Day Wise History - On This Day - 18 November - SSC EXAM LIVE

शनिवार, 16 नवंबर 2019

Day Wise History - On This Day - 18 November


Historical Events on November 18

  • 326 Old St. Peter's Basilica consecrated in Rome (stood 4th - 16th century), later replaced by current Basilica
  • 794 Japanese emperor Kammu deallocates residence of Nara to Kioto
  • 1105 Maginulf elected anti-Pope Silvester I
  • 1210 Pope Innocent III excommunicates Roman Catholic Emperor Otto IV
  • 1307 William Tell reputedly shoots apple off his son's head
  • 1421 Southern sea floods 72 villages, killing estimated 10,000 in Netherlands
  • 1424 Storm flood ravages Dutch coast
  • 1477 First English dated printed book "Dictes & Sayengis of the Phylosophers" by William Caxton
  • 1494 French King Charles VIII occupies Florence
  • 1497 Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama reaches the Cape of Good Hope
  • 1626 St. Peter's Basilica is consecrated, replacing earlier basilica, the world's largest Christian basilica
  • 1667 Treaty of Bongaja: King Hassan-Udin of Makasar & VOC
  • 1686 Charles Francois Felix operates on King Louis XIV of France's anal fistula after practising the surgery on several peasants.
  • 1718 Voltaire's "Oedipe" premieres in Paris
  • 1738 France & Austria sign peace treaty
  • 1742 Prussia & Brtain sign anti-French military covenant
  • 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie's troops occupy Carlisle
  • 1755 Worst quake in Massachusetts Bay area strikes Boston; no deaths reported
  • 1776 Hessians capture Ft Lee, NJ
  • 1787 First Unitarian minister in US ordained, Boston
  • 1803 Battle of Vertieres, in which Haitians defeat French
  • 1804 Palver Purim 1st celebrated to commemorate miraculous escape
  • 1805 30 women meet at Mrs Silas Lee's home in Wiscasset, Maine, organizes Female Charitable Society, first woman's club in America
  • 1820 Antarctica sighted by US Navy Capt Nathaniel B Palmer
  • 1833 Netherlands & Belgium sign Treaty of Zonhoven
  • 1837 Letter by Göttingen Seven published protesting abolition of constitution of Kingdom of Hanover, by seven professors including Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
  • 1852 State funeral of Duke of Wellington (St Paul's Cathedral, London)
  • 1852 Rose Philippine Duchesne dies in St. Charles, Missouri. She would be canonized on July 3, 1988 by Pope John Paul II.
  • 1861 The first provisional meeting of the Confederate Congress is held in Richmond, Virginia
  • 1865 Mark Twain publishes "Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County"
  • 1872 Suffragette Susan B. Anthony is arrested by a U.S. Deputy Marshal and charged with illegally voting
  • 1874 National Woman's Christian Temperance Union organizes in Cleveland
  • 1883 Antonin Dvorák's "Husitska" premieres
  • 1883 Standard time zones forms by railroads in US & Canada
  • 1889 Oahu Railway begins public service in Hawaii
  • 1893 Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Providentissimus Deus
  • 1894 Richard Outcault's early comic strip "Origin of a New Species" published in World
  • 1899 Trumper scores 208 in 185 mins (1 five 25 fours) NSW v Qld
  • 1901 The USA and Great Britain sign the Second Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, or Interoceanic Ship Canal Treaty
  • 1902 Brooklyn toymaker Morris Michton names the teddy bear after US President Teddy Roosevelt
  • 1903 Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty gives US exclusive canal rights in Panama
  • 1904 General Esteban Huertas steps down after the government of Panama fears he wants to stage a coup
  • 1905 George Bernard Shaw's "Major Barbara" premieres in London
  • 1905 Prince Carl of Denmark becomes King Haakon VII of Norway
  • 1906 Langdon Mitchell's "New York Idea" premieres in NYC
  • 1906 Anarchist's bomb St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
  • 1909 US invades Nicaragua, later overthrows President Zelaya
  • 1911 Britain's first seaplane flies
  • 1911 Opera "Lobetanz" first American performance
  • 1912 Cholera breaks out in Constantinople, in the Ottoman Empire
  • 1913 Lincoln Deachey performs first airplane loop-the-loop (San Diego)
  • 1916 British General Douglas Haig finally calls off the 1st Battle of the Somme in World War I after more than 1 million soldiers had been killed or wounded
  • 1917 Sigma Alpha Rho, a Jewish high school fraternity, is founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • 1918 Latvia declares independence from Russia
  • 1918 Belgian troops re-enter Brussels, lost to the German invaders on 20 August 1914
  • 1919 H Tierney & J McCarthy's musical "Irene" premieres in NYC
  • 1920 Apollo Theater (Academy, Bryant) opens at 221 W 42nd St NYC
  • 1922 Turkish National Assembly nominates Abdul Medjid kalief
  • 1926 Pope Pius XI encyclical On persecution of Church in Mexico
  • 1926 George Bernard Shaw accepts the Nobel Prize for Literature but refuses the prize money, saying "I can forgive Alfred Nobel for inventing dynamite, but only a fiend in human form could have invented the Nobel Prize."
  • 1928 Walt Disney's "Steamboat Willie" released, first Mickey Mouse sound cartoon
  • 1929 Large earthquake in Atlantic breaks transatlantic cable in 28 places
  • 1930 Musical "Smiles" with Bob Hope and Fred Astaire premieres in NYC
  • 1930 Sōka Kyōiku Gakkai, a Buddhist association later renamed Soka Gakkai, is founded by Japanese educators Tsunesaburo Makiguchi and Josei Toda.
  • 1932 "Flowers & Trees" receives 1st Academy Award for a cartoon
  • 1932 5th Academy Awards: Fredric March and Wallace Beery in 1st ever tie for Best Actor. "Grand Hotel" and Helen Hayes also win.
  • 1936 Germany & Italy recognize Spanish government of Francisco Franco
  • 1936 Main span of Golden Gate Bridge joined
  • 1938 Trade union members elect John L. Lewis as the first president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations.
  • 1939 Dutch KNSM passenger ship Simón Bolívar hits German mine, 86 die
  • 1939 The Irish Republican Army explodes three bombs in Piccadilly Circus
  • 1940 George Matesky, New York City's Mad Bomber places his first bomb at a Manhattan office building used by Consolidated Edison.
