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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on April 1st

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2019 - 2010

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2019 - 2010

  • American child of Keith Lockhart, noted conductor, and Emiley Zalesky, his second wife.

2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Sam Huntington

    American actor (Jungle 2 Jungle).

  • Taran Killam

    American actor and comedian

  • Norwegian javelin thrower

  • American teenager who was diagnosed with cancer in 1994 died in November 1996, after a two year battle. Despite having poor odds, she endured grueling chemotherapy. She was interviewed by national and local media in an effort to defeat the devil. Everyone who knew her was moved by her courage, her family, and her story.


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Rachel Maddow

    She is an American television and radio personality. Maddow was the first openly gay anchor on a major prime-time television news and commentary show. She is a popular commentator for MSNBC's liberal audience.

  • Australian actress and businesswoman, head international operations for Leona Edmiston, an Australian designer.

  • American actor and comedian

  • Kris Marshall

    English actor

  • American screenwriter and producer of actor directors


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • British TV and radio host. Schofield began his career as a clerk for the BBC at age 17. He emigrated to New Zealand in the next year and won his own TV and radio show. He returned to England at 22 and became the Children's BBC host, managing various programs for children. He then moved to "Saturday Superstore", "Going Live", …

  • French theatre director, producer and writer. At 14 years old, he left school to become a furniture and filmmaker assistant. He then started writing in the 1990s. His first novel was published.

  • American author

  • English politician and journalist Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain

  • Filipino basketball player and coach

  • A Scottish singer who became famous on a British talent program. She is the youngest of nine siblings and was reportedly born with learning disabilities. She was never married and lived with her parents. She worked in low-level jobs as well as volunteering at the church. Susan was devastated when her father passed away in the 1990s, and her mother …

  • French novelist, who was killed in Paris on May 7, 2004.

  • NFL defensive end (Buffalo Bills).

  • Jennifer Runyon

    Actress (Cindy - A Very Brady Christmas).

  • British-Australian poet, whose work has been published in The New Yorker and Paris Review as well as London Magazine. Frieda Hughes is an award-winning illustrator, painter, author and illustrator of six books that are suitable for children. These include "Getting Rid of Aunt Edna" and the "Waldorf and the Sleeping Granny". Frieda is the child of Ted Hughes, British Cambridge …

  • Michael Praed

    English actor

  • American actress

  • American diplomat and lawyer 10th Ambassador of the United States to Libya (d.2012)

1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • American production designer and art manager

  • Swedish writer and TV celebrity guest star, often seen on discussion shows. Unni and her husband owned the magazine "Slitz." She was a former member of a rock band.

  • French industrialist, corporate raider, and businessman. BollorA(c) is his investment group. He is the Chairman and CEO.

  • Annette O'Toole

    American actress, singer, and dancer

  • French philosopher. He is the head of the Institut de recherche et d'innovation, which he established at the Centre Georges-Pompidou in 2006. He is also the founder in 2005 of the political and cultural group, Ars Industrialis, and the founder in 2010 of the philosophy school, Ecole de Philosophie daEUR(tm)A%0pineuil-le-Fleuriel. His most famous work is "Technics and Time 1: The …

  • American Astrologer, Artist, Teacher, Speaker, and Radio Host. He is a member of the NCGR (National Council for Geocosmic Research), an American organization of astrologers. He also contributes weekly astrology columns to several news publications. You can find his weekly astrology videos on YouTube.

  • Texas, USA; actress (Cat Peoples, Superman III).

  • American lawyer and jurist, whose nomination by President George W. Bush to the Supreme Court was confirmed on January 31, 2006. According to an Associated Press report published in the Washington Post, Alito took the oath at Washington, DC around 12:40 EST.

  • Dutch / British fruit / food magnate

  • Canadian politician and academic

  • Dutch Minister of Environment (VVD).

  • Swiss race car driver (d. 2010)

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • Jamaican actor and singer

  • Welsh sprinter and rugby player

  • American ecclesiastic, Roman Catholic Bishop, gained significant publicity after Senator Patrick Kennedy from Rhode Island publicly opposed Kennedy's right of Communion. Tobin, Bishop of Providence, RI had clearly prohibited Kennedy from Communion in 2007 due to Kennedy's political stance regarding women's reproductive rights. Kennedy's prochoice position is in direct contradiction to the Roman Catholic Church teachings that prohibit abortion. T

  • Baron Myners English journalist, and politician

  • American musician and drummer for "Jefferson Starship." He previously played with "Turtles", and "Crosby Stills & Nash". For their final LP, "Long John Silver", which was recorded in July 1972, he joined "Jefferson Airplane". Slick and Kantner formed "Starship" with Barbata and Frieberg and band members Creach, Creach, Chaquico. Their breakthrough album, "Red Octopus", which was released in January 1975, …

  • Washington, USA; actress (Betty-Land of Giants).

