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Celebrity birthdays for Oct. 14

Celebrity Birthdays for Oct. 14: Classical pianist Gary Graffman is 89. Country singer Melba Montgomery is 80. Movie director Carroll Ballard is 80. Fashion designer Ralph Lauren is 78. Singer Sir Cliff Richard is 77. Actor Udo Kier is 73.
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Celebrity Birthdays for Oct. 14:

 

Classical pianist Gary Graffman is 89.

Country singer Melba Montgomery is 80.

Movie director Carroll Ballard is 80.

Fashion designer Ralph Lauren is 78.

Singer Sir Cliff Richard is 77.

Actor Udo Kier is 73.

Singer Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues is 71.

Actor Harry Anderson ("Dave's World," ''Night Court") is 65.

Actor Greg Evigan ("My Two Dads," ''B.J. and the Bear") is 64.

TV personality Arleen Sorkin is 62.

World Golf Hall-of-Famer Beth Daniel is 61. 

Singer-musician Thomas Dolby is 59.

Actress Lori Petty ("A League of Their Own") is 54.

MLB manager Joe Girardi is 53.

Actor Steve Coogan ("Night at the Museum") is 52.

Singer Karyn White is 52.

Actor Edward Kerr ("Pretty Little Liars") is 51.

Actor Jon Seda ("Chicago P.D.," ''Homicide: Life On The Street") is 47.

Bassist Doug Virden (Sons of the Desert) is 47.

Country singer Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks is 43.

Singer Shaznay Lewis of All Saints is 42.

Singer Usher is 39.

TV personality Stacy Keibler ("Dancing with the Stars") is 38.

Actor Ben Whishaw is 37.

Actor Jordan Brower is 36.

Director Benh Zeitlin is 35.

Actress Skyler Shaye is 31.

Actor-comedian Jay Pharoah ("Saturday Night Live") is 30.

 

Also born on this date (death in parentheses):

In 1644, Quaker leader William Penn. (July 30, 1718)

In 1848, Sir Edmund Walker, founder of Royal Ontario Museum. (March 27, 1924)

In 1890, former U.S president Dwight Eisenhower. (March 28, 1969)

In 1893, silent film actress Lillian Gish. (Feb. 27, 1993)

In 1894, poet E.E. Cummings. (Sept. 3, 1962)

In 1907, show singer Allan Jones. (June 27, 1992)

In 1910, legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden. (June 4, 2010)

In 1927, actor Roger Moore. (May 23, 2017)

In 1927, Canadian choral conductor Elmer Iseler. (April 3, 1998)

In 1927, musician-arranger Bill Justis. (July 17, 1982)

In 1928, CTV News anchor Harvey Kirck. (Feb. 18, 2002)

In 1929, Canadian boxer Yvon Durelle. (Jan. 6, 2007)

In 1932, tenor Enrico Di Giuseppe. (Dec. 31, 2005)

In 1938, CFL Hall of Fame quarterback Ron Lancaster. (Sept. 18, 2008)

In 1984, Baby Fae, the month-old baby who received a baboon heart transplant. (Nov. 15, 1984)

 

The Canadian Press



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