Famous People Born in April 1930

  • 1st Grace Lee Whitney, actress (Yeoman Rand-Star Trek), born in Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • 1st Joan Franks-Williams, composer
  • 2nd Girolamo Arriego, composer
  • 2nd W Hambleden Smith, English newspaper magnate
  • 3rd Helmut Kohl, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Politician and Chancellor of West Germany 1982-90, Reunified Germany 1990-98
  • 3rd Lawton Chiles, (sen/gov-D-Florida, 1971-89/91- )
  • 3rd Max Frankel, journalist (Tables of Id of Organic Compounds)
  • 3rd Wally Moon, American baseball player
  • 4th David Sexton, soccer manager
  • 7th Andrew Sachs, actor (Manuel-Fawlty Towers)
  • 8th Dorothy Tutin, actress (Importance of Being Ernest, Cromwell), born in London, England
  • 8th John Bartholomew Tucker, TV host (Candid Camera, Treasure Island), born in Pennsylvania (d. 2014)
  • 8th John Reardon, baritone (Falke-Die Fledermaus), born in NYC, New York
  • 8th Julien Van Remoortere, [Piet Mortelman], Flemish writer (Fist)
  • 8th Mary Moore, principal (St Hilda's College, Oxford)
  • 8th Carlos Hugo of Bourbon-Parma, Duke of Parma
  • 9th F. Albert Cotton, American chemist (d. 2007)
  • 9th Nathaniel Branden, Canadian psychotherapist
  • 10th Lord Morton, of Shauna, senator (College of Justice, Scotland)
  • 10th Shuja-ud-Din, cricketer (batted in 19 Tests for Pakistan 1954-62)
  • 10th Norma Candal, Puerto Rican actor/comedian (d. 2006)
  • 10th Spede Pasanen, Finnish comedian (d. 2001)
  • 11th Carl Franklin, Richmond California, actor (Fantastic Journey)
  • 11th Clive Exton, scriptwriter & playwright
  • 11th James Alan Ferman, secretary (British Board of Film Classification)
  • 11th Joseph Burnett-Stuart, CEO (Robert Fleming Holdings)
  • 11th Kazuo Fukushima, composer
  • 11th Nicholas F Brady, US Secretary of Treasury (1988-93)
  • 11th W G [Bill] Hefner, (Rep-D-NC, 1975- )
  • 11th Anton LaVey, Chicago Illinois, American founder of the Church of Satan
  • 12th Betty Clooney, Maysville Ky, singer (Jack Paar Show)
  • 12th Bryan Magee, British Philosopher, politician and broadcaster (Modern British Philosophy), born in London
  • 12th Patrick Edmund Pery, 6th Earl of Limerick, Irish peer and public servant
  • 12th Lou A de Graaf, Dutch asst secretary of Social Affairs (VDA)
  • 12th Uwe Kitzinger, President (Templeton College, Oxford)
  • 12th Manuel Neri, American artist
  • 13th Jeremiah Harman, British Judge "the kicking Judge"
  • 14th Bradford Dillman, actor (Piranha, Sudden Impact, Enforcer), born in San Franciso, California
  • 14th George W Gekas, (Rep-R-PA, 1983- )
  • 14th Jay Robinson, actor (Born Again, Malibu Bikini Shop), born in NYC, New York (d. 2013)
  • 15th Elijah Barayi, head of South Africa union centre (COSATU)
  • 15th Vigd√≠s Finnbogad√≥ttir, President of Iceland
  • 16th Frank Page, British broadcaster/actor (Hudson Hawk, Dark Dancer)
  • 16th Herbie Mann, jazz flute/sax (Just Wallin'), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • 16th John Robson, British ambassador (Norway)
  • 17th Chris Barber, jazz trombonist
  • 17th Genevieve, singer (Jack Paar Show, Scruples), born in Paris, France
  • 18th Clive Revill, actor (Legend of Hell House), born in Wellington, New Zealand
  • 19th Dick Sargent [Richard Stanford Cox ], American actor (Bewitched), born in Carmel, California (d. 1994)
  • 20th Alan Oakman, cricketer (England batsman against Australia 1956)
  • 21st Don Tyson, founder, Tyson Foods)
  • 21st Silvana Mangano, actress (Death in Venice, Barabbas), born in Rome, Italy
  • 23rd Alan Oppenheimer, actor (6 Million Dollar Man, Eischied), born in NYC, New York
  • 23rd Michael Bowen, RC Archbishop (Southwark)
  • 24th Conn Findlay, coxswain (Oly-2 gold/bronze-56, 64, 76), born in Stockton, California
  • 24th Jerome Callet, American musician
  • 25th Dotty Mack, actress (Paul Dixon Show), born in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 25th Paul Mazursky, American writer/director (Moscow on the Hudson), born in Brooklyn, New York, (d. 2014)
  • 25th Roy Marshall, cricket opener (prolific Hampshire only 4 Tests for WI)
  • 26th Derek Waring, actor (Barnacle Bill, Arthur-Heart of the Country)
  • 26th Justin Gosling, principal (St Edmund Hall Oxford)
  • 26th Roger Moens, Belgium, 800m runner (Olympic-silver-1960)
  • 27th Roelof F "Pik" Botha, South African minister of Foreign affairs
  • 28th Richard C Sarafian, director/actor (Foley Square), born in NYC, New York (d. 2013)
  • 28th Christopher John Magenis Headington, composer
  • 28th James Baker, American Secretary of the Treasury (1985-88), Secretary of State (1989-92), born in Houston, Texas
  • 29th Alf Valentine, Jamaican cricketer (great West Indian lefty spinner)
  • 29th Jean Rochefort, French actor
  • 30th Raoul de Keyser, [Dekeyser], Flemish painter