Born on this day in horror history – March 6

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March 6

2001 – Aryana Engineer, who co-starred in “The Orphan.”

1981 – Ellen Muth who starred in “Dolores Claiborne” and the TV series “Dead Like Me.”

1970 – Shane Brolly, who starred in “Underworld,” “Underworld Evolution” and “Room 6.”

1967 – Connie Britton, who appears in the 2010 remake of “A Nightmare on Elm Street.” and starred in season 1 of “American Horror Story”.

1962 – Jonathan Scott-Taylor, who played the title role of “Damien: The Omen II.”

1959 – Rosanne’s ex, Tom Arnold, who made appearances in the films “Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare,” “Coneheads” and “Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth.”

1947 – Former “meathead,” Rob Reiner, who directed the films “Misery” and “The Princess Bride.”

1946 – Martin Kove who appeared in the original “Last House on the Left,” “Death Race 2000″ and “Blood Tide.”

1940 – Joanna Miles, who appeared in the films “Bug,” “The Ultimate Warrior” and the mini-series “The Dark Secret of Harvest Home.”

1930 – The ever voluptuous Allison Hayes, who starred in the films “Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman,” “The Hypnotic Eye” and “The Zombies of Mora Tau.”

1928 – William F. Nolan, who wrote the novel “Logan’s Run” and the screenplays for the TV movies “The Norliss Tapes,” “Trilogy of Terror” and “Bridge Across Time.”

1923 – Johnny Carson sidekick, Ed McMahon. He was the narrator for the film “Daughter of Horror” and appeared in “Full Moon High.”

1906 – The one and only Lou Costello, was born in Patterson, New Jersey.

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Connie Britton
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Martin Kove
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Rob Reiner