Share Share Share September 17, 2017 September Birthdays Happy September 17th Birthday! If you were born on September 17, you share a birthday with these famous people: Stirling Moss is 88 Octogenarian English senior citizen, International Motorsports Hall of Fame retired Formula One race car driver, winner of the 1955 Aintree British Grand Prix and Italy's Mille Miglia 1000 mile road race, born September 17, 1929. (Stirling Moss 1958 Photo: SAS Scandinavian Airlines | Wikimedia PD) Pat Crowley is 84 American TV & movie actress (A Date With Judy; Please Don't Eat the Daisies; Generations; Port Charles; Joe Forrester; Dynasty; Forever Female; Hollywood or Bust; The Square Jungle; Key Witness), and octogenarian born September 17, 1933. (Pat Crowley 1955 The Square Jungle Trailer Screenshot) Lamonte McLemore is 78 American senior citizen, singer and founding member of The 5th Dimension (Up, Up and Away; One Less Bell to Answer; Wedding Bell Blues; Medley: Aquarius / Let the Sunshine In), born September 17, 1939. (Lamonte McLemore 1971 5th Dimension Photo: Wikimedia PD) Phil Jackson is 72 Retired American Basketball Hall of Fame NBA player (New York Knicks), 1996 NBA coach of the Year (Chicago Bulls; Los Angeles Lakers), New York Knicks President (2014-2017, and septuagenarian senior citizen born September 17, 1945. (Phil Jackson c. 1968 Photo: Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain) Elvira is 66 (nee Cassandra Peterson) American senior citizen, actress and hostess on TV (Movie Macabre; The Elvira Show; Elvira's Movie Macabre) and in movies (The Sting II; Balboa; Elvira: Mistress of the Dark) born September 17, 1951. (Elvira 2006 Photo: Owen Byrne | Flickr Some rights reserved) (Photo: Unknown) Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on September 17, 2017! And remembering Roddy McDowall (nee Roderick Andrew Anthony Jude McDowall) English-American radio, stage, TV & movie actor (How Green Was My Valley; My Friend Flicka; Lassie Come Home; Cleopatra; Kidnapped; Midnight Lace; Lord Love a Duck; Planet of the Apes films) (born Sept. 17, 1928 - died Oct. 3, 1998; age 70). Cause of death for Roddy McDowall was lung cancer. (Roddy McDowall c. 1960-1963 Photo: Friedman-Abeles | Wikimedia PD) Anne Bancroft (nee Anna Maria Louisa Italiano) Academy Award-winning American actress on stage, TV, and in movies (The Graduate; The Miracle Worker; The Turning Point; Silent Movie; Agnes of God; The Elephant Man; How to Make an American Quilt) (born Sept. 17, 1931 - died June 6, 2005; age 73). Anne Bancroft died of uterine cancer. (Anne Bancroft 1952 Don't Bother to Knock Photo: Wikimedia PD) Robert B. Parker American mystery author, creator of the fictional characters Jesse Stone (Night Passage; Split Image) and Spenser (Chasing the Bear; The Professional), both of which were made into TV movies or series (Spenser: For Hire) (born Sept. 17, 1932 - died Jan. 18, 2010; age 77). Robert B. Parker died of a heart attack. (Robert B. Parker 2006 Photo: Manchester City Library | Flickr SRR) Dolores Costello American actress on stage, in silent movies (The Magnificent Ambersons; The Sea Beast; King of the Turf; Yours for the Asking; Little Lord Fauntleroy; Noah's Ark; Glorious Betsy; The Third Degree) (born Sept. 17, 1903 - died Mar. 1, 1979; age 75). Cause of death for Dolores Costello was emphysema. (Dolores Costello 1931 Expensive Women Trailer Screenshot) Dorothy Loudon Tony Award-winning American singer and actress on stage (Annie), TV (It's A Business; The Garry Moore Show; Dorothy; All My Children) movies (Garbo Talks; Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil) (born Sept. 17, 1925 - died Nov. 15, 2003; age 78). Cause of death for Dorothy Loudon was cancer. (Dorothy Loudon 1959 Laugh Line Photo: NBC Television | Wikimedia PD) David Huddleston American actor in movies (Blazing Saddles; The Klansman; Breakheart Pass; Crime Busters; Capricorn One; Santa Claus: The Movie) and on TV (Petrocelli; Hizzonner; How the West Was Won; The Kallikaks) (born Sept. 17, 1930 - died Aug. 2, 2016; age 85). David Huddleston died of kidney disease and heart disease. (David Huddleston 1977 The Kallikaks Press Photo) Mary Stewart (nee Mary Florence Elinor Rainbow) English author of romantic suspense (Touch Not The Cat; The Moon-Spinners; Nine Coaches Waiting; My Brother Michael; This Rough Magic), and historical fantasy novelist (The Crystal Cave; The Hollow Hills) (born Sept. 17, 1916 - died May 9, 2014; age 97). Cause of death for Mary Stewart is unknown. Ken Kesey American short story writer, essayist, novelist (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; Sometimes a Great Notion) and University of Oregon professor (born Sept. 17, 1935 - died Nov. 10, 2001; age 66). Cause of death for Ken Keskey was complications from a liver tumor operation.