Share Share Share July 26, 2017 July Birthdays Happy July 26th Birthday! If you were born on July 26, you share a birthday with these famous people: Kathryn Hays is 84 (nee Kay Piper) Octogenarian senior citizen, American actress on stage, TV (The Road West; As the World Turns; One Life to Live; Guiding Light) and movies (Counterpoint), born July 26, 1933. (Kathryn Hays 1965 The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Photo: NBC Television | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain) Darlene Love is 76 (nee Darlene Wright) American Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer (He's a Rebel; Today I Met the Boy I'm Gonna Marry; Christmas [Baby Please Come Home]), actress on stage, TV & movies (Another World; Lethal Weapon), and septuagenarian senior born July 26, 1941. (Darlene Love 1966 Photo: Reprise Records | Wikimedia PD) Mick Jagger is 74 Septuagenarian English senior citizen, songwriter, & lead singer of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band the Rolling Stones (The Last Time; Satisfaction; Get Off of My Cloud;Paint It Black; Ruby Tuesday: Brown Sugar; Angie), born July 26, 1943. (Mick Jagger 1965 Photo: V. K. Hietanen | Wikimedia PD) Helen Mirren is 72 (nee Helen Mironoff) Academy, Tony, & Emmy Award-winning English actress on stage, TV (Prime Suspect), movies (The Queen; Teaching Mrs. Tingle; Gosford Park; Calendar Girls; Hitchcock; Trumbo), and septuagenarian senior citizen born July 26, 1945. (Helen Mirren 2013 Photo: Angela George | Wikimedia CC 3.0) Susan George is 67 English senior citizen, actress on TV (EastEnders) & movies (Straw Dogs; Mandingo; Out of Season; Enter the Ninja; Summer Heat; The Jigsaw Man; That Summer of White Roses), born July 26, 1950. (Susan George 2008 Photo: Ian Brown LRPS / Walsyman at English Wikipedia CC 3.0) (Photo: Chris Leipelt) Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on July 26, 2017! And remembering Jason Robards Jr. Tony, Emmy, and Academy Award-winning American actor on stage, TV (Inherit the Wind), and movies (Any Wednesday; All the President's Men; Julia; Melvin and Howard; A Thousand Clowns; Magnolia) (born July 26, 1922 - died Dec. 26, 2000; age 78). Cause of death for Jason Robards Jr. was lung cancer. (Jason Robards 1975 Photo: Florida Memory | Flickr Some rights reserved) James Best (nee Jewel Franklin Guy) American acting coach, actor on stage, TV (The Dukes of Hazzard) and movies (Air Cadet; Seven Angry Men; Hot Summer Night; Last of the Badmen; Man on the Prowl; Verboten!; Black Gold; Sounder; Ode to Billy Joe) (born July 26, 1926 - died Apr. 6, 2015; age 88). James best died of pneumonia complications. (James Best 1956 Frontier: NBC Television | Wikimedia PD) Gracie Allen American comedienne, wife of George Burns, and actress in movies (The Gracie Allen Murder Case; College Holiday; The Big Broadcast of 1937) and TV (The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show) (born July 26, 1895 - died Aug. 27, 1964; age 69). Cause of death for Gracie Allen was a heart attack. (Gracie Allen 1952 Photo: CBS Television | Wikimedia Commons / PD) Vivian Vance (nee Vivian Jones) American singer & actress on stage, TV (I Love Lucy; The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour; The Red Skelton Hour; The Lucy Show; Here's Lucy) and movies (The Great Race; The Blue Veil) (born July 26, 1909 - died Aug. 17, 1979; age 70). Cause of death for Vivian Vance was breast cancer and bone cancer. (Vivian Vance 1964 Photo: CBS-TV | Wikimedia PD) Marjorie Lord (nee Marjorie Wollenberg) American actress on stage, TV (Make Room for Daddy; Make Room for Granddaddy) and movies (Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number!; Rebel City; Stop That Cab; Masked Raiders; The Strange Mrs. Crane) (born July 26, 1918 - died Nov. 28, 2015; age 97). Marjorie Lord died of natural causes. (Marjorie Lord 1957 Make Room for Daddy Photo: CBS Television | Wikimedia PD) Bobby Hebb American soul & R&B musician, and singer-songwriter (Sunny; A Natural Man; Night Train to Memphis; Love Me; A Satisfied Mind) (born July 26, 1938 - died Aug. 3, 2010; age 72). Cause of death for Bobby Hebb was lung cancer. (Bobby Hebb 1966 Photo: Philips Records | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain) Paul Gallico American short story writer, sports columnist and author (Lou Gehrig: Pride of the Yankees), and novelist (The Snow Goose; The Poseidon Adventure; Love of Seven Dolls; Mrs. 'Arris Goes to Paris; Manxmouse) (born July 26, 1897 - died July 15, 1976; age 78). Cause of death for Paul Gallico is unknown. (Paul Gallico 1937 Photo: Carl Van Vechten | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain) Carl Jung Swiss research scientist, psychoanalyst and psychiatrist, founder of analytical psychology (Jungian analysis), Sigmund Freud peer and early collaborator, and author (born July 26, 1875 - died June 6 1961; age 85). Cause of death for Carl Jung is unknown. (Carl Jung Photo: Ortsmuseum Zollikon | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain) Aldous Huxley English philosopher, pacificist, satirist; magazine editor (Oxford Poetry), non-fiction writer (The Doors of Perception; Ends and Means), novelist (Brave New World; After Many a Summer) & screenwriter (Madame Curie; Jane Eyre) (born July 26, 1894 - died Nov. 22, 1963; age 69). Aldous Huxley died of laryngeal cancer. (Aldous Huxley 1947 Photo: LIFE Magazine | Wikimedia PD) Stanley Kubrick American photographer, screenwriter, movie producer, & director (Paths of Glory; Spartacus; Lolita; Dr. Strangelove; 2001: A Space Odyssey; A Clockwork Orange; Barry Lyndon; The Shining) (born July 26, 1928 - died Mar. 7, 1999; age 70). Stanley Kubrick died of a heart attack. (Stanley Kubrick 1949 Photo: Stanley Kubrick / Look Magazine | Wikimedia PD) Blake Edwards (nee William Blake Crump) American actor, screenwriter, producer, and director (Panhandle; This Happy Feeling; Operation Petticoat; Breakfast at Tiffany's; Days of Wine and Roses; The Pink Panther; The Great Race; Victor Victoria; Gunn; 10) (born July 26, 1922 - died Dec. 15, 2010; age 88). Cause of death for Blake Edwards was pneumonia. (Blake Edwards 1966 Photo: G. K. Austin | Wikimedia PD) Jan Berenstain (nee Janice Grant) American WWII Army Corps of Engineers draft artist, children's book writer & illustrator (The Berenstain Bears) with her husband Stan Berenstain (born July 26, 1923 - died Feb. 24, 2012; age 88). Cause of death for Jan Berenstain was a stroke.