Happy March 17th Birthday!
If you were born on March 17, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Octogenarian English senior citizen and actress on stage (The Sound of Music), TV and movies (Dr. No, From Russia with Love, The Revenge of Frankenstein, The Last Man to Hang, Out of the Clouds), born Mar. 17, 1928. (Eunice Gayson Photo: YouTube | Dr. No 1962)
American actor and TV show host (Musical Chairs, Mid-Morning LA, Search for Tomorrow), drummer, and singer (Ruby, The Writing on the Wall, Take Good Care of Her), and octogenarian senior citizen born Mar. 17, 1935. (Adam Wade Photo: TheAdamWade.com)
Septuagenarian senior citizen, American musician, singer-songwriter (Do You Believe in Magic, Welcome Back) and founding member of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band The Lovin’ Spoonful (Summer in the City, Nashville Cats) born Mar. 17, 1944. (John Sebastian Photo: YouTube | Nashville Cats 1966)
English photographer, model (Vogue), actress (A Hard Day’s Night) and author, formerly married to George Harrison and later Eric Clapton, inspiration for the song Layla, and septuagenarian senior citizen born Mar. 17, 1944. (Pattie Boyd Photo: YouTube | A Hard Day’s Night 1964)
American senior citizen, director and actor on TV (Step by Step, Dallas, Man from Atlantis, The Bold and the Beautiful, Lovin’ Lakin, Welcome to Sweden) and movies (You Again), born Mar. 17, 1949. (Patrick Duffy Photo: YouTube | Dallas 1986)
Canadian Anthony & Macavity Award-winning mystery novelist (Caedmon’s Song, Gallows View, Innocent Graves, In a Dry Season, Watching the Dark, and Inspector Banks series) born Mar. 17, 1950. (Peter Robinson Photo: YouTube | Hodder & Stoughton 2012)
American actor on TV (The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters, Elvis) and in movies (The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, Silkwood, Escape from New York, Backdraft, Overboard, Stargate, Miracle, Poseidon) , and senior citizen born Mar. 17, 1951. (Kurt Russell Photo: YouTube | The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes 1969)
Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on March 17, 2017!
American Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer-songwriter and founding member of Jefferson Airplane (Somebody to Love, White Rabbit) and Jefferson Starship (Runaway) (born Mar. 17, 1941 – died Jan. 28, 2016; age 74). Paul Kantner died from multiple organ failure and septic shock after a heart attack. (Paul Kantner Photo: Wikimedia Commons | Public Domain 1975)
Singer and Emmy & Tony Award-winning American Theater Hall of Fame actress on Broadway (Elaine Stritch at Liberty), TV (My Sister Eileen, 30 Rock) (born Mar. 17, 1943 – died Dec. 8, 2013; age 70). Don Mitchell died from natural causes. (Don Mitchell Photo: Wikimedia Commons | Public Domain 1968)