Celebrity picks for Derby Dead Pool 2010: D


D, Deezer
Born in Los Angeles, California, USA  (exact date unknown)
Rapper and actor, most notably in 'ER'. Born 1965.
[Picture of Deezer D]


D’ora, Daisy Daisy D’ora is no longer with us
Born 26 February 1913  (Upper Swabia, Germany)

Died 12 June 2010  (Altersheim, Bavaria, Germany)

Age at death: 97  (read death notice)
German Baroness who later became a beauty queen, film star and then socialite.
[Picture of Daisy D’ora]


Dahl, Robert
Born 17 December 1915  (Inwood, Ioha, USA)
US political analyst.
[Picture of Robert Dahl]


Dale, Jim
Born 15 August 1935  (Rothwell, Northamptonshire, England)
Actor, one of the few living stars of Carry On, whose Carry On legend status was severly damaged when he appeared in the woeful Carry on Columbus.
[Picture of Jim Dale]


Dall, Evelyn Evelyn Dall is no longer with us
Born 8 January 1918  (New York City, New York, USA)

Died 10 March 2010  (Phoenix, Arizona, USA)

Age at death: 92  (read death notice)
Actress & singer, mainly in musicals on stage or on film. Also a popular singer during WW2.
[Picture of Evelyn Dall]


Daltrey, Roger
Born 1 March 1944  (Hammersmith, London, England)
Rock singer, lead singer of "The Who". Occasional actor as well.
[Picture of Roger Daltrey]


Daly, John
Born 28 April 1966  (Carmichael, California, USA)
Hard drinking, cigarette puffing, high-stake gambling, drug-taking & hugely overweight golfer. Also one of the most popular & most talented golfers of the last 20 years, probably because of all the above...
[Picture of John Daly]


Danese, Shera
Born 9 October 1949  (Hartsdale, New York, USA)
Actress wife of Peter Falk.
[Picture of Shera Danese]


D'Angelo, Beverly
Born 15 November 1951  (Columbus, Ohio, USA)
Actress best known as Ellen Griswold in the 'National Lampoon's Vacation' series of comedies.
[Picture of Beverly D'Angelo]


Daniels, Anthony
Born 21 February 1946  (Salisbury, Wiltshire, England)
Actor - C-3PO in all six 'Star Wars' films.
[Picture of Anthony Daniels]


Daniels, Paul
Born 6 April 1938  (Middlesbrough, England)
Magician and generally ubiquitous light-entertainment TV celebrity, the lowest point in whose career (and let's face it, it has a lot of competition) was probably presenting the late 1980s kids' TV programme 'Wizbit'. An eight-foot rabbit named Willy and a three-foot cone-shaped creature starring alongside a four-foot toupée-wearing conjuror...truly, truly dreadful.
[Picture of Paul Daniels]


Daniels, William
Born 31 March 1927  (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
Actor, best known as the acerbic voice of KITT in the 1980s TV series 'Knight Rider'.
[Picture of William Daniels]


Dankworth, Sir Johnny Sir Johnny Dankworth is no longer with us
Born 20 September 1927  (Woodford, Essex, England)

Died 6 February 2010  (London, England)

Age at death: 82  (read death notice)
Jazz musician, composer & saxophone player. Formed celebrated musical partnership with his wife Cleo Laine.
[Picture of Sir Johnny Dankworth]


Danson, Ted
Born 29 December 1947  (San Diego, California, USA)
Actor, still best known for the role of Sam Malone in the long-running sitcom 'Cheers' .
[Picture of Ted Danson]


Darrieux, Danielle
Born 1 May 1917  (Bordeaux, France)
French singer & movie actress, who made some films in America.
[Picture of Danielle Darrieux]


Darrow, Henry
Born 15 September 1933  (New York City, New York, USA)
Puerto-Rican American actor best known for his role as Manolito Montoya in 'The High Chaparral'.
[Picture of Henry Darrow]


Dasari, Sree
Born 16 January 1984  (India)
Contestant in the 2009 UK edition of the reality gameshow 'Big Brother'.
[Picture of Sree Dasari]


David, Hal (Died in 2012)
Born 25 May 1921  (New York, New York, USA)
Lyricist & songwriter, often teaming up with Burt Bacharach.
[Picture of Hal David]


