, 1959 - David Hyde Pierce - Actor - Pierce won four Emmy awards portraying Niles crane on the hit series "Frasier" form 1993-2004. Pierce also provides the voice of sideshow bob's brother Cecil on "The Simpsons." In 2007, Pierce won a Tony award for his performance in the Broadway musical "Curtains." Pierce also has appeared on stage in "Spamalot" and on the big screen in films such as "Sleepless in Seattle," "Hellboy" and "Nixon." Pierce was born in Saratoga Springs, New York, on this day.
April 3, 1963 - Eddie Murphy - An Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe, Screen Actor Guild Award-winning American Actor, Film Director, Producer and Comedian. Born Edward Regan "Eddie" Murphy in Brooklyn, New York on this day.
April 3, 1972 - Jennie Garth - Actress - Made her first big appearance as Kelly on "Beverly Hills, 90210" and now stars as Valerie on the hit sitcom "What I Like About You." An outspoken vegetarian, she's appeared in minor films such as "Power98," "Secret Santa" and "Girl, Positive," as well as doing a recent stint as a contestant on "Dancing With the Stars" 2008. With her unique voice she has charmed many fans. Born in Urbana, Illinois on this day.
April 3, 1973 - Adam Scott - Actor - Scott currently stars as Ben Wyatt on the hit series "Parks and Recreation." He also starred on the series "Party Down" and had recurring roles on "Six Feet Under" and "Eastbound & Down." He's appeared in films such as "Piranha," "Who Loves the Sun" and "The Aviator." Adam was born in Santa Cruz, California, on this day.
April 3, 1986 - Amanda Bynes - Is an American actress and former show host on Nickelodeon, singer and voice actor. After appearing in several successful television series on Nickelodeon in the mid-to late 1990s and early 2000s, Bynes transitioned to a film career, starring in several films aimed at teenage audiences, including She's the Man (2006) and Hairspray (2007). Amanda Bynes has been described by The Boston Globe as having an "Everygirl" appeal, In 2006, she was named one of Teen People's "25 Hottest Stars Under 25", and in 2007, was on the Forbes list as the 5th highest paid celebrity under 21 earning $2.5 million. Bynes was born Amanda Laura Bynes in Thousand Oaks, California on this day.
April 4, 1906 - John Cameron Swayze - Newscaster
April 4, 1928 - Maya Angelou - Writer
April 4, 1932 - Anthony Perkins - American stag and screen actor, perhaps best known for his role as Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho and three sequels. Born in New York, New York on this day.
April 4, 1946 - Craig T. Nelson
April 4, 1950 - Christine Lahti - Actress - Lahti won a 1998 Emmy as dr. Kate Austin on the popular series "Chicago Hope." Recently, she's had a recurring role as Martha O'Dell on "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" and she starred in the short-lived series "Jack & Bobby." Her big screen efforts include the films "...and justice For all," "Swing Shift' and "Hideaway." The actress has been married to director Thomas Schlamme since 1983. Lahti was born in Birmingham, Michigan, on this day.
April 4, 1964 - David Cross - Actor - Cross is probably best known for playing Tobias on the series "Arrested Development." He currently stars on the cable series "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret" and has a recurring role on "Modern Family." On the big screen , Cross apeared in "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and has lent his voice talents to "Kung Fu Panda" and "Small Soldiers." David was born in Atlanta on this day.
April 4, 1965 - Robert Downey Jr. - Actor - received a 1992 Oscar nomination for his vivid portrayal of the comic legend in "Chaplin." Other films are "Natural Born Killers," "In Dreams" and "The Shaggy Dog." He  has also done television stunts on "Saturday Night Live" and "Ally McBeal." His next big star roleas the comic book hero in the upcoming film "Iron Man." Born in New York City.
