Happy March 12th Birthday!
If you were born on March 12, you share a birthday with these famous people:
American octogenarian senior citizen, model, writer, singer and actress on stage and TV (Get Smart) and movies (Fitzwilly; Smile; No Deposit, No Return, The Last Request), born Mar. 12, 1933. (Barbara Feldon Photo: YouTube | Get Smart)
Septuagenarian senior citizen, American and International Motorsports Hall of Fame NASCAR race car driver, and 3-time winner of the Indianapolis 500 (1974, 1975, 1980) born Mar. 12, 1938. (Johnny Rutherford Photo: YouTube | Carquest Auto Parts Commercial 1978 )
American Tony, Emmy, Grammy and Academy Award-winning singer-actress (Arrested Development, Flora the Red Menace, Cabaret; Charlie Bubbles; Lucky Lady; New York, New York; Arthur), and senior citizen born Mar. 12, 1946. (Liza Minnelli Photo: YouTube | Charlie Bubbles 1967)
Prolific American actor (The Trouble With Girls, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, How to Frame a Figg), voice actor (Inspector Gadget, Scooby Doo, The Smurfs, The Transformers) and septuagenarian senior born Mar. 12, 1946. (Frank Welker Photo: YouTube | The Many Voices of Frank Welker)
American senior citizen and Grammy Award-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer-songwriter (Fire and Rain, You’ve Got a Friend, How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You) born Mar. 12, 1948. (James Taylor Photo: YouTube | Two-Lane Blacktop 1978)
American child actor and actor on TV (Lassie, The New Lassie) and in movies (Lassie’s Great Adventure, This Property is Condemned, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes) born Mar. 12, 1950.
(John Provost Photo: Lassie | 1959)
Grammy Award-winning American jazz musician, singer (Moonlighting theme, Breakin’ Away, We’re in This Love Together) (born Mar. 12, 1940 – died Feb. 12, 2017; age 76). Cause of death for Al Jarreau was respiratory failure. (Al Jarreau Photo: YouTube | Talk About Music With Lich)
Tony Award-winning and Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Sandbox, The Zoo Story) (born Mar. 12, 1928 – died Sept. 16, 2016; age 88). Edward Albee’s cause of death has not been given. (Edward Albee Photo: YouTube | CUNY Television Spotlight 1989)