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Notable Birthdays on March 12

Charles of Valois - 1270 son of Philip III of France
Eduard - 1336 Duke of Gelre (1361-71) husband of Catharina of Bayern
Giuliano de' Medici - 1479 monarch of Florence
Caspar Othmayr - 1515 composer
Paul Gerhardt - 1607 German hymnist
André Le Nôtre - 1613 French landscape architect
Johann Heinrich Hottinger - 1620 Swiss philologist and theologian
John Aubrey - 1626 English antiquary and writer
Anne Hyde - 1637 wife of James II of England
Victor-Maurice - 1647 comte de Broglie, French general
Richard Steele - 1672 Irish writer and politician
George Berkeley - 1685 Ireland, philosopher/bishop of Cloyne
Thomas Augustine Arne - 1710 English composer (Alfred, Rule Britannia)
Joseph Damer - 1718 English politician
Georges Couthon - 1755 French politician
Leopold earl of Limburg Stirum - 1758 Dutch general/politician [or March 22]
Carolus Antonius Fodor - 1768 composer
Frederica of Baden - 1781 Queen of Sweden
Pierre J David - 1788 [David d'Angers], French sculptor
Augustin-Philippe Peellaert - 1793 composer
Louis-Prosper Gachard - 1800 Belgian historian
Jane Means Appleton Pierce - 1806 1st lady (1853-57)
Gerrit van der Linde Jz - 1808 "Schoolmaster", Dutch poet
David Stuart - 1816 Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1868
John Lorimar Worden - 1818 Capt (Union Navy), died in 1897
John Abbott - 1821 Quebec Canada, (C) 3rd Canadian PM (1891-92)
Luitpold von Bayern - 1821 Prince-regent of Bayern
William Flank Perry - 1823 Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1901
Gustav R Kirchoff - 1824 Prussia, physicist (spectral analysis)
Robert Lowry - 1826 composer
John Robert Jones - 1827 Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1901
William Richard Terry - 1827 Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1897
William Felix Brantley - 1830 Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1870
Clement Studebaker - 1831 automobile pioneer (Studebaker)
Charles Boycott - 1832 Ireland, estate manager/caused boycotts
Simon Newcomb - 1835 US, scientist/mathematician/astronomer
Felix Alexandre Guilmant - 1837 composer
William Perkin - 1838 inventor (1st artificial dye)
Cyrill Kistler - 1848 composer
Abraham H. Cannon - 1859 Mormon apostle
Josef Cyril Sychra - 1859 composer
Salvatore Di Giacomo - 1860 composer
Jane Delano - 1862 US, nurse/teacher/founder (Red Cross)
Adolf A Wolfschoon - 1863 Curacao, poet
Gabriele D'Annunzio - 1863 Italy, writer/military hero (Intruder)
Vladimir Vernadsky - 1863 Russian mineralogist
W. H. R. Rivers - 1864 British psychiatrist
Edmund Eysler - 1874 Austrian composer
Julio Garreta - 1875 composer
Wilhelm Frick - 1877 German protector of Bohemia/Moravia
Gemma Galgani - 1878 Italian saint
Joseph Gustav Mraczek - 1878 composer
Henry Drysdale Dakin - 1880 British-American biochemist, known for the Dakin-West reaction
House Peters - 1880 England, silent film actor (Kansas Territory)
Nikolaos Georgantas - 1880 Greek discus thrower
Daniel Webster Hoan - 1881 Wisc (Mayor-Socialist-Milwaukee)
Gunnar Nordström - 1881 Finnish physicist
Judge Jackson - 1883 composer
Zoltán Meskó - 1883 Hungarian Nazi
Raphael HLAJM Verwilghen - 1885 Flemish architect/urban developer
Hall Johnson - 1888 composer
Þórbergur Þórðarson - 1889 Icelandic author
Philip Guedalla - 1889 historian
A Evert Taube - 1890 Swedish writer/troubadour
William Dudley Pelley - 1890 American leader of the Silver Legion
George W. Mason - 1891 American industrialist
Michael Polany - 1891 Hungarian/English chemist/economist/sociologist
William C. Lee - 1895 U.S. Army general
Jesse "Lone Cat" Fuller - 1896 San Francisco Blues Great