April 5, 1837 - A. Swinburne Writer
April 5, 1856 - Booker T. Washington - Educator
April 5, 1900 - Spencer Tracy - Actor
April 5, 1908 - Bette Davis - Actress
April 5, 1916 - Gregory Peck - Actor
April 5, 1920 - Arthur Hailey - Writer
April 5, 1937 - Colin Powell - Military
April 5, 1943 - Max Gail - Actor -Played Det. Stan 'Wojo' Wojciehowicz on the hit '70s series "Barney Miller." his film credits include "D.C. Cab" "Street Crimes" and his most recent appearance in "Tillamook Treasure" still very active in television starred on "Sons & Daughters" as well as appearing on "The "Drew Carey Show" and "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"
April 5, 1952 - Mitch Pileggi
April 5, 1970 - Wendy Braun - This gal has appeared in films such as "A Perfect Getaway," "Spanglish" and "Evolution." She's guest-starred on episodes of TV's "Brent," "The Mentalist" and "Harry's Law" and has lent her voice talent to video games such as "Dragon Age: Originss" and "Mass Effect." Wendy was born in Northbrook, Illinois, on this day. 
April 6, 1874 - Harry Houdini - Magician
April 6, 1892 - Lowell Thomas - Newscaster
April 6, 1929 - Andre Previn - Conductor
April 6, 1931 - Ram Dass - Guru
April 6, 1937 - Merle Haggard - Singer
April 6, 1937 - Billy Dee Williams - Actor
April 6, 1944 - Michele Phillips - Singer
April 6, 1955 - Michael Rooker
April 6, 1969 - Paul Rudd - Versatile actor - Rudd has appeared in such films as "Clueless," "Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy" and "The 40 Year-Old Virgin." He's had recurring roles on "Friends" and "Reno 911!" as well as appearing on stag in production of "Twelfth Night," "Three Days Of Rain" and "The Last Night Of Ballyhoo." Rudd was born in Passaic, New Jersey, on this day.
April 6, 1975 - Zach Braff - Actor - Zach made his mark in television with his Emmy nomination portrayal of Dr. John Dorian on the series "Scrubs." Braff's film credits include "The Ex." "The Last Kiss" --and he also directed and starred in 2004's "Garden State." Braff was born in South Orange, New Jersy, on this day.
April 7, 1915 - Billie Holiday - Singer
April 7, 1928 - James Garner - Actor - Garner has become a television icon, both for his Emmy-winning role as P.I. Jim Rockford on "The Rockford Files" and as Old West gambler Bret Maverick." He's starred on the big screen in films such as "The Great Escape," "The Thrill of it All," "Space Cowboys" and "The Notebook." His more recent TV work included the critically acclaimed "Barbarians at the Gate" and a key role on the now defunct sitcom "8 Simple Rules." Garner was born in Norman, Okla., on this day.
April 7, 1938 - Jerry Brown - Politician
April 7, 1939 - Francis Ford Coppola - Director
April 7, 1939 - Sir David Frost - TV Host
April 7, 1964 - Russell Crowe - Actor - won the Best Actor Oscar of 2000 for his performance as Maximus in the Ridley scott epic film "Gladiator." He also won a 2001 Golden Globe for his role in "Beautiful Mind." Crowe has been married to actress Danielle Spencer since 2003. born in Wellington, New Zealand.
April 8, 1918 - Betty Ford - First Lady
April 8, 1939 - Elizabeth C. Prophet - Religious Leader
April 8, 1954 - Dennis Quaid - Actor- Played in such major films as "Breaking Away," "Great Balls of Fire" and "The Day After Tomorrow." Quaid is also an accomplished musician who performs with his band, the Sharks. Previously married to actress Meg Ryan, Quaid and wife Kimberly had twins in 2007. Birth place Houston.
April 8, 1960 - John Schneider - Actor and singer - Schneider is easily remembered for his role as Bo Duke on the classic TV series "The Dukes Of Hazzard." Most recently, he portrayed Superman's father on the long-running series "Smallville." Also an accomplished singer in the country music world, Schneider has recorded No. 1 hits such as "Country Girls," "I've Been Around Enough to Know" and "You're The Last Thing I Needed Tonight." Schneider was born in Mount Kisco, New York, on this day.
April 8, 1963 - Julian Lennon - Beatle Son
April 8, 1966 - Robin Wright Penn - Actress - She had memorable roles in films such as "The Princess Bride," "Forest Gump" and, most recently, "Beowulf." She began her acting career as a regular on the soap "Santa Barbara" and that part earned her three Emmy nominations. Born in Dallas, Texas on this day.
