Famous People Born in May 1935

  • 1st Ann Robinson, American actress
  • 2nd Faisal II, King of Iraq (1939-58)/son of Ghasi I
  • 2nd Hussain ibn Talal, King of Jordan (1952- )
  • 2nd Lance LeGault, American actor, (d. 2012)
  • 2nd Luis Suárez Miramontes, Spanish footballer and manager
  • 3rd Donald P Hodel, Portland Ore, US Secretary of Interior (1985-89)
  • 3rd Ron Popeil, American inventor
  • 5th Douglas Marland, West Sand Lake NY, soap opera writer (Gen Hospital)
  • 7th Kevin O'Connor, actor (Bogie, Special Effects), born in Honolulu, Hawaii
  • 7th Isobel Warren, Canadian author
  • 8th Jack Charlton, soccer manager (Rep of Ireland)
  • 8th Salome Jens, actress (From Here to Eternity), born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 8th Viscount Falkland, British peer (Lib-Dem)
  • 9th Nokie Edwards, Lahoma, Oklahoma, American guitarist (The Ventures)
  • 10th Henry Fambrough, US singer (Spinners)
  • 10th Larry Williams, rocker
  • 11th Doug McClure, actor (Checkmate, Virginian, Roots), born in Glendale, California
  • 11th Francisco Umbral, Spanish novelist (d. 2007)
  • 12th Johnny Bucyk, Canadian ice hockey player
  • 13th Nigel Butterley, composer
  • 13th Yizhak Sadai, composer
  • 13th Dominic Cossa, American baritone
  • 15th Ted Dexter, cricketer (in Milan Superb England batsman of 60's)
  • 15th Gordon Mills, British songwriter (Tom Jones - "Its not Unusual"), born in Madras, India (d. 1986)
  • 17th Dennis Christopher George Potter, playwright (Karaoke, Midnight Movie)
  • 17th Ivan Slone, world-famous watchmaker
  • 19th David Hartman, Pawtucket RI, TV personality (Good Morning America)
  • 19th Fritz Rudolf Fries, German writer, born in Bilbao, Spain (d. 2014)

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20th José Mujica, President of Uruguay (2010-2015), champion of the poor and former urban guerrilla with the Tupamaros, born in Montevideo

President of Uruguay José Mujica
President of Uruguay
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  • 21st Terry Lightfoot, clarinetist/bandleader (New Orleans Jazzmen)
  • 22nd Ron Piché, Quebec baseball player
  • 23rd Juliet Campbell, British ambassador (to Luxembourg)
  • 23rd Lord Grenfell, head of External affairs European office, world bank
  • 24th Joan Micklin Silver, American director
  • 25th Cookie Gilchrist, American football player
  • 25th Victoria Shaw, Australian-born American actress (d. 1988)
  • 26th Sheila Steafel, South African-born British actress
  • 27th Elias Gistelinck, Flemish composer
  • 27th Lee Meriwether, Miss America (Time Tunnel, Barnaby Jones), born in Los Angeles, California
  • 27th Ramsey Lewis, Chic, pop jazz artist (Hang on Sloopy)
  • 28th Kenneth Kleinwort, English banker/multi-millionaire
  • 29th André Brink, South African writer (Dry White Season), born in Vrede, Free State
  • 29th Denis J Worrall, South African politician/leader (DP)
  • 29th Martin Garrod, Commandant General (Royal Marines)
  • 31st Bruce Bolton, cricketer (two Tests NZ v England 1959)
  • 31st Jim Bolger, 35th Prime Minister of New Zealand