Happy June 13th Birthday!
If you were born on June 13, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Malcolm McDowell is 74
English septuagenarian senior citizen and actor on TV (Heroes; Entourage; Franklin & Bash) & movies (A Clockwork Orange; Royal Flash; Voyage of the Damned; Time After Time; Cat People; Star Trek: Generations) born June 13, 1943. (Malcolm McDowell 2011 Photo: Georges Biard | Wikimedia CC 3.0)
Dennis Locorriere is 68
American singer, songwriter, guitar player, session musician, founding member of rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show (Sylvia’s Mother; The Cover of Rolling Stone; Sharing the Night Together; When You’re in Love with a Beautiful Woman), and senior citizen born June 13, 1949.
Richard Thomas is 66
American actor in movies and on TV (The Waltons; The Edge of Night; As the World Turns; From These Roots; The Adventures of Swiss Family Robinson; The Americans), and senior citizen born June 13, 1951. (Richard Thomas 1973 The Waltons Photo: CBS Television | Wikimedia / PD)
Stellan Skarsgård is 66
Swedish senior citizen, character actor in movies (Good Will Hunting; Amistad; Ronin; The Glass House, Pirates of the Caribbean movies; Mamma Mia!; The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) born June 13, 1951. (Stellan Skarsgård 2009 Photo: Jonas Nilsson / Daniel Case | Wikimedia CC 2.0)
Mike Weaver is 66
Retired American professional boxer, former WBA heavyweight title holder from 1980-1982, and senior citizen born June 13, 1951.
(Photo: Ethan Robertson)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on June 13, 2017!
World champion American rodeo cowboy, Academy Award-winning actor (Wagon Master; Rio Grande; Wild Stallion; War Drums; Fort Bowie; The Undefeated; The Last Picture Show; Chisum; Breakheart Pass; Grayeagle) (born June 13, 1918 – died Apr. 8, 1996; age 77). Ben Johnson died of a heart attack. (Ben Johnson 1950 Wagon Master Photo: RKO Radio)
Basil Rathbone (nee Philip St. John Basil Rathbone)
South African-English Shakespearean stage actor, actor on TV and in movies (The School for Scandal; David Copperfield; The Hound of the Baskervilles; The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Frenchman’s Creek) (born June 13, 1892 – died July 17, 1967; age 75). Basil Rathbone died of a heart attack. (Basil Rathbone 1939 The Hound of the Baskervilles Screenshot)
Mary Wickes (nee Mary Isabella Wickenhauser)
American actress on TV (The Halls of Ivy; Make Room for Daddy; Doc; Father Dowling Mysteries) and in movies (White Christmas; The Trouble With Angels; Sister Act) (born June 13, 1910 – died Oct. 22, 1995; age 85). Mary Wickes had breast cancer before dying of complications from surgery. (Mary Wickes 1976 Doc Photo: CBS Television | Wikimedia / PD)
John Forbes Nash Jr.
American 1994 Economic Sciences Nobel Prize-winner, mathematician (game theory; partial differential equations; differential geometry), & inspiration for the book and movie A Beautiful Mind (2001) born June 13, 1928 – died May 23, 2015; age 86). John Forbes Nash Jr. was killed in a car crash. (John Forbes Nash Jr. 2006 Photo: Elke Wetzig (Elya) | Wikimedia CC 3.0)
Finnish Olympic athlete, middle and long-distance setter of 22 world records, winner of 9 Olympic Games gold medals (1920, 1924, 1928), running trainer, coach, and businessman (born June 13, 1897 – died Oct. 2, 1973; age 76). Paavo Nurmi had a heart attack and stroke before he died. (Paavo Nurmi 1924 Photo: Wikimedia / D)
Harold “Red” Grange (“The Galloping Ghost”)
American charter member of both the College and Pro Football Hall of Fame, NFL football player (Chicago Bears; New York Yankees), 3-time All American (born June 13, 1903 – died Jan. 28, 1991; age 87). Red Grange had Parkinson’s Disease the year before he died. ( Harold Grange 1925 Photo: Library of Congress | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
American radio broadcaster, music DJ, and MLB baseball sports radio broadcaster “Voice of the Toronto Blue Jays” from 1977-2004, and broadcast team member for ABC Sports (1980 and 1984 Winter Olympics) (born June 13, 1939– died 2005; age 66). Tom Cheek had a brain tumor before he died.
American record producer, songwriter, R&B and soul singer of the Top 5 hit singles Do You Want to Dance (1958) and C’mon and Swim (1964) (born June 13, 1940 – died Jan. 23, 2017 age 76). Bobby Freeman died of natural causes.