Those born on this date are under the sign of Aries. They include British anti-government conspirator Guy Fawkes in 1570. Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States, in 1743. Frank Woolworth, founder of the five-and-dime stores, in 1852. outlaw Butch Cassidy in 1866. Alfred Butts, inventor of the game Scrabble, in 1899. Irish playwright Samuel Beckett in 1906. Harold Stassen, former Minnesota governor who unsuccessfully sought the Republican presidential nomination seven times, in 1907. author Eudora Welty in 1909. actor/singer Howard Keel in 1919. atheist Madalyn Murray O’Hair in 1919. actor Don Adams in 1923. actor Lyle Waggoner in 1935 (age 82). actor Paul Sorvino in 1939 (age 78). composer Bill Conti in 1942 (age 75). actor Tony Dow (Wally on Leave It To Beaver) in 1945 (age 72). singer Al Green in 1946 (age 71). actor Ron Perlman in 1950 (age 67). singer Peabo Bryson in 1951 (age 66). author/critic Christopher Hitchens in 1949. Max Weinberg, band leader/Bruce Springsteen drummer, in 1951 (age 66). chess champion Garry Kasparov in 1963 (age 54). and actor Rick Schroder in 1970 (age 47).