Happy January 21st Birthday!
If you were born on January 21, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Septuagenarian senior citizen and American professional golfer “The Golden Bear”, multiple winner of golf championships (Masters Tournament, U.S. Open, Open Championship, PGA Championship) born Jan. 21, 1940. (Jack Nicklaus Photo: YouTube)
Spanish-Mexican opera conductor and multilingual tenor opera singer, Grammy Award-winning pop singer, and septuagenarian senior citizen born Jan. 21, 1941.
(Placido Domingo Photo: Amirite)
Septuagenarian American actor (North Dallas Forty), country music songwriter (In the Ghetto, A Little Less Conversation), and singer (Baby, Don’t Get Hooked on Me, Stop and Smell The Roses) born Jan. 21, 1942. (Mac Davis Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
Jill Eikenberry is 70 – American actress on stage, television (L. A. Law), and movies (Hide in Plain Sight, Arthur), and new septuagenarian senior citizen born Jan. 21, 1947.
(Jill Eikenberry Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
Trinidadian-English Grammy Award-winning R&B singer-songwriter (Caribbean Queen, There’ll Be Sad Songs To Make You Cry) and senior citizen nee Leslie Sebastian Charles, born Jan. 21, 1950. (Billy Ocean Photo: Amazon)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on January 21, 2016!
American singer and Academy Award-winning actor in movies (Birdman of Alcatraz, The Dirty Dozen, Kelly’s Heroes) and TV (Kojak) (born Jan. 21, 1922 – died Jan. 22, 1994; age 72). Cause of death for Telly Savalas was bladder and prostate cancer. (Telly Savalas Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
American philanthropist, author, professional bodybuilder (Mr. Universe 1950), stuntman and actor (Athena, Hercules) (born Jan. 21, 1926 – died May 1, 2000; age 74). Cause of death for Steve Reeves was a blood clot two days after surgery. (Steve Reeves Photo: CinemaRetro)
German-American founder of The Great Wallendas, trapeze and high wire stunt and circus artist (born Jan. 21, 1905 – died Mar. 22, 1978; age 73). Karl Wallenda fell to his death while performing a high-wire walk between two 10-story towers. (Karl Wallenda Photo: Pinterest)
English slapstick comedian and actor on TV (The Benny Hill Show) and movies (Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) (born Jan. 21, 1924 – died Apr. 20, 1992; age 68). Cause of death for Benny Hill was coronary thrombosis a couple of months after suffering a heart attack and being diagnosed with kidney failure. (Benny Hill Photo: IMDb)