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Born This Day: December 2

1859 Georges Seurat, painter (Paris, France; died 1891)
1915 Adolph Green, songwriter (New York, NY; died 2002)
1923 Maria Callas, opera singer (New York, NY; died 1977)
1924 Alexander Haig, Secretary of State (Bala-Cynwood, PA)
1925 Julie Harris, actress (Grosse Pointe Park, MI)
1939 Harry Reid, NV senator and Senate Minority Leader (Searchlight, NV)
1944 Ibrahim Rugova, ethnic Albanian leader of the United Nations-administered Serbian province of Kosovo (Crnce, Yugoslavia; died 2006)
1946 Gianni Versace, fashion designer (Reggio Calabria, Italy; died 1997)
1948 Cathy Lee Crosby, actress (Los Angeles, CA)
1954 Stone Phillips, TV journalist (Texas City, TX)
1962 Tracy Austin, champion tennis player (Rolling Hills Estates, CA)
1967 Lucy Liu, actress (New York, NY)
1973 Monica Seles, champion tennis player (Novi Sad, Yugoslavia)
1978 Nelly Furtado, singer-songwriter (Victoria, British Columbia)
1981 Britney Spears, singer (Kentwood, LA)


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