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Daniel Radcliffe’s Birthday

British actor Daniel Radcliffe, best known for his role as Harry Potter, was born on July 23, 1989 in London, England.

Radcliffe got his start playing the young title character in BBC One’s television adaptation of David Copperfield. At the age of 11, he was offered the role of Harry Potter, a character he would play in 8 series films over the span of 10 years. The Harry Potter films have been credited as the highest grossing film series of all time with receipts of over $7.7 Billion.

In 2007, Daniel Radcliffe transitioned to stage acting and began starring in productions such as How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and the critically acclaimed Equus. He has also acted in several other films such as The Woman in Black and Kill Your Darlings with more projects to come.

Happy Birthday Daniel Radcliffe!

Sources: Biography, Wikipedia

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National Day of the Cowboy

July 23 is National Day of the Cowboy…Yeeehaw!

Non-profit organization National Day of the Cowboy, founded in June 2005, works continuously toward increasing national support for National Day of the Cowboy, a day to recognize all cowboys’ contributions to America’s Western heritage.

The mission of the National Day of the Cowboy nonprofit organization is to contribute to the preservation of America’s Cowboy heritage so that the history and culture, which the United States Congress’s National Day of the Cowboy resolution honors, can be shared and perpetuated for the public good, through education, the arts, celebrations, gatherings, rodeos, and community activities.

- National Day of the Cowboy organization

Learn more about the history of National Day of the Cowboy, both the holiday and the organization, by clicking here.

Then pull on your cowboy boots and head to a rodeo or go horseback riding. Or you can always spend the day watching some of your favorite Westerns.

Find popular Cowboy calendars.

Sources: nationaldayofthecowboy.com, punchbowl.com
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