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Terry Jacks (singer, environmentalist) -- Alive. Born March 29, 1944. "Seasons in the Sun" and "Which Way Ya Goin' Billy."  Home Page

Anne Jackson (actress) -- Dead. Died April 12, 2016 Born September 3, 1925. Co-starred with her husband Eli Wallach on Broadway many times, appeared in some movies including The Shining.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Glenda Jackson (actress/politician) -- Alive. Born May 9, 1936. Leading British actress of the '70s, particularly reknown for her performance of Queen Elizabeth I, serving in Parliament.  Home Page  IMDb

Gordon Jackson (actor) -- Dead. Bone cancer. Died January 15, 1990. Born December 19, 1923. Hudson in Upstairs, Downstairs.  Home Page  IMDb

J. J. Jackson (DJ/VJ) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died March 17, 2004. Born April 8, 1941. The first VJ on MTV.  IMDb  Obituary

Jackie Jackson (singer/songwriter) -- Alive. Born May 4, 1951. Oldest member of the Jackson 5.  IMDb

Janet Jackson (singer/dancer) -- Alive. Born May 16, 1966. Youngest Jackson, she broke out as a '70s TV actress before becoming a singer/dancer in the '80s.  Home Page  IMDb

Jermaine Jackson (singer/songwriter) -- Alive. Born May 4, 1951. Member of the Jackson 5, produced The Jacksons: An American Dream, converted to Islam and lives in Dubai.  IMDb

Kate Jackson (actress) -- Alive. Born October 29, 1948. Dark Shadows, The Rookies, Charlie's Angels, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, breast cancer survivor.  IMDb

La Toya Jackson (singer) -- Alive. Born May 29, 1956. The Jackson known for wearing hats.  Home Page  IMDb

Mahalia Jackson (gospel singer) -- Dead. Died January 27, 1972. Born October 26, 1911. "We Shall Overcome"  Home Page  IMDb

Marlon Jackson (entrepreuneur/singer) -- Alive. Born March 12, 1957. Member of the Jackson 5, later become a real estate agent, part owner of the Black Family Channel, the only Jackson sibling to stay married.  IMDb

Mary Jackson (actress) -- Dead. Parkinsons. Died December 10, 2005. Born November 22, 1910. Miss Emily Baldwin on The Waltons, died on the same day as Eugene McCarthy and Richard Pryor.  IMDb  Obituary

Mary Jackson (NASA "computer"/mathematician/engineer) -- Dead. Died February 11, 2005. Born April 9, 1921. A "computer" who went on to fight segregation and become the first black female engineer in Virginia, portrayed in the movie Hidden Figures, died on the same day as Samuel Alderson and Jack Chalker.  Home Page  twitter  Obituary

Maynard Jackson (lawyer/mayor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died June 23, 2003. Born March 23, 1938. First black mayor of Atlanta.  Home Page

Michael Jackson (beer hunter/writer) -- Dead. Complications of Parkinsons/heart attack. Died August 30, 2007. Born March 27, 1942. Beer and whisky expert, wrote many books and tried many, many kinds of drinks, wrote about slow foods.  Home Page  Obituary

Michael Jackson (singer/songwriter) -- Dead. Cardiac arrest due to a combination of prescribed drugs including propofol (his doctor was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter). Died June 25, 2009. Born August 29, 1958. Wildly eccentric performer, youngest member of the Jackson 5, major pop icon of the '80s ("Thriller," "Billie Jean"), married briefly to Lisa Marie Presley, acquitted child molester, died on the same day as Farrah Fawcett, Jackson died three days before and at the same age as Billy Mays.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Samuel L. Jackson (actor) -- Alive. Born December 21, 1948. Actor whose played them all: from geeks (Jurassic Park) to arms dealers (Jackie Brown) to Jedi (Star Wars movies).  IMDb

Tito Jackson (singer/guitarist) -- Alive. Born October 15, 1953. One of the Jackson 5.  IMDb