  • 1941 British troops open attack on Tobruk, North Africa
  • 1941 Jerome Chodorov/Joseph Fields' "Junior Miss" premieres in NYC
  • 1941 Mussolini's forces leave Abyssinia/Ethiopia
  • 1942 Thornton Wilders "Skin of our Teeth" premieres in NYC
  • 1943 First US ambassador to Canada, Ray Atherton, nominated
  • 1943 444 British bombers attack Berlin
  • 1943 U-211 sinks in Atlantic Ocean
  • 1945 Arnold Schoenberg's Prelude for orchestra & mixed choir, premieres
  • 1949 NL batting leader (.342) Jackie Robinson wins NL MVP
  • 1949 The U.S. Air Force grounds B-29s after two crashes and 23 deaths in three days
  • 1950 South Korea President Syngman Rhee forced to end mass executions
  • 1951 "See it Now" premieres on TV
  • 1951 British troops occupy Ismailiya, Egypt
  • 1951 Former Cubs 1st baseman & future TV star of Rifleman Chuck Connors is 1st player to oppose the major league draft
  • 1953 Anti-Revolutionary Party (ARP) accept female suffrage
  • 1955 Bell X-2 rocket plane taken up for 1st powered flight
  • 1956 Morocco gains independence
  • 1957 Tunisia refuses Russian weapons
  • 1958 1st true reservoir in Jerusalem opens
  • 1958 Indians minority stockholders sell their stock to William Delay
  • 1959 Wash Senator Bob Allison wins AL Rookie of Year
  • 1959 "Ben-Hur" directed by William Wyler and starring Charlton Heston premieres in New York City (Academy Awards Best Picture 1960)
  • 1960 Charlie Finley makes a bid to purchase expansion LA Angels
  • 1960 Copyright office issues its 10 millionth registration
  • 1961 "Gay Life" opens at Shubert Theater NYC for 113 performances
  • 1961 "Kwamina" closes at 54th St Theater NYC after 32 performances
  • 1961 JFK sends 18,000 military advisors to South Vietnam
  • 1961 US Ranger 2 launched to Moon; failed
  • 1963 Bell Telephone introduces the touch-tone telephone to customers in Pennsylvania
  • 1963 Dartford-Purfleet tunnel under River Thames opens
  • 1963 King Hassan II opens 1st parliament in Morocco
  • 1964 Baltimore Orioles third baseman Brooks Robinson wins American League MVP
  • 1964 J. Edgar Hoover describes Martin Luther King as "most notorious liar"
  • 1965 Twins SS Zoilo Versalles is named AL MVP
  • 1966 Sandy Koufax announces his retirement due to arthritic left elbow
  • 1966 US Roman Catholic bishops ends rules against eating meat on Fridays
  • 1966 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
  • 1967 British government devalues pound from US equivalent of $2.80 to $2.40
  • 1968 Soviets recover the Zond 6 spacecraft after a flight around the moon
  • 1969 Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi assigned to the Tate and LaBianca murders, will eventually convict Charles Mason for orchestrating the 
  • 1970 Joe Frazier KOs Bob Foster in 2 for heavyweight boxing title
  • 1970 Johnny Bench wins NL MVP
  • 1970 Linus Pauling declares large doses of Vitamin C could ward off colds
  • 1970 Netherlands & Albania form diplomatic relations
  • 1970 Russia lands self propelled rover on Moon
  • 1971 China performs nuclear test at Lop Nor, PRC
  • 1971 A British soldier is shot dead by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in Belfast
  • 1973 Greek regime calls emergency crisis due to mass protests
  • 1973 Arab oil ministers cancel the scheduled 5 percent cut in production for EEC
  • 1975 Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver returns to US
  • 1975 Calvin Murphy (Houston) ends NBA free throw streak of 58 games
  • 1975 "Rufus featuring Chaka Khan" 4th studio album by Rufus is released (Billboard Album of the Year 1976)
  • 1976 Spain's parliament establishes democracy after 37 yrs of dictatorship
  • 1976 Yanks sign free agent Don Gullett
  • 1978 Great Britain performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
  • 1978 In Jonestown, Guyana 918 members of the Peoples Temple are murdered or commit suicide under the leadership of cult leader Jim Jones
  • 1979 Ayatollah Khomeini charges US ambassador and embassy with espionage
  • 1979 29th NASCAR Sprint Cup: Richard Petty wins
  • 1980 "Heaven's Gate" film directed by Michael Cimino, starring Kris Kristofferson and Christopher Walken premieres - one of the biggest box office bombs ever
  • 1980 Despite missing 45 games, George Brett wins AL MVP
  • 1981 Phillies 3rd baseman Mike Schmidt wins his 2nd consecutive NL MVP
  • 1982 Mariasela Alvarez of Dominican Republic, crowned 32nd Miss World
  • 1982 South Korean boxer Duk Koo Kim dies from injuries sustained during a 14-round beating by Ray Mancini in Las Vegas; WBC shortens title bouts to 12 rounds; WBA and WBO follow in 1988, and IBF in 1989
  • 1983 Argentina announces its ability to produce enriched uranium for nuclear weapons
  • 1984 "3 Musketeers" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 9 performances
  • 1984 CFL Grey Cup, Commonwelth Stadium, Edmonton: Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 47-17; Winnipeg scores final 44 points of the game