April 8, 1969 - Patricia Arquette
April 9, 1821 - C. Baudelaire - Writer
April 9, 1892 - Mary Pickford - Actress
April 9, 1915 - Francis Daniel Johnson, Sr. - 20th Premier of Quebec. His sons, Pierre-Marc Johnson and Daniel Johnson, Jr. also became premiers of Quebec: Pierre-Marc as leader of the sovereigntist Parti Québécois for a brief period in 1985, and Daniel Jr as leader of the federalist Liberal Party of Quebec for nine months in 1994. Born in Danville, Quebec, Canada.
April 9, 1926 - Hugh Hefner - Publisher of Playboy Magazine
April 9, 1966 - Cynthia Nixon - Actress - Iis an American Tony- and Emmy Award-winning actress who is known for her portrayal of lawyer Miranda Hobbes in the popular HBO comedy-drama, and movie Sex and the City (1998-2004, 2008). Born Cynthia Ellen Nixon on this day in New York City, New York.
April 9, 1990 - Kristen Stewart - Actress - Stewart has had most recent success playing the part of Bella in the adolescent vampire yarn "Twilight," a role she is slated to reprise in the upcoming sequel "New Moon." Her other film credits include "Panic Room," "Zathura" and "What Just Happened." Stewart was born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.  
April 10, 1929 - Max Von Sydow - Actor - Is known for his chess match with death in Ingmar Bergman's "The Seventh Seal," as well as his performance as Father Marron in "The Exorcist." Von Sydow has appeared in recent films such as "Rush Hour 3," "the diving Bell and the Butterfly," and will star in the upcoming project "truth & Treason."
April 10, 1932 - Omar Sharif - Actor
April 10, 1938 - Don Meredith - Football Star
April 10, 1951 - Steven Seagal - Actor and martial arts expert - Seagal karate-chopped his way to box office success in the 1980s and'90s starring in action packed films such as "Above the Law," "Hard to Kill" and "Under Siege." Seagal also plays guitar and performs with the band Thunderbox. He has released the albums "Songs From the Crystal Cave" and "Mojo Priest." His next project will be appearing in the reality series "Steven Seagal: Lawman." Seagal was born in Lansing, Mich., on this day.
April 11, 1923 - Harry Reasoner - Newscaster
April 11, 1928 - Ethel Kennedy - Political Family
April 11, 1932 - Joel Grey - Song and dance man - Grey is the father of "Dirty Dancing" star Jennifer Grey. Grey is widely recognized for his portrayal of Master of Ceremonies in the stage and film versions of "Cabaret," a role for which he won a Tony in 1966 and an Oscar in 1972. Other films include "Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins," "Man On A Swing" and "Dancer in the Dark." He's appeared recently on TV in episodes of "Private Practice," "House" and "Alias." Grey was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on this day.
April 11, 1939 - Louise Lasser Actress
April 11, 1947 - Meshach Taylor
April 11, 1987 - Joss Stone - English soul and R&B singer-songwriter Singer and Actress - Stone burst onto the music scene in late 2003 with her multi-platinum debut, best-selling album "The Soul Sessions," the Grammy-nominated "Mind, Body, And Soul," and, most recently, "Introducing Joss Stone." Stone has recently moved into acting, appearing in an episode of "American Dreams" and making her film debut in the 2006 fantasy epic "Eragon". Born in Dover, Kent, England on this day.
April 12, 1923 - Ann Miller - An American dancer, singer and actress.
April 12, 1930 - Tiny Tim - Entertainer
April 12, 1947 - David Letterman - TV Show Host - Has hosted his own successful late night talk show since 1982. winning five Emmy awards. He began his career in radio and became a weatherman  on a local TV news broadcast before moving on to comedy writing and performing stand-up. beside his hit "Late Show With David Letterman," the king of late night TV is a racing fan who owns a car in the IRL IndyCar series. born in Indianapolis.