Lou Jacobi (actor) -- Dead. Died October 23, 2009. Born December 28, 1913. Mr. Van Daan in The Diary of Anne Frank, Uncle Gabriel in Avalon and the cross-dresser in Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex.  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Brian Jacques (writer) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died February 5, 2011. Born June 15, 1939. Author of the Redwall series, died same day as Peggy Rea.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Richard Jaeckel (actor) -- Dead. Cancer. Died June 14, 1997. Born October 10, 1926.  IMDb

Rona Jaffe (writer) -- Dead. Cancer. Died December 30, 2005. Born June 12, 1932. The Best of Everything, Class Reunion.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Sam Jaffe (actor) -- Dead. Cancer. Died March 24, 1984. Born March 10, 1891. Many movie roles, a co-star of Ben Casey.  IMDb

Saeed Jaffrey (actor) -- Dead. Brain hemmorhage Died November 14, 2015. Born January 8, 1929. Prolific actor in international cinema, he was probably best-known in the US for Billy Fish in The Man Who Would Be King, Patel in Gandhi, Nasser in My Beautiful Launderette.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Mick Jagger (Rolling Stone) -- Alive. Born July 26, 1943.  IMDb

Art James (game show host/announcer) -- Dead. Died March 28, 2004. Born July 11, 1929. Hosted shows such as The Who, What, Where Game, longtime announcer for Concentration, died on the same day as Peter Ustinov.  Home Page  IMDb

Brion James (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died August 7, 1999. Born February 20, 1945. The replicant Leon in Blade Runner, a general in The Fifth Element.  IMDb

Dennis James (game show host) -- Dead. Cancer. Died June 3, 1997. Born August 24, 1917. A host of The Price is Right, pitchman for many companies, including Kellogg's.  IMDb

Etta James (singer) -- Dead.. Leukemia. Died January 20, 2012. Born January 25, 1938. Jazz singer, best known for the classic "At Last."  twitter  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Harry James (bandleader) --Dead. Cancer. Died July 5, 1983. Born March 15, 1916. Bandleader, discovered Frank Sinatra.  IMDb

Rick James (Singer) -- Dead. Unknown. Died August 6, 2004. Born February 1, 1948. Early '80s hit "Super Freak."  Home Page  IMDb  FindAGrave

Laurence M. Janifer (writer) -- Dead. Died July 9, 2002. Born March 17, 1933. SF writer.

David Janssen (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died February 13, 1980. Born March 27, 1931. The Fugitive and many TV movies.  IMDb

Claude Jarman, Jr. (teacher, former child star) -- Alive. Born September 27, 1934. The Yearling.  IMDb

Kevin Jarre (screenwriter) -- Dead. Heart failure. Died April 3, 2011. Born August 6, 1954. Wrote Glory and Tombstone, Maurice Jarre's stepson.  IMDb  Obituary

Maurice Jarre (composer) -- Dead. Died March 29, 2009. Born September 13, 1924. Won Oscars for the scores for A Passage to India, Dr. Zhivago, Lawrence of Arabia, also scored Ghost and Witness, died on the same day as Andy Hallett.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Graham Jarvis (actor) -- Dead. Multiple myeloma. Died April 16, 2003. Born August 25, 1930. Actor in many TV shows, may be best-remembered for Charles Jackson in Seventh Heaven.  IMDb

Gregory Jarvis (Challenger (STS-51L) astronaut) -- Dead. Shuttle explosion. Died January 28, 1986. Born August 24, 1944. Civilian payload specialist for the Challenger.  Home Page

Sir David Jason (actor) -- Alive. Born February 2, 1940. Only Fools and Horses, Danger Mouse, A Touch of Frost, Hogfather.  Home Page  IMDb

Rick Jason (actor) -- Dead. Suicide (depression). Died October 16, 2000. Born May 21, 1926. Combat TV show.  IMDb

Robert Jastrow (astronomer) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died February 8, 2008. Born September 7, 1925. Wrote the best-selling God and the Astronomers, and directed NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and, later the Mount Wilson Observatory, died on the same day as Phyllis Whitney.  IMDb  Obituary

Michael Jayston (actor) -- Alive. Born October 29, 1935. Nicholas and Alexandra, was the only person to play 007 (on a radio show) and "Dr. Who" (Valeyard, a possible "evil" incarnation), very active on British TV shows.  IBDB  IMDb