Fredrik J "Frits" Bakker Jr - 1898 Dutch actor (Sold Grandpa)
David Croll - 1900 QC senator
Zoltan Vasarhelyi - 1900 composer
Ken James - 1904 cricket wicketkeeper (NZ's 1st Test, later Northants)
(Margaret Peggy McCrorie) Herbison - 1907 politician
Arthur Hewlett - 1907 British actor
Dorrit Hoffleit - 1907 American astronomer
David Saul Marshall - 1908 diplomat lawyer/politician
Inez Courtney - 1908 NYC, actress (13th Man, Crime Ring, Raven)
Rita Angus - 1908 New Zealand painter
Masayoshi Ohira - 1910 Prime Minister of Japan
Roger L Stevens - 1910 producer (Giant)
Tony "Two-Ton" Galento - 1910 Orange NJ, boxer/actor (On the Waterfront)
Wilhelmus L Reijers - 1910 sculptor
Gustavo Diaz Ordaz - 1911 president of Mexico
Irving Layton - 1912 Canadian poet
James McKay - 1912 lord provost of Edinburgh
Kylie Tennant - 1912 novelist (Battlers, Lost Haven)
Paul Weston - 1912 Springfield Mass, orch leader (Jim Nabors Hour)
Harold Butler - 1913 cricketer (England pace bowler late 40's)
Jan Kapr - 1914 composer
Alberto Burri - 1915 Italian physician/sculptor/abstract painter
Googie Withers - 1917 Karachi India, actress (1 of Our Aircraft is Missing)
Tom Normanton - 1917 British MP
Elaine de Kooning - 1918 American artist
James Bracken - 1918 race horse trainer
Ülo Jõgi - 1921 Estonian freedom fighter
Giovanni Agnelli - 1921 CEO (Fiat Automakers)
Gordon MacRae - 1921 East Orange NJ, singer/actor (Oklahoma, Carousel)
Max de Metz - 1921 Dutch publisher/translator
Ralph Shapey - 1921 Phila, composer (Fantasy, Rituals)
Helen Parrish - 1922 Columbus Ga, actress (Hour Glass, Show Business)
Jack Kerouac - 1922 Beat writer (On the Road, Mexico Blues)
Lane Kirkland - 1922 union president (AFL-CIO)
Thomas Hugh Eastwood - 1922 composer
Hjalmar Andersen - 1923 Norway, 1500, 5K, 10K speed skater (Oly-gold-1952)
Mae Young - 1923 American professional wrestler
Mstislav Rostropovich - 1923
Norbert Brainin - 1923 violinist
Walter M Schirra Jr - 1923 Hackensack NJ, Capt USN/ast (Mer 8, Gem 6, Ap 7)
Georges Delerue - 1925 composer
Harry [Maxwell] Harrison - 1925 UK, sci-fi author (Deathworld Trilogy)
Leo Esaki - 1925 [Esaki Reona], Japan, physicist (Tunnel effect-Nobel 1973)
Louison Bobet - 1925 French cyclist (Tour de France 1953-55)
William G Whitehurst - 1925 (Rep-R-Va)
David Oliver Williams - 1926 trade unionist (COHSE)
George R Ariyoshi - 1926 (Gov-D-Hawaii)
Gudrun Ure - 1926 British actress (Lady MacBeth, BBC Sorcerer)
Hildy Park - 1926 Wash DC, actress (To Tell the Truth)
John C[lellon] Holmes - 1926 US writer (Horn)
Rolv Berger Yttrehus - 1926 composer
Ronald Alley - 1926 art gallery manager (Tate Gallery)
Raul Alfonsin - 1927 president (Argentina)
Aldemaro Romero - 1928 Venezuelan musician
Edward Albee - 1928 Washington, DC, playwright (Virgina Woolfe, Zoo Story)
Phil Jones - 1928 principal (Trinity College of Music)
Roland Moyle - 1928 British deputy chairman (Police Complaints Authority)
Thérèse Lavoie-Roux - 1928 Quebec politician and senator
Bernard Costello - 1929 US, double sculls (Olympic-silver-1956)
Lupe Anguiano - 1929 Mexican-American civil rights activist
U Win Tin - 1929 jailed Burmese journalist
Antony Acland - 1930 provost of Eton/British ambassador (to US)
Robin Cavendish - 1930 disabled campaigner
Scoey Mitchill - 1930 Newburgh NY, comedian (Barefoot in the Park, Rhoda)
Stanko Horvat - 1930 composer
Geoffrey de Bellaigue - 1931 director (Royal Collection)
Herbert Kelleher - 1931 Southwest Airlines co-founder
William "Buckwheat" Thomas - 1931 actor (Little Rascals)
Andrew Young - 1932 US ambassador to UN (1977-79)/(Mayor-D-Atlanta)
Barbara Feldon - 1932 American actress and model
Rudolph Agner - 1934 CEO (Consolidated Gold Fields)
