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Samuel de ChamplainJul 29, 1609

George WashingtonMar 15, 1783

ColumbusOct 12, 1792

James Gordon BennettMay 6, 1835

James Knox PolkFeb 14, 1849

Walt WhitmanJul 4, 1855

Abraham LincolnFeb 27, 1860

Charles DickensDec 2, 1867

Elizabeth Cady StantonMay 15, 1869

James MadisonMay 31, 1879

Grover ClevelandOct 28, 1886

William McKinleySep 6, 1901

Theodore RooseveltJul 6, 1904

Albert EinsteinApr 2, 1921

Walter HagenSep 25, 1926

LucianoApr 1, 1936

Louis BuchalterMay 9, 1941

Duke EllingtonJan 23, 1943

Louis ArmstrongJan 18, 1944

Billie HolidayMay 16, 1947

Pat SummerallDec 14, 1958

Che GuevaraDec 11, 1964

Malcolm XFeb 21, 1965

Dorothy HeightMar 20, 1965

Bob DylanAug 28, 1965

Elton JohnNov 16, 1970

Martina NavratilovaSep 6, 1975

Nelson MandelaJun 22, 1990

Mark MessierMay 25, 1994

Wayne GretzkyApr 18, 1999

ShakiraAug 12, 1999

Bill BelichickJan 4, 2000

Ray LewisJan 28, 2001

Daniel Day-LewisDec 20, 2002

Isiah ThomasDec 22, 2003

Martin ScorseseSep 26, 2006

Moises AlouNov 20, 2006

Bobby OrrNov 3, 2013

Phil JacksonMar 18, 2014

Emma WatsonSep 18, 2014

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New York - Historical Events
Date Event
1524-04-17

Giovanni Verrazano, a Florentine navigator, discovers New York Bay

1609-07-29

Samuel de Champlain shoots and kills two Iroquois chiefs at Ticonderoga, New York setting the stage for French-Iroquois conflicts for the next 150 years

1652-06-27

New Amsterdam (now New York City) enacts first speed limit law in North America

1653-02-02

New Amsterdam becomes a city (later renamed New York)

1660-11-15

First kosher butcher (Asser Levy) licensed in New Amsterdam (now New York City)

1665-06-12

New Amsterdam legally becomes British and renamed New York after English Duke of York

1665-06-12

England installs a municipal government in New York City

1673-01-22

Postal service between New York & Boston inaugurated

1683-11-01

The British crown colony of New York is subdivided into 12 counties.

1755-09-08

Battle of Lake George in the Province of New York: British army beats French

1755-09-18

Fort Ticonderoga, New York opens

1774-07-04

Orangetown Resolutions adopted in the Province of New York, one of many protests against the British Parliament's Coercive Acts

1777-04-20

New York adopts new constitution as an independent state

1783-03-15

In an emotional speech in Newburgh, New York, George Washington asks his officers not to support the Newburgh Conspiracy. The plea is successful and the threatened coup d'etat never takes place.

1783-11-25

Britain evacuates New York city, its last military position in United States

1787-10-27

Federalist letters start appearing in New York newspapers

1790-10-28

New York gives up claims to Vermont for $30,000

1790-12-06

The U.S. Congress moves from New York City to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1792-05-17

24 merchants form New York Stock Exchange at 70 Wall Street

1792-10-12

First celebration of Columbus Day in the USA held in New York

1799-03-29

New York passes a law aimed at gradually abolishing slavery in the state.

1801-11-16

First edition of New York Evening Post

1808-04-08

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Baltimore was promoted to an archdiocese, with the founding of the dioceses of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Bardstown (now Louisville) by Pope Pius VII.

1813-07-05

War of 1812: Three weeks of British raids on Fort Schlosser, Black Rock and Plattsburgh, New York begin.

1817-03-08

The New York Stock Exchange is founded.

1825-06-11

The first cornerstone is laid for Fort Hamilton in New York City.

1827-11-17

The Delta Phi fraternity, America's oldest continuous social fraternity, was founded at Union College in Schenectady, New York.

1830-03-16

New York Stock Exchange slowest day ever (31 shares traded)

1830-03-26

The Book of Mormon is published in Palmyra, New York.

1831-12-31

Gramercy Park is deeded to New York City.

1833-09-03

New York Sun begins publishing (1st daily newspaper)

1835-05-06

James Gordon Bennett, Sr. publishes the first issue of the New York Herald (price 1 cent).

1835-08-25

New York Sun publishes Moon hoax story about John Herschel

1837-02-13

Riot in New York due to a combination of poverty and increase in the cost of flour

1837-05-10

Panic of 1837: New York City banks fail, and unemployment reaches record levels.

1839-09-06

Great fire in New York

1841-04-10

New York Tribune begins publishing under editor Horace Greeley

1842-11-09

The first U.S. design patent for typefaces and borders was issued to George Bruce of New York City

1843-02-06

The first minstrel show in the United States The Virginia Minstrels opens (Bowery Amphitheatre in New York City).

1847-06-27

New York & Boston linked by telegraph wires

1849-02-14

In New York City, James Knox Polk becomes first serving US President to have his photograph taken (by Matthew Brady).

1851-09-18

New York Times starts publishing (2 cents a copy)

1853-07-14

1st US World's fair opens at New York's Crystal Palace

1855-07-04

In Brooklyn, New York, the first edition of Walt Whitman's book of poems, titled Leaves of Grass, is published.

1859-04-04

Bryant's Minstrels debut "Dixie" in New York City in the finale of a blackface minstrel show.

1860-02-27

Abraham Lincoln makes a speech at Cooper Union in the city of New York that is largely responsible for his election to the Presidency.

1861-01-05

250 Federal troops are sent from New York to Ft Sumter

1864-04-29

The Theta Xi fraternity is founded at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.

1864-04-30

New York becomes 1st state to charge a hunting license fee

1864-11-25

Confederate plot to burn New York city fails

1865-01-04

The New York Stock Exchange opens its first permanent headquarters at 10-12 Broad near Wall Street in New York City.

1866-02-26

New York Legislature forms NYC Metropolitan Board of Health

1867-12-02

In a New York City theater, British author Charles Dickens gives his first public reading in the United States.

1868-03-27

The Lake Ontario Shore Railroad Company is organized in Oswego, New York.

1868-09-08

New York Athletic Club forms

1869-05-15

National Woman Suffrage Association forms in New York, founded by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton

1870-01-03

Construction begins on Brooklyn Bridge in New York; completed May 24, 1883

1871-10-13

The Delphic Fraternity is founded as the Delphic Society at the State Normal School in Geneseo, New York.

1872-09-26

The first Shriners Temple (called Mecca) was established in New York City.

1873-03-01

E. Remington and Sons in Ilion, New York begins production of the first practical typewriter.

1873-10-30

P T Barnum's circus, "Greatest Show on Earth", debuts (New York City)

1874-01-01

New York City annexes the Bronx

1876-02-02

Baseball's National League forms with teams in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia, St Louis

1876-06-04

An express train called the Transcontinental Express arrives in San Francisco, California, via the First Transcontinental Railroad only 83 hours and 39 minutes after having left New York City.

1879-05-31

Madison Square Garden opens in New York, named after 4th President James Madison

1881-01-22

Ancient Egyptian obelisk "Cleopatra's Needle" erected in Central Park, New York

1884-05-13

Institute for Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) forms in New York

1886-10-28

Statue of Liberty dedicated by US President Grover Cleveland, celebrated by first confetti (ticker tape) parade in New York City

1888-09-07

Edith Eleanor McLean is 1st baby to be placed in an incubator at State Emigrant Hospital on Ward's Island, New York

1889-11-14

New York World reporter Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane) began her attempt to surpass fictitious journey of Jules Verne's Phileas Fogg by traveling around world in less than 80 days She succeeded, finishing the trip in January in 72 days and 6 hours

1890-04-11

Ellis Island, New York, designated as an immigration station

1890-08-06

At Auburn Prison, New York murderer William Kemmler becomes first person to be executed by electric chair.

1890-10-13

The Delta Chi fraternity is founded by 11 law students at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

1894-03-08

The state of New York enacts the nation's first dog-licensing law.

1896-03-23

The Raines Law is passed by the New York State Legislature, restricting Sunday sale of alcohol to hotels.

1899-01-03

The first known use of the word automobile, was seen in an editorial in The New York Times.

1899-12-10

The Delta Sigma Phi fraternity is founded at the City College of New York.

1900-03-24

New York City Mayor Robert Anderson Van Wyck breaks ground for a new underground "Rapid Transit Railroad" that would link Manhattan and Brooklyn.

1900-10-26

After 4 years of work, first section of New York subway opens

1901-04-25

New York becomes 1st state requiring auto license plates ($1 fee)

1901-09-06

US President William McKinley is shot by Leon Czolgosz, an anarchist, while visiting the Pan-American Exposition in New York

1902-08-08

2nd Davis Cup: USA beats British Isles in New York (3-2)

1904-07-06

The US Democratic Party nominates little known New York judge Alton B Parker for presidential nominee - virtually assuring the election of Theodore Roosevelt

1904-08-09

Libanus McLouth Todd of Rochester, New York patents his check-writing machine, the Protectograph designed to protect against check forgers

1904-10-24

First New York subway opens

1904-10-29

Interborough Rapid Transit subway opens in New York City

1904-12-31

The first New Year's Eve celebration is held in Times Square, then known as Longacre Square, in New York, New York.

1905-04-17

The Supreme Court of the United States decides Lochner v. New York which held that the "right to free contract" was implicit in the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution.

1905-08-05

First meeting of the Russian and Japanese peace commissioners takes place in US President Roosevelt's home at Oyster Bay, New York

1906-01-08

A landslide in Haverstraw, New York, caused by the excavation of clay along the Hudson River, kills 20 people.

1906-11-18

Langdon Mitchells "New York Idea" premieres in NYC

1907-06-15

Researcher George Soper publishes the results of his investigation into recent typhoid outbreaks in the New York area and announces that Mary Mallon [Typhoid Mary] is the likely source of the outbreak

1907-11-07

Delta Sigma Pi is founded at New York University.

1909-11-26

Sigma Alpha Mu is founded in the City College of New York by 8 Jewish young men.

1910-02-19

Typhoid Mary [Mary Mallon] is freed from her first periods of forced isolation and goes on to cause several further outbreaks of typhoid in the New York area

1912-04-18

The Cunard liner RMS Carpathia brings 705 survivors from the RMS Titanic to New York City.

1912-09-25

Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism is founded in New York, New York.

1913-04-24

Skyscraper, the Woolworth Building in New York City is opened

1913-11-26

Phi Sigma Sigma is founded at Hunter College in New York City.

1914-02-26

New York Museum of Science & Industry incorporated

1914-05-30

The new and then largest Cunard ocean liner RMS Aquitania, 45,647 tons, sets sails on her maiden voyage from Liverpool, England to New York City.

1914-08-15

13th Davis Cup: Australasia beats USA in New York (3-2)

1914-11-28

World War I: Following a war-induced closure in July, the New York Stock Exchange re-opens for bond trading.

1915-03-27

Typhoid Mary [Mary Mallon] is arrested and returned to quarantine on North Brother Island, New York after spending five years evading health authorities and causing several further outbreaks of typhoid

1915-07-15

The head of German propaganda in the US, Dr Heinrich Albert, loses his briefcase on a subway in New York City; an examination of its content reveals an extensive network of German espionage and subversion across the US

1915-08-19

British liner 'SS Arabic' sunk by German submarine without warning leaving Liverpool for New York; killing 44. Creates diplomatic incident

1915-10-23

25,000 women march in New York City demanding right to vote

1916-04-10

The Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA) is created in New York City.

1917-03-17

Delta Phi Epsilon is founded at New York University Law School.

1921-04-02

Prof Albert Einstein lectures in New York City on his new Theory of Relativity

1921-09-03

16th Davis Cup: USA beats Japan in New York (5-0)

1922-02-20

WOR-AM in New York City begins radio transmissions

1922-03-18

The first public celebration of Bat mitzvah, for the daughter of Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan, is held in New York City.

1922-09-05

17th Davis Cup: USA beats Australasia in New York (4-1)

1923-09-01

18th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (4-1), for their 4th straight Davis Cup

1923-10-29

Gibbs/Grey/Wood's revue "Runnin' Wild" (introducing Charleston) opens on Broadway, New York City

1924-07-01

Dircet regular transcontinental airmail service between New York and San Francisco forms

1924-11-27

In New York City, the first Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is held.

1926-09-25

9th PGA Championship: Walter Hagen at Salisbury Golf Club in Westbury, New York

1928-01-13

RCA and GE install three test television sets in homes in Schenectady, New York allowing American inventor E.F.W. Alexanderson to demonstrate the first home television receiver which delivered a poor and unsteady 1.5 square inch picture

1928-06-29

The Outerbridge Crossing and Goethals Bridge in Staten Island, New York both opened.

1930-05-27

The 1,046-foot (319-meter) Chrysler Building in New York City, the tallest man-made structure at the time, opens to the public.

1930-12-11

Bank of the United States closes in New York City

1931-10-01

The second (and current) Waldorf-Astoria Hotel is opened in New York.

1931-10-24

George Washington Bridge linking New York City and New Jersey dedicated, opens the next day

1932-03-29

Jack Benny debuts on radio, on Ed Sullivan's New York interview program

1933-11-07

Fiorello H. La Guardia is elected the 99th mayor of New York City.

1934-01-26

The Apollo Theater reopens in Harlem, New York City.

1934-02-09

-14.3°F (-25.7°C), coldest day in New York City

1934-07-10

2nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-7 at Polo Grounds, New York

1936-04-01

Charles "Lucky" Luciano" is arrested in Arkansas on a criminal warrant from New York

1938-09-21

The Great Hurricane of 1938 makes landfall on Long Island in New York. The death toll is estimated at 500-700 people.

1938-10-31

Great Depression: In an effort to try restore investor confidence, the New York Stock Exchange unveils a fifteen-point program aimed to upgrade protection for the investing public.

1939-04-30

New York World's Fair opens

1939-07-11

7th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-1 at Yankee Stadium, New York NY Yankee/AL maanager Joe McCarthy starts 6 Yankees

1940-02-01

NBC performs the first inter-city television broadcast from its station in New York City to another in Schenectady, New York by General Electric relay antennas.

1940-10-30

Cole Porters musical "Panama Hattie" premieres in New York City

1940-11-18

George Matesky, New York City's Mad Bomber places his first bomb at a Manhattan office building used by Consolidated Edison.

1941-05-09

Louis Buchalter is arraigned in New York state court on the 1936 Joseph Rosen murder along with three other murders

1941-10-29

Cole Porter's musical "Let's Face It" premieres in New York City

1942-07-06

10th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-1 at Polo Grounds, New York

1942-08-01

Race riots in Harlem, New York

1943-01-23

Duke Ellington plays at Carnegie Hall in New York City for the first time.

1943-12-16

"Tamiami Champion" (New York to Florida) trains collide, kills 73 & injures 200

1944-01-18

The Metropolitan Opera House in New York City hosts a jazz concert for the first time. The performers were Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Artie Shaw, Roy Eldridge and Jack Teagarden.

1944-05-09

1st eye bank opens in New York

1946-06-06

The Basketball Association of America is formed in New York City.

1947-05-16

Billie Holiday is arrested in her New York apartment for possession of narcotics

1947-12-30

36th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (4-1)

1948-01-02

WNDT (now WNET) TV channel 13 in New York-Newark, NY (PBS) begins

1948-08-10

WABC TV channel 7 in New York, NY (ABC) begins broadcasting

1948-08-20

US expels Soviet Consul General in New York, Jacob Lomakin

1948-09-06

37th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (5-0)

1949-08-28

38th Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in New York (4-1)

1950-08-26

39th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in New York (4-1)

1951-05-16

The first regularly scheduled transatlantic flights begin between John F Kennedy International Airport in New York City and Heathrow Airport in London, operated by El Al Israel Airlines.

1951-05-21

The opening of the Ninth Street Show, otherwise known as the 9th Street Art Exhibition - a gathering of a number of notable artists, and the stepping-out of the post war New York avant-garde, collectively know as the New York School.

1952-12-01

The New York Daily News reports the first successful sexual reassignment operation.

1953-02-18

"Bwana Devil," the 1st 3-D movie, opened in New York

1953-12-08

Dwight D. Eisenhower gives his "Atoms for Peace" speech at the UN in New York.

1954-01-07

Georgetown-IBM experiment, the first public demonstration of a machine translation system, is held in New York at the head office of IBM.

1954-08-10

At Massena, New York, the groundbreaking ceremony for the St. Lawrence Seaway is held.

1955-12-28

44th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in New York (5-0)

1957-11-14

The Apalachin Meeting outside Binghamton, New York is raided by law enforcement, and many high level Mafia figures are arrested.

1957-12-30

New York Giants win NFL championship

1958-10-26

PanAm flies first transatlantic jet trip-New York to Paris

1958-12-14

Pat Summerall kicks game winning field goal for the New York Giants against the Cleveland Browns at Yankee Stadium

1958-12-28

"The Greatest Game Ever Played", Baltimore Colts beat New York Giants 23-17 in the first every sudden-death overtime game in NFL history (17 future members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame were involved in the game)

1959-08-31

48th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in New York (3-2)

1960-04-28

Elena Kagan, New York, US Supreme Court Judge

1960-07-13

29th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 6-0 at Yankee Stadium, New York

1961-03-30

The Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs is signed at New York.

1962-01-04

1st automated (unmanned) subway train in New York City

1962-02-28

WMGM-AM in New York City changes call letters to WHN

1962-04-11

New York Mets make a losing debut

1962-10-20

Musical "Mr President" opens at St James Theater New York for 265 performances

1962-11-01

WNYC TV channel 31 in New York, NY (PBS) begins broadcasting

1964-04-23

New York State Theater opens

1964-07-07

35th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-4 at Shea Stadium, New York

1964-07-24

-27) race riot in Rochester, New York, 4 killed

1964-12-11

Che Guevara speaks at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City. An unknown terrorist fires a mortar shell at the building during the speech.

1965-02-21

Rights activist Malcolm X is shot dead by Nation of Islam followers at Audubon Ballroom in New York

1965-03-20

Civil and Women's Rights Activist Dorothy Height has her first column published in the weekly African-American newspaper called the "New York Amsterdam News"

1965-04-21

New York World's Fair reopens for 2nd & final season

1965-08-28

Bob Dylan booed for playing electric guiter at a concert in New York's Forest Hills

1966-11-24

New York City experiences the smoggiest day in the city's history.

1967-11-22

Silver hits record $2.17 an ounce in New York

1968-06-07

The body of assassinated U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy lies in state at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York.

1968-08-04

WXTV TV channel 41 in New York-Paterson, NY (UNI) begins broadcasting

1969-06-28

Stonewall riots begin in New York City.

1969-09-02

The first automatic teller machine in the United States is installed in Rockville Center, New York.

1970-09-21

New York Times starts first modern op-ed page.

1970-11-16

Elton John records a show in New York City which was later released as his 11-17-70 album

1971-02-10

American Mensa Ltd incorporates in New York

1971-04-08

1st legal off-track betting system begins (OTB-New York)

1971-06-13

The New York Times begin publishing excerpts from the Pentagon Papers, classified documents on the long history of the U.S. in Vietnam

1972-03-15

"The Godfather", starring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, premieres in New York

1972-07-21

In New York 57 murders occur in 24 hours

1973-04-03

The first portable cell phone call is made in New York City, United States.

1973-05-11

Citing government misconduct, Daniel Ellsberg has his charges for his involvement in releasing the Pentagon Papers to The New York Times dismissed.

1973-09-06

New York Times reports almost all Superfectas run at Yonkers, Roosevelt & Monticello from Jan-Mar of 1973 were fixed

1973-09-28

ITT Building in New York City bombed to protest ITT's involvement in the September 11 1973 coup d'état in Chile.

1974-01-08

Silver hits record $3.40 an ounce in New York

1974-09-01

The SR-71 Blackbird sets (and holds) the record for flying from New York to London: 1 hour 54 minutes and 56.4 seconds.

