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>>  Noted Birthdays on Tuesday, August 3  <<

Maggie Kuhn
Founder - Gray Panthers
1808 – Hamilton Fish, American lawyer, politician, 26th United States Secretary of State (d.1893)
1811 – Elisha Graves Otis, American founder of the Otis Elevator Company, inventor of a safety device that prevents elevators from falling if the hoisting cable fails, born in Halifax, Vermont (d.1861)
1902 – Judson Laire, born in New York City, actor/singer, Papa-Mama, Admiral Broadway Revue (d.1979)
1904 – Dolores del Río, silent screen actress, Deseada, Bugambilia (d.1983)
1905 – Maggie Kuhn, activist, co-founder, Gray Panthers (d.1995)
1907 – Adrienne Ames, Fort Worth, Texas, actress, Death Kiss, Panama Patrol (d.1947)
1907 – Irene Tedrow, born in Denver, Colorado, actress, Lucy – Dennis the Menace, Mr. Novak (d.1995)
1920 – Maria Karnilova, born in Hartford, Connecticut, actress, Olga – Ivan the Terrible (d.2001)
1921 – Marilyn Maxwell, American actress, singer (d.1972)

Leon Uris
1923 – Jean Hagen, American actress (d.1977)
1923 – Anne Klein, fashion designer (Anne Klein II) (d.1974)
1924 – Leon Uris, American soldier, author, Exodus (1958), Trinity (1976) (d.2003)
1926 – Rona Anderson, Scottish-English actress (d.2013)
1926 – Tony Bennett, born in Queens, New York, singer, Left a body part in SF
1926 – Gordon Scott, born in Portland, Oregon, actor, Tarzan and the Trappers, (d.2007)
1928 – Cécile Aubry, French actress, director, screenwriter (d.2010)
1930 – James Komack, born in New York City, writer, director, actor, Courtship of Eddie's Father, (d.1997)
1934 – William Dee "Haystacks" Calhoun, American wrestler, actor (d.1989)

Martin Sheen
c. 2008
1935 – John Erman, American actor, director, producer
1937 – Steven Berkoff, English actor, director, playwright
1938 – George Memmoli, New York City, actor, Earl – Hello Larry (d.1985)
1939 – Jimmie Nicol, English drummer, The Spotnicks, Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys
1940 – Martin Sheen, born in New York, actor, Subject Was Roses, Wall St
1941 – Beverly Lee, American singer, The Shirelles
1941 – Martha Stewart, American businesswoman, publisher, author, felon, founded Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
1949 – Philip Casnoff, American actor, director
1949 – Morris "B B" Dickerson, born in Torrence, California, bassist, War, Low Rider, Outlaw

Martha Stewart
c. 2011
1950 – Jo Marie Payton, American actress, singer
1950 – JoMari Payton-Noble, born in Albany, Georgia, actress, Harriette – Family Matters
1950 – John David Landis, born in Chicago, Illinois, actor, director, American Werewolf in London
1951 – Johnny Graham, rock guitarist, vocalist, Earth Wind and Fire – Celebrate
1951 – Jay North, born in North Hollywood, California, actor, Dennis the Menace, Maya
1953 – Ian Bairnson, Scottish saxophonist, keyboard player, The Alan Parsons Project, Pilot, Keats
1956 – Dave Cloud, American singer, songwriter, actor (d.2015)
1958 – Lambert Wilson, French actor, The Merovingian – The Matrix Reloaded & The Matrix Revolutions
1958 – Cindy Nixon, born in Nashville, Tennessee, singer, Girls Next Door – Don't Be Cruel

Jay North
c. 1960
1959 – Martin Atkins, English drummer, producer, Public Image Ltd, Ministry, Killing Joke
1959 – John C. McGinley, American actor, producer
1959 – Martin Atkins, born in Coventry, England, Martin Clive Atkins, rocker, musician, worked with post-punk, industrial group Public Image Ltd., Ministry
1959 – Victoria Jackson, born in Miami, Florida, actress, Casual Sex, SNL, UHF
1961 – Molly Hagan, American actress, Code of Silence (1985), Some Kind of Wonderful (1987), The Dentist (1996)
1961 – Lee Rocker [Leon Drucker], rock bassist, Stray Cats – Gonna Ball
1963 – James Hetfield, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, Metallica, Spastik Children, Leather Charm
1963 – Edgar Eugene "Ed" Roland, American singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, Collective Soul, Ed Roland and the Sweet Tea Project
1963 – Lisa Ann Walter, American actress, producer, screenwriter, Bruce Almighty, Shall We Dance, War of the Worlds

