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

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2019 - 2010

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

  • American child with Alexis Knapp, a well-known mother, actress, and model. Knapp was a former girlfriend of Ryan Philippe, an actor in 2010. The space for the father's surname is left empty on the child's birth certificate. Knapp however indicated that the child belonged to him and gave Kailani the double surname Philippe Knapp.

2009 - 2000

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


1999 - 1990

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

  • American famous family, the son Vanna White (TV personality) and George Santo Pietro (7.6 lbs). Nicholas was their previous son.

  • Russian ice skater who was the "divine shock" at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. She won the gold medal. Millions of people have signed a petition in support Yuna Kim (South Korea) after her controversial victory.

  • Russian ice skater who was the "divine shock" at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. She won the gold medal. Millions of people have signed a petition in support Yuna Kim (South Korea) after her controversial victory.

  • Kev' Adams is a French comedian and actor known for his stand-up performances and roles in French films and television shows.

  • French comedian and actor Nathalie Cohen is a French stand-up comedian and actor. He was born to an Algerian Jewish father, and a Tunisian Jewish mother. Laurent Ruquier, who presented the "On ne exig qu'A en Rire" show in 2010, launched his career. He is a teenager's favorite actor because of his roles in "Profs 1 and 2" (2015) directed …

  • Reality Star

  • Turkish actress and model Miss Turkey 2010

  • American baseball player


1989 - 1980

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

  • Carmen Marton is an Australian taekwondo athlete known for winning multiple medals in international competitions.

  • Allegra Versace is an Italian heiress and socialite, known for being the daughter of fashion designer Donatella Versace.

  • Jeremy Amelin is a French singer and reality TV star known for his participation in the French version of Star Academy.

  • Agnez Mo

    Producer and actress from Indonesia, singer-songwriter

  • Indonesian singer

  • Michael Phelps is a retired American swimmer who is widely regarded as one of the greatest Olympians of all time, known for winning a record 23 gold medals and 28 Olympic medals overall.

  • Léa Seydoux

    French actress and granddaugther to JerA'me Seydoux. She is a prominent French businessman who is also chairman of PathA(c). She was nominated for Oscars as best promising actress and she starred in "Robin Hood" starring Russell Crowe. The film was released in 2013.

  • K. Flay is a musician known for her genre-blending style and introspective lyrics.

  • Movie Actress

  • American baseball player

  • Hilarie Burton

    Hilarie Burton is an American actress and VJ, best known for her role as Peyton Sawyer on the television series One Tree Hill.

  • Swedish tennis player

  • Carmella DeCesare is a model and former Playboy Playmate known for her appearances in various magazines and TV shows.

  • American wrestler and model


1979 - 1970

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

  • American skier, ranked #1 in freestyle skier in the country as an aerial specialist for the 13-14 year old age group in July 1993. She is aiming for the 2002 Winter Olympics. She is a hard worker and focuses intensely. She says she feels a rush when she jumps. Every weekend, her dad takes her to Maine for training camp.

  • French professional road bike racer who competed between 2003 and 2011.

  • American mixed martial artist

  • Rhea Durham is an American fashion model known for her work with top fashion brands and her marriage to actor Mark Wahlberg.

  • Miss Illinois Teen USA (1996)

  • Miss New Mexico Teen USA (1997)

  • west Covina, California -- Figure skater (1997 SW Pacific-2nd)

  • Liv Tyler

    American actress, daughter Bebe Buell of Aerosmith and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith. Tyler was raised by Bebe Buell, her mother, and Todd Rundgren (Bebe's boyfriend). Liv learned that Steven Tyler was her birth father at the age of nine. Her mother had an affair with Tyler. At 12 years old, Liv changed her lastname to Tyler.

  • Senegalese-French guitarist and singer-songwriter

  • Former elementary school teacher/coach in physical education and convicted sex offenders

  • Canadian ice hockey player

  • American flute player (Project Trio).

  • American suspect in sexual assault and murder. He was seen leaving a party on January 30, 1993, with Jennifer Mullin. He was later discovered raped, then strangled to death in Rockland MA. He was also arrested on October 6, 1997, almost five years later. He is suspected of her murder. In 1998, he was convicted for her rape as well …

  • Australian softball 1st Baseman (1996 Olympics – Bronze Medalist).


1969 - 1960

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

  • Pamela Anderson

    Canadian-American actress and star of "Baywatch", the most-watched TV program in history. The sand-sex-surf-saga was marketed to over 40 countries and viewed by more than a billion people each week. She is a blonde-colored beauty with a bright smile and a large bust. This was just after she took her first "Playboy” pictorial in 1989.