1975-09-06

Czech tennis star Martina Navratilova asks for US political asylum in New York City during the US Open

1975-12-14

WCPR (Brooklyn New York pirate radio station) begins broadcasting on 1620 AM

1976-02-07

FCC raids & shuts down pirate radio station WCPR (Brooklyn New York)

1976-07-29

In New York City, the "Son of Sam" kills one person and seriously wounds another in the first of a series of attacks.

1977-05-27

New York City fines George Willig 1 cent for each of 110 stories he climbed

1977-10-26

Dr Clifford R Wharton Jr named chancellor of State University of New York

1977-11-21

First flight of Concorde (London to New York)

1977-12-31

WFAT (Brooklyn New York pirate radio station) begins broadcasting on 1620 AM

1978-11-19

"The Miracle at the Meadowlands", Eagles Herman Edwards returns a fumble for a touchdown with 31 seconds left to give Philadelphia a 19-17 victory over the rival New York Giants

1979-02-18

-52°F (-47°C), Old Forge, New York (state record)

1979-04-19

FCC raids & shuts down pirate radio station WFAT (Brooklyn New York)

1979-04-30

Mary Therese Friel, (New York), crowned 28th Miss USA

1979-08-02

Gilda Radner Live From New York opens on Broadway

1979-12-03

Shadow Traffic begins broadcasting in the New York City metropolitan area.

1980-04-01

New York City's Transit Worker Union 100 begins a strike lasting 11 days.

1980-09-27

WHOT (Brooklyn New York pirate radio station) begins on 1620 AM & 92.5 FM

1982-12-30

US Assay Office in New York City, NY closes

1983-01-23

"Mud Bowl", Miami Dolphins beat the New York Jets 14-0 in the AFC Championship Game on a wet, muddy field, which negated the Jets significant speed and skill advantage

1983-03-30

New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) begins trading in crude oil future

1985-02-07

"New York, New York" became the official anthem of NYC

1985-05-31

1985 United States-Canadian tornado outbreak: Forty-one tornadoes hit Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Ontario, leaving 76 dead.

1985-09-22

The Plaza Accord was signed in New York City.

1986-10-28

The centennial of the Statue of Liberty's dedication is celebrated in New York Harbor.

1987-01-13

Seven top New York Mafia bosses sentenced to 100 years in prison each

1987-07-23

RNI (Brooklyn New York pirate radio station) begins broadcasting on 1620 AM

1988-08-06

The Tompkins Square Park Police Riot in New York City spurs reform of the NYPD, who were responsible for the melee that transpired the night of August 6-7.

1988-08-07

Rioting in New York City's Tompkins Square Park.

1990-06-22

Nelson Mandela addresses the United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid in New York, saying that nothing, which has happened in South Africa, calls for a revision of the position that the Organisation has taken in its struggle against apartheid; he adds that a democratic, non-racial SA is within reach

1990-08-03

"Little Night Music" opens at New York State Theater NYC for 11 perfs

1990-11-07

"Little Night Music" closes at New York State NYC after 11 perfs

1991-07-09

"Little Night Music" opens at New York State Theater NYC for 7 perfs

1991-08-10

"A Little Night Music" closes at New York State NYC after 7 perfs

1991-11-07

"Brigadoon" opens at New York State Theater NYC for 12 performances

1991-11-17

"Brigadoon" closes at New York State Theater NYC after 12 performances

1992-04-21

Mobil Oil tug with 12,000 gallons of oil run aground in Arthur Kill (a tidal strait separating Staten Island, New York City from mainland New Jersey, USA)

1992-08-03

Paramount inaugurates New York Street on TV/movie lot

1992-10-09

A 13 kilogram (est.) meteorite lands in the driveway of the Knapp residence in Peekskill, New York, destroying the family's 1980 Chevrolet Malibu

1993-11-09

"Cinderella" opens at New York State Theater NYC for 14 performances

1993-11-21

"Cinderella" closes at New York State Theater NYC after 14 perfs

1993-12-07

The Long Island Rail Road massacre: Passenger Colin Ferguson murders six people and injures 19 others on the LIRR in Nassau County, New York.

1994-05-25

Mark Messier guarantees his New York Rangers will beat the New Jersey Devils in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, which he would help deliver on by scoring a natural hat trick in the game

1995-05-11

In New York City, more than 170 countries decide to extend the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty indefinitely and without conditions.

1995-08-27

Worst fire in New York in 80 years ends after 4 days

1995-09-19

The Washington Post and The New York Times publish the Unabomber's manifesto.

1995-09-24

31st Ryder Cup: Europe beats US, 14½-13½ at Oak Hill County Club (Rochester, New York, US)

1996-05-10

Excel Communications, Inc. becomes the youngest company ever to join the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), trading under the symbol (ECI).

1996-07-17

TWA Flight 800: Off the coast of Long Island, New York, a Paris-bound TWA Boeing 747 explodes, killing all 230 on board.

1998-02-18

Two white separatists are arrested in Nevada and accused of plotting a biological attack on New York City subways.

1998-05-17

David Wells (New York Yankees) pitches a perfect game against the Minnesota Twins

1998-05-26

The United States Supreme Court rules that Ellis Island, the historic gateway for millions of immigrants, is mainly in the state of New Jersey, not New York.

1998-06-25

In Clinton v. City of New York, the United States Supreme Court decides that the Line Item Veto Act of 1996 is unconstitutional.

1999-02-04

Unarmed West African immigrant Amadou Diallo is shot dead by four plainclothes New York City police officers on an unrelated stake-out, inflaming race-relations in the city.

1999-04-18

Wayne Gretzky plays his last game in the NHL, as his New York Rangers lose 2-1 to the Pittsburgh Penguins

1999-06-25

53rd NBA Championship: San Antonio Spurs beat New York Knicks, 4 games to 1

1999-08-12

Shakira records her first live album in New York City, titled "MTV Unplugged"

1999-10-31

EgyptAir Flight 990 traveling from New York City to Cairo crashes off the coast of Nantucket, Massachusetts, killing all 217 on-board.

2000-01-04

A day after accepting the head coaching position of the New York Jets, Bill Belichick resigns

2000-02-15

Indian Point II nuclear power plant in New York State vents a small amount of radioactive steam when a steam generator fails.

2000-10-23

"Monday Night Miracle", down 30-7 at the end of the third quarter, the New York Jets pulled together a rapid and improbable comeback with 4 touchdowns and a field goal in the fourth quarter, eventually defeating the Miami Dolphins 40-37 in overtime

2001-01-28

Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens beat New York Giants, 34-7 at the Raymond James Stadium MVP: Ray Lewis, Baltimore, LB

2001-09-11

Two passenger planes hijacked by terrorists crashes into New York's World Trade Towers causing the collapse of both & death of 2,752 people

2001-09-17

Major trading markets in the United States, including the New York Stock Exchange and the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), reopen for the first time since September 11

2001-10-18

Crude Oil for November delivery falls to its lowest level since August 1999 on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX)

2001-11-06

Crude oil for December delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) falls to a two-year low after OPEC members warn that a downward price spiral could occur if major non-OPEC oil exporters do not reduce oil production

2001-11-12

In New York City, American Airlines Flight 587, an Airbus A300 on its way to the Dominican Republic, crashes minutes after takeoff from John F. Kennedy International Airport, killing all 260 on board and five on the ground.

2001-12-02

Enron files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the Southern District of New York

2001-12-26

Crude oil prices on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) record one of their largest 1-day jumps of the year as traders become convinced that OPEC will follow through on production cuts

2002-12-20

"Gangs of New York", starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Cameron Diaz, is released

2003-12-22

The New York Knicks hire Isiah Thomas as President of Basketball Operations

2004-05-26

The New York Times publishes an admission of journalistic failings, claiming that its flawed reporting and lack of skeptism towards sources during the buildup to the 2003 war in Iraq helped promote the belief that Iraq possessed large stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction.

2004-06-24

Capital punishment is declared unconstitutional in New York

2004-07-04

The cornerstone of the Freedom Tower is laid on the site of the World Trade Center in New York City. (This was largely a symbolic event; actual construction would not start for several weeks)

2004-10-20

Boston Red Sox come back from 0-3 to defeat the New York Yankees 4-3 to win baseball's American League

2005-08-12

An F1 tornado strikes Glen Cove, New York, a rare event on Long Island

2005-09-27

Atlanta Braves clinch their 14th straight division title thanks to Philadelphia's loss to the New York Mets

2005-10-02

The Ethan Allen tour boat capsizes on Lake George in Upstate New York, killing twenty people.

2005-12-20

2005 New York City transit strike: New York City's Transport Workers Union Local 100 goes on strike, shutting down all New York City Subway and Bus services.

2006-01-12

During an emotional ceremony, Mark Messier's #11 jersey is retired by the New York Rangers

2006-02-12

A powerful winter storm blankets the Northeastern United States dumping 1 to 2 feet of snow from Washington DC up to Boston, Massachusetts. The storm dumped a record 26.9 inches of snow in New York City.

2006-04-27

Construction begins on the Freedom Tower for the new World Trade Center in New York City.

2006-07-05

Emergency United Nations Security Council meeting at the U.N in New York City because of North Korean missile tests that day

2006-09-26

Martin Scorsese's "The Departed", starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and Mark Wahlberg, premieres in New York City

2006-11-20

Moises Alou signs a one year-contract with the New York Mets worth $7.5 million

2007-08-08

An EF2 tornado touches down in Kings County and Richmond County, New York State, the most powerful tornado in New York to date and the first in Brooklyn since 1889.

2007-09-17

AOL, once the largest ISP in the U.S., officially announces plans to refocus the company as an advertising business and to relocate its corporate headquarters from Dulles, Virginia to New York, New York.

2008-02-03

Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants beat New England Patriots, 17-14 at the University of Phoenix Stadium MVP: Eli Manning, New York, QB

2008-03-13

Gold prices on the New York Mercantile Exchange hit $1,000.00 an ounce for the first time.

2008-03-17

New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer resigns after a scandal involving a high-end prostitute. David Paterson becomes acting New York State governor.

2008-07-16

79th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-3 at Yankee Stadium, New York

2009-01-15

US Airways Flight 1549 makes an emergency landing into the Hudson River shortly after takeoff from LaGuardia Airport in New York City. All passengers and crew members survive.

2009-02-12

Colgan Air Flight 3407 crashes near Buffalo in the state of New York killing 50 people.

2010-05-01

Car bomb fails to go off in Times Square, New York City

2010-05-08

The last piece of Yankee Stadium falls in the Bronx, New York, marking the end of the two year demolition process.

2010-12-19

"Miracle at the New Meadowlands", trailing the New York Giants by 21 points with under eight minutes to play in the 4th quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles score four unanswered touchdowns in the final seven minutes and 28 seconds of play, including the final score, a dramatic walk-off punt returned for a touchdown by DeSean Jackson as time expires

2011-09-17

Occupy Wall Street movement began in Zucotti Park, New York City.

2012-02-05

Super Bowl XLVI: New York Giants beat New England Patriots, 21-17 at the Lucas Oil Stadium MVP: Eli Manning, New York, QB

2012-04-30

The unfinished One World Trade Center overtakes the Empire State building to become the tallest building in New York

2012-06-01

New York Mets pitcher Johan Santana pitches a no-hitter against the St. Louis Cardinals

2012-09-23

20 Iranian US Visas are denied, including diplomats and two ministers, ahead of the UN general assembly meeting in New York

2012-10-26

China blocks the New York Times from searches and social media in response to an investigation into Premier Wen Jiabao

2012-10-29

Hurricane Sandy makes landfall in New Jersey resulting in 110 deaths and $50 billion in damage and forces the New York stock exchange to close

2012-10-31

The New York stock exchange opens after being closed for two days after Hurricane Sandy

2012-11-26

The cost of Hurricane Sandy to New York is announced to be $32 Billion

2012-12-20

Intercontinental Exchange purchases the New York Stock Exchange, the largest in the world, for $8 billion

2013-07-16

84th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-0 at Citi Field, New York

2013-08-05

Alex Rodriquez, New York Yankee MLB player, is banned for 211 games for using human growth hormones

2013-09-20

Alex Rodriquez sets new MLB record with 24 Grand Slam home runs for the New York Yankees

2013-11-03

Bobby Orr's autobiography "Orr: My Story" debuts at the #8 position on The New York Times best seller list for nonfiction

2014-03-12

8 people are killed, 70 are injured, & 2 buildings are leveled by a gas explosion in East Harlem, New York

2014-03-18

Phil Jackson signs a five-year contract to be president of the New York Knicks

2014-06-13

Los Angeles Kings defeat the New York Rangers to win the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals in 5 games

2014-09-18

Emma Watson delivers an address to a standing ovation at UN Headquarters in New York City, helping launch the UN Women campaign HeForShe, which calls for men to advocate for gender equality

2014-11-04

More than 13 years after the original towers were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, New York's 104-storey World Trade Center re-opens for business in Manhattan

2015-11-01

World Series: Kansas City Royals steal Game 4 from New York Mets

2015-11-19

ISIS video threatens New York City

2015-12-21

Iranians hacked into New York dam

2016-01-22

Mosquito-Borne Zika Virus Found in 3 New York State Patients

2016-01-30

New York Times endorses Hillary Clinton for president

2016-02-06

New York Gov. Cuomo announces regulations to prevent gay 'conversion therapy'

2016-03-09

New York to expand free Zika testing to pregnant women

2016-03-20

Anti-Trump Protesters Block Road in Arizona and Clash With Police in New York

2016-04-20

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Win Easily in New York

2016-05-28

New York plane crash: WW2 aircraft in Hudson River

2016-06-01

New York probing Trump's closing of Trump Tower atrium for campaign events

2016-08-11

New York police arrest man trying to climb Trump Tower

2016-08-14

Muslim cleric and associate shot to death on New York street

2016-09-18

New York mayor says evidence Chelsea blast was 'intentional act'

2016-09-18

New York City shaken by 'intentional' explosion, 29 injured

2016-10-09

Derailed train injures 15 to 20, disrupts service on Long Island, New York

2016-12-27

New York to Paris flight diverts to Republic of Ireland to use toilets

2017-02-19

New York bomb plot mastermind Omar Abdel Rahman dies in prison

2017-03-17

New York City EMT Is Killed in Ambulance Theft in the Bronx

2017-04-01

Rikers Island Could Be Closed And Replaced With Smaller Jails Around New York City

2017-06-17

New York Times sues FBI to get notes of Comey-Trump talks

2017-11-01

Several people killed by vehicle on New York City bike path

2017-12-29

Fire in New York City apartment block kills 12 including an infant

2018-03-12

All five passengers died after helicopter crashes in New York City's East River

2018-04-08

Man, 67, killed in raging fire at Trump Tower in New York

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New York - Notable Birthdays

John JayDec 12, 1745

Martin Van BurenDec 5, 1782

Washington IrvingApr 3, 1783

Sojourner TruthNov 18, 1787

James Gordon BennettSep 1, 1795

Walt WhitmanMay 31, 1819

Herman MelvilleAug 1, 1819

John D RockefellerJul 8, 1839

William JamesJan 11, 1842

George WestinghouseOct 6, 1846

Emma LazarusJul 22, 1849

George EastmanJul 12, 1854

Frank KelloggDec 22, 1856

Edith WhartonJan 24, 1862

Arnold RothsteinJan 17, 1882

Eleanor RooseveltOct 11, 1884

Walter LippmannSep 23, 1889

Henry MillerDec 26, 1891

Mae WestAug 17, 1893

Louis BuchalterFeb 6, 1897

Moe HowardJun 19, 1897

Al CaponeJan 17, 1899

James CagneyJul 17, 1899

Aaron CoplandNov 14, 1900

Willie SuttonJun 30, 1901

Robert OppenheimerApr 22, 1904

Clara BowJul 29, 1905

Estée LauderJul 1, 1906

Cesar RomeroFeb 15, 1907

Milton FriedmanJul 31, 1912

Vince LombardiJun 11, 1913

Kirk DouglasDec 9, 1916

Red AuerbachSep 20, 1917

Buddy RichSep 30, 1917

Malcolm ForbesAug 19, 1919

Gene TierneyNov 19, 1920

Arthur Leonard SchawlowMay 5, 1921

Jake LaMottaJul 10, 1921

Alex HaleyAug 11, 1921

Eileen FordMar 25, 1922

Estelle GettyJul 25, 1923

James BaldwinAug 2, 1924

Barbara Pierce BushJun 8, 1925

Mel BrooksJun 28, 1926

Jerry StillerJun 8, 1927

Vin ScullyNov 29, 1927

Dolph SchayesMay 19, 1928

Bob CousyAug 9, 1928

Joe GalloApr 7, 1929

Harvey MilkMay 22, 1930

Roone ArledgeJul 8, 1931

Bob DenverJan 9, 1935

Lenny WilkensOct 28, 1937

Carl YastrzemskiAug 22, 1939

Ralph LaurenOct 14, 1939

Joe PepitoneOct 9, 1940

Barbra StreisandApr 24, 1942

Roy DeMeoSep 7, 1942

Judith SheindlinOct 21, 1942

Martin ScorseseNov 17, 1942

Robert LefkowitzApr 15, 1943

Billy CunninghamJun 3, 1943

Henry HillJun 11, 1943

Barry ManilowJun 17, 1943

Al MichaelsNov 12, 1944

Dick WolfDec 20, 1946

Kareem Abdul-JabbarApr 16, 1947

Danielle SteelAug 14, 1947

Barbara BachAug 27, 1947

Hillary RodhamOct 26, 1947

Rick JamesFeb 1, 1948

Nate ArchibaldApr 18, 1948

Johnny RamoneOct 8, 1948

Alan MenkenJul 22, 1949

Julius ErvingFeb 22, 1950

Paul KrugmanFeb 28, 1953

seinfeldApr 29, 1954

Willie RandolphJul 6, 1954

Al SharptonOct 3, 1954

Whoopi GoldbergNov 13, 1955

Bill MaherJan 20, 1956

Roger GoodellFeb 19, 1959

Jane GeddesFeb 5, 1960

Howard JohnsonNov 29, 1960

Eddie MurphyApr 3, 1961

Hank AzariaApr 25, 1964

Adam YauchAug 5, 1964

Adam SandlerSep 9, 1966

Philip Seymour HoffmanJul 23, 1967

Riddick BoweAug 10, 1967

Michael MoorerNov 12, 1967

Jennifer LopezJul 24, 1969

Puff DaddyNov 4, 1969

Jay-ZDec 4, 1969

Mary Jane BligeJan 11, 1971

Tupac ShakurJun 16, 1971

Liv TylerJul 1, 1977

Maggie GyllenhaalNov 16, 1977

Alicia KeysJan 25, 1981

Julia StilesMar 28, 1981

Anne HathawayNov 12, 1982

Leelee SobieskiJun 10, 1983

Mark ZuckerbergMay 14, 1984

Scarlett JohanssonNov 22, 1984

Lady GagaMar 28, 1986

Lindsay LohanJul 2, 1986

New York - Birthdays
Date Event
1483-11-10

Martin Luther, Gangs of New York

1661-11-28

Edward Hyde, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, British Governor of New York and New Jersey (d. 1723)

1686-07-09

Philip Livingston, Albany, New York, American businessman and politician (d. 1749)

1745-12-12

John Jay, New York, NY, American statesman, 1st US Chief Justice

1754-10-16

Morgan Lewis, Governor of New York (1804-07) (d. 1844)

1758-12-23

Nathan Wilson U.S. Representative from New York

1782-12-05

Martin Van Buren, Kinderhook New York, (D) 8th US president (1837-41)

1783-04-03

Washington Irving, New York City New York, American writer (Legend of Sleepy Hollow)

1787-11-18

Sojourner Truth [Isabella Baumfree], Swartekill, New York, US abolitionist/feminist

1795-09-01

James Gordon Bennett, Sr., Keith Scotland, American newspaper publisher (New York Herald)

1800-09-11

Daniel S. Dickinson, New York senator (d. 1866)

1801-11-09

Gail Borden, Norwich New York, American Manufacturer and Inventor of condensed milk

1806-10-14

Preston King, U.S. Senator from New York (d. 1865)

1811-10-27

Isaac Merrit Singer, Pittstown New York, inventor (1st practical home sewing machine)

1812-06-14

Fernando Wood, New York City mayor (d. 1881)

1819-05-31

Walt Whitman, West Hills New York, American poet (Leaves of Grass)

1819-08-01

Herman Melville, New York, author (Moby Dick, Billy Budd), (d. 1891)

1819-08-09

Jonathan Homer Lane, Geneseo, New York, USA, American astrophysicist who mathmatically analyzed the Sun as a gaseous body.

