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Born This Day: Dec. 14

1503 Nostradamus, astrologer and supposed predictor of the future (Provence, France; died 1566)
1546 Tycho Brahe, astronomer (Denmark; died 1601)
1895 King George VI, king of England and father of Queen Elizabeth II (Norfolk, England; died 1952)
1896 James Doolittle, aviator and World War II hero (Alameda, CA; died 1993)
1897 Margaret Chase Smith, congresswoman and senator (Skowhegan, ME; died 1995)
1919 Shirley Jackson, author (San Francisco, CA; died 1965)
1922 Don Hewitt, TV producer (New York, NY)
1935 Lee Remick, actress (Quincy, MA; died 1991)
1946 Patty Duke, actress (New York, NY)
1963 Helen Slater, actress (Massapequa, NY)


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