Famous People Born in 1938 (Part 2)

Birthdays 201 - 400 of 706

  • Apr 3 Philippe Wynne, US soul singer (Detroit Spinners)
  • Apr 4 A Bartlett Giamatti, American President of Yale and baseball commissioner (1989), born in Boston, Massachusetts (d. 1989)
  • Apr 4 Michael Parks, American actor (Then Came Bronson), born in Corona California (d. 2017)
  • Apr 4 Peter Attenborough, British headmaster (Charterhouse)
  • Apr 5 Colin Bland, cricketer (South African bat Maybe the best cover field)
  • Apr 5 Ronald Anthony White Jr, singer
  • Apr 5 Nancy Holt, American artist (land art) , born in Worcester, Massachusetts
  • Apr 6 Paul Daniels, British magician (The Paul Daniels Magic Show), born in South Bank, Yorkshire (d. 2016)
  • Apr 6 Roy Thinnes, actor (Invaders, Falcon Crest, Gen Hospital), born in Chicago, Illinois
  • Apr 6 Frances Schreuder, American socialite convicted of murder, born in Salt Lake City, Utah (d. 2004)
  • Apr 7 Freddie Hubbard, jazz trumpeter (Art Blakey), born in Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Apr 7 Yvonne Lime, actress (Father Knows Best, Dobie Gillis), born in Glendale, California

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Apr 7 Jerry Brown, Governor of California (D-1975-83, 2011-), born in San Francisco, California

Governor of California Jerry Brown
Governor of California
Jerry Brown
  • Apr 8 Barton Keith McLean, composer
  • Apr 8 Lory Patrick, Beckley WV, actress (Trina-Tales of Welles Fargo)
  • Apr 8 Mohammad Farooq, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler in 7 Tests 1960-65)
  • Apr 8 Kofi Annan, Ghanaian diplomat and 7th Secretary-General of the United Nations (1997-2006), born in Comassie, Gold Coast
  • Apr 9 Viktor Chernomyrdin, Russian politician
  • Apr 10 Don Meredith, NFL QB (Cowboys)/Mon Night Football, born in Mount Vernon, Texas
  • Apr 11 Michael Deaver, politician/influence peddler (S&L scandal)
  • Apr 11 Kurt Moll, German bass opera singer, born near Colonge (d. 2017)
  • Apr 13 Frederic Rzewski, Westfield Mass, composer (Spacecraft)
  • Apr 13 John Weston, British diplomat, representative for NATO (1992-95) and UN (1995-98)
  • Apr 14 Gloria [Dean] Randle Scott, American educator/pres (Beaumont College)
  • Apr 15 Carles Marsden, professor (neurology)
  • Apr 15 Hso Khan Pha, Burmese politician
  • Apr 15 Claudia Cardinale, Tunisian-born actress (The Pink Panther)
  • Apr 16 Michael Hirst, chief constable (Leicestershire England)
  • Apr 16 Gordon Wilson, Scottish politician
  • Apr 16 Rich Rollins, American baseballer
  • Apr 17 David Dilks, vice-chancellor (Hull U)
  • Apr 17 K M P O'Brien, archbishop (St Andrews & Edinburgh)
  • Apr 17 Ben Barnes, American politician
  • Apr 17 Kerry Wendell Thornley, co-founder of Discordianism
  • Apr 18 Andreas J "Cat" Liebenberg, supreme commander (South African army)
  • Apr 19 Jonathan Tunick, composer
  • Apr 20 Bernard Malivoire, French cox pair (Olympic gold 1952)
  • Apr 20 Betty Cuthbert, Australia 100m/200m/400m dash (Olympic gold 1956, 64)
  • Apr 20 Johnny Tillotson, singer (Gidget, Poetry in Motion), born in Jacksonville, Florida
  • Apr 22 Alan Bond, Australian tycoon/yachtsman (America's Cup), born in London
  • Apr 22 Adam Raphael, English journalist and author
  • Apr 23 Leonard Ernest John Chant, social worker
  • Apr 23 Russell Hillhouse, under-sect Scottish Office
  • Apr 23 Steven D Symms, (Sen-R-ID, 1981- )
  • Apr 25 Ton Schulten, Dutch artist
  • Apr 25 Roger Boisjoly, aerodynamicist (anticipated challenger disaster), born in Lowell, Massachusetts (d. 2012)
  • Apr 26 Duane Eddy, American guitarist (Peter Gunn, Cannonball), born in Phoenix, Arizona
  • Apr 26 Maurice Williams, American rocker (Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs), born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Apr 26 Willie Wood, Scottish bowls player, born in Haddington, East Lothian
  • Apr 27 Earl Anthony, bowler (PBA money champ 1974-6, 1981-3)
  • Apr 28 Beverly F Albert, architect