1821-07-24

William Poole, American gang member (New York City's Bowery Boys) (d. 1855)

1839-07-08

John D Rockefeller, Richford New York, US capitalist/founder (Standard Oil), (d. 1937)

1842-01-11

William James, New York City New York, American psychologist/philosopher (Pragmatism)

1842-03-29

Octavius L. Pruden, Admiral Dewey Receiving the Washington and New York Committees

1843-08-29

David B. Hill, Governor of New York (d. 1910)

1843-09-25

Melville Reuben Bissell, Hartwick New York, American inventor (carpet sweeper)

1843-10-22

Stephen Babcock, Oneida County New York, American Agricultural Chemist (Babcock test and father of scientific dairying)

1844-08-22

George Washington De Long, New York City, American Arctic Explorer whose disastrous expedition provided evidence to support the theory of trans-Arctic oceanic drift

1846-10-06

George Westinghouse, Central Bridge, New York, entrepreneur and engineer (alternated US currency), (d. 1914)

1849-07-20

Robert Anderson Van Wyck, Mayor of New York City (d. 1918)

1849-07-22

Emma Lazarus, New York NY, poet ("New Colossus" - on the base of Statue of Liberty)

1849-07-22

Emma Lazarus, New York: Part 6 - The City of Tomorrow

1850-01-18

Seth Low, Opening of New East River Bridge, New York

1854-07-12

George Eastman, Waterville New York, inventor (Kodak camera)

1855-9-08

Thomas F. Fallon, While New York Sleeps

1856-12-22

Frank Kellogg, Potsdam, New York, Sec of State (1925-29), try to outlaw war (Nobel 1929), (d. 1937)

1861-01-15

Madge Orlamond, Streets of New York

1862-01-24

Edith Wharton [-Jones], New York NY, Pulitzer prize-winning novelist (Ethan Frome, House of Mirth), (d. 1937)

1863-04-29

William Randolph Hearst, Little Old New York

1865-11-23

George McClellan, Annual Parade, New York Fire Department

1865-9-04

C.M.S. McLellan, The Belle of New York

1867-01-21

James Marcus, New York, American actor (The Eagle, The Lonely Trail)

1868-03-06

William Locke, While New York Sleeps

1868-05-19

John Fillmore Hayford, Rouses Point New York, American Geodesist who established the theory of isostasy and founded the modern science of geodesy (precise measurements of the shape of the earth)

1868-08-22

Willis Rodney Whitney, Jamestown New York, American Chemist, founder of the General Electric research laboratory, and pioneer of industrial scientific research

1869-09-23

Mary Mallon, Cookstown County Tyrone, Irish-American patient best known as 'Typhoid Mary' and the first person in the United States known to be immune to typhoid, as a carrier of the disease she infected at least 51 people in the New York City area

1871-02-14

Charles Kennedy, Little Old New York

1872-06-24

Bert Levy, New York and Its People

1874-10-20

Bouck White, The Toast of New York

1874-11-09

Albert Francis Blakeslee, Geneseo New York, American Botanist

1876-05-19

William King Gregory, Greenwich Village New York, American palaeontologist (mammalian teeth, evolutionary theory)

1878-01-16

Harry Carey [Henry DeWitt Carey II], Bronx New York, American actor (Aces Wild, Border Cafe, Air Force)

1879-06-30

Walter Hampden, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Five Fingers, Hunchback of Notre Dame)

1880-02-09

Mrs. Frank A. Vanderlip, Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City

1880-08-12

Christy Mathewson, Christy Mathewson and the New York National League Team

1881-11-08

Frank Speck, Brooklyn New York, American Anthropologist (Algonquin Tribes and Eastern Woodland Native Americans)

1882-01-17

Arnold Rothstein, New York City New York, American gambler and mobster (fixed 1919 World Series)

1883-03-13

Jack Lait, New York Confidential

1883-08-19

Elsie Ferguson, New York City, New York, American film actress (Footlights, Scarlet Pages)

1884-10-11

Eleanor Roosevelt, [Anna], New York, 1st lady (1933-1945)/crusader (Nobel 1931), (d. 1962)

1884-9-10

John E. Eckerlein, Little Old New York

1885-03-03

Bess Stafford, It Happened in New York

1886-03-18

Edward Everett Horton, Brooklyn New York, American actor/narrator (Bulwinkle Show)

1886-06-02

Grover Whalen, Medicus Film of New York World's Fair

1886-06-29

Vincent Lawson, A King in New York

1887-06-05

Ruth Benedict, New York City, American anthropologist (Patterns of Culture)

1887-08-09

Edwin E. Ludig, The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair

1888-04-30

Oliver Johnston, A King in New York

1888-12-18

Robert Moses, 1964 New York World's Fair Report

1889-09-23

Walter Lippmann, New York City New York, American journalist/political writer (Public Opinion)

1890-01-28

Albert Prisco, The Great Mysteries of New York

1890-05-29

Beckwith Havens, The Capture of New York

1890-08-15

Elvin M. Jellinek, New York City, American Physiologist and pioneer in the study of alcoholism

1891-01-17

Marjorie Gateson, Brooklyn New York, American actress (One Man's Family)

1891-02-27

David Sarnoff, RCA Television Exhibit at New York Worlds Fair

1891-12-16

Clyde Cook, The Docks of New York

1891-12-26

Henry Miller, Manhattan, New York, author/artist (Tropic of Capricorn, Tropic of Cancer, Sexus), (d. 1980)

1892-02-08

Will Aubrey, Paris in New York

1892-02-09

Peggy Wood, Brooklyn New York, American actress (One Life to Live, Mama)

1892-07-01

Belle Willard Roosevelt, Only One New York

1893-08-17

Mae West, New York, film and stage actress and singer (She Done him Wrong), (d. 1980)

1893-12-25

Fred Hillebrand, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Martin Kane)

1894-10-04

Cliff Hall, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Crime Photographer)

1897-02-06

Louis Buchalter, New York City New York, Jewish American mobster (Murder, Inc.)

1897-03-18

Betty Compson, actress (Big City, Docks Of New York)

1897-06-19

Moe Howard, [Moses Horowitz], Brooklyn New York, American actor and comedian (The 3 Stooges)

1897-11-08

Dorothy Day, New York, American journalist, social activist, and devout Catholic convert

1898-06-25

Kay (Katherine Linn) Sage, Albany New York, American painter and poet

1898-12-30

Vincent Lopez, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Welcome Aboard)

1899-01-17

Al Capone, Brooklyn New York, American gangster (Chicago bootlegging)

1899-07-17

James Cagney, New York City, NY, American actor (Yankee Doodle Dandy)

1900-06-11

Lawrence E Spivak, Brooklyn New York, American news panelist (Meet the Press)

1900-09-19

Ricardo Cortez [Jacob Krantz], New York City, New York, American actor and director (The Maltese Falcon)

1900-10-17

Jean Arthur, New York, American actress (Shane, Mr Smith Goes to Washington) (d. 1991)

1900-11-14

Aaron Copland, Brooklyn, New York, American composer (Billy the Kid, Appalachian Spring) (d. 1990)

1901-02-02

Connie Gilchrist, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Cry Havoc, Letter to 3 Wives)

1901-06-30

Willie Sutton, Brooklyn New York, American bank robber

1901-09-05

Florence Elridge, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Long Days Journey into the Night)

1901-09-28

Ed Sullivan, New York NY, TV variety show host/gossip columnist (Ed Sullivan Show)

1902-02-14

Thelma Ritter, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Miracle on 34th Street)

1903-05-06

Toots Shor, New York restaurateur (d. 1977)

1903-08-14

Joan Ingram, A King in New York

1903-09-29

Ted Decorsia, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Police Chief Hegedorn-Steve Canyon)

1904-04-22

[Julius] Robert Oppenheimer, New York City New York, head of Manhattan (A-bomb) Project

1904-05-15

Clifton Fadiman, Brooklyn New York, American TV host (Information Please, Quiz Kids)

1904-09-25

Columbus O'Donnell Iselin, New Rochelle, New York, American oceanographer

1905-01-29

Barnett Newmann, New York, US painter, (postpainterly abstraction)

1905-07-17

William Gargan, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Dynamite, Ellery Queen)

1905-07-29

Clara Bow, Brooklyn New York, silent screen actress (It, Saturday Night Kid), (d. 1965)

1906-04-16

Marion Lloyd Vince, Brooklyn New York, American fencer (National champ 1928, 31)

1906-04-23

Stephen Carr, Little Old New York

1906-06-21

Helene Costello, Lights of New York

1906-07-01

Estée Lauder, New York, NY, CEO (Estée Lauder cosmetics) (d. 2004)

1906-07-04

Vincent Joseph Schaefer, Schenectady New York, American Chemist and Meteorologist (cloud seeding)

1906-08-30

[Rose] Joan Blondell, New York City, New York, American actress (Grease, The Blue Veil)

1907-02-15

Cesar Romero, New York City, New York, American actor (Joker-Batman, Ocean's 11)

1907-03-17

Sonny Werblin, former owner of the New York Jets (d. 1991)

1907-04-23

Lee (Elizabeth) Miller, Poughkeepsie New York, American photographer

1907-06-02

Otha Turner, Gangs of New York

1907-06-23

Eddie Pola, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1907-06-28

Joe Cascarella, New York Yankees: Part 1

1908-02-20

Iris Whitney, Hercules in New York

1908-03-26

Hank Sylvern, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Jane Froman's USA Canteen)

1908-07-01

Herschel Rosen, New York Stories

1908-07-20

Jerry Desmonde, A King in New York

1908-07-22

Amy Vanderbilt, New York City, New York, American authority on etiquette (Complete Book of Etiquette, Complete Cook Book)

1908-07-23

Karl Swenson, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Lara-Little House on the Prairie)

1908-09-10

Raymond Harry Warnow Scott, Brooklyn New York, American composer ('The Toy Trumpet')

1908-11-04

Stanley Cortez, New York City, American cinematographer

1909-05-31

René Lefevre-Bel, The Troops in New York

1909-10-07

Erastus Corning 2nd, American politician, 72nd Mayor of Albany, New York (d. 1983)

1909-10-20

Aubrey Wisberg, Hercules in New York

1909-11-08

Alberto Erede, New York Stories

1909-12-23

Barney Ross, Barney Ross of Chicago, in Defense of His World's Championship Welterweight Title Against Henry Armstrong of California, Featherweight Champion, Held at the Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City, New York

1910-01-01

Charles Devens, New York Yankees: Part 2

1910-10-23

Hayden Rorke, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Dr Bellows-I Dream of Jeannie)

1910-12-18

Abe Burrows, Brooklyn New York, American Broadway composer (Guys & Dolls 1951 TONY)

1910-12-18

Thelma Leeds, The Toast of New York

1911-01-06

Joey Adams, Brooklyn New York, American comedian/actor/columnist (ABC's Back That Fact)

1911-05-20

Gardner Fox, Brooklyn, New York, American sci-fi author (Atom, Hawkman, Zatanna)

1911-06-29

Bernard Herrmann, New York City, New York, American composer (The Devil and Daniel Webster, Taxi Driver)

1911-07-26

Jim Ogle, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1911-10-24

Sonny Terry, Gangs of New York

1912-05-05

Alice Faye [Ann Leppert], New York City, New York, American actress (Barricade, State Fair)

1912-05-11

Phil Silvers, Brooklyn New York, American comedian (Sgt Bilko-Phil Silvers Show)

1912-06-19

Jerry Jerome, Brooklyn New York, American saxophonist (Words & Music)

1912-07-09

Editta Sherman, Bill Cunningham New York

1912-07-31

Milton Friedman, Brooklyn New York, economist (Nobel 1976), (d. 2006)

1913-01-07

Johnny Mize, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1913-01-18

Danny Kaye, Brooklyn New York, American UNICEF/comedian/actor (Danny Kaye Show)

1913-03-29

Phil Foster, Brooklyn New York, American comedian (Frank De Fazio-Laverne & Shirley)

1913-05-22

Carlyle Blackwell Jr., Docks of New York

1913-06-02

Bert Farber, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Arthur Gudfrey, Vic Damone)

1913-06-11

Vince Lombardi, Brooklyn New York, NFL coach (Green Bay Packers)

1913-10-10

Johnny Downs, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Manhattan Showcase)

1913-9-26

Mickey Correa, City Year New York: Putting Idealism to Work

1914-01-07

Leroy Haynes, The Troops in New York

1914-06-14

Winifred Milius Lubell, New York, American illustrator and writer (The Outer Lands) (d. 2012)

1914-08-02

Beatrice Straight, Old Westbury, New York, American actress (Network, Poltergeist)

1914-09-16

Allen Funt, Brooklyn New York, American TV host & creator (Candid Camera)

1915-01-19

Alvy West, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Andy Williams Show)

1915-01-31

Alan Lomax, Gangs of New York

1915-03-02

Cliff Carpenter, Synecdoche, New York

1915-03-09

Jim Lee Howell, New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers

1915-04-10

Leo Borden, Docks of New York

1915-06-26

Paul Castellano, New York Mafia Murders

1915-08-30

Zorita, Naughty New York

1915-12-07

Eli Wallach, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Magnificent 7, Misfits, People Next Door)

1915-12-14

Dan Dailey, New York City, New York, American dancer and actor (Gov Drinkwater-Governor & JJ)

1915-9-23

Julius Baker, New York Stories

1916-01-09

Vic Mizzy, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Don Rickles Show)

1916-01-24

Madeleine Hooley, The Streets of New York

1916-02-20

Jackie Gleason, Brooklyn New York, American comedian (Ralph Kramden-Honeymooners)

1916-03-26

Vic Schoen, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Patti Page Olds Show)

1916-05-15

Bill Williams, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Starlit Time, Date With the Angels)

1916-08-04

Douglas Stark, The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair

1916-08-13

C. Wright Mills, New York in the 50's

1916-08-14

Wellington Mara, Co-Owner of the New York Giants (d. 2005)

1916-09-17

Oswald Garrison Villard Jr., Dobbs Ferry New York, American Engineer (electronics) who invented the over-the-horizon radar that could detect objects thousands of miles away and peer around the Earth's curvature

1916-12-09

Kirk Douglas, [Issur Danielovitch], Amsterdam, New York, American actor (Gunfight at OK Corral)

1917-01-12

Walter Hendl, West New York NJ, conductor

1917-04-28

Robert Woodruff Anderson, New York, writer (Tea & Sympathy, Never Sang for My Father)

1917-06-04

Robert Merrill, Brooklyn New York, American baritone (NY Metropolitan Opera)

1917-06-30

Lena Horne, Brooklyn New York, American actress/singer (Stormy Weather, Wiz)

1917-07-10

Hugh Alexander, New York Yankees: Part 1

1917-09-20

[Arnold] Red Auerbach, Brooklyn New York, NBA coach/GM (Boston Celtic)

1917-09-30

Buddy Rich, New York, American jazz drummer and band leader (Buddy Rich Band-Away We Go), (d. 1987)

1917-11-04

Leonardo Cimino, Manhattan, New York, actor (V, Dune), (d. 2012)

1917-11-23

George O'Hanlon, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Calvin-Life of Riley, George Jetson)

1918-04-08

Buff Brady, Escape from New York

1918-04-15

John Baragrey, The Colossus of New York

1918-05-23

Lynne Carter, Port of New York

1918-08-12

Sid Bernstein, New York, NY, music producer/promoter (Beatles, Rolling Stones), (d. 2013)

1918-09-25

Phil Rizzuto, Brooklyn New York, American sportscaster/shortstop (NY Yankees-MVP 1950)

1918-9-28

Arnold Stang, Hercules in New York

1919-01-01

Rocky Graziano, New York City, US boxer (Middleweight champ) and entertainer (Pantomime Quiz, Miami Undercover)

1919-01-26

Frances Bible, New York City Opera: The Ballad of Baby Doe

1919-03-28

Vic Raschi, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1919-05-19

Georgie Auld, New York, New York

1919-06-14

Gene Barry [Eugene Klass], New York City, New York, American actor (The Atomic City, Bat Masterson)

1919-06-18

Mel Brandt, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Faraway Hill)

1919-06-18

Jerome Karle, New York, chemist (Nobel 1985) and Manhattan Project member, (d. 2013)

1919-08-19

Malcolm Forbes, Brooklyn New York, publisher (Forbes Magazine), (d. 1990)

1919-09-30

Patricia Neway, Brooklyn New York, American soprano (Consul, Maria Golovia), (d. 2012)

1919-12-19

Benedict Freedman, New York, NY, novelist and mathematician (Mrs Mike), (d. 2012)

1920-05-23

Sid Melton, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Alf-Green Acres, Charlie-Danny Thomas)

1920-07-12

Honoré Desmond Sharrer, West Point New York, American artist

1920-07-20

Tommy Prothro, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1920-11-19

Gene Tierney, Brooklyn, New York, American actress (Laura, Ghost & Mrs Muir)

1920-9-20

Robert McClung, The Toast of New York

1921-03-14

Ada Louise Huxtable, New York: Center of the World

1921-04-10

Chuck Connors, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Rifleman, Branded, Cowboy in Africa)

1921-05-05

Arthur Leonard Schawlow, Mount Vernon, New York, American physicist, shared the 1981 Nobel Prize in Physics for his pioneering work with lasers

1921-05-20

Norman Palmer, New York, New York

1921-05-25

Hal David, New York, lyricist (Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head), (d. 2012)

1921-06-17

Tony Scott, Naughty New York

1921-07-10

Jake LaMotta, Bronx New York, middleweight boxing champ (1949-51) (Raging Bull)

1921-07-26

Lauri Lupino Lane, A King in New York

1921-08-11

Alex Haley, Ithaca New York, writer (Autobiography of Malcolm X, Roots), (d. 1992)

1922-02-22

Joy Parker, Do You Have Love for New York?

1922-03-25

Eileen Ford, Manhattan, New York, American modelling agency executive and co-founder (Ford Modelling Agency)

1922-03-25

Tobias Schneebaum, New York City, American writer, anthropologist and explorer (d. 2005)

1922-04-16

Eddie Bert, Yonkers, New York, bebopjazz trombonist, (d. 2012)

1922-11-01

Knox Burger, New York in the 50's

1923-01-30

Ted Streshinsky, Live from New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live

1923-02-21

Lucille Bremer, Amsterdam, New York, American actress/dancer (Meet Me in St. Louis, Ziegfeld Follies)

1923-03-21

Peter Tewksbury, Sunday in New York

1923-04-03

Jan Sterling, New York City, New York, American actress (Ace in the Hole, The High and the Mighty)

1923-05-01

Joseph Heller, Brooklyn New York, American novelist (Catch-22, 1963 Arts & Letters Award)

1923-06-24

Jack Carter, Brooklyn New York, American comedian/actor (Amazing Dobermans, Octagon)

1923-07-25

Estelle Getty, New York City, New York, American actress (Golden Girls, The Golden Palace)

1923-12-23

Milt Okun, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Starland Vocal Band Show)

1924-01-05

Hélio Pellegrino, Tanga (Deu no New York Times?)

1924-01-21

Benny Hill, Benny Hill's World Tour: New York!