April 12, 1950 - David Cassidy - Singer
April 12, 1956 - Andy Garcia
April 13, 1743 - Thomas Jefferson - President US
April 13, 1909 - Eudora Welty - Writer
April 13, 1945 - Tony Dow - Actor and director - Dow is still best known to audiences as Wally Cleaver, a role he played from 1957 - 63 on the classic series "Leave It To Beaver." He reprised his role as Wally from 1986-88 on "Still the Beaver" and has guest-starred on episodes of "Diagnosis Murder" and "Freddy's Nightmares" as well as appearing in the film "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star." Dow has also directed episodes of shows such as "Coach," "Swamp Thing" and "Honey, I Shrunk The Kids: The TV Show." Dow was born in Los Angeles, California, on this day.
April 13, 1950 - Ron Perlman
April 13, 1970 - Ricky Schroder - Child Actor
April 14, 1904 - John Gielgud
April 14, 1926 - Liz Renay
April 14, 1934 - Loretta Lynn - Singer Country Western
April 14, 1939 - Claudia Cardinale - Actress
April 14, 1941 - Pete Rose - Sports Figure
April 14, 1960 - Brad Garret - Actor - Originally a stand-up comic, garret was a grand prizewinner on "Star Search" before appearing on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson in 1984. He has won three Emmy awards as Robert Barone on the hit sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" for nine years. Currently he stars on the comedy series "Til Death," while sidelining with voices for such famous features as Walt Disney's "Ratatouille" and appearing as a contestant on "American Idol." Born in Woodland Hills, California on this day.
April 14, 1961 - Robert Carlyle - Actor - Carlyle became an international name in the mid 1990's, starring in the hit films "Trainspotting" and "The Full Monty." His success continued with movies such as "The World Is Not Enough," "Ravenous" and "28 Days Later" to his credit. Recently, he starred in the TV movie "24: Redemption" and is slated to star in the upcoming sci-fi spinoff, "Stargate Universe." Carlyle was born in Glassgow, Scotland on this day.
April 14, 1977 - Sarah Michelle Geller - Actress
April 15, 1452 - Leonardo da Vinci - Was an Italian polymath, having been a scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. Born as the illegitimate son of a notary, Piero da Vinci, and a peasant woman, Caterina, at Vinci in the region of Florence, Leonardo was educated in the studio of the renowned Florentine painter, Verrocchio. Much of his earlier working life was spent in the service of Ludovico il Moro in Milan. He later worked in Rome, Bologna and Venice, spending his final years in France at the home given to him by King François I. Born Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci at the third hour of the night" in the Tuscan hill town of Vinci, in the lower valley of the Arno River in the Territory of Florence on this day.
April 15, 1843 - Henry James - Writer
April 15, 1933 - Elizabeth Montgomery - Actress
April 15, 1958 - Roy Clark - Country Singer
April 15, 1959 - Emma Thompson - Respected actress - Thompson won an Oscar for her performance in the 1992 film "Howard's End" and another Oscar for writing an excellent screenplay for 1996's "Scense and Sensibility." Thompson won an Emmy for her 1998 guest spot on the sitcom "Ellen" and has also guest starred on "Cheers." She has portrayed Sybil Trelawney in two "Harry Potter" movies and recently starred opposite Dustin Hoffman in "Last Chance Harvey." Thompson was born in London, England on this day.
April 15, 1990 - Emma Watson - Actress - This starlet has made her mark in films starring as Hermione granger in five "Harry Potter" movies with two more on the way. she has also starred in the British TV movies "Ballet Shoes" and the animated feature "The Tale of Despereaux" based on the popular children's book. Watson was born in Paris, France on this day.
April 16, 1889 - Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin, Jr. - Comedian/Actor
April 16, 1921 - Peter Ustinov - Actor
April 16, 1924 - Henry Mancini - Composer
April 16, 1935 - Bobby Vinton - Singer
April 16, 1954 - Ellen Barkin - Actress - A veteran actress whose film resume includes "Diner," "The Big Easy," "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension" and "Sea OF Love." she's also won a 1997 Emmy award for her performance in the TV movie "Before Women Had Wings." This thespian has been married to noted actor Gabriel Byrne and billionaire ron Perelman. She was born in New York City.
