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Antonio Agri

Antonio Agri (May 5, 1932-October 17, 1998)

Buenos Aires
Yakir Aharonov

Yakir Aharonov (August 28, 1932-)

Yakir Aharonov is an Israeli physicist specializing in quantum physics. He is a Professor of Theoretical Physics and the James J. Farley Professor of Natural Philosophy at Chapman University in California. He is also a distinguished professor in the Perimeter Institute and a professor emeritus at Tel Aviv University in Israel. He is president of... Wikipedia
Haifa, British Mandate of Palestine
Anouk Aimée

Anouk Aimée (April 27, 1932-)

Anouk Aimée is a French film actress, who has appeared in 70 films since 1947, having begun her film career at age 14. In her early years she studied acting and dance besides her regular education. Although most of her films were French, she also made a number of films in Spain, Great Britain, Italy and Germany, along with some American... Wikipedia
Paris, France
Harriet Andersson

Harriet Andersson (February 14, 1932-)

Harriet Andersson is a Swedish actress, best known outside Sweden for being part of director Ingmar Bergman's stock company. She often played impulsive working class characters and quickly established a reputation on screen for her youthful, unpretentious, full-lipped sensuality. She disdains the use of makeup. Wikipedia
Stockholm, Sweden
Pier Angeli

Pier Angeli (June 19, 1932-September 10, 1971)

Pier Angeli was an Italian-born television and film actress. Her American cinematographic debut was in the starring role of the 1951 film 'Teresa', for which she won a Golden Globe Award. Twenty years later she was chosen to play a part in 'The Godfather', but died before filming began. Wikipedia
Cagliari, Sardinia
Beverly Hills, California, U.S.
Aharon Appelfeld

Aharon Appelfeld (February 16, 1932-)

Aharon Appelfeld is an Israeli novelist. Wikipedia
Zhadova, Romania

Natalie Babbitt (July 28, 1932-)

Natalie Babbitt is an American writer and illustrator of children's books. For her contributions as a children's writer she was U.S. nominee for the biennial international Hans Christian Andersen Award in 1982. Wikipedia
Dayton, Ohio, United States
Beryl Bainbridge

Beryl Bainbridge (November 21, 1932-July 2, 2010)

Dame Beryl Margaret Bainbridge DBE was an English writer from Liverpool. She was primarily known for her works of psychological fiction, often macabre tales set among the English working classes. Bainbridge won the Whitbread Awards prize for best novel in 1977 and 1996; she was nominated five times for the Booker Prize. She was described in 2007 as... Wikipedia
Liverpool, Lancashire, England, UK
London, England, UK

Oleg Baklanov (March 17, 1932-)

Oleg Dmitriyevich Baklanov was a Soviet politician, high functionary in government and industry, and is now a scientist and businessman. As Minister of General Machine Building, he was responsible for Soviet space industry during the 80s. Wikipedia
Kharkiv, Ukraine
Andy Bathgate

Andy Bathgate (August 28, 1932-)

Andrew James Bathgate is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey right wing who played 17 seasons in the National Hockey League for the New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins. Wikipedia
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Vasily Belov

Vasily Belov (October 23, 1932-December 4, 2012)

Vasily Ivanovich Belov was a Soviet/Russian writer, poet and dramatist, who published more than 60 books which sold 7 million copies. A prominent member of the influential 1970s–1980s derevenschiki movement, Belov's best known novels include 'Business as Usual', 'Eves', 'Everything's Ahead' and 'The Year of a Major Breakdown'. Wikipedia
Vologda Oblast, RSFSR, USSR
Vologda, Russia

Robert Benton (September 29, 1932-)

Robert Douglas Benton is an American screenwriter and film director. He won the Oscars for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Director for 'Kramer vs. Kramer' and won a third Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for 'Places in the Heart'. Wikipedia
Waxahachie, Texas

Jack Bowman (July 4, 1932-)

Benny Jack Bowman, is a former politician in the state of Tennessee. Bowman served in the Tennessee House of Representatives from 1967 to 1976. A Republican, he represented Roane County, Tennessee. Residing in Harriman, Tennessee, he was a businessman and farmer. Wikipedia
Kingston, Tennessee
Eileen Brennan

Eileen Brennan (September 3, 1932-July 28, 2013)

Eileen Brennan was an American actress of film, television, and theater. Brennan was known for her role as Doreen Lewis in 'Private Benjamin', for which she received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She reprised the role for the TV adaptation, winning both a Golden Globe and Emmy for her performance. She received Emmy nominations... Wikipedia
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Burbank, California, U.S.
Corry Brokken

Corry Brokken (December 3, 1932-)

Corry Brokken is a Dutch former singer. In 1957, she was the first Dutch winner of the Eurovision Song Contest, one of the high points in a long career as a singer and entertainer in the 1950s and 1960s, during which she scored a number of hits and sang in the popular Sleeswijk Revue with Snip en Snap, and had her own television show. She ended her... Wikipedia
Breda, Netherlands
Susan Buffett

Susan Buffett (June 15, 1932-July 29, 2004)

Susan Thompson Buffett, the first wife of investor Warren Buffett, was active in civil rights, abortion rights and population control causes. She was a director of Berkshire Hathaway, owning 2.2 percent of the company at the time of her death. She was the 153rd richest person in the world. She was president of the Buffett Foundation, which has... Wikipedia
Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Cody, Wyoming, USA
Ellen Burstyn

Ellen Burstyn (December 7, 1932-)

Ellen Burstyn is an American actress. Her career began in theatre during the late 1950s, and over the next decade included several films and television series. Wikipedia
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Donald Byrd

Donald Byrd (December 9, 1932-February 4, 2013)

Donaldson Toussaint L'Ouverture Byrd II was an American jazz and rhythm and blues trumpeter. A sideman for many other jazz musicians of his generation, Byrd was best known as one of the only bebop jazz musicians who successfully pioneered the funk and soul genres while simultaneously remaining a jazz artist. As a bandleader, Byrd is also notable... Wikipedia
Detroit, Michigan
Dover, Delaware
Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash (February 26, 1932-September 12, 2003)

J.R. "Johnny" Cash was an American singer-songwriter, actor, and author, widely considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. Although primarily remembered as a country music icon, his genre-spanning songs and sound embraced rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal won Cash the rare honor of... Wikipedia
Kingsland, Arkansas, U.S.
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Jacques Chirac