Helga Pilarczyk - 1935 German soprano (Salome, Lulu)
John Doherty - 1935 English footballer
John Gross - 1935 author (Age of Kipling, Dickens " 20th Century)
Anthony Loehnis - 1936 vice chairman (S G Warburg " Co)
Keith Slater - 1936 cricketer (one Test for Australia 1958-59 series)
Lloyd Dobbins - 1936 Newport News Va, newscaster (NBC News Overnight)
Patrick Procktor - 1936 painter
Elizabeth Vaughan - 1937 opera soprano (Victor-Victoria)
Dimitri Terzakis - 1938 composer
Karl Soderlund - 1938 Duluth Minn, Mr Sally Jesse Raphael
Millie Perkins - 1938 actress (Diary of Anne Frank, Table for 5, Shooting)
Norman Hogg - 1938 British MP
Tona Scherchen-Hsiao - 1938 composer
Vijay Mehra - 1938 cricketer (Indian Test batsman from age 17)
David Mlinaric - 1939 British interior director
Al Jarreau - 1940 Milwaukee WI, jazz singer (Moonlighting)
Albert Johanneson - 1940 soccer star
M.A. Numminen - 1940 Finnish singer and writer
Brian O'Hara - 1942 rocker
Jimmy Wynn - 1942 American baseball player, 1963-1977
Paul Kantner - 1942 SF Calif, rock singer/guitarist (Jefferson Airplane)
Ratko Mladić - 1942 Republika Srpska leader
Salvatore "the Bull" Gravano - 1942 mobster (testified against Gotti)
Hans van Emden - 1945 Dutch guitarist (Les Baroques)
Sammy "The Bull" Gravano - 1945 American gangster
Liza Minnelli - 1946 Hollywood CA, singer/actress (Sterile Cuckoo, Cabaret)
Peter Whalley - 1946 British television writer and author
Jill O'Hara - 1947 Warren Penn, Broadway actress (Promises! Promises!)
Kalervo Palsa - 1947 Finnish artist
Mitt Romney - 1947 70th Governor of Massachusetts
Dana Walden - 1948 rock keyboardist (Champaign)
James Taylor - 1948 Boston MA, vocalist/guitarist (Up on the Roof)
Kent Conrad - 1948 (Sen-D North Dakota)
Les Holroyd - 1948 Oldham England, rocker (Barclay James Harvest)
Virginia Bottomley - 1948 British minister of health and heritage
Bill Payne - 1949 Waco TX, rock keyboardist (Little Feat-Time Loves a Hero)
David Mellor - 1949 secretary of the British treasury/MP
Mary Alice Williams - 1949 news reporter (NBC-TV)
Mike Gibbons - 1949 Swansea Wales, rock drummer (Badfinger)
Moctesuma Esparza - 1949 Mexican-American producer and filmmaker
Natalia Kuchinskaya - 1949 Soviet gymnast
Sara Lane - 1949 NYC, actress (Elizabeth Grainger-The Virginian)
Javier Clemente - 1950 Spanish football manager
Jon Provost - 1950 actor (Timmy-Lassie)
Wheeler Winston Dixon - 1950 American filmmaker, critic and author
Willie Duggan - 1950 rugby football player
Caren Kaye - 1951 NYC, actress (My Tutor, Bambi-Blansky's Beauties)
Jack Green - 1951 rocker
Eliézer Niyitegeka - 1952 Rwandan journalist, politician and genocidaire
Naomi Shihab Nye - 1952 American poet, songwriter, and novelist
Carl Hiaasen - 1953 American journalist and author
Labamba - 1953 [Richard Rosenberg], rocker (Asbury Jukes)
Madhav Kumar Nepal - 1953 Nepalese politician
Ron Jeremy - 1953 American pornographic actor
Dale Murphy - 1956 Portland Ore, slugger (Atlanta Braves, 2 time NL MVP)
Jerry Levine - 1957 New Brunswick NJ, actor (Born on 4th of July)
Marlon D Jackson - 1957 Gary IN, singer (Jackson 5-Maybe Tomorrow)
Steve Harris - 1957 London, hard rock bassist (Iron Maiden-Gypsy's Kiss)
Debra Jensen - 1958 Orange County Cal, playmate (January, 1978)
Courtney B Vance - 1960 Detroit MI, actor (Hamburger Hill)
Eldine Baptiste - 1960 cricketer (WI all-rounder early 80's)
Kipp Lennon - 1960 American singer
Maki Nomiya - 1960 Japanese singer (Pizzicato Five)
Minoru Niihara - 1960 Japanese singer
Joseph Facal - 1961 Quebec politician
Darryl Strawberry - 1962 LA Calif, right fielder (Mets, Dodgers, Yankees)
Gunde Svan - 1962 Swedish long jumper (Olympics-gold-1984, 88)