Victoria Jackson
c. 2011
1963 – Isaiah Washington, American actor, producer, Dr. Preston Burke – Grey's Anatomy
1964 – Lucky Dube, South African singer, keyboard player (d.2007)
1966 – Gizz Butt, English singer, songwriter, guitarist, The Prodigy, The Destructors, English Dogs, Janus Stark, Sabbat, The More I See
1966 – Christine Richters, born in Fullerton, California, Playmate May 1986
1967 – Mathieu Kassovitz, French actor, director, producer, screenwriter, founded MNP Entreprise
1967 – Skin [Deborah Anne Dyer], English singer, guitarist, Skunk Anansie
1970 – Stephen Carpenter, American guitarist, songwriter, Deftones, Sol Invicto, Kush
1970 – Gina G [Gina Mary Gardiner], Australian singer
1970 – Masahiro Sakurai, Japanese video game designer, creator of the Kirby and Super Smash Bros series

Tom Brady
c. 2011
1970 – Alejandro Alcondez, Mexican-American actor, screenwriter, film producer, film director
1972 – Brigid Brannagh, American actress
1972 – Erika Marozsán, Hungarian actress
1973 – Michael Ealy, American actor
1973 – Stephen Graham, English actor
1974 – Jenny Beck, actress, Claire Carroll – Guns and Paradise
1977 – Deniz Akkaya, Turkish model, actress
1977 – Tom Brady, born in San Mateo, California, professional football player, quarterback, played for New England Patriots, won two Super Bowl MVP awards
1978 – Joi Chua, Singaporean singer, songwriter, actress
1979 – Evangeline Lilly, Canadian model, actress
1982 – Breanna Stayskal Kemerling, born in Iowa City, Iowa, actress, daughter of Greg and Mari

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>>  Noted Events On Tuesday, August 3  <<

2021 – 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.

Shahram Amiri
Meme date incorrect?
2019 – A mass shooting occurred at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas. A gunman shot and killed 23 people and injured 23 others
2019 – WJMiller home from hospital, gall bladder full of gangrene, a day or so more, would have killed me, thanking the Almighty I'm still here (July 22)
2018 – Death of a Nation: Can We Save America a Second Time? Opens in theaters in the United States and Canada
2016 – Shahram Amiri, executed
2015 – U.S. President Barack Obama proposes 'The Clean Power Plan' to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 32 percent of 2005 levels
2011 – The U.S. credit rating is downgraded from A+ to A by the Chinese Dagong Global Credit Rating
2000 – Republican National Convention: Nominates George W. Bush to run for president
1994 – Stephen G Breyer, sworn in as Supreme Court Justice
1990 – U.S. announces commitment of Naval forces to Gulf regions
1986 – Willie McCovey, Bobby Doerr, and Ernie Lombardi inducted in Hall of Fame [1]
1980 – Al Kaline, Chuck Klein, Duke Snider, Tom Yawkey inducted into Hall of Fame [1]
1977 – Radio Shack issues a press release introducing TRS-80 computer 25 existed, within weeks thousands were ordered
1975 – Louisiana Superdome is dedicated
1974 – Guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter quits Steely Dan and joins Doobie Brothers [1]
1971 – Paul McCartney announces formation of his group Wings [1]
1970 – Hurricane "Celia" becomes the most expensive Gulf storm in history, until Hurricane "Alicia" in 1983
1963 – Allan Sherman releases "Hello Mudda, Hello Fadda"
1963 – Beatles last gig as house band of Liverpool's Cavern Club
1958 – USS Nautilus is the first watercraft to reach the geographic North Pole
1955 – Hurricane "Connie" begins pounding U.S. for 11 days
1952 – Francis the Talking Mule is mystery guest on "What's My Line"
1949 – Basketball Assoc of America and National Basketball League merge to form National Basketball Association
1948 – Franklin D. Roosevelt advisor Alger Hiss accused to be a "communist"

Radio Shack TRS-80
1944 – Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp gases 4,000 gypsies
1943 – General Patton slaps a U.S. GI in the hospital accusing him of cowardice [1]
1941 – Rationing in the United States, introduced in stages during World War II
1936 – Jesse Owens won the first of his four gold medals at the Berlin Summer Olympics, dashing Nazi leaders' hopes of Aryan domination
1933 – Yankees are shut out for first time after 308 games (since Aug 2, 1931)
1923 – Baseball games cancelled following the death of President Harding
1923 – V.P. Calvin Coolidge becomes 30th president
1921 – Due to a technicality, 8 Chicago White Sox accused in Black Sox scandal are acquited, however Landis throws them out of baseball
1913 – A strike by agricultural workers in Wheatland, California, U.S., degenerated into a riot. First of many
1492 – All Jews are expelled from Spain [1]
1492 – Columbus sets sail from Palos de la Frontera, Spain for "Indies"

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