Jacques Chirac (November 29, 1932-)

Jacques René Chirac is a French statesman, who served as the President of France from 1995 to 2007. He previously served as Prime Minister of France from 1974 to 1976 and from 1986 to 1988, and as Mayor of Paris from 1977 to 1995. Wikipedia
Paris, France
Patsy Cline

Patsy Cline (September 8, 1932-March 5, 1963)

Virginia Patterson Hensley, known professionally as Patsy Cline, was an American singer. Part of the early 1960s Nashville sound, Cline successfully "crossed over" to pop music. She died at the age of 30 in a multiple-fatality crash in the private plane of her manager, Randy Hughes. She was one of the most influential, successful and acclaimed... Wikipedia
Winchester, Virginia, U.S.
near Camden, Tennessee, U.S.
Dabney Coleman

Dabney Coleman (January 3, 1932-)

Dabney Wharton Coleman is an American actor best known for roles in the films '9 to 5', 'Cloak & Dagger', 'Tootsie', 'WarGames', 'You've Got Mail' and on TV as Louis "The Commodore" Kaestner in HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' and the voice of Principal Prickly in the animated series 'Recess'. Wikipedia
Austin, Texas, U.S.

Ray Cooney (May 30, 1932-)

Raymond George Alfred Cooney, OBE is an English playwright and actor. His biggest success, 'Run for Your Wife', ran for nine years in London's West End and is its longest-running comedy. He has had 17 of his plays performed there. Wikipedia
London, England, UK
Stephen Covey

Stephen Covey (October 24, 1932-July 16, 2012)

Stephen Richards Covey was an American educator, author, businessman, and keynote speaker. His most popular book was 'The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People'. His other books include 'First Things First', 'Principle-Centered Leadership', 'The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Families', 'The 8th Habit', and 'The Leader In Me — How Schools and... Wikipedia
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States
Jenny Craig (entrepreneur)

Jenny Craig (entrepreneur) (August 7, 1932-)

Jenny Craig is an American weight loss guru and founder of Jenny Craig, Inc. Craig was raised in New Orleans and married Sidney Harvey Craig in 1979. In 1983, she and her husband created a nutrition, fitness, and weight loss program in Australia and began offering the program in the United States in 1985. The company became a part of Nestlé... Wikipedia
Berwick, Louisiana
Walter Cunningham

Walter Cunningham (March 16, 1932-)

Ronnie Walter Cunningham, known as Walt Cunningham, is a retired American astronaut. In 1968, he was the Lunar Module pilot on the Apollo 7 mission. He was NASA's third civilian astronaut, and has also been a fighter pilot, physicist, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, author of 'The All-American Boys', lecturer, and host of the radio show 'Lift-off... Wikipedia
Creston, Iowa
Belva Davis

Belva Davis (October 13, 1932-)

Belva Davis is an African-American television and radio journalist. She is the first African-American woman to become a television reporter on the U.S. West Coast. She has won eight Emmy Awards and been recognized by the American Women in Radio and Television and National Association of Black Journalists. Wikipedia
Monroe, Louisiana
Clive Davis

Clive Davis (April 4, 1932-)

Clive Jay Davis is an American record producer and music industry executive. He has won five Grammy Awards and is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a non-performer. Wikipedia
Brooklyn, New York

Ivan Davis (February 4, 1932-)

Ivan Roy Davis, Jr., is an American classical pianist. Wikipedia
Richard Dawson

Richard Dawson (November 20, 1932-June 2, 2012)

Richard Dawson was an English-American actor and comedian, and a game show host and panelist in the United States. Wikipedia
Gosport, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom
Los Angeles, California, United States
Douglas Day

Douglas Day (June 1, 1932-October 10, 2004)

Douglas Turner Day III was an American novelist, biographer, scholar and critic. He was a popular professor of English literature at the University of Virginia, where he taught almost four decades. Wikipedia
Lorrae Desmond

Lorrae Desmond (October 2, 1932-)

Lorrae Desmond, MBE is a Gold Logie-award winning Australian singer, entertainer, and character actress, with a career spanning over 50 years, in the vein of star Joy Nichols. She remains best known for her long running role as Shirley "Shirl" Gilroy in the television series 'A Country Practice', which she played from 1981 to 1992. Wikipedia
Mittagong, New South Wales, Australia
Alberto Dines

Alberto Dines (February 19, 1932-)

Alberto Dines is a Brazilian journalist and writer. With a career spanning over five decades, Dines directed and launched several magazines and newspapers in Brazil and Portugal. He has taught journalism since 1963, and was a visiting professor at the Columbia University School of Journalism in 1974. Wikipedia
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Fred Dretske

Fred Dretske (December 9, 1932-July 24, 2013)

Frederick Irwin Dretske was an American philosopher noted for his contributions to epistemology and the philosophy of mind. Wikipedia
Waukegan, Illinois
Umberto Eco

Umberto Eco (January 5, 1932-)

Umberto Eco, OMRI is an Italian semiotician, essayist, philosopher, literary critic, and novelist. He is best known for his groundbreaking 1980 historical mystery novel 'Il nome della rosa', an intellectual mystery combining semiotics in fiction, biblical analysis, medieval studies and literary theory. He has since written further novels, including... Wikipedia

Richard Eder (August 16, 1932-November 21, 2014)

Richard Gray Eder was for 20 years variously a foreign correspondent, a film reviewer and the drama critic for the 'New York Times'. Subsequently he was book critic for the 'Los Angeles Times', winning a Pulitzer Prize for Criticism and the National Book Critics Circle annual citation. Wikipedia
Washington, D.C.
Boston, Massachusetts
Peter Eisenman

Peter Eisenman (August 11, 1932-)

Peter Eisenman is an American architect. Wikipedia
Newark, New Jersey, U.S.
Joe Engle

Joe Engle (August 26, 1932-)

Joe Henry Engle, is an American pilot who served in the United States Air Force, test pilot for the North American X-15 program, aeronautical engineer, and a former NASA astronaut. As of 2015, he is the only surviving X-15 pilot. Wikipedia
Chapman, Kansas, U.S.
François Englert

François Englert (November 6, 1932-)

