Happy August 18th Birthday!
If you were born on August 18, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Robert Redford is 81 (nee Charles Robert Redford Jr.)
Octogenarian American senior, Academy Award-winning producer, director, and actor (Ordinary People; The Great Gatsby; The Electric Horseman; All the President’s Men; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; The Way We Were; The Sting), born August 18, 1936. (Robert Redford 1960 Tate Screenshot)
Martin Mull is 74
American musical comedian, movie & TV actor (America 2-Night; Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman; Fernwood 2 Night; Roseanne; Sabrina, the Teenage Witch; The Ellen Show; Dads), and septuagenarian senior born August 18, 1943. (Martin Mull 1976 Photo: David Gans | Wikimedia CC 2.0)
Elayne Boosler is 65
New senior citizen, American stand-up comedian, singer and dancer on stage, TV (Party of One; Broadway Baby), comedy writer and awards show host (Daytime Emmys; Writer’s Guild of America) born August 18, 1952. (Elayne Boosler 2016 David Feldman YouTube CC Screenshot)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on August 18, 2017!
Shelley Winters (nee Shirley Schrift)
Academy Award-winning American actress on TV (Roseanne) & movies (Winchester ’73; Frenchie; Executive Suite; The Night of the Hunter; The Diary of Ann Frank; Lolita; A Patch of Blue; Bloody Mama; The Poseidon Adventure) (born Aug. 18, 1920 – died Jan. 14, 2006; age 85). Cause of death for Shelley Winters was heart failure. (Shelley Winters Photo: Wikimedia PD)
American bestselling author (Helter Skelter; And the Sea Will Tell; Til Death Us Do Part) and criminal attorney for both prosecution (Charles Manson) and defense (Stephanie Stearns) (born Aug. 18, 1934 – died June 6, 2015; age 80). Cause of death for Vincent Bugliosi was cancer. (Vincent Bugliosi 2009 Photo: Damon D’Amato | Wikimedia CC 2.0)
American beauty contest winner (Miss Black New Jersey) and actress on TV (Peggy Fair on Mannix; Judge Heller on General Hospital) (born Aug. 18, 1935 – died Dec. 2, 2000; age 65). Cause of death for Gail Fisher was renal failure. (Gail Fisher 1970 Mannix Photo: Television | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)