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Alfred Nobel
1833 – Alfred Nobel, Swedish chemist, engineer, invented dynamite, founded the Nobel Prize (d.1896)
1884 – Claire Waldoff, German singer, actress (d.1957)
1895 – Edna Purviance, actress (d.1958)
1898 – Eduard Pütsep, Estonian wrestler, actor (d.1960)
1902 – Lillian Bronson, born in Lockport, New York, actress, Next Voice you Hear (d.1995)
1916 – Andrea Checchi, born in Firenze, Italy, actress, Attack and Retreat (d.1974)
1921 – Bruce Beeby, Australian-English actor (d.2013)
1921 – Robert Clothier, Canadian actor (d.1999)
1924 – Julie Wilson, actress, singer (d.2015)

Whitey Ford
c. 1953
1924 – Joyce Randolph, born in Detroit, Michigan, actress, Trixie Norton – Honeymooners
1926 – Leonard Rossiter, born in Wavertree, Liverpool, England, actor, Britannia Hospital (d.1984)
1928 – Whitey Ford, born in New York City, New York, baseball player, coach, HOF-1974 (d.2020)
1931 – Vivian Pickles, English actress
1933 – Georgia Brown [Lillian Claire Laizer Getel Klot], actress, Study in Terror, Fixer (d.1992)
1940 – Rhoda Gemignani, actress
1940 – Manfred Mann, South African-English keyboard player, producer, Mighty Quinn
1940 – Julie Parrish, born in Middlesboro, Kentucky, actress, Good Morning World, Capitol
1941 – Steve Cropper, Tennessee, guitarist, songwriter, Booker T and MGs

Julie Parrish
c. 1967
1942 – Elvin Bishop, born in Glendale, California, rock guitarist, Fooled Around and Fell in Love
1943 – Paula Kelly, born in Jacksonville, Florida, dancer, actress, Liz Williams – Night Court (d.2020)
1944 – Mandy Rice-Davies, English model, actress (d.2014)
1945 – Everett McGill, born in Miami Beach, Florida, actor, Jezebel's Kiss, Silver Bullet
1945 – Kathy Young, rocker, Thousand Stars in the Sky
1946 – Lee Loughnane, singer, songwriter, trumpet player, Chicago
1948 – Tom Everett, actor
1949 – Benjamin Netanyahu, born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Israeli captain, politician, 9th Prime Minister of Israel
1952 – Brent Mydland, born in Munich, Germany, rock keyboardist, vocalist, Grass Roots (d.1990)

Benjamin Netanyahu
c. 2012
1952 – Patti Ann Davis-Reagan, singer, actress, writer, Ron and Nancy's daughter
1953 – Eric Faulkner [Eric Falconer], born in Edinburgh, Scotland, rock guitarist, Bay City Rollers
1953 – Keith Green, singer, songwriter, pianist, minister (d.1982)
1953 – Marc Johnson, American bassist, composer, bandleader
1953 – Charlotte Caffey, rock guitarist, keyboardist, vocalist, Go-Go's
1955 – Rich Mullins, singer, songwriter (d.1997)
1956 – Carrie Fisher, born in Beverly Hills, California, actress, Princess Leia Organa – Star Wars, Marie – When Harry Met Sally... (d.2016)
1957 – Julian Cope, Welsh pop musician, Eve's Volcano
1957 – Steve Lukather, U.S. rock singer, guitarist, Toto – Africa
1959 – Rose McDowall, Scottish singer, songwriter, guitarist
1959 – Ken Watanabe, born in Koide, Japan, actor, Academy-Award nominee, appeared in films, 'Letters from Iwo Jima', 'The Last Samurai'
1960 – Melora Walters, actress
1969 – Jon Carin, singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer
1970 – Louis Koo, Hong Kong actor, singer
1971 – Nick Oliveri, singer, songwriter, bass player
1972 – Felicity Andersen, Australian actress
1972 – Matthew Friedberger, singer, songwriter, guitarist
1976 – Josh Ritter, singer, songwriter, guitarist
1976 – Jeremy Miller, born in West Covina, California, actor, Ben Seaver – Growing Pains
1977 – David Clayton Rogers, actor, producer, screenwriter
1978 – Will Estes, actor, J.J. Pryor – American Dreams
1980 – Kim Kardashian, American model, actress, fashion designer
1980 – Brian Pittman, American bass player
1982 – Matt Dallas, actor, producer, Kyle XY
1983 – Mark Little, Australian comedian, actor, screenwriter, Kyle XY
1983 – Charlotte Sullivan, Canadian actress
1983 – Aaron Tveit, actor, singer