  • Apr 28 Madge Sinclair, actress (Bell-Roots, Trapper John), born in Kingston, Jamaica
  • Apr 28 Fred Dibnah, English television personality (d. 2004)
  • Apr 29 Klaus Voormann, German rock bassist (Manfred Mann-Mighty Quinn), born in Berlin, Germany
  • Apr 29 Bernard "Bernie" Madoff, American fraudster and financier (commited largest fraud in US history, born in Queens, New York
  • Apr 30 Gary Collins, actor (6th Sense, Home Show), born in Venice, California (d. 2012)
  • Apr 30 Larry [Van Cott] Niven, American sci-fi author (5 Hugo, Neutron Star)
  • Apr 30 Juraj Jakubisko, Slovak film director
  • May 2 Moshoeshoe II, King of Lesotho (1966-90), born in Morija, Lesotho (d. 1996)
  • May 3 Chris Cannizzaro, American baseball player
  • May 4 Tyrone Davis, US R&B singer (Are you serious)
  • May 4 William J Bennett, US Secretary of Education (1985-88)
  • May 4 Carlos Monsiváis, Mexican writer
  • May 5 Jerzy Skolimowski, director (Hands Up, Deep End), born in Warsaw, Poland
  • May 5 Johnnie Taylor, Crawfordsville, Arkansas, R&B and multi-genre singer (Disco Lady, I Believe in You), (d. 2000)
  • May 5 Michael Murphy, actor (McCabe & Mrs Miller, Unmarried Woman), born in Los Angeles, California
  • May 6 Jean Garon, Quebec economist and politician
  • May 6 Larry Gogan, Irish radio personality
  • May 7 Johnny Caldwell, Irish flyweight boxer (Olympic bronze 1956)
  • May 8 Javed Burki, cricketer (Pakistani batsman in 25 Tests 1960-69)
  • May 8 Pierre Lucien Claverie, bishop of Oran
  • May 8 Jean Giraud, French comic artist (Alien, Tron), born in Val-de-Marne, French (d. 2012)
  • May 9 Geoffrey Holland, civil servant
  • May 9 Charles Simic Yugoslavian-born poet, 15th Poet Laureate of the United States
  • May 10 Manuel Santana, tennis player (US Open 1965)
  • May 10 Maxim Shostakovich, Leningrad Russia, conductor (Atlanta Symph)
  • May 10 Merritt Ranew, baseball player
  • May 10 Michael Shea, director (Hanson Trust), Queen's press secretary
  • May 10 Peter Davies, Major-General/Director-General (RSPCA)
  • May 10 Philip Gordon Winsor, American composer, Born in Morris, Illinois (d. 2012)
  • May 10 Jean Becker, French director, screenwriter and actor
  • May 11 Carla Bley [Carla Borg], American musician (Escalator Over the Hill), born in Oakland, California
  • May 11 Harvey Sollberger, flutist/composer (2 Oboes Troping), born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • May 12 Andrei Amalrik, Russian writer/dissident
  • May 12 Millie Perkins, actress (Jane-Knots Landings), born in Passaic, New Jersey
  • May 12 Susan Hampshire, actress (Vanity Fair, Living Free), born in London, England
  • May 13 Buck Taylor, actor (Monroes, Gunsmoke), born in Hollywood, California
  • May 13 Laurent Beaudoin, French Canadian businessman (Bombardier)
  • May 13 Giuliano Amato, Italian politician
  • May 15 Lenny Welch, Asbury Park NJ, (Breaking up is Hard to Do)
  • May 15 Mireille Darc, French actress (Week End, Hurried Man), born in Toulon

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May 16 Ivan Sutherland, American computer scientist (Sketchpad), born in Hastings, Nebraska