Davies, Barry
Born 24 October 1937  (London, England)
Sports commentator for the BBC since 1969, Davies has commentated on a whole of sports including tennis, gymnastics, hockey and ice skating. Still primarily known as a football commentator on 'Match of the Day'.
[Picture of Barry Davies]


Davies, Windsor
Born 28 August 1930  (Canning Town, London, England)
English-born but Welsh-bred thespian who over-acted his way through dreadful '70s sitcom "It Ain't Half Hot, Mum" and the cringeworthy "Never The Twain".
[Picture of Windsor Davies]


Davis, Al (Died in 2011)
Born 4 July 1929  (Brockton, Massachusetts, USA)
Owner of NFL's Oakland Raiders.
[Picture of Al Davis]


Davis, Ann B.
Born 3 May 1926  (Schenectady, New York, USA)
Veteran film actress.
[Picture of Ann B. Davis]


Davis, Clive
Born 4 April 1932  (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
Music producer, founder & long time head of Arista Records.
[Picture of Clive Davis]


Davis, Warwick
Born 3 February 1970  (Epsom, Surrey, England)
One of the UK's best known dwarf actors - starred in "Return of the Jedi", "Harry Potter", "Chronicles of Narnia" amongst many others.
[Picture of Warwick Davis]


Dawn, Liz
Born 8 November 1939  (Leeds, Yorkshire, England)
Star of Coronation Street for many years, playing gobby fishwife Vera Duckworth. Diagnosed with emphysema in 2004.
[Picture of Liz Dawn]


Dawson, Richard (Died in 2012)
Born 20 November 1932  (Gosport, Hampshire, England)
British born, American game show-host & actor; "Hogan's Heroes" etc.
[Picture of Richard Dawson]


Day, Doris
Born 3 April 1924  (Cincinnati, Ohio, USA)
One of America's most prolific actresses of the 1950s and '60s, born Doris Mary Ann von Kappelhoff. After the death of her third husband, Marty Melcher, in 1968, she quit movies and turned to television and later to animal welfare.
[Picture of Doris Day]


De Duve, Christian (Died in 2013)
Born 2 October 1917  (Thames Ditton, Surrey, England)
British born, but Belgian cytologist and biochemist.
[Picture of Christian De Duve]


de Havilland, Olivia
Born 1 July 1916  (Tokyo, Japan)
Sister of Joan Fontaine, but hasn't spoken to her since 1942. Actress who picked up the award-winning parts, largely as she wasn't the most glamorous girl on the block. Now retired and living in France.
[Picture of Olivia de Havilland]


De Jong, Piet
Born 3 April 1915  (Apeldoorn, Netherlands)
Former Prime Minister of the Netherlands between 1967 & 1971.
[Picture of Piet De Jong]


de Juana Chaos, José Ignacio
Born 21 September 1955  (Guipzcoa, Spain)
Wackily-named member of the Basque terrorist group ETA, currently serving a 96-year prison sentence. Has a propensity for going on hunger strikes.
[Picture of José Ignacio de Juana Chaos]


de Klerk, F. W.
Born 18 March 1936  (Johannesburg, South Africa)
Former President of South Africa from 1989-1994.
[Picture of F. W. de Klerk]


de la Billière, Sir Peter
Born 29 April 1934  (Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England)
Former director of the SAS and Commmander-in-Chief of British forces in the Gulf War of 1991.
[Picture of Sir Peter de la Billière]


De Laurentiis, Dino Dino De Laurentiis is no longer with us
Born 8 August 1919  (Torre Annunziata, Campania, Italy)

Died 10 November 2010  (Los Angeles, California, USA)

Age at death: 91  (read death notice)
Film producer who, inbetween working on an incredible number of absolute turkeys and bankrupting two movie studios, has also managed to be responsible for a number of box office successes, including 'King Kong', 'Flash Gordon' and 'Hannibal'. Worked in partnership with Carlo Ponti for a while in the 1950s.
[Picture of Dino De Laurentiis]


De Niro, Robert
Born 17 August 1943  (New York, New York, USA)
Big-name Hollywood actor, whose 60 or so films since the one which made his name ('Taxi Driver', 1976) have included numerous smash hits, plus a few, such as 'The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle', where he'd have been better advised to file the script in the bin.
[Picture of Robert De Niro]


de Oliveira, Manoel
Born 12 January 1908  (Oporto, Portugal)
Portuguese film director.
[Picture of Manoel de Oliveira]


