Happy June 2nd Birthday!
If you were born on June 2, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Sally Kellerman is 80
New octogenarian senior citizen and American singer-actress in movies (MASH; Brewster McCloud; The Last of the Red Hot Lovers; The Player; Lost Horizon; Back to School), born June 2, 1937. (Sally Kellerman 1965 12 O’Clock High Photo: Series in Public Domain)
Stacy Keach Jr. is 76
American septuagenarian senior and actor in movies (The New Centurions; Gray Lady Down; The Long Riders) and on TV (The New Mike Hammer; Mike Hammer, Private Eye; Titus; Prison Break) (born June 2, 1941). (Stacy Keach 1983 Photo: CBS Television | Wikimedia PD)
Charlie Watts is 76
English jazz musician (The Charlie Watts Quintet) and drummer for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band The Rolling Stones (It’s All Over Now; The Last Time; Satisfaction; Get Off of My Cloud), septuagenarian senior citizen born June 2, 1941. (Photo: Siebbi | Flickr SRR)
Otis Williams is 76 (nee Otis Miles Jr.; “Big Daddy”)
Septuagenarian American senior citizen, songwriter, singer and founding member of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame vocal group The Temptations (My Girl;I Can’t Get Next to You; Just My Imagination; Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone) born June 2, 1941. (Otis Williams 1968 Photo: Motown Records | Wikimedia PD)
Maree Cheatham is 75
American character actress on TV (General Hospital; Search for Tomorrow; Knots Landing; Days of Our Lives) and film (The Wedding Singer; A Night at the Roxbury; The Bachelor; America’s Sweethearts), and septuagenarian senior citizen born June 2, 1942.
Charles Haid is 74
Septuagenarian American director (NYPD Blue; Nip/Tuck; ER; Criminal Minds) and actor on TV (Delvecchio; Hill Street Blues; Third Watch) and movies (The Choirboys; Altered States) born June 2, 1943.
Jerry Mathers is 69 (nee Gerald Mathers)
American former child actor in movies (The Trouble With Harry; That Certain Feeling), TV (Leave it to Beaver; The New Leave it to Beaver), and senior citizen born June 2, 1948. (Jerry Mathers 1958 Leave It to Beaver Photo: ABC Television | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
Larry Robinson is 66
Canadian senior citizen, former NHL Hockey Hall of Fame hockey player (Montreal Canadiens, Los Angeles Kings) and NHL coach (New Jersey Devils, Los Angeles Kings) born June 2, 1951. (Larry Robinson 2008 Photo: Horge | Wikimedia CC 3.0)
(Photo: Garrett Carroll)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on June 2, 2017!
Johnny Weissmuller (nee Johann Peter Weißmüller)
Hungarian-American childhood polio survivor, 5-time Olympic gold medal swimmer (1924 & 1928), and actor (Tarzan the Ape Man & Tarzan movies; Jungle Jim movies and TV series) (born June 2, 1904 – died Jan. 20, 1984; age 79). Cause of death for Johnny Weissmuller was pulmonary edema. (Johnny Weissmuller 1942 Photo: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer | Wikimedia / PD)
American actor on TV (The Swift Show) and movies (Niagara; Dangerous Crossing; Indestructible Man; Bus Stop; My Six Loves; Move Over, Darling) (born June 2, 1917 – died July 30, 2000; age 83). Max Shoalter died of cancer. (Max Showalter 1961 Stagecoach West Photo: TV series in Public Domain)
Grammy, Tony, Emmy, and Academy Award-winning American conductor, composer (The Way We Were; Nobody Does It Better), and winner of the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for Drama (A Chorus Line) (born June 2, 1944 – died Aug. 6, 2012; age 68). Marvin Hamlisch died of respiratory arrest. (Marvin Hamlisch 1989 Photo: Alan Light | Flickr SRR)
Canadian journalist (Brantford Expositor; The Globe and Mail), magazine writer (Maclean’s), CBC TV journalist & host (The Fraynes; In Touch), social and human rights activist (born June 2, 1924 – died Apr. 14, 2007; age 82). June Callwood died of cancer. (June Callwood 1977 Canadian Living Photo: Jamie | Flickr SRR)
African-American World Golf Hall of Fame golfer, winner of the 1975 PGA Seniors Championship, and the first black pro golfer on the PGA tour (born June 2, 1922 – died Feb. 3, 2015; age 92). Charlie Sifford had a stroke a month before his death. (Charlie Sifford 1961 Photo: Unknown | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
Irish actor on stage, TV (Me Mammy; QB VII), and movies (Carry On Cabby; Romeo and Juliet; The Angel Levine; The Verdict; The Purple Rose of Cairo; Only the Lonely) (born June 2, 1926 – died Apr. 2, 2013; age 86). Cause of death for Milo O’Shea is unknown. (Milo O’Shea 1967 Ulysses Photo: Unknown | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
American R&B doo-wop singer and found member of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame groups The Dells (Oh What a Night; Stay in My Corner) and The Flamingos (Golden Teardrops; I’ll Be Home) (born June 2, 1934 – died Aug. 21, 2009; age 75). Cause of death for Johnny Carter was lung cancer. (Johnny Carter 1967 Photo: Cadet Records | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
American tap-dancer, R&B falsetto singer, and songwriter (Handy Man; Good Timin’) (born June 2, 1937 – died Aug. 2, 2012; age 75). Cause of death for Jimmy Jones is unknown. (Jimmy Jones 1960s Photo: Unknown | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)