Ricardo Montalbán Birthday, Date of Birth

Ricardo Montalbán

Ricardo Gonzalo Pedro Montalbán y Merino, KSG (; Spanish pronunciation: [montalˈβan]; 25 November 1920 – 14 January 2009) was a Mexican film and television actor. Born in Mexico, Montalbán's career spanned seven decades, during which he became known for performances in a variety of genres, from crime and drama to musicals and comedy.

Among his better-known roles, he portrayed Armando in the Planet of the Apes film series from the early 1970s, starring in both Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971) and Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972). As the villain Khan Noonien Singh, a genetically enhanced human, he starred in both the original Star Trek television series (1967) and the film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982).

Ricardo Montalbán played Mr. Roarke on the television series Fantasy Island (1977–1984). He won an Emmy Award for his role in the miniseries How the West Was Won (1978), and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild in 1993.

Montalbán was professionally active into his 80s, when he provided voices for animated films and commercials, and appeared as Grandfather Valentin in the Spy Kids franchise. During the 1970s and 1980s, he was a spokesman in automobile advertisements for Chrysler, including those in which he extolled the "rich Corinthian leather" used for the Cordoba's interior.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Thursday, November 25, 1920
Place of Birth
Torreón
Age
101
Star Sign

The November 25, 1920 was a Thursday under the star sign of . It was the 329 day of the year. President of the United States was Woodrow Wilson.

If you were born on this day, you are 101 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, November 25, 2021, 4 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, November 25, 2022, in 360 days. You have lived for 36,894 days, or about 885,464 hours, or about 53,127,853 minutes, or about seconds.

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News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 25, 1920

EGYPTIAN BUSINESS CRISIS.; Continued Fall In Cotton Prices Has Caused Demoralization.

Date: 26 November 1920

decline has caused business crisis in Egypt

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5,000 IRISH IN BRITISH FLAG RIOT IN 5th AV: M'SWINEY MOURNERS FROM ST. PATRICK'S SMASH FIVE WINDOWS OF THE UNION CLUB; MOB IS LED BY WOMEN Enraged by Emblem Flying from Building Opposite the Cathedral.300 POLICE CALLED OUTInvasion of Clubhouse and FightWith Members Followed byGeneral Attack.PRIEST PLEADS IN VAINDemand to Haul Down Flag,Hoisted for Pilgrim' Anniversary, Refused. Call Sent for More Police. Refused to Haul Down Flag. Say They Will Keep Flag Up. The Beginning of It. Gather in Front of Club House. Flag Hissed by Marchers. Fight in Clubhouse. Flag Is Restored. Appeal from Mgr. Lavelle. Mob Melts Away. Names of Bondsmen Withheld.

Date: 26 November 1920

5,000 riot when MacSwiney mourners who come out of St Patrick's Cathedral tear down British flag from Union Club

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CORNELL NO MATCH FOR PENNSYLVANIA; Heavy Ithacan Eleven, Wallowing Helplessly in the Mud,Cannot Halt Quakers.THE FINAL SCORE IS 28 TO 0Heisman Shift and Aerial Gama Factors In Victory--Cornell GetsPast Midfield but Once.

Date: 26 November 1920

Special to The New York Times

Leslie, Jack, vs Ward

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OVATIONS AND DELETIONS.

Date: 26 November 1920

ed, Ovations and deletions, on welcome to Princes and on news censorship

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HOLY CROSS CALLS OFF FORDHAM GAME; Light Snowfall Prompts Action Which Highly Displeases Maroon Players.

Date: 26 November 1920

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WHEAT BREAKS AGAIN.; Heavy Selling Causes Prices to Decrease 7 to 9 Cents.