François Baron Englert is a Belgian theoretical physicist and 2013 Nobel prize laureate. He is Professor emeritus at the Université libre de Bruxelles where he is member of the Service de Physique Théorique. He is also a Sackler Professor by Special Appointment in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Tel Aviv University and a member of the... Wikipedia
Etterbeek, Brussels, Belgium
Miloš Forman

Miloš Forman (February 18, 1932-)

Jan Tomáš Forman, known as Miloš Forman, is a Czech film director, screenwriter, actor, and professor, who until 1968 lived and worked primarily in the former Czechoslovakia. Wikipedia
Čáslav, Czechoslovakia
Antonia Fraser

Antonia Fraser (August 27, 1932-)

Lady Antonia Margaret Caroline Fraser, DBE, née Pakenham, is a British author of history, novels, biographies and detective fiction. She is the widow of the 2005 Nobel Laureate in Literature, Harold Pinter, and prior to his death was also known as Antonia Pinter. Wikipedia
London, England

Ray Freeman (January 6, 1932-)

Ray Freeman FRS is a British chemist. He won the Royal Medal in 2002, and is a retired professor at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he continues to work on NMR spectroscopy. Wikipedia
Saul Friedländer

Saul Friedländer (October 11, 1932-)

Saul Friedländer is an award-winning Israeli historian and currently a professor of history at UCLA. Wikipedia
Prague, Czechoslovakia
Athol Fugard

Athol Fugard (June 11, 1932-)

Harold Athol Lanigan Fugard is a South African playwright, novelist, actor, and director who writes in English. He is best known for his political plays opposing the South African system of apartheid and for the 2005 Academy Award-winning film of his novel 'Tsotsi', directed by Gavin Hood. Fugard is an adjunct professor of playwriting, acting and... Wikipedia
Middleburg, South Africa
Pierre-Gilles de Gennes

Pierre-Gilles de Gennes (October 24, 1932-May 18, 2007)

Pierre-Gilles de Gennes was a French physicist and the Nobel Prize laureate in physics in 1991. Wikipedia
Paris, France
Orsay, France
Walter Gilbert

Walter Gilbert (March 21, 1932-)

Walter Gilbert is an American biochemist, physicist, molecular biology pioneer, and Nobel laureate. Wikipedia
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Sheldon Lee Glashow

Sheldon Lee Glashow (December 5, 1932-)

Sheldon Lee Glashow is a Nobel Prize winning American theoretical physicist. He is the Metcalf Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Boston University and Higgins Professor of Physics, Emeritus, at Harvard University. Wikipedia
Brookline, MA
Bo Goldman

Bo Goldman (September 10, 1932-)

Robert "Bo" Goldman is an American writer, Broadway playwright and screenwriter. To date, he has received two Academy Awards out of three nominations. Wikipedia
New York City, New York, United States

Solomon W. Golomb (May 30, 1932-)

Solomon Wolf Golomb is an American mathematician, engineer and professor of electrical engineering at the University of Southern California, best known for his works on mathematical games. Most notably he invented Cheskers in 1948 and coined the name. He also fully described polyominoes and pentominoes in 1953. He has specialized in problems of... Wikipedia
Baltimore, Maryland
Glenn Gould

Glenn Gould (September 25, 1932-October 4, 1982)

Glenn Herbert Gould was a Canadian pianist who became one of the best-known and most celebrated classical pianists of the 20th century. He was particularly renowned as an interpreter of the keyboard music of Johann Sebastian Bach. His playing was distinguished by remarkable technical proficiency and capacity to articulate the polyphonic texture of... Wikipedia
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dick Gregory

Dick Gregory (October 12, 1932-)

Richard Claxton "Dick" Gregory is an American comedian, civil rights activist, social critic, writer and entrepreneur. Wikipedia
St. Louis, Missouri, US
Joel Grey

Joel Grey (April 11, 1932-)

Joel Grey is an American actor, singer, dancer, and photographer. He is best known for portraying the Master of Ceremonies in both the stage and film versions of the Kander & Ebb musical 'Cabaret'. He has won the Academy Award, Tony Award, and Golden Globe Award. He also originated the role of George M. Cohan in the musical 'George M!' in 1973, and... Wikipedia
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.

Allen Grossman (January 7, 1932-June 27, 2014)

Allen Grossman was a noted American poet, critic and professor. Wikipedia
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Chelsea, Massachusetts

Adam Harasiewicz (July 1, 1932-)

Adam Harasiewicz is a Polish classical concert pianist. Wikipedia
Dudley R. Herschbach

Dudley R. Herschbach (June 18, 1932-)

Dudley Robert Herschbach is an American chemist at Harvard University. He won the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry jointly with Yuan T. Lee and John C. Polanyi "for their contributions concerning the dynamics of chemical elementary processes." Herschbach and Lee specifically worked with molecular beams, performing so-called "crossed molecular beam"... Wikipedia
San Jose, California, United States
John Hillerman

John Hillerman (December 20, 1932-)

John Benedict Hillerman is an American actor, known for his starring role as Jonathan Quayle Higgins III on the television show 'Magnum, P.I.' Wikipedia
Denison, Texas, U.S.

Richard Cyril Hughes (<a href="/born/year/1932" title="Celebrities Born in 1932">1932</a>-)

Richard Cyril Hughes is a Welsh historian. Wikipedia
Shintaro Ishihara

Shintaro Ishihara (September 30, 1932-)

Shintaro Ishihara is a Japanese politician, supreme advisor of Party for Future Generations and author who was Governor of Tokyo from 1999 to 2012. Wikipedia
Kobe, Japan

Jenny Joseph (May 7, 1932-)

Jenny Joseph is an English poet. Wikipedia
Ryszard Kapuściński

Ryszard Kapuściński (March 4, 1932-January 23, 2007)

Ryszard Kapuściński was a Polish reporter, journalist, traveller, photographer, poet and writer whose dispatches in book form brought him a global reputation. Widely considered a serious candidate for the Nobel Prize in Literature during his lifetime, he is one of the Polish writers most frequently translated into foreign languages. Wikipedia
Pińsk, Poland (now in Brest Voblast, Belarus)
Warsaw, Poland

Gerard Kennedy (actor) (March 8, 1932-)

