Franka Potente Birthday, Date of Birth

Franka Potente

Franka Potente (German: [fʁaŋka po.ˈtɛn.tə] (listen); born 22 July 1974) is a German actress. She first appeared in the comedy film After Five in the Forest Primeval (1995), for which she won a Bavarian Film Award for Best Young Actress. Her breakthrough came in 1998, when she portrayed the titular role in the acclaimed action thriller Run Lola Run, for which she won a BAMBI Award for Best Actress. She received further critical acclaim and a Bavarian Television Award nomination for her performance in the television film Opernball (also 1998).

After half a decade of well-received roles in German productions, Potente made the transition into Hollywood with her role in the biographical crime film Blow (2001), and achieved wider recognition for her appearances in The Bourne Identity (2002) and The Bourne Supremacy (2004). She portrayed communist revolutionary Tamara Bunke in Che (2008), and psychologist Anita Gregory in The Conjuring 2 (2016). Her other notable films include Anatomy (2000), The Princess and the Warrior (2000), Creep (2004), Romulus, My Father (2007), Eichmann (2007), and Muse (2017).

Potente has starred in the television series Copper (2012–2013), Taboo (2017) and currently, Claws. She also played recurring roles in the second seasons of American Horror Story (2012) and The Bridge (2014).

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Monday, July 22, 1974
Place of Birth
Münster
Age
47
Star Sign

The July 22, 1974 was a Monday under the star sign of . It was the 202 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 47 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, July 22, 2021, 2 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, July 22, 2022, in 362 days. You have lived for 17,169 days, or about 412,058 hours, or about 24,723,508 minutes, or about 1,483,410,530 seconds.

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22nd of July 1974 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on July 22, 1974

Newsmen Held Captive In a 'Crazy-Quilt' War

Date: 23 July 1974

By TERENCE SMITHSpecial to The New York Times

article describes 'misadventures' of 3 US news correspondents, Terence Smith (NY Times), Holger Jensen (AP) and Nicholas Proffitt (Newsweek), who inadvertently crossed front lines from Greek to Turkish side in closing hrs of Cypriote war (M)

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Judge Gesell Voids One of Four Counts Against Ehrlichman; EHRLICHMAN FREE OF A FELONY COUNT Sought Ellsberg Material

Date: 23 July 1974

By WARREN WEAVER Jr.Special to The New York Times

Warren WEAVER

Fed Dist Judge Gerhard Gesell on July 22 acquits John D Ehrlichman of 1 of 4 felony counts on which he had been convicted in connection with Ellsberg break-in; count involved making false statements to FBI; Gesell refuses to set aside Ehrlichman's conviction on 2 counts of perjury and 1 of violating citizen's civil rights; as result of acquittal, maximum jail term to which Ehrlichman could be sentenced is reduced from 25 to 20 yrs and maximum fine from $40,000 to $30,000; Gesell has scheduled sentencing for July 31; denies motion by G Gordon Liddy that his conviction for conspiring to violate civil rights of Dr Lewis J Fielding be set aside as not supported by evidence; concludes that Cong had not intended ban on making false statements to Govt agency to apply to FBI ints at which witness testifies voluntarily, without either oath or verbatim transcript; explains that he had been reluctant to dismiss single count before case went to jury for fear that jurors might interpret such action as indicating that remaining charges had been successfully proven in eyes of ct; notes that under '72 Sup Ct ruling statement that was incomplete or deceptive but literally true would not constitute violation of Fed law but without transcript it would be impossible to raise such defense; Liddy's atty had argued that prosecution had failed to prove that no legal search warrant had been obtained in support of raid on Fielding's office (M)

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Doar Argument Cites Ehrlichman Notes; The Target Was Ellsberg

Date: 23 July 1974

By SEYMOUR M. HERSHSpecial to The New York Times

John D Ehrlichman's personal White House notes, quoted by HR Judiciary Com special counsel John M Doar, show that Pres Nixon discussed setting up 'nonlegal' White House investigations unit 3 wks after Pentagon papers were published in NY Times in June, '71; show that Nixon declared during high-level staff meeting on July 1, '71, that 'espionage' was 'not involved in the Ellsberg case'; Ehrlichman notes are part of 17 final sections of Summary of Information presented by Doar to com on July 19; Doar, in summary of impeachment evidence, concludes that Ehrlichman notes confirm that Nixon viewed prosecution of Ellsberg not principally as natl security matter, but with view toward gaining public relations and pol advantage; notes provide 1st known evidence since Watergate that Nixon was aware of precarious legal standing of plumbers unit; Doar repts that Ehrlichman's notes show that Sec of Defense Melvin Laird told White House 10 days after intial publication of Pentagon papers that 98% of documents could have been declassified; notes show that during July 1 meeting Nixon urged him to 'leak stuff out-this is the way to win'; Nixon, 5 days later during White House meeting, is quoted by Ehrlichman as saying Pentagon papers case 'must be tried in the papers. Get conspiracy smoked out thru the papers'

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The Kissinger Affair

Date: 23 July 1974

By William V. Shannon

William Shannon

W V Shannon discusses background of present investigation by Sen Foreign Relations Com into State Sec H A Kissinger's involvement in wiretapping of 17 Govt officials and newsmen between '69 and '71; holds what is in dispute is whether this wiretapping was designed to shut off natl security 'leaks' as Pres Nixon and Kissinger contend or whether it was primarily a program of domestic pol spying; notes contradictory statements by Nixon and Kissinger on effectiveness of taps in discovering 'leakers'; discusses questions raised by wiretapping about dem process

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Live TV to Cover Inquiry Voted by House and Panel; Widespread Backing Broadcast Plans

Date: 23 July 1974

By RICHARD L. MADDENSpecial to The New York Times

Richard MADDENSpecial

HR votes, 346-40, and HR Judiciary Com votes, 31-7, to permit live TV and radio coverage of com's final impeachment inquiry sessions; still unresolved is whether live broadcast coverage will be permitted when impeachment debate begins on HR floor; com Chmn Repr P W Rodino Jr and Repr R McClory laud votes; com plans to begin with 10 hrs of gen debate with com members limited to 15 mins each; Rodino says he plans to follow this with another 20 hrs of debate on possible articles of impeachment, which would give members another 30 mins each; com rejects, 29-8, amendment by Repr J F Seiberling that could have restricted use of extra lights installed in ceiling of com's room during live broadcasts; Repr W Owens comments (M)

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NEWS INDEX

Date: 23 July 1974

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Date: 22 July 1974

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Date: 22 July 1974

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Date: 23 July 1974

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Radio; Talks, Sports, Events News Broadcasts.

Date: 22 July 1974

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