Birth Month Day of 03-14 (Sorted by Birth Date Ascending)
Soundtrack | Batoru rowaiaru
Johann Strauss Sr. was born on March 14, 1804, in Vienna, Austria. His father owned a small inn on the river Danube, and his mother was innkeeper, she died when he was seven years old. Strauss studied music with Johann Polichansky and also was an apprentice of a bookbinder. He joined a string ...
6. King Umberto
King Umberto was born on March 14, 1844 in Turin, Kingdom of Sardinia as Umberto Ranieri Carlo Emanuele Giovanni Maria Ferdinando Eugenio di Savoia. He was married to Queen Margherita. He died on July 29, 1900 in Monza, Italy.
Soundtrack | Batman
Composer of the rousing ragtime classic "A Hot Time in the Old Town", which became the theme song of the Spanish-American War in 1898. (Theodore Roosevelt once conducted the tune and commented that he was "proud to shake the hand of the man who wrote the song that stirred a nation.") Metz ...
Actor | The Million Dollar Mystery
Thomas R. Marshall was born on March 14, 1854 in North Manchester, Indiana, USA as Thomas Riley Marshall. He was an actor, known for The Million Dollar Mystery (1914), Pathé's Weekly, No. 46 (1912) and Pathé's Weekly, No. 11 (1913). He died on June 1, 1925 in Washington, District of ...
12. Mathilda Caspér
Actress | Hemsöborna
Mathilda Caspér was born on March 14, 1859 in Gävle, Gävleborgs län, Sweden as Maria Mathilda Caspér. She was an actress, known for The People of Hemso (1919), Anderssonskans Kalle (1922) and Thora van Deken (1920). She died in June 1934 in Stockholm, Sweden.
13. Kate Blancke
Actress | A Successful Adventure
Kate Blancke was born on March 14, 1860 in Cheltenham, England. She was an actress, known for A Successful Adventure (1918), Heart Strings (1920) and As a Man Lives (1923). She was married to George W. Wilton. She died on June 24, 1942 in East Islip, Long Island, New York, USA.
Producer | The Millionaire Baby
Born into a large Bohemian-Polish family in Chicago on March 14, 1864, William N. Selig was one of the true pioneers of the motion picture industry. Though not widely remembered today, his Selig Polyscope Co. was responsible for many landmark events in early cinema. Among these were construction of...
Actress | Pigmalion
Yevdokiya Turchaninova was a notable Russian actress of Maly Theatre in Moscow.
She was born Yevdokiya Dmitrievna Turchaninova on March 14, 1870, in Russia. She studied acting together with Varvara Ryzhova under A. Lensky at Moscow Theatrical College, graduating in 1892 as an actress. That same year...
21. Clarice Vance
Actress | Daughters of the Night
Clarice Vance was a well known vaudeville headliner from the turn of the century to 1910. Her bio from the Johnson Briscoe 1904 book "The Actors' Birthday Book" states . . . "All lovers of vaudeville, from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Canada Border to Mexico Gulf, are familiar with the ...
24. Mary Carr
Actress | Lights of New York
American character actress famed for roles as mothers. Born in a Philadelphia suburb as Mary Kennevan, she became a schoolteacher, but soon gave it up for work as an actress in touring companies. She married actor William Carr and toured extensively with his company. After the turn of the century, ...
25. Bellenden Powell
Actor | A Prince of Lovers
Bellenden Powell was born on March 14, 1874 in Lambeth, London, England as Francis Farebrother Powell. He was an actor, known for The Life of Lord Byron (1922), Troubled Waters (1936) and The Stolen Favourite (1926). He died in October 1937 in Kingsbridge, Devon, England.
26. W.G. Saunders
Art Director | The Last Hour
W.G. Saunders was born on March 14, 1875 in Lewisham, London, England as William George Saunders. He was an actor and art director, known for The Last Hour (1930), You'd Be Surprised! (1930) and Self Made Lady (1932). He died on March 24, 1945 in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England.
27. Paul Ilg
Writer | Das Menschlein Matthias
Paul Ilg suffered all his life from the stigma of his poor origins. Although he received repeated literary recognition, he could not establish himself permanently in the literary business of his time. He usually lived in difficult financial conditions and was always on the lookout for patrons. This...
29. Ralph Bennett
Actor | The Adventures of Jim Bowie
Ralph Bennett was born on March 14, 1878 in Evanston, Illinois, USA as Ralph Culver Bennett. He was an actor, known for The Adventures of Jim Bowie (1956) and Why Grow Fat Hogs? (1955). He died on March 29, 1959 in Los Angeles County, California, USA.
31. Albert Einstein
Self | Champagne for Caesar
Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Kingdom of Württemberg, to a German Jewish family. He was the son of Pauline (Koch) and Hermann Einstein, a featherbed salesman. Albert began reading and studying science at a young age, and he graduated from a Swiss high school when he was 17. He then attended a ...
Husband E. Kimmel was born on March 14, 1882 in Henderson, Kentucky, USA as Husband Edward Kimmel. He died on May 14, 1968 in Groton, Connecticut, USA.
43. Werner Bernhardy
Writer | Der Glücksjunge
Werner Bernhardy was born on March 14, 1884 in Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. He was an actor and writer, known for Der Glücksjunge (1918), Der Leidensweg des Hainar Rönelund (1920) and Der graue Herr (1918). He died on July 29, 1953 in Berlin, Germany.
45. Daisy Cordell
Actress | Disraeli
Beautiful English brunette star Daisy Cordell born in the mid 1880's. Became a well-known classical theatre performer from 1901. Exquisitley gorgeous English lady who starred in many romantic, adventure and crime movies, often working under the direction of Percy Nash at the Neptune Film Co from ...
46. Hendrik Sartov
Cinematographer | Isn't Life Wonderful
Entered U.S. in 1907 (became a naturalised U.S. citizen in 1926). First work as a portrait photographer. Switched to movie cameras on the advice of star actress Lillian Gish. Regular collaborator with director D.W. Griffith. Both men were adherents of the method of soft focus cinematography. With ...
49. Ernest Borrow
Actor | BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Ernest Borrow was born on March 14, 1886 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England as Ernest James Borrow. He was an actor, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), Treasure Island (1951) and My Brother Jonathan (1948). He died in 1969 in Honiton, Devon, England.