Gerard Kennedy is an Australian actor and two-time Gold Logie winner. He is best known having portrayed six different characters in guest appearances in Crawford Productions series 'Homicide', all in 1966. He then shot to fame as the antagonist in Australian television spy drama 'Hunter', becoming so popular that his character changed sides,... Wikipedia
Perth, Western Australia
Ted Kennedy

Ted Kennedy (February 22, 1932-August 25, 2009)

Edward Moore "Ted" Kennedy was a United States Senator from Massachusetts and a member of the Democratic Party. He was the second most senior member of the Senate when he died and was the fourth-longest-serving senator in United States history, having served there for almost 47 years. As the most prominent living member of the Kennedy family for... Wikipedia
Boston, Massachusetts
Hyannis Port, Massachusetts

Daniel Kleppner (December 16, 1932-)

Daniel Kleppner, born 1932, is the Lester Wolfe Professor Emeritus of Physics at MIT and co-director of the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms. His areas of science include Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, and his research interests include Experimental Atomic Physics, Laser Spectroscopy, and High Precision Measurements. He is the winner... Wikipedia
New York
Alexander Kluge

Alexander Kluge (February 14, 1932-)

Alexander Kluge is a German author and film director. Wikipedia
Halberstadt, near Magdeburg, Germany
Nick Kotz

Nick Kotz (September 16, 1932-)

Nathan "Nick" K. Kotz, born in San Antonio, Texas, is an American journalist, author, and historian. Wikipedia
San Antonio, Texas

Francis Lai (April 26, 1932-)

Francis Lai is a French accordionist, and composer noted for his film scores. Wikipedia
Nice, France

Toni Lamond (March 29, 1932-)

Toni Lamond AM is an Australian cabaret singer, stage and television actor, dancer and comedienne. She was given the nickname of "Lolly-Legs Lamond" by fellow veteran performer Noel Ferrier after being voted as having the second-best pair of legs in television while doing 'In Melbourne Tonight'. Wikipedia
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Christopher Lasch

Christopher Lasch (June 1, 1932-February 14, 1994)

Christopher Lasch was a well-known American historian, moralist, and social critic. Wikipedia
Omaha, Nebraska.
Pittsford, New York
Johnny Lattner

Johnny Lattner (October 24, 1932-)

John Joseph "Johnny" Lattner is a former American football player. While playing college football for the University of Notre Dame, he won the Heisman Trophy in 1953. He also won the Maxwell Award twice, in 1952 and 1953. Lattner played one season in the National Football League for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1954. Wikipedia
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Piper Laurie

Piper Laurie (January 22, 1932-)

Piper Laurie is an American actress of stage and screen known for her roles in the films 'The Hustler', 'Carrie', and 'Children of a Lesser God', all of which brought her Academy Award nominations. She is also known for her performance as Catherine Martell in the cult television series 'Twin Peaks' for which she won a Golden Globe Award in 1991. Wikipedia
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Michel Legrand

Michel Legrand (February 24, 1932-)

Michel Legrand is a French musical composer, arranger, conductor, and pianist. Legrand is a prolific composer, having written over 200 film and television scores in addition to many memorable songs. He is best known for his often haunting film music and scores, such as 'The Umbrellas of Cherbourg' and 'The Thomas Crown Affair' featuring the song... Wikipedia
Paris, France
Liang Congjie

Liang Congjie (August 4, 1932-October 28, 2010)

Liang Congjie was a Chinese historian best known for his work as an environmental activist who established the Friends of Nature in 1994 as the first environmental non-governmental organization to be officially recognized by the government of the People's Republic of China. Wikipedia
Beijing, Republic of China
Beijing, People's Republic of China
Elliott H. Lieb

Elliott H. Lieb (July 31, 1932-)

Elliott Hershel Lieb is an American mathematical physicist and professor of mathematics and physics at Princeton University who specializes in statistical mechanics, condensed matter theory, and functional analysis. Wikipedia
Sven Lindqvist

Sven Lindqvist (April 28, 1932-)

Sven Lindqvist is a Swedish author of mostly non-fiction, whose works include 'Exterminate All the Brutes' and 'A History of Bombing'. Wikipedia
Little Richard

Little Richard (December 5, 1932-)

Richard Wayne Penniman, known by his stage name Little Richard, is an American recording artist, songwriter and musician. Wikipedia
Macon, Georgia, US

Bill Long (writer) (April 28, 1932-May 21, 2010)

Bill Long was an Irish writer and broadcaster. He often featured on RTÉ Radio 1. He was also Ireland's longest surviving heart transplant patient. Wikipedia
Waterford, Republic of Ireland
Richard Lugar

Richard Lugar (April 4, 1932-)

Richard Green "Dick" Lugar is an American politician who served as a United States Senator, representing Indiana from 1977 to 2013. A member of the Republican Party, Lugar twice served as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Wikipedia
Indianapolis, Indiana
Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn (April 14, 1932-)

Loretta Lynn is a multiple gold album American country music singer-songwriter whose work spans more than 50 years. She has received numerous awards and other accolades for her groundbreaking role in country music. Wikipedia
Butcher Hollow, Johnson County, Kentucky, U.S.

Harvey Mackay (<a href="/born/year/1932" title="Celebrities Born in 1932">1932</a>-)

Harvey Mackay is a businessman and columnist. Mackay is perhaps best known as the author of five business bestsellers, including 'Swim With the Sharks', 'Beware the Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt' and 'Dig Your Well Before You're Thirsty'. He is a nationally syndicated columnist, and one of America's most popular business speakers. He is also... Wikipedia
Mehmood Ali

Mehmood Ali (September 29, 1932-July 23, 2004)

Mehmood Ali, popularly known simply as Mehmood, was an Indian actor, singer, director and producer best known for playing comic roles in Hindi films. During his career of more than four decades, he worked in over 300 Hindi films. Wikipedia
Mumbai, India
Pennsylvania, US
Miriam Makeba

Miriam Makeba (March 4, 1932-November 9, 2008)

Zenzile Miriam Makeba, nicknamed Mama Africa, was a Grammy Award-winning South African singer and civil rights activist. Wikipedia
Prospect Township, Johannesburg, South Africa
Castel Volturno, Italy
Louis Malle

Louis Malle (October 30, 1932-November 23, 1995)

Louis Marie Malle was a French film director, screenwriter, and producer. His film, 'Le Monde du silence', won the Palme d'Or and Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1956. He was also nominated multiple times for Academy Awards later in his career. Malle is one of the few directors that are multiple winners of the Golden Lion. Wikipedia
Thumeries, Nord, France
Beverly Hills, California, United States
Hans van Manen

Hans van Manen (July 11, 1932-)

Hans van Manen is a Dutch ballet dancer, choreographer and photographer. Wikipedia
Walter Marshall, Baron Marshall of Goring

Walter Marshall, Baron Marshall of Goring (March 5, 1932-February 20, 1996)

Walter Charles Marshall FRSCBE studied mathematical physics at Birmingham University and gained a PhD there under Rudolf Peierls. He joined the Theoretical Physics Division at AERE Harwell in 1954, succeeding Brian Flowers as Head of that Division in 1960 and becoming Director of AERE in 1968; he eventually was appointed Chairman of the United... Wikipedia
Elaine May

Elaine May (April 21, 1932-)

Elaine May is an American screenwriter, film director, actress and comedian. She made her initial impact in the 1950s from her improvisational comedy routines with Mike Nichols, performing as Nichols and May. After her duo with Nichols ended, May subsequently developed a career as a screenwriter. She has been nominated twice for an Academy Award,... Wikipedia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.

Geraldine McEwan (May 9, 1932-January 30, 2015)

Geraldine McEwan was an English actress who had a long career in theatre, television and film. Wikipedia
Old Windsor, Berkshire, England
Hammersmith, London, England
Luc Montagnier

Luc Montagnier (August 18, 1932-)

Luc Antoine Montagnier is a French virologist and joint recipient with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Harald zur Hausen of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus. A long-time researcher at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, he currently works as a full-time professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong... Wikipedia
Chabris, France

Ted Morgan (writer) (March 30, 1932-)

Ted Morgan is a French-American biographer, journalist, and historian. Wikipedia
Geneva, Switzerland
Joe Morgenstern

Joe Morgenstern (October 3, 1932-)

Joe Morgenstern is a film critic for 'The Wall Street Journal'. He has won a Pulitzer Prize for Criticism. Wikipedia
United States
Richard Mulligan

Richard Mulligan (November 13, 1932-September 26, 2000)

Richard Mulligan was an American television and film actor best known for his role as Burt Campbell in the sitcom 'Soap' and later as Dr. Harry Weston in 'Empty Nest'. Wikipedia
New York City, New York, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Robert Mundell

Robert Mundell (October 24, 1932-)

Robert Alexander Mundell, CC is a Nobel Prize-winning Canadian economist. Mundell is a professor of economics at Columbia University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Wikipedia
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
John Murtha

John Murtha (June 17, 1932-August 2, 2010)

John Patrick "Jack" Murtha, Jr. was an American politician from the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Murtha, a Democrat, represented Pennsylvania's 12th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives from 1974 until his death in 2010. Wikipedia
New Martinsville, West Virginia
Arlington, Virginia
Wiesław Myśliwski

Wiesław Myśliwski (March 25, 1932-)

Wiesław Myśliwski is a Polish novelist. In his novels and plays Myśliwski concentrates on life in the Polish countryside. He is twice the winner of the Nike Award for 'Widnokrąg' and 'A Treatise on Shelling Beans'. Wikipedia
V. S. Naipaul

V. S. Naipaul (August 17, 1932-)

Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul, TC, is a Trinidad-born Nobel Prize-winning British writer known for his comic early novels set in Trinidad, his bleaker later novels of the wider world, and his autobiographical chronicles of life and travels. Naipaul has published more than 30 books, both of fiction and nonfiction, over some 50 years. Wikipedia
Chaguanas, Trinidad

Victor Saul Navasky (July 5, 1932-)

Victor Saul Navasky is an American journalist, editor, publisher, author and professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He was editor of 'The Nation' from 1978 until 1995, and its publisher and editorial director 1995 to 2005. In November 2005 he became the publisher emeritus. Navasky's book 'Naming Names' is considered a... Wikipedia
New York City, U.S.
Yasutomi Nishizuka

Yasutomi Nishizuka (July 12, 1932-November 4, 2004)

Yasutomi Nishizuka was a Japanese biochemist who discovered protein kinase C and made important contribution to the understanding of molecular mechanism of signal transduction across the cell membrane. Wikipedia
Ashiya, Hyōgo, Japan
Lowitja O'Donoghue

Lowitja O'Donoghue (August 1, 1932-)

Lowitja O'Donoghue, AC, CBE, DSG is an Aboriginal Australian retired public administrator. In 1990, she was appointed inaugural chairperson of the now dissolved Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission. Wikipedia
Indulkana, Central South Australia
Peter O'Toole

Peter O'Toole (August 2, 1932-December 14, 2013)

Peter Seamus O'Toole was a British-Irish stage and film actor. He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and began working in the theatre, gaining recognition as a Shakespearean actor at the Bristol Old Vic and with the English Stage Company, before making his film debut in 1959. Wikipedia
London, England, UK
Padmini (actress)

Padmini (actress) (June 12, 1932-September 24, 2006)

Padmini was an Indian actress and trained Bharathanatyam dancer, who acted in over 250 Indian films. She acted in the Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi language films. Padmini, with her elder sister Lalitha and her younger sister Ragini, were called the "Travancore sisters". Wikipedia
Thiruvananthapuram, Travancore, British India
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Nam June Paik

Nam June Paik (July 20, 1932-January 29, 2006)

Nam June Paik was a Korean American artist. He worked with a variety of media and is considered to be the founder of video art. He was married to the video artist Shigeko Kubota in 1965. Paik is credited with an early usage of the term "electronic super highway" in application to telecommunications. Wikipedia
Seoul, South Korea
Miami, Florida, United States of America
Anand Panyarachun

Anand Panyarachun (August 9, 1932-)

Anand Panyarachun was Thailand's Prime Minister twice, between 1991–1992 and once again in 1992. He was effective in initiating economic and political reforms, one of which was the drafting of Thailand's "Peoples' Constitution", which was promulgated in 1997 and abrogated in 2006. Anand received a Ramon Magsaysay Award for Government Service in... Wikipedia
Bangkok, Thailand
Robert B. Parker

Robert B. Parker (September 17, 1932-January 18, 2010)

Robert Brown Parker was an American crime writer. His most famous works were the 40 novels written about the private detective Spenser. ABC television network developed the television series 'Spenser: For Hire' based on the character in the mid-1980s; a series of TV movies based on the character were also produced. His works incorporate... Wikipedia
Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Katherine Paterson (October 31, 1932-)

Katherine Paterson is a Chinese-born American author best known for children's novels. For four different books published 1975-1980, she won two Newbery Medals and two National Book Awards. She is one of three people to win the two major international awards: for "lasting contribution to children's literature" she won the biennial Hans Christian... Wikipedia
Jiangsu, People's Republic of China

James Patterson (actor) (June 29, 1932-August 19, 1972)

James Patterson was an American Tony Award–winning actor for his role in the 1968 Harold Pinter play, 'The Birthday Party'. Wikipedia
Derry, Pennsylvania, U.S.
New York City, New York, U.S.
Marisa Pavan

Marisa Pavan (June 19, 1932-)

Marisa Pavan is an Italian-born actress who first became famous as the twin sister to film star Pier Angeli before achieving film stardom on her own. Her breakthrough came in the film 'The Rose Tattoo' as Anna Magnani's daughter; her role was first assigned to her twin, who at the time was unable to play the part. When Magnani won the Academy Award... Wikipedia
Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
Anthony Perkins

Anthony Perkins (April 4, 1932-September 12, 1992)

Anthony Perkins was an American actor and singer. Wikipedia
New York City, New York, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Carl Perkins

Carl Perkins (April 9, 1932-January 19, 1998)

Carl Lee Perkins was an American singer-songwriter who recorded most notably at Sun Records Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, beginning in 1954. His best-known song is "Blue Suede Shoes". Wikipedia
Tiptonville, Tennessee, United States
Jackson, Tennessee, United States
Teodoro Petkoff

Teodoro Petkoff (January 3, 1932-)

Teodoro Petkoff Malec is a Venezuelan politician, ex-guerrilla, journalist and economist. One of the most prominent politicians on the left in Venezuela, Petkoff began as a communist but gravitated towards liberalism in the 1990s. As Minister of Planning he oversaw President Rafael Caldera's adoption of neoliberal economic policies in the... Wikipedia
Zulia State
Theodor Pištěk (costume designer)

Theodor Pištěk (costume designer) (October 25, 1932-)

Theodor Pištěk is a Czech artist known for creating photo-realistic drawings and paintings, movie costumes and decorations. He won the Academy Award for Best Costume Design for the film Amadeus, and received an Academy Award nomination in the same category for the film Valmont. Wikipedia
Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath (October 27, 1932-February 11, 1963)

Sylvia Plath was an American poet, novelist, and short-story writer. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, she studied at Smith College and Newnham College at the University of Cambridge, before receiving acclaim as a poet and writer. She married fellow poet Ted Hughes in 1956; they lived together in the United States and then England, and had two... Wikipedia
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
London, England, United Kingdom
Elena Poniatowska

Elena Poniatowska (May 19, 1932-)

Elena Poniatowska is a French-born Mexican journalist and author, specializing in works on social and political issues focused on those considered to be disenfranchised especially women and the poor. She was born in Paris to upper class parents, including her mother whose family fled Mexico during the Mexican Revolution. She left France for Mexico... Wikipedia
Paris, France
Amrish Puri

Amrish Puri (June 22, 1932-January 12, 2005)

Amrish Lal Puri was an Indian leading theatre and film actor, who was a key player in the Indian theatre movement that picked up steam in the 1960s. He worked with notable playwrights of the time, such as Satyadev Dubey and Girish Karnad. However, he is primarily remembered for playing iconic negative roles in Hindi cinema as well as other Indian... Wikipedia
Jalandhar, Punjab, India
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Quino (July 17, 1932-)

Joaquín Salvador Lavado, better known by his pen name Quino, is a Argentine Spanish cartoonist. His comic strip 'Mafalda' is very popular in Latin America and many parts of Europe. Wikipedia
Guaymallén, Argentina

Franca Raimondi (July 8, 1932-August 28, 1988)

Franca Raimondi was an Italian singer, born in Monopoli, Province of Bari, Apulia. Wikipedia
Dieter Rams

Dieter Rams (May 20, 1932-)

Dieter Rams is a German industrial designer closely associated with the consumer products company Braun and the Functionalist school of industrial design. His unobtrusive approach and belief in "less but better" design generated a 'timelessness' nature in his products and have influenced the design of many products, which also secured Rams... Wikipedia
Wiesbaden, Hessen, Germany
Jean-Paul Rappeneau

Jean-Paul Rappeneau (April 8, 1932-)

Jean-Paul Rappeneau is a French film director and screenwriter. Wikipedia
Auxerre, Yonne, France

Johanna Reiss (April 4, 1932-)

Johanna Reiss is a Dutch-born American writer and longtime resident of New York City. Her most recent work, 'A Hidden Life', was published by Melville House Publishing in January 2009. In her books, Reiss has presented her childhood experience as a Jewish girl in the Netherlands during the Holocaust. Wikipedia
Winterswijk, Netherlands
Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta (July 22, 1932-October 20, 2014)

Óscar Arístides Renta Fiallo was a Dominican fashion designer. Born in Santo Domingo, he was trained by Cristóbal Balenciaga and Antonio del Castillo; he became internationally known in the 1960s as one of the couturiers to dress Jacqueline Kennedy. An award-winning designer, he worked for Lanvin and Balmain; his eponymous fashion house continues... Wikipedia
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Kent, Connecticut, U.S.
Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds (April 1, 1932-)

Debbie Reynolds is an American actress, singer, and dancer. Wikipedia
El Paso, Texas, U.S.
Gerhard Richter

Gerhard Richter (February 9, 1932-)

Gerhard Richter is a German visual artist and one of the pioneers of the New European Painting that emerged in the second half of the twentieth century. Richter has produced abstract as well as photorealistic paintings, and also photographs and glass pieces. His art follows the examples of Picasso and Jean Arp in undermining the concept of the... Wikipedia
Dresden, Germany
Tom Robbins

Tom Robbins (July 22, 1932-)

