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Charles DarwinDec 30, 1835

Elizabeth IIOct 20, 1973

Martina HingisJan 11, 1997

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Sydney - Historical Events
Date Event
1784-03-05

Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney is named President of the Board of Trade.

1788-01-26

Captain Arthur Phillip and British colonists hoist the English flag at Sydney Cove, New South Wales, now celebrated as Australia Day

1813-05-11

In Australia, William Lawson, Gregory Blaxland and William Wentworth, lead an expedition westwards from Sydney. Their route opens up inland Australia for continued expansion throughout the 19th century.

1835-12-30

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin sails from NZ to Sydney

1836-01-12

HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reach Sydney Australia

1846-03-25

German explorer Ludwig Leichhardt arrives in Sydney to a hero's welcome after completing his exploration of Australia's Northern Territory

1852-10-11

The University of Sydney, Australia's oldest university, is inaugurated in Sydney.

1857-01-15

1st first-class game in Sydney, NSW v Vic at The Domain

1874-09-01

Sydney General Post Office opens in Australia

1879-09-23

Baldwin steam motors tram 1st tried in Sydney Australia

1879-09-28

Sydney Australia inaugurates steam motor tram route

1882-02-17

1st Test Cricket match played at Sydney Cricket Ground

1883-01-30

England team presented with ashes of a bail after Sydney Test

1899-02-02

The Australian Premiers' Conference held in Melbourne decides to locate Australia's capital (Canberra) between Sydney and Melbourne.

1903-08-15

The New Zealand All Blacks play their first Rugby Test Match against Australia's Wallabies at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; New Zealand wins, 22-3

1905-09-05

50 prominent men meet in Sydney's Australia Hotel to found the National Defense League fueled by fear of Japan after it's victory over Russia

1908-08-20

America's Great White Fleet arrives in Sydney, Australia, to be greeted with a tremendous welcome; 221 American sailors desert to remain in Australia

1909-08-01

British SS Waratah disappears on Sydney to London, 300 killed

1909-11-30

9th Davis Cup: Australasia beats USA in Sydney (5-0)

1913-03-10

Stanley Cup: Quebec Bulldogs sweep Sydney (NS) Millionaires in 2 games

1914-11-09

Off Cocos Island, near Sumatra, the Australian cruiser 'Sydney' sinks German cruiser 'Emden', which has been attacking ships in the Pacific

1915-01-15

Sydney, Kern & Smith's musical "Love o' Mike," premieres in NYC

1918-11-10

The Western Union Cable Office in North Sydney, NS received a top-secret coded message from Europe (that would be sent to Ottawa, ON and Washington, DC) that said on November 11, 1918 all fighting would cease on land, sea and in the air.

1920-01-21

14th Davis Cup: Australasia beats Great Britain in Sydney (4-1)

1920-10-30

The Communist Party of Australia is founded in Sydney.

1932-03-19

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is opened.

1939-01-01

Sydney, Australia, swelters in 45 ˚C (113 ˚F) heat, a record for the city.

1951-12-27

40th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Sydney (3-2)

1954-12-28

43rd Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Sydney (3-2)

1960-12-28

49th Davis Cup: Australia beats Italy in Sydney (4-1)

1964-04-03

Beatles hold top 6 spots on Sydney Australia record charts

1964-11-16

Radio CJCX Sydney Nova Scotia (Canada) starts shortwave transmission

1965-12-29

54th Davis Cup: Australia beats Spain in Sydney (4-1)

1973-10-20

Queen Elizabeth II opens Sydney Opera House

1975-01-19

Triple J begins broadcasting in Sydney, Australia.

