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>>  Noted Birthdays on Tuesday, August 4  <<


Louis Vuitton
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1755 – Nicolas-Jacque Conte, inventor (modern pencil)
1792 – Percy Bysshe Shelley, English author, poet, playwright (d.1822)
1821 – James Springer White, American religious leader, co-founded the Seventh-day Adventist Church (d.1881)
1821 – Louis Vuitton, Anchay, France, Founder of the leather goods company
1832 – Gaspar Nunez de Arce, Spain, poet "Spanish Tennyson"
1891 – Margit Makay, Hungarian actress (d.1989)
1897 – Joseph Calleia, Malta, actor, Jungle Book, Gilda, Touch of Evil
1898 – Ernesto Maserati, Italian race car driver, engineer (d.1975)
1899 – Ezra Taft Benson, thirteenth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (d.1994)

Ernesto Maserati
c. 1930
1900 – Elizabeth, Queen Mother Of England, King George VI's wife, (d.2002)
1901 – Louie "Satchmo" Armstrong, New Orleans, jazz trumpeter, Hello Dolly, (d.1971)
1903 – Helen Kane, Schroeder, born in Bronx, New York, actress, Heads Up, Pointed Heels
1904 – Theodore Newton, New Jersey, actor, Ace of Aces, Voltaire
1910 – Anita Page, American actress, singer (d.2008)
1913 – Wesley Addy, born in Omaha, Nebraska, actor, Bostonians, Loving
1915 – Warren Avis, American businessman, founded Avis Rent a Car System (d.2007)
1926 – George Irving Bell, American physicist, biologist, mountaineer (d.2000)
1936 – Giorgos Zographos, Greek singer, actor (d.2005)

Louis Armstrong
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1936 – Elsberry Hobbs, rocker, Drifters
1937 – David Bedford, English keyboard player, composer, conductor (d.2011)
1939 – Frank Vincent, American actor, producer
1939 – Frankie Ford [Vincent Francis Guzzo, Jr], born in Gretna, Louisiana, rock vocalist, Sea Cruise (d.2015)
1940 – Larry Knechtel, American bass player, pianist, Bread, The Wrecking Crew (d.2009)
1942 – Don S. Davis, American actor, painter (d.2008)
1943 – Georgina Hale, English actress, singer
1943 – David Carr, rock keyboardist, Fortunes Leyton, London
1943 – Tina Cole, Hollywood, singer, King Cousins, actress, Katie – My 3 Sons

Billy Bob Thornton
c. 2012
1944 – Richard Belzer, American actor, producer, screenwriter
1944 – Orhan Gencebay, Turkish singer, songwriter, producer, actor
1944 – Richard Belzer, KOed by Hulk Hogan/comedian, How to be a Stand Up
1946 – Maureen Cox Starkey, 1st wife of Beatle Ringo Starr
1947 – Klaus Schulze, German keyboard player, songwriter (Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, The Cosmic Jokers)
1947 – Paul Leyton, rocker, Seekers
1952 – Moya Brennan, Irish singer, songwriter, harp player (Clannad and T with the Maggies)
1952 – Bobby Buntrock, born in Denver, Colorado, actor, Harold Baxter – Hazel
1952 – Kristoffer Tabori, Siegel, born in Los Angeles, California, actor, Rappaccini's Daughter

Barack Obama
c. 2012
1953 – Vini Reilly, English guitarist (The Durutti Column and The Invisible Girls)
1953 – Jimmy McCulloch, born in Glasgow, Scotland, guitarist, hard rock genre, played lead guitar in Paul McCartney's Wings from 1974 to 1977, member of band One in a Million
1955 – Billy Bob Thornton, American actor, singer, director, screenwriter, The Boxmasters
1956 – Meg Whitman, born in Long Island, New York, formerly, CEO of eBay, billionaire, Republican, 2010 candidate for Governor of California
1958 – Ian Broudie, English singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, The Lightning Seeds, Big in Japan, Care
1958 – Kym Karath, American actress, singer
1959 – Robbin Crosby, heavy metal rock guitarist/vocals, Ratt – Round and Round (d.2002)
1961 – Lauren Tom, American actress, singer
1961 – Barack Obama, 44th POTUS, first ½ African-American President, born in Honolulu, Hawaii

Daniel Dae Kim
c. 2013
1961 – Kembra Pfahler, born in Hermosa Beach, California, actress, Gotham Gold
1962 – William Roger "Rocket" Clemens, American baseball player, actor, 11× All-Star, 2× World Series champion
1962 – David Nunn, English actor (d.2012)
1962 – Paul Reynolds, English singer, songwriter, guitarist, A Flock of Seagulls
1965 – Terri Lyne Carrington, American singer, songwriter, drummer, producer, Yellowjackets
1965 – James Tupper, Canadian actor, screenwriter
1965 – Crystal Chappell, born in Silver Spring, Maryland, actress, Carly Manning "Days of our Lives"
1967 – Timothy Adams, American model, actor
1968 – Daniel Dae Kim, South Korean, actor, Chin Ho Kelly – Hawaii Five-0