Candy Costie - 1963 Seattle Wash, synchronized swimmer (Olympic-gold-1984)
Ian Holloway - 1963 English football manager
Joaquim Carvalho Cruz - 1963 Brazil, 800m runner (Olympic-gold-1984)
John Andretti - 1963 race car driver
Julia Campbell - 1963 Huntsville Ala, actress (Opportunity Knocks)
Paul Way - 1963 British golfer
Tony Terry - 1964 rock producer (Tony Terry)
Fran Harris - 1965 WNBA guard (Houston Comets)
Liza Umarova - 1965 Chechen torch singer
Molly Van Nostrand - 1965 West lslip NY, tennis star
Randy Dixon - 1965 NFL guard (Indianapolis Colts)
Shawn Gilbert - 1965 American baseball player
Steve Finley - 1965 Union City TN, outfielder (San Diego Padres)
Steve Levy - 1965 American sports journalist
Alecia Stephenson - 1966 North Vancouver BC, softball ss (Olympics-96)
Erich Fischer - 1966 Dinuba CA, US Olympic water polo foward (Olympic-92)
Grant Long - 1966 NBA forward (Detroit Pistons, Atlanta Hawks)
John Thompson III - 1966 NCAA Basketball Head Coach
Irvin Smith - 1967 CFL cornerback (Montreal Alouettes)
Julio Dely Valdes - 1967 Panamanian footballer
Rowelle Blenman - 1967 WLAF cornerback/safety (London Monarchs)
Aaron Eckhart - 1968 American actor
Merton Hanks - 1968 NFL safety (SF 49ers)
Graham Coxon - 1969 singer (Blur)
J P Izquierdo - 1969 CFL slot back (Calgary Stampeders)
Jake Tapper - 1969 American journalist
Karen Snelgrove - 1969 London Ontario, softball pitcher (Olympics-96)
Muhammad Oliver - 1969 NFL cornerback/safety (Washington Redskins)
Dave Eggers - 1970 American writer, editor, and publisher
John Nemechek - 1970 American NASCAR driver
Michael Bankston - 1970 NFL defensive end (Arizona Cardinals)
Rex Walters - 1970 NBA guard (Phila 76ers, Miami Heat)
Rod Smith - 1970 NFL cornerback (Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers)
Roy Khan - 1970 Norwegian singer (Kamelot)
Greg Hansell - 1971 Bellflower CA, pitcher (Minn Twins)
Isaiah Rider - 1971 NBA guard/forward (Minn Timberwolves, Port Trailblazers)
Raul Mondesi - 1971 San Cristobal Dom Rep, outfielder (LA Dodgers)
Tony Eveready (Duane Moore) - 1971 American adult film actor
Alisa Castillo - 1972 Miss Nevada USA (1996)
Hector Luis Bustamante - 1972 Colombian actor
James Maritato - 1972 American professional wrestler
Antonio Banks - 1973 cornerback (Minnesota Vikings)
Gabriel Mendez - 1973 Australian soccer midfielder (Olyroos, Olympics-96)
Keif Bryant - 1973 NFL defensive end (Seattle Seahawks)
Louis Laros - 1973 Dutch soccer player (Willem II, Vitesse)
Chris Carr - 1974 NBA guard (Phoenix Suns, Minn Timberwolves)
Annabel Port - 1975 English radio presenter
Herman Li - 1975 Cantonese guitarist
Kelle Bryan - 1975 English singer
Simon Young - 1976 English music journalist
Zhao Wei - 1976 Chinese actress
Ramiro Corrales - 1977 American footballer
Arina Tanemura - 1978 Japanese mangaka
Casey Mears - 1978 American auto racer
Claudio Sanchez - 1978 American musician (Coheed and Cambria)
Cristina Teuscher - 1978 New Rochelle NY, 4X200m freestyle (Olymp-gold-96)
Masuimi Max - 1978 American model
Tara Mounsey - 1978 ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)
Edwin Villafuerte - 1979 Ecuadorian footballer
Nidia Guenard - 1979 American professional wrestler
Pete Doherty - 1979 English musician
Douglas Murray - 1980 Swedish ice-hockey player
Tobias Schweinsteiger - 1982 German footballer
Zach Miner - 1982 American baseball player
Jaimie Alexander - 1984 American Actress
Shreya Ghoshal - 1984 Indian singer
Bradley Wright-Phillips - 1985 English footballer
Tosh Townend - 1985 American skateboarder
Danny Jones - 1986 English singer (McFly)
Chris Seitz - 1987 American footballer
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