Birthdays

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TODAY: The Right Rev James Adams, former Bishop Suffragan of Barking, 81; Mr Kenneth Ashton, trade union leader, 71; Mr Victor Blank, chairman, Charterhouse plc, 54; Lord Brabourne, television and film producer, 72; Mr David Constant, cricket umpire, 55; Mr Bryan Davies MP, 57; Miss Karen Dotrice, actress, 41; Mr George Duncan, chairman, ASW Holdings, 63; Sir Robin Gillett, underwriter and former Lord Mayor of London, 71; Mr Ronald Harwood, novelist and playwright, 62; Miss Katharine Hepburn, actress, 87; Mr Henry Hogger, High Commissioner to Namibia, 48; Mr Anthony Holland, solicitor and former President, the Law Society, 58; Mr Alistair Horne, military historian, 71; Miss Hedy Lamarr, actress, 83; Mr Hugh Leonard, playwright, 70; Mr Roger McGough, poet, 59; Air Vice-Marshal Kenneth Nairn, RCAF, chartered accountant, 98; Dame Kathleen Raven, former chief nursing officer, DHSS, 86; Miss Stella Richman, television producer, 74; Mr Tony Slattery, actor and writer, 37; Mr Donald Trelford, former Editor of the Observer, 59; Viscount Weir, chairman, the Weir Group, 63; Mr Tom Weiskopf, golfer, 54; Lord Wolfson of Sunningdale, chairman, Next, 61.

TOMORROW: Sir Peter Baldwin, former chairman, SE Thames Regional Health Authority, 74; Mr Robert Carrier, broadcaster and cookery writer, 73; Dame Frances Coulshed, former Director, WRAC, 92; Mr Frank Durr, racehorse trainer, 70; Mr Nigel Evans MP, 39; Mr Roger Farrance, former chairman, Electricity Association Services, 63; Miss Donya Fiorentino, fashion model, 29; Mr Don Henderson, actor, 64; Sir Giles Loder, a vice- president of the Royal Horticultural Society, 82; The Right Rev Lawrence Luscombe, former Bishop of Brechin and Primus of the Episcopal Church in Scotland, 72; Mr Raymond Plummer, former president and honorary director, Design and Industries Association, 80; Sir Tim Rice, lyricist, 52; Professor Elizabeth Robson, geneticist, 68; Viscount Runciman of Doxford, author, and chairman, Runciman Investments, 62; Sir William Ryrie, former executive vice-president and chief executive, International Finance Corporation at World Bank, 68; Mr Roy Scheider, actor, 61; Sir David Serpell, former senior civil servant, 85; Admiral of the Fleet Sir William Staveley, chairman, North Thames Regional Health Auathority, 68; Mrs Elizabeth Toulson, chairman, WRVS, 48.

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