Daniel Kehlmann Birthday, Date of Birth

Daniel Kehlmann

Daniel Kehlmann (born 13 January 1975) is a German-language novelist and playwright of both Austrian and German nationality. His novel Die Vermessung der Welt (translated into English by Carol Brown Janeway as Measuring the World, 2006) is the best-selling book in the German language since Patrick Süskind's Perfume was released in 1985. According to The New York Times, it was the world's second best-selling novel in 2006. All his subsequent novels reached the number one spot on Germany's Spiegel bestseller list and were translated into English. He collaborated with Jonathan Franzen and Paul Reitter on Franzen's 2013 book The Kraus Project. Kehlmann's play The Mentor, translated by Christopher Hampton, opened at Theatre Royal, Bath, in April 2017 starring F. Murray Abraham and transferred to the London West End in July 2017. In October 2017, his play Christmas Eve, also translated by Christopher Hampton, premiered at the Theatre Royal. His novella You Should Have Left was adapted into a movie starring Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried. Hi novel Tyll, which sold more than 600.000 copies in German alone and is due to be published in the US in February 2020, is currently being adapted into a TV series by Netflix.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Monday, January 13, 1975
Place of Birth
Munique
Age
46
Star Sign

The January 13, 1975 was a Monday under the star sign of . It was the 12 day of the year. President of the United States was Gerald R. Ford.

If you were born on this day, you are 46 years old. Your last birthday was on the Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 10 days ago. Your next birthday is on Thursday, January 13, 2022, in 354 days. You have lived for 16,812 days, or about 403,506 hours, or about 24,210,371 minutes, or about 1,452,622,271 seconds.

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13th of January 1975 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on January 13, 1975

4 Women Charge Newsday Is Biased In Hiring Practices

Date: 14 January 1975

Newsday reporters Sylvia Carter and Marilyn Goldstein, phone operator Jane McNamara and Marian Leifsen file class-action suit against Newsday in Bklyn Fed Dist Ct on Jan 13 charging that newspaper had violated civil rights of its women employes and of job applicants; suit alleges that they and all women similarly situated are discriminated against in recruitment, hiring, promotion training and job assignment; newspaper denied allegation in statement released on Jan 13, holding that in last 3 yrs 40% of those hired by paper were women

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ANDERSON DRAFTS NEW SENATE PLAN; G.O.P. Chief Seeks to Open All Committee Meetings

Date: 13 January 1975

Repub majority leadership in Sen on Jan 12 proposes opening of all Sen com meetings to gen public as well as to press (S)

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The New Ford Show: Smooth and Cool

Date: 14 January 1975

By CLIFTON DANIEL Special to The New York Times

Clifton Special

Clifton Daniel comments on Pres Ford as TV performer in Jan 13 televised speech on econ; describes rehearsals; says result was something different in Presidential TV appearances; cites view of TV professional: reasonably well produced commercial for something sponsor had to sell, in this case, an econ program for nation; Ford illus gesturing during TV speech (M)

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How the Ford Policies Changed In 5 Months of Deepening Crisis

Date: 14 January 1975

By PHILIP SHABECOFF Special to The New York Times

Philip Special

Pres Ford's call for substantial income tax cut to stimulate econ bears little resemblance to his proposals before and for several mos after he moved into White House (S)

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day

Date: 14 January 1975

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Notes on People; Betty Ford Is 'Fine'; Lab Tests Confirm It

Date: 14 January 1975

Rocky Mt News names Michael B Howard editor

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day International National Metropolitan

Date: 13 January 1975

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day International National Metropolitan

Date: 13 January 1975

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Sports News Briefs; Von Tangen Wins Ski Jumping St. John's First in Track Meet Lejus, Ex-Soviet Net Star, Jailed

Date: 13 January 1975

Lejus, Tomas (Mrs): USSR former top tennis player Tomas Lejus convicted and imprisoned in Tallinn, Estonia, for murder of wife (S)

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Sports News Briefs; Steeplechase Group Meets Friday Perreault to Be Out 6 Weeks Court Rejects Namath's Suit Track Aide's License to Be Revoked Bill Corum Dinner Slated Saturday

Date: 14 January 1975

Natl Steeplechase and Hunt Assn to hold meeting on Jan 17, Washington, DC; orgn pres Randolph Rouse comments (S)

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