Happy March 2nd Birthday!
If you were born on March 2, you share a birthday with these famous people:
American Tony Award-winning singer-actor on stage (Shenandoah), TV (The Edge of Night, One Life to Live, Northern Exposure, To Have & to Hold, ER), movies (Hawaii, 1776, Sweet Country), and octogenarian senior citizen born Mar. 2, 1930. (John Cullum Photo: YouTube | Northern Exposure 1992)
Octogenarian senior citizen, American journalist (The Washington Post, New York Herald Tribune), non-fiction author (The Right Stuff, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test), and novelist (The Bonfire of the Vanities) born Mar. 2, 1931. (Tom Wolfe Photo: YouTube | 1996 Interview | Manufacturing Intellect)
Prolific American actress on stage (South Pacific), TV (Zorro, Sunset Beach) and movies (Five Weeks in a Balloon, Mail Order Bride, Che!, The Concrete Jungle), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Mar. 2, 1939. (BarBara Luna Photo: YouTube | Star Trek 1967)
Septuagenarian American senior citizen, novelist and screenwriter (The World According to Garp, The Hotel New Hampshire, The Cider House Rules, A Prayer for Owen Meany) born Mar. 2, 1942. (John Irving Photo: YouTube | 1998 Interview | Manufacturing Intellect)
American poet, fantasy-horror novelist (Koko, Ghost Story, The Talisman, In the Night Room, If You Could See Me Now), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Mar. 2, 1943. (Peter Straub Photo: YouTube | 2010 National Book Festival | Library of Congress)
Canadian actor on stage and TV (Dynasty, Ryan’s Hope, Santa Barbara, The Young and the Restless, Passions, Sunset Beach, Days of Our Lives), and septuagenarian senior born Mar. 2, 1945. (Gordon Thomson Photo: YouTube | 1985 People’s Choice Awards)
American senior citizen, comedian, voice artist (As Told by Ginger, Wall-E, Up, Dawn of the Croods), writer, and actress on TV (Saturday Night Live, Histeria!, 7th Heaven) and movies (American Hot Wax, Wholly Moses!, Coneheads, The Flintstones, Jingle All the Way, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, I’m Losing You, The Flunky) born Mar. 2, 1952.
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on March 2, 2017!
Jennifer Jones (nee Phylis Isley)
Academy Award-winning American movie actress (The Song of Bernadette, Love is a Many-Splendored Thing, Tender is the Night) (born Mar. 2, 1919 – died Dec. 17, 2009; age 90). Jennifer Jones died from natural causes. (Jennifer Jones Photo: YouTube | Duel in the Sun 1946)
Cuban-American bandleader, musician, TV producer (The Ann Sothern Show, The Mothers-in-Law), writer, director, and actor (I Love Lucy; The Long, Long Trailer; Forever, Darling) (born Mar. 2, 1917 – died Dec. 2, 1986; age 69). Desi Arnaz died from lung cancer. (Desi Arnaz Photo: YouTube | Forever Darling 1956)
American Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer-songwriter (Walk on the Wild Side, Sweet Jane) and musician solo and with The Velvet Underground (born Mar. 2, 1942 – died Oct. 27, 2013; age 71). Cause of death for Lou Reed was liver disease. (Lou Reed Photo: YouTube | Capitol Theatre Concert 1984)
American cartoonist, artist, and children’s book writer (Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, How the Grinch Stole Christmas) (born Mar. 2, 1904 – died Sept. 14, 1991; age 87). Cause of death for Dr. Seuss was oral cancer. (Dr. Seuss Photo: YouTube | To Tell the Truth)
Canadian director and character actor on radio, stage, TV (King of Kensington, Cagney & Lacey) and film (The Hurricane, The Assignment, Mob Story, Malarek, Wild Horse Hank), and septuagenarian senior (born Mar. 2, 1935 – died Jan. 18, 2001; age 65). Al Waxman died during heart bypass surgery. (Al Waxman Photo: YouTube | Malarek 1988)
American actor and director for theater and movies (The Long, Hot Summer; Hud; Hombre’ Sounder; Norma Rae; Cross Creek; Murphy’s Romance; Stanley & Iris) (born Mar. 2, 1914 – died December 8 1990; age 76). Cause of death for Martin Ritt was heart disease. ( Martin Ritt Photo: YouTube | The Slugger’s Wife 1985)