1976-12-13

Longest non-stop passenger airflight (Sydney to SF 13h14m)

1977-12-04

66th Davis Cup: Australia beats Italy in Sydney (3-1)

1987-11-27

"Les Miserables" opens at Theatre Royal, Sydney

1988-01-26

Australian 200th anniversary parade of tall ships in Sydney Harbour

1988-02-02

David Boon's 6th Test Cricket century, 184* v England at Sydney

1988-06-05

Kay Cottee sails into Sydney as 1st woman to circle globe alone

1989-01-26

Test debut of Mark Taylor, Australia v West Indies, Sydney

1990-03-21

"Sydney" starring Valerie Bertinelli premieres on CBS-TV

1990-07-01

1st Zen winter session in Sydney Zen Center's Gorrick's Run Zendo

1992-01-02

Test debut of Shane Warne, v India at Sydney

1992-01-03

Boon completes 11 Test Cricket century, 129* v India at Sydney

1993-10-06

Sydney Australia Stock Market index above 2000, for 1st time

1994-01-07

South Africa beat Australia in the Sydney Test by 5 runs

1995-10-03

1st 1st-class match at Hurstville Oval, Sydney (NSW v W Prov)

1997-01-11

Martina Hingis beats Jennifer Capriati at Sydney Tennis Intl

1999-04-14

A severe hailstorm strikes Sydney, Australia causing A$1.7 billion in insured damages, the most costly natural disaster in Australian history.

2000-09-15

Opening ceremony of the XXVII Olympics in Sydney, Australia

2000-10-01

Juan Antonio Samaranch, the chairman of the IOC declares Sydney the "best Olympic Games ever"

2000-10-01

Closing ceremony of the XXVII Olympics in Sydney, Australia

2000-10-01

United States wins the most medals (97), and the most gold medals (40) in Summer Olympics held in Sydney, Australia

2005-12-11

Cronulla riots: Thousands of White Australians demonstrate against ethnic violence resulting in a riot against anyone thought to be Lebanese (and many who were not) in Cronulla Sydney. These are followed up by ethnic attacks on Cronulla.

2006-01-01

Sydney, Australia swelters through its hottest New Years Day on record. The thermometre peaked at 45 degrees celsius, sparking bushfires and power outages.

2007-03-31

In Sydney, Australia, 2.2 million people take part in the first Earth Hour.

2007-10-25

The first Airbus A380 passenger flight, operating for Singapore Airlines, with flight number SQ 380, flying scheduled service between Singapore and Sydney, Australia.

2014-09-27

Hawthorn Football Club defeats the Sydney Swans in the 2014 AFL Grand Final 137-74

2014-10-05

South Sydney Rabbitohs win the 2014 NRL Grand Final

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Sydney - Notable Birthdays

Rod TaylorJan 11, 1930

Ken RosewallNov 2, 1934

Elle MacPhersonMar 29, 1964

Jennifer GarnerApr 17, 1972

Sydney - Birthdays
Date Event
1641-04-08

Henry Sydney, 1st Earl of Romney, English statesman (d. 1704)

1771-06-03

Sydney Smith, Woodford Essex, preacher/reformer/author

1800-01-01

Sydney Nelson, composer

1824-04-05

Sydney Thompson Dobell, poet (Roman)

1839-07-14

Edward Sydney Smith, composer

1848-03-23

Sydney Grundy, Sowing the Wind

1855-10-26

Sydney Rosenfeld, Children of Destiny

1859-07-13

Sydney Webb, England, writer/husband of Beatrice Potter

1862-09-11

O Henry, [William Sydney Porter], American short story writer (d. 1910)

1863-03-01

Sydney Deane, Melting Millions

1872-07-31

Sydney Fairbrother, Dora

1873-02-20

Sydney Grant, Jane

1873-04-19

Sydney Barnes, cricketer (probably England's greatest bowler)

1877-01-29

Sydney Booth, The Three Musketeers: Part 1

1878-01-11

Sydney Jarvis, Movie Crazy

1878-03-06

Sydney Blow, Weddings Are Wonderful

1879-01-02

Sydney Baynes, The Outcast

1879-02-01

Sydney Baynes, composer

1879-08-28

Sydney Ayres, She Loved Them Both

1879-12-27

Sydney Greenstreet, Sandwich England, actor (Maltese Falcon)

1879-12-27

Sydney Greenstreet, Casablanca

1881-03-04

Sydney Lewis Ransome, The Queen Mother

1884-01-27

Sydney Seaward, Doc

1885-03-16

Sydney Chaplin, South Africa, actor (Limelight)

1885-08-07

Sydney Howard, Fame

1885-09-17

George Cleveland, Sydney Nova Scotia, actor (Courage of Lassie)

