History Quiz / Missing Word: Famous People Born in July

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Can you provide the missing names for these famous people born in July? There is one person for each day.

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1st (1961)_____, Princess of Wales, was known for marrying Charles, Prince of Wales, in 1981
2nd (1995)Known for her album 'Safe Haven' and her song 'Lost Boy', ____ B. is a well-known Canadian singer
3rd (1962)Tom ______ is known for being in the movies 'Top Gun' and 'A Few Good Men', among many others
4th (1872)The 30th president of the United States was ______ Coolidge
5th (1810)P.T. ______ and James A. Bailey established a famous traveling circus that would last for 146 years
6th (1907)Known for her many portraits, _____ Kahlo was a Mexican painter
7th (1940)In the band 'The Beatles', Ringo _____ primarily acted as the drummer
8th (1839)The richest person in modern history is ____ D. Rockefeller, who founded the Standard Oil Company
9th (1956)Starring in 'Cast Away', 'Saving Private Ryan', and 'Toy Story', ___ Hanks is a very famous actor
10th (1856)The radio, the shadowgraph, and the induction motor were three famous inventions made by Nikola _____
11th (1996)Alessia ____ is known for her songs such as 'Scars to Your Beautiful' and 'Growing Pains'
12th (1972)The current CEO of Google is ______ Pichai
13th (100 BC)Despite Julius ______ greatly expanding the Roman Empire, he was stabbed to death by various Romans
14th (1913)______ Ford was the 38th president of the United States
15th (1976)Born in Germany, Diane ______ is a fashion model and an actress in many movies, such as 'National Treasure'
16th (1862)Ida B. _____ was an African American journalist and abolitionist who led an anti-lynching movement
17th (1976)'Drink a Beer' and 'Most People are Good' are both sung by the country singer Luke _____
18th (1918)Nelson _______ was the first black president of South Africa and was an anti-apartheid revolutionary
19th (1814)______ Colt made the mass production of revolvers doable; he was also one of the first to use the assembly line
20th (356 BC)Creating one of the largest empires ever, _________ the Great was the king of Macedonia from 336-323 BC
21st (1899)'For Whom the Bell Tolls' and 'A Farewell to Arms' were two books written by Ernest _________
22nd (1940)'Jeopardy!' has been hosted by Alex ______ for the last 36 years
23rd (1989)In the 'Harry Potter' film series, Harry Potter was acted by ______ Radcliffe
24th (1897)The first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean was Amelia _______
25th (1920)Rosalind ________ played a role in the discovery of the structure of DNA
26th (1943)The leading singer of the band 'The Rolling Stones' is ____ Jagger
27th (1975)Nicknamed 'A-Rod', Alex _________ played 22 seasons in the MLB as a shortstop and a third baseman
28th (1993)_____ Kane plays as a striker for the Premier League club 'Tottenham Hotspur'
29th (1883)______ Mussolini was an Italian dictator who founded the Fascist party
30th (1863)Known for making vehicles much cheaper to produce than before, Henry ____ started a car company in his name
31st (1965)The 'Harry Potter' book series was written by J.K. _______

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