1924-01-27

Harvey Shapiro, New York in the 50's

1924-08-02

James Baldwin, New York, author (Go Tell it on Mountain, Another Country), (d. 1987)

1924-09-07

Leonard Rosenman, Brooklyn New York, American TV composer (Marcus Welby MD)

1924-09-13

Scott Brady, Brooklyn New York, American actor (China Syndrome, Gremlins, Johnny Guitar)

1924-10-13

Terry Gibbs, Brooklyn New York, American orchestra leader (Steve Allen Comedy Hour)

1924-10-16

David Armstrong, New York, New York

1924-11-26

George Segal, New York, American painter and sculptor of lifelike mixed-media figures (Bus Driver)

1924-12-28

George Truzzi, A King in New York

1925-02-17

Joy Nichols, A King in New York

1925-04-18

Bob Hastings, Brooklyn New York, American actor (McHale's Navy, All in the Family)

1925-05-12

Yogi Berra, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1925-05-26

Alec McCowen, Gangs of New York

1925-06-08

Barbara Pierce Bush, Flushing, New York, US First Lady (1989-93)

1925-06-29

Cara Williams, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Pete & Gladys, Cara Williams Show)

1925-07-09

Alan Dale, Brooklyn New York, American singer (Alan Dale Show)

1925-07-10

Alexandra Becker, New York Stories

1925-07-16

Nat Pierce, New York, New York

1925-08-07

James Cole, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1925-10-30

Teo Macero [Attilio Joseph Macero], Glens Falls New York, American composer

1925-10-31

Lee Grant [Lyova Haskell Rosenthal], New York City, New York, American actress (Shampoo, Mulholland Drive)

1925-11-24

William F. Buckley Jr, New York, American conservative author and commentator (National Review, Firing Line)

1925-12-19

Robert Sherman, New York City, New York, songwriter (Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book), (d. 2012)

1926-05-13

Beatrice Arthur [Frankel], New York City, New York, American actress (Maude, Golden Girls)

1926-06-28

Mel Brooks, New York City, American actor and director (Blazing Saddles, Spaceballs)

1926-06-28

Robert Ledley, Flushing, Queens, New York, physiologist, biophysicist, and radiologist, (d. 2012)

1926-07-01

Robert Fogel, NYC, New York, American economic historian and Nobel laureate

1926-08-07

Amo Houghton, (Rep-R-New York)

1926-11-23

Roger Englander, New York Philharmonic Young People's Concerts

1926-9-26

George McIver, Furlough in New York

1927-01-10

Lee Philips, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Ellery Queen)

1927-02-18

Luis Arroyo, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1927-02-26

Donald Gramm, New York City Opera: The Turk in Italy

1927-03-27

Anthony Lewis, New York USA, American columnist (NY Times) and author (Gideon's Trumpet)

1927-03-31

William Daniels, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Dr Mark Craig-St Elsewhere, 1776)

1927-04-27

Connie Kay, Belafonte, New York 19

1927-05-30

Dick Noel, Brooklyn New York, American TV host (It's a Small Wonder)

1927-06-08

Jerry Stiller, Brooklyn New York, American comedian (Frank Constanza-Seinfeld)

1927-09-19

William Hickey, Brooklyn, New York, American actor (Prizzi's Honor, The Nightmare Before Christmas)

1927-11-29

Vin Scully, The Bronx New York, American sportscaster (Los Angeles Dodgers)

1927-12-16

Borah Silver, Escape from New York

1927-12-26

Alan King, Brooklyn New York, American comedian/actor (Anderson Tapes, Memories of Me)

1928-03-01

Lois Smith, Gangs of New York

1928-03-11

Albert Salmi, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Daniel Boone, 79 Park Avenue)

1928-03-25

William D. Middleton, The New York Central: The Water Level Route

1928-04-04

Bill Ryan, Brooklyn New York, American newscaster (Smithsonian)

1928-05-14

Henry McGee, Benny Hill's World Tour: New York!

1928-05-19

Dolph Schayes, New York City New York, American basketball Hall of Famer (Syracuse Nationals/Philadelphia 76ers)

1928-05-19

Dolph Schayes, Sons of the City: New York

1928-05-19

Gil McDougald, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1928-06-20

Martin Landau, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Mission Impossible, Space 1999, Ed Wood)

1928-06-22

Ralph Waite, White Plains New York, American actor, director and political candidate (Cool Hand Luke, The Waltons)

1928-07-09

Vince Edwards, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Ben Casey, Matt Lincoln, Firehouse)

1928-08-09

Bob Cousy, Manhattan New York, NBA guard (Boston Celtics, 1957 MVP)

1928-09-01

George Maharis, Astoria New York, actor (Buz-Route 66, Most Deadly Game)

1928-10-20

Ned Polsky, New York in the 50's

1928-10-21

Edward "Whitey" Ford, New York City New York, hall of fame pitcher (NY Yankees)

1928-11-07

Norton Zinder, New York City, NY, biologist (genetic transduction), (d. 2012)

1928-12-26

Red Foley, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1929-02-08

Christian Marin, The Troops in New York

1929-03-13

Bill Cunningham, Bill Cunningham New York

1929-04-07

"Crazy" Joe Gallo, Brooklyn New York, American mobster

1929-05-25

Beverly Sills, [Belle "Bubbles" Miriam Silverman], Brooklyn New York, American soprano

1929-08-09

Mario Tursi, Gangs of New York

1929-08-14

Louise M Slaughter, (Rep-D-New York)

1929-09-20

Anne Meara, Brooklyn New York comedian/actress (Stiller & Meara, Archie's Place)

1929-10-05

Tom Lillard, Escape from New York

1930-01-02

Julius LaRosa, Brooklyn New York, American singer (fired by Arthur Godfrey on the air)

1930-01-06

Vic Tayback, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Mel-Alice, Khan, Portrait of a Stripper)

1930-05-11

Stanley L Elkin, Brooklyn New York, American writer/professor (Living End)

1930-05-22

Harvey Milk, Woodmere New York, American politician and gay activist

1930-06-17

John Mazur, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1930-08-14

Gerald B H Solomon, (Rep-R-New York, 1979- )

1930-11-04

Dick MacPherson, New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

1930-11-05

Herb Edelman, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Good Guys, Strike Force, 9 to 5)

1930-9-19

Bob Turley, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1931-01-03

Rokusaburo Michiba, New York Special: Rock Crab

1931-04-11

Johnny Sheffield, Tarzan's New York Adventure

1931-06-03

Carmen Dell'Orefice, Bill Cunningham New York

1931-07-04

Rick Casares, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1931-07-08

Roone Arledge, New York City New York, American President of ABC Sports (Monday Night Football)

1931-08-25

Regis Philbin, Bronx, New York, American talk & game show host (Joey Bishop Show, Live with Regis & Kathie Lee)

1931-12-24

Mel Triplett, New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers

1932-02-07

Gay Talese, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1932-02-27

Ron Erhardt, New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

1932-03-04

Mark Tendler, Hercules in New York

1932-04-12

Tiny Tim [ Herbert Khaury], New York, musician, (d. 1996)

1932-05-12

Ivan Gold, New York in the 50's

1932-07-02

Ken McMillan, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Malone, Concrete Beat)

1932-11-02

Melvin Schwartz, New York City, American Physicist and Nobel Laureate (neutrinos - subatomic particles with no electric charge and virtually no mass)

1932-12-22

Phil Woosnam, Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos

1933-04-10

Ron Murphy, Hamilton, ON, NHL player (New York Rangers), (d. 2014)

1933-05-28

John Karlen, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Harvey Lacey-Cagney & Lacey)

1933-06-17

Anthony Bevilacqua, Brooklyn, New York, Roman Catholic Cardinal (Philadelphia), (d. 2012)

1933-07-17

Wilfred R. Middlebrooks, New York, New York

1933-08-01

Dom DeLuise, Brooklyn New York, American comedian (End, Cannonball Run, Fatso)

1933-08-19

Guy Grosso, The Troops in New York

1933-12-22

Damián Rosa, Adios, New York, adios

1934-01-04

Sam Astrachan, New York in the 50's

1934-04-01

Don Hastings, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Capt Video, Bob-As the World Turns)

1934-04-19

Ox Baker, Escape from New York

1934-05-22

Peter Nero, Sunday in New York

1934-06-09

Joe Santos, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Rockford Files, AKA Pablo, Shamus)

1934-07-21

Edolphus Towns, (Rep-D-New York, 1983- )

1934-08-26

Tom Heinsohn, Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks

1934-10-01

Chuck Hiller, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets

1934-11-12

Ann Flood, Jamaica, New York, American actress (Edge of Night)

1935-01-09

Bob Denver, New Rochelle, New York, American actor (The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Gilligan's Island)

1935-05-03

Dennis J. Parrish, Gangs of New York

1935-08-19

Bobby Richardson, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1936-03-09

Marty Ingels, Brooklyn New York, American comedian (I'm Dickens He's Fenster)

1936-05-27

Louis Gossett Jr, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Officer & Gentleman, Deep)

1936-08-05

Brenda Carlin, George Carlin: Jammin' in New York

1936-09-22

Art Metrano, Brooklyn New York, American comedian (Amy Prentiss, Joanie Loves Chachi)

1936-11-08

King Hill, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

1936-12-10

Doc Edwards, Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Mets

1937-02-05

Stuart Damon, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Alan Quartermaine-General Hospital)

1937-05-02

Lorenzo Music, Brooklyn New York, American writer/actor/voice (Carlton-Rhoda, Garfield)

1937-05-10

Arthur Kopit, New York NY, US playwright ('Wings', 'Nine')

1937-06-04

H.M. Koutoukas, Naked in New York

1937-07-05

Nita M Lowey, (Rep-D-New York)

1937-07-09

Marty Springstead, Nyack, New York, American Major League baseball umpire and umpire supervisor

1937-07-19

Richard Jordan [Robert Anson Jordan Jr.], New York City, New York, American actor (Dune, Gettysburg)

1937-07-27

Anna Dawson, Benny Hill's World Tour: New York!

1937-08-06

Paul Griffin, Harlem New York, American session musician and pianist

1937-10-28

Lenny Wilkens, Brooklyn New York, NBA Point Guard and Head Coach (Seattle SuperSonics)

1937-11-03

Jim Houston, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1937-9-13

Ed Napoleon, Oakland Athletics vs. New York Yankees

1937-9-20

Tom Tresh, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1938-01-21

Wolfman Jack, [Bob Smith], Brooklyn New York, American DJ (Midnight Special)

1938-02-24

James Farentino, Brooklyn, New York, actor (The Final Countdown), (d. 2012)

1938-03-01

William Galarno, New York Nights

1938-04-03

Jeff Barry, Brooklyn New York, American rock writer (Tell Laura I Love Her)

1938-04-04

Nazzareno Natale, Gangs of New York

1938-05-21

David Groh, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Joe-Rhoda, Don-Another Day)

1938-07-17

Deron Johnson, New York Yankees vs. California Angels

1938-08-01

Paddy Moloney, Gangs of New York

1938-09-04

Leonard Frey, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Best of West, Mr Smith)

1938-09-28

Ben E. King [Benjamin Earl Nelson], New York City, American soul singer (Stand by Me)

1938-10-05

Frank Patterson, Gangs of New York

1938-10-27

Maurice Hinchey, (Rep-D-New York)

1938-10-30

Ed Lauter, Long Beach, New York, American actor (The Artist, The Number 23), (d. 2013)

1938-11-10

Jacque MacKinnon, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1938-9-17

Bobby Wine, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1939-02-13

Tanny McDonald, Hercules in New York

1939-03-13

Neil Sedaka, Brooklyn New York, American singer/songwriter (Breaking Up is Hard to Do)

1939-03-31

Israel Horovitz, New York, I Love You

1939-07-03

Leonard Tepper, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1939-08-22

Carl Yastrzemski, Southampton New York, Boston Red Sox great (1967 AL MVP, Hall of Fame)

1939-08-22

Valerie Harper, Suffern, New York, American actress (Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda)

1939-10-14

Ralph Lauren, Bronx, New York, fashion designer (Chaps, Polo Ralph Lauren)

1939-10-15

Bert Wilson, Store Front New York

1939-11-15

Yaphet Kotto, New York City, New York, African-American actor (Alien, Homicide: Life on the Street)

1939-11-18

Brenda Vaccaro, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Cactus Flower, Sara, Paper Dolls)

1939-12-03

Ronald E. House, Escape from New York

1939-12-17

Novella Nelson, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Nellie Cole-Chiefs)

1939-9-12

Paul E. Guskin, The New York Ripper

1940-01-05

Michael O'Donoghue, Sauquoit, New York, American writer and performer (Saturday Night Live, Scrooged)

1940-01-09

Mike Gaechter, New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

1940-02-05

Dick Warlock, Escape from New York

1940-02-10

Jimmy Merchant, New York City, New York, American rock vocalist (Frankie Lymon & Teenagers-Why Do Fools)

1940-03-18

Phil Harper, New York Stories

1940-04-14

Patricia Bruder, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Ellen-As the World Turns)

1940-06-24

Hope Cooke, New York: A Documentary Film

1940-07-06

Gary Ballman, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1940-08-13

Tony Cloninger, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1940-08-20

Gary Collins, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1940-08-28

William Cohen, War with Iraq/Finding Saddam/Protecting New York

1940-10-09

Joe Pepitone, Brooklyn New York, MLB 1st baseman (NY Yankees)

1940-10-18

Cynthia Weil, New York NY, American songwriter

1940-11-21

Tommy McCraw, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1940-11-24

Marshall Berman, New York: A Documentary Film

1940-12-13

Steve Harmon, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Ens Pulver-Mr Roberts)

1941-01-10

Howard Ross, The New York Ripper

1941-01-29

Bill Nelsen, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1941-01-31

Jessica Walter, Brooklyn, New York, American actress (Play Misty For Me, Arrested Development)

1941-03-01

Donnie Walsh, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1941-06-15

Harry Nilsson, Brooklyn New York, American singer/guitarist (Midnight Cowboy)

1941-10-10

Peter Coyote [Rachmil Pinchus Ben Mosha Cohon], New York City, New York, American actor (ET, Raiders of the Lost Ark)

1941-11-05

Art Garfunkel, New York, American singer/actor (Sounds of Silence, Carnal Knowledge)

1941-12-17

Jim Kanicki, New York Giants vs. Boston Patriots

1941-9-14

Jesse Wayne, Escape from New York

1942-01-11

Clarence Clemons, New York, New York

1942-02-21

Tom Longo, New York Giants vs. Boston Patriots

1942-03-02

Lou Reed, New York City, American rock vocalist and guitarist (Velvet Underground), (d. 2013)

1942-03-09

Guy Conti, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1942-04-09

Brandon De Wilde, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Jamie, Wild in the Sky)

1942-04-18

Pete Gogolak, New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

1942-04-19

David Fanshawe, Gangs of New York

1942-04-24

Barbra Streisand, Brooklyn New York, American singer/actress/award winner (People)

1942-05-20

Leroy Kelly, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1942-05-25

Erica Fitz, Hercules in New York

1942-06-08

Jean Valjean, New York Nights

1942-07-14

W.K. Hicks, New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts

1942-08-30

Coy Bacon, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1942-09-07

Roy DeMeo, Brooklyn New York, American gangster (Gambino crime family)

1942-10-15

Milt Morin, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1942-10-21

Judith Sheindlin, Brooklyn, New York, Jurist and Television personality (Judge Judy)

1942-11-17

Martin Scorsese, Queens, New York, director (Raging Bull, The Departed)

1942-12-29

Willie Williams, New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

1943-03-30

Bo Scott, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1943-04-06

Spider Lockhart, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1943-04-15

Robert Lefkowitz, NYC, New York, American physician (Nobel Prize for Chemistry)

1943-05-16

Jon Jost, All the Vermeers in New York

1943-05-21

Johnny Roland, New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

1943-05-22

Tommy John, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1943-06-03

Billy Cunningham, Brooklyn New York, NBA/ABA (Philadelphia 76ers, Carolina Cougers)

1943-06-11

Henry Hill Jr., Brooklyn, New York, mobster and FBI informant (inspired Goodfellas), (d. 2012)

1943-06-16

Joan Van Ark, New York City, New York, American actress and director (Valene-Dallas, Knots Landing)

1943-06-17

Barry Manilow, New York City, American singer/pianist (Mandy, I Write the Songs)

1943-07-05

Curt Blefary [Curtis Le Roy], Brooklyn, New York, American baseball player (1965 AL rookie of year, The Sporting News Rookie of the Year)

1943-08-13

Fred Hill, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1943-08-15

Barbara Bouchet, Gangs of New York

1943-10-06

Michael Durrell, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Shannon, V, Alice, Chiefs)

1943-10-15

Penny Marshall, The Bronx, New York, American actress (Odd Couple, Laverne & Shirley)

1943-10-20

Bobby Floyd, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1943-10-24

Jose Serrano, (Rep-D-New York)

1943-10-27

Al Nelson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1943-11-10

George Sauer, Jr., Sheboygan, Wisconsin, AFL player (New York Jets), (d. 2013)

1943-9-12

Jack Tyree, Escape from New York

1944-01-12

Jay Cocks, Gangs of New York

1944-01-21

Gary Garrison, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1944-02-05

Henfil, Tanga (Deu no New York Times?)

1944-02-20

Lew Soloff, Brooklyn New York, American rocker (Blood, Sweat & Tears)

1944-02-24

Sheila Larkin, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Deborah-Storefront Lawyer)

1944-03-22

Matt Galante, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1944-03-22

Ben Hawkins, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1944-04-05

Peter T King, (Rep-R-New York)

1944-06-17

Randy Johnson, New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

1944-06-24

Doug Van Horn, New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1944-07-20

Mel Daniels, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1944-10-03

Jack Gregory, New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1944-11-12

Al Michaels, Brooklyn New York, American sportscaster (Miracle on Ice, American Football)

1945-01-28

Frank Doubleday, Escape from New York

1945-02-06

Don Cockroft, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-03-15

Mark J Green, Brooklyn New York, American lawyer/author (Closed Enterprise System)

1945-04-09

Peter Gammons, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1945-05-24

Priscilla Presley, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Jenna-Dallas, Naked Gun)

1945-06-08

Bob Tucker, Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Jets

1945-06-14

Billy Andrews, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-06-17

Tommy Franks, War with Iraq/Finding Saddam/Protecting New York

1945-07-21

Bob Hyland, San Diego Chargers vs. New York Giants

1945-08-05

Ja'net Dubois, Brooklyn, New York, American actress (Good Times, Beverly Hill 90210)

1945-08-06

C. Virginia Fields, The Promise of New York

1945-08-21

Patty McCormack, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Mama, Peck's Bad Girl, Ropers)

1945-10-15

Jim Palmer, New York City, New York, American baseball player (Baltimore Orioles 1965-1984)

1945-10-28

Alan Titus, New York City Opera: The Barber of Seville

1945-12-07

Al Woodall, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-9-17

Mike Current, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1946-01-28

Renne Jarrett, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Nancy)

1946-02-04

Steve O'Neal, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1946-03-06

Martin Kove, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Victor-Cagney & Lacey)

1946-03-07

Michael Chaplin, A King in New York

1946-03-10

Mark Lamos, New York City Opera: Madama Butterfly

1946-03-25

Bonnie Bedelia [Culkin], New York City, New York, American actress (Die Hard, Heart Like a Wheel)

1946-03-31

Gabe Kaplan, Brooklyn New York, American comedian/actor (Welcome Back Kotter)

1946-06-12

John Steinbeck IV, New York NY, American journalist, author and son of John Steinbeck

1946-07-24

Pamela Twyble, Autumn in New York

1946-08-04

Maureen Starkey, John & Yoko in Syracuse, New York

1946-08-23

Diane Goble, Hercules in New York

1946-08-30

Peggy Lipton [Margaret Ann], New York City, New York, American actress (The Mod Squad, Twin Peaks)

1946-09-04

David Liebman, Brooklyn New York, American saxophonist and flautist

1946-09-28

Jeffrey Jones, Buffalo, New York, American actor (Beetlejuice, Ferris Bueller's Day Off)

1946-10-05

Larry Watkins, New York Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1946-10-09

Gustin Reichbeck, New York Agora: The Legacy of the 60s Counterculture

1946-12-11

Perry Williams, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1946-12-14

Michael Ovitz, Gangs of New York

1946-12-20

Dick Wolf, New York, American television series creator (Miami Vice, Law & Order)