Dean, John
Born 14 October 1938  (Akron, Ohio, USA)
Former White House Counsel to Richard Nixon. Became deeply involved in the Watergate Scandal. Now an author & politicial activist.
[Picture of John Dean]


Dee, Ruby
Born 27 October 1924  (Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
Film actress & playwright (amongst other credits), the widow of actor Ossie Davis.
[Picture of Ruby Dee]


Defen, Yao (Died in 2012)
Born 15 July 1972  (Liuan, Anhui, Shucheng, PR of China)
Tallest woman in the world, who has suffered numerous health problems as a result of her 7ft, 8 inch frame.
[Picture of Yao Defen]


Deford, Frank
Born 16 December 1938  (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)
US sports journalist.
[Picture of Frank Deford]


Del Rubio, Milly (Died in 2011)
Born 23 August 1921  (Panama Canal Zone, Panama)
Last survivor if the Del Rubio triplets which briefly had fame in the 1980s.
[Picture of Milly Del Rubio]


Delacourt-Smith of Alteryn, Baroness Baroness Delacourt-Smith of Alteryn is no longer with us
Born 5 April 1916  (Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales)

Died 8 June 2010  (Buckinghamshire, England)

Age at death: 94  (read death notice)
Known to her friends as Margaret. Fomer Labour MP.
[Picture of Baroness Delacourt-Smith of Alteryn]


Della Casa, Lisa (Died in 2012)
Born 2 February 1919  (Burgdorf, Switzerland)
Swiss opera singer, well known in the 1950s.
[Picture of Lisa Della Casa]


Delors, Jacques
Born 20 July 1925  (Paris, France)
President of the European Commission from 1985-95.
[Picture of Jacques Delors]


Demjanjuk, John (Died in 2012)
Born 3 April 1920  (Duboye Makharintsy, Kiev, Ukraine)
Retired auto worker & former SS Guard. Currently on trial for war crimes.
[Picture of John Demjanjuk]


Dench, Dame Judy
Born 9 December 1934  (York, Yorkshire, England)
Actress, firstly in stage, then became famous in TV sitcoms, before appearing in an increasing number of feature films.
[Picture of Dame Judy Dench]


Denmark, Leila (Died in 2012)
Born 1 February 1898  (Portal, Georgia, USA)
American paediatrician and medical researcher whose work on whooping cough in the early '30s led to the development of the pertussis vaccine and the modern-day DPT vaccination. She continued to practise until her retirement in 2002 at the age of 104.
[Picture of Leila Denmark]


Dennehy, Brian
Born 9 July 1938  (Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA)
Actor - a regular star character actor in many films.
[Picture of Brian Dennehy]


Depardieu, Gérard
Born 27 December 1948  (Chateauroux, France)
Top French actor, who has acted in international films as well.
[Picture of Gérard Depardieu]


Depp, Johnny
Born 9 June 1963  (Owensboro, Kentucky, USA)
Actor, often in kooky roles & beloved by many a female.
[Picture of Johnny Depp]


Derbyshire, Eileen
Born 6 October 1930  (Urmston, Manchester, England)
Actress, has played Emily Bishop in "Coronation Street" since 1961.
[Picture of Eileen Derbyshire]


Derek, Bo
Born 20 November 1956  (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Actress and model - remembered by many males for her run along the beach with beaded hair in the movie "10".
[Picture of Bo Derek]


Desmond, Richard
Born 8 December 1951  (London, England)
British publisher behind the Daily Express, Daily Star, Fantasy Channel, and various magazines of the one-handed bathroom reading variety. Now owns Channel Five.
[Picture of Richard Desmond]


Detenamo, Itte
Born 22 September 1986  (Buada, Nauru)
Nauruan weightlifter and the island's sole representative at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. Everybody say 'aaahhh'....
[Picture of Itte Detenamo]


DeVito, Danny
Born 17 November 1944  (Neptune, New Jersey, USA)
Pint-sized actor, now director & producer. Best known TV wise for "Taxi" - in films he appeared in "Twins" and "Batman Returns".
[Picture of Danny DeVito]


Devonshire, The Duchess of
Born 31 March 1920  (Asthall Manor, Oxfordshire, England)
Deborah Mitford, youngest and sole survivor of the famous Mitford sisters. Was married to the late Duke of Devonshire for over 60 years; just to be different, they lived in Derbyshire.
[Picture of The Duchess of Devonshire]


