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

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2019 - 2010

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

  • He is an American child from a well-known family. He is Courtney Friel, Fox News, and CNNaEURs Carter Evans' first-born child.

2009 - 2000

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

  • American adopted child, Calista Flockhart's 31-year-old son. She was a single mother and witnessed her baby's birth. A medical technician mother of four carried her baby. She was completely awestruck and in awe of her child's birth, and she shared the news to her castmates on "Ally McBeal" on October 10, 2001.


1999 - 1990

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


1989 - 1980

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

  • Adèle Haenel

    French actress

  • Reinartz was born in Engelskirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia. He rose through the ranks at Bayer Leverkusen, but he did not play any games during the 2008aEUR'09 season. While on loan from 1., he made his professional debut at the Second Division. He started a match against 1. FC Kaiserslautern.

  • Football Player

  • Football Player

  • Jonas Armstrong

    An English actor of Irish descent, he is best known for his appearances in television in the United Kingdom. He played the title role in BBC One's drama series "Robin Hood" (39 episodes, 2006-2009). Armstrong injured his metatarsal bone during filming the second series (which aired on 2007). The BBC confirmed in August 2008 that Armstrong would be leaving Robin …

  • Eden Riegel

    American actress.

  • Turkish boxer

  • Turkish boxer


1979 - 1970

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

  • R&B Singer

  • American woman who was involved in two fatal car accidents. On prom night, 5/15/1993, she first killed her 17 year-old boyfriend. The second happened in Sandwich, Massachusetts, on Easter Sunday, April 23rd 2000. It killed Douglas and Paula Neff and left their children with serious injuries.

  • Turkish-German footballer, sportscaster

  • Journalist


1969 - 1960

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

  • American male prostitute, actor and porno-model who appeared in over 50 videos of gay and bisexual pornography. He was born to an Italian family and fled his home in Chester as a child to find his way to New York City. He was a handsome, well-built man who lived a life of heroin, coke, and ketamine. Joey was killed by …

  • Croatian footballer

  • Canada, British Columbia; softball outfielder (Olympics 1996).

  • Visser; soccer player (SC Heerenveen).


1959 - 1950

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


1949 - 1940

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

  • French retailer who was born to a Jewish Algerian family and specialized in sales and optical services.

  • French composer and arranger. Grace Jones and Gloria Gaynor have interpreted many of his songs, which include some of his most famous songs.

  • French historian and intellectual, named professor at CollA"ge de France 2001. He is currently the chair for the contemporary and modern history of the political. His work focuses on the history of democracy and French political history. He also addresses the question of social justice within contemporary societies. He is also the director of studies at A%0cole des hauts A(c]tudes …

  • Mexican drug lord

  • American radio broadcaster who hosts a talk show on Los Angeles radio called "Heart Touch." Perry is married with one child.

  • American journalist, author and director

  • Swedish politician and economist

  • Brazilian footballer and manager

  • Canadian homicide perpetrator. From the age of 17, he spent most of his time in jail for breaking-and-entering, theft, forgery, armed robbery, false pretences and escape. He committed his first murder on 17 November 1980. This was the beginning of a long-running serial killer spree that ended in August 1981. He beat or strangled 11 victims, most of them young …

  • Uruguayan musician and violinist, born to Italian parents. He was an already accomplished violinist and he traveled to Germany in 1963 to study. He recounts that JFK had just been assassinated when he arrived in Germany, and that everyone offered condolences to him because he was "South American". Jorge, who was a committed Marxist since his youth, was a member …

  • French business leader and vice president of National Industry Council. He is also the co-founder of Sanofi, a multinational French pharmaceutical company headquartered at Paris. He is also the Honorary Chairman of the National Industry Council and Chairman of Strategic Orientation of The Strategic Investment Fund Committee.

  • French crime writer and professor of mathematics at University of Rouen

1939 - 1930

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

  • Frank Langella

    American actor and legitimate theater producer. He is best known for his 1970s performances as "Diary of a Mad Housewife", and "Dracula." However, he has enjoyed a distinguished theatre career with demanding roles in over 70 plays and a classically-trained acting career. His film roles include "Lolita", "Alegria," and "The Father" on Broadway in 1996. He's produced works such as …

  • Gus Trikonis

    American actor, singer, and dancer who began directing in 1975. He was seen in films such as "West Side Story" or "Unsinkable Molly brown."

