November 6th People

November 6th

11-06-1946 Sally Field – Born in Pasadena, California. She is an American actress, singer, producer, director, and screenwriter. She is known for her film roles in Smokey and the Bandit (1977), Norma Rae (1979), Steel Magnolias sally-field(1989), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), Forrest Gump (1994), and Lincoln (2012). Fields is also known for her television roles, especially Gidget (1965-66), and The Flying Nun (1967-70). She is a supporter of LGBT rights and won the Human Rights Campaign’s Ally for Equality Award in 2012. She also belongs to HRC (Human Rights Campaign). Field’s youngest son, Sam Greisman, is gay.

11-06-1883 – 11-06-1964 Nasta Rojc – Born in Zagreb, Croatia. She was a Croatian artist. She was married to Branko Šeno, the first Croatian stage artist. At the end of WWI, she met Alexandrine Maria Onslow, an English military nurse. They lived together for the next thirty years until Alexandria’s death in Zagreb in 1949. After her death, Rojc traveled to England and Scotland. She had other affairs with women but none were lasting. Rojc died in extreme poverty in 1964. There is a Nasta Rojc Gallery in the City Museum of Bjelovar, Croatia. On March 30, 2017, the Porcia Palace in Vienna opened an exhibition “Hommage à Nasta Rojc,” which was part of the Croatian Year of Culture in Austria.

11-06-1962 Frank DeCaro – Born in New York City, New York. He is an American writer, performer, and talk radio frank-decarohost. He first became popular with his recurring commentary Out at the Movies on The Daily Show, doing movie reviews, with his characteristically flamboyant style, from 1996 to 2003. From 2004 to early 2016, he had been the host of a live daily radio show with producer/co-host Doria Biddle for SIRIUS XM OutQ 109. DeCaro has been a lifelong gay rights activist. He married James (Jim) Colucci on August 16, 2011, during a live broadcast of his Sirius radio show.

11-06-1976 Stephen David John “Steve” Gilbert – Born in Truro, Cornwall, England. He was a British Member of stephen-david-john-gilbertParliament from May 6, 2010, to March 30, 2015. He was one of 24 out gay MPs in the House of Commons during the 2010-15 term. In 2013, he helped save a woman from the Thames River, throwing a lifebuoy after spotting what he first thought was a body floating past the House of Commons terrace.

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