  • Scientist

  • Businessman

  • Comedian

  • American producer and minor actor who spent his professional life in the movie industry. He was raised in Hollywood and became a professional musician at the age of 12. After serving in the military, he went to Ohio for two years and worked as a sales representative for his uncle. He also worked nights at several clubs.

  • Indian cricketer coach, manager

  • Israeli politician and journalist (d. 2012).

  • Canadian-American ice hockey coach and player (d. 2014).

  • Nobel Prize winner in Kenya for environmental activism and politics (d. 2011).

1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • American musician. One of four brothers who sang in the church choir before starting a professional quartet in 1956.

  • American baseball player. He made his professional league debut as a pitcher with the Milwaukee Braves on April 15, 1964. This team would become the Atlanta Braves two years later. . He played from 1983 to 1987, and returned for one more year in 1987. He wore the New York Yankees uniform during the interim and played for the Cleveland …

  • American astrologer, lecturer, and author of "Solar Arc Directions" (2000), and the extensive correspondence course, "Exploring Astrology". In 1971, she began her studies in astrology at the American Astrosophical Institute of Patchogue, New York. She graduated in December 1973 from Gina Ceaglio’s Academy of Astrological Studies of San Diego. She holds the fourth-level NCGR certification and the CAP ISAR certificate. …

  • Ohio, USA; rocker. (Isley Brothers – "Shout").

  • German psychologist, expert in self-hypnosis, remedial educator, and esoteric student at Th. Dethlefsen is also an astrologer. She is a mythologist and a philosopher of comparative religion, deep Jungian psychology, as well as a high-frequency engineer. Herbert is her co-author of "Gnosis im Mythos des 20." Jahrhunderts."

  • Actor/director (Surprise Attack and Tutorials in Love).

  • American politician and physician (d. 1983).

  • Musician

  • Minimalist sculptor dies at 63

  • French nuclear physicist, educator. He was a member of France's Academy of Sciences and a former student of Jean Brossel and Alfred Kastler, who supervised his doctoral thesis. He spent his entire scientific career at the Ecole Normale SupA (c)rieure, where he worked in the laboratory that now bears their names.

  • American artist. He studied art history, but was self-taught as an artist. His style is centrally Minimalist, with a geometric preoccupation for tubes and circles. The first work he exhibited, 1963, was an untitled piece that consisted of one eight-foot high tube made from green tubes. His works are displayed prestigiously.

  • Georgian high jumper

  • Debbie Reynolds

    American actress, dancer and stage entertainer. She was a young actress who embodied the all-American girl next door. After winning Miss Burbank's beauty contest, she entered film in 1948. She played many wholesome roles through the '50s to '60s. As her film career was waning, she appeared on Broadway in "Irene" and then in "The Debbie Reynolds Show."

  • French rugby player. He was selected 29 times at international events between 1956-1961 to play as a wing forward. Three Five-Nations Championships (1959-1960,1961) won.

  • France sport Champion

  • Gordon Jump

    American actor, mostly on television. He was the repairman who didn't have enough work to do due to the washing machine's reliability. Maytag appliance ads featured him from 1989 through 2003. He was previously the manager of the Cincinnati radio station in "WRKP" from 1978 to 1982.


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • Milan Kundera

    Czech Republic's most well-known living writer. He is of Czech descent and has been living in France as an exile since 1975. In 1981, he was naturalized. He considers himself a French writer, and insists that his work be read as French literature.

  • Marcel Amont

    French actor, singer, TV presenter, athlete, and author.

  • Jane Powell

    American actress and singer. She is a Hollywood staple. At 5'1", and 90 lbs, she is petite. She was a soprano with a range between 2 1/2 octaves and first sang on radio at age 7. From 1944-1955, she made 16 movies for MGM.

  • French farmer and government worker. He served as General Secretary of the Catholic Agricultural Youth, 1954-57. Debatisse served as Honorary President of France's Confederation of Agriculture, 1972-72, and was President or administrator of many co-ops, confederations and societies. As Secretary

  • American producer screenwriter and production manger

  • George Grizzard

    American actor, who started his stage career in 1945. He made his Broadway debut in 1955. His film debut was in 1960. He was versatile and could play both small parts and lead roles, as well as classic roles and hits comedies. He is known for his ability to change emotions while acting. In 1962, Albee's original "Who's Afraid Of …

  • British promoter, impresario and record producer

  • Dutch writer / director (Hadimassa)

  • North Carolina, USA, actor (Wrong is Right. Bachelor Party, Attica).

  • Newscaster/Press Secretary

  • French diver and pioneer of free diving, Mayol is the holder of 12 world-records. Mayol was the first man to descend to 100m (330ft), a feat that he achieved in 1976. At 56, he set another record by falling to 105m (346 feet).

