Birthdays

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Birthdays

Mr Paul Allaire, chairman and chief executive officer, Xerox Corporation, 57; Dr Heather Angel, author and wildlife photographer, 54; Sir Nigel Broackes, Honorary President, Trafalgar House, 61; Sir Andrew Buchanan, Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, 58; Mr Andrew Burns, ambassador to Israel, 52; Mr John Burrow, Chief Constable, Essex, 60; Dame Joyce Daws, thoracic surgeon, 70; Sir Stephen Egerton, former ambassador to Italy, 63; Miss Buchi Emecheta, author and lecturer, 51; Mr Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens), singer and songwriter, 47; Mr Norman Jewison, film director, 69; Sir Kirby Laing, former chairman, Laing Properties, 79; Mr Gerald Malone MP, Minister of State for Health, 45; Dr Jonathan Miller, television, film and theatre director, 61; Maj-Gen the Duke of Norfolk, 80; Mr Bill Pertwee, actor, 69; Mr Julian Pettifer, broadcaster, 60; Lt-Gen Sir Steuart Pringle, former Commandant General, Royal Marines, 67; Mr Karel Reisz, film director, 69; Mr Barry Richards, cricketer, 50; Miss Kay Starr, singer, 73; Mr Isaac Stern, violinist, 75; Mr Dennis Trevelyan, Principal, Mansfield College, Oxford, 66; Mr Robin Williams, actor and comedian, 43; Sir Ian Wood, managing director, John Wood Group, 53.

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