  • Politician

  • French linguist who was elected to CollA"ge de France 1988. He received many awards for his work including the Prix de l'AcadA (c)mie FranASSaise, and the CNRS Gold Medal. He is a polyglot and speaks or knows about fifty languages.

  • American author and astrologer, sometimes writing under Raleigh J. Douglas.

  • NYC, New York -- Conductor

  • American pro-astrologer, author, consultant, and lecturer for more than 20 years. Her books include "Celestial Psychology", 1985, "Contemporary Lectures", 1975, and "Chart Interpretation". Her articles have appeared in many magazines. She is a member of the following organizations: AFA, NCGR and AFAN.

  • Netherland Antilles -- Conductor / Pianist

  • American actor and director (d. 2014.)

  • Italian soccer player. He was killed on February 5, 1991.

  • Algerian politician Algerian Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • American radio talk show host (Born 1934).

  • Canadian academic psychiatrist

  • Chinese conductor and composer

  • French radio journalist and head.

  • England, United Kingdom -- Actor/dramatist (Prick up Your Ears).

  • American football player who was an All-American in college football. He also became a great professional football player in Canada's Football League at running back, quarterback and defensive back positions. His most prominent accomplishment is his playing with the Edmonton Eskimos.

  • Dutch manufacturer (breadcrumbs) / drugs dealer

  • Italian opera conductor (d. 1989)

  • Writer

  • French football player and coach.

  • American musician, guitarist, drummer and songwriter. His stage names included Little T-Bone and Rocky Thompson. He recorded blues music in the electric, jump, and Texas blues genres as well as rock and rolling.

  • Irish hurler (d.2013)

  • Composer

  • Spanish teacher, linguist, and retired teacher who went blind at 61 years old and was still active in various interests (including theatre) at age 81.


1929 - 1920

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

  • French food critic and author.

  • Japanese actor

  • American journalist, playwright, and novelist. He is best known for his 1978 Tony Award-nominated play "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas," and it was a long-running Broadway production that was then turned into a feature movie starring Burt Reynolds and Charles Durning.

  • American mafioso

  • Hong Kong film producer founded Orange Sky Golden Harvest with Orange Sky Golden Harvest

  • Maurice Béjart

    French choreographer, dancer, ballet director, and choreographer; his style combines jazz, avant-garde and non-traditional dance forms. He is a master of contemporary dance and uses dance to convey powerful messages for political or spiritual causes.

  • American Unitarian Universalist minister, a pastor and civil right activist in Washington D.C. He was attacked by white segregationists while participating in the Selma Voting Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama in 1965. He died two days later from head injuries in the hospital. He was 38.

  • Leningrad (Russia) -- Choreographer

  • Scottish actress

  • French historian and prolific writer, who specializes in the Middle Ages.

  • Versailles Journalist

  • American poet and actor

  • American businessman and philanthropist

  • Equatorial Guinean politician, 1st President of Equatorial Guinea (d.79)

  • Valentina Cortese

    Italian actress who appeared in more than 40 films in the U.S. and internationally during her career. She began her career in Italy at the age of 15 and rose from supporting roles to leading roles in wartime dramas and comedies. She starred in "The Glass Mountain", a British-Italian movie, in 1948. In Hollywood, she was invited, and she took …

  • American Astrologer, a mainstay of ISAR for many decades. He was the recipient of the ISAR Service Award on July 17, 1989. MargueriteaEUR(tm), MargueriteaEUR(tm), began her studies in astrology in September 1973. She was elected Membership Chair of Los Angeles ISAR in 1977. From 1979 to 1988, she was Secretary and Board member. She was the Publisher of Kosmos from …

  • American mathematician (d. 1992).

  • American composer and vibraphonist (Modern Jazz Quartet), (d. 1999).

  • United States -- Vibraphonist, (Milt of Bags).

  • French union boss and activist, who was also the General Secretary of France's General Federation of Workers.

  • French director who led the HA(c)bertot Theatre between 2003 and his death 13 November 2013.

  • American race car driver (d.2013)

  • American illustrator (d.2011)

  • French sculptor and academic (d. 1998).

  • After three silver medals at the previous Games (1948, 52), he won the marathon at Olympic Games 1956 in Melbourne. He was nicknamed "Emile Zatopek’s shadow". He had Olympe, his daughter, just before his victory in the race. She was born on 30 November 1956.

