Died on this Day
Anniversary Date: 29-Aug
Died on This Day (29-Aug)
Guy David Innes-Ker, 10th Duke of Roxburghe , was a British aristocrat.
Duke of Roxburghe
Janine Charrat was a French dancer and choreographer.
French dancer and choreographer
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Book writer Author ,Novelist ,Novel writer Wayne Walter Dyer was an American self-help and spiritual author and a motivational speaker.
American self-help author
Anne McKnight was an operatic soprano.
Peter James Lenz was a nationally ranked American amateur motorcycle racer.
American motorcycle racer
Leonardus Benjamin Moerdani
Leonardus Benjamin Moerdani was the ABRI Commander from 1983 to 1988 and also served as Indonesia's Minister of Defense and Security.
Indonesian politician and general
Enrique Carreras was a Peruvian-born Argentine film director, screenwriter and film producer, and was one of the most prolific film directors in the history of the Cinema of Argentina.
Evelyn Felisa Ankers was a British-American actress who often played variations on the role of the cultured young leading lady in many American horror films during the 1940s, most notably The Wolf Man opposite Lon Chaney Jr.
John Henry Godfrey
Admiral John Henry Godfrey CB was an officer of the Royal Navy and Royal Indian Navy, specialising in navigation.
Royal Navy admiral
Leon Adolphe Amette was a French Catholic cardinal, and was archbishop of Paris 1908–1920.
Paul Belville Taylor Jr. was an American dancer and choreographer.
American dancer and choreographer
Jerome Silberman , known professionally as Gene Wilder, was an American actor, writer, and filmmaker.
American comic actor in film and theater
Artan Bushati was an Albanian football coach who is most noted for leading the Albania U21 national team between 2005 and 2011.
Benedict "Ben" Gautrey is an English singer-songwriter, formerly the frontman of the band The Cooper Temple Clause.
Barry Cowsill was an American musician and member of the musical group the Cowsills.
Mohamed Hamri , commonly known as Hamri, was a Moroccan painter and author.
Moroccan writer and artist
Solomon Grigor'evich Mikhlin was a Soviet mathematician of who worked in the fields of linear elasticity, singular integrals and numerical analysis: he is best known for the introduction of the symbol of a singular integral operator, which eventually led to the foundation and development of the theory of pseudodifferential operators.
Éamon de Valera
Éamon de Valera was a prominent politician in twentieth-century Ireland.
President of Ireland
Paulino Torres Santos Sr. was a military officer who became the Commanding General of the Philippine Army from May 6 to December 31, 1936.
John Simmons was a pioneer in clothing manufacturing and the founder of Simmons College, a liberal arts women's college in Boston, Massachusetts.