Here cometh April again, and as far as I can see the world hath more fools in it than ever. Charles Lamb (essayist, poet)

It's my birthday!

Besides it being the best month (duh!), there are so many famous people born in April. 
Can you identify the ones included here? Maybe the hints will help. Move your curser over the pics for the names. No cheating!

Founder of famous gentleman's magazine started with $600 he borrowed.
One of the biggest stars of the 20th century's silent film era, most famous for his character, 'The Tramp'.
Author, actress, poet, dancer, and civil right activist.
Actress known for her big, expressive eyes, famously said, "What a dump!" in one of her movies. Kim Carnes wrote a song about her. 
3rd American president, drafted the Declaration of Independence,  fathered 6 children with slave, Sally Hemmings.
Child star during the Great Depression, sang On the Good ship Lollipop in the 1930's.
Jazz singer, known as the 'First Lady of Song'.
Inventor, known predominately as a painter, most famous works: Mona Lisa, and The Last Supper.

American model who gained popularity in the 1950's for her pinup photos. With her iconic jet black hair and bangs she is referred to as the 'Queen of Pinups'.
American musician and songwriter best known as the former lead guitarist and co-founder of the four member rock band who until 1983 were never seen without their iconic performance makeup.
Baltimore native filmmaker called the 'King of Bad Taste' who started making experimental short films in the 1960s.
Actor, 20th century performer known for productions like The Emperor Jones and Othello. He was also an international activist.
American actress and fashion model best known for being one of Andy Warhol's 'It girls'.
Actor, best known for anti establishment roles in the 1940's and 50's including his legendary performance in A Streetcar Named Desire and starring role in The Godfather.
Musician, producer. N.E.R.D.
Singer, considered the 'Queen of Tejano' and sometimes referred to as the 'Mexican Madonna' for her sexy outfits and dance.
Considered one of the best jazz vocalists of all time, known as 'Lady Day' whose autobiography was made into the 1972 film Lady Sings the Blues.


  1. I got all except five! Too fatigued from my workout to elaborate. Do you trust me? Happy Birthday To You ���� Happy Birthday �� - in my Stevie Wonder singing voice ��

    1. Very good! Thanks for playing and love your birthday singing voice too!

  2. How notable, to be within the month of such talent.

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