Happy Birthday December 14th

RONNIE MORAN – 60

Turns 60 today and lives in McEwen, Tennessee

LINDA HOPKINS 89

Starred in Broadway productions of Purlie, Me and Bessie, and Inner City, the latter earning her a Tony award and a Drama Desk award.

JOHN VITALE – 57

Owner and Doctor at Vitale Clinic

PATTY SCHNYDER 35Swiss professional tennis player who achieved six Grand Slam singles quarterfinals, one Grand Slam singles semifinal, and defeated two World No. 1s.

CELIA WESTON 62

Best known for her role as Jolene Hunnicutt on the CBS TV Series Alice.

CHARLEY TRIPPI 92

Hall of Fame halfback, and quarterback who played in the Chicago Cardinals’ Dream Backfield in the 1940s and ’50s.

BILL BUCKNER 64

Former MLB first baseman best known for a fielding error during the 1986 World Series, where his Boston Red Sox lost to the New York Mets.

ERNIE DAVIS (1939-1963)

The first African-American athlete to win the Heisman Trophy; broke the color barrier in college football.

JAMES H DOOLITTLE (1896-1993)

Famous American aviator and World War II hero.

TED RAIMI 48

Actor who became known for portraying Joxer The Mighty, in Xena: The Warrior Princess, which was directed by his older brother Sam.

LEE REMICK (1935-1991)

Her breakthrough role was in Anatomy of a Murder in 1959.

TYCHO BRAHE (1546-1601)

One of the most important astronomers of the sixteenth century who was the last of the major naked eye astronomers, working without telescopes.

CHARLIE RICH (1932-1995)

Country singer-songwriter of “The Most Beautiful Girl” and “Behind Closed Doors.”

MOREY AMSTERDAM (1908-1996)

Comic who played the role of Buddy Sorrell on The Dick Van Dyke Show.

SPIKE JONES (1911-1965)Bandleader who added sound effects to popular songs for satirical reimaginings who led Spike Jones and his City Slickers.

PATTY DUKE 67

She began acting at a young age and played Neely O’Hara in Valley of the Dolls

NOSTRADAMUS (1503-1566)

French poet, apothecary, and self-proclaimed prophet  who began publishing his predictions in 1555.

 

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