Jeff Gordon
c. 2015
1968 – Lee Mack, English comedian, actor, producer, screenwriter
1968 – Marcus Schenkenberg, Swedish-Dutch model, actor, Calvin Klein
1969 – Michael DeLuise, American actor, director, producer
1969 – Max Cavalera, Brazilian rock vocalist, guitarist, Sepultura
1970 – Ron Lester, American actor, producer (d.2015)
1971 – Jeff Gordon, American race car driver, actor
1974 – Chris Crippin, Canadian drummer, Hedley
1975 – Andy Hallett, American actor, singer (d.2009)
1975 – Joe Saenz, American gangster, FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives

Kurt Busch
c. 2015
1975 – Daniella van Graas, Dutch model, actress
1978 – Kurt Busch, American race car driver
1978 – Mick Cain, American actor
1981 – Meghan Markle, American model, actress
1981 – Abigail Spencer, American actress, producer, screenwriter
1983 – Cody Burger, American actor
1983 – Greta Gerwig, American actress, producer, screenwriter
1985 – Crystal Bowersox, American singer, songwriter, guitarist
1985 – Kina Grannis, American singer, songwriter, guitarist
1986 – Nick Augusto, American drummer, Trivium
1987 – Jang Keun-suk, South Korean actor, singer
1987 – Tomoya Warabino, Japanese actor
1988 – Carly Foulkes, Canadian model, actress
1989 – Wang Hao, Chinese chess player, FIDE rating 2732 (May 2016)
1989 – Jessica Mauboy, Australian singer, songwriter, actress, Young Divas
1991 – Lucinda Dryzek, English actress
1992 – Neil Coleta, Filipino actor
1992 – Tiffany Evans, American singer, actress
1992 – Cole Sprouse, born in Arezzo, Italy, actor, Patrick Kelly – Grace Under Fire
1992 – Dylan Sprouse, born in Arezzo, Italy, actor, Patrick Kelly – Grace Under Fire
1994 – Mayuko Fukuda, Japanese actress

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>>  Noted Events On Tuesday, August 4  <<

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 – Former Press Secretary James S. Brady dies at age 73; Brady's death has been ruled a homicide due to a gunshot wound made 33 years earlier by John W. Hinckley, Jr.; Hinckley was found to be insane and was not charged with the original crime
2013 – Actor Peter Capaldi, of Scotland, lands the role of the Doctor in the twelfth incarnation of the 'Doctor Who' British science fiction show
2011 – The Southern United States experiences a heat alert for fourteen states; several dozen heat-related deaths occurred since July
2011 – The U.S. National Football League ratifies a new collective bargaining agreement which includes provisions for human growth hormone tests
1997 – "Keenan Ivory Wayan Show", premieres on Fox TV
1996 – 26th Olympic games close at Atlanta, Georgia (sched)
1996 – Jim Bunning, Earl Weaver, Bill Foster, and Ned Hanlon inducted in Hall of Fame [1]
1994 – Truck carrying millions of bees overturns on New York parkway
1988 – Congress votes $20,000 to each Japanese-American interned in WW II (Civil Liberties Act of 1988)
1986 – OPEC lowers oil production 20% [1]
1985 – Phil Rizzuto Day, Yankees retire #10
1984 – Prince's "Purple Rain", album goes to #1 and stays #1 for 24 weeks
1981 – Oliver North is assigned to White House duty [1]
1977 – President Carter establishes Department of Energy
1972 – Arthur Bremer jailed for 63 years for shooting Alabama Governor Wallace
1968 – WXTV-DT channel 41 in New York-Paterson, New York (UNI) begins broadcasting
1964 – Civil rights workers Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman and James E Chaney, bodies discovered in an earthen Mississippi dam [1]
1961 – 108°F, Spokane, Washington [1]
1956 – Elvis Presley releases "Hound Dog"
1955 – Eisenhower authorizes $46 million for construction of CIA headquarters [1]
1944 – Germans raid Achterhuis, home of Anne Frank and family
1944 – Anne Frank arrested in Amsterdam by Nazis
1943 – Russian units reach suburbs of Orel
1943 – USAF bombs Germans in Troina
1942 – First train with Jews departs Mechelen, Belgium to Auschwitz [1]
1929 – Jones Beach State Park in New York opens
1925 – U.S. Marines leave Nicaragua after 13-year occupation [1]
1916 – Denmark cedes Danish West Indies, including the Virgin Islands, to the U.S. for $25 million [1]
1914 – Germany invades Belgium and declares war on France in WW I
1914 – Great Britain declares war on Germany
1914 – President Wilson issues "Proclamation of Neutrality"
1892 – Abby and Andrew Borden were murdered at their home on the morning, Sunday school teacher Lizzie Borden arrested in Fall River, Massachusetts
1881 – 122°F (50°C), Seville, Spain (European record, disputed)
1862 – U.S. government collects its first income tax (Revenue Act of 1862)
1830 – Plans for city of Chicago laid out [1]
1821 – First edition of Saturday Evening Post (publishes until 1969)
1790 – U.S. Coast Guard founded as Revenue Cutter Service
1181 – Supernova seen in Cassiopia


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