  • 1984 Browns set team records for most sacks (11)
  • 1984 Flyers' Ron Sutter fails on 11th penalty shot against Islanders
  • 1984 NJ Devils shutout NY Rangers 6-0
  • 1984 NBC premiere of the first part of fact based crime mystery "Fatal Vision", based on Joe McGinnis' novel about Jefferey MacDonald and the 1970 murders of his then-pregnant wife and two children
  • 1984 34th NASCAR Sprint Cup: Terry Labonte wins
  • 1984 The Soviet Union helps deliver American wheat during the Ethiopian famine
  • 1985 Dwight Gooden (NL) & Bret Saberhagen (AL) win Cy Young
  • 1985 Enterprise (OV-101) flies from Kennedy Space Center to Dulles Airport
  • 1985 Howard Stern radio show returns to NYC (WXRK 92.3 FM-afternoons)
  • 1985 Paul McCartney releases "Spies Like Us"
  • 1986 Roger Clemens wins AL MVP
  • 1987 31 people die in a fire at King's Cross, London's busiest tube station
  • 1987 Congressional committee reports on Iran-Contra affair
  • 1987 Cubs Andre Dawson is 1st player from a last-place club to win an MVP
  • 1989 Pennsylvania is first to restrict abortions after US Supreme Court gave states the right to do so
  • 1990 "Fiddler on the Roof" opens at Gershwin Theater NYC for 241 performances
  • 1990 1st Solheim Cup Women's Golf, Lake Nona G & CC: US beats Europe 11½-4½ in inaugural event; Kathy Whitworth US captain; 
  • 1990 NFL NY Giants beat Det Lions 20-0, to run 1990 record to 10-0
  • 1990 40th NASCAR Sprint Cup: Dale Earnhardt wins
  • 1990 Yugoslavian tennis star Monica Seles beats Gabriela Sabatini of Argentina 6–4, 5–7, 3–6, 6–4, 6–2 to win her first of 3 straight WTA Tour Championships in NYC; first 5-set women's final since 1901
  • 1990 Andre Agassi claims his first and only season-ending ATP Tour World Championship tennis title with a 5–7, 7–6, 7–5, 6–2 win over defending champion Stefan Edberg in Frankfurt, Germany
  • 1991 France deports Marlon's daughter Cheyenne Brando to Tahiti
  • 1991 Muslim Shi'ites release hostages Terry Waite & Thomas Sutherland
  • 1991 Auburn men's basketball team placed on 2 yr probation for recruiting violations and not eligible for post-season play 1991-92
  • 1991 The Croatian city of Vukovar surrenders to Yugoslav People's Army and allied Serb paramilitary forces after an 87-day siege
  • 1992 Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Las Vegas NV on KXTE 107.5 FM
  • 1992 "Malcolm X" film directed by Spike Lee starring Denzel Washington and Angela Bassett is released in the US
  • 1993 27 killed at prison in Morazan, El Salvador
  • 1993 Black & white leaders in South Africa approve new democratic constitution
  • 1993 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) passes US House of Representatives
  • 1993 North-Siberia record cold for November (-55°C)
  • 1993 Pearl Jam lead singer Eddie Vedder arrested for public drunkiness
  • 1993 WWF boss Vince McMahon charged with steroid distribution
  • 1994 "Star Trek: Generations" film directed by David Carson and starring Patrick Stewart premieres
  • 1995 Jacqueline Aguilera Marcano (19), of Venezuela, crowned 45th Miss World
  • 1996 Eappens hire Louise Woodward as nanny, later she's charged with murder
  • 1996 "Star Trek: First Contact" film directed by Jonathan Frakes and starring Patrick Stewart and Jonathan Frakes premieres
  • 1997 Arizona Diamondbacks & Tampa Bay Devil Rays expansion draft
  • 1997 FBI says no evidence of foul play in 1996 TWA 800 crash
  • 1997 70s glam-rock star Gary Glitter (real name Paul Gadd) arrested by British police in child porn probe
  • 1997 Mavericks' A C Green ties Randy Smith's NBA record of 906 cons games
  • 1997 Rare black pearl necklace auctioned for record $902,000
  • 1997 Willem de Kooning painting "Two Standing Women" sold for $4,182,500
  • 1997 Metallica release the album "ReLoad"
  • 1997 "Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture" album is released by Sony Music Soundtrax
  • 1999 In College Station, Texas, 12 are killed and 27 injured at Texas A&M University when a massive bonfire under construction collapses.
  • 2001 Phillips Petroleum and Conoco merge into a new company as 'ConocoPhillips', the third-largest oil and natural gas company in the US
  • 2001 Home crowd favourite Leyton Hewitt wins his first of 2 season-ending Tennis Masters Cup titles with a 6–3, 6–3, 6–4 victory over Frenchman Sébastien Grosjean in Sydney, Australia
  • 2002 Iraq disarmament crisis: United Nations weapons inspectors led by Hans Blix arrive in Iraq.
  • 2002 "Up!" 4th studio album by Shania Twain is released (Billboard Album of the Year 2003)
  • 2003 The congress of the Communist Party of Indian Union (Marxist-Leninist) decides to merge the party into Kanu Sanyal's CPI(ML).
  • 2003 In England, the Local Government Act 2003, repealing controversial anti-gay amendment Section 28, becomes effective
  • 2003 Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rules the state's ban on same-sex marriages is unconstitutional
  • 2004 Russia officially ratifies the Kyoto Protocol.
