|Birthname||John Uhler Lemmon III|
|born on||8 February 1925 at 14:00 (= 2:00 PM )|
|Place||Newton, Massachusetts, 42n20, 71w13|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||19°32' 18°13 Asc. 13°28'|
American actor. Onscreen since 1954, he was the Best Supporting actor in "Mister Roberts" and received an Oscar as Best Actor in "Save the Tiger," 1973. He was nominated for Best Actor in "Some Like it Hot," "The Apartment" and "Days of Wine and Roses." In the '40s he did two brief TV sitcoms, "That Wonderful Guy" and "Heavens to Betsy," as well as several stage plays.
Jack was the only child of a top executive; by the time he was ten, his parents' marriage was failing. He was a sickly kid, and three painful ear surgeries caused him to miss nearly a year of school. He began a robust training program. By age 12, was healthy, and by 15 had broken running records. He was in his first play at nine and loved the laughs that erupted when he forgot his lines.
Lemmon went to Harvard and served in the Navy in WW II. He met Cynthia Stone while doing an off-Broadway play; they married in 1950. Four years later she had their son Chris, but they divorced two years later. In the mid-'50s, he met Felicia on the Columbia set. "I found an ingrained sense of decency about him that's very attractive and masculine," she said. They married in Paris in 1962 and daughter Courtney was born four years later.
As an actor, he started at the top and only got better with age in his some-60 films, busier than ever at 70. He was one of the most popular and respected actors in Hollywood when he died of cancer at age 76, on 27 June 2001 at 9:11pm in Los Angeles.
- associate relationship with Entertainment: The Odd Couple (born 10 March 1965). Notes: Played Felix Unger in 1968 film
- business associate/partner relationship with Matthau, Walter (born 1 October 1920)
- friend relationship with Wilder, Billy (born 22 June 1906)
- Relationship : Marriage 1950 (First marriage)
- Work : New Career 1954 (Screen debut)
- Relationship : Marriage 1962 (Second marriage)
- Work : Prize 1973 (Oscar)
Penfield Collection "personal," not confirmed. Current Biography 1961 gives Boston, MA.
IMDb has the time 2 pm, source unknown.
Starkman rectified to 13.31.40 EST
Time of death from death certificate (found online  by Sy Scholfield) which also states his birth was on 8 February 1925 in Massachusetts.
Lemmon stated in an interview: "I was born in an elevator ... The city was Newton Wellesley, a suburb of Boston. ... I was born there on February 8, 1925, in the elevator." 
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Cancer
- Family : Relationship : Marriage more than 15 Yrs (Second marriage since 1962)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Actor/ Actress
- Vocation : Military : Military service (WW II)
- Notable : Awards : Oscar (1973)
- Notable : Book Collection : American Book