1888-06-21

Sydney Moncton, Robbery with Violence

1888-07-06

Annette Kellerman, Sydney Australia, swimmer (Million Dollar Mermaid)

1888-07-18

Sydney Horler, English detective writer

1890-07-28

Marie Lohr, Sydney Australia, actress (Pygmalion, Small Hotel)

1893-04-01

Cicely Courtneidge, Sydney Australia, actress (Double Exposure)

1893-09-18

Arthur Benjamin, Sydney Australia, composer (Jamaican Rumba)

1894-04-23

Basil Sydney, England, actor (Hamlet, Jassy, Simba, Farmer's Wife)

1895-09-29

Louise Granville, Sydney Australia, entertainer

1898-12-01

Cyril Ritchard, Sydney Australia, actor (Peter Pan, Hans Brinker)

1900-02-21

Sydney Arnold, English comic/actor (Miss Jones & Son)

1902-07-31

G O "Gubby" Allen, cricketer (in Sydney England non-bodyline quickie)

1904-02-10

John Farrow, Sydney Aust, director/actor (Botany Bay, Wake Island)

1905-06-27

Sydney Mason, Murder on Stage 9

1905-12-14

Sydney Lipton, bandleader/violin

1905-12-14

Sydney Lipton, Let's Make a Night of It

1906-05-30

Sydney Moore, Brewster's Millions

1906-11-02

Sydney Zelinka, The Auction

1906-11-03

Sydney John Kay, Cavalcade of Australia 1901-1951

1907-04-29

Sydney Box, The Seventh Veil

1907-11-02

Sydney Guilaroff, North by Northwest

1908-04-04

Sydney Boehm, The Big Heat

1909-01-29

Alan Marshal, Sydney Aust, actor (White Cliffs of Dover, Lydia)

1909-11-25

Sydney Smith, No Time for Sergeants

1910-08-28

Sydney King, The Mad Hatters

1910-12-10

Sydney Streeter, Battle of Britain

1912-07-12

Sydney Robin, Down in the Valley

1912-07-25

Thomas Sydney Day, Black Narcissus

1914-02-15

Arthur Sydney Martin, spy catcher

1914-04-07

Sydney Thompson, rock climber

1914-08-14

Sydney Wooderson, miler (world record 1937)

1915-03-05

Sydney Sturgess, Great Catherine

1916-05-06

Sydney Carter, Hallelujah!

1916-07-31

Sydney Tafler, London England, actor (Too Many Crooks)

1916-07-31

Sydney Tafler, The Spy Who Loved Me

1916-09-01

Sydney Dawson Bailey, pacifist/campaigner

1917-04-01

Sydney Newman, Doctor Who

1918-04-09

Jorn Utzon, Danish architect (Sydney Opera House)

1918-05-06

Sydney Chatton, England

1918-05-06

Sydney Chatton, The Wonderful World of Wilbur Pope

1918-10-08

Ron Randell, Sydney Australia, actor (Loves of Carmen, I am a Camera)

1920-01-11

Derek Sydney, The Crawling Eye

1920-01-11

Sydney Radley-Walters, In Desperate Battle: Normandy 1944

1920-03-16

Leo McKern, Sydney Aust, actor (Blue Lagoon, Help, Mouse that Roared)

1920-07-17

Juan Antonio Samaranch, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1921-05-05

Sydney Walker, Guiding Light

1921-10-12

Sydney Dunn, Sydney Dunn

1922-02-05

Sydney Bettex, The Troops & Aliens

1922-03-03

Sydney Coulson, Den ofrivillige golfaren

1922-07-23

Sydney Lassick, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

1923-01-29

Paddy Chayevsky, [Sydney], US, dramatist (Marty, Hospital) (d. 1981)

1926-03-30

Sydney Chaplin, Limelight

1926-03-31

Sydney Chaplin, son of Charlie/actor (Adding Machine, Psycho Sisters)

1926-11-07

Joan Sutherland, Sydney Australia, operatic soprano (Met Opera)