Dexter, Colin
Born 29 September 1930  (Stamford, Lincolnshire, England)
Author, creator of "Inspector Morse".
[Picture of Colin Dexter]


Dexter, Ted
Born 15 May 1935  (Milan, Italy)
Italian born, but very English cricketer, a successful test player who later became a broadcaster, then a selector.
[Picture of Ted Dexter]


Di Stefano, Alfredo
Born 4 July 1926  (Barrancas, Argentina)
Acknowledged as one of the greatest footballers ever. Enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Ferenc Puskas at Real Madrid, during which the club won the European Cup 5 times in a row, from 1956-60.
[Picture of Alfredo Di Stefano]


Diamond, Neil
Born 24 January 1941  (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
Born Noah Kaminsky. Very successful, albeit decidedly cheesy, US singer.
[Picture of Neil Diamond]


Dick, Derek
Born 25 April 1958  (Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland)
Better known as "Fish", lead singer of the 80s prog rock band Marillion.
[Picture of Derek Dick]


Dickinson, Angie
Born 30 September 1931  (Kulm, North Dakota, USA)
Actress, in many a film & TV show from the 1950s onwards.
[Picture of Angie Dickinson]


Dickson Wright, Clarissa
Born 28 June 1947  (St John's Wood, London, England)
Born Clarissa Theresa Philomena Aileen Mary Josephine Agnes Elsie Trilby Louise Esmerelda Dickson Wright, which is going to be hell to carve onto a gravestone. One of the Two Fat Ladies (Celebrity chefs), so it's going to be hell to put her in the grave. Might be better all round if she's cremated...
[Picture of Clarissa Dickson Wright]


Dill, Diana
Born 22 January 1923  (Hamilton, Bermuda)
Actress & former wife of Kirk Douglas.
[Picture of Diana Dill]


Diller, Phyllis (Died in 2012)
Born 17 July 1917  (Lima, Ohio, USA)
Stand-up comedienne who has a wisecrack comment about most things. Looks better than average for her age. But for how much longer?
[Picture of Phyllis Diller]


Dimmock, Peter
Born 6 December 1920  (London, England)
Former Head of the BBC's Outside Broadcasts, which included sport and big public events, like The Queen's Coronation. Also the first presenter of "Grandstand".
[Picture of Peter Dimmock]


Dinenage, Fred
Born 8 June 1942  (Birmingham, England)
Despite his birthplace, has been long since based in the South of England. Well known nationally for "How?" and "How 2", and to football fans as a former director of Portsmouth F.C.
[Picture of Fred Dinenage]


Dio, Ronnie James Ronnie James Dio is no longer with us
Born 10 July 1942  (Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA)

Died 16 May 2010  (Houston, Texas)

Age at death: 67  (read death notice)
Replaced Ozzy Osbourne as lead singer of Black Sabbath, and went on to form his own eponymous band, Dio.
[Picture of Ronnie James Dio]


Dion, Céline
Born 30 March 1968  (Charlemagne, Quebec, Canada)
Caterwauling French-Canadian singer who won the Eurovision contest for Switzerland in 1988 before having a succesful career in the 1990s with hits such as 'Think Twice' and that dreary song from 'Titanic'. Now plays in Las Vegas.
[Picture of Céline Dion]


Dobrynin, Anatoly Anatoly Dobrynin is no longer with us
Born 16 November 1919  (Krasnaya Gorka, Russia)

Died 6 April 2010  (Moscow, Russia)

Age at death: 90  (read death notice)
Soviet diplomat, ambassador to the United States (1962-86), and dean of the Washington, D.C., diplomatic corps (1979-86).
[Picture of Anatoly Dobrynin]


Dobson, John
Born 14 September 1915  (Beijing, PR of China)
American astronomer, telescope builder and former monk.
[Picture of John Dobson]


Docherty, Tommy
Born 24 August 1928  (Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland)
Scottish international footballer and outspoken football manager.
[Picture of Tommy Docherty]


Dodd, Ken
Born 8 November 1927  (Liverpool, England)
End-of-the-pier stand-up comedian turned TV star and surprisingly successful singer. Not remotely funny to anyone under the age of about 70. Will this be the year he says "tatty bye" for the last time?
[Picture of Ken Dodd]


Doerr, Bobby
Born 7 April 1918  (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Major League Baseball player. Second baseman for the Boston Red Sox.
[Picture of Bobby Doerr]


