Happy March 18th Birthday!
If you were born on March 18, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Nobel Peace Prize-winning civil rights supporter, South African State President (1989-1994) and octogenarian senior citizen born Mar. 18, 1936.
(F. W. de Klerk Photo: YouTube | SABC Digital News)
American former pitcher for the Negro American League, part-owner of the Texas Ranger MLB team, musician, Grammy Award-winning country music singer (Kiss An Angel Good Mornin’), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Mar. 18, 1934. (Charley Pride Photo: YouTube | Hee Haw 1969)
Octogenarian American senior citizen, former pianist, model, actress on TV and in movies (Li’l Abner, The Manchurian Candidate, For Love or Money, Sex and the Single Girl, Crash!), environmentalist and civil rights activist born Mar. 18, 1935. (Leslie Parrish Photo: YouTube | Mannix 1968)
American actor in movies (Midway, All Night Long, Crash Landing, Dark Power) on stage and TV (Knots Landing, Kojak, Days of Our Lives, One Life to Live, F/X: The Series) and septuagenarian senior citizen born Mar. 18, 1943. (Kevin Dobson Photo: YouTube | Kojak 1973)
Canadian actress, screenwriter, fiction suspense writer and mystery novelist (Kiss Mommy Goodbye, See Jane Run Charley’s Web, Now You See Her, The Deep End, Missing Pieces, Lost, Still Life, Someone is Watching) born Mar. 18, 1945. (Joy Fielding Photo: Pinterest)
American senior citizen, prolific voice and character actor on stage, TV (Deadwood, Escape to Witch Mountain, Wild Palms), and movies (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Blue Velvet, Child’s Play, Eyes of Laura Mars, Mississippi Burning) born Mar. 18, 1950. (Brad Dourif Photo: YouTube | One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest 1975 )
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on March 18, 2017!
Former Hollywood publicist, and prolific American political thriller novelist (The Manchurian Candidate, Prizzi’s Honor, Bandicoot, Winter Kills) (born Mar. 18, 1915 – died Apr. 9, 1996; age 81). Cause of death for Richard Condon is unknown. (Richard Condon Photo: Citizendium / Bandicoot 1979)
American short story writer, poet, literary critic, and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist (Rabbit at Rest; Rabbit is Rich; The Witches of Eastwick) (born Mar. 18, 1932 – died Jan. 27, 2009; age 76). John Updike’s cause of death was lung cancer. (John Updike Photo: YouTube | Charlie Rose Interview 1995)
Peter Graves (nee Peter Duesler Aurness)
American actor in movies (Stalag 17; Airplane!; Texas Across the River; The Long Gray Line) and TV (Fury; Whiplash; Court Martial; Mission: Impossible; The Winds of War; 7th Heaven) (born Mar. 18, 1926 – died Mar. 14, 2010; age 83). Peter Graves died from a heart attack. (Peter Graves 1967 Photo: Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
American literary editor, sports journalist, actor (Volunteers, Good Will Hunting), sometimes sportsman, and writer (Paper Lion), born Mar. 18, 1927 – died Sept. 25, 2003; age 76). George Plimpton died from a heart attack. (George Plimpton Photo: YouTube | Good Will Hunting 1997)