Those born on this date are under the sign of Libra.

They include:

-- French composer Camille Saint-Saens in 1835

-- Charles Rudolph Walgreen, drugstore chain founder, in 1873

-- Baseball Hall of Fame member Rube Marquard in 1886

-- Baseball Hall of Fame member Walter O'Malley in 1903

-- Convicted Watergate burglar, novelist and lecturer E. Howard Hunt Jr. in 1918

-- Former Beatle John Lennon in 1940

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-- C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb in 1941 (age 76)

-- The Who bassist John Entwistle in 1944

-- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Jackson Browne in 1948 (age 69)

-- Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jody Williams in 1950 (age 67)

-- Writer/actor Robert Wuhl in 1951 (age 66)

-- Television personality Sharon Osbourne in 1952 (age 65)

-- Actor Tony Shalhoub in 1953 (age 64)

-- Actor Scott Bakula in 1954 (age 63)

-- Actor John O'Hurley, both in 1954 (age 63)

-- Actor Michael Pare in 1958 (age 59)

-- Football Hall of Fame member Mike Singletary in 1958 (age 59)

-- Film director Guillermo del Toro in 1964 (age 53)

-- Former British Prime Minister David Cameron in 1966 (age 51)

-- Golf Hall of Fame member Annika Sorenstam in 1970 (age 47)

-- Musician Sean Lennon in 1975 (age 42)

-- Comedian Nick Swardson in 1976 (age 41)

-- Actor Brandon Routh in 1979 (age 38)

-- Actor Zachery Ty Bryan in 1981 (age 36)

-- Actor Tyler James Williams in 1992 (age 25)

-- Country singer Scotty McCreery in 1993 (age 24)

-- Model Bella Hadid in 1996 (age 21)

On this date in history:

In 1931, gangster Al Capone's Florida spending told at tax evasion trial. The government's contention was that if Mr. Capone was "rich enough to be a moviesque Florida Play-boy, then he certainly must have an income worthy of taxation."

In 1967, one day after being captured in the jungles of Bolivia where he was waging a guerrilla war, Marxist revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara, a leading figure in the 1959 Cuban revolution, is executed by the Bolivian military.

In 1974, Oskar Schindler, the German businessman credited with saving 1,200 Jews from the Holocaust, died at the age of 66.

In 1975, Andrei Sakharov, father of the Soviet hydrogen bomb, became the first Soviet citizen to win the Nobel Peace Prize.

In 1983, James Watt, facing U.S. Senate condemnation for a racially insensitive remark, resigned as U.S. President Ronald Reagan's interior secretary.

In 2009, U.S. President Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."

In 2012, Malala Yousafzai, an advocate for girls' education in Pakistan, survived being shot three times as she attempted to board a bus to school.

In 2013, U.S. President Barack Obama nominated Janet L. Yellen to lead the Federal Reserve System. She officially became Fed chairwoman in early 2014.