  • 2007 34th American Music Awards: Fergie, Justin Timberlake & Carrie Underwood win
  • 2007 59th NASCAR Sprint Cup: Jimmie Johnson wins
  • 2007 Roger Federer scores back-to-back season-ending Tennis Masters Cup titles beating Spaniard David Ferrer 6–2, 6–3, 6–2 in the final in Shanghai, China
  • 2011 Former Filipino President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is arrested and held at Veterans Memorial Medical Center in Quezon City under charges of electoral sabotage
  • 2011 "The X Factor" group One Direction release their debut album "Up All Night" in Ireland and the UK
  • 2011 Video game Minecraft is officially released by Mojang
  • 2012 Israeli Gaza rocket strikes kill 80 alleged terrorist targets
  • 2012 Lewis Hamilton wins the 2012 US Formula One Grand Prix
  • 2012 Brad Keselowski wins the 2012 Nascar Sprint Cup
  • 2012 39th American Music Awards: Katy Perry & Justin Bieber win
  • 2012 101st Davis Cup: Czech Republic beats Spain in Prague (3-2)
  • 2013 20 people are killed after a train collides with a minibus in Cairo, Egypt
  • 2014 Jamaica win the 2014 Caribbean Cup in football
  • 2015 French police raid terrorist cell in Saint Denis, killing 2 including the leader of the Paris terror attacks Abdelhamid Abaaoud
  • 2015 2 female suicide bombers aged 18 and 11 blow themselves up in Kano, Nigeria, killing 15 and injuring over 100
  • 2015 "Kangaroo Dundee" wildlife TV series premieres featuring Brolga and Roger the ripped Kangaroo on BBC Two
  • 2017 Shawn Mendes is the first singer under 18 to get three No. 1 singles on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart
  • 2018 21 year old German Alexander Zverev breaks through for a maiden season-ending ATP World Tour Finals tennis title with a 6-4, 6-3 upset win in London over 5-time champion Novak Đoković
  • 2018 Apec Summit in Papa New Guinea fails to produce a joint agreement for first time in two decades after US and China clash on definition of trade
  • 2018 American missionary John Allen Chau killed on forbidden North Sentinel Island, Bay of Bengal by one of world's most isolated tribe

Famous Birthdays on November 18

  • 1522 Lamoral, Count of Egmont, Flemish general and statesman (d. 1568)
  • 1527 Luca Cambiaso, Italian painter/sculptor
  • 1584 Gaspar de Crayer, Flemish painter, born in Antwerp
  • 1630 Eleanor Gonzaga, Empress of the Holy Roman Empire (d. 1686)
  • 1680 Jean-Baptiste Loeillet, composer
  • 1727 Philibert Commerçon, French naturalist (d. 1773)
  • 1736 Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch, composer
  • 1742 Felix Maximo Lopez, composer
  • 1772 Louis Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia Christian, composer
  • 1774 Wilhelmine of Prussia, Queen of the Netherlands (d. 1837)
  • 1781 Felice Blangini, composer
  • 1785 David Wilkie, British artist (d. 1841)
  • 1786 Henry Rowley Bishop, British composer/conductor
  • 1786 Carl Maria von Weber, German romantic composer (Der Freischutz), [or 19]
  • 1787 Sojourner Truth [Isabella Baumfree], African-American abolitionist and feminist, born in Swartekill, New York (d. 1883)
  • 1787 Louis-Jacques Daguerre, French inventor and photographer (daguerreotype), born in Cormeilles-en-Parisis, France (d. 1851)
  • 1803 Cornelius Broere, Dutch priest/poet
  • 1804 Alfonso Ferrero la Marmora, Italian general and statesman (d. 1878)
  • 1808 Antoine-Amable-Elie Elwart, composer
  • 1810 Asa Gray, botanist (Flora of North America), born in Sauquoit, New York
  • 1810 Benjamin Stone Roberts, American Brevet Major General (Union Army), born in Manchester, Vermont (d. 1875)
  • 1812 Jesse Johnson Finley, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), (d. 1904)
  • 1824 Franz Sigel, German teacher, newspaperman, politician and Major General (Union Army), born in Sinsheim, Baden, Germany (d. 1902)
  • 1824 Isham Nicholas Hayne, American lawyer, politician, and Brigadier General (Union Army), born in Dover, Tennessee (d. 1868)
  • 1832 Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld, Swedish explorer (d. 1901)
  • 1835 Americus Vespucius Rice, American politician, banker, and Brigadier General (Union Army), born in Perrysville, Ohio (d. 1904)
  • 1835 Cesare Lombroso, Italian psychiatrist/criminologist
  • 1836 William Schwenck Gilbert, English dramatist, librettist, poet and illustrator (Gilbert & Sullivan), born in London, England
  • 1839 August A Kundt, German physicist (sound vibration, test of Kundt)
  • 1845 John F Mellaerts, Flemish social worker (1st Belgian farm gilde)
  • 1846 Aloys, Liechtenstein nobleman/politician
  • 1856 Nikolai Nikolaevich Romanov, Grand Duke of Russia (d. 1929)
  • 1860 Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Polish composer and 1st premier of Poland (1919), born in Kuryłówka, Russian Empire (d. 1941)
  • 1861 Dorothy Dix, pseudonym of American journalist Elizabeth Meriwether Gilmer (d. 1951)
  • 1863 Richard Dehmel, writer
  • 1869 James E Sullivan, founder (Amateur Athletic Union)
  • 1871 Amadeo Vives, composer
  • 1874 Carrie White, oldest US woman (dies Nov 1990 at 116)
  • 1874 Clarence Shepard Day, American author (Life with Father), born in NYC, New York
  • 1874 Riccardo Martin, composer
  • 1877 Arthur C Pigou, English economist (Wealth & welfare)
  • 1881 Percy Lesueur, hockey player/inventor (large goalie glove)
  • 1882 Amelita Galli-Curci, Italian operatic soprano (Cave of the Winds)
  • 1882 Jacques Maritain, French Catholic philosopher (exponent of St Thomas)
  • 1882 Wyndham Lewis, English author/painter (Tarr, Apes of God)
  • 1883 Carl Vinson, U.S. Congressman (d. 1981)
  • 1888 Frances Marion, American screenwriter and actress (Pollyanna), born in San Francisco, California (d. 1973)