1926-9-01

Sydney Lotterby, We'll Always Have Paris

1927-01-13

Sydney Brenner, British Nobel Laureate

1927-02-24

Sydney Z. Litwack, Dead Again

1929-05-02

Sydney Gedye, cricketer (opening batsman in four Tests for NZ 1964)

1930-01-11

Rod Taylor, Sydney, New South Wales, Australian actor (The Birds, Time Machine)

1930-08-31

Len Evans, Sydney

1930-09-29

Richard Bonynge, Sydney Australia, conductor (Aust Orch Sydney-1976)

1931-05-13

Sydney Lipworth, CEO (Monopolies & Mergers Commission)

1934-01-17

Sydney Phillip Hodkinson, composer

1934-03-08

Ron Taylor, Sydney Australia, cinematographer (Those Amazing Animals), (d. 2012)

1934-03-11

Sydney Burke, cricketer (S Afr quick, 11 wkts on Test debut v NZ 1961)

1934-07-01

Sydney Pollack, Lafayette, director (Tootsie, Presumed Innocent)

1934-07-01

Sydney Pollack, Tootsie

1934-11-02

Ken Rosewall, Sydney Australia, tennis star (US Open 1956)

1934-11-23

Lewis Alan "Lew" Hoad, Sydney Australia, tennis star (Wimbledon 1953, 56)

1935-09-28

Bruce Crampton, Sydney Australia, PGA golfer (1961 Milwaukee Open)

1935-10-17

Sydney Chapman, The Politics of Power

1936-9-05

Joan Sydney, Future Perfect

1938-06-28

Robert Hughes, Sydney, Australia, art critic, (d. 2012)

1939-01-10

Sydney Rose, The Kids Are Alright

1939-9-01

Sydney Soule, Log 12: He Was Trying to Kill Me

1940-08-31

Jack Thompson [John Payne], Sydney, New South Wales, Australian actor (Breaker Morant, The Man from Snowy River)

1943-08-07

Lana Cantrell, Sydney, Australia, singer (Those Were the Days)

1944-06-30

Glenn Shorrock, Sydney Australia, rock vocalist (Little River Band)

1944-08-21

Peter Weir, Sydney Aust, director/writer (Witness, Dead Poets Society)

1945-06-12

Terry Anderson, Sydney NSW Aust, US rapid fire pistol (Olympic-80, 96)

1947-06-23

Bryan Brown, Sydney, actor (F/X, Gorillas in the Mist, Kim, Tai-Pan)

1948-11-24

Bettina Woernle, Sydney an der Wupper - Dreamtime

1949-02-04

Sydney Blake, My Mama, Myself

1949-12-14

Cliff Williams, Sydney Australia, rock bassist (AC/DC-Highway to Hell)

1951-05-18

Rodger Davis, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer

1951-12-22

Jan Stephenson, Sydney Australia, golfer (LPGA Rookie of Year-1974)

1952-01-14

Sydney Biddle Barrow, madam/autohr (Mayflower Madam)

1952-01-14

Sydney Barrows, Out in Manhattan

1952-08-01

Brian Patrick Clarke, Sydney White

1953-05-24

Nell Campbell, [Laura], Sydney Australia, actress (Rocky Horror)

1953-08-15

Sydney J. Bartholomew Jr., Dumb & Dumber

1953-11-07

Lucinda Green, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1956-03-01

Mark Todd, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1957-01-31

Sydney Urshan, Being Jack Nicholson

1957-06-22

Garry Beers, Sydney Australia, rocker (Inxs-Kiss the Dirt)

1958-07-04

Kirk Pengilly, Sydney Australia, rocker (Inxs-Kiss the Dirt)

1959-01-08

Michael Harwood, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer

1959-02-08

Andrew Hoy, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1959-02-28

Sydney P Mufamadi, South African leader (SACP)

1959-10-07

Penny Graeber, Sydney Australia, golfer (1990 6th Vic Open)

1960-04-23

Valerie Bertinelli, Del, (1 Day at a Time, Sydney); Ms Eddie Van Halen

1960-12-02

Sydney Youngblood, Episode #1.2

1961-06-06

Sydney Walsh, actress (Mo-Hooperman)

