Happy January 20th Birthday!
If you were born on January 20, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Arte Johnson is 88
American voice and character actor in movies (That Funny Feeling, Love at First Bite), TV (Don’t Call Me Charlie; Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In; Glitter; General Hospital), game shows (The Hollywood Squares), and octogenarian senior born Jan. 20, 1929. (Arte Johnson 1965 Make Room For Daddy)
American engineer, WWII jet fighter pilot, Apollo 11 astronaut, author (Reaching for the Moon, 2005) and septuagenarian senior citizen nee Edwin Aldrin Jr. born Jan. 20, 1930.
(Buzz Aldrin Photo: Our Role Models)
American painter, musician, photographer, screenwriter, producer, director for television (Twin Peaks) and movies (The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive), and septuagenarian senior citizen born Jan. 20, 1946. (David Lynch Photo: DFILES)
Brazilian-American actor on stage (Sunset Boulevard), television (Murder One, The Agency, NYPD Blue, General Hospital), movies (A View to a Kill, Murder at 1600), and senior citizen born Jan. 20, 1950. (Daniel Benzali Photo: How Old Was)
New senior citizen, American musician, singer-actor on stage (The Phantom of the Opera) and singer-songwriter solo artist and with Kiss (Shout It Out Loud, Detroit Rock City, I Was Made for Lovin’ You) born Jan. 20, 1952. (Paul Stanley Photo: Pinterest)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on January 20, 2016!
American poet, singer, screenwriter, and actor on TV (Star Trek) and movies (Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Star Trek movies) (born Jan. 20, 1920 – died June 11, 1999; age 79). Cause of death for DeForest Kelley was stomach cancer. (DeForest Kelley Photo: TREKNEWS.NET)
Tony and Academy Award-winning American actress on stage (Another Part of the Forest), TV (The Homecoming: A Christmas Story), and in the movies (Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Hud, The Subject Was Roses) (born Jan. 20, 1926 – Aug. 8, 2010; age 84). Cause of death for Patricia Neal was lung cancer. (Patricia Neal Photo: Pinterest)
American comedian, singer, writer, and Academy Award-winning actor in vaudeville, radio, movies (The Sunshine Boys; Oh, God!, 18 Again!), and TV (The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, The George Burns Show) (born Jan. 20, 1896 – died Mar. 9, 1996; age 100). Cause of death for George Burns was cardiac arrest. (George Burns Photo: Pinterest | PDX Retro)
American actor in film (Jamboree!) and country music and western singer (Indian Love Call, Keep it a Secret, Rose Marie, Secret Love) (born Jan. 20, 1923 – died June 19, 2013; age 90). Cause of death for Slim Whitman was heart failure. (Slim Whitman Photo: Jamboree! 1957)
Austrian-Hungarian artist, best-selling biographical author (Born Free, Elsa: The Story of a Lioness, Pippa: The Cheetah and Her Cubs), wildlife conservationist and naturalist (born Jan. 20, 1910 – died Jan. 3, 1980; age 69). Joy Adamson was murdered at the Shaba National Reserve by a young worker that had been let go. (Joy Adamson and Elsa Photo: Pinterest)
Italian artist, writer, and multiple Academy Award-winning movie screenwriter and director (La Dolce Vita, Amarcord, 8 1/2, Fellini’s Casanova) (born Jan. 20, 1920 – died Oct. 31, 1993; age 73). Cause of death for Federico Fellini was a stroke. (Federico Fellini Photo: Walter Film)
American comedian, dancer, singer, and actress in movies (The Bonnie Parker Story, That Darn Cat!) and TV (The Alaskans, The Roaring 20’s) (born Jan. 20, 1935 – died Apr. 25, 2010; age 75). Cause of death for Dorothy Parker was emphysema. (Dorothy Provine Photo: Le blog du West)