Altaf Hussain (Urdu: الطاف حسین), the leader of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, the third largest political party in Pakistan, and the second largest in Sindh] province
Luís Filipe Marques Amado (born September 17 1953), the current Minister of Foreign Affairs of Portugal in the government led by the Socialist Party
Joseph Bowie (born September 17 1953 in St Louis, Missouri), the American bandleader, trombonist, and founder of the seminal jazz fusion band, Defunkt
Dr. Lale Akgün (born September 17, 1953 in Istanbul, Turkey), the German politician and member of the SPD
Josefina Benedetti, the Venezuelan-American composer, musicologist and choral director
Rita Rudner (born on 17 September 1956 in Miami, Florida), the American comedienne and writer
Tamasin Day-Lewis (1954 to present), the British television chef, daughter of the poet Cecil Day-Lewis and sister of the actor Daniel Day-Lewis
Junior Bridgeman, the basketball player
Toshio Maeda, the erotic manga artist who was most prolific in the 80s and 90s
Salwa Al Katrib or Salwa Al Qatrib, Salwa Katrib (17 September 1949 – 2 March 2009), the Lebanese singer best known for her roles in Emerald Princess and Mountain Girl (Bent Al Jabal)
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