Happy April 8th Birthday!
If you were born on April 8, you share a birthday with these famous people:
American nonagenarian senior citizen, comedian and actor on TV (The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, The Funniest Joke I Ever Heard) and in movies (The Love Machine, Tony Rome, Splash), born Apr. 8, 1926. (Shecky Greene Photo: YouTube | The Funniest Joke I Ever Heard 1984)
Retired actor in movies (Tammy Tell Me True, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Psycho, Midnight Lace, Imitation of Life, Romanoff and Juliet, Spartacus), U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, and nonagenarian senior citizen born Apr. 8, 1931. ( Photo: YouTube | Imitation of Life 1959)
Septugenarian senior citizen and retired American singer with Vocal Group Hall of Fame singers The Lennon Sisters (Tonight, You Belong To Me; Sad Movies Make Me Cry) born Apr. 8, 1941. (Peggy Lennon Photo: YouTube | The Lawrence Welk Show 1967)
American character and voice actor on TV (Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher; Knots Landing, Dinosaurs), movies (The Dirt Bike Kid, Arachnophobia, Fatal Attraction, Love at Stake, Congo), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Apr. 8, 1946. (Stuart Pankin Photo: YouTube | The Dirt Bike Kid 1985)
Septuagenarian American senior citizen, and actor on TV (The Two of Us, Land’s End, Sirens) and in movies (Trancers, Car Wash, Fade to Black, Uncommon Valor, Who’s Harry Crumb?) born Apr. 8, 1946. (Tim Thomerson Photo: YouTube | Car Wash 1976)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on April 8, 2017!
Irish actor on TV (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, Secrets & Mysteries, Knight Rider, The Adventures of Robin Hood) and movies (Von Ryan’s Express, Our Man Flint, Caprice, Out to Sea) (born Apr. 8, 1923 – died May 24, 1997; age 74). Cause of death for Edward Mulhare was lung cancer. (Edward Mulhare Photo: YouTube | The Ghost and Mrs. Muir 1968)
“America’s Sweetheart” was an Academy Award-winning Canadian-American producer (co-founder United Artists) and actress (Coquette, The Poor Little Rich Girl) (born Apr. 8, 1892 – died May 29, 1979; age 87). Mary Pickford had a cerebral hemorrhage a week before she died. (Mary Pickford Photo: YouTube | Coquette 1929)