1961-06-06

Sydney Walsh, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge

1961-10-24

Russell Swanson, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer

1962-01-18

David O'Connor, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1962-03-13

Liane Tooth, Sydney NSW Australia, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1962-09-17

Wayne Riley, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer

1962-11-01

Robert Willis, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer

1963-02-04

Jane Leary, Sydney Australia, golfer (1992 Australian Amateur Champ)

1964-03-22

Jeffrey Wagner, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer

1964-03-29

Elle MacPherson, Sydney, Austrailian super model and actress (Sirens)

1964-08-01

Andrew Wilson, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-16-92, 96)

1965-07-04

Shelley Oates, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)

1965-10-18

Fayette Purser, Sydney Australia, golfer (NSW State Rep 1987-88)

1965-11-28

David Ecob, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer

1966-06-16

Jan Zelezný, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1967-11-14

Imre Pulai, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1967-11-26

Zoltán Kósz, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1967-12-28

Paul Lynch, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)

1968-01-09

Mardi Lunn, Liverpool Sydney Australia, golfer (1991 Thailand Open)

1968-04-01

Mike Baird, Sydney Siege

1968-04-14

Andrew Trim, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)

1968-05-09

Marie-Jo Pérec, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1968-07-27

Julian McMahon, Sydney, New South Wales, Australian actor (Nip/Tuck, Profiler)

1968-12-16

Wendy Doolan, Sydney Australia, LPGA golfer (1991 Brit Amat Champ-2nd)

1969-01-31

Mathew Pallister, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)

1969-03-14

Laura Leighton, actress (Sydney-Melrose Place, Other Woman)

1969-07-13

Ferenc Novák, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1969-10-04

Lucas Parsons, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer

1969-12-18

Joanne Mills, Sydney Aust, golfer (T25 Holden 1994 Women's Aust Open)

1970-03-03

Kristine Radford, Sydney Australia, tennis star (1996 ITF/Lyneham)

1970-04-15

Chris Huffins, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1970-06-21

John Roethlisberger, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1970-06-25

Erki Nool, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1970-07-08

Lisa Powell, Sydney NSW Australia, field hockey forward (Olympics-96)

1970-10-07

Daniel Collins, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)

1971-03-25

Stacy Dragilla, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1971-03-26

Rennae Stubbs, Sydney Australia, tennis star

1971-03-30

Mari Holden, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1971-04-02

Todd Woodbridge, Sydney Australia, tennis star ('95 doubles Wimbledon)

1971-06-13

Broderick nonuplets, Sydney Australia

1971-08-07

Sydney Penny, actress (Danni-New Gidget, Thorn Birds, All My Children)

1971-08-07

Sydney Penny, Pale Rider

1971-08-12

Jim Walker, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)

1971-11-26

Anna Millward, Sydney 2000 Olympics: Bud Greenspan's Gold from Down Under

1972-04-17

Jennifer Garner [Affleck], Houston, Texas. American actress (Sydney Bristow-Alias)

1972-04-23

Sydney St. James, The Beaverly Hillbillies

1972-06-04

György Kolonics, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1972-06-06

Daniel Andrews, Sydney Siege

1972-11-08

Chris Fydler, Sydney NSW NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)

1973-05-29

Emma Johnson, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)

1973-06-21

Alyson Annan, Sydney NSW Aust, field hockey midfielder (Olympics-96)

1973-11-15

Sydney Tamiia Poitier, American actress

1973-11-15

Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Death Proof

1973-12-02

Monica Seles, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1974-07-17

Tamás Märtz, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1974-11-20

Gabriella Gentry, Sydney White

1975-01-05

Sydney Moon, Centerfold Coeds: Girlfriends

1975-02-21

Scott Miller, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-silver-96)

1975-05-06

Aaron Semmel, Sydney White

1975-12-03

Nadine Neumann, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)

1976-02-02

Steven Dewick, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)

1976-05-17

Anna Windsor, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)

1976-06-02

Bulcsú Székely, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1976-10-24

Yanda Nossiter, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)

1976-9-02

Shawn 'Bigwheel' Bidwell, Sydney White

1977-01-06

Stacey Gartrell, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)

1977-03-16

Bruce Newberg, Sydney White

1977-05-06

Trent Steed, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)