  • 1889 Maria Realino, [Frederikus Janssen], teacher (Botany of Curacao)
  • 1895 Ernst Levy, Swiss composer, born in Basel (d. 1981)
  • 1897 Jules Buffano, pianist (Jimmy Durante Show), born in St Louis, Missouri
  • 1897 Patrick M S Blackett, British physicist (nuclear reaction, Nobel 1948)
  • 1898 Joris Ivens, Nijmegen Netherlands, director (Rain)
  • 1898 Oswald Erich Sehlbach, composer
  • 1899 Eugene Ormandy [Jenő Blau], Hungarian-American conductor (Philadelphia Orchestra 1936-80), born in Budapest (d. 1985)
  • 1900 Constantin Alajalov, Russian artist (Ditters & Jitters)
  • 1900 Howard Thurman, theologian/author (Deep River, Deep in the Hunger)
  • 1900 George Kistiakowsky, Ukrainian-American Chemist who helped develop the first atomic bomb (Manhattan Project), but later opposed 1901 George Gallup, American survey sampling pioneer and inventor of the Gallup poll, born in Jefferson, Iowa (d. 1984)
  • 1901 Craig Wood, American golfer (US Masters, US Open 1941), born in Lake Placid, NY (d. 1968)
  • 1902 Barbara Giuranna, composer
  • 1902 Jorgen Nielsen, Danish author (regional novels)
  • 1903 Lillian Fuchs, composer
  • 1904 Guido Santorsola, composer
  • 1904 Theodore DN Besterman, British bibliographer
  • 1904 Jean Paul Lemieux, Quebec painter (d. 1990)
  • 1906 George Wald, American physiologist and biologist (Nobel Prize 1967, vitamin A in retina), born in NYC, New York (d. 1997)
  • 1906 Klaus Mann, German/American author (Mephisto)/son of Thomas Mann
  • 1906 Alec Issigonis, Greek-British car designer (Mini), born in Smyrna, Ottoman Empire (d. 1988)
  • 1907 Halldis Vesaas-Moren, Norwegian author/poetess
  • 1907 Compay Segundo, Cuban musician (Buena Vista Social Club) (d. 2003)
  • 1908 Imogene Coca, comedienne (Your Show of Shows, Grindl), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1909 Johnny Mercer, American lyricist (Moon River, Old Black Magic), born in Savannah, Georgia (d. 1976)
  • 1910 Friedrich Weinreb, Polish/Neth theologist/economist
  • 1911 Attilio Bertolucci, Italian poet and writer (d. 2000)
  • 1912 Arthur Peterson, American actor (Soap, Mission: Impossible, Crisis), born in Mandan, North Dakota (d. 1996)
  • 1912 Jaap Meijer, [Saul van Messel], Dutch historian/rabbi in Paramaribo
  • 1915 Ken Burkhart, American baseball player and umpire (d. 2004)
  • 1916 James L Lyons, jazz promoter
  • 1918 Tasker Watkins, Welsh World War II hero (d. 2007)
  • 1919 Jocelyn Brando, American actress (The Big Heat, Ugly American, China Venture), born in San Francisco, California (d. 2005)
  • 1920 Alfred William Bedford, test pilot
  • 1920 Louis Alfred Mennini, composer
  • 1920 Mustafa Khalil, Prime Minister of Egypt (d. 2008)
  • 1921 Peter Pocklington, NHL team owner (Edmonton Oiler)
  • 1922 Luis Somoza Debayle, President of Nicaragua (1956-63), born in León, Nicaragua (d. 1967)
  • 1922 Marjorie Gestring, American springboard diver (Olympic gold 1936)
  • 1922 Viktor Afanasiev, editor (Pravda)
  • 1922 Al Dvorin, American Elvis Presley concert announcer (d. 2004)
  • 1923 Ted Stevens, American politician
  • 1923 Alan Shepard, American astronaut and 1st American in space, born in Derry, New Hampshire (d. 1998)
  • 1924 Alexander Mackenzie Stuart, Scottish jurist (d. 2000)
  • 1925 Alex Macintosh, broadcaster/actor (Hell Fight)
  • 1925 William Mayer, American composer (A Death in the Family, Brief Candle), born in Manhattan, New York (d. 2017)
  • 1926 Dorothy Collins [Marjorie Chandler], Canadian-American singer and actress (Your Hit Parade), born in Windsor, Ontario (d. 1994)
  • 1926 Kim Besly, Peace activist (Greenham Common) (d. 1996)
  • 1926 Estanislao Basora, Spanish footballer (The Monster of Colombes, 22 caps for Spain, 301 matches for Barcelona), born in Barcelona, Catalonia (d. 2012)
  • 1927 Lawrence Kenneth Moss, composer
  • 1927 Hank Ballard, American musician (d. 2003)
  • 1927 Eldar Ryazanov, Russian film director and screenwriter (A Cruel Romance), born in Kuybyshev, USSR (d. 2015)
  • 1928 Mickey Mouse, Disney cartoon strip character
  • 1928 Otar Gordeli, Georgian composer
  • 1929 William Joseph "Pete" Knight, astronaut/test pilot (X-15)
  • 1932 Nasif Estéfano, Argentine racing driver {d. 1973)
  • 1933 Jacques Charpentier, composer
  • 1934 Vassilis Vassilikos, Greek writer and ambassador
  • 1935 Frank Joseph Kofsky, teacher/writer
  • 1935 Rudolf Bahro, German dissident (d. 1997)
  • 1935 Rodney Hall, Australian author
  • 1936 Don E Cherry, US jazz trumpeter
  • 1936 Hank Ballard, American rocker (The Twist (pre Chubby Checker), born in Detroit, Michigan
  • 1937 Rajinder Pal, cricketer (pace bowler in one Test India v England, 0-22)
  • 1938 Karl Schranz, Austrian slalom (Olympic-1968)
  • 1939 Brenda Vaccaro, American actress (Cactus Flower, Sara, Paper Dolls), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • 1939 John Cheek, Falkland Islands advocate
  • 1939 Margaret Atwood, Canadian author/poet, born in Ottawa, Ontario
  • 1939 Tom Johnson, American composer (Nine Bells), born in Greeley, Colorado
  • 1940 Qaboos bin Said al Said, Omani politician and Sultan of Oman (1970-present), born in Salalah, Oman
  • 1941 David Hemmings, English actor (Blow-up, Barbarella) and co-founder of Hemdale Film Corporation, born in Guildford, England (d. 2003)
  • 1942 Jeffrey Siegel, pianist (Chicago Symphony), born in Chicago, Illinois
  • 1942 Linda Evans, actress (Dynasty, Big Valley, Beach Blanket Bingo), born in Hartford, Connecticut
  • 1942 Susan Sullivan, American actress (Dharma & Greg, Falcon Crest), born in NYC, New York
  • 1945 Glen Walken, American actor (Leave it to Larry), born in Queens, New York City
