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1897 – John Laurie, actor (Devil Girl from Mars)

John Laurie "right) in Devil Girl from Mars

John Laurie (right) in Devil Girl from Mars

1901 – Ed Begley, actor (The Invaders)
1908 – Dan White, actor (Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter, Twilight Zone, Attack of the Giant Leeches, Adventures of Superman)

1915 – Dick Winslow, actor (The Incredible Hulk, Man from Atlantis, Embryo, My Favorite Martian, The Atomic Kid)
1916 – Jean Rogers, actress (Flash Gordon, Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars)



1920 – Patrick Troughton, actor (Doctor Who, Space: 1999, Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell, Out of the Unknown, Doomwatch, H.G.Wells’ Invisible Man)

Patrick Troughton as Doctor Who

Patrick Troughton as Doctor Who

1922 – Bruno VeSota, actor (The Wasp Woman, Attack of the Giant Leeches, Creature of the Walking Dead, Invasion of the Star Creatures, War of the Satellites)
1924 – Roberts Blossom, actor, d @ 87 8 July 2011 (The Twilight Zone[1980s], Tales from the Darkside, Resurrection, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Slaughterhouse-Five)
1929 – Kenneth Haigh, actor (Journey to the Unknown, Twilight Zone)

1937 – Sylvia Anderson, writer (Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons from Mars, Space:1999, UFO, Joe 90, Stingray, Fireball XL5)


1938 – Hoyt Axton, actor (Space Case, Endangered Species, The Bionic Woman)
1939 – D.C. Fontana, writer (Star Trek, Babylon 5, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Logan’s Run, The Six Million Dollar Man)

1942 – Paul Michael Glaser, actor (The Running Man)
1942 – Jacqueline Lichtenberg, sci-fi author (Star Trek Lives!, Dreamspy)
1942 – Richard O’Brien, actor (Dark City, Tales of the Fourth Dimension, Flash Gordon)
1948 – Bonnie Bedelia, actress (The Outer Limits)

1950 – Robert O’Reilly, actor (Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: DS9, Max Headroom, Otherworld, Manimal. Voyagers!, The Incredible Hulk)

Robert O'Reilly in Star Trek

Robert O’Reilly in Star Trek

1953 – Mary Gross, actress (Tremors 3: Back to Perfection, Lois & Clark)
1953 – It Came from Outer Space, directed by Jack Arnold from an initial screen treatment by Ray Bradbury, opens, presaging the monster B-movie renaissance of the 1950s. It is the first 3-D film released by Universal.
1956 – Worlds Without End released
1958 – James McDaniel, actor (Stargate SG-1)

1960 – Peter O’Brien, actor (Doctor Who, The Lost World, Time Trax)
1960 – Brenda Strong, actress (Starship Troopers, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Star Trek: TNG, Spaceballs, Misfits of Science)
1961 – John Stockwell, actor (Radioactive Dreams, My Science Project
1961 – Fred Goss, actor (ALF)
1962 – Marcia Cross, actress (The Outer Limits, Target Earth, M.A.N.T.I.S.
1965 – Sarah Jessica Parker, actress (Mars Attacks!, Flight of the Navigator)


1966 – Colin Campbell, actor, d @ 83 (Twilight Zone, The Lost World, Adventures of Superman)
1967 – Chip Joslin, actor (Humans vs Zombies)
1968 – Douglas Evans, actor (King of the Rocket Men, Beginning of the End, The Munsters, Moon Pilot, Twilight Zone, The Magnetic Monster, The Invisible Monster)

1970 – Kari Matchett, actress (Invasion, Plague City: SARS in Toronto, Cube, Cube2, Earth: Final Conflict)
1974 – Lark Voorhies, actress (Star Trek: DS9, Small Wonder)
1974 – Otto Waldis, actor, d @ 72 (Unknown World, Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, Adventures of Superman)
1974 – Laz Alonzo, actor (Avatar)
1979 – Lee Pace, actor (Guardians of the Galaxy)

1982 – Sean Faris, actor (Ghost Machine, Smallville)
1988 – Erik Knudsen, actor (Continuum, Beastly)
1989 – Aly Michalka, actress (Phil of the Future, iZombie)

1991 – Seychelle Gabriel, actress (Falling Skies)

2000 – Helen Martin, actress, d @ 90 (Repo Man)
2006 – Richard Fleischer, director, d @ 89 (Soylent Green, Fantastic Voyage)

2184 – Pavel Andreivich Chekov, Leningrad, USSR (StarTrek-character)

It's Pavel Chekov's birthday

It’s Pavel Chekov’s birthday

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