|Charles Boyer (08/28/1899 - 08/26/1978)|
French actor who starred in several classic Hollywood films. He best known for his role in the 1944 film "Gaslight" in which he tried to convince Ingrid Bergman's character that she was going insane.
|Johann Wolfgang Goethe (08/28/1749 - 03/22/1832)|
Key figure in German literature and the movement of Weimar Classicism in the late 18th and early 19th centuries; this movement coincides with Enlightenment, Sturm und Drang, Sensibility ("Empfindsamkeit"), and Romanticism.
|Scott Hamilton (08/28/1958 - )|
American figure skater and 1984 Olympic gold medalist known for his originality and engaging on-ice personalities.
|Jason Priestley (08/28/1969 - )|
American actor best known for his role on the television series "Beverly Hills 90210" as the virtuous Brandon Walsh.
|Elizabeth Ann Seton (08/28/1774 - 01/04/1821)|
Catholic nun who founded the first religious community of apostolic women of the United States, the Sisters of Charity (in the Archdiocese of Baltimore).
|Daniel Stern (08/28/1957 - )|
American television and film actor. He may be most remembered for playing bumbling but lovable idiots, such as Phil from the "City Slickers" movies and Marv from the first two "Home Alone" movies.
|Deborah Van Valkenburgh (08/28/1952 - )|
American actress perhaps best known for her role of Jackie Rush on the 1980s ABC sitcom "Too Close for Comfort."