1946-12-23

Susan Lucci, Scarsdale, New York, American actress (All My Children, Mafia Princess)

1947-01-24

Giorgio Chinaglia, Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos

1947-01-26

Daniel Dassin, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1947-03-07

Lewis J Stadlen, Brooklyn New York, American actor (John-Benson, Savages, Windy City)

1947-04-16

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, [Lew Alcindor], New York City New York, NBA center (Mil Bucks, LA Lakers)

1947-04-30

Margene Adkins, New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts

1947-05-03

John Little, New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers

1947-05-22

Fair Hooker, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1947-06-05

Don Herrmann, New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

1947-06-13

Ted Cottrell, New York Jets vs. New England Patriots

1947-06-22

David L Lander, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Squiggy-Laverne & Shirley)

1947-06-25

Jimmie Walker, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1947-07-03

Claxton Welch, New York Jets vs. Dallas Cowboys

1947-07-18

Ayn Rumen, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Janet-McLean Stevenson Show)

1947-07-25

Mick Kelleher, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

1947-08-14

Danielle Steel, New York, American novelist (Wanderlust, The House)

1947-08-26

Steve Riess, New York Yankees: Part 1

1947-08-27

Barbara Bach [Goldbach], Queens, New York, American actress (The Spy Who Loved Me, Force 10 from Navarone)

1947-10-26

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Chicago, Illinois, First Lady (1993-2001), Senator (New York, 2001-2009), Secretary of State (2009-2013)

1947-10-29

Richard Dreyfuss, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Jaws, Nuts, Mr Holland's Opus)

1947-11-11

Scott Hunter, New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers

1947-12-13

Lemar Parrish, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1947-12-27

Bob McKay, New York Jets vs. New England Patriots

1947-9-27

Richard Neal, New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers

1948-02-01

Rick James (James Ambrose Johnson Jr), Buffalo New York, American funk musician

1948-03-02

Marianna Christos, New York City Opera: Carmen

1948-03-07

Rich Szaro, Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Jets

1948-03-14

Billy Crystal, Long Beach, New York, American actor, writer, producer (Soap, City Slickers)

1948-03-20

Steve Zabel, New York Jets vs. New England Patriots

1948-04-04

Werner Roth, Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos

1948-04-18

"Tiny" Nate Archibald, New York City New York, NBA guard (Cincinnati)

1948-04-19

George Farmer, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1948-04-19

Rick Miller, New York Yankees: Part 2

1948-05-01

Ruth Welting, New York City Opera: The Ballad of Baby Doe

1948-05-14

Dave LaRoche, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1948-06-13

Marc Flanagan, Tracey Takes on New York

1948-10-05

Sal Viscuso, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Soap, Montefuscos)

1948-10-08

Johnny Ramone [Cummings], Long Island, New York, American rock guitarist (Ramones)

1948-10-16

Rich Caster, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1948-10-18

Jim Carter, New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers

1948-11-14

Robert Ginty, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Paper Chase, White Fire)

1948-9-02

Tiny Archibald, Sons of the City: New York

1949-02-03

Arthur Kane, New York Doll

1949-04-24

Peter Friedman, Synecdoche, New York

1949-04-29

Cotton Speyrer, New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts

1949-05-13

Franklin Ajaye, Brooklyn New York, American comedian/actor (Jazz Singer, Car Wash)

1949-07-12

Dave Pureifory, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1949-07-20

Chris Farasopoulos, New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts

1949-07-22

Alan Menken, New York, Disney composer (Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast - 8 Oscars)

1949-08-24

Joe Regalbuto, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Knots Landing, Frank-Murphy Brown)

1949-10-09

Shep Messing, Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos

1949-10-24

Stan White, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1949-9-21

Dave Green, New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1950-01-05

Chris Stein, rock guitarist and co-founder of Blondie (Heart of Glass, Call Me) born in Brooklyn, New York

1950-01-22

W. Marshall Rogers, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1950-01-23

Danny Federici, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Live in New York City

1950-02-01

Mike Campbell, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1950-02-08

Jonah Triebwasser, Natale a New York

1950-02-18

John Hughes, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1950-02-22

Ellen Greene, Brooklyn New York, American vocalist/actress (Little Shoppe of Horrors)

1950-02-22

Julius Erving, Nassau County New York, ABA/NBA forward (Virg Squirers, NY Nets, Phila 76ers)

1950-02-23

Gary Shirk, Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants

1950-02-28

Ilene Graff, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Marsha-Mr Belvedere)

1950-03-26

Tony Papenfuss, Escape from New York

1950-04-16

John Hill, New York Jets vs. New Orleans Saints

1950-04-16

Ron Bolton, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1950-04-30

Fernando Ferrer, The Promise of New York

1950-06-06

Chantal Akerman, A Couch in New York

1950-07-18

Jerome Barkum, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New York Jets

1950-07-21

Mike Cubbage, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1950-07-26

Robert Woods, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1950-08-07

Dom Capers, Green Bay Packers at New York Jets

1950-08-28

Ron Guidry, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1950-10-01

Conrad Dobler, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

1950-11-10

Jack Scalia, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Berrengers, Hollywood Beat)

1950-12-11

Christine Onassis [Andreadis], New York City, New York, American-born Greek heiress (Aristotle's daughter)

1950-12-13

Brad Dusek, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1950-9-26

Simon Brint, Tracey Takes on New York

1951-01-26

Calvin Jones, New York Jets vs. Denver Broncos

1951-02-23

Ray Oldham, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1951-03-19

Pat Leahy, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1951-04-13

Jack Quinn, (Rep-R-New York)

1951-05-27

Ana Belén, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1951-06-11

Maren Seidler, Brooklyn New York, American shot putter (Olympics-11th-1968)

1951-06-11

Doug Kotar, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1951-06-13

Richard Thomas, New York City, American actor (John Boy-Waltons, Last Summer, Johnny Belinda)

1951-06-21

Don Goode, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1951-07-13

Didi Conn, [Bernstein], Brooklyn New York, American actress (Denise-Benson, Grease)

1951-09-21

Bruce Arena, Brooklyn New York, American soccer coach (Olympics-gold-96)

1951-10-07

Derland Moore, New York Jets vs. New Orleans Saints

1951-10-30

Greg Gantt, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1951-11-03

Ed Murawinski, American cartoonist, New York Daily News

1951-11-09

Lou Ferrigno, Brooklyn New York, American body builder/actor (Incredible Hulk)

1951-9-01

Brian Kelley, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1951-9-08

Kathleen Goldpaugh, Autumn in New York

1951-9-10

Jesse Freitas, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1951-9-22

Arthur Sulzberger, Bill Cunningham New York

1952-01-02

Wendy Phillips, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Executive Suite, Promised Land)

1952-02-16

Barry Foote, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1952-02-24

Chuck Ramsey, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1952-02-29

Tim[othy] Powers, Buffalo, New York, American sci-fi author (Last Call, Declare)

1952-03-14

Garry Puetz, Washington Redskins vs. New York Jets

1952-03-19

Harvey Weinstein, Gangs of New York

1952-04-12

Kim Highland, The Old Quarry and Other Haunted Places of Central New York

1952-04-12

Reuben Gant, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

1952-04-16

J.J. Jones, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1952-05-05

Glen Bonner, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1952-05-15

Chazz Palminteri, Bronx, New York, American actor (The Usual Suspects, Bronx Tale)

1952-06-08

Dave Jennings, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1952-08-05

Freddie Scott, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1952-08-07

Bob Thomas, New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

1952-10-10

Bob Nystrom, NHL: New York Islanders 10 Greatest Games

1952-12-01

Ken Jones, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1952-12-01

Dan Warthen, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1952-9-05

Cleo Miller, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1952-9-22

Ken Schroy, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New York Jets

1953-01-10

Pat Benatar, [Andrezejewski], Brooklyn New York, American singer (Hell Is for Children)

1953-01-17

Mike Hegman, New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

1953-01-30

Fred Hembeck, Yaphank, New York, American cartoonist

1953-02-17

Janice Dickinson, Brooklyn New York, American model (Vogue)

1953-02-28

Paul Krugman, American economist and New York Times columnist (Nobel Prize in Economics 2008)

1953-03-28

Nydia M Velazquez, (Rep-D-New York, 1993- )

1953-04-01

Barry Sonnenfeld, New York City New York, director (Get Shorty, Men in Black)

1953-04-09

Marc Jacobs, New York NY, American fashion designer

1953-04-17

J.T. Turner, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1953-04-21

Johnny Perkins, New York Giants vs. Detroit Lions

1953-07-29

Ken Burns [Kenneth Lauren], Brooklyn, New York, American director and documentary film producer (The Civil War, Baseball)

1953-08-08

Don Most, Brooklyn, New York, American actor and director (Ralph Malph-Happy Days)

1953-10-08

Whitney Paul, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

1953-10-23

Steve Towle, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1953-10-29

Denis Potvin, NHL: New York Islanders 10 Greatest Games

1953-11-10

Rusty Chambers, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1953-12-22

Bernnadette Stanis, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Thelma-Good Times)

1954-01-08

Les Mau, Little Spirit: Christmas in New York

1954-01-27

Iain McColl, Gangs of New York

1954-02-06

Lennart Persson, Det är långt till New York

1954-02-23

Joe Devlin, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1954-03-07

Will Grant, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1954-03-10

Terry Stieve, New York Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1954-03-14

Frances Bolwell, Benny Hill's World Tour: New York!

1954-04-17

Denny Walling, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets

1954-04-29

Bill Paxon, (Rep-R-New York)

1954-04-29

Jerome 'Jerry' seinfeld, Brooklyn New York, comedian/actor ('Seinfeld')

1954-06-21

Robert Pastorelli, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Eldin-Murphy Brown)

1954-07-05

Mikael Lönndahl, The Concert for New York City

1954-07-06

Willie Randolph, Holly Hill South Carolina, former New York Mets manager

1954-08-11

Tom Beasley, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1954-08-19

Ned Yost, Game 5: Kansas City Royals at New York Mets

1954-08-20

Theresa Saldana, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Rachel Scali-Commish)

1954-08-25

Pete Shaw, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1954-10-02

Lorraine Bracco, Brooklyn New York, actress (Sopranos, Goodfellas)

1954-10-03

Al Sharpton [Alfred Charles], Brooklyn, New York, minister and civil rights activist (Keepin' It Real)

1954-11-01

Keith Stegall, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1954-11-12

Rick Kane, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1954-11-19

Ron Baker, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1954-11-30

Joe Kerrigan, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1954-12-15

Justin Ross, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Sinatra, Chorus Line, Fan, Quick Change)

1954-12-16

Charles Romes, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1954-9-01

Ben Williams, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

1954-9-27

Corinne Wahl, New York Nights

1955-01-05

Bill Currier, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1955-01-13

Dave Lafary, New York Jets vs. New Orleans Saints

1955-01-16

Troy Archer, New York Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1955-03-03

Richard Poshard, The Wogglebug's Adventure in New York

1955-03-22

Charles Jackson, Denver Broncos vs. New York Jets

1955-03-25

Ken Johnson, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1955-04-20

Rob Carpenter, New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

1955-05-22

Mary Black, Gangs of New York

1955-05-24

Scott Dierking, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

1955-05-24

Derrick Gaffney, New York Jets vs. New Orleans Saints

1955-06-17

Dan Alexander, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1955-06-24

Robert Goodman, Gangs of New York

1955-08-30

Marvin Powell, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1955-09-12

Peter Scolari, New Rochelle New York, American actor (Newhart, Bosom Buddies)

1955-10-02

Ezra Johnson, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1955-10-25

Dirt Winston, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

1955-11-13

Whoopi Goldberg [Caryn Johnson], New York, actress, comedian, and singer (Color Purple, Burglar)

1955-12-05

Art Still, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1955-12-09

Terry Jackson, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1955-12-10

Barry Bennett, Chicago Bears vs. New York Jets

1955-12-13

Chris McGinn, Synecdoche, New York

1956-01-20

Bill Maher, New York New York, American comedian and political commentator (Real Time with Bill Maher, Politically Incorrect)

1956-04-13

Dennis Thurman, Green Bay Packers at New York Jets

1956-05-02

Dee Hardison, New York Giants vs. Detroit Lions

1956-05-04

Ken Oberkfell, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1956-05-19

Luis Salazar, New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs

1956-05-27

David Lubarsky, New York Underground

1956-05-30

Jonathan Idema, Poughkeepsie, New York, torturer, kidnapper and con artist (d. 2012)

1956-07-09

Richard J. Grund, New York Stories

1956-07-11

Pat Cummings, Detroit Pistons vs. New York Knicks

1956-07-13

Mark "The Animal' Mendoza [Glickman], Long Island, New York, American bassist (Twisted Sister-We're Not Gonna Take It)

1956-10-02

Freddie Jackson, King of New York

1956-10-07

James Van Patten, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Bo-Chisholms)

1956-10-22

Frank DiPino, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets

1956-11-20

Mark Gastineau, The Complete History of the New York Jets

1956-11-30

Dave Engle, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1956-12-05

Dave Hudgens, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1956-12-12

Steve Farr, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

1956-12-31

Martin Joseph Fettman, Brooklyn New York, American PhD/astronaut (STS 58)

1956-9-08

David Carr, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1957-01-16

Steve Balboni, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1957-01-19

Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Gangs of New York

1957-03-01

Johnny Ray, New York Yankees vs. California Angels

1957-04-26

Michel Barette, New York Stories

1957-05-12

Lou Whitaker, Brooklyn, New York, American MLB 2nd baseman (Detroit Tigers, 1978 AL Rookie of the Year)

1957-06-29

Charles Johnson, Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants

1957-08-13

Jon Borchardt, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1957-08-23

Mike Boddicker, New York Yankees vs. Milwaukee Brewers

1957-08-30

Mark Bell, New York Jets vs. Seattle Seahawks

1957-11-12

Gerry Ellis, Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants

1957-12-03

Keith Dorney, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1957-12-21

Ray Romano, Queens, New York, American actor (Everybody Loves Raymond, Ice Age)

1958-01-24

Daniel Acon, Gangs of New York

1958-01-24

Neil Allen, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1958-03-21

Steve Folsom, Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants

1958-04-03

Gary Pettis, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1958-05-30

Steve Israel, American politician, member of the United States House of Representatives (D-New York)

1958-06-12

Rory Sparrow, Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks

1958-08-24

Steve Guttenberg, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Police Academy, Short Circuit)

1958-08-31

Jon Debus, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1958-10-02

Brett Miller, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1958-10-27

Donnell Thompson, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1958-10-30

Bob Mundy, Heartbeat New York

1958-11-25

Chico Walker, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1958-11-28

Todd Bell, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1959-01-27

Bill Sheridan, New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

1959-02-02

Hubertus von Hohenlohe, Hubertusjagd, New York

1959-02-03

Thomas Calabro, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Michael Mancini-Melrose Place)

1959-02-16

Kelly Tripucka, MSG Network: New York Knicks Basketball

1959-02-19

Roger Goodell, Jamestown New York, American NFL Commissioner

1959-03-09

Kelli Cole, Escape from New York

1959-04-22

Freeman McNeil, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1959-05-20

Peter Greene, Brooklyn New York, American producer (After Midnight)

1959-06-04

Bryan Hinkle, New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1959-06-10

Timothy Van Patten, Brooklyn New York, American actor (White Shadow, Master)

1959-06-13

Ben Utt, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1959-07-10

Janet Julian, King of New York

1959-07-10

Rocky Klever, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1959-07-29

Keith Willis, New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1959-07-31

Mike Bielecki, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1959-08-09

Michael Kors, Bill Cunningham New York

1959-08-28

Milt McColl, New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers

1959-08-30

Matt Kofler, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

1959-10-07

Katrina vanden Heuvel, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1959-10-29

Mark Nichols, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

1959-12-29

Harvey Armstrong, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1959-9-09

Tom Foley, New York Mets vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

1960-01-21

Andy Hawkins, New York Yankees vs. California Angels

1960-02-05

Jane Geddes, Huntington New York, LPGA golfer (1987 Women's Kemper Open)

1960-03-04

Reggie McElroy, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1960-06-06

Steve Vai, Carle Place, New York, American guitarist (Frank Zappa, David Lee Roth Band, Whitesnake)

1960-07-08

Valerie Pettiford, Queens, New York, American actress (One Life to Live, Half & Half)

1960-07-16

Leila Kenzle, Long Island, New York, American actress (Mad About You, Identity)

1960-07-28

Carmelo Martinez, Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Mets

1960-10-03

Cinzia de Ponti, The New York Ripper

1960-10-26

Brian Hansen, New York Jets vs. New England Patriots

1960-10-30

Dave Valle, New York Yankees vs. Texas Rangers

1960-11-26

Johnny Hector, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1960-11-27

Ken O'Brien, Rockville Centre, New York, American football quarterback (NY Jets)

1960-11-29

Howard Johnson, Clearwater Florida, American baseball player (New York mets)

1960-12-01

Voxi Bärenklau, Gangs of New York

1960-12-25

Tom O'Malley, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets

1960-9-16

Mel Hall, New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox

1961-01-13

John Tuggle, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1961-04-03

Eddie Murphy, Brooklyn New York, American actor (SNL, 48 Hours, Beverly Hills Cop, Raw)

1961-04-11

Vincent Gallo, Buffalo, New York, American actor, director, writer (Buffalo '66, The Brown Bunny)

1961-04-17

Boomer Esiason, West Islip, New York, American NFL quarterback (NY Jets, Cincinnati Bengals)

1961-06-29

Sharon Lawrence, Aftershock: Earthquake in New York

1961-07-19

Campbell Scott, New York City, New York, American actor/director/producer (Saint Ralph, Big Night)

1961-07-27

John M. Roche, New York: A Documentary Film

1961-08-08

The Edge, Gangs of New York

1961-08-22

John Kidd, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1961-09-08

Franny Michel, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Patricia-Apple's Way)

1961-10-04

Mike Sharperson, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets

1961-10-24

Rafael Belliard, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1961-11-04

Jerry Sadowitz, The People of New York vs. Jerry Sadowitz

1961-11-17

Michele Rothschild-Patterson, Do You Have Love for New York?