Jeanne-Claude (artist) -- Dead. aneurysm. Died November 18, 2009. Born June 13, 1935. Collaborator with her husband Christo on large-scale, frequently temporary art projects including "Running Fence" (California) and "Wrapped Reichstag" (Germany).  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary

Anne Jeffreys (actress) -- Alive. Born January 23, 1923. Starred on the TV show Topper, Baywatch, married to Robert Sterling for 55 years.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb

Lionel Jeffries (actor/director) -- Dead. Died February 19, 2010. Born June 10, 1926. Played the grandfather in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (even though he was younger than "son" Dick Van Dyke), wrote and directed the classic movie The Railway Children.  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Richard Jeni (comedian) -- Dead. Suicide. Died March 10, 2007. Born October 31, 1957. Busy stand-up comic who made a number of HBO specials including Richard Jeni: Good Catholic Boy.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Richard Jenkins (actor) -- Alive. Born December 2, 1953. Even though he played the dead Nathaniel Fisher in Six Feet Under, he's very much alive and appears in bit parts all over the place (did you spot him in Huckabees?).  IMDb

Roy Jenkins (politician/writer) -- Dead. Died January 5, 2003. Born November 11, 1920. Liberal home secretary in the '60s, a founder of the Social Democrats in 1981, author of a well-received biography of Winston Churchill.  Obituary

Peter Jennings (TV news anchor) -- Dead. Lung cancer. Died August 7, 2005. Born July 29, 1938. ABC World News Tonight anchor, narrated many documentaries.  IMDb  FindAGrave

Waylon Jennings (singer/songwriter) -- Dead. Diabetes. Died February 13, 2002. Born June 15, 1937.  Home Page  IMDb

Michael Jeter (actor) -- Dead. Unclear, possibly AIDS-related. Died March 30, 2003. Born August 26, 1952. Versatile actor who won a Tony for Grand Hotel and an Emmy for Evening Shade; was shooting The Polar Express at the time of his sudden death.  IMDb

Gregg Jevin (legend) -- Dead. Debatable - either drowned or sat on his pen. Died February 23, 2012. Born circa 1960. An actor of mythic proportions, he was a Zelig-like performer who popped in and out of plays, TV shows and movies on whim.  twitter

Richard Jewell (historical footnote/former security guard) -- Dead. Complications of diabetes. Died August 29, 2007. Born November 17, 1962. Found the pipe bomb at the '96 Atlanta Olympics, later accused of planting it but later cleared due to lack of evidence (anti-abortion terrorist Eric Robert Rudolph actually left the bomb), died on the same day as Miyoshi Umeki.  IMDb

Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (classy writer) -- Dead. Died April 3, 2013. Born May 7, 1927. The German writer for Merchant Ivory Productions, she won two Oscars (for A Room With a View and Howards End) and a Booker (for Heat and Dust) and is a former MacArthur Foundation Fellow.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Steve Jobs (Entrepreneur/geek) -- Dead. [rumors]. Pancreatic cancer. Died October 5, 2011. Born February 24, 1955. College drop-out who founded Apple and NeXT and bought Pixar, in and out of the computer industry several times, resigned from Apple several months before his death, died same day as Fred Shuttlesworth.  Home Page  IMDb   Obituary

Glynis Johns (actress) -- Alive. Born October 5, 1923. While she's had an extraordinarily long career, she's probably best-known as the mother in Mary Poppins.  IBDB  IMDb

Arte Johnson (comedian) -- Alive. Born January 20, 1929. The "Verrrrrrrrrrrry Interesting" comic on Laugh-In.  IMDb

Ben Johnson (actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died April 8, 1996. Born June 13, 1918. The Last Picture Show.  IMDb

George Clayton Johnson (writer) -- Dead. [[premature death rumors]] Cancer. Died December 25, 2015. Born July 7, 1929. Wrote many episodes of TV for shows like Twilight Zone and Star Trek, co-wrote the novel of Logan's Run.  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Holly Johnson (singer) -- Not dead yet. Born February 9, 1960. Frankie Goes to Hollywood.  IMDb

John Johnson (publishing entrepreneur) -- Dead. Heart failure. Died August 8, 2005. Born January 19, 1918. Started Ebony and Jet, died on the same day as Barbara Bel Geddes.  Home Page  FindAGrave