Carrie Fisher
c. 2013
Ken Watanabe
c. 2007
Kim Kardashian
c. 2011
*** Vet completed Sept. 29, 2017. (Dated, edited, sized, corrected)
(Conception around January 29)

>>  Noted Events On Wednesday, October 21  <<

2020 – NOTE: – "Not All Verified": If no hyperlink, event not verified or vetted. [1] Could not corroborate date, may be conflicting data on multiple sites, or exact date could not be verified. Hyperlinks are generally verification of year, month, date, and event. [bh] Brainy History, not vetted elsewhere, take their word for it at this time. Error 403 links corrected when found.
2014 – Fast food giant McDonald's announces that its third-quarter profit fell by 30 percent from the third quarter of last year; analysts attribute the trouble to greater competition and customer dissatisfaction with price increases [bh]
1993 – Gary Kasparov defeats Nigel Short for chess championship
1989 – Buck Helm found alive after being buried 4 days, in San Francisco earthquake [bh]
1986 – IBM re-forms in South Africa [bh]
1983 – The metre is defined at the seventeenth General Conference on Weights and Measures as the distance light travels in a vacuum in 1/299,792,458 of a second
1982 – Private funeral service held for Bess Truman, former First Lady of the United States
1976 – New York Knicks retire first number, # 19, Willis Reed
1971 – William H Rehnquist and Lewis F Powell nominated to U.S. Supreme Court by Nixon, following resignations of Justices Hugo Black and John Harlan
1967 – Vietnam War: More than 100,000 war protesters gather in Washington, D.C.. A peaceful rally at the Lincoln Memorial is followed by a march to The Pentagon and clashes with soldiers and United States Marshals protecting the facility. Similar demonstrations occurred simultaneously in Japan and Western Europe
1965 – KTWU-TV channel 11 in Topeka, KS (PBS) begins broadcasting
1965 – Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to Robert B Woodward, considered by many to be one of the preeminent organic chemists of the twentieth century
1964 – Braves ask NL to allow them to leave Milwaukee for Atlanta [bh]
1959 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs an executive order transferring Wernher von Braun and other German scientists from the United States Army to NASA
1940 – The first edition of the Ernest Hemingway novel "For Whom the Bell Tolls" is published
1918 – Margaret Owen sets world typing speed record of 170 wpm for 1 min
1867 – Manifest destiny: Medicine Lodge Treaty: Near Medicine Lodge, Kansas a landmark treaty is signed by southern Great Plains Indian leaders. The treaty requires Native American Plains tribes to relocate to a reservation in western Oklahoma
1854 – Florence Nightingale and a staff of 38 nurses are sent to the Crimean War
1824 – Joseph Aspdin patents Portland cement (Yorkshire, England)
1797 – In Boston Harbor, the 44-gun United States Navy frigate, USS Constitution, is launched
1774 – First display of the word "Liberty" on a flag, raised by colonists in Taunton, Massachusetts in defiance of British rule in Colonial America
1553 – Volumes of Talmud are burned
1520 – Explorer Ferdinand Magellan and his fleet reach Cape Virgenes and become the first Europeans to sail into the Pacific Ocean
1512 – Martin Luther joins the theological faculty of the University of Wittenberg
1492 – Columbus' discovers America, lands on San Salvador Island (Oct 12, 1492 Julian calender)

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