Happy August 9th Birthday!
If you were born on August 9, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Bob Cousey is 89
Retired octogenarian American senior, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame professional basketball player (Boston Celtics; Cincinnati Royals) and NBA coach (Boston College; Cincinnati Royals), born August 9, 1928. (Bob Cousey 1950s Photo: Sport Magazine Archives | Wikimedia PD)
Cynthia Harris is 83
American actor on TV (Mad About You; All My Children; Sirota’s Court; Husbands, Wives & Lovers; L.A. Law; Ann Jillian), movies (I Do & I Don’t; 3 Men and a Baby), and octogenarian senior citizen born August 9, 1934. (Cynthia Harris 1976 Sirota’s Court Photo: NBC TV | Wikimedia PD)
Rod Laver is 79
Australian septuagenarian senior citizen, International Tennis Hall of Fame retired world #1 men’s tennis player (1964-1970), winner of 200 men’s singles titles and multiple Open ad Grand Slam titles, born August 9, 1938. (Rod Laver 1963 To Tell The Truth Screenshot)
Sam Elliott is 73
American actor on TV (Mission: Impossible; Once An Eagle; The Sacketts; The Ranch), movies (Mask; Prancer; Lifeguard; Road House; Tombstone; Gettysburg; The Golden Compass), and septuagenarian senior born August 9, 1944. (Sam Elliott 2012 Photo: The National Infantry Museum | Flickr SRR)
Jonathan Kellerman is 68
American senior citizen, psychologist, non-fiction author (Helping the Fearful Child), and crime fiction novelist (When the Bough Breaks, Blood Test, Monster and Alex Delaware series; Billy Straight and Petra Connor series) born August 9, 1949.
(Photo: Tomas Sobek)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on August 9, 2017!
Beverlee McKinsey (nee Beverlee Magruder)
American actress on TV as Iris Wheeler Cory Carrington (Another World & Texas); Alexandra Spaulding von Halkien Thorpe (Guiding Light); Martha Donnelly / Julie Richards (Love is a Many Splendored Thing) (born Aug. 9, 1935 – died May 2, 2008; age 72). Beverlee McKinsey died after a kidney transplant. (Beverlee McKinsey 1965 Seaway Screenshot)
American science fiction and comic magazine editor, short story writer & novelist (Marvel Science Stories; Atlas Comics; Flowers for Algernon), and creative writing professor born Aug. 9, 1927 – died June 15, 2014; age 86). Cause of death for Daniel Keyes was pneumonia complications. (Daniel Keyes 1970 Photo: Ohio University)