Computer Scientist Ivan Sutherland
Computer Scientist
Ivan Sutherland
  • May 17 Don Dolan, actor (Guy Lewis- General Hospital), born in Staten Island, New York
  • May 17 Jason Bernard, actor (Judge-Liar Liar)
  • May 17 Pervis Jackson, American R&B singer (Spinners), born in New Orleans, Louisiana (d. 2008)
  • May 17 Trinus Riemersma, Dutch-Frisian writer (Conquest of Leeuwarden)
  • May 18 Janet Fish, Boston USA, American realist artist
  • May 19 James H Bilbray, (Rep-D-Nevada)
  • May 19 Moisés da Costa Amaral, East Timorese leader (d. 1989)
  • May 20 Alan Smithers, British professor
  • May 20 Christina Bass-Kaiser, 3K Dutch speed skater (Olympic gold 1972)
  • May 20 Marinella, Greek singer and actress
  • May 21 David Groh, American actor (Joe-Rhoda, Don-Another Day), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • May 21 Urs Widmer, Swiss writer, born in Basel (d. 2014)
  • May 22 Frank Converse, actor (It's About Time, Dr Cook's Garden, Movin' On)
  • May 22 Richard Benjamin, American director/actor (Goodbye Columbus, He & She), born in NYC, New York
  • May 22 Susan Strasberg, American actress (In Praise of Older Women, Manitou), born in NYC, New York
  • May 23 John R Miller, (Rep-R-WA, 1985- )
  • May 23 Peter Preston, editor (Guardian)
  • May 24 Glen Hall, cricket leg-spinner (South African in one Test v England 1964)
  • May 24 Tommy Chong, comedian and actor (Cheech & Chong), born in Edmonton, Alberta
  • May 24 David Viscott, American psychiatrist (d. 1996)
  • May 25 Ludmil Buldakova, USSR, volleyball player (Olympic gold 1972)
  • May 25 Raymond Carver, poet/short story writer (Furious Season)
  • May 26 Jackie Liebesit, rocker (Can)
  • May 26 Teresa Stratas, [Anastasia Stratakis], soprano (Salome), born in Toronto, Ontario
  • May 26 William Elden Bolcom, composer (Oracles), born in Seattle, Washington
  • May 26 Pauline Parker, New-Zealandic murderess
  • May 26 Lyudmila Petrushevskaya, Russian playwright and novelist

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May 28 Jerry West, NBA superstar (LA Lakers, Olympic Gold 1960), born in Chelyan, West Virginia

