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septuagenarian is a person in the age group of 70 to 79 years old. A septuagenarian of today is born between February 13, 1925 and February 13, 1935.
List of septuagenarians
1926 Chuck Berry, rock-and-roll musician Mel Brooks, actor, screenwriter, director Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom Fidel Castro, Cuban dictator Alan Greenspan, stock market guru Hugh Hefner, founder of Playboy Norman Jewison, film director Jerry Lewis, comedian, actor, producer, director Leslie Nielsen, actor Don Rickles, actor, comedian Sathya Sai Baba, guru Jiang Zemin
1928 Maya Angelou, poet laureate Dr. Joyce Brothers, popular psychologist Noam Chomsky, linguist and anti-war activist Vic Damone, singer James Garner, actor Jack Kevorkian, euthanasia assistant Jean Le Pen, French right-wing politician Marion Ross, actress Ariel Sharon, Prime Minister of Israel Shirley Temple, child actress
1930 Buzz Aldrin, astronaut Neil Armstrong, astronaut Warren Buffett, American billionaire Sean Connery, Scottish actor, famous for playing "James Bond" Sandra Day O'Connor, justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Clint Eastwood, actor, director, producer Gene Hackman, actor Helmut Kohl, German chancellor Ross Perot, U.S. politician, businessman Stephen Sondheim, composer Rod Taylor, actor Robert Wagner, actor
1931 Anne Bancroft, actress Robert Duvall, actor Mikhail Gorbachev Tippi Hedren, actress Dean Jones, actor James Earl Jones, voice actor Abdul Kalam, President of India Martin Landau, actor Rupert Murdoch Leonard Nimoy, actor, director Regis Philbin, host of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire William Shatner, American actor Rip Torn, actor Ike Turner, musician Desmond Tutu, bishop, Nobel peace laureate and icon of African freedom Barbara Walters, news anchor Tom Wolfe, author Boris Yeltsin, first President of Russia
1932 Jacques Chirac, President of France Petula Clark, popular musician ("Downtown") Ted Kennedy, American politician Piper Laurie, actress Little Richard, rock-and-roll singer Peter O'Toole, Irish actor, star of Lawrence of Arabia Debbie Reynolds, actress, singer Donald Rumsfeld, U.S. Secretary of Defence since 2001 Omar Sharif, actor Roy Scheider, actor Elizabeth Taylor, U.S. actress John Williams, composer
1933 Robert Blake, actor Carol Burnett, comedian Michael Caine, British actor Joan Collins, British actress Dom DeLuise, actor Jerry Falwell, leader of the religious right Larry King, talk show host Willie Nelson, country singer, guitarist Kim Novak, actress Yoko Ono, widow of John Lennon Joan Rivers, comedian Gene Wilder, actor
1934 Hank Aaron, baseball player Giorgio Armani, fashion designer Brigitte Bardot, actress, model Pat Boone, 1950s popular musician Willie Brown, mayor of San Francisco Eugene Cernan, astronaut Leonard Cohen, singer-songwriter Judi Dench, British actress Barbara Eden, actress Orrin Hatch, U.S. senator Shirley Jones, actress Sophia Loren, actress Shirley MacLaine, actress Charles Manson, serial killer Ralph Nader, consumer advocate Sydney Pollack, actor, producer, director Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr., military leader and strategist Gloria Steinem, feminist
See also: Senescence
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The Septuagenarian, a cheat if there ever was one, held on to the tiller by folding both of his arms over it, trying to keep the hands free for pulling in the foresheet slack.
In the case of the Septuagenarian it was all bunk, of course.
I was waiting for the Septuagenarian and his refugee, she had stayed in her friend's summer-house on Gotland and was about to board the mainland ferry.
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