Happy May 4th Birthday!
If you were born on May 4, you share a birthday with these famous people:
Betsy Rawls is 89
American octogenarian senior citizen, retired LPGA professional golfer with 55 LPGA Tour wins and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, born May 4, 1928.
Susan Brown is 85
American actress on stage, TV (Mariah), and daytime soap operas (From These Roots; The Young Marrieds; Bright Promise; Return to Peyton Place; General Hospital; Santa Barbara), born May 4, 1932. (Susan Brown 1975 Photo: Wikimedia / Public Domain)
Robin Cook is 77 (nee Robert Brian Cook)
American doctor and best-selling medical thriller novelist (Coma; Outbreak; Vital Signs; Blindsight and Jack Stapleton/Laurie Montgomery series), former aquanaut with the U.S. Navy, and septuagenarian senior citizen born May 4, 1940. (Robin Cook 2008 Photo: Patryk Korzeniecki | Wikimedia CC 3.0)
Richard Jenkins is 70
New septuagenarian senior citizen and Emmy Award-winning American actor on stage, TV (Six Feet Under) & movies (Silverado; The Manhattan Project; The Witches of Eastwick; Stealing Home; Sea of Love; Absolute Power), born May 4, 1947. (Richard Jenkins 2011 Photo: Piotr Drabik | Flickr SRR)
Jackie Jackson is 66 (nee Sigmund Jackson)
American record producer, session musician, songwriter, and tenor singer solo (Stay) and with The Jackson 5 (I Want You Back; ABC; Can You Feel It), and senior citizen born May 4, 1951. (Jackie Jackson 1969 Photo: Bernie Ilson Inc. PR eBay | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain)
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Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on May 4, 2017!
American actor on TV (All My Children; Another Life; One West Waikiki) and movies (Little Laura and Big John; The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper; Trading Places; The Breakfast Club; Die Hard) (born May 4, 1939 – died May 27, 2006; age 67). Cause of death for Paul Gleason was lung cancer. (Paul Gleason 1973 Photo: Little Laura and Big John movie trailer | Internet Archive / PD)
American R&B singer-songwriter with his wife Valerie Simpson (Ashford & Simpson – Solid), co-producer and songwriter for Motown (Let’s Go Get Stoned; Ain’t No Mountain High Enough; Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing) (born May 4, 1941 – died Aug. 22, 2011; age 70). Nickolas Ashford had throat cancer before his death.