Katherine G. Johnson (NASA "computer"/mathematician/teacher) -- Alive. Born August 26, 1918. A college graduate at 18, she became a "human computer" for the government in the '50s and went on to calculate trajectories for NASA before electronic computers took over (Hidden Figures is about this team of African American women; she is also portrayed in an episode of Timeless), awarded a Congressional Medal of Freedom when she was 97.  Home Page  Home Page  twitter  youtube

Lady Bird Johnson (former First Lady) -- Dead. Died July 11, 2007. Born December 22, 1912. Gardening promoter, highway beautifier.  Home Page  Home Page

Lyndon Baines Johnson (president) -- Dead. Died January 22, 1973. Born August 27, 1908. 1960s president who presided over a period of great changes.  Home Page  Home Page

Lynn-Holly Johnson (actress) -- Alive. Born December 13, 1958. Ice Castles.  IMDb

Magic Johnson (basketball great/entreprenuer) -- Alive. Born August 14, 1959. Announced he had the HIV virus in 1991, he focused on business interests and philanthropy.  IMDb

Phil Johnson (architect) -- Dead. Died January 25, 2005. Born July 8, 1906. The first winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, he designed Avery Fisher Hall and the AT&T building in New York City, died on the same day as Raymond Peterson.  Home Page

Russell Johnson (actor) -- Dead. Died January 16, 2014. Born November 10, 1924. Best-known as the Professor on Gilligan's, did Alaska Airlines ads. Died same day as Ruth Duccini and Dave Madden and Hiroo Onoda.  Home Page    IMDb

Van Johnson (actor) -- Dead. Died December 12, 2008. Born August 25, 1916. in nearly 100 movies including The Caine Mutiny and Brigadoon.  IMDb  Obituary

Virginia Johnson (sex researcher/psychologist) -- Dead. Died July 24, 2013. Born February 11, 1925. Masters and Johnson, one of the writers of Human Sexual Response.  twitter  Obituary

Ollie Johnston (animator) -- Dead. Died April 14, 2008. Born October 31, 1912. The last surviving "Disney's old men," animators who created the golden age of the Disney animation from the '30s through the '70s.  Home Page  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Al Jolson (singer/actor) -- Dead. Heart attack (while playing cards). Died October 23, 1950. Born May 26, 1886. Vaudevillean who went on to star in the first all-talking, full-length movie The Jazz Singer, married for a few years to Ruby Keeler.    IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Anissa Jones (Buffy) -- Dead. Drug overdose (suicide?). Died August 28, 1976. Born March 11, 1958. Family Affair.  IMDb  FindAGrave

Brian Jones (guitarist/singer) -- Dead. Drowning. Died July 3, 1969. Born February 28, 1942. A founder of the Rolling Stones but was out of the band before his death.  IMDb  FindAGrave

Carolyn Jones (actress) -- Dead. Cancer. Died August 3, 1983. Born April 28, 1929. The original Morticia on The Addams Family, married to Aaron Spelling before Tori's mom was.  Home Page  IMDb

Christopher Jones (actor) -- Dead. Cancer. Died January 31, 2014. Born August 18, 1941. Starred as the mysterious soldier in Ryan's Daughter, once married to Susan Strasberg.  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Chuck Jones (animator) -- Dead. Congestive heart failure. Died February 22, 2002. Born September 21, 1911. Director of many classic Daffy Duck cartoons, creator of Wyle E. Coyote and the Road Runner.  IMDb

Davy Jones (singer/actor) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died February 29, 2012. Born December 30, 1945. Former Monkee, raised horses.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Dean Jones (actor) -- Dead. Parkinson's Disease. Died September 1, 2015. Born January 25, 1931. Lots of Disney flicks - That Darn Cat, The Love Bug, but also gave an amazing performance of the song "Being Alive" for the original Broadway cast recording of "Company."  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Diana Wynne Jones (fantacist) -- Dead. Lung cancer. Died March 26, 2011. Born August 16, 1934. One of the leading fantasy writers of the late 20th century, she wrote a number of fantasy series, Howl's Moving Castle, and The Tough Guide to Fantasyland, died same day as Geraldine A. Ferraro and three days after Elizabeth Taylor (iconic women three-fer).  Home Page  IMDb

