Happy August 3rd Birthday!
If you were born on August 3, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Tony Bennett is 91 (nee Anthony Benedetto)
Nonagenarian American senior citizen, author, painter, Emmy and Grammy Award-winning singer (I Left My Heart in San Francisco; Because of You; Cold, Cold Heart; Rags to Riches; Smile; Stranger in Paradise), born August 3, 1926. (Tony Bennett 1960s Photo: City of Boston Archives | Flickr SRR)
Martin Sheen is 77 (nee Ramón Estévez)
American actor on TV (The West Wing; Grace and Frankie; The Edge of Night), movies (Apocalypse Now; The Departed; The Subject Was Roses; The Dead Zone; Gettysburg; The Cassandra Crossing), and septuagenarian senior born August 3, 1940. (Martin Sheen 1971 Dan August Screenshot)
Martha Stewart is 76 (nee Martha Kostyra)
American septuagenarian senior citizen, founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, publisher of Martha Stewart Living magazine, TV personality & host (Martha; Today; Martha Bakes), born August 3, 1941. (Martha Stewart 2006 Photo: Peter Duhon | Wikimedia CC-BY-2.0)
Beverly Lee is 76
American singer with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame girl group The Shirelles (I Met Him on a Sunday; Soldier Boy; Tonight’s The Night; Will You Love Me Tomorrow; Mama Said), and septuagenarian senior born August 3, 1941. (Beverly Lee 1962 The Shirelles Photo: Scepter Records | Wikimedia PD)
Philip Casnoff is 68
Senior citizen and American actor on stage & TV (Strong Medicine; The Edge of Night; One Life to Live; Under Suspicion; Oz; North and South; North and South, Book II; Sinatra; Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III) born August 3, 1949.
John Landis is 66
American actor, screenwriter, director, and producer (Dream On; Trading Places; Animal House; Beverly Hills Cop III; The Blues Brothers; Twilight Zone: The Movie; An American Werewolf in London), and senior citizen born August 3, 1950. (John Landis 2012 Photo: James Whatley | Flickr SRR)
Marcel Dionne is 66
Canadian senior citizen, Hockey Hall of Fame member, and retired NHL professional hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers) born August 3, 1951. (Marcel Dionne 1987 Photo: New York Rangers / NHL | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
Jay North is 66
American former child actor on TV & movies (Dennis the Menace; General Hospital; Pepe; Maya), and voice actor born August 3, 1951. (Jay North 1960 Dennis the Menace Photo: Screen Gems TV / CBS TV | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
(Photo: Sebastian Pichler)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on August 3, 2017!
Dolores del Rio (nee María de los Dolores Asúnsolo López-Negrete)
Mexican-American movie actress from 1925-1978 (What Price Glory; Ramona; Evangeline; Flying Down to Rio; Bird of Paradise; Madame Du Barry; Journey Into Fear; The Soldiers of Pancho Villa; Flaming Star) (born August 3, 1904 – died Apr. 11, 1983; age 78). Cause of death for Dolores del Rio was liver disease. (Dolores del Rio 1935 Photo: RKO Pictures | Wikimedia PD)
P. D. James (nee Phyllis Dorothy James)
English crime fiction novelist (Death Comes to Pemberley), creator of Adam Dalgliesh mysteries (Cover Her Face; A Certain Justice; The Private Patient), Cordelia Gray and other mystery novels (born August 3, 1920 – died Nov. 27, 2014; age 94). Cause of death for P.D. James is unknown. (P. D. James 2013 Photo: Benutzer / Smalltown Boy | Wikimedia PD)
Larry Haines (nee Larry Hecht)
American actor on radio (Gangbusters; That Hammer Guy; CBS Radio Mystery Theater), stage, TV (Search for Tomorrow; Another World; Loving) and in movies (The Odd Couple; The Seven-Ups) (born August 3, 1918 – died July 17, 2008; age 89). Cause of death for Larry Haines is unknown. (Larry Haines 1971 Hawk “Legacy for a Lousy Future” Screenshot)
American historical fiction novelist (Exodus; Trinity; Mila 18; Topaz; QB VII; The Haj; Mitla Pass; A God in Ruins; The Angry Hills; Battle Cry; O’Hara’s Choice) (born August 3, 1924 – died June 21, 2003; age 78). Cause of death for Leon Uris was renal failure.
American Tony Award-winning Broadway playwright, producer (The Pajama Game; Damn Yankees), composer, and songwriter solo and with Jerry Ross (Rags to Riches; Steam Heat; Whatever Lola Wants) (born August 3, 1921 – died June 21, 2012; age 90). Cause of death for Richard Adler is unknown.