John John Florence, American surfer (American surfer, 18.10.1992.)

Tyler Posey, American actor (American actor, 18.10.1991.)

Roly Bonevacia, Dutch footballer (Dutch footballer, 18.10.1991.)

Carly Schroeder, American actress (American actress, 18.10.1990.)

Bristol Palin, American author (American author, 18.10.1990.)

Joy Lauren, American actress (American actress, 18.10.1989.)

Freja Beha Erichsen, Danish model (Danish model, 18.10.1987.)

Zac Efron, American actor and singer (American actor and singer, 18.10.1987.)

Wilma Elles, German actress (German actress, 18.10.1986.)

Andrew Garcia, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (American singer-songwriter and guitarist, 18.10.1985.)


Bill Young, American sergeant and politician (b. 1930) (American sergeant and politician , 18.10.2013.)

Allan Stanley, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (b. 1926) (Canadian ice hockey player and coach , 18.10.2013.)

Bum Phillips, American football player and coach (b. 1923) (American football player and coach , 18.10.2013.)

Roland Janes, American guitarist and producer (b. 1933) (American guitarist and producer , 18.10.2013.)

Tom Foley, American lawyer and politician, 57th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (b. 1929) (American lawyer and politician, 57th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives , 18.10.2013.)

Felix Dexter, Caribbean-English comedian and actor (b. 1961) (Caribbean-English comedian and actor , 18.10.2013.)

Mary Carver, American actress (b. 1924) (American actress , 18.10.2013.)

Ravuri Bharadhwaja, Indian author, poet, and critic (b. 1927) (Indian author, poet, and critic , 18.10.2013.)

Francisco Rafael Arellano FĂ©lix, Mexican drug lord (b. 1949) (Mexican drug lord , 18.10.2013.)

David S. Ware, American saxophonist and composer (b. 1949) (American saxophonist and composer , 18.10.2012.)


Karachi bombings: A suicide attack on a motorcade carrying former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto kills 139 and wounds 450 more. Bhutto herself is not injured. (18.10.2007.)

Myanmar prime minister Khin Nyunt is ousted and placed under house arrest by the State Peace and Development Council on charges of corruption. (18.10.2004.)

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