Date: 25 November 1920

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TROTZKY REVEALED BY WOMAN ARTIST WHO SCULPED HIM; "The Wolf," Who Seems to Her More a "Mephisto," Threatens Her if She Writes III of Him. INVITES HER TO THE FRONT Quarrels With Her Taste in Poetry, Talks of His Adventures and of the Western Powers. FRANCE IS "JUST A WOMAN" "Nolsy and Hysterical," but England, "That Is Different Altogether"--A Midnight Cau tion Not to Reveal Him.

Date: 25 November 1920

Copyright, 1920, by The New York Times Company. Copyright in Canada. Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

conversation with Trotzky, who posed for her

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Obituary 1 -- No Title

Date: 25 November 1920

death

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Constantine Defies France, Buys Trunks for His Trip

Date: 25 November 1920

Copyright, 1920, by the Chicago Tribune Co. Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

buys 6 trunks for trip to Greece

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FINANCIAL MARKETS; Irregular Weakness in Stocks-- Foreign Exchange Lower; Call Money 6 Per Cent.

Date: 25 November 1920

Full Article

EGYPTIAN BUSINESS CRISIS.; Continued Fall In Cotton Prices Has Caused Demoralization.

Date: 26 November 1920

decline has caused business crisis in Egypt

Full Article

5,000 IRISH IN BRITISH FLAG RIOT IN 5th AV: M'SWINEY MOURNERS FROM ST. PATRICK'S SMASH FIVE WINDOWS OF THE UNION CLUB; MOB IS LED BY WOMEN Enraged by Emblem Flying from Building Opposite the Cathedral.300 POLICE CALLED OUTInvasion of Clubhouse and FightWith Members Followed byGeneral Attack.PRIEST PLEADS IN VAINDemand to Haul Down Flag,Hoisted for Pilgrim' Anniversary, Refused. Call Sent for More Police. Refused to Haul Down Flag. Say They Will Keep Flag Up. The Beginning of It. Gather in Front of Club House. Flag Hissed by Marchers. Fight in Clubhouse. Flag Is Restored. Appeal from Mgr. Lavelle. Mob Melts Away. Names of Bondsmen Withheld.

Date: 26 November 1920

5,000 riot when MacSwiney mourners who come out of St Patrick's Cathedral tear down British flag from Union Club

Full Article

CORNELL NO MATCH FOR PENNSYLVANIA; Heavy Ithacan Eleven, Wallowing Helplessly in the Mud,Cannot Halt Quakers.THE FINAL SCORE IS 28 TO 0Heisman Shift and Aerial Gama Factors In Victory--Cornell GetsPast Midfield but Once.

Date: 26 November 1920

Special to The New York Times

Leslie, Jack, vs Ward

Full Article

OVATIONS AND DELETIONS.

Date: 26 November 1920

ed, Ovations and deletions, on welcome to Princes and on news censorship

Full Article

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Date: 26 November 1920

Full Article

WHEAT BREAKS AGAIN.; Heavy Selling Causes Prices to Decrease 7 to 9 Cents.

Date: 25 November 1920

Full Article

TROTZKY REVEALED BY WOMAN ARTIST WHO SCULPED HIM; "The Wolf," Who Seems to Her More a "Mephisto," Threatens Her if She Writes III of Him. INVITES HER TO THE FRONT Quarrels With Her Taste in Poetry, Talks of His Adventures and of the Western Powers. FRANCE IS "JUST A WOMAN" "Nolsy and Hysterical," but England, "That Is Different Altogether"--A Midnight Cau tion Not to Reveal Him.

Date: 25 November 1920

Copyright, 1920, by The New York Times Company. Copyright in Canada. Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

conversation with Trotzky, who posed for her

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Obituary 1 -- No Title

Date: 25 November 1920

death

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Constantine Defies France, Buys Trunks for His Trip

Date: 25 November 1920

Copyright, 1920, by the Chicago Tribune Co. Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

buys 6 trunks for trip to Greece

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FINANCIAL MARKETS; Irregular Weakness in Stocks-- Foreign Exchange Lower; Call Money 6 Per Cent.

Date: 25 November 1920

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