Dogg, Nate (Died in 2011)
Born 19 August 1969  (Long Beach, California, USA)
Rap & hip-hop star.
[Picture of Nate Dogg]


Dogg, Snoop
Born 20 October 1971  (Long Beach, California, USA)
Gangsta rapper, born Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr.
[Picture of Snoop Dogg]


Doherty, Pete
Born 12 March 1979  (Liverpool, England)
Former lead singer of The Libertines, now with Babyshambles. His addictions to heroin and crack have made his behaviour increasingly random, self-centred and downright tedious.
[Picture of Pete Doherty]


Dole, Bob
Born 22 July 1923  (Russell, Kansas, USA)
Veteran US politican, former Presidential candidate back in 1996.
[Picture of Bob Dole]


D'Oliveira, Basil (Died in 2011)
Born 4 October 1931  (Cape Town, South Africa)
Mixed-race South African cricketer who was barred from playing for his native country under the apartheid regime, so emigrated to, and played for, England instead. Now suffering from Parkinson's Disease.
[Picture of Basil D'Oliveira]


Domino, Fats
Born 26 February 1928  (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)
American rock 'n' roll star.
[Picture of Fats Domino]


Don, Monty
Born 8 July 1955  (Wuppertal, Germany)
TV presenter & writer on gardening. Suffered a stroke in 2008.
[Picture of Monty Don]


Donaldson, Mark
Born 2 April 1979  (Waratah, New South Wales, Australia)
First recipient of the Victoria Cross for Australia, for gallantry, when protecting injured troops in Oruzgan Province in Afghanistan in 2008.
[Picture of Mark Donaldson]


Donen, Stanley
Born 13 April 1924  (Columbia, South Carolina, USA)
Film director and choreographer who's most famous work is 'Singing in the Rain'. Also directed 'Bedazzled' with Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.
[Picture of Stanley Donen]


Donnelly, Declan
Born 25 September 1975  (Newcastle upon Tyne, England)
Presenter and actor, famed for his on screen partnership with Anthony McPartlin.
[Picture of Declan Donnelly]


Doonican, Val
Born 3 February 1927  (Waterford, Republic of Ireland)
Cardigan-wearing crooner, who for many years had a large, mainly geriatric, fan base.
[Picture of Val Doonican]


Doré, Edna
Date and place of birth unknown
Veteran British actress, probably best remembered for playing Frank Butcher's Mum in "EastEnders". Born sometime in 1921.
[Picture of Edna Doré]


Dotrice, Karen
Born 9 November 1955  (Guernsey, Channel Islands)
Former child actress who starred in 'Mary Poppins'. Sister of Michele Dotrice.
[Picture of Karen Dotrice]


Douglas, Donna
Born 26 September 1933  (Pride, Louisiana, USA)
Actress, best known as Elly May Clampett in 'The Beverly Hillbillies'.
[Picture of Donna Douglas]


Douglas, Kirk
Born 9 December 1916  (New York, New York, USA)
Born Issur Danielovitch Demsky. Has appeared in over 100 films, spanning almost 60 years, and still going. Father of Michael.
[Picture of Kirk Douglas]


Douglas, Michael
Born 25 September 1944  (New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA)
Followed his father Kirk into films, and was a moderately successful actor for 20 years until 'Fatal Attraction' really launched him into superstardom in 1987, quickly followed by 'Wall Street' and 'Basic Instinct'. Somehow managed to pull Catherine Zeta-Jones, who is exactly 25 years his junior.
[Picture of Michael Douglas]


Douglas, Shirley
Born 2 April 1934  (Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada)
Actress and mother to Keifer Sutherland.
[Picture of Shirley Douglas]


Douglass, Sara (Died in 2011)
Born 2 June 1957  (Penola, Australia)
Australian author, a science fiction/fantasy writer.
[Picture of Sara Douglass]


Dove, Rita
Born 28 August 1952  (Akron, Ohio, USA)
American poet & author, former poet laureate of the USA.
[Picture of Rita Dove]


Downey Jr, Robert
Born 4 April 1965  (New York, New York, USA)
Talented but equally flawed and troubled actor. Appears to be clean after his battle against drugs, but you never know...
[Picture of Robert Downey Jr]


Downs, Hugh
Born 14 February 1921  (Akron, Ohio, USA)
American broadcaster, producer and gameshow host.
[Picture of Hugh Downs]


