Famous People Born in May 1932

  • 2nd Bruce Glover, actor (Diamonds are Forever), born in Chicago, Illinois
  • 2nd Kees de Galan, Dutch economist
  • 2nd Malcolm Leyland Lipkin, composer
  • 2nd Maury Allen, American sportswriter
  • 3rd Robert Osborne, American film historian
  • 4th Fausto Razzi, composer
  • 5th Aurel Stroe, composer
  • 5th Will Hutchins, Atwater California, actor (Sugarfoot, Hey Landlord)
  • 6th Gunther Hauk, composer
  • 6th John Bond, cricket umpire
  • 6th Viscount Coke, English large landowner/art collector
  • 7th Hans Boskamp, [Johan HG Hoelscher], actor/producer (Oh My Papa)
  • 7th Derek Taylor, English publicist for the Beatles, born in Liverpool, Merseyside (d. 1997)
  • 7th Pete Domenici, Republican senator from New Mexico
  • 8th Julieta Campos, Cuban-Mexican writer (d. 2007)
  • 8th Phyllida Law, Scottish actress

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8th Sonny Liston, Sand Slough Arkansas, American heavyweight boxer

Boxer and World Heavyweight Champion Sonny Liston
Boxer and World Heavyweight Champion
Sonny Liston
  • 9th Conrad Hunte, cricketer (great West Indian opener 1958-66)
  • 9th David Plastow, CEO (Medical Research Council)
  • 9th Gavin Lyall, author (Conduct of Major Maxim)
  • 9th Geraldine McEwan, English actress (Agatha Christie's Miss Marple), born in Old Windsor Berkshire
  • 9th J Alex McMillan, (Rep-R-NC, 1985- )
  • 10th Ian Leslie, 21st Earl of Rothes, Scottish nobleman
  • 10th Francoise Fabian, Hussein Dey Algeria, actress (Happy New Year)
  • 11th Henriette Santer, clinical Psychologist
  • 11th Valentino [Garavani], Milan Italy, fashion designer
  • 14th Robert Bechtle, American painter
  • 15th John Glen, Thames England, actor (Spy Who Loves Me, Backfire)
  • 16th Isaac "Redd" Holt, US drummer (Young-Holt Unlimited-In Crowd)
  • 17th Arthur Jones, principal (Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester)
  • 17th Colin Hope, CEO (T/N)
  • 17th Peter Burge, cricketer (dashing Australian batsman of 50's & 60's)
  • 17th Rodric Braithwaite, British ambassador to USSR
  • 18th John Clement, chairman (Unigate Group)
  • 19th Alma Cogan, English singer (d. 1966)
  • 19th Paul Erdman, American economist and author (d. 2007)
  • 19th Claude Blanchard, Quebec comedian and actor (d. 2006)
  • 21st G Wohmann, writer
  • 21st John Armitage, principal (College of St Hilda & St Bede Durham)
  • 21st Robert Sherlaw Johnson, composer
  • 23rd James Lester, MP
  • 23rd John Lyons, Cambridge England, Master (Trinity Hall)
  • 24th Arnold Wesker, British playwright (Bratkartoffeln Inbegriffen)
  • 24th Elaine Malbin, opera singer
  • 24th Graham Arnold, British artist (Brotherhood of Ruralists)
  • 24th James Anderton, Chief constable (Manchester England)
  • 24th Terence Heiser, British senior civil servant
  • 25th Georgi Mikhailovich Grechko, USSR, cosmonaut (Soyuz 17, 26, T-14)
  • 25th John Grogery Dunne, US writer (Up Close & Personal, True Confessions)
  • 25th K C Jones, Taylor Tx, basketball player (Olympic-gold-1956)
  • 26th Grigor Vachkov, Bulgarian actor (d. 1980)
  • 27th [Herman] Junior Parker, Arkansas, blues vocalist/songwriter (Mystery Train)
  • 27th Jeffrey Bernard, singer
  • 28th Henning Christiansen, composer
  • 28th Lord Renton, MP (Conservative)
  • 28th Timothy Renton, MP
  • 29th Paul R. Ehrlich, American biologist and author who founded the group Zero Population Growth
  • 30th Pauline Oliveros, composer (Sound Patterns), born in Houston, Texas
  • 30th Seppo Antero Yrjonpoika Nummi, composer
  • 31st Elizabeth Southey, British CEO (Natl Fed of Women's Institutes)
  • 31st George Vallings, British Vice Admiral
  • 31st Ronald Hampel, British CEO (ICI)
  • 31st Jay Miner, American microchip designer (d. 1994)