Famous Birthdays On 15 November

John Roberts (1956-)

John Roberts is a renowned journalist who currently serves as the chief White House correspondent for the Fox News Channel. He has played a predominant role in the television news industry and has worked for various television channels and radio stations. Prior to joining Fox News, he was an anchor and senior national correspondent at CNN. He has also worked at CTV and CBS News. In 2009, he was inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame. Roberts has done some exceptional live coverage of many social, political, environment happenings like the Presidential debates, Democratic and Republican national conventions, Hurricane Irene, and many more.


Shailene Woodley (1991-)

Shailene Woodley is an American actor and activist. She became popular with her role ‘Alexandra ‘Alex’ King,’ a teenager suffering from drug addiction, in ‘The Descendants.’ After her praiseworthy performance in ‘The Descendants,’ she came up with several other performances that displayed her ability to portray challenging roles effortlessly. Shailene went on to secure a prominent place in the film industry early in her career which is an achievement in itself. Starting her career by appearing in commercials and television series, she went on to play prominent roles in Hollywood films. Thanks to her acting skills, she has won many awards, including ‘MTV Movie Awards,’ ‘People’s Choice Awards,’ and ‘Teen Choice Awards.’

Jeffree Star (1985-)

Jeffree Star in all his eccentricities has been taking the glam world by storm, with his music and beauty-centric videos. Donning hot-pink hair and heavily-done eye makeup, Jeffree’s electrifying persona is what’s been the talk of the town for quite some time now! From working as a beauty guru to now using social media as his stage to showcase everything that he is passionate about, Star needs no validation to prove his worth as an artiste! This pop singer has also been in the spotlight for songs that go in the opposite direction when it comes to clichés and gender-stereotypes. Not just that, Star’s self-titled YouTube channel has over 3.7 million subscribers going total bonkers over his unabashed enthusiasm for makeup and fashion.

Randy Savage (1952-2011)

Randy Savage was a well-known American professional wrestler, who was better known as “Macho Man.” He was initially called “The Spider” and later went by the ring name of “Randy Savage,” on the recommendation of his trainer, Terry Stephens. His father, who was a professional wrestler, too, started the ‘International Championship Wrestling’ (ICW) promotion, based in Lexington, Kentucky, to prepare Randy and his younger brother, Lanny, for a wrestling career. He appeared on ‘Tuesday Night Titans’ and made his pay-per-view debut at ‘The Wrestling Classic,’ in which he defeated The Dragon and Dynamite Kid, to lose to Junkyard Dog in the finals.


Erwin Rommel (1891-1944)

Erwin Rommel, better known as ‘The Desert Fox’, was a German Army general who served in World War I and World War II. He served under Hitler and was one of the Fürher’s most trusted and appreciated men. His tactics and sneaky but precise attacks on the enemy and his command of the tanks had earned him the title of ‘Der Wüstenfuchs’ or ‘The Desert Fox’. He is often described as an artist in his own right with the tank as his medium. He was implicated in a plot to kill Hitler, which he apparently was unaware of. Given a choice between defamation, which would lead to a painful death or taking the cyanide pill, Rommel chose the latter.

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