1978-9-29

Dara Resnik Creasey, Sydney White

1979-02-05

Chad Gomez Creasey, Sydney White

1979-04-08

Sydney Bennett, Whip It

1980-10-29

Sydney Freeland, Drunktown's Finest

1981-07-13

Ági Kovács, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1981-11-19

Sydney Sibilia, I Can Quit Whenever I Want

1982-03-15

Ethan Mentzer, Sydney White

1982-05-02

Jamie Dantzscher, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1982-11-07

Angels Sydney, My Scary Movix

1983-02-06

Jamie Whincup, Top Gear Festival: Sydney

1983-02-10

Donté Bonner, Sydney White

1983-03-04

Chris Carberg, Sydney White

1983-05-23

Libby Mintz, Sydney White

1983-06-06

Adam Hendershott, Sydney White

1984-01-04

Robin Sydney, The Gingerdead Man

1984-01-15

Megan Jendrick, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1984-05-11

Sydney Wheeler, Let's Get Rid of the Weak Players Before We Even Start

1984-07-30

Trudy McIntosh, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

1987-01-23

Brent A. Westbrook, Sydney White

1987-03-26

David Skyler, Sydney White

1987-05-14

Sydney Naegele, Meeseeks and Destroy

1987-08-28

Jonathan Sydney Chetrit, Last Night

1989-9-23

Sydney Leathers, Episode #26.129

1991-11-30

Sydney White, The Snow Queen

1993-06-23

Michelle Jenneke, Top Gear Festival: Sydney

1993-07-15

Izzy Stevens, The Worst Woman in Sydney

1993-10-07

Sydney Spies, American Horror House

1994-02-12

Sydney Shea Barker, Godzilla

1994-07-20

Sydney Rae Sullivan, 5ive Days to Midnight

1995-06-25

Sydney Hoffman, Shackville

1995-07-04

Sydney Schafer, Judge Match

1995-10-06

Sydney Patrick Apedaile, Shadows of a Stranger

1995-9-22

Sydney Lynch, So Long, It's Been Good to Know Yuh

1996-07-08

Sydney Unseth, BioShock 2

1996-08-01

Sydney ter Avest, Lake City

1996-12-16

Sydney Bryan, Old School

1997-05-22

Sydney Thackett, A Haunting

1997-08-12

Sydney Thomas, All Good Things Must Come to an End

1997-10-01

Sydney Hope Banner, Piñata Hustler

1997-10-31

Sydney Park, SBP News Commercial Controversy

2001-01-10

Sydney Melman, The Babysitters

Sydney - Notable Weddings

Donald BradmanApr 30, 1932

Elton JohnFeb 14, 1984

Michael JacksonNov 14, 1996

Sydney - Weddings
Date Event
1932-04-30

Cricketer Donald Bradman (23) weds Jessie Martha Menzies at St Paul's Anglican Church in Burwood, Sydney

1984-02-14

Singer Elton John marries Renate Blauel in Sydney Australia

1994-05-14

Mayflower Madame Sydney Biddle Barrows (42) weds television producer Darnay Hoffman (46) at Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City

1996-11-14

King of Pop Michael Jackson (38) weds Debbie Rowe (38) in Sydney, Australia

2003-01-01

"Lord of The Rings" actress Miranda Otto (35) weds actor Peter O'Brien (44) at St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney, Australia

2003-01-11

"The Sixth Sense" actress-singer Toni Collette (30) weds musician Dave Galafassi in a Buddhist ceremony near Sydney, Australia

2005-07-21

Tennis star player Lleyton Hewitt (24) weds "Home and Away" TV actress Bec Cartwright (22) at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia

2005-08-20

"24" actress Sarah Wynter (32) weds "Details" magazine editor-in-chief Dan Peres in Sydney, Australia

2006-01-28

London Broncos rugby football player Craig Gower (27) weds TV personality and model Amanda Flynn (24) in Sydney, Australia

Sydney - Deaths
Date Event
1704-04-08

Henry Sydney, 1st Earl of Romney, English statesman (b. 1641)