  • 1945 Wilma Mankiller, Native American activist, 1st woman chief of the Cherokee Nation, born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma (d. 2010)
  • 1946 Alan Dean Foster, American sci-fi author (Midworld, Flinx in Flux)
  • 1946 Amanda Lear, French singer (or 1939, possible date only)
  • 1947 Jameson Parker, actor (American Justice, Simon & Simon), born in Baltimore, Maryland
  • 1948 Andrea Marcovicci, American actress (Gloria-Berrengers, Fran-Trapper John), born in NYC, New York
  • 1948 Jack Tatum, American NFL defensive back (Raiders), born in Cherryville, North Carolina
  • 1948 Ural Nazibovich Sultanov, Russian cosmonaut
  • 1949 Bonnie St Claire, [Cornelia Swart], Dutch singer (Tame me Tiger)
  • 1949 Ted Sator, NHL coach (NY Rangers, Buffalo Sabres), born in Utica, New York
  • 1950 Graham Parker, British musician (Squeezing Out Sparks - Mercury Poisoning) born in London, England
  • 1950 Rudy Sarzo, Cuban bass guitarist
  • 1950 Eric Pierpoint, American actor
  • 1951 Mark N Brown, Valparaiso In, Major USAF/astronaut (STS 28, 48, 66)
  • 1951 Justin Raimondo, American author
  • 1952 Delroy Lindo, actor (Get Shorty, Ransom)
  • 1952 Peter Beattie, Australian politician
  • 1953 Kevin Nealon, actor (SNL, Hot Shot, Coneheads), born in Bridgeport, Connecticut
  • 1953 Alan Moore, British comic book writer and novelist
  • 1954 Guy Innes-Ker duke of Roxburghe, English large landowner
  • 1954 John Parr, British pop singer (St. Elmo's Fire), born in Worksop, Nottinghamshire
  • 1954 Evan Gray, New Zealand cricketer
  • 1955 Carter Burwell, American composer
  • 1955 Jake Brockman, British musician (Echo and the Bunnymen), born in Borneo (d. 2009)
  • 1956 Tony Franklin, NFL kicker (Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots)
  • 1956 Warren Moon, NFL quarterback (Houston Oilers, Seahawks, Vikings)
  • 1956 Noel Brotherston, Northern Irish footballer (d. 1995)
  • 1957 Jenny Burton, American rocker (Nobody Loves Me Like You Do), born in NYC, New York
  • 1957 Seán Mac Falls, Irish-born poet
  • 1957 J.C. Watts (Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma's 4th district, in office Jan 3, 1995 - Jan 3, 2003
  • 1958 Oscar Nunez, Cuban American actor
  • 1959 Jimmy Quinn, Northern Irish footballer and football manager
  • 1960 Elizabeth Perkins, American actress (About Last Night, Big), born in Queens, New York
  • 1960 Kim Wilde, English pop singer (Kids in America, You Keep Me Hanging On), born in London
  • 1961 Janice Lynn Kuehnemund, rocker (Vixen-Rev It Up), born in Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • 1961 Steven Moffat, Scottish TV writer and producer (Doctor Who, Sherlock), born in Paisley, Scotland
  • 1962 Jamie Moyer, Sellersville PA, pitcher (Boston Red Sox)
  • 1962 Kirk Hammett, US heavy-metal guitarist (Metallica-Master of Puppets)
  • 1962 Vladimir Vladimirovich Karashtin, Russian cosmonaut
  • 1963 Dante Bichette, outfielder (Colorado Rockies), born in West Palm Beach, Florida
  • 1963 Peter Schmeichel, Danish footballer
  • 1963 Len Bias, American basketball player (Boston Celtics pick for 1986 draft), born in Landover, Maryland (d. 1986)
  • 1964 Seth Joyner, NFL linebacker (Ariz, Green Bay Packers-Super Bowl 31)
  • 1965 Mark Petkovsek, pitcher (St Louis Cardinals), born in Beaumont, Texas
  • 1966 Ron Coomer, Crest Hill IL, infielder (Minnesota Twins)
  • 1966 Jorge Camacho, Spanish poet
  • 1967 Jocelyn Lemieux, Mont Laurier, NHL right wing (Calgary Flames)
  • 1967 Tom Gordon, Sebring FL, pitcher (Boston Red Sox)
  • 1968 Gary Sheffield, outfielder (Florida Marlins), born in Tampa, Florida
  • 1968 Mel Stewart, American swimmer (Olympic gold 1992), born in Gastonia, North Carolina
  • 1968 Milica Vukadinovic, WNBA guard (Charlotte Sting)
  • 1968 Barry Hunter, Northern Irish footballer and manager
  • 1968 Romany Malco, American actor and music producer
  • 1968 Owen Wilson, American actor (Meet the Parents, Zoolander), born in Dallas, Texas
  • 1969 Lee Anne Ketcham, female pitcher (Silver Bullets), born in Tallahassee, Florida
  • 1969 Raghib Ismail, American NFL wide receiver/kick returner (Oakland Raiders), born in Elizabeth, New Jersey
  • 1969 Sam Cassell, American NBA guard (NJ Nets, Houston Rockets), born in Baltimore, Maryland
  • 1969 Duncan Sheik, American singer (Barely Breathing), born in Monclair, New Jersey
  • 1969 Ahmed Helmy, Egyptian actor (Aboud Ala El Hodoud), born in Banha, Egypt
  • 1970 Allen Watson, American baseball pitcher (SF Giants), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • 1970 Phil Buckman, actor (Slash-Drexell's Class), born in Queens, New York
  • 1970 Toby Wright, safety (St Louis Rams)
  • 1970 Elizabeth Anne Allen, American actress
  • 1970 Mike Epps, American actor
  • 1970 Megyn Kelly, American television news anchor and journalist (Fox News, NBC), born in Champaign, Illinois
  • 1970 Johan Liiva, Sweden vocalist (Arch Enemy)
  • 1970 Peter Dutton, Australian politician, Minister for Home Affairs (2017-18), born in Brisbane, Australia
  • 1972 Jason Arnberger, cricketer (NSW opening batsman 1994-95 -)
  • 1972 Jessi Alexander, American country music singer/songwriter
  • 1972 Robert Shapiro, American politician/humorist
  • 1973 Steve Christopher Petree, Oklahoma, rocker (PC Quest-Can You See)
  • 1974 Christian Schmidt, actor (Mullers Baro)
  • 1974 Chloë Sevigny, American actress
  • 1975 Jason Williams, American basketball player
  • 1975 Anthony McPartlin, British actor and television presenter (Ant and Dec), born in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England
  • 1975 Shawn Camp, American baseball player