  • Brazilian singer-songwriter (Tribalistas)

  • CFL tackle (Hamilton Tiger Cats)

  • Ottawa, Ontario -- NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

  • Italian actress who starred in the films Graduates (1995), Look (999) and Bad inclinations (2003). In television series like Capri and Don Matteo, she also appeared. She is the daughter of Felice Cavallotti (1842-1898), a politician and poet.

  • French rugby player. Member of the French Rugby team 1999. Although his achievements were few (2 French championships, 1 Cup of France), he was appointed coach of the French team.

  • Baseball player

  • rocker (Transvision Vamp-Velveteen).

  • Louisville, Kentucky -- Actress (Orgasm Girl - Private Parts)

  • Diana, Princess of Wales, was a member of the British royal family and was known for her philanthropy work and her high-profile public life.

  • Indian astronaut Kalpana Chawla (Ph.D.) was the mission specialist aboard Space Shuttle Columbia. The space vehicle crashed upon reentry from California to Texas at 7:53 AM CST on February 2, 2003. All seven astronauts died.

  • American track and field athlete. In 1984, he became an Olympic athlete in Los Angeles. He matched Jesse Owen's record of four Gold Medals. He was awarded the Long-jump, 100-meter Dash, 200-meter Dash, and 400-meter Dash. He won Gold in long jump at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and was 3rd in 100 m Van Damme Memorial.

  • British royalty, daughter of the 8th Earl of Spencer with excellent lineage that dates back to the 15th century, the 11th cousin once removed to Prince Charles, heir to the throne of the U.K.

  • Canadian country music guitarist and singer


1959 - 1950

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

  • French assassin involved in the murder Claude Erignac (prefect of Corsica), who was killed in Ajaccio on February 6, 1998 at 21.05. Three 9 mm caliber bullets struck him in the neck, with one at close range. Two more finished his death while he was still down.

  • II American diplomat United States Deputy National Security Advisor

  • French politician and sportsman. He was a former professional motorcyclist, and he is now a Minister. He is currently the Mayor of Nice and a member of France's National Assembly for the 5th constituency of Alpes-Maritimes.

  • Russian pianist and educator

  • American author and lawyer

  • American singer and guitarist

  • American country-western singer/songwriter. He worked with many different bands over the years but his greatest success can be attributed to his 1988 solo album, "DonaEUR(tm]t Close Your Eyes", which led to three number-one hits.

  • Politician

  • Bainbridge, Maryland -- PGA Golfer (1987 Seiko Arizona)

  • She was a French singer who placed 2nd in the Eurovision song contest 1976. Her interpretation of "1,2,3" was her best. She was married to Daniel Balavoine for five years.

  • Maltese politician and lawyer 12th Prime Minister of Malta

  • 11th Duke of Northumberland, godchild Elizabeth II

  • Croatian politician and journalist, 9th Prime Minister of Croatia

  • Dan Aykroyd is a Canadian actor, comedian, and musician, best known for his work on Saturday Night Live, as well as his roles in Ghostbusters and The Blues Brothers.

  • Canadian ice hockey player, and sportscaster

  • French official in soccer, president of Professional Football League since 2002 and president of Association of European Football Leagues starting 25 October 2013.

  • American composer and musician (d.2006)

  • American politician and a symbol of prejudice and bigotry. He was 14 years old when he wrote a school paper about integration. He firmly believed in his position and remained true to it throughout his life. He has worn a Nazi uniform and white robes as part of the Klu Klux Klansman movement, created the National Association for the Advancement …

  • David Ernest Duke is a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and a white supremacist who has been involved in far-right politics.

  • French Comptroller General for the Armed Forces

1949 - 1940

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

  • American family trauma. His manic-depressive wife shot their 16-year old daughter and killed her on 2/4/1990.

  • American siderealist and mathematician, Astrologer. He contributed often to American Astrology’s Letters to Editor until he lost sight of his eyes in the late 1980s.

  • English-American singer-songwriter/guitarist (Strawbs The Monks, Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera).

  • Sophie Darel is a French television presenter and actress known for her work in the entertainment industry.

  • American activist and author

  • American iconoclastic and dancer, she is considered the greatest modern choreographer of dance since Martha Graham. She began dancing at the age of four and became a recognized master of movement as art. She was small, delicate, and creative and formed her own troupe, which incorporated modern and traditional dances.

  • Canadian-American economist and Nobel Prize winner in academics

  • French art historian and General