Golf Great Arnold Palmer Born On This Date In 1929


Kate Burton is 65 (“Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal”)

Colin Firth is 62 (“Pride & Prejudice,” “Shakespeare In Love,” “Love Actually,” “Bridget Jones’s Diary”)

Amy Irving is 69 (“Carrie,” “Micki & Maude,” “Yentl,” “Crossing Delancey,” “Yentl,” “Tuck Everlasting”)

Eddy Martin is 32 (“Glee,” “Just Jordan”)

Ryan Phillippe is 48 (“I Know What You Did Last Summer,” “Crash,” “One Life To Live“)

Luke Treadaway is 38 (“Clash of the Titans,” “Wasteland,” “Get Lucky”)

Daniel Wisler is 42 (“The Unit,” “Sea Beast”)

Jacob Young is 43 (“All My Children,” “The Bold and the Beautiful”)

The late actor Ian Fleming (not the James Bond creator) (1888-1969) (“Waterloo Road”) 


Bush’s Robin Goodridge is 56

Big Daddy Kane is 54 (Born Antonio Hard, he rose to fame as part of the Juice Crew)

Aerosmith’s Joe Perry is 72

My Chemical Romance’s Mikey Way is 42


TV personality Bill O’Reilly is 73

Director Guy Ritchie is 54 (“Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels,” “Snatch,” “Revolver,” “Sherlock Holmes” series)

The late adventurer Maxie Anderson(born Max Leroy Anderson) (1934 – 1983)…he would have been 88 (He was responsible for the first nonstop balloon crossing of the Atlantic Ocean and of the United States)

The late newsman Charles Kuralt (1934-1997) …he would have been 88

The late fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld (1933 – 2019)…he would have been 89

The late baseball star Roger Maris (1934-1985) …he would have been 88 (FAST FACTS: He was an American League All-Star from 1959 through 1962, an AL Most Valuable Player in 1960 and 1961, and an AL Gold Glove Award winner in 1960. Maris appeared in seven World Series, five as a member of the Yankees and two with the Cardinals.)

The late golf legend Arnold Palmer (1929-2016) …he would have been 93 (FAST FACT: He gained a reputation for drinking a mixture of iced tea and lemonade. Years later, the mixture became a mass-produced beverage under his name. Nicknamed "The King," he’s one of golf's most popular stars and its most important trailblazer, because he was the first superstar of the sport's television age, which began in the 1950s) 

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