Born on this day.1928: Andy Warhol Noun 1. Andy Warhol - United States artist who was a leader of the Pop Art movement (1930-1987)
Warhol . (deceased). Artist, famous for his pop art.
1928: Derek Batey Derek Batey (born 8 August 1928 in Brampton, Cumberland) was a 20th Century British television presenter and television executive.
Batey was educated at the White House School, Brampton and after appearing in clubs as a ventriloquist, he first appeared on TV in 1958 as an . The original host of Mr and Mrs.
1929: Ronnie Biggs. Infamous Great Train Robber.
1936: Keith Barron. British actor, whose television appearances include Duty Free and Coronation Street.
1937: Dustin Hoffman. American film actor, whose films include All the President's Men and Kramer vs Kramer. 1949: Keith Carradine. Actor, whose work includes Sirens and Metropolis. 1949: Airrion Love. Singer with The Stylistics, whose hits include Can't Give You Anything But My Love.
1953: Nigel Mansell. British racing driver. Formula One World Champion in 1992 and American Indy Car Champion in 1993. 1958: Chris Foreman. Musician with Madness.
1961: The Edge. Musician with U2. Born David Evans.
1965: Angus Fraser. Cricketer. 1966: Chris Eubank. Former boxer. 1968: Huey Morgan. Musician with the Fun Lovin' Criminals.
1974: Brian Harvey. Singer with East 17, whose hits include Around The World. 1976: JC Chasez. Singer with *N Sync, whose hits include I Want You Back. 1981: Bradley McIntosh. Singer, formerly with S Club 7, whose hits include Reach and Don't Stop Moving.
1981: Roger Federer. Swiss tennis player and winner of Wimbledon in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
1988: Princess Beatrice. First-born daughter of the Duke and Duchess
The Duke and Duchess of Boxford are people featured in the Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends TV Series. of York.