April 16, 1965 - Martin Lawrence - Actor and comedian - Lawrence rose to fame starring in the successful sitcom "Martin" from 1992-1997. He went on to big screen success starring opposite Will Smith in the blockbusters "Bad Boys" and "Bad Boys 2." He's starred in hits such as "Big Momma's House" "Big Momma's House 2" and Wild Hogs" and in 2009 Lawrence will be reprising his best loved roles in "Big Momma's House 3," "Wild Hogs 2" and "Bad Boys 3." Lawrence was born in Frankfurt, Germany, on this day.  
April 17, 1897 - Thornton Wilder - An American Playwright and novelist.
April 17, 1918 - William Holden - Actor
April 17, 1951 - Olivia Hussey - Actress
April 17, 1967 - Liz Phair - Musician - Phair rose to fame in the Indie Rock world in the 1990s and her star value increased with the release of her second album "Whip Smart" and the hit single "Supernova." She became a popular act of the world famous Lillith Fair and sung backing vocals to Sheryl Crow's hit "Soak up the Sun." Phair currently scores the TV series "90210" and also scored the short-lived show "Swingtown." Phair was born in New Haven, Conn., on this day.
April 17, 1972 - Jennifer Garner - Actress
April 17, 1974 - Victoria "Caroline' Beckham - Is an English pop singer, songwriter, dancer, turned fashion designer, author, businesswoman, and occasional actress and model. Celebrity - She rose to fame in the 1990s as "Posh Spice" a nickname first coined by the British tabloid press while she was part of the pop group Spice Girls. In her television ventures, Beckham has had five official documentaries and reality shows made about her, some of which include Being Victoria Beckham and The Réal Beckhams. Her last documentary to date was Victoria Beckham: Coming to America which documented her move to the United States with her family in 2007. She since made a cameo appearance in an episode of American TV series, Ugly Betty and been a guest judge on Project Runway. The former "Posh" Victoria Adams has been married to English football /soccer star David Beckham since 1977; the couple has three children boys. The couple's joint wealth was last estimated at £112 million. Born Victoria Adams in Goffs Oak, Hertfordshire, England.
April 18, 1857 - Clarence Darrow - Attorney
April 18, 1882 - Leopold Stokowski - Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
April 18, 1946 - Hayley Mills - Child Actress
April 18, 1947 - James Woods - Actor
April 18, 1967 - Maria Bello - Actress - Maria has starred in films such as "Coyote Ugly," and gave way to Golden globe-nominated roles in "The Cooler" and "A History of Violence." Bello's big break came when she starred on the short-lived series "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" in 1996. Her latest part will be starring in the blockbuster "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor." Bello was born in Norristown, PA. on this day.
April 18, 1976 - Melissa Joan Hart - Actress - rose to fame starring on the kids' show "Clarissa Explains It All." Her success continued with the hit series "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" that ran from 1996-2003. She's starred in films such as "Drive Me Crazy," "Rent Control" and "Holiday In Handcuffs," as well as guest starring on TV's "Law & Order: SVU." Her next project will be filming the sequel "Holiday In Handcuffs 2." Hart was born in Smithtown, New York, on this day.
April 18, 1984 - America Georgine Ferrera - Is a Honduran / American Actress - She is perhaps best known for her Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, and Emmy Award-winning role as Betty Suarez on the ABC television comedy drama series "Ugly Betty" and for her roles in the films "Real Women Have Curves" and "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" (2005) and the sequel "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2" (2008). Born in Los Angeles, California on this day.
April 19, 1933 - Jane Mansfield - Actress/ Pinup Model
April 19, 1935 - Dudly Moore - Actor
April 19, 1949 - Paloma Picasso - Designer
April 19, 1979 - Kate Hudson - Actress - The daughter of actress Goldie Hawn and comedian Bill Hudson. she became a star in her own right with an Oscar-nominated performance in the 2000 film "Almost Famous." Since then she's gone on to box-office sucess in movies such as "The Skeleton Key," "You, Me and Dupree" and "Fool's Gold." Kate was born in Los Angeles

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