Thomas Haynes Bayly "The rose that all are praising
is not the rose for me."

T. H. Bayly
(10/13/1797 – 04/22/1839)
English writer
"Half the work that is done in this world is to make things appear what they are not." *

Elias Root Beadle
(10/13/1812 – 01/06/1879)
US minister
"Enthusiasms, like stimulants, are often affected by people with small mental ballast."

Minna Antrim
(10/13/1861 – ??/??/1950)
US writer
Austin Phelps "Are you living for the things you are praying for?"

Austin Phelps
(01/07/1820 – 10/13/1890)
US educator, clergy
Cornel Wilde "Acting is not just 'another day, another dollar.' If I hate a script or think it's foolish or in bad taste, I'm miserable."

Cornel Wilde
(10/13/1912 – 10/16/1989)
US actor (died near his birthday)
"In any world menu, Canada must be considered the vichyssoise of nations—it's cold, half-French, and difficult to stir." *

J. Stuart Keate
(10/13/1913 – 03/01/1987)
Canadian journalist
"I was only nineteen but even then I knew there could never be anyone else. I didn't consider myself 'good enough' for her. She made me want to be somebody. We were happy. Or at least I thought we were."

Robert Walker
(10/13/1918 – 08/28/1951)
US actor , on ex-wife Jennifer Jones
Ivo Livi "I think a man can have two, maybe three, affairs while he is married. But three is the absolute maximum. After that, you're cheating."

Yves Montand
(10/13/1921 – 11/09/1991)
Italian-French singer, actor (was married to Simone Signoret)
Leonard Alfred Schneider "Every day, people are straying away from the Church and going back to God."

Lenny Bruce
(10/13/1925 – 08/03/1966)
US comic
Margaret Thatcher "Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren't."

Margaret Thatcher
(10/13/1925 – 04/08/2013)
British Prime Minister (49)
Paul Simon "The thought that life could be better is woven indelibly into our hearts and our brains."

Paul Simon
(10/13/1941 – )
US singer songwriter (was married to Carrie Fisher, married to Edie Brickell; also see Art Garfunkel)
Sammy Hagar "If they called me up, I would puke."

Sammy Hagar
(10/13/1947 – )
US singer (Montrose, Van Halen) , on Van Halen
Jim Samuels "The United States is like the guy at the party who gives cocaine to everyone and still nobody likes him."

Jim Samuels
(10/13/1948 – 07/06/1990)
US comic (Photo by Pat Johnson)
Beverly Johnson "I was supposedly living this glamorous life, but I was crippled by the idea of growing old and where do I go next? The whole age thing—in our industry, it's everything."

Beverly Johnson
(10/13/1952 – )
US supermodel
Marie Osmond "If you're going to be able to look back on something and laugh about it, you might as well laugh about it now."

Marie Osmond
(10/13/1959 – )
US singer (sister of Donny Osmond)
Jerry Rice "I feel like I'm the best, but you're not going to get me to say that."

Jerry Rice
(10/13/1962 – )
US football great
Webb Parmalee Hollenbeck "I don't use a pen. I write with a goose quill dipped in venom."

Clifton Webb
(11/19/1889 – 10/13/1966)
US actor
Ed Sullivan "Tell me, Connie, is your mother still dead?"

Ed Sullivan
(09/28/1901 – 10/13/1974)
US TV host , to Connie Francis
Eleanor Hunt "I made some movies, but lucky for me, I made even better friends." *

Joyce Compton
(01/27/1907 – 10/13/1997)
US actor