1961-11-26

Carrie Nygren, King of New York

1961-12-04

Frank Reich, Freeport, New York, American NFL quarterback (Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions)

1961-12-11

Mike Henneman, New York Mets vs. Houston Astros

1961-12-14

Bobby Johnson, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1961-12-27

Doug Dawson, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1961-12-31

Rick Aguilera, Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets

1962-01-11

Kim Coles, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Synclaire-Living Single)

1962-02-01

Anna Kanakis, 2019: After the Fall of New York

1962-02-15

Kenny Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1962-02-22

Peter Conboy, Five Minarets in New York

1962-03-02

Jennifer Delora, New York's Finest

1962-03-19

Ivan Calderon, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1962-03-19

Kevin John Gee, Slaves of New York

1962-03-24

Vaughan Johnson, New York Giants vs. New Orleans Saints

1962-08-05

Patrick Ewing, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1962-08-23

Kyle Clifton, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1962-10-15

Lee Williams, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1962-10-24

Mark Morettini, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1962-11-09

Dion James, New York Yankees vs. Texas Rangers

1962-11-21

Dick Schofield, New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs

1962-12-24

Kate Spade, Synecdoche, New York

1962-9-16

Mark Boyer, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1963-01-07

Craig Shipley, New York Mets vs. Houston Astros

1963-01-24

Shunji Iwai, New York, I Love You

1963-02-18

Jeff McKnight, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

1963-03-22

Rich Monteleone, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1963-03-26

Debbie Scott, Gangs of New York

1963-04-28

K.D. Dunn, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1963-04-28

Willie Drewrey, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1963-04-30

Al Toon, Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

1963-05-09

Claudio Pacifico, Gangs of New York

1963-05-11

Mark Breland, Brooklyn New York, American welterweight boxer (Olympic-gold-1984)

1963-05-12

Vanessa A. Williams, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Rhonda Blair-Melrose Place)

1963-05-14

Pat Borders, New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians

1963-07-14

James Davalos, New York's Finest

1963-07-17

Denise Miller, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Billie-Archie Bunker's Place)

1963-07-18

Lonnie Young, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1963-07-30

Chris Mullin, Brooklyn New York, American NBA forward (Warriors, Pacers, Olympic-gold-92)

1963-09-04

Sam Yaffa, Finnish musician (Hanoi Rocks, New York Dolls)

1963-11-17

Pedro Luis Estrada, Brooklyn New York, American murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)

1963-11-25

Sonja Morgan, Gavin DeGraw/Housewives of New York/Stacy London/Andy Grammar

1963-12-31

Scott Ian, Queens, New York, American heavy metal guitarist (Anthrax-I'm the Man)

1963-12-31

Ed Simmons, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1963-9-10

Cap Boso, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1964-01-03

Cheryl Miller, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1964-01-28

Dwight Stone, New York Jets vs. Oakland Raiders

1964-03-14

Donald Evans, Detroit Lions vs. New York Jets

1964-04-25

Hank Azaria, New York City, American actor (The Birdcage) and voice behind many characters in The Simpsons (Moe, Apu, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Carl Carlson)

1964-07-15

Shari Headley, Queens, New York, American actress (All My Children, Coming to America)

1964-07-28

Lori Loughlin, Queens, New York, American actress (Full House, Summerland)

1964-08-05

MCA [Adam Yauch], Brooklyn New York, rock vocalist (Beastie Boys-You Gotta Fight), (d. 2012)

1964-09-23

Diane Dixon, Brooklyn New York, American 4x400m runner (Olympic-silver-1988)

1964-10-05

Terry Mathews, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

1964-11-02

Michael D'Asaro II, Brooklyn New York, American fencer-sabre

1964-11-10

Troy Johnson, Detroit Lions vs. New York Giants

1964-11-14

Joseph "Run" Simmons, New York, American rapper (Run DMC)

1964-11-26

Al Smith, New York Giants vs. Houston Oilers

1964-12-02

Chip Hale, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1964-12-04

Marisa Tomei, Brooklyn New York, American actress (My Cousin Vinny)

1964-12-21

Keith Taylor, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1964-9-30

Robby Takac, The Concert for New York City

1965-01-12

Henry Thomas, New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

1965-01-26

Curtis Duncan, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1965-02-09

David Brandon, San Diego Chargers vs. New York Giants

1965-04-08

Scott Mersereau, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1965-05-06

Ken Harvey, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1965-05-15

Jeff Rochlin, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Cutting Class, Splitz, Taps)

1965-05-16

Jarvis Williams, Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Giants

1965-05-25

Sean Keohane, CBS Presents: A New York Christmas to Remember at St. Paul the Apostle

1965-06-05

Karen Sillas, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Prime Suspect)

1965-07-24

Kadeem Hardison, New York, American actor (A Different World, The Sixth Man)

1965-07-24

Joe Oliver, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1965-07-26

Jeremy Piven, New York City, New York, American actor and producer (Entourage, Serendipity)

1965-08-24

Reggie Miller, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1965-10-11

Tony Woods, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1965-12-04

A.B. Brown, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1965-9-21

Xan Cassavetes, New York, I Love You

1966-01-14

Matt Brock, New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

1966-03-16

Federico Foti, Gangs of New York

1966-03-31

Thomas Fitzgerald, Brooklyn New York, American team handball left wing (Olympics-1996)

1966-05-03

M-16 [Ernest Mateen], Brooklyn New York, Cruiserweight boxing champion, (d. 2012)

1966-07-17

Johnny Egan, Gangs of New York

1966-08-03

John Femia, New York City Too Far from Tampa Blues

1966-08-08

Jimmy Wales, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1966-08-10

Gerald Williams, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1966-08-23

Rik Smits, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1966-09-09

Adam Sandler, Brooklyn New York, actor/comedian (Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, Saturday Night Live)

1966-10-19

Amy Linker, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Lewis & Clark, Lauren-Square Pegs)

1966-10-28

Juan Guzman, New York Mets vs. Baltimore Orioles

1966-11-14

Eric Hill, New York Jets vs. St. Louis Rams

1966-11-21

Jerry Fontenot, New York Giants vs. New Orleans Saints

1966-11-22

Brian Robbins, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Eric-Head of the Class)

1966-11-25

Mark Whiten, New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians

1966-12-10

Mel Rojas, New York Mets vs. Boston Red Sox

1966-12-30

Kevin Long, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

1966-9-10

Riccardo Ingram, New York Yankees vs. Minnesota Twins

1966-9-23

Pete Harnisch, New York Mets vs. Colorado Rockies

1967-02-18

John Valentin, New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1967-03-31

Glenn Montgomery, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1967-04-09

Graeme Lloyd, New York Yankees vs. New York Mets

1967-05-02

Eleonora Baldwin, Gangs of New York

1967-07-23

Philip Seymour Hoffman, Fairport, New York, American actor (Capote, Moneyball)

1967-08-03

John Femia, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Square Pegs, Hello Larry)

1967-08-10

Riddick Bowe, Brooklyn New York, HW boxing champ (Olympic-silver-1988)

1967-08-17

James Jenkins, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1967-10-02

Gillian Welch, New York, singer-songwriter (Time, Revival)

1967-10-23

Barbara Pastrovich, Gangs of New York

1967-11-05

Judy Reyes, New York City, New York, Dominican American actress (Scrubs)

1967-11-12

Michael Moorer, Brooklyn New York, boxing heavyweight champ (defeated Holyfield-1994)

1967-11-27

Ying Na, A Native of Beijing in New York

1967-11-30

Margaret Platt, New York City NY, golfer (1995 Healthsouth-9th)

1967-12-19

Criss Angel [Christopher Nicholas Sarantakos], Hempstead, New York, American magician and illusionist (Criss Angel Mindfreak)

1967-9-16

Bernie Parmalee, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1968-01-29

Edward Burns, Queens, New York, American actor, director, writer (Brothers McMullen, Saving Private Ryan)

1968-02-02

Scott Erickson, New York Yankees vs. New York Mets

1968-03-29

Chris Calloway, New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

1968-05-19

George Singer, George Carlin: Jammin' in New York

1968-05-22

Al Levine, San Francisco Giants vs. New York Mets

1968-06-20

Mike McCarthy, Brooklyn New York, American pursuit cyclist (Olympics-88, 96)

1968-07-09

Mari Keiko Gonzalez, Live from New York!

1968-09-26

Anthony Shadid, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, New York Times foreign correspondent and two time Pulitzer winner, (d. 2012)

1968-10-07

Butch Henry, Montreal Expos vs. New York Mets

1968-10-20

Rudy Seanez, Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets

1968-10-31

Antonio Davis, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

1968-11-05

Cary Blanchard, New York Giants vs. Arizona Cardinals

1968-12-25

Corey Widmer, New England Patriots vs. New York Giants

1969-02-11

Bryan Eversgerd, Montreal Expos vs. New York Mets

1969-02-23

Jennah Lintz, New York

1969-02-23

Ed McDaniel, New York Giants vs. Minnesota Vikings

1969-03-26

Mahsun Kirmizigül, Five Minarets in New York

1969-03-28

Leigh Zimmerman, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1969-04-07

Ricky Bones, New York Mets vs. Baltimore Orioles

1969-04-15

Phillippi Sparks, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1969-05-28

Mike Difelice, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets

1969-06-04

Elizabeth Sommers, Harry and Walter Go to New York

1969-06-18

Stephen Winter, New York, I Love You

1969-06-28

Danielle Brisebois, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Archie's Place, Big Bad Mama 2)

1969-07-24

Jennifer Lopez, Bronx New York, actress and pop singer (Selena)

1969-08-01

Kevin Jarvis, Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

1969-08-04

Eric Wright, New York Giants vs. Chicago Bears

1969-09-03

Noah Baumbach, Brooklyn, New York, writer, director and independent film maker (The Squid and the Whale)

1969-10-02

Matt Walbeck, New York Yankees vs. Anaheim Angels

1969-10-02

Adam Hammel, New York Undercover

1969-10-12

Jose Valentin, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1969-10-15

Masahiko Kobe, New York Special: Rock Crab

1969-10-15

Laurent Constanty, New York, I Love You

1969-10-22

Hector Carrasco, New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals

1969-10-31

John Henry Mills, New York Giants vs. Houston Oilers

1969-11-03

Leslie Shepherd, Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

1969-11-04

Sean Combs [Puff Daddy], New York City, rapper/record producer (Come to Me, I'll be Missing You)

1969-12-04

Jay-Z, Brooklyn, New York City, American rapper (Reasonable Doubt, The Blueprint)

1969-12-17

Sonoo Mishra, Gangs of New York

1969-9-21

Jason Christiansen, San Francisco Giants vs. New York Mets

1969-9-25

David Weathers, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1970-01-07

Doug E Doug [Douglas Bourne], Brooklyn, New York, American actor (Cosby, Cool Runnings)

1970-01-11

Mustafa Sandal, Five Minarets in New York

1970-02-25

Dave Brown, New York Giants vs. Arizona Cardinals

1970-04-14

Steve Avery, New York Mets vs. Boston Red Sox

1970-06-16

Michael Husted, Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants

1970-06-27

Cecily von Ziegesar, New York, I Love You XOXO

1970-10-10

Glenn Foley, New York Jets vs. St. Louis Rams

1970-10-30

Nia Long, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Guiding Light, Made in America, Soul Food)

1970-11-11

Rachele Benloulou, Glenn Tilbrook and The Fluffers: Live in New York City

1970-12-09

Tony Tarasco, New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1970-12-28

James Jett, New York Jets vs. Oakland Raiders

1971-01-11

Mary Jane Blige, New York, American R&B singer-songwriter

1971-01-17

Inti Carboni, Gangs of New York

1971-02-19

Miguel Batista, New York Yankees vs. New York Mets

1971-03-09

Emmanuel Lewis, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Webster)

1971-04-09

Jodi Langer, New York City

1971-04-15

Michael J. Arbouet, New York Minute

1971-05-02

Greg Bishop, Atlanta Falcons vs. New York Giants

1971-06-14

Fred Baxter, New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

1971-06-16

Tupac Shakur, East Harlem New York, American rap star/actor (Juice, Bullet) (killed in 1996)

1971-06-26

Carlton Gray, New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1971-07-01

Jamie Walker, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1971-07-26

Shaun Sheley, Love and Adventure in New York

1971-08-24

Amy Spanger, Synecdoche, New York

1971-08-29

Henry Blanco, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1971-08-30

Joseph Fitzgerald, Brooklyn New York, American team handball center back (Olympics-1996)

1971-09-16

Charlie Fields, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Shannon)

1971-10-02

Craig Warkentin, Aftershock: Earthquake in New York

1971-10-03

Kevin Scott Richardson, The Concert for New York City

1971-10-18

Tammy Harris, Williamstown NY, Miss America-New York State (1997)

1971-11-27

Kirk Acevedo, Brooklyn, New York, American actor (Oz, The Thin Red Line)

1971-12-29

Jay Fiedler, Long Island, New York, American NFL quarterback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-9-10

Susanne Werth, Women in New York

1971-9-11

Markos Moulitsas, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1972-01-19

Drea de Matteo, Queens, New York, American actress (Swordfish, The Sopranos)

1972-03-31

Evan Williams, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1972-04-17

Gary Bennett, New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1972-05-04

Davy Lauterbach, The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson

1972-05-08

Keelin Curnuck, Miss New York USA (1996)/Ms Venus Swimwear (1994)

1972-05-09

Suzzi Young, New York Taxi Tales #7

1972-05-21

The Notorious B.I.G. [Christopher Wallace], New York City, New York, rapper (Life After Death), (d. 1997)

1972-06-20

Juan Castro, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1972-10-31

Jamie Asher, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1972-11-29

Koh Yamamoto, The New York Marathon

1972-12-01

Manny Manuel, The 22nd New York Salsa Festival

1972-12-21

LaTroy Hawkins, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1972-12-30

Kerry Collins, Gift of New York

1972-9-07

Walter Rasby, Big Ben vs. Eli: Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants, 2004

1973-02-07

Kate Thornton, Happy Birthday Elton! From Madison Square Garden, New York

1973-02-28

Henry Bailey, New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

1973-03-06

Terry Adams, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1973-05-01

James Davoren, Love and Adventure in New York

1973-06-02

Carlos Acosta, New York, I Love You

1973-08-14

Wayne Chrebet, The Complete History of the New York Jets

1973-08-17

David Bromstad, Design a New York City Townhouse

1973-08-22

Howie Dorough, The Concert for New York City

1973-10-31

Tim Byrdak, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets

1973-11-17

Eli Marrero, Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets

1973-11-21

Todd Gilpin, Darling Divas New York

1973-12-15

Tammy Melinda Pearman, Brooklyn New York, American soccer forward/defender (Olympics-96)

1973-12-24

Kristine Yitref, The Nuns: New York Vampires

1973-9-30

Roderick A. Santiano, New York Doll

1974-01-06

Marlon Anderson, Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets

1974-01-21

Jerald Sowell, New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

1974-04-23

Sam Madison, Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

1974-04-27

Frank Catalanotto, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1974-08-06

Luis Vizcaino, Colorado Rockies vs. New York Mets

1974-10-02

Robert Edwards, Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

1974-10-19

Joy Bryant, The Bronx, New York, American actress (Parenthood, Antwone Fisher)

1974-11-04

Victor Riley, New York Giants vs. New Orleans Saints

1974-11-23

Malik Rose, MSG Network: New York Knicks Basketball

1974-11-24

Gabriella Campagna, Gangs of New York

1974-12-19

Bryan Hanna, New York November

1974-9-01

Ed Perry, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1974-9-08

Amani Toomer, Gift of New York

1975-02-12

Alexia Landeau, 2 Days in New York

1975-02-14

Damaso Marte, New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

1975-02-18

Chad Moeller, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1975-02-20

Brian Littrell, The Concert for New York City

1975-03-07

Jason Whittle, Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants

1975-03-30

Toby Gowin, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

1975-05-27

Lance Schulters, Tennessee Titans vs. New York Jets

1975-06-10

Carlos Cruz-Abrams, 2005 New York City Video Voter Guide

1975-06-16

Ilaria D'Elia, Gangs of New York

1975-06-18

Felix Heredia, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1975-06-28

E.G. Green, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1975-08-18

Paul Spicer, New York Giants vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

1975-10-09

Sean Ono Lennon, New York USA, John & Yoko's Son

1975-12-30

Paul Sanders, New York Comic Con 2014

1976-03-01

Ramon Castro, New York Mets vs. San Francisco Giants

1976-03-03

Eric Warfield, Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants

1976-04-10

Anthony Clement, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1976-05-08

Jeremy Brena, Welcome to New York

1976-06-17

Eric Hicks, Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants

1976-06-27

Chris Woodward, Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

1976-08-15

Frank DiMaggio, Kiss & Tell: New York

1976-11-04

LaMonty Council, Do You Have Love for New York?

1976-11-12

Rob Konrad, Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

1976-11-30

Cypher Zero, American circus innovator (New York Circus Arts)

1976-12-09

Jim Finn, Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants

1976-9-15

Matt Thornton, Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

1976-9-27

Robert Seay, Synecdoche, New York

1977-01-02

Alessandro Di Meo, Gangs of New York

1977-01-03

A.J. Burnett, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1977-01-28

Lyle Overbay, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1977-02-18

Brian Waters, Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants

1977-02-19

Andrew Ross Sorkin, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1977-03-18

Fernando Rodney, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1977-04-13

Kerem Altug, Istanbul New York

1977-04-25

Rodney Williams, New York Giants vs. Minnesota Vikings

1977-06-03

Travis Hafner, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1977-06-24

Judy Beil, Natale a New York

1977-07-01

Liv Tyler, New York City, American actress and daughter of Aerosmith's frontman, Steven Tyler (Stealing Beauty)

1977-07-05

Steve Fletcher, Formerly Known as New York

1977-07-07

Felix Vasquez, New York City Housing Authority employee

1977-07-13

Chris Horn, Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants

1977-08-04

Mike Schneck, Big Ben vs. Eli: Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants, 2004

1977-08-17

Thierry Henry, Hubertusjagd, New York

1977-08-29

Craig Parten, Once Upon a Time in New York

1977-11-16

Maggie Gyllenhaal, New York, actress (Donnie Darko, The Dark Knight)

1977-11-23

Adam Eaton, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1977-12-10

Dan Wheeler, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1977-12-22

David Michael Barrett, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

1977-12-25

Trevor Insley, New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts

1977-12-29

Laveranues Coles, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1977-9-25

Wil Nieves, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1978-01-09

A.J. McLean, The Concert for New York City

1978-01-17

Tommy S. Parker, The New York Underground

1978-01-29

Eliane Chappuis, Gangs of New York

1978-03-18

Todd Yoder, 2008 Kickoff Game: Washington Redskins at New York Giants

1978-05-04

Channing C. Holmes, Gangs of New York

1978-05-06

Maureen Elisabeth Shay, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1978-06-01

Raul Barcelona, The Promise of New York

1978-06-22

Willie Harris, Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets

1978-10-22

Amelia Martin, Synecdoche, New York

1978-11-01

Keri Burke, How to Make It in New York on $15 a Day

1978-11-03

Jeremiah Alexis, New York City Living

1978-11-12

Renaldo Hill, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1978-12-17

Alex Cintron, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1978-9-04

Terence Newman, New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

1978-9-16

Ralph D. Brown, Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants

1978-9-19

Nick Johnson, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1978-9-27

Jon Rauch, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1979-01-03

Rob Guzzo, Crisis: New York Under Water

1979-01-09

John Henderson, New York Giants vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

1979-01-27

Jessica Lynn Ferdinand, Miss New York Teen USA (1997)

1979-02-03

Sione Pouha, Baltimore Ravens at New York Jets

1979-02-13

Anouck Lepere, New York LA LA LA

1979-03-06

Joshua Coleman, Games People Play: New York

1979-03-30

Rich Seubert, New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

1979-04-06

Nathan Meier, Synecdoche, New York

1979-06-07

Bryan Thomas, Baltimore Ravens at New York Jets

1979-07-08

Mat McBriar, New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

1979-07-19

Rick Ankiel, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1979-07-21

David Carr, New York Giants at Washington Redskins

1979-07-24

Ryan Speier, Colorado Rockies vs. New York Mets

1979-08-21

Aiesha Lee Hendrick, Miss New York Teen USA (1996)

1979-11-04

Daisy Eagan, Brooklyn New York, American actresss (Secret Graden)

1979-11-27

Corrine, The 22nd New York Salsa Festival

1979-12-03

Rock Cartwright, New York Giants at Washington Redskins

1979-12-12

Garrett Atkins, Colorado Rockies vs. New York Mets

1979-12-13

Matt Kranchick, Big Ben vs. Eli: Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants, 2004

1980-01-11

Mike Williams, New York Giants at Washington Redskins

1980-01-17

T.J. Bohn, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1980-01-28

Nick Carter, The Concert for New York City

1980-04-13

Dwayne Duprey, Natale a New York

1980-05-04

Ryan Sims, Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants

1980-05-25

Scott Hairston, New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals

1980-06-03

Brandon Moore, New York Jets' Brandon Moore: Why We Watch

1980-07-07

John Buck, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1980-07-12

Vince Manuwai, New York Giants vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

1980-07-23

Michelle Williams, The Concert for New York City

1980-08-19

Lance Cormier, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1980-08-28

Lauren McLeavey, How to Make It in New York on $15 a Day

1980-08-28

T.J. Beam, New York Mets vs. New York Yankees

1980-08-31

Donald Lee, Green Bay Packers at New York Jets

1980-10-20

José Veras, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1980-10-31

Alondra de la Parra, Mexican founder and artistic director of the New York-based Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas

1980-9-24

Joseph Kuntz, Do You Have Love for New York?