Dickie Jones (cartoon voice/trick rider) -- Dead. After effectsof a fall Died July 7, 2014. Born February 25, 1927. Voiced Pinocchio as a child, later performed in Westerns.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Gemma Jones (actress) -- Alive. Born December 4, 1942. Duchess of Duke Street, Mum in the Bridget Jones movies.  IMDb

Georgeanna Seegar Jones (obstetrician/fertility specialist) -- Dead. Heart failure/Alzheimer's. Died March 26, 2005. Born July 6, 1912. With her husband Howard, she helped develop in vitro fertilization and they oversaw the first in vitro babies in the US.  Home Page  Obituary

Grace Jones (actress/performer) -- Alive. Born May 19, 1952. Striking-looking performer who memorably fought Wilt Chamberlain in Conan, the Destroyer.  IMDb

Grandpa Jones (country comic/banjo wizard) -- Dead. Complications of strokes. Died February 19, 1998. Born October 20, 1913. A Boston radio station gave him his nickname while he was in his 20s! Hee Haw "What's fer supper?."  IMDb

Henry Jones (actor) -- Dead. Effects of a fall. Died May 17, 1999. Born August 1, 1912. Lots of movies and TV - the judge on Phyllis.  IMDb

Howard Jones (obstetrician/fertility specialist) -- Dead. Died July 31, 2015 Born December 30, 1910. With his wife Georgeanna, he helped develop in vitro fertilization and they oversaw the first in vitro babies in the US. He was also the doctor who treated Henrietta Lacks in the 1950s and was able to develop the first line of tumor cells that survived in the laboratory from her cancer.  Home Page  Obituary

James Earl Jones (actor) -- Not dead yet. Born January 17, 1931. Shakespearean-voiced actor, "best-heard" as Darth Vader, and in Verizon commercials, son of Robert Earl Jones.  Home Page  IBDB  IMDb

Jennifer Jones (actress) -- Dead. Died December 17, 2009. Born March 2, 1919. Duel in the Sun, Song of Bernadette (for which she won an Oscar), Towering Inferno, married to Robert Walker, David Selznick, and mother of Robert Walker (Jr.), died on the same day as Dan O'Bannon. Make memorial contributions to: Norton Simon Museum  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Quincy Jones (musical genius) -- Born March 14, 1933. Producer for many stars, from Frank Sinatra through Michael Jackson, composed many soundtracks, one of the leaders behind the "We Are the World" fundraiser video in the '80s, father of the very talented Rashida Jones, married to Peggy Lipton for 16 years.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

Robert Earl Jones (actor) -- Dead. Died September 7, 2006. Born February 3, 1910. Luther in The Sting, ran in marathons when he was 85, father of James Earl Jones.  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary

Robert Trent Jones (golf course architect) -- Dead. Old age/after-effects of stroke. Died June 14, 2000. Born June 20, 1906. Designed all or part of over 300 golf courses, including the Augusta National and Spyglass Hill (Pebble Beach).

Shirley Jones (actress) -- Alive. Born March 31, 1934. Many musicals, The Partridge Family, was married to Jack Cassidy, later married to Marty Ingels.  IMDb

Star Jones (lawyer, interviewer) -- Alive. Born March 24, 1962. Shot to fame as a legal expert during the OJ trial, a former host of The View who left the show memorably.  IMDb

Terry Jones (comedian/director) -- Alive. Born February 1, 1942. The organ-playing Python.  IMDb

Tommy Lee Jones (actor) -- Alive. Born September 15, 1946. Survived being stepped on by his horse, starred in The Fugitive, Al Gore's Harvard roommate.  IMDb

Kathryn Joosten (actress/psychiatric nurse) -- Dead. Lung cancer. Died June 2, 2012. Born December 20, 1939. The West Wing, died not long after filming her character's death scene for the finale of Desperate Housewives, died same day as Richard Dawson.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave

Janis Joplin (singer) -- Dead. Heroin overdose. Died October 4, 1970. Born January 19, 1943.  Home Page  IMDb