Thomas Eugene "Tom" Robbins is an American author. His best-selling novels are "seriocomedies", often wildly poetic stories with a strong social and philosophical undercurrent, an irreverent bent, and scenes extrapolated from carefully researched bizarre facts. His novel 'Even Cowgirls Get the Blues' was made into a movie in 1993 by Gus Van Sant... Wikipedia
Blowing Rock, North Carolina

Gene Roberts (journalist) (June 15, 1932-)

Eugene Leslie "Gene" Roberts, Jr. is an American journalist and professor of journalism. He has been a national editor of 'The New York Times', executive editor of 'The Philadelphia Inquirer' from 1972 to 1990, and managing editor of 'The New York Times' from 1994 to 1997. Roberts is most known for presiding over 'The Inquirer'`s "Golden Age", a... Wikipedia
Goldsboro, North Carolina, USA
Mike Royko

Mike Royko (September 19, 1932-April 29, 1997)

Michael "Mike" Royko was a Chicago newspaper columnist, winner of the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Over his 30-year career, he wrote over 7,500 daily columns for three newspapers, the 'Chicago Daily News', the 'Chicago Sun-Times', and the 'Chicago Tribune'. Wikipedia
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

Roald Sagdeev (December 26, 1932-)

Roald Zinnurovich Sagdeev is a Soviet and Russian expert in plasma physics and a former director of the Space Research Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences. He was also a science advisor to the Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev. Sagdeev graduated from Moscow State University. He is a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He has worked at... Wikipedia
Carlos Saura

Carlos Saura (January 4, 1932-)

Carlos Saura Atarés is a Spanish film director and photographer from Aragon. Wikipedia
Huesca, Spain
Lalo Schifrin

Lalo Schifrin (June 21, 1932-)

Lalo Schifrin is an Argentine pianist, composer, arranger and conductor. He is best known for his film and TV scores, such as the "Theme from 'Mission: Impossible'". He has received four Grammy Awards and six Oscar nominations. Schifrin, associated with the jazz music genre, is also noted for work with Clint Eastwood in the late 1960s, 1970s and... Wikipedia
George Schlatter

George Schlatter (December 31, 1932-)

George Schlatter is an American television producer and director, best known for 'Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In' and founder of the American Comedy Awards. Wikipedia
Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Joe Schmidt

Joe Schmidt (January 19, 1932-)

Joseph Paul Schmidt is a former American football player and coach at both the collegiate and professional levels. His 13-year career with the National Football League's Detroit Lions gained him a place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1973. Wikipedia
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Melvin Schwartz (November 2, 1932-August 28, 2006)

Melvin Schwartz was an American physicist. He shared the 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics with Leon M. Lederman and Jack Steinberger for their development of the neutrino beam method and their demonstration of the doublet structure of the leptons through the discovery of the muon neutrino. Wikipedia
New York City, New York
Twin Falls, Idaho
Dana Scott

Dana Scott (October 11, 1932-)

Dana Stewart Scott is the emeritus 'Hillman University Professor of Computer Science, Philosophy, and Mathematical Logic' at Carnegie Mellon University; he is now retired and lives in Berkeley, California. His research career involved computer science, mathematics, and philosophy. His work on automata theory earned him the ACM Turing Award in 1976,... Wikipedia
Berkeley, California
John Searle

John Searle (July 31, 1932-)

John Rogers Searle is an American philosopher and currently the Slusser Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley. Widely noted for his contributions to the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind and social philosophy, he began teaching at Berkeley in 1959. He received the Jean Nicod Prize in 2000; the National... Wikipedia
Denver, Colorado
T. N. Seshan

T. N. Seshan (December 15, 1932-)

T. N. Seshan was the Chief Election Commissioner of India, who largely ended malpractices in elections held in the country, by introducing major reforms and redefining the status and visibility of the Election Commission of India. An Indian Administrative Service officer, he earlier served as the 18th Cabinet Secretary in 1989. He won the Magsaysay... Wikipedia
Palakkad, India
Omar Sharif

Omar Sharif (April 10, 1932-July 10, 2015)

Omar Sharif, also credited as Omar Cherif, was an Egyptian actor. The assumed surname 'Sharif' means "noble" in Arabic. His films included 'Lawrence of Arabia', 'Doctor Zhivago' and 'Funny Girl'. He was nominated for an Academy Award and won three Golden Globe Awards and a César Award. Wikipedia
Alexandria, Kingdom of Egypt
Cairo, Egypt
Rodion Shchedrin

Rodion Shchedrin (December 16, 1932-)

Rodion Konstantinovich Shchedrin is a Russian composer and pianist, winner of the Lenin, USSR State Prize and the State Prize of the Russian Federation, and a former member of the Interregional Deputy Group. He is also a citizen of Lithuania and Spain. Wikipedia
Joseph Silverstein

Joseph Silverstein (March 21, 1932-)

Joseph Silverstein is an American violinist and conductor. Wikipedia

Ted Sizer (June 23, 1932-October 21, 2009)

Theodore Ryland Sizer was a leader of educational reform in the United States, the founder of the Essential school movement and was known for challenging longstanding practices and assumptions about the functioning of American secondary schools. Beginning in the late 1970s, he had worked with hundreds of high schools, studying the development and... Wikipedia
New Haven, Connecticut
Harvard, Massachusetts
George Sluizer

George Sluizer (June 25, 1932-September 20, 2014)

George Sluizer was a Dutch filmmaker whose credits included features as well as documentary films. Wikipedia
Paris], France
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Michael Smith (chemist)

Michael Smith (chemist) (April 26, 1932-October 4, 2000)

Michael Smith CC, OBC, FRS was a British-born Canadian biochemist and businessman. He was the winner of the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in developing site-directed mutagenesis. Following graduation with a PhD in 1956 from the University of Manchester, he undertook post-doctoral studies with Dr. Har Gobind Khorana at the British... Wikipedia
Blackpool, England
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
K. V. Subbanna

K. V. Subbanna (February 20, 1932-July 16, 2005)

Kuntagodu Vibhuthi Subbanna was an acclaimed dramatist and writer in Kannada. He was the founder of the world famous 'NINASAM' drama institute. Founded in 1949 in Heggodu, Sagara. 'Ninasam', under the guidance of K.V. Subbanna, made significant contribution to Kannada theatre and other performing arts. He was awarded, in 1991, the 'Ramon Magsaysay... Wikipedia
Heggodu, Sagara, Karnataka
Heggodu, Sagara, Karnataka
Andrei Tarkovsky