  • 1975 David Ortiz, Dominican American MLB player (Boston Red Sox), born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • 1976 Shagrath, Norwegian singer (Dimmu Borgir)
  • 1976 Mona Zaki, Egyptian Actress
  • 1977 Trent Barrett, Australian rugby league footballer
  • 1977 Fabolous, American rapper
  • 1978 Damien Johnson, Northern Irish footballer
  • 1980 François Duval, Belgian rally driver
  • 1980 Junichi Okada, Japanese singer (V6)
  • 1980 Dustin Kensrue, American Singer/Songwriter (Thrice)
  • 1980 Luke Chadwick, English footballer
  • 1981 Christina Vidal, American actress
  • 1981 Gian Magdangal, Filipino singer and actor
  • 1983 Jon Johansen, Norwegian software developer
  • 1983 Travis Buck, American baseball player
  • 1984 Johnny Christ, American musician (Avenged Sevenfold)
  • 1984 Ryohei Chiba, Japanese singer
  • 1985 Christian Siriano, American fashion designer and Project Runway winner (season 4), born in Annapolis, Maryland
  • 1985 Allyson Felix, American athlete (6-time Olympic gold 200m/400m/relays 2008, 12, 16), born in Los Angeles, California
  • 1986 Nic Sampson, New Zealand actor
  • 1988 Jeffrey Jordan, American college basketball player; son of Michael Jordan
  • 1988 Montanna Thompson, English actress
  • 1992 Nathan Kress, American actor

Famous Deaths on November 18

  • 942 Odo van Cluny, 2nd abbott of Cluny (924-42), dies
  • 1154 Adélaide de Maurienne, wife of Louis VI of France (b. 1092)
  • 1170 Albrecht I "Bear", 1st margrave of Brandenburg (1150-70), dies at 70
  • 1305 John II, Duke of Brittany (b. 1239)
  • 1559 Cuthbert Tunstall, English churchman (b. 1474)
  • 1590 George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, English statesman (b. 1528)
  • 1603 Elisabeth van Nassau, daughter of Willem & Juliana van Stolberg, dies at 61
  • 1630 Esaias van der Velde, Dutch painter, buried
  • 1678 Giovanni Maria Bononcini, composer, dies at 36
  • 1724 Bartolomeu de Gusmão, Portuguese naturalist (b. 1685)
  • 1771 Giuseppe de Majo, Italian composer and organist, dies at 73
  • 1785 Louis Philip I, Duke of Orléans, French soldier and writer (b. 1725)
  • 1797 Jacques-Alexandre Laffon de Ladebat, French shipbuilder and merchant (b. 1719)
  • 1814 William Jessop, British civil engineer (b. 1745)
  • 1822 Anton Teyber, Austrian composer, dies at 66
  • 1827 Wilhelm Hauff, German writer, dies at 24
  • 1841 Georg Christoph Grosheim, German composer, dies at 77
  • 1851 Ernst August, duke of Cumberland/king of Hanover (1837-51), dies at 80
  • 1852 Anton Bernhard Furstenau, composer, dies at 60
  • 1854 Edward Forbes, English Naturalist and pioneer in the field of biogeography, dies of an illness at 39
  • 1883 Wilhelm Siemens, German/British physicist (steam engine), dies
  • 1886 Chester A. Arthur, 21st President of the United States (1881-85), dies at 57
  • 1887 Eduard Marxsen, German pianist and composer, dies at 81
  • 1887 Gustav Fechner, German psychologist and physicist (Weber–Fechner law), dies at 86
  • 1887 Heinrich Panofka, German violist and composer, dies at 80
  • 1889 William Allingham, Irish poet (Day & Night Songs), dies at 68
  • 1904 Justus van Maurik, Dutch author and cigar manufacturer, dies at 58
  • 1909 Renee Vivien, British-born poet, wrote in French, dies at 32
  • 1917 Henry Spiekman, social-democratic politician, dies at 43
  • 1918 Reggie Schwartz, South African cricketer (55 wickets for South Africa), dies at 43
  • 1919 Ferdinand Domela Newenhouse, anarchist (free socialist), dies
  • 1919 Adolf Hurwitz, German mathematician (Riemann–Hurwitz formula), dies at 60
  • 1922 Marcel Proust, French intellectual and author (Recherche du Temps Perdu), dies at 51
  • 1929 Henricus van de Wetering, Archbishop of Utrecht (1895-1929), dies at 78
  • 1941 Walter H Nernst, German chemist (Nobel Prize 1920), dies at 77
  • 1941 Chris Watson, third Prime Minister of Australia (Labour Party), dies at 74
  • 1941 Émile Nelligan, Quebec poet (b. 1879)
  • 1941 Walther Hermann Nernst, Prussian physicist and chemist (Nobel 1920), dies at 77
  • 1946 Donald Meek, Scottish actor (Stage Fair, Stagecoach), dies at 86
  • 1946 John King, cricketer (scored 60 & 4 in only Test Eng v Aus 1909), dies
  • 1946 Johnny Lush, American MLB pitcher (2 no-hitters), dies at 61
  • 1950 Gerardus van de Lion, Dutch minister of Education, dies at 60
  • 1951 Johan van Maarseveen, Dutch Minister of Justice and Internal minister, dies at 57
  • 1951 Vaclav Kalik, composer, dies at 60
  • 1951 Will Vodery, African-American composer, dies at 66
  • 1952 Paul Éluard, French communist and poet, dies at 56
  • 1958 Sivert Samuelson, cricketer (one Test South Africa v England 1910), dies
  • 1959 Arthur Q Bryan, American voice actor, comedian and radio personality (Beulah, The Devil Bat), dies from a heart attack at 60
  • 1959 Aleksandr Yakovlevich Khinchin, Russian mathematician, dies at 65
  • 1962 Luc Haesaerts, Flemish art critic (Flandre), dies at 63
  • 1962 Niels Bohr, Danish physicist who expanded quantum physics (Nobel Prize 1922), dies at 77
  • 1965 Henry A Wallace, VP (1941-45)/founder (Progressive Party), dies at 77
  • 1966 Bela Tardos, Hungarian composer, dies at 56
  • 1966 Jean Peugeot, French auto manufacturer, dies
  • 1968 Walter Wanger, US producer (Cleopatra), dies at 74
  • 1969 Joseph P. Kennedy, father of JFK, RFK, TMK, dies in Hyannis Port, at 81
  • 1969 Leon Jongen, Belgian composer, dies at 85
  • 1969 Ted Heath, British musician and bandleader (b. 1902)
  • 1970 Hal Dickinson, American singer (Modernaires), dies at 56
  • 1971 [Herman] Junior Parker, American blues singer and musician (Mystery Train), dies during brain operation at 39
  • 1972 Danny Whitten, rocker, dies of a drug overdose
  • 1972 Segundo Luis Moreno Andrade, composer, dies at 90