1862-04-07

Sydney Nelson, composer, dies at 62

1874-08-22

Sydney Thompson Dobell, poet, dies

1889-03-03

Edward Sydney Smith, composer, dies at 49

1914-07-04

Sydney Grundy, Sowing the Wind

1916-09-09

Sydney Ayres, She Loved Them Both

1931-06-13

Sydney Rosenfeld, Children of Destiny

1934-03-20

Sydney Deane, Melting Millions

1937-02-05

Sydney Booth, The Three Musketeers: Part 1

1938-03-09

Sydney Baynes, composer, dies at 59

1938-03-09

Sydney Baynes, The Outcast

1939-06-06

Sydney Jarvis, Movie Crazy

1941-01-04

Sydney Fairbrother, Dora

1946-06-12

Sydney Howard, Fame

1947-10-13

Sydney Webb, England, writer/husband of Beatrice Potter, dies

1953-07-11

Sydney Grant, Jane

1954-01-18

Sydney Greenstreet, actor (Conflict, Maltese Falcon), dies at 74

1954-01-18

Sydney Greenstreet, Casablanca

1956-03-16

Sydney Vorzimer, God's Man

1961-05-31

Sydney Blow, Weddings Are Wonderful

1966-10-06

Sydney Chatton, dies of heart attack at 48

1968-01-10

Basil Sydney, actor (Hamlet, Simba), dies of pleurisy at 73

1968-07-10

Sydney M. Fogel, The Caretakers

1979-11-08

Sydney Tafler, actor (Too Many Crooks), dies at 63

1979-11-08

Sydney Tafler, The Spy Who Loved Me

1981-01-17

Sydney Zelinka, The Auction

1981-07-29

Sydney Kyte, Saturday Night Revue

1983-05-25

Sydney Box, academy award producer, dies at 76

1983-05-25

Sydney Box, The Seventh Veil

1984-11-18

Sydney Moore, Brewster's Millions

1985-02-19

Thomas Sydney Day, Black Narcissus

1985-11-07

Sydney Robin, Down in the Valley

1987-08-14

Sydney Bromley, The NeverEnding Story

1990-06-25

Sydney Boehm, The Big Heat

1993-08-20

Sydney Arnold, The Crimson Permanent Assurance

1994-03-08

John Ewart, Sydney Australia, dies of cancer at 55

1994-09-30

Sydney Walker, Guiding Light

1995-03-16

Sydney Simone, band leader, dies at 80

1995-07-19

Sydney Lipton, bandleader/violin, dies at 89

1995-07-19

Sydney Lipton, Let's Make a Night of It

1995-11-26

Sydney Dawson Bailey, pacifist/campaigner, dies at 79

1996-01-02

Sydney Thompson, rock Climber, dies at 81

1996-01-10

Arthur Sydney Martin, spycatcher, dies at 81

1996-05-08

Sydney Singerman, Igloo

1997-05-28

Sydney Guilaroff, North by Northwest

1997-10-30

Sydney Newman, Doctor Who

1999-06-01

Christopher Sydney Cockerell, British engineer and inventor (b. 1910)

1999-09-30

Sydney Sturgess, Great Catherine

2000-06-18

Derek Sydney, The Crawling Eye

2003-04-12

Sydney Lassick, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

2004-03-13

Sydney Carter, Hallelujah!

2006-08-17

Len Evans, Sydney

2007-04-30

Sydney Rose, The Kids Are Alright

2008-05-26

Sydney Pollack, American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter (b. 1934)

2008-05-26

Sydney Pollack, Tootsie

2008-06-15

Sydney J. Bartholomew Jr., Dumb & Dumber

2008-07-14

György Kolonics, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

2009-03-03

Sydney Chaplin, Limelight

2010-04-21

Juan Antonio Samaranch, Sydney 2000: Games of the XXVII Olympiad

2013-02-12

Sydney Z. Litwack, Dead Again

2014-10-09

Sydney Chapman, The Politics of Power

2015-04-21

Sydney Radley-Walters, In Desperate Battle: Normandy 1944

2016-07-10

Killing Fields journalist Sydney Schanberg dies at 82

2016-07-11

Sydney Schanberg, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist, Dies Aged 82


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