#571 Tom Cruise / Thomas Gibson – 03 July 1962

Tom Cruise

Thomas Cruise Mapother IV (born July 3, 1962), widely known as Tom Cruise, is an American film actor and producer. He has been nominated for three Academy Awards and has won three Golden Globe Awards for the same movies:Born on the Fourth of July (1989), Jerry Maguire (1996), Magnolia (1999). Cruise’s first appearance in a major film was in 1981’s Taps. His first leading role was in the film Risky Business, released in August 1983. Cruise played the role of a heroic naval pilot in the popular and successful 1986 film Top Gun, and also secret agent Ethan Hunt in the series of Mission: Impossible action films.

Thomas Gibson

Thomas Ellis Gibson (born July 3, 1962) is an American actor. His best known roles include Daniel Nyland on CBS’s Chicago Hope, Greg Montgomery on ABC’s Dharma & Greg, and Aaron Hotchner on CBS’s Criminal Minds.


Also born on this day:
Roy Beggs, Jr. MLA is a Northern Ireland Unionist politician.
Philippe Verneret is a French former alpine skier.
Sergey Karamchakov was a Russian wrestler.
Peer Posipal is a retired German footballer.
David Jones is a retired English footballer.
Dale Dickson is a former Australian rules footballer.
Marion Hume is a British fashion journalist.
Heidi Greni is a Norwegian politician for the Centre Party.
Hunter Tylo is an American actress , author and former model.
Charlie Sitton is a retired American basketball player.
Hugh Page is a former South African first class cricketer.
Deborah Duchêne is a film , television , and stage actress.

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