Henriette-Rosine Bernard Oscar Wilde: "Do you mind if I smoke?"
Sarah Bernhardt: "I don't care if you burn."
(10/22/1844 – 03/26/1923)
French actor
Jerome Horvitz Judge: "Do you swear?"
Curly Howard: "No! But I know all the woids!"
(10/22/1903 – 01/18/1952)
US comic actor (The Three Stooges)
Constance Bennett "A broad with a big future behind her."

Constance Bennett
(10/22/1904 – 07/24/1965)
US actor (sister of Joan Bennett) , on Marilyn Monroe
Paul Cezanne "Don't talk to me of Gauguin. I'd like to wring the fellow's neck."

Paul Cezanne
(01/19/1839 – 10/22/1906)
French painter
Joan de Beauvoir de Havilland "If you keep marrying as I do, you learn everybody's hobby."

Joan Fontaine
(10/22/1917 – 12/15/2013)
Japan-born US actor (sister of Olivia de Havilland) , was married four times
Doris May Tayler "In university they don't tell you that the greater part of the law is learning to tolerate fools."

Doris Lessing
(10/22/1919 – 11/17/2013)
Persia-born English writer
Timothy Leary "There are three side effects of acid. Enhanced long term memory, decreased short term memory, and I forget the third."

Dr. Timothy Leary
(10/22/1920 – 05/31/1996)
US LSD guru
"However we are treated, and however others act, let us act rightly. We do not seek to purchase terms by selling our patriotism."

Lord Edward Carson
(02/09/1854 – 10/22/1935)
Irish statesman
George Horace Lorimer "It is good to have money and the things that money can buy, but it's good too, to check up once in a while and make sure you haven't lost the things money can't buy."

George Lorimer
(10/06/1867 – 10/22/1937)
US editor (Saturday Evening Post)
Catherine Fabienne Dorléac "A star remains pinned on a wall in the public imagination."

Catherine Deneuve
(10/22/1943 – )
French actor (was married to David Bailey)
Jeff Goldblum "No matter how you travel, it's still you going."

Jeff Goldblum
(10/22/1952 – )
US actor (was married to Geena Davis)
Bob Odenkirk "All people are sad clowns. That's the key to comedy—and it's a buffer against reality."

Bob Odenkirk
(10/22/1962 – )
US comic actor
Pablo Casals "The child must know that he is a miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn't been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like him."

Pablo Casals
(12/29/1876 – 10/22/1973)
Spanish cellist
Arnold Joseph Toynbee "The supreme accomplishment is to blur the line between work and play."

Arnold Joseph Toynbee
(04/14/1889 – 10/22/1975)
English historian
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi "Discovery consists of seeing what everyone else has seen and thinking what nobody has thought."

Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
(09/16/1893 – 10/22/1986)
Hungarian biochemist (discovered vitamin C)
Rollo May "Artists love to immerse themselves in chaos in order to put it into form, just as God created form out of chaos in Genesis. Forever unsatisfied with the mundane, the apathetic, the conventional, they always push on to newer worlds."

Rollo May
(04/21/1909 – 10/22/1994)
US psychologist
"No pleasure is worth giving up for the sake of two extra years in a geriatric home in Weston-super-Mare."

Kingsley Amis
(04/16/1922 – 10/22/1995)
English writer
Milton Supman "If I had my life to live over, I'd live it over a deli."

Soupy Sales
(01/08/1926 – 10/22/2009)
US actor (father of Tony Sales and Hunt Sales)
"I like to tell people that I finally found something I'm really good at, and that's retirement."

Hank Greenwald
(06/26/1935 – 10/22/2018)
US sports writer, announcer