  • American R&B boogie woogie pianist and singer, who was popular in the 1940s and 1950s.

  • Author and horticulturist for the English-Australian Soldier

  • Hungarian footballer, manager (d. 2006).

  • American soccer coach and manager

  • Irish-American writer. Her main interest was science fiction. Perhaps best known for her 20 books in the "Dragonriders series." Her first publication was October 1953 with "Freedom of the Race", followed by "The Lady In the Tower" April 1959 and other stories in the 1960s. In 1968, "Dragonflight" was the first book in the "Dragonriders' series. Before she began writing, …

  • Algerian-French Pied-Noir journalist, poet and writer who used Algerian slang to write under the pseudonyms Roro de Bab-el-Oued’ and le petit poA'te (The little poet). From 1956 to the 1990s, he was a columnist at Le Canard, a French satirical weekly.

  • Canadian broadcaster (Born in 1947)

  • Canadian judge and lawyer

  • American educator and tenor

  • Scottish comedian, actor and pantomime artist. Carr was seven years old when he made his musical debut. He went on to become a comedian, singer, and dancer by 1940. His appearances on variety shows with Gracie Field led him to join the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh.

  • English saxophonist (d. 2014)

  • American CEO and administrator in charge of American President, an ocean shipping company that ships container ships. Seaton graduated from college with a BS in Business Administration.

  • American politician, born to a long line of New Jersey politicians. He began his public service career in 1955. He graduated Harvard in 1951 as an attorney after completing his service in WW II with the USAF. He was elected a judge on the New Jersey Superior Court in 1970. On 11/06/1973, Byrne was elected NJ Governor.

  • Serbian actor (d.2003)

  • Serbian actor and singer (d. 2003)

  • Dutch painter, who painted paintings inspired by astrology and later became surrealist. She also wrote "Hermetic Art Of Painting" and presented "multi-art-shows" many times.

  • American tuba player (Born in 1923)

  • Actor (Dead End Kids), passes away from sclerosis of the liver at 42

  • Actress (Amityville II: Change of Habit), dead at 60

  • New York, USA. Actor (Bowery Champs Kid Dynamite Flying Wild).

  • American pianist and composer (d. 2006)

  • Australian author of gardening and cooking books. Long-known as Australia's foremost herb and spice expert.

  • Attleboro, Massachusetts -- Historian. (Death of President).

  • American engineer and space project director at Jet Propulsion Labs. From 1947 to his retirement in 1987, he worked for the company and rose to the rank of Deputy Director. For his contributions to aeronautics, and space flight, he received numerous awards including the NASA Public Service Award (in 1963). He was elected to the National Academy of Engineers in …

  • French short story writer, poet, and activist. He was a lifelong militant and became a member the French Communist Party in 40. He remained loyal to the party.

  • American composer and educator

  • French official, executive of many aviation companies and organizations.

  • Oakland, California -- Composer (Fortunate Island)

  • American guitarist fiddler and composer (d. 2014)


1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • Salt Lake City, Utah -- Singer (Ken Murray Show)

  • Blues artist (Mellow Down Easy).

  • Austrian-Swiss director and actor (d. 2004).

  • Austrian actor (d.2004)

  • Austrian actor. Fischer, a leading figure in German cinema, began his career with Max Reinhardt’s stage company. Fischer quickly became a star in both Austrian and German plays. Fischer first appeared in films like Burgtheater (1936), and Diary of a Married Woman (53). Fischer occasionally assisted in directing chores during 1950s films like Ich such Dich (1956).

  • Kranenburg Dutch Secretary for Defense (Socialist Democrat).

  • Indian-English runner

  • Angers physician

  • Dutch soccer star / writer

  • Norwegian composer and pianist. In 1933, she made her debut in Oslo as a pianist with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. World War II interrupted her career as a composer and musician, but her song cycle, "Vonir i blA.metid" won a 1942 prize from the Norwegian Society of Composers. In 1954, her Symphony in D Major was awarded the premiA"red award …


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on April 1st for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • American screenplay writer, actor and director before he found his niche as a TV director. He was a part of episodes for "Ben Casey," Ironsides, and "The Virginian." He was an acting coach at Universal Studios with Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and a few of his students.

  • American bandleader and pianist (d. 1951).

  • Massachusetts, United States -- Society pianist/bandleader ( Orch).

  • Scientist

  • British chauffeur. He is the younger brother to Stan Laurel, the comic actor. His birth was not easy and his mother, Madge Metcalfe (talented actress) remained in poor health until she died on September 1, 1908. Jefferson followed his brother to America in 1920. He was a hotel chauffeur. After dental surgery, he suffered a heart attack and died in …

  • American writer, editor, defector (d. 1961).

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