Stephen Hendry Birthday, Date of Birth

Stephen Hendry

Stephen Gordon Hendry (born 13 January 1969) is a Scottish former professional snooker player and current commentator for the BBC and ITV. One of the most successful players in the history of snooker, he has won snooker’s most prestigious tournament, the World Snooker Championship, a record seven times and holds the record for most seasons as world number one (9). His first world title in 1990, at the age of 21, made him the youngest-ever World Champion, a record that he still holds.

Hendry also won six Masters titles (including five consecutively), and five UK Championship titles. His total of 18 Triple Crown tournament wins is surpassed only by O'Sullivan's 19. One of only three players to have won all three Triple Crown events in a single season, Hendry is the only player to have achieved the feat twice, in the 1989/1990 and 1995/1996 seasons. A prolific break builder, he recorded a total of 775 career century breaks, and made 11 officially-recognised maximum breaks in professional competition.

He was awarded an MBE in 1994, and voted BBC Scotland's Sports Personality of the Year in 1987 and 1996. In May 2012, after featuring in his 27th consecutive World Championship, he announced his retirement from the game, bringing to an end his record 23 consecutive seasons in the top 16 of the world rankings.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Monday, January 13, 1969
Place of Birth
Queensferry
Age
52
Star Sign

The January 13, 1969 was a Monday under the star sign of . It was the 12 day of the year. President of the United States was Lyndon B. Johnson.

If you were born on this day, you are 52 years old. Your last birthday was on the Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 12 days ago. Your next birthday is on Thursday, January 13, 2022, in 352 days. You have lived for 19,005 days, or about 456,122 hours, or about 27,367,324 minutes, or about 1,642,039,493 seconds.

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13th of January 1969 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on January 13, 1969

COPIES OF 2 PAPERS BARRED BY PANAMA

Date: 14 January 1969

Special to The New York Times

Govt bans issues of NY Times and Miami Herald

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Censorship in Panama

Date: 13 January 1969

ARNULFO ARIAS

Arnulfo ARIAS

Ex-Pres Arias lr scores failure of Jan 4 (26:1) ed on Latin-Amer censorship to discuss censorship in Panama

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NO PROGRESS SEEN IN A.P. NEGOTIATIONS

Date: 14 January 1969

arbitrator orders ANG members to resume handling AP copy at News

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BIG BOARD PRICES CONTINUE TO DROP; Declines Outpace Advances by a Ratio of 3-to-1 as Most Averages Falter DOW DIPS 2.42 POINTS Aluminum Stocks Counter Trend and Move Ahead -- Volume Retreats BIG BOARD PRICES CONTINUE TO DROP

Date: 14 January 1969

By VARTANIG G. VARTAN

Vartanig VARTAN

Minn Enterprises ends talks on buying controlling interest

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A New Crisis for de Gaulle Over Anti-Israeli Moves

Date: 14 January 1969

By HENRY TANNERSpecial to The New York Times

French officials fear Amer pub opinion will react sharply against de Gaulle following his embargo of arms to Israel

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ROBERT A. DILLON, 61, FEDERAL NEWS AIDE

Date: 13 January 1969

Special to The New York Times

Dillon, Robert A

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Transcript of Ginsberg's News Conference on Human Resources Administration

Date: 13 January 1969

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3 PENTAGON AIDES RETAINED BY LAIRD; He Indicates He Is Wary of Soviet Arms Talks Unless Success Seems Likely Laird Keeps 3 Pentagon Aides in Filling 7 Posts

Date: 14 January 1969

By WILLIAM BEECHERSpecial to The New York Times

Retained in Defense Dept post by Nixon Adm; illus

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TV Stations to Carry Johnson Talk Tonight

Date: 14 January 1969

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Russians Get on List

Date: 13 January 1969

17,000 people in Moscow sign waiting list for Fiats

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