Happy July 4th Birthday!
If you were born on July 4, you share an American Independence Day birthday with these famous people:
Eva Marie Saint is 93
American actress in movies (That Certain Feeling; A Hatful of Rain; Raintree County; North by Northwest; The Sandpiper; Grand Prix), TV (How the West Was Won), and nonagenarian senior citizen born July 4, 1924. (Eva Marie Saint 1980 Photo: pixabay | Public Domain)
Neil Simon is 90
New nonagenarian senior citizen, Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award-winning American playwright, screenwriter for TV and movies (Your Show of Shows; The Phil Silvers Show; Barefoot in the Park; The Odd Couple; Lost in Yonkers), born July 4, 1927. (Neil Simon 1982 Photo: AP | Wikimedia PD)
Gina Lollobrigida is 90 (nee Luigina Lollobrigida)
Italian photojournalist (Paul Newman; Fidel Castro), 50’s & 60’s sex symbol, actress (Miss Italia; Trapeze; The Hunchback of Notre Dame; Solomon and Sheba; Come September; Dynasty) and new nonagenarian senior (born July 4, 1927). (Gina Lollobrigida 1965 Photo: Chiara Samugheo | Wikimedia PD)
Bill Withers is 79
American septuagenarian senior citizen, musician, and Grammy Award-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame songwriter and singer (Ain’t No Sunshine; Lean on Me; Use Me; Just the Two of Us; In the Name of Love), born July 4, 1938. (Bill Withers 1976 Photo: Columbia Records | Wikimedia PD)
Ed Bernard is 78
American actor on TV (Police Woman; The White Shadow; Hardcastle and McCormick), movies (Shaft; Under Cover), and septuagenarian senior citizen born July 4, 1939.
Geraldo Rivera is 74
American lawyer, author, Peabody Award-winning TV reporter and talk show host (Eyewitness News; Good Night America; The Five; Geraldo; Rivera Live; Geraldo at Large), and septuagenarian senior citizen born July 4, 1943. (Geraldo Rivera 1970s Photo: ABC Television | Wikimedia / Public Domain)
(Photo: Daniela Cuevas)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on July 4, 2017!
American actress in movies (The All-American; Air Mail; The Invisible Man; Beloved; Gold Diggers of 1935; My Favorite Year; Wildcats; Titanic; The Love Letter; The Million Dollar Hotel) (born July 4, 1910 – died Sept. 26, 2010; age 100). Gloria Stuart had lung cancer and died of respiratory failure. (Gloria Stuart 1931 Photo: Freulich | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
Singer and actress on TV (Search for Tomorrow; One Life to Live; Guiding Light) and movies (Father Makes Good; Leave it to Henry; Henry, the Rainmaker; Triple Threat; The Big Punch) (born July 4, 1926 – died July 17, 2002; age 89). Mary Stuart had cancer and died after a stroke. (Mary Stuart 1955 Photo: CBS Television | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
American musician, oboe player, orchestra conductor and TV host (Sing Along With Mitch), record producer, head of A&R at Mercury Records and Columbia Records (born July 4, 1911 – died July 31, 2010; age 99). Cause of death for Mitch Miller is unknown. (Mitch Miller 1940 Photo: Delar | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
Abigail Van Buren / Pauline “Popo” Phillips (nee Pauline Esther Friedman)
American radio show host, author, and newspaper advice columnist (Dear Abby), twin sister of Eppie Lederer (born July 4, 1918 – died Jan. 16, 2013; age 94). Pauline Phillips had Alzheimer’s Disease for 11 years before her death. (Pauline Phillips 1961 Photo: Easter Seals | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
Ann Landers / Eppie Lederer (nee Esther Pauline Friedman)
American newspaper advice columnist (Ask Ann Landers), twin sister of Pauline Phillips (born July 4, 1918 – died June 22, 2002; age 83). Cause of death for Eppie Lederer was multiple myeloma. (Eppie Lederer 1961 Photo: Fred Palumbo | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)