|L.L. Bean (10/13/1872 - 02/05/1967)|
Avid outdoorsman who founder the retail company L.L. Bean in 1912, which specializes in clothing and outdoor equipment.
|Maria Cantwell (10/13/1958 - )|
United States Senator from the state of Washington and a member of the Democratic Party.
|Sacha Baron Cohen (10/13/1971 - )|
British comedian notable for his highly successful comedy characters Ali G (an MC and gangster wannabe from Staines), Borat (a Kazakhstani reporter) and Bruno (a flamboyantly gay Austrian fashion reporter). He first gained widespread fame in 1994.
|Brea Grant (10/13/1981 - )|
American writer and actress who is perhaps most recognized for playing Daphne Millbrook in the TV series "Heroes" on NBC. She is successful with comics too and she made a comic mini series called "We Will Bury You" with artist Kyle Strahm.
|Nancy Kerrigan (10/13/1969 - )|
American figure skater who was a two-time Olympic medalist (1992-Bronze and 1994-Silver) and 1993 U.S. champion.
|Nana Mouskouri (10/13/1934 - )|
Singer of Greek origin who has recorded more than 300 gold and platinum albums worldwide since her first in 1960.
|Kelly Preston (10/13/1962 - )|
American actress best known for her role in the films "Jerry Maguire" (1996), "Battlefield Earth" (2000) and "The Cat in the Hat" (2003).
|Nipsey Russell (10/13/1924 - 10/02/2005)|
American comedian, best known for being a guest panelist on many 1970s and 1980s game shows, such as "Match Game," "Password" and "Hollywood Squares." He was also a trained dancer, and appeared in the 1978 film "The Wiz" as the Tin Man.
|Margaret H Thatcher (10/13/1925 - 04/08/2013)|
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990.
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|Cornel Wilde (10/13/1915 - 10/16/1989)|
American actor best known for his role in the films "A Song to Remember" (1945), "Road House" (1948) and "Shockproof" (1949).