1981-01-07

Scott Wells, Green Bay Packers at New York Jets

1981-01-17

Bradie James, New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

1981-01-18

Brandon Fahey, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1981-01-25

Alicia Keys [Cook], New York NY, singer-songwriter (Fallin, Where Do We Go From Here)

1981-01-25

Reggie Torbor, Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants

1981-02-11

Kelly Rowland, The Concert for New York City

1981-03-28

Julia Stiles, New York City, NY, American actress (Bourne series, Save the Last Dance)

1981-05-08

John Maine, New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1981-05-22

Jackson Waite, New York Minute

1981-06-15

Jeremy Reed, New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1981-06-17

Albert Haynesworth, New York Giants at Washington Redskins

1981-08-07

Nate Barrow, Do You Have Love for New York?

1981-10-07

Joanna Nicola, New York, I Love You

1981-10-14

Dave Gronock, 2005 New York City Video Voter Guide

1981-9-04

Dorian Velinov, New York, Los Angeles & San Antonio Auditions

1981-9-14

Lousaka Polite, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

1981-9-24

Matthew Vietri, New York

1981-9-29

Chiquita Dennie, Do You Have Love for New York?

1982-01-06

Tiffany Pollard, Do You Have Love for New York?

1982-02-01

Lee Marks, Do You Have Love for New York?

1982-02-17

Brian Bruney, New York Yankees vs. New York Mets

1982-02-23

Nadia Owusu, Games People Play: New York

1982-03-26

Brendan Ryan, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1982-04-14

Daryl Smith, New York Giants vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

1982-05-25

Joe Berger, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

1982-06-22

Kristen Vincent, Things to Do in New York When You Think You're Dead

1982-10-04

Tony Gwynn Jr, New York Mets vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

1982-10-12

Casey McGehee, Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

1982-10-13

Todd Herremans, Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

1982-10-27

Jim Leonhard, Green Bay Packers at New York Jets

1982-11-12

Anne Hathaway, New York City, New York, American actress (The Princess Diaries)

1982-9-09

Francesco Carrozzini, T: The New York Times Style Magazine

1982-9-09

John Kuhn, Green Bay Packers at New York Jets

1982-9-30

Ryan Stout, Best of Season 2: New York's Finest

1983-01-27

Deon Anderson, New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

1983-04-08

Eric Patterson, Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

1983-06-10

Leelee Sobieski, New York City, American actress (Deep Impact, Joan of Arc, Uprising)

1983-12-14

Randy Starks, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

1983-9-04

Ghee Kim, New York, I Love You

1983-9-11

Jacoby Ellsbury, Los Angeles Angels vs. New York Yankees

1984-01-30

Jeremy Hermida, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

1984-05-14

Mark Zuckerberg, White Plains, New York, American internet entrepreneur and founder of Facebook

1984-05-24

Brodney Pool, New York Giants vs. Cleveland Browns

1984-08-03

Heather Warren, Heartbeat New York

1984-11-22

Scarlett Johansson, New York City, New York, American actress (The Prestige)

1985-07-09

Kim Parrot, New York Waiting

1985-08-29

Lindsay Tuggle, New York, Los Angeles & San Antonio Auditions

1986-01-22

Jessica Goldberg, New York 360º

1986-03-06

Francisco Cervelli, Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

1986-03-28

Lady Gaga [Stefani Germanotta], New York, singer/songwriter (Bad Romance)

1986-04-28

Dillon Gee, New York Mets vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

1986-05-02

Michael Sash, New York Crossing

1986-06-13

Ashley Olsen, New York Minute

1986-07-02

Lindsay Lohan, New York City, New York, American actress (Alli Fowler-Another World)

1987-01-30

Tyler Moore, New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals

1987-02-22

Jensen Oliver Moon, Dallas and New York Auditions

1987-03-30

Vojislav Scelovic, London Paris New York

1987-07-14

Sean Smith, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

1987-12-23

Jordany Valdespin, Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets

1987-9-16

Anthony Padilla, King of New York

1989-04-07

Vanessa Carmona, Design a New York City Townhouse

1989-07-02

Isabel Bernegger, Welcome to New York

1990-08-08

Laura Anderson, Parking Madness in New York: Galileo/Pro Sieben

1991-06-22

Kevin Koval, New York Auditions - Part 1

1992-12-02

Deanna Canterman, Autumn in New York

1995-01-12

C.J. Marsini, Untitled New York Pilot

1995-08-20

Brian Dawson, New York

1995-12-23

Jacov Kolontarov, New York City Finest

1999-06-20

Kayla Maisonet, A New York Fairy Tale

1999-07-26

Ariyana Morris, New York Goes to Work

2002-01-14

Sadie Goldstein, Synecdoche, New York

New York - Notable Weddings

Alexander HamiltonDec 14, 1780

Martin Van BurenFeb 21, 1807

James Fenimore CooperJan 1, 1811

Brigham YoungOct 8, 1824

Joseph Smith JrJan 17, 1827

Frederick DouglassSep 14, 1838

James Gordon BennettSep 6, 1840

Samuel MorseAug 10, 1848

Millard FillmoreFeb 10, 1858

Chester A ArthurOct 25, 1859

George McClellanMay 22, 1860

Samuel GompersJan 28, 1867

George WestinghouseAug 8, 1867

Andrew CarnegieApr 22, 1887

Grandma MosesNov 9, 1887

Benjamin HarrisonApr 6, 1896

Paul Laurence DunbarMar 6, 1898

Milton S. HersheyMay 25, 1898

William Randolph HearstApr 28, 1903

Eleanor RooseveltMar 17, 1905

F. Scott FitzgeraldApr 3, 1920

Walter HagenApr 30, 1923

Johnny MercerJun 8, 1931

Lou GehrigSep 29, 1933

John Kenneth GalbraithSep 17, 1937

Milton FriedmanJun 25, 1938

Vince LombardiAug 31, 1940

Myrna LoyJun 6, 1942

Isaac AsimovJul 26, 1942

Barbara BushJan 6, 1945

Nat King ColeMar 28, 1948

W.E.B. Du BoisFeb 27, 1951

Arthur C. ClarkeJun 15, 1953

Roald DahlJul 2, 1953

Roone ArledgeDec 27, 1953

Marcel DuchampJan 16, 1954

Shirley MacLaineSep 17, 1954

Willie MaysFeb 14, 1956

Marilyn MonroeJun 29, 1956

Ralph LaurenDec 20, 1964

Martin ScorseseMay 15, 1965

Alice WalkerMar 17, 1967

Arthur AsheFeb 20, 1977

bidenJun 17, 1977

Shirley ChisholmNov 26, 1977

Norman MailerNov 11, 1980

Mary Tyler MooreNov 23, 1983

Jamie Lee CurtisDec 18, 1984

Rowan AtkinsonFeb 5, 1990

Marlee MatlinAug 29, 1993

Todd BeamerMay 14, 1994

Natasha RichardsonJul 3, 1994

Lionel RichieDec 21, 1996

Matthew BroderickMay 19, 1997

Peter JenningsDec 6, 1997

Adam YauchMay 31, 1998

Rupert MurdochJun 25, 1999

Catherine Zeta JonesNov 18, 2000

Liza MinnelliMar 16, 2002

Julianne MooreAug 23, 2003

Billy JoelOct 2, 2004

Joseph E. StiglitzOct 28, 2004

Robert Downey JrAug 27, 2005

Matt DamonDec 9, 2005

Beyonce KnowlesApr 4, 2008

Howard SternOct 3, 2008

David KrumholtzMay 22, 2010

Rachel WeiszJun 22, 2011

Cynthia NixonMay 27, 2012

Rosie O'DonnellJun 9, 2012

Alec BaldwinJun 30, 2012

New York - Weddings
Date Event
1780-12-14

US founding father Alexander Hamilton (25) weds Elizabeth Schuyler (23) at Schuyler Mansion in Albany, New York

1807-02-21

US President Martin Van Buren (24) weds highschool sweetheart Hannah Hoes (23) in Catskill, New York

1811-01-01

Writer James Fenimore Cooper (21) weds Susan Augusta de Lancey in Mamaroneck, New York

1824-10-08

Salt Lake City founder Brigham Young (23) weds first wife Miriam Angeline Works (18) in Port Byron, New York

1827-01-17

Religious leader Joseph Smith Jr (21) weds church group movement leader Emma Smith (22) in South Bainbridge, New York

1838-09-14

Newly escaped slave Frederick Douglass marries free woman Anne Murray in New York

1840-09-06

Publisher James Gordon Bennett (45) weds Henrietta Agnes Crean in NYC, New York

1848-08-10

Inventor Samuel Morse (57) weds Sarah Elizabeth Griswold in Utica, New York

1858-02-10

US president Millard Fillmore (58) weds Caroline Carmichael (43) in Albany, New York

1859-10-25

US President Chester A Arthur (30) weds Ellen Herndon (22) at Calvary Episcopal Church in NYC, New York

1860-05-22

Major General George McClellan (33) weds Mary Ellen at Calvary Church in NYC, New York

1867-01-28

Labor union leader Samuel Gompers (17) weds co-worker Sophia Julian (16) in Brooklyn, New York

1867-08-08

Engineer George Westinghouse (20) weds Marguerite Erskine Walker in Brooklyn, New York

1887-04-22

Business magnate Andrew Carnegie (51) weds Louise Whitfield (30) in NYC, New York

1887-11-09

Painter Grandma Moses (27) weds Thomas Salmon Moses in New York

1896-04-06

23rd US President Benjamin Harrison (63) weds Mary Scott (37) at St Thomas Protestant Episcopal Church in New York City

1898-03-06

Poet Paul Laurence Dunbar (25) weds political activist Alice Dunbar (22) in New York

1898-05-25

Chocolatier Milton S. Hershey (40) weds Catherine Sweeney at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City

1903-04-28

Newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst (40) weds William Randolph Hearst (21) in New York City

1905-03-17

Eleanor Roosevelt (20) marries Franklin D. Roosevelt (23) later 32nd US President in New York, & given away by her uncle, 26th President Theodore Roosevelt

1920-04-03

Novelist and short story writer Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (23) weds novelist Zelda Sayre (19) at New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral

1920-04-03

Author F. Scott Fitzgerald (23) weds novelist Zelda Fitzgerald (19) at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York

1923-04-30

Golfer champion Walter Hagen (30) weds Edna Straus at the Hotel Biltmore in New York

1929-06-03

Actor and naval officer of World War II Douglas Fairbanks Jr (19) weds actress Joan Crawford (24) at St. Malachy in New York City

1931-06-08

Songwriter Johnny Mercer (21) weds chorus girl Ginger Meehan in New York City

1933-09-29

NY Yankees first baseman Lou Gehrig (30) weds Eleanor Twitchell in New Rochelle, New York

1937-09-17

Economist John Kenneth Galbraith (29) weds author Catherine Atwater (24) at the Reformed Church of North Hempstead in New York

1938-06-25

Economist Milton Friedman (25) weds Rose Friedman at the Jewish Seminary in New York City

1940-08-31

Football player and coach Vince Lombardi (27) weds Marie Planitz at Our Lady of Refuge Church in Bronx, New York

1942-06-06

"The Thin Man" actress Myrna Loy (36) weds John Hertz Jr. in New York City

1942-07-26

Science fiction author Isaac Asimov (22) weds Gertrude Blugerman in Brooklyn, New York

1945-01-06

US First Lady Barbara Bush (19) weds 41st president George H. W. Bush (20) at the First Presbyterian Church in Rye, New York

1948-03-28

Musician Nat King Cole (29) weds jazz singer Maria Hawkins (25) at Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York

1951-02-27

Activist W.E.B. Du Bois (83) weds award-winning author Shirley Graham (54) in Queens, New York

1953-05-23

John F. Kennedy's sister Eunice Kennedy (31) weds activist and attorney Sargent Shriver at Saint Patrick's Cathedral in New York City

1953-06-15

Sci-Fi author Arthur C. Clarke (35) weds Marilyn Torgenson in New York

1953-07-02

Author Roald Dahl (36) weds stage actress Patricia Neal (27) at Trinity Church in New York

1953-12-27

Broadcasting pioneer Roone Arledge (22) weds Joan Heise at St. Frances de Chantal Parish in Wantagh, New York

1954-01-16

Painter Marcel Duchamp (66) weds Alexina Duchamp (48) in New York City

1954-09-17

Film and theater actress Shirley MacLaine (20) weds Steve Parker in New York City

1956-02-14

MLB center fielder Willie Mays (24) weds Margherite Wendell Chapman in NYC, New York

1956-06-29

Actress and sex symbol Marilyn Monroe (30) weds for 3rd time playwright Arthur Miller (40) at White Plains Court House in White Plains, New York

1964-12-20

Fashion designer Ralph Lauren (25) weds Ricky Anne Loew-Beer in NYC, New York

1965-05-15

Director Martin Scorsese (22) weds Laraine Brennan in New York

1967-03-17

Novelist Alice Walker (23) weds civil rights lawyer Melvyn Leventhal in New York City

1977-02-20

World No. 1 tennis player Arthur Ashe (33) weds photographer Jeanne Moutoussamy in New York City

1977-06-17

Senator Joseph biden of Delaware (34) weds Jill Jacobs (26) at the Chapel at the United Nations in New York City

1977-11-26

Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm (53) weds businessman Arthur Hardwick Jr at the Sheraton Inn in Cheektowaga, New York

1980-11-11

Novelist Norman Mailer (57) weds Norris Church (31) in Brooklyn, New York

1983-11-23

"Ordinary People" actress Mary Tyler Moore (46) weds Dr. Robert Levine at the Pierre Hotel in New York City

1984-12-18

Actress Jamie Lee Curtis (26) weds actor Christopher Guest (37) in New York

1985-09-18

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy (27) weds Pamela Gregg at New York City's Central Park

1990-02-05

Actor Rowan Atkinson (35) weds Sunetra Sastry in New York

1993-03-20

Talk show host Morton Downey Jr (59) weds producer Lori Krebs (29) in Bellmore, New York

1993-08-29

Actress Marlee Matlin (28) weds Kevin Grandalski (28) in New York City

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

1994-05-14

Software salesman Todd Beamer (25) weds Lisa Brosious in Peekskill, New York

1994-07-03

Actress Natasha Richardson (31) weds actor Liam Neeson (42) at a private ceremony in New York

1994-08-27

TV executive Anthony Radziwill (35) weds Emmy Award-winning journalist Carole Di Falco (31) in East Hampton, New York

1994-12-10

Former Senate Majority Leader Mitchell (61) weds sports marketing executive Heather MacLachlan (35) at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in New York City

1996-02-29

Fashion designer Nicole Miller (44) weds Kim Taipale (42) in the office of New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani

1996-04-16

Singer Judy Collins (57) weds industrial designer Louis Nelson (59) at Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City

1996-04-27

Soap opera actor Lorenzo Lamas (38) weds Playboy model and actress Shauna Sand (24) in Rockland County, New York

1996-05-11

Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley (39) weds retail store designer Bill Keenan (43) at Manhattan City Hall in New York

1996-07-20

Tony Award-winning actress Bernadette Peters (48) weds investment adviser Michael Wittenberg (34) in Millbrook, New York

1996-09-14

Actress Liz Keifer (33) weds Robert Convertino (41) at Rihga Royal Hotel in New York City

1996-12-21

Famous singer Lionel Richie (47) weds clothing designer Diane Alexander (30) at Metropolitan Club in New York

1997-05-19

Film and stage actor Matthew Broderick (50) weds Sex and the City actress Sarah Jessica Parker (47) in New York

1997-10-04

MTV news anchor Tabitha Soren (30) weds "Liars Poker" author Michael Lewis (37) in Garrison, New York

1997-12-06

ABC's World News Tonight news anchor Peter Jennings (59) weds Kayce Freed in Bridgehampton, New York

1998-05-03

"Jekyll & Hyde" lead singer Linda Eder (37) weds composer Frank Wildhorn (38) at their new 8-acre estate in North Salem, New York

1998-05-31

Beastie Boys rapper Adam Yauch (33) weds daughter of prominent Tibetan activists Dechen Wangdu in New York

1998-10-03

Dutch-born model Annette Roque (33) weds The Today show cohost Matt Lauer (41) at Presbyterian Church in Bridgehampton, New York

1998-12-12

TV personality Melissa Rivers (30) weds horse breeder John Endicott at The Plaza Hotel in New York City

1999-06-13

CNBC anchor-reporter Maria Bartiromo (31) weds son of multimillionaire financier Saul Steinberg, Jonathan Steinberg (34) in Long Island, New York

1999-06-25

Business magnate Rupert Murdoch (68) weds businesswoman Wendi Deng (30) at the yacht Morning Glory in New York harbor

1999-07-10

"It Could Happen To You" actress Rosie Perez (34) weds playwright and screenwriter Seth Zvi Rosenfeld (37) in Brooklyn, New York

1999-07-22

Director Martin Scorsese (56) weds Helen Morris in New York

1999-09-26

Actress-singer and former beauty queen Vanessa L Williams (36) weds Los Angeles Lakers' basketball player Rick Fox (30) at Church of the Holy Trinity in New York

2000-06-15

"Murphy Brown" actress Candice Bergen (54) weds New York real estate magnate Marshall Rose (63) at a Manhattan synagogue

2000-11-18

Actress Catherine Zeta Jones (31) weds actor/producer Michael Douglas (56) at the Plaza Hotel in New York City

2001-06-09

"Law & Order" actress and model Angie Harmon (28) weds New York Giant NFL player Jason Sehorn (30) at Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas

2002-03-16

Oscar-winning entertainer Liza Minnelli (56) weds producer David Gest (48) at the Marble Collegiate Church in New York City

2002-09-20

"Matrix" actor Laurence Fishburne (41) weds actress Gina Torres (33) at The Cloisters museum in New York City

2003-05-10

Fashion designer Shoshanna Lonstein (28) weds investment analyst Joshua Gruss at the Metropolitan Club in New York City

2003-05-10

"Ocean's Eleven" director and producer Steven Soderbergh (40) weds former fashion model Jules Asner (35) in Manhattan, New York

2003-06-07

"Sidewalks of New York" actor-director Edward Burns (34) weds Calvin Klein model Christy Turlington (32) at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church in San Francisco, California

2003-06-28

Colombian American actor John Leguizamo (42) weds estate planner Justine Maurer (35) on a Catholic-Jewish ceremony in New York

2003-07-11

"The Sopranos" actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler (22) weds her manager A.J. Discala at Brooklyn Botanical Garden in New York

2003-08-09

Former "New Kids on the Block" singer Joey McIntyre (30) weds real estate agent Barrett Williams (25) in New York City's Plaza Hotel

2003-08-23

"The Hours" actress Julianne Moore (42) weds "The Myth of Fingerprints" director Bart Freundlich (33) in New York

2004-09-09

'N Sync singer Joey Fatone (27) weds Kelly Baldwin (27) at Oheka Castle in Huntington, New York

2004-10-02

"Piano Man" singer-songwriter Billy Joel (55) weds television food critic and chef Katie Lee (23) at 15-acre waterfront estate in Centre Island, New York

2004-10-28

Economist Joseph E. Stiglitz (61) weds professor Anya Schiffrin (41) at the Municipal Building in New York

2004-11-13

"The View" co-host Star Jones (42) weds banker Al Reynolds at St. Bartholomew's Church in New York City

2005-01-29

"New York Mets" catcher Mike Piazza (36) weds former "Baywatch" actress Alicia Rickter (32) at St. Jude Catholic Church in Miami, Florida

2005-02-20

"Iron Chef America" host Bobby Flay (40) weds former "Law and Order: SVU" actress Stephanie March (30) at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in New York City

2005-08-27

Actor Robert Downey Jr (40) weds producer Susan Levin (31) at the Windy Dune Estat in Amagansett, New York

2005-09-17

Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley (47) weds Bill Powers in Montauk, New York

2005-09-25

"Gremlins" actor Zach Galligan (41) weds Ling-Ling Hu Ingerick at New York City's Yale Club in New York City

2005-10-09

"The O.C." writer and talk show host Regis Philbin's daughter Jennifer Joy Philbin (31) weds NBC comedy series "The Office" writer Michael Schur (32) at St. Ignatius Loyola Church in New York City

2005-12-09

"Bourne" actor Matt Damon (35) weds Argentine-born Luciana Barrosa (29) at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau near New York City Hall

