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Kay Boyle

February 19th, 1902 - December 27th, 1992

Kay Boyle was an American novelist, short story writer, educator, and political activist. She was a Guggenheim Fellow and O. Henry Award winner.

Kay Callard

November 10th, 1923 - March 7th, 2008

Kay Callard (10 November 1923 – 7 March 2008) was a Canadian film and television actress who spent most of her career in Britain. She was married to the actor Jack McNaughton. She was popular in the mid and late 1950s; in 1958 she appeared in eleven film and TV productions within that single year. However, her career declined sharply from 1962 onwards.

Kay Cannon

born August 22nd, 1974

Screenwriter

Kay Cottee

born January 25th, 1954

Kay Cottee is an Australian sailor, who was the first woman to perform a single-handed, non-stop and unassisted circumnavigation of the world. She performed this feat in 1988 in her 37 feet (11 m) yacht Blackmores First Lady, taking 189 days.

Kay Francis

January 13th, 1905 - August 26th, 1968

Kay Francis was an American stage and film actress. After a brief period on Broadway in the late 1920s, she moved to film and achieved her greatest success between 1930 and 1936, when she was the number one female star and highest-paid actress at Warner Bros. studio. She adopted her mother's maiden name (Francis) as her professional surname.

Kay Granger

born January 18th, 1943

Norvell Kay Granger is an American Republican politician from the U.S. state of Texas serving as the U.S. representative for Texas's 12th congressional district since 1997. She became chair of the United States House Committee on Appropriations in 2023.

Kay Hawtrey

November 8th, 1926 - June 11th, 2021

Katharine Mary Craven Clark (née Hawtrey, November 8, 1926 – June 11, 2021) was a Canadian actress. Hawtrey was born on November 8, 1926 and educated at Toronto's Trinity College. She began her career at Hart House Theatre and then went to England for a year's engagement with the Embassy Theatre in London. On her return, Hawtrey appeared in television plays for the CBC, before marrying English actor John Clark in 1956. They moved to New York City in 1959, where they had a son in 1963, naming him Jonathan Hawtrey Clark. They divorced in 1967 and she returned to Toronto with their son, appearing in many film and television productions. She is best remembered for her appearance in the 1980 film Funeral Home.

Kay Hymowitz

born December 25th, 1948

Kay S. Hymowitz is an American author.

Kay Kendall

born May 21st, 1927

Justine Kay Kendall McCarthy was an English actress and comedienne. She began her film career in the musical film London Town (1946), a financial failure. Kendall worked regularly until her appearance in the comedy film Genevieve (1953) brought her widespread recognition. Prolific in British films, Kendall also achieved some popularity with American audiences, and won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for her role in the musical-comedy film Les Girls (1957).

Kay Lenz

born March 4th, 1953

Kay Ann Lenz (born March 4, 1953) is an American actress. She is the recipient of a Daytime Emmy Award and a Primetime Emmy Award, as well as nominations for a Golden Globe Award and a Saturn Award. Lenz is best known for her title role in the film Breezy (1973), for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Female. She is also known for her roles in the film House (1986), as well as the television series Midnight Caller (1988–1989) and Reasonable Doubts (1991–1993). For her role in the episode "After It Happened" of Midnight Caller, she won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.

Kay Medford

September 14th, 1919 - April 10th, 1980

Margaret Kathleen Regan, better known as Kay Medford, was an American actress. For her performance as Rose Brice in the musical Funny Girl and the film adaptation of the same name, she was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical and an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress respectively.

Kay Mellor

died May 15th, 2022

Kay Mellor was an English actress, scriptwriter, producer and director. She was known for creating television series such as Band of Gold, Fat Friends, and The Syndicate, as well as co-creating CITV's children's drama Children's Ward (1989–2000).

Kay Panabaker

born May 2nd, 1990

Stephanie Kay Panabaker is an American zoologist and retired actress. She is known for her roles as Jenny Garison in the 2009 reboot of Fame, Debbie Berwick on Phil of the Future, and Nikki Westerly on Summerland. She is the younger sister of actress Danielle Panabaker.

Kay Tremblay

March 13th, 1914 - August 9th, 2005

Kay Tremblay (13 March 1914 – 9 August 2005) was a Canadian film actress, also appearing on television and theatre. She was best known for her Gemini Award-winning role of Great Aunt Eliza on Road to Avonlea.

Kay Voser

born January 4th, 1987

Kay Voser is a Swiss former professional footballer who played as defender, mainly as left back. He now works as sports journalist.

Kay Walsh

died April 16th, 2005

Kathleen Walsh was an English actress, dancer, and screenwriter. Her film career prospered after she met her future husband film director David Lean, with whom she worked on prestige productions such as In Which We Serve and Oliver Twist.

Kay-Jay Harris

born March 27th, 1979

Kevin Jermaine "Kay-Jay" Harris (born March 27, 1979) is a former American football running back. He was signed by the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent in 2005. He played college football at West Virginia. Harris has also been a member of the St. Louis Rams and New York Giants.

Kaya Kiyohara

born January 30th, 2002

Kaya Kiyohara (清原 果耶, Kiyohara Kaya, born January 30, 2002) is a Japanese actress, model and singer. She was named the Best Supporting Actress at the 45th Japan Academy Film Prize for her role in the film In The Wake.

