October 20th is the 293rd day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day a plane carrying the rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd crashed, killing lead singer Ronnie Van Zant and guitarist Steve Gaines; former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy married Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis, and the United States Senate ratified the Louisiana Purchase. Famous October 20th birthdays include rapper Snoop Dogg and Bela Lugosi. Today is Sweetest Day and National Sloth Day.
We have 20 birthdays listed for October 20.
Snoop Dogg’s Birthday
Three decades of breathtaking entertainment with this rap legend and we still can't get enough.
OpTic Predator’s Birthday
As a YouTube gamer and esports competitor, Keesling has made quite a name for himself.
Ronnie Banks’s Birthday
Both the talent and presence of this creative social media sensation are enormous.
Mitch Lucker’s Birthday
This exceptionally talented deathcore musician gave music his everything but tragically passed away too soon.
NBA YoungBoy’s Birthday
Despite the controversies, this talented rapper keeps his head above water, trying to make it through.
Bela Lugosi’s Birthday
This talented actor was a master of horror and portrayed some of the best horror characters.
John Krasinski’s Birthday
With this exceptional actor and filmmaker, the best is yet to come in terms of entertainment.
Kamala Harris’s Birthday
She’s a perfect example of success that’s achieved by breaking down barriers and stereotypes.
Cyn Santana’s Birthday
The social media sensation has taken the world by storm with her beauty.
John Dewey’s Birthday
He gave himself to the study of human lives, changing the way of reasoning.
Since his ascent to stardom, this social media sensation has shown no signs of slowing down.
Sunny Hostin’s Birthday
She's a brilliant journalist and lawyer that has shaped various narratives throughout her career.
Maru the Shiba Inu’s Birthday
The world is not prepared for the greatness this dog has to offer.
Tom Petty’s Birthday
What this creative genius left behind continues to help and inspire future generations.