Famous Birthdays for March 1944

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Birthdays 1 - 70 of 70

1st - Dirk Benedict, Helena Mont, actor (A-Team, Battlestar Galactica)
1st - John B Breaux, (Rep-D-LA, 1972-88)
1st - John Napier, set designer (Royal Shakesphere Company), born in London, England
1st - Mike D'Abo, rock vocalist (Manfred Mann-Mighty Quinn)
1st - Roger Daltrey, English rocker/actor/producer (The Who-Tommy)
2nd - Katherine Crawford, actress (Captains & Kings, Gemini Man)
2nd - Leif Segerstam, composer
2nd - Pam Barnett, LPGA golfer
2nd - Uschi Glas, German actress
3rd - Janice Garfat, rocker (Dr Hook)
4th - Bobby Womack, American R&B singer/guitarist (Woman's Got to Have It), born in Cleveland, OH, (d. 2014)
5th - Paul Sands, LA Ca, comedian/actor (SCTV, Story Theater, St Elsewhere)
5th - Lucio Battisti, Italian singer (d. 1998)
5th - Roy Gutman, American journalist, Pulitzer Prize winner
6th - Kiri Te Kanawa, Gisborne NZ, operatic soprano (Don Giovanni)
6th - Mary Wilson, vocalist (Supremes-Where Did Our Love Go), born in Detroit, Michigan
7th - Elton Gallegly, (Rep-R-California)
7th - Jorgen Theobaldy, writer
7th - Townes Van Zandt, Texas, singer/songwriter (Kathleen, Loretta), (d. 1997)
7th - Stanley Schmidt, American editor
8th - Carole Bayer Sager, NY, aka Mrs Burt Bachrach, singer (Arthur)
8th - Buzz Hargrove, Canadian labour leader
8th - Sergey Nikitin, Russian composer
8th - Palito Ortega, Argentine singer and actor
9th - Geoff Arnold, cricketer (England medium-pacer in 34 Tests 1967-75)
9th - Lee Irvine, cricketer (South African batsman, only Tests in 1970)
9th - Trevor Burton, rocker (Move)
11th - Ric Rothwell, drummer (Mindbenders-Games of Love)
14th - Clyde Lee, NBAer
14th - Peter Paul Zahl, writer
15th - Chi Cheng, Taiwan, sprinter/80m hurdler (Oly-Bronze-68)
15th - David Costell, Pitts, rocker (Gary Lewis & the Playboys-Diamond Ring)
15th - Jacques Doillon director/writer (La Fille de Quinze Ans)
15th - Ralph MacDonald, rock percussionist (Graceland)
15th - Sly Stone, Dallas, rocker (Sly & the Family Stone-Everyday People)
17th - Cito Gaston, MLB manager (Toronto Blue Jays)
17th - John Sebastian, singer (Loving Spoonful, Welcome Back Kotter), born in NYC, New York
17th - Pat McCauley, N Ireland, rock drummer (Them)
17th - Pattie Boyd, English photographer and author (Mrs George Harrison/Mrs Eric Clapton)
18th - Dick Smith, Australian Adventurer and Businessman
18th - Amnon Lipkin-Shahak, Israeli military leader and politician, (d. 2012)
19th - Joseph Celli, composer
19th - Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, LBJ's daughter
19th - Myung-Wha Chung, Seoul Korea, cellist (Chung Trio)
19th - Said Musa, Prime Minister of Belize
19th - Sirhan Sirhan, Palestinian-born assassin
21st - Charles Edward Greene, Pine Bluff Ark, 4x100m runner (Oly-gold-1968)
21st - Henrik Colding-Jorgensen, composer
21st - Jamary Oliveira, composer
21st - Marie-Christine Barrault, Paris France, actress (Stardust Memories)
22nd - Jeremy Clyde, rocker
22nd - R P Mardling, headmaster (Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield)
22nd - T S "Tony" McPhee, rocker (Sad Go Round)
23rd - Michael Nyman, composer (Mesmer, Carrington)
23rd - Salim Altaf, cricketer (Pakistan medium-pacer in 21 Tests 1967-78)
23rd - George Scott, Greenville, MS, MLB player (Boston Red Sox), (d. 2013)
24th - Denny McLain, baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers, 31 wins in 1968)
24th - R. Lee Ermey, American actor
24th - Vojislav KoŇ°tunica, Serbian Prime Minister
25th - Ross Duncan, cricketer (one Test Australia v England 1971, 0-30)
25th - Terry L Bruce, (Rep-D-IL, 1985- )
26th - Diana Ross, [Earle], (Supremes, Lady Sings Blues, Mahogany), born in Detroit, Michigan
27th - Khosrow Shakibai, Iranian actor (d. 2008)
28th - Ken Howard, El Centro California, American actor (Ken-White Shadow, Dynasty, 1776)
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29th - James Diggle, FBA, classicist
29th - John Suchet, British TV journalist (Independent TV News)
30th - Gerrit Komrij, Dutch poet/essayist (Happy Schizo)
31st - Rod Allen, [B Rodney Bainbridge] rock bassist/vocalist (Fortunes)
31st - Mick Ralphs, English guitarist (Mott the Hoople, Bad Company)

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