Famous People Born in 1916
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Director, Producer / 1916 -
Actor Kirk Douglas brought his formidable chin and talent to movies like Spartacus and The Bad and the Beautiful. You may also know him as the father of Michael Douglas.
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profile name: Roald Dahl profile occupation: Author
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profile name: Kirk Douglas profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Director, Producer
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profile name: Gregory Peck profile occupation: Actor
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profile name: Jackie Gleason profile occupation: Actor, Comedian
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profile name: Tokyo Rose profile occupation: Radio Personality
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profile name: Walter Cronkite profile occupation: News Anchor, Journalist
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