  • British model, famous in the 50s, featured on glossy fashion magazines. She was 24 years old when her first husband died. In 1954, she married Nigel Campbell and they had two kids. He died in 1993.

  • Johnny Logan

1919 - 1910

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

  • American novelist (Born 1919).

  • Carole Landis

    Fairchild, Wisconsin -- Actress (1 Million BC, Topper Returns).

  • British actress and long-time star of "Emmerdale Farm" TV soap. The series, which began in 1972, celebrated its 1000th episode 11/12/1985.

  • American writer, with low output and a tendency to be introverted. However, he is a beloved cult favourite. His first and only novel, "Catcher in the Rye," was published in 1951. His output included short stories, essays, and letters. He has not published any words since 1965 and does not give interviews.

  • American meteorologist and oceanographer, who is cited as a pioneer in weather prediction. He was the founder of the National Center for Atmospheric Research. He studied the structure and dynamics of hurricanes, as well as wave energy. Charney was a weather officer during WW II. He trained them from 1941 to 1945. Charney earned a Ph.D. degree in meteorology in …

  • Dutch actor (d. 2004).

  • American meteorologist (d. 1981)

  • San Francisco Scientist

  • Maryland, USA; American singer/actor. (The At Home Show and Paul Whiteman's Goodyear Revue). (Dies 1993).

  • Italian soccer player. He passed away on May 6, 2010.

  • Indian princess and SOE agent (d. 44)

  • Allied SOE agent during World War II. She was a Muslim Indian woman of Indian origin, and is commonly known as Noor inayat Khan.

  • Egyptian social and political reformer from the group Al-Amir (Prince), Jamiat al-Ikhwan al-Muslim.

  • Eguisheim physician

  • British double agent, master spy and traitor. The mysterious "third man", whose identity as a Soviet agent was revealed in 1963, rocked the empire. He was the son of a wealthy English family. He was educated at the top schools in England and was valued by the British secret services as an expert on espionage.

  • Wheeling, West Virginia -- Labor leader

  • Russian mathematician (d. 1995)

  • Russian historian and mathematician (d. 1995).

  • Greek poet and academic (d. 1991).

  • American author and occultist, Lotterhand was one of the Builders for the Adytum during a revival of Christian mysticism in the middle of the 20th century. Lotterhand started studying Tarot in 1933. He was the Director of the Mystery School of the Sacred Tarot & Holy Qabalah, which Dr. Paul Foster Case founded. From 1950 to 1992, he taught. His …

  • American professional baseball player during the 1930s and 1940s. Greenberg, a first baseman for the Detroit Tigers was one of the most prominent power hitters his generation. Greenberg was an All-Star five times, twice named American League's Most Valuable Player and elected to the Hall of Fame for 1956.

  • Turkish diplomat (d. 2002)

  • English screenwriter and producer (d. 1971).

  • Writer / actor (Amazing Colossal Man and Space Monster).

  • He was a member of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, and served as the president of Santurce Municipal Board of Officers of the party. He was also Pedro Albizu Campos' personal barber. Although Santiago DAaz was not involved in the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party Revolts from the 1950s, his barbershop was attacked and robbed by 40 armed police officers as …

  • Indonesian composer (d. 1991)

1909 - 1900

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

  • German homicide: The perpetrator of sex killings 1929-1937 was arrested on 10/04/1937 and executed 8 months later.

  • van Stoetwegen Dutch Member of Parliament (CDD).

  • French army officer who rose to the rank of General in the army

  • Japanese diplomat and soldier (d. 1986).

  • Italian film actress, whose career spans nine decades of cinema. Her significant contribution to theatre was also noteworthy. In 1916, she entered film with the silent film "Jacobo Ortis". She made more than 80 films appearances between 1916 and 1990.

  • Spanish-American musician and bandleader known as the "Rumbaking", who taught generations how to tango, mambo, and cha-cha. He is best known for his songs "The Isle of Capri", and "Tico Tico". He was known for his sparkling rhythms and his love for young, spicy beauties. He married four of them, including Charo, the "gitchi-gitchi", girl.

  • American actor and a leader in silent film. He was an interior decorator during film work that was slow. His film career was ruined by the public exposure of his homosexuality.

  • Scottish centenarian, born around the 20th century. She was the second child of eight. She and her siblings slept together in one bed in their small home, head-to-toe. She was seven years old when she started school. However, she had to leave at the start of WWI in 1914. Although she was initially sent to work as a baker, her …

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