Barbara Jordan (politician) -- Dead. Pneumonia/complications of leukemia and multiple sclerosis. Died January 17, 1996. Born February 21, 1936. First black Congressional representative from the South since Reconstruction, a memorable speaker.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  youtube  Obituary

Richard Jordan (actor) -- Dead. Brain tumor. Died August 30, 1993. Born July 19, 1938. Played a southern general in Gettysburg.  IMDb

Robert Jordan (writer) -- Dead. Primary amyloidosis with cardiomyopathy. Died September 16, 2007. Born October 17, 1948. Writer of huge books, the Wheel of Time Fantasy series.  Home Page

Christine Jorgensen (transsexual) -- Dead. Died May 3, 1989. Born May 30, 1926. First person reported to have sex change operation in the early '50s.

Louis Jourdan (actor) -- Dead. Died February 13, 2015. Born June 19, 1921. Gigi, Octopussy, read the Babar books for Caedmon recordings, part of the French resistance during World War II.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb FindAGrave

Milla Jovovich (actress) -- Not dead yet. Born December 17, 1975. The Fifth Element, starred as Joan of Arc in The Messenger.  IMDb

Florence Griffith Joyner (stylish runner) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died September 21, 1998. Born December 21, 1959. FloJo - Dazzling track star at the 1988 Olympics.

Naomi Judd (singer) -- Retired. Born January 11, 1946. The mother of The Judds.  IMDb

James Jude (doctor) -- Dead. Parkinson's. Died July 28, 2015. Born June 7, 1928. Inventor of CPR.  twitter  Obituary

Jerry Juhl (writer) -- Dead. Cancer. Died September 27, 2005. Born October 12, 1937. Performer with the Muppets who went on to write most of The Muppet Show and Fraggle Rock. Make memorial contributions to: Save the Redwoods League  IMDb  Obituary

Raul Julia (actor) -- Dead. Stroke/cancer. Died October 24, 1994. Born March 9, 1940. Equally adept at drama (Kiss of the Spider Woman) and comedy (The Addams Family).  IMDb

Gordon Jump (actor) -- Dead. Pulmonary fibrosis. Died September 22, 2003. Born April 1, 1932. WKRP and the '90s Maytag repairman.  IMDb

Carl Jung (psychoanalyst) -- Dead. Died June 6, 1961. Born July 26, 1875. Developed theories of the collective unconscious and archetypes, influenced by Freud wrote Man and His Symbols.  Home Page  IMDb  FindAGrave

Sebastian Junger (writer) -- Alive. Born January 17, 1962. Wrote the book The Perfect Storm and collaborated with Tim Hetherington on the Oscar-nominated documentary Restrepo, later made a documemtary on Tim.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb

Margaret Juntwait (Radio announcer/singer) -- Dead. Ovarian cancer. Died June 3, 2015. Born March 18, 1957. The voice of the Metropolitan Opera for 10 years.  Home Page  twitter  IMDb  Obituary

Katy Jurado (actress) -- Dead. Died July 5, 2002. Born January 16, 1924. High Noon, once married to Ernest Borgnine, died on the same day as Ted Williams.  IMDb

Joseph Juran (productivity specialist) -- Dead. Stroke. Died February 28, 2008. Born December 24, 1904. Business researcher and writer who invented the Pareto Principle (80-20 rule) and wrote the Quality Control Handbook, brother of Nathan Juran, died on the same day as Mike Smith.  Home Page  Obituary

Nathan Juran (director/art director) -- Dead. Died October 23, 2002. Born September 1, 1907. While he won an Oscar for art direction for How Green Is My Valley, he went on to direct movies like The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad and TV shows like Daniel Boone and Lost in Space, brother of Joseph Juran, died on the same day as Adolph Green.  IMDb  Obituary

Peter Jurasik (actor/writer) -- Alive. Born April 25, 1950. Probably best-known as Londo in Babylon 5, co-author of Diplomatic Act.  IMDb

Robert Justman (producer) -- Dead. Parkinson's disease. Died May 28, 2008. Born July 13, 1926. Producer of various Star Trek shows, Superman, and directed some episodes of The Outer Limits.  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave