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Born on this day.

1911: Sir Michael Hordern (deceased). British stage and screen actor, whose work includes The Wind in the Willows. 1916: James Herriot (deceased). Scottish vet and author - real name James Alfred Wight - whose works include All Creatures Great and Small.

1925: Gore Vidal. American author, whose works include Williwaw and Messiah. 1938: Eddie Cochran (deceased). Singer, whose hits include C'mon Everybody and Summertime Blues. 1941: Chubby Checker. American singer, famous for recording The Twist. 1954: Stevie Ray Vaughan (deceased). Singer/songwriter. Killed when his helicopter crashed into a manmade ski hill.

1959: Fred Couples. Golfer. 1959: Greg Proops. American comedian and actor, who was a regular on Whose Line Is It Anyway? 1962: Tommy Lee. Drummer with Motley Crue
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Oct 3, 2009
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