Kaya Scodelario

born March 13th, 1992

Kaya Rose Scodelario-Davis (née Humphrey; born 13 March 1992) is an English actress best known for her roles as Effy Stonem on the E4 teen drama Skins (2007–2010, 2013), and Teresa in the Maze Runner film series (2014–2018). Other roles include Catherine Earnshaw in Andrea Arnold's Wuthering Heights (2011), Carina Smyth in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017), Carole Ann Boone in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (2019), Haley Keller in Crawl (2019), Katarina Baker in the Netflix original series Spinning Out (2020) and Claire Redfield in Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (2021).

Kaye Abad

born May 17th, 1982

Katherine Grace Abad (born May 17, 1982), known professionally as Kaye Abad, is a Filipino-American actress. Abad started in 1993 and is a member of ABS-CBN's Star Magic. She was launched as a member of Star Circle (now Star Magic Batch 3) in 1996.

Kaye Ballard

November 20th, 1925 - January 21st, 2019

Kaye Ballard was an American actress, comedian, and singer.

Kaye Stevens

July 21st, 1932 - December 28th, 2011

Kaye Stevens (born Catherine Louise Stephens, also sometimes spelled Kay Stevens, July 21, 1932 – December 28, 2011) was an American singer and actress. Her big break in show business came at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, when the headliner for the night, Debbie Reynolds, became ill and Stevens filled in for the night. She then went on to do small shows in New York City at the Plaza Hotel's Persian Room and the Waldorf Astoria, and Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip.

Kaykai Salaider

born September 5th, 1996

Nutticha Namwong (Thai: ณัฐธิชา นามวงษ์) (born 5 September 1996) or stage name Kaykai Salaider, is a Thai female YouTuber. Her YouTube channel currently has 15.8 million subscribers. She became the first Thai YouTuber to hit over 10 million subscribers

Kayla Banwarth

born January 21st, 1989

Kayla Banwarth is an American former volleyball player and coach. She played as a libero for the United States women's national volleyball team. Banwarth won gold with the national team at the 2014 World Championship, and bronze at the 2015 World Cup and 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Kayla Ewell

born August 27th, 1985

Kayla Noelle Ewell (born August 27, 1985) is an American actress known for her roles on television as Caitlin Ramirez on CBS's long-running soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful, as Maureen Sampson on NBC's Freaks and Geeks, and as Vicki Donovan on The CW's The Vampire Diaries.

Kayla Sims

born August 14th, 1999

Kayla Marie Sims (born August 14, 1999), also known by her YouTube handle lilsimsie, is an American YouTuber and Twitch streamer. Sims is best known for playing The Sims 4 and collaborations with EA on projects such as The Sims 4: Snowy Escape and EA Game Changers.

Kaylee DeFer

born September 23rd, 1986

Kaylee Anne DeFer (born September 23, 1986) is a former American actress. She was known for her portrayals of Hillary Gold in The War at Home, and of Ivy Dickens in Gossip Girl.

Kayoko Kishimoto

born December 29th, 1960

Kayoko Kishimoto (岸本加世子, Kishimoto Kayoko, born 29 December 1960 in Shizuoka, Japan) is an actress. She appeared in several of Takeshi Kitano's films, such as Hana-bi, Kikujiro and Dolls. She won the award for best supporting actress at the 23rd Japan Academy Prize for Kikujiro.

Kayvon Webster

born February 1st, 1991

Kayvon Webster is a former American football cornerback. He played college football at South Florida and was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He has also played for the Los Angeles Rams and Houston Texans, and won Super Bowl 50 as a member of the Broncos.

Kazi Maruf

born December 4th, 1983

Kazi Maruf (born 4 December 1983) is a Bangladeshi film actor. He has made his acting debut in the 2002 film Ithihas, produced and directed by his father Kazi Hayat. He was born in 1983 and received national award as the best actor in lead role for his work in 2002 , that make his age 18+ that means he is probably the youngest actor in the world to receive national award as best actor in the world. Kazi Maruf won the Bangladesh National Film Awards in his first movie named Ithihas which is written and directed by Kazi Hayat.

Kazim al-Samawi

died March 15th, 2010

Kazim Jasir Faraj, better known as Kazim al-Samawi, was an Iraqi poet and journalist known for his humanist worldview. From the 1950s, he spent more than half of his life in exile as a political refuge and was known by title "The Elder of the Iraqi exiles" or "The Shaykh of Exiles". He moved between many countries, such as Lebanon, Hungary, Germany, China, Syria and Cyprus until he finally settled in Sweden. Al-Samawi published his first poetry collection in 1950 and was as a result was persecuted by the Nuri al-Said government. Later, he and his family faced persecution in Ba'athist Iraq, and he experienced the death of almost all his family members, often in quick succession. Through his poetry in various forms, genres and metres, he was very involved in general human affairs. His family name is derived from his hometown demonym, Samawah. He studied in Baghdad and graduated from the Rural Teachers’ House in 1940, continued his higher studies in Hungary and graduated from the Faculty...

Kazimierz Górski

born March 2nd, 1921

Kazimierz Klaudiusz Górski was a coach of Poland national football team and honorary president of the Polish Football Association. He was also a football player, capped once for Poland.
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