Andrei Tarkovsky (April 4, 1932-December 29, 1986)

Andrei Arsenyevich Tarkovsky was a Soviet and Russian film-maker, writer, film editor, film theorist, theatre and opera director. Wikipedia
Zavrazhye, Soviet Union
Paris, France
Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932-March 23, 2011)

Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, DBE was a British-American actress. From her early years as a child star with MGM, she became one of the great screen actresses of Hollywood's Golden Age. As one of the world's most famous film stars, Taylor was recognized for her acting ability and for her glamorous lifestyle, beauty, and distinctive dark blue... Wikipedia
London, England, UK
Los Angeles, California, US
Dave Thomas (businessman)

Dave Thomas (businessman) (July 2, 1932-January 8, 2002)

David Rex "Dave" Thomas was an American businessman and philanthropist. Thomas was the founder and chief executive officer of Wendy's, a fast-food restaurant chain specializing in hamburgers. He is also known for appearing in more than 800 commercial advertisements for the chain from 1989 to 2002, more than any other company founder in television... Wikipedia
Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
John G. Thompson

John G. Thompson (October 13, 1932-)

John Griggs Thompson is a mathematician at the University of Florida noted for his work in the field of finite groups. He was awarded the Fields Medal in 1970, the Wolf Prize in 1992 and the 2008 Abel Prize, making him one of four mathematicians to achieve this. Wikipedia
Ottawa, Kansas, USA
François Truffaut

François Truffaut (February 6, 1932-October 21, 1984)

François Roland Truffaut was a French film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and film critic, as well as one of the founders of the French New Wave. In a film career lasting over a quarter of a century, he remains an icon of the French film industry, having worked on over 25 films. Truffaut's film 'The 400 Blows' came to be a defining film... Wikipedia
Paris, France
Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France
John Updike

John Updike (March 18, 1932-January 27, 2009)

John Hoyer Updike was an American novelist, poet, short story writer, art critic, and literary critic. Wikipedia
Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
Danvers, Massachusetts, United States
Vladimir Volkoff

Vladimir Volkoff (November 7, 1932-September 14, 2005)

Vladimir Volkoff, was a French writer of Russian extraction. He produced both literary works for adults and spy novels for young readers under the pseudonym Lieutenant X. His works are characterised by themes of the Cold War, intelligence and manipulation, but also by metaphysical and spiritual elements. Wikipedia
Keith Waldrop

Keith Waldrop (<a href="/born/year/1932" title="Celebrities Born in 1932">1932</a>-)

Keith Waldrop is the author of numerous books of poetry and prose, and has translated the work of Claude Royet-Journoud, Anne-Marie Albiach, and Edmond Jabès, among others. A recent translation is Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal. Mr. Waldrop received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1964. Wikipedia
Paul J. Weitz

Paul J. Weitz (July 25, 1932-)

Paul Joseph Weitz, is a retired American naval officer and aviator, aeronautical engineer, test pilot, and former NASA astronaut, who flew into space twice. He was a member of the three-man crew who flew on Skylab 2, the first manned Skylab mission. He was also Commander of the STS-6 mission, the first of the Space Shuttle 'Challenger' flights. Wikipedia
Erie, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Dottie West

Dottie West (October 11, 1932-September 4, 1991)

Dottie West was an American country music singer and songwriter. Along with her friends and co-recording artists Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn, she is considered one of the genre's most influential and groundbreaking female artists. Dottie West's career started in the 1960s, with her Top 10 hit, "Here Comes My Baby Back Again", which won her the... Wikipedia
McMinnville, Tennessee, U.S.
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Billie Whitelaw

Billie Whitelaw (June 6, 1932-December 21, 2014)

Billie Honor Whitelaw, CBE was an English actress. She worked in close collaboration with Irish playwright Samuel Beckett for 25 years and was regarded as one of the foremost interpreters of his works. She was also known for her portrayal of Mrs Baylock, the demonic nanny in the 1976 horror film 'The Omen'. Wikipedia
Coventry, Warwickshire, England
Hampstead, London, England
John Williams

John Williams (February 8, 1932-)

John Towner Williams is an American composer, conductor, and pianist. In a career spanning over six decades, Williams has composed some of the most popular and recognizable film scores in cinematic history, including the 'Star Wars' series, the first two 'Jaws' films, 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial', the 'Indiana Jones' series, 'Close Encounters of... Wikipedia
Long Island, New York
Oliver E. Williamson

Oliver E. Williamson (September 27, 1932-)

Oliver Eaton Williamson is an American economist, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and recipient of the 2009 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. Wikipedia
Superior, Wisconsin
Robert Anton Wilson

Robert Anton Wilson (January 18, 1932-January 11, 2007)

Robert Anton Wilson was an American author, novelist, essayist, editor, playwright, poet, futurist, psychologist, and self-described agnostic mystic. Recognized as an Episkopos, Pope, and saint of Discordianism, Wilson helped publicize the group through his writings and interviews. Wikipedia
New York, New York, United States
Santa Cruz, California, United States

Fred Wolf (animator) (September 13, 1932-)

Fred Wolf is an American animator. His works include the 1967 short subject 'The Box', for which he won an Academy Award; television specials such as 'The Point!' and 'Free to Be...You and Me', and television series such as 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles', 'James Bond Jr.', and Sarah Ferguson’s 'Budgie the Little Helicopter'. Wolf was also... Wikipedia
Brooklyn, New York
Yevgeny Yevtushenko

Yevgeny Yevtushenko (July 18, 1932-)

Yevgeny Aleksandrovich Yevtushenko is a Soviet and Russian poet. He is also a novelist, essayist, dramatist, screenwriter, actor, and editor, and a director of several films. Wikipedia
Zima Junction, Siberia
Andrew Young

Andrew Young (March 12, 1932-)

Andrew Jackson Young is an American politician, diplomat, activist and pastor from Georgia. He has served as a Congressman from Georgia's 5th congressional district, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, and Mayor of Atlanta. He served as President of the National Council of Churches USA, was a member of the Southern Christian... Wikipedia
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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