Happy January 3rd Birthday!
If you were born on January 3, you share a birthday with these famous seniors:
Octogenarian senior citizen and Emmy Award-winning American actor with over 170 film credits in movies (Cloak & Dagger, WarGames, 9 to 5, Where the Heart Is) and TV (Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman; Buffalo Bill, Boardwalk Empire), and voice acting (Recess) born Jan. 3, 1932. (Dabney Coleman Photo: Variety)
Canadian NHL and WHA hockey player (Chicago Black Hawks, Winnipeg Jets, Hartford Whalers) nicknamed “The Golden Jet”, Hockey Hall of Famer, and septuagenarian senior citizen born Jan. 3, 1939.
(Gordie Howe Photo: Pinterest)
Septuagenarian senior citizen, Grammy Award-winning American musician, singer, songwriter, solo artist (Love the One You’re With), former member of Buffalo Springfield (For What It’s Worth), and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, (Southern Cross) and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer born Jan. 3, 1945. (Stephen Stills Photo: Pinterest)
English Rock & Roll Hall of Fame record producer, songwriter, musician, solo artist and member of Led Zeppelin (Good Times Bad Times, Whole Lotta Love, Black Dog) born Jan. 3, 1946.
(John Paul Jones Photo: Led Zeppelin Official Forum)
Senior citizen, American businesswoman (Victoria Principal Productions, Principal Secret), author (The Body Principal), actress on TV series (Dallas, Titans) and movies (Earthquake, Blind Witness, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean) born Jan. 3, 1950. (Victoria Principal Photo: Pinterest)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on January 3, 2017!
Academy and Grammy Award-winning English composer and record producer for The Beatles (Love Me Do, Please Please Me) and nonagenarian senior citizen (born Jan. 3, 1926 – died Mar. 8, 2016; age 90). Cause of death for George Martin unknown. (George Martin Photo: Pinterest)
American director and actor in movies (Big, Jagged Edge, Scarface, Necessary Roughness) and TV (Mancuso, FBI; Wild Palms, T.H.E. Cat) with over 230 film credits (born Jan. 3, 1930 – died Dec. 4, 2015; age 85). Cause of death for Robert Loggia was complications from Alzheimer’s Disease. (Robert Loggia Photo: Pinterest)
Danish-American conductor, comedian, and pianist on stage, radio and TV, known as The Clown Prince of Denmark” (born Jan. 3, 1909 – died Dec. 23, 2000; age 91).
Cause of death for Victor Borge unknown. (Victor Borge Photo: Pinterest)
Iconic Polish actress on stage and movies from 1914-1964 (Carmen, The Wildcat, Madam Bovary, The Moon-Spinners) nee Apolonia Chlupec (born Jan. 3, 1897 – died June 7, 1987; age 91). Cause of death for Pola Negri pneumonia; she had also refused treatment for a brain tumour. (Pola Negri Photo: Pinterest)
Academy Award-winning Welsh actor in movies (The Lost Weekend, Dial M for Murder, Love Story) and television (Rich Man, Poor Man; Markham, The Ray Milland Show) with over 175 film credits (born Jan. 3, 1905 – died Apr. 8, 1986; age 65). Cause of death for Ray Milland was lung cancer. (Ray Milland Photo: Movpins)
English poet, literary translator, professor, and fantasy writer (The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings) nee John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (born Jan. 3, 1892 – died Sept. 2, 1973; age 81). Cause of death for J. R. R. Tolkien was pneumonia following treatment for a gastric ulcer (The Guardian). (J. R. R. Tolkien Photo: Pinterest)
American actress in vaudeville, radio, Broadway, movies (Blondie of the Follies, Life With Father, Francis, The Thrill of it All) and TV (The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna) nee Eliza Susan Pitts (born Jan. 3, 1894 – died June 7, 1963; age 69). Cause of death for Zasu Pitts was cancer (TCM). (Zasu Pitts Photo: Pinterest)