2006-02-10

"Creed" former lead singer Scott Stapp (32) weds Miss New York USA 2004 winner Jaclyn Nesheiwat (25) in Miami

2006-03-17

Publicist Lizzie Grubman (35) weds Chris Stern in New York

2006-09-30

Actress Amanda Peet (34) weds screenwriter David Benioff (36) at Friends Seminary Quaker School in New York City

2006-11-04

Radio and television journalist Alison Stewart (40) weds MSNBC vice-president of prime-time programming Bill Wolff (40) at the stylish New York restaurant Cipriani 23rd Street

2007-02-14

Former Felicity actress Keri Russell (30) weds longtime boyfriend Shane Deary (30) in New York, New York

2007-06-01

Legendary crooner Tony Bennett (80) weds his longtime girlfriend Susan Crow (47) in New York City

2007-11-09

"Grey's Anatomy" actress Ellen Pompeo (38) weds music producer Chris Ivery (38) in New York, New York

2008-03-23

France's former first lady Cecilia Ciganer-Albeniz (50) weds Moroccan-born public relations executive Richard Attias (48) in Manhattan, New York

2008-04-04

Singer-songwriter and actress Beyonce Knowles (30) weds rapper Jay-Z (43) at a 13,500-square foot penthouse apartment in New York

2008-04-19

New York Giants NFL quarterback Eli Manning (27) weds Abby McGrew (24) at the One & Only Palmilla Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

2008-10-03

Radio personality Howard Stern (54) weds actress Beth Ostrosky (36) in Manhattan, New York

2008-11-17

Heartthrob finalist from Top Chef's second season Sam Talbot (30) weds Colombian model and t-shirt designer Paola Guerrero in a secret wedding ceremony at City Hall in New York City

2009-01-31

"Stay" singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb (40) weds Late Night with Conan O'Brien music supervisor Roey Hershkovitz (30) at Manhattan restaurant in New York City

2009-05-04

Two-time Tony winner singer-actress Bebe Neuwirth (50) weds Napa Valley's Destino vineyard founder Chris Calkins at the Players Club in New York

2009-08-08

International opera group Il Divo singer David Miller weds singer and theater actress Sarah Joy Kabanuck in New York City

2009-10-11

"Mad Men" vixen Christina Hendricks (37) weds actor Geoffrey Arend (34) at the couple's favorite Il Buco restaurant in New York City

2009-10-25

Socialite Ivanka Trump (27) weds New York Observer owner Jared Kushner (28) at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey

2009-12-19

Actor-singer Kevin Jonas (22) weds Danielle Deleasa (23) at Oheka Castle in Huntington, New York

2010-03-28

"The Real Housewives of New York City" TV Personality Bethenny Frankel (39) weds Jason Hoppy at the Four Seasons Restaurant in New York City

2010-05-22

"Numb3rs" star David Krumholtz (32) weds actress Vanessa Britting (29) at The Plaza Hotel in New York City

2010-07-10

NBA star Carmelo Anthony (25) weds actress Lala Vasquez (30) at Cipriani 42nd St. in New York City

2010-07-11

Former "Las Vegas" actress Vanessa Marcil (42) weds "CSI: NY" actor Corey Feldman (39) in New York City

2010-07-31

Daughter of former US President Bill Clinton Chelsea Clinton (30) weds investment banker Marc Mezvinsky (32) at Astor Courts in Rhinebeck, New York

2010-12-11

Actress Joanna Garcia (32) weds New York Yankees` Nick Swisher (31) at Breakers Hotel & Resort in Palm Beach, Florida

2011-02-25

Actor and comedian Kelsey Grammer (57) weds Kayte Walsh (29) at the Longacre Theater in Manhattan, New York

2011-04-17

Actress and model Torrey Devitto (26) weds actor Paul Wesley (28) in New York

2011-06-22

British actor best known as British secret agent "James Bond" Daniel Craig (43) weds film and theatre actress Rachel Weisz (41) at a private ceremony in New York

2011-06-27

Actress America Ferrera (28) weds actor and director Ryan Piers Williams (31) in New York

2011-08-16

Fashion designer Michael Kors (51) weds Lance LePere in Southampton, New York

2012-01-07

Lady Antebellum singer-songwriter Hillary Scott (26) weds drummer Chris Tyrrell (25) at the Appel Inn near Albany, New York

2012-05-27

Actress Cynthia Nixon (46) weds education activist Christine Marinoni in New York City

2012-06-09

Comedian Rosie O'Donnell (50) weds Michelle Rounds in New York

2012-06-30

Actor Alec Baldwin (54) weds Hilaria Thomas at St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in New York City

2012-07-04

"Grey's Anatomy" actress Sara Ramirez (36) weds TIMEC's business analyst Ryan Debolt in a private beachside ceremony in New York

2012-07-07

"The Office" Ellie Kemper (32) weds former "Conan O'Brien" writer Michael Koman at the Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church in New York City

2012-10-06

Former "Private Practice" actress Audra McDonald (42) weds Broadway star Will Swenson (38) in Croton-on-Hudson, New York

2012-12-21

CNN anchor Erin Burnett (36) weds finance executive David Rubulotta (42) in New York City Hall

2013-05-19

Former Armor for Sleep frontman Ben Jorgensen (29) weds actress Katrina Bowden (24) at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in NYC, New York

2013-06-21

Actor Peter Scolari (57) weds broadway actress Tracy Shayne in NYC, New York

2013-06-28

Writer Josh Kilmer-Purcell (43) weds physician Brent Ridge in Sharon Springs, New York

2013-07-20

"Modern Family" actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson (37) weds lawyer Justin Mikita in NYC, New York

2013-09-06

Actor Josh Charles (41) weds ballet dancer and author Sophie Flack at a private residence in Manhattan, New York City

2013-09-21

US billionaire investor and active supporter of liberal political causes George Soros (83) weds health care and education consultant Tamiko Bolton (42) at his estate in Bedford, New York

2013-10-12

"30 Rock" actor Keith Powell weds visual artist Jill Knox at Tribeca Rooftop in NYC, New York

2013-10-26

Actress Christina Ricci (33) weds dolly grip James Heerdegen in Manhattan, New York

2014-06-21

TV journalist Katie Couric (57) weds financier John Molner in East Hampton, New York

New York - Divorces
Date Event
2008-07-07

Cynthia Rodriguez (35) divorces New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez (32) due to long period of infidelity and emotional abandonment after 6 years of marriage

New York - Notable Deaths

Stephen FosterJan 13, 1864

James Gordon BennettJun 1, 1872

Emma LazarusNov 19, 1887

Billie HolidayJul 17, 1959

George SteinbrennerJul 13, 2010

New York - Deaths
Date Event
1546-02-18

Martin Luther, Gangs of New York

1744-08-13

John Cruger, Dutch-born Mayor of New York (b. 1678)

1774-07-11

Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet, Irish-born New York pioneer

1855-03-08

William Poole, Infamous member of New York City's Bowery Boys gang (b. 1821)

1864-01-13

Stephen Foster, American composer (My Old Kentucky Home), dies at 37 in New York

1872-06-01

James Gordon Bennett, Sr., American newspaper publisher (New York Herald), dies at 76

1881-02-14

Fernando Wood, New York City mayor (b. 1812)

1887-11-19

Emma Lazarus, US poet ("Give us your tired & poor"), dies in New York at 38

1887-11-19

Emma Lazarus, New York: Part 6 - The City of Tomorrow

1902-04-19

Octavius L. Pruden, Admiral Dewey Receiving the Washington and New York Committees

1910-10-20

David B. Hill, Governor of New York (b. 1843)

1916-09-17

Seth Low, Opening of New East River Bridge, New York

1916-09-22

C.M.S. McLellan, The Belle of New York

1925-10-07

Christy Mathewson, Christy Mathewson and the New York National League Team

1926-09-09

John E. Eckerlein, Little Old New York

1934-08-05

Bert Levy, New York and Its People

1940-11-30

George McClellan, Annual Parade, New York Fire Department

1944-03-04

Louis Capone, New York organized crime figure (b. 1896) (executed)

1945-01-27

Robert McClung, The Toast of New York

1947-06-22

Madge Orlamond, Streets of New York

1948-02-23

Bess Stafford, It Happened in New York

1950-02-16

Charles Kennedy, Little Old New York

1950-10-07

William Locke, While New York Sleeps

1951-01-07

Bouck White, The Toast of New York

1951-07-07

William R. Lipman, Tarzan's New York Adventure

1951-08-14

William Randolph Hearst, Little Old New York

1952-06-10

J.G. Bachmann, The Docks of New York

1952-12-16

Marion Briscoe, Little Old New York

1953-07-22

Cy Kendall, Tarzan's New York Adventure

1954-04-01

Jack Lait, New York Confidential

1955-08-09

George Landy, Sidewalks of New York

1957-01-26

Helene Costello, Lights of New York

1957-02-05

George McIver, Furlough in New York

1958-01-03

Will Aubrey, Paris in New York

1958-03-28

William Christopher Handy, US conductor/composer (St Louis Blues), dies at 84 in New York

1958-05-31

Harry Green, A King in New York

1959-07-17

Billie Holiday, jazz singer, dies at Metropolitan Hospital in New York of cirrhosis of the liver at 44

1960-07-09

Clifford Buckton, A King in New York

1964-09-21

Vincent Lawson, A King in New York

1966-12-22

Oliver Johnston, A King in New York

1967-12-03

Harry Wismer, American original owner of the New York Jets (b. 1913)

1972-11-06

Billy Murcia, rocker (New York Dolls), chokes to death at 21

1972-12-23

Abraham Joshua Heschel, Polish-born Jewish American rabbi and theologian dies in New York aged 65

1975-03-06

Jacque MacKinnon, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1975-10-04

Joan Whitney Payson, owner of New York Mets, dies at 72

1979-06-07

Norman Hartnell, Non-Stop New York

1979-06-22

Troy Archer, New York Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1981-07-01

Rusty Chambers, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

1981-08-25

Jack Tyree, Escape from New York

1982-04-03

Robert R. Snody, The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair

1982-09-02

Tom Baker, US actor, dies of a drug overdose in New York at 42

1983-04-03

Richard Neal, New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers

1983-05-28

Erastus Corning 2nd, American politician, 72nd Mayor of Albany, New York (b. 1909)

1983-06-02

Donald Gramm, New York City Opera: The Turk in Italy

1984-06-15

Meredith Willson, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1984-08-13

Clyde Cook, The Docks of New York

1984-11-14

George Matthews, Brooklyn New York, American actor (Chick-Glynis), dies at 73

1985-09-18

Harvey Parry, Escape from New York

1985-12-16

Paul Castellano, New York Mafia Murders

1986-03-11

Sonny Terry, Gangs of New York

1986-05-20

Stephen Carr, Little Old New York

1986-06-04

Lauri Lupino Lane, A King in New York

1986-07-08

Spider Lockhart, Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants

1986-08-23

Donald Keyes, Roy J. Battersby, New York Reporter

1986-08-30

John Tuggle, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

1986-11-25

Norman Palmer, New York, New York

1987-12-17

Mrs. Nicholas M. Schenck, Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City

1988-01-04

Henfil, Tanga (Deu no New York Times?)

1988-03-23

Hélio Pellegrino, Tanga (Deu no New York Times?)

1988-10-14

Vic Raschi, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1989-05-14

Herschel Rosen, New York Stories

1990-01-08

Georgie Auld, New York, New York

1990-02-15

Mark Tendler, Hercules in New York

1990-03-14

Aubrey Wisberg, Hercules in New York

1990-04-04

C.R. Smith, Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City

1990-10-24

Alexandra Becker, New York Stories

1991-03-09

Jim Hardin, former Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves pitcher (b. 1943)

1992-01-04

Jim Lee Howell, New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers

1992-04-20

Benny Hill, Benny Hill's World Tour: New York!

1992-04-23

Deron Johnson, New York Yankees vs. California Angels

1992-06-23

Joy Nichols, A King in New York

1993-06-02

Johnny Mize, New York Yankees (The Movie)

1994-05-14

Daniel Dassin, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1994-05-25

Damián Rosa, Adios, New York, adios

1994-10-09

Fred Lebow, US founder of New York Marathon, dies of cancer

1994-11-30

Connie Kay, Belafonte, New York 19

1994-12-30

Maureen Starkey, John & Yoko in Syracuse, New York

1995-05-14

Tommy Prothro, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

1995-08-03

Kevin John Gee, Slaves of New York

1995-11-03

Eddie Pola, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

1996-05-26

Mike Sharperson, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Mets

1997-05-11

Brenda Carlin, George Carlin: Jammin' in New York

1997-07-09

John Little, New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers

1997-11-26

Iris Whitney, Hercules in New York

1997-12-06

Gretl Urban Thurlow, Little Old New York

1998-06-28

Glenn Montgomery, New York Jets vs. Houston Oilers

1999-01-06

French Jazz piano virtuoso Michel Petrucciani dies in New York following a brief respiratory illness at age 36

1999-01-10

René Lefevre-Bel, The Troops in New York

1999-06-12

Tom Lillard, Escape from New York

1999-12-16

Ruth Welting, New York City Opera: The Ballad of Baby Doe

2000-05-03

John Joseph Cardinal O'Connor, Catholic Archbishop of New York (b. 1920)

2000-06-10

Frank Patterson, Gangs of New York

2000-06-13

Ned Polsky, New York in the 50's

2000-11-25

Hugh Alexander, New York Yankees: Part 1

2001-01-21

Frances Bible, New York City Opera: The Ballad of Baby Doe

2001-02-10

Abraham Beame, Mayor of New York City (b. 1906)

2001-02-14

Guy Grosso, The Troops in New York

2001-04-12

Alberto Erede, New York Stories

2001-06-07

Leonard Tepper, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

2001-11-12

Zorita, Naughty New York

2002-05-22

Joe Cascarella, New York Yankees: Part 1

2002-07-19

Alan Lomax, Gangs of New York

2003-02-20

Peter Tewksbury, Sunday in New York

2003-02-26

Otha Turner, Gangs of New York

2003-03-27

Ted Streshinsky, Live from New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live

2003-07-23

James E. Davis, New York City councilman (murdered) (b. 1962)

2003-08-06

Julius Baker, New York Stories

2003-08-13

Charles Devens, New York Yankees: Part 2

2003-12-27

Ivan Calderon, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

2004-01-25

Tanny McDonald, Hercules in New York

2004-04-15

Buff Brady, Escape from New York

2004-05-20

Gary Ballman, New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

2004-07-13

Arthur Kane, New York Doll

2004-10-11

Phil Harper, New York Stories

2004-10-20

Chuck Hiller, St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets

2005-01-30

Jim Ogle, New York Yankees (The Movie)

2006-01-28

Henry McGee, Benny Hill's World Tour: New York!

2006-04-15

Marianna Christos, New York City Opera: Carmen

2006-05-27

Thelma Leeds, The Toast of New York

2006-06-21

Nazzareno Natale, Gangs of New York

2007-03-25

W. Marshall Rogers, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

2007-03-28

Tony Scott, Naughty New York

2007-04-25

Johnny Perkins, New York Giants vs. Detroit Lions

2007-08-13

Mrs. Vincent Astor, Bill Cunningham New York

2007-08-31

Kristine Yitref, The Nuns: New York Vampires

2008-03-13

Wilfred R. Middlebrooks, New York, New York

2008-04-17

Danny Federici, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Live in New York City

2008-07-12

Bobby Murcer, center fielder for the New York Yankees, San Francisco Giants, and Chicago Cubs from 1965-1983(b. 1946)

2008-07-14

Red Foley, New York Yankees (The Movie)

2008-09-01

Mario Tursi, Gangs of New York

2008-10-15

Tom Tresh, New York Yankees (The Movie)

2008-12-19

Matt Kofler, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills

2008-12-22

Coy Bacon, New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

2009-07-09

J.J. Jones, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

2009-08-06

John Hughes, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

2009-09-17

Randy Johnson, New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams

2009-10-02

Douglas Stark, The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair

2009-12-20

Arnold Stang, Hercules in New York

2009-12-25

Rick Kane, New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions

2010-01-04

Knox Burger, New York in the 50's

2010-01-24

James Cole, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

2010-03-06

H.M. Koutoukas, Naked in New York

2010-05-25

Jarvis Williams, Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Giants

2010-07-05

David Fanshawe, Gangs of New York

2010-07-09

Milt Morin, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

2010-07-11

Bob Sheppard, New York Yankees and New York Giants announcer (b. 1910)

2010-07-13

George Steinbrenner, American businessman and owner of the New York Yankees, dies from heart attack at 80

2010-10-15

Johnny Sheffield, Tarzan's New York Adventure

2010-11-28

Gil McDougald, New York Yankees (The Movie)

2011-05-29

Simon Brint, Tracey Takes on New York

2011-06-18

Clarence Clemons, New York, New York

2011-07-11

William D. Middleton, The New York Central: The Water Level Route

2011-09-22

Mickey Correa, City Year New York: Putting Idealism to Work

2011-10-26

Greg Gantt, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

2011-12-15

Andy Carey, third baseman for 1950s New York Yankees, dies at 80

2012-02-16

Anthony Shadid, New York Times foreign correspondent and two time Pulitzer winner, dies from asthma at 43

2012-02-16

Mike Current, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

2012-02-24

Terry Mathews, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

2012-03-21

Ron Erhardt, New York Jets vs. Washington Redskins

2012-04-01

Giorgio Chinaglia, Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos

2012-06-26

Pat Cummings, Detroit Pistons vs. New York Knicks

2012-07-14

Gustin Reichbeck, New York Agora: The Legacy of the 60s Counterculture

2012-07-14

King Hill, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

2012-09-05

Christian Marin, The Troops in New York

2012-10-07

Lois Smith, Gangs of New York

2012-11-07

Joy Parker, Do You Have Love for New York?

2012-11-12

Rob Guzzo, Crisis: New York Under Water

2013-01-07

Harvey Shapiro, New York in the 50's

2013-01-07

Ada Louise Huxtable, New York: Center of the World

2013-02-01

Ed Koch, American congressman and New York Mayor, dies from heart failure at 88

2013-03-30

Bob Turley, New York Yankees (The Movie)

2013-06-06

Bert Wilson, Store Front New York

2013-06-19

Dave Jennings, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

2013-07-04

Iain McColl, Gangs of New York

2013-07-19

Phil Woosnam, Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos

2013-09-11

Marshall Berman, New York: A Documentary Film

2013-09-13

Rick Casares, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

2013-11-01

John Mazur, New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins

2013-11-01

Editta Sherman, Bill Cunningham New York

2014-01-09

Cliff Carpenter, Synecdoche, New York

2014-10-20

Ox Baker, Escape from New York

2015-01-01

Mario Cuomo, former New York governor, dies at 82

2015-01-14

Paul E. Guskin, The New York Ripper

2015-02-08

Jesse Freitas, New York Jets vs. San Diego Chargers

2015-02-12

David Carr, Page One: Inside the New York Times

2015-03-01

Jeff McKnight, New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves

2015-03-31

Riccardo Ingram, New York Yankees vs. Minnesota Twins

2015-04-07

Rich Szaro, Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Jets

2015-07-02

Tom Longo, New York Giants vs. Boston Patriots

2015-08-17

Mike Gaechter, New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

2015-09-22

Yogi Berra, New York Yankees (The Movie)

2015-10-05

Chantal Akerman, A Couch in New York

2015-10-30

Mel Daniels, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks

2015-12-19

Kurt Masur, who led New York Philharmonic, dies at 88

2016-01-07

Former New York State Chief Justice Judith Kaye dies at 77

2016-06-02

Connie Kopelov, who entered New York's first legal same-sex marriage dies, aged 90

2016-06-26

Bill Cunningham, New York Times fashion photographer, dies at 87

2016-12-04

Ghostbusters star Alice Drummond dies in New York aged 88

2017-02-17

Comedian Irwin Corey dies in New York aged 102

2017-02-21

Russian ambassador to UN Vitaly Churkin dies in New York aged 64

2017-05-02

Best-Selling Author Jean Stein Jumps to Her Death in New York

2018-05-04

New York Islanders Legend Bill Torrey Dies At 83


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