  • 1976 Man Ray, American artist (Dada), dies at 86
  • 1977 Victor Francen, Belgian actor (J'Acusse, San Antonio), dies at 89
  • 1977 Kurt Schuschnigg, Austrian politician (Dictator of the Austrian Federal State), dies at 79
  • 1978 Jim Jones, US pastor, leader of Jonestown Cult, commits suicide at 47
  • 1978 Leo J Ryan, (Rep-Cal) & 4 killed in Jonestown, Guyana by members of Peoples Temple, followed by ritual mass suicide of 914 members
  • 1978 Lennie Tristano, American jazz pianist (The New Tristano), dies of a heart attack at 59
  • 1978 Leo Ryan, American politician (Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California), assassinated at 53 in Jonestown, Guyana
  • 1979 Freddie Fitzsimmons, baseball player (b. 1901)
  • 1980 Conn Smythe, NHL coach 1927-1931 (b. 1895)
  • 1982 Donald Dillaway, actor (Min & Bill, Platinum Blonde), dies at 78
  • 1982 Heinar Kipphardt, German writer and playwright (In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer), dies at 60
  • 1984 Mary Hamman, American writer and editor (Pictorial Review, Good Housekeeping), dies at 77
  • 1986 Gia Carangi, American model (AIDS) (b. 1960)
  • 1987 Jacques Anquetil, French road cyclist (Tour de France 1957, 61-64; first 5-time winner), dies of stomach cancer at 53
  • 1989 Henry de Vries, painter/poet (Toovertuin), dies
  • 1990 Peter Schilperoort, saxophonist/clarinetist, dies
  • 1991 Gustav Husak, president of Czechoslovakia (1975-89), dies at 78
  • 1992 Dorothy Kirsten, American operatic soprano (Time to Sing, Chevy Show), dies from stroke at 82
  • 1992 Herman Musaph, psychiatrist/sexologist/co-founder (NVSH), dies
  • 1992 Superman, fictional character, killed by Doomsday at 54
  • 1993 Fritz Feld, German actor (Jack Benny Show, At the Circus, Errand Boy, Promises Promises), dies at 93
  • 1994 Cab[ell] Calloway, US band leader/actor (Missourians), dies at 86
  • 1994 Christopher Joyce, British photographer, dies at 51
  • 1994 Michael [George] Somes, English dancer (Royal Ballet), dies at 77
  • 1995 Miron Grindea, literary editor, dies at 86
  • 1995 Ted Sannella, square dance caller, dies of cancer
  • 1996 David Herbert, publisher, dies at 69
  • 1996 John Vassall, British spy and civil servant (spied for Soviet Union), dies at 72
  • 1996 Douglas Guest, British organist (For the Fallen), dies at 80
  • 1997 Joyce Wethered, British golfer (English Ladies' champion 1920–24), dies at 96
  • 1998 Norma Connolly, American actress (Ruby Anderson-General Hospital, The Young Marrieds), dies at 71
  • 1999 Patrick Bowles, American writer and translator, dies at 88
  • 1999 Paul Bowles, American novelist (The Sheltering Sky ), dies at 88
  • 1999 Doug Sahm, American country singer (Texas Tornadoes-Dinero), dies at 58
  • 2002 James Coburn, American actor (Our Man Flint, Magnificent Seven), dies at 74
  • 2003 Michael Kamen, American composer and arranger (film scores to Brazil and Mr. Holland's Opus; Pink Floyd), dies from a heart attack at 55
  • 2003 Ken Brett, American baseball player, dies at 55
  • 2004 Cy Coleman [Seymour Kaufman], American songwriter (Witchcraft, Sweet Charity), dies at 75
  • 2005 Harold J Stone, American actor (Spartacus, The Wrong Man), dies at 92
  • 2009 Red Robbins, American basketball player (b. 1944)
  • 2009 Bill Narum, American artist and counter-culture figure (ZZ Top band artist), dies at 62
  • 2010 Brian G. Marsden, British astronomer (b. 1937)
  • 2011 Walt Hazzard, American basketball player (Olympic gold 1964), dies at 69
  • 2012 Elena Donaldson-Akhmilovskaya, Russian Woman Grandmaster of chess, dies from brain cancer at 55
  • 2015 Jonah Lomu, New Zealand rugby union winger (youngest ever All Black, 63 internationals), dies of a heart attack linked to kidney disease at 40
  • 2015 Mal Whitfield, American track athlete (Olympic 3 gold, silver & bronze 1948, 52), dies at 91
  • 2015 Jim Slater, British financier and writer, dies at 86
  • 2016 Denton Cooley, American heart surgeon (1st artifical heart transplant), dies at 96
  • 2016 Sharon Jones, American soul singer (Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings), dies of cancer at 60
  • 2017 Gillian Rolton, Australian equestrian (Summer Olympics 1992, 1996- gold), dies from endometrial cancer at 61
  • 2017 Mother Flawless Sabrina [Jack Doroshow], American LGBT activist and drag queen who was a pioneer for transgender people and drag queens, dies at 78
  • 2018 Jerry Frankel, American Broadway producer, dies at 88

Famous Weddings on November 18

  • 1794 2nd Earl Grey Charles Grey (30) weds only daughter of 1st Baron Ponsonby Mary Elizabeth Ponsonby
  • 1948 KFC founder Colonel Sanders (58) weds his long-time employee Claudia Price
  • 1952 "Rock Around The Clock" rock 'n' roll pioneer Bill Haley (27) weds second wife Barbara Cupchak
  • 1962 Singer Barry White (18) weds childhood sweetheart Betty Smith
  • 1966 MLB baseball player Hank Greenberg (55) weds actress Mary Jo Tarola
  • 1966 Writer Jack Kerouac (44) weds Stella Sampas
  • 1995 Prince Joachim of Denmark (26) weds first wife Alexandra Christina Manley (31) at the Frederiksborg Palace Church in Denmark
  • 2000 "Queen" guitarist Brian May (53) weds "EastEnders" actress Anita Dobson (51) in a civil ceremony at Richmond Register Office
  • 2000 Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones (31) weds actor/producer Michael Douglas (56) at the Plaza Hotel in New York City
  • 2006 American film actor and producer Tom Cruise (44) weds actress Katie Holmes (27) at Odescalchi Castle, Bracciano, Italy
  • 2010 Cricketer Glenn McGrath (40) weds interior designer Sara Leonardi in Cronulla, New South Wales


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