Happy April 7th Birthday!
If you were born on April 7, you share a birthday with these famous people:
American senior citizen, writer, romance (Touch the Horizon), historical romance (The Golden Barbarian), suspense and mystery novelist (The Face of Deception and Eve Duncan series), born Apr. 7, 1938. (Iris Johansen Photo: YouTube | rajohansen 2009)
Academy Award-winning American screenwriter (Patton, The Godfather), movie producer, and director (The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, The Outsiders, Bram Stoker’s Dracula), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Apr. 7, 1939. (Francis Ford Coppola Photo: YouTube | The Merv Griffin Show 1980)
Septuagenarian senior citizen and American actress on TV (Annette, The Bob Cummings Show, The Virginian) and movies (The Shaggy D0g, Blue Denim, Because They’re Young, The Young Savages) born Apr. 7, 1943. (Roberta Shore Photo: YouTube | The Virginian 1965)
American musician, guitar player, singer-songwriter with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame duo partner Daryl Hall (Sara Smile, She’s Gone, Out of Touch, You Make My Dreams, Maneater, Adult Education), and senior citizen born Apr. 7, 1949. (John Oates Photo: YouTube | New American Bandstand 1965)
Janis Ian is 66 (nee Janis Fink)
American senior citizen, science fiction writer, and Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter (At Seventeen, Society’s Child Baby I’ve Been Thinking, Fly Too High) born Apr. 7, 1951. (Janis Ian Photo: YouTube | The Midnight Special 1975)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on April 7, 2017!
American actor on film (Maverick, The Rockford Files, Boy’s Night Out, The Thrill of it All, Victor Victoria, Murphy’s Romance, Space Cowboys) (born Apr. 7, 1928 – died July 19, 2014; age 86). Cause of death for James Garner was a heart attack. (James Garner Photo: YouTube |Boy’s Night Out 1962)
American actor on TV (Search for Tomorrow, Stagecoach West, M*A*S*H, City of Angels, House Calls) and in movies (Cool Hand Luke, The Killing Time) (born Apr. 7, 1933 – died Dec. 31, 2015; age 82). Wayne Rogers died from pneumonia. (Wayne Rogers 1976 Photo: NBC TV | Wikimedia / PD)
English comedian, writer, journalist and TV Host (That Was The Week That Was, Breakfast With Frost, Through the Keyhole, Frost Over the World) (born Apr. 7, 1939 – died Aug. 31, 2013; age 74). Cause of death for David Frost was a heart attack. (David Frost Photo: YouTube | A Degree of Frost 1964)
American narrator and gossip columnist for newspapers (The New York Daily Mirror), radio, and TV (The Walter Winchell File, The Untouchables) (born Apr. 7, 1897 – died Feb. 20, 1972; age 74). Walter Winchell died from prostate cancer. (Walter Winchell Photo: YouTube | What’s My Line? 1952)
American writer, movie producer and director (Klute, All the President’s Men, To Kill a Mockingbird, Sophie’s Choice, The Pelican Brief) (born Apr. 7, 1928 – died Nov. 19, 1998; age 70). Alan J. Pakula was killed instantly in a car accident. (Alan J. Pakula Photo: YouTube | Eyes on Cinema 1976)
Canadian-American Grammy Award-winning conductor (Percy Faith and His Orchestra), composer for TV and movies (Theme from A Summer Place, The Song from Moulin Rouge, Tammy Tell Me True, The Virginian) (born Apr. 7, 1908 – died Feb. 9, 1976; age 67). Cause of death for Percy Faith was cancer. (Percy Faith Photo: Pinterest)