NBA Guard Jerry West
NBA Guard
Jerry West
  • May 28 Prince Buster, Jamaican reggae musician and producer (Madness), born in Kingston, Jamaica (d. 2016)
  • May 29 Francis Thomas (Fay) Vincent, baseball commissioner
  • May 30 Wilfried de Pree, Dutch politician and theologian (PvdA)/theologist
  • May 31 John Prescott, British Labour MP
  • May 31 Peter Yarrow, American (Peter, Paul & Mary-Puff the Magic Dragon), born in NYC, New York
  • Jun 2 Frits Wols, [Eugene W Wong Loi Sing], Suriname, sec-gen (UNESCO)
  • Jun 2 Gene Michael, American baseball shortstop, and general manger (NY Yankees), born in Kent, Ohio (d. 2017)
  • Jun 2 Kevin Brownlow, English film historian and author
  • Jun 4 Art Mahaffey, baseball player
  • Jun 5 Karin Balzer, German DR, hurdler (Olympic gold 1968)
  • Jun 5 Marion Chapman, smallest known premature baby to survive (280 g)
  • Jun 6 Prince Luís of Orléans-Braganza, pretender to the Brazilian throne
  • Jun 7 Judy Ann Scott-Fox, agent
  • Jun 9 Anne Kenny, Mudgee NSW, golfer (1968, 71 Australian Champ)
  • Jun 9 Charles Wuorinen, American composer (Pulitzer 1980), born in NYC, New York
  • Jun 9 Jeremy Hardie, CEO (W H Smith Group)
  • Jun 9 Peter Sanders, CEO (Commission for Racial Equality)
  • Jun 9 Roger Hurn, CEO (Smith's Industries)
  • Jun 12 Tom Oliver, Australian actor
  • Jun 13 Carole Jo Callison, LPGA golfer
  • Jun 13 Gwynne Howell, British opera singer
  • Jun 13 Peter Michael, English electronic manufacturer (UEI, Paintbox)
  • Jun 15 Billy Williams, baseball player (Cubs)
  • Jun 16 Joyce Carol Oates, NY, novelist (Garden of Earthly Delights)
  • Jun 16 Mickie Finn, Hugo Oklahoma, TV hostess/banjo player (Mickie Finn's)
  • Jun 16 Torgny Lindgren, Swedish writer
  • Jun 17 Judy Kimball-Simon, LPGA golfer
  • Jun 18 Don "Sugarcane" Harris, rocker/actor (Soup for 1, Greeased Lightning)
  • Jun 18 Joop Worrell, Dutch politician (PvdA)
  • Jun 18 Kevin Murray, Australian rules footballer
  • Jun 19 Charles Gwathmey, architect (5 Architects)
  • Jun 19 John Sheil, Northern Irish High Court judge
  • Jun 19 Ian Smith, Australian actor
  • Jun 20 Nikolay Avksentevich Martinov, composer
  • Jun 21 Dan Burton, (Rep-R-IN, 1983- )
  • Jun 21 James Botten, cricketer (all-rounder in 1965 South African series v England)
  • Jun 21 Ron Ely [Ronald Pierce], American actor (Tarzan, Doc Savage), born in Hereford, Texas
  • Jun 22 Andrew Brown, film Producer
  • Jun 24 Boris Lagutin, USSR, light-middleweight boxer (Olympic gold 1964, 68)
  • Jun 24 Lowell Cross, composer
  • Jun 24 Lawrence Block, American writer
  • Jun 24 Don Mincher, Huntsville, Alabama, Major League Baseball 1st baseman, (d. 2012)
  • Jun 26 Neil Abercrombie, American politician (Rep-D-Hawaii, 1986-88)
  • Jun 26 Gerald North, American climatologist
  • Jun 27 Bruce E Babbitt, (Gov-D-AZ)/secretary of interior
  • Jun 27 Gordon Rorke, cricketer (Australian quickie, 4 Tests at end of 50's)
  • Jun 27 Shirley Ann Field, actress (Beat Girl, Kings of the Sun) [or Jul 27]
  • Jun 27 Kathryn Beaumont, British voice actress
  • Jun 28 Leon E Panetta, (Rep-D-CA, 1977- )
  • Jun 28 John Byner, American comedian
  • Jun 28 Moy Yat, Chinese martial artist (d. 2001)
  • Jun 29 Billy Storm, singer (Valiants-This is the Night)
  • Jun 29 Edmund Falkiner, jazz saxophinist/probation officer
  • Jun 30 Billy Mills, Pine Ridge SD, 10k (Olympics-gold-64)
  • Jun 30 Chris Hinze, Dutch flutist (Vivat Vivaldi)
  • Jun 30 William Mervin Mills, Pine Ridge SD, 10K runner (Olympic gold 64)
  • Jun 30 Apostolos Nikolaidis, Greek singer (d. 1999)
  • Jul 1 Chester Watson, West Indian cricket fast bowler (early 60s)
  • Jul 1 Don Pavletich, baseball player
  • Jul 1 Craig Anderson, baseball player
  • Jul 3 David Gandolfo, horse trainer
  • Jul 3 Shin Geum Dan, North Korea, 400m/800m runner (1962 world record)
  • Jul 4 Bill Withers, Slab Fork WV, rhythm & blues singer (Lean on Me)
  • Jul 4 Cyril Mitchley, cricket wicket-keeper (Transvaal, later Test umpire)
  • Jul 5 Stanley Joel Silverman, composer
  • Jul 6 Franco, Zaire, composer/guitarist/leader (Masumbuku)
  • Jul 8 Marian Ackerman, women's rights advocacy administrator
  • Jul 9 Brian Dennehy, Ct, actor (Check is in the Mail, F/X, Cocoon, Ants)
  • Jul 9 Paul Seiko Chihara, US/Japanese composer, born in Seattle, Washington
  • Jul 10 Paul Andreu, French architect
  • Jul 10 Lee Morgan, American hard-bop trumpeter
  • Jul 11 Terry Garthwaite, US guitarist/singer (Joy of Cooking)
  • Jul 12 Mickey Stratton, Meriden Ct, softball catcher (Hall of Fame 1969)
  • Jul 12 Ron Fairly, American baseball player
  • Jul 12 Wieger Mensonides, Dutch swimmer
  • Jul 12 Eiko Ishioka, Costume Designer (Academy Award, Bram Stoker’s Dracula), born in Tokyo, Japan (d. 2012)
  • Jul 14 Bob Scholl, rocker (Mellow Kings)
  • Jul 14 Jerry Rubin, activist (Chicago 7)/stockbroker
  • Jul 15 Carmen Callil, publisher
  • Jul 15 Enrique Figuerola Camue, Cuba, 100m runner (Olympic silver 1964)