Drake, Ervin
Born 3 April 1919  (New York, New York, USA)
American songwriter, whose most famous work is "It Was A Very Good Year".
[Picture of Ervin Drake]


Drewes, Martin (Died in 2013)
Born 20 October 1918  (Lobmachtersen-bei-Braunschweig, Hannover, Germany)
German Luftwaffe flying ace during World War II.
[Picture of Martin Drewes]


Driver, Betty (Died in 2011)
Born 20 May 1920  (Leicester, England)
"Coronation Street" actress - Betty the barmaid in the Rovers' Return.
[Picture of Betty Driver]


Drury, James
Born 18 April 1934  (New York City, New York, USA)
Actor, star of US 1960s Western series 'The Virginian'.
[Picture of James Drury]


Du Cann, Sir Edward
Born 28 May 1924  (Oxford, England)
Tory MP for Taunton for 31 years, and former head of the influential backbench 1922 Committee.
[Picture of Sir Edward Du Cann]


Dubs, Alf
Born 12 December 1932  (Prague, Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic))
Former MP for Battersea & one of the children saved from the Nazi's by Sir Nicholas Winton.
[Picture of Alf Dubs]


Duke, Geoff
Born 29 March 1923  (St Helens, Lancashire, England)
Former World Motorcyle champion and five times winner of the Isle of Man TT.
[Picture of Geoff Duke]


Dummar, Melvin
Born 28 August 1944  (Willard, Utah, USA)
Man who purportedly saved reclusive millionaire film producer Howard Hughes's life in 1967 and was given a share of his estate, when he died in 1976. This was disputed however as the will was deemed a fake.
[Picture of Melvin Dummar]


Dunaway, Faye
Born 14 January 1941  (Bascom, Florida, USA)
Actress, in films for over 40 years now.
[Picture of Faye Dunaway]


Duncan, Jock
Born in New Deer, Aberdeenshire, Scotland  (exact date unknown)
Scottish traditional folk singer. Born 1925.
[Picture of Jock Duncan]


Dunn, Clive (Died in 2012)
Born 9 January 1920  (London, England)
Television actor, best remembered for his roles as Corporal Jones in 'Dad's Army' and Charlie Quick in 'Grandad'; he had a no. 1 hit single with the theme tune to the latter. Random fact: Gretchen Franklin was his cousin.
[Picture of Clive Dunn]


Dunn, Jimmy
Born 25 November 1923  (Edinburgh, Scotland)
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers and Derby County inside forward.
[Picture of Jimmy Dunn]


Dunn, Patricia C. (Died in 2011)
Born 27 March 1953  (Burbank, California, USA)
Former Hewlett-Packard board member who got embroiled in an industrial espionage row.
[Picture of Patricia C. Dunn]


duPont, Margaret Osborne (Died in 2012)
Born 4 March 1918  (Joseph, Oregon, USA)
Former tennis player, Wimbledon Ladies Singles Champion in 1947.
[Picture of Margaret Osborne duPont]


Durbin, Deanna (Died in 2013)
Born 4 December 1921  (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
Canadian singer and actress who had fame in the 1930s before withdrawing from public life in 1950.
[Picture of Deanna Durbin]


Durning, Charles (Died in 2012)
Born 28 February 1923  (Highland Falls, New York, USA)
Popular US actor. Not in the best of health lately, and his obesity doesn't help his chances of seeing next year.
[Picture of Charles Durning]


Dutilleux, Henri (Died in 2013)
Born 22 January 1916  (Angers, France)
French classical music composer
[Picture of Henri Dutilleux]


Duvalier, Jean-Claude
Born 3 July 1951  (Port-Au-Prince, Haiti)
Former leader of Haiti, son of the notorious "Papa Doc" Duvalier.
[Picture of Jean-Claude Duvalier]


Duvall, Robert
Born 5 January 1931  (San Diego, California, USA)
US movie actor & director, in countless films since 1962.
[Picture of Robert Duvall]


Duvall, Shelley
Born 7 July 1949  (Houston, Texas, USA)
Actress, best known for her role in Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining'.
[Picture of Shelley Duvall]


Dykstra, John
Born 3 June 1947  (Long Beach, California, USA)
Special effects pioneer, known for his work on 'Star Wars'.
[Picture of John Dykstra]


Dylan, Bob
Born 24 May 1941  (Duluth, Minnesota, USA)
Legendary folk singer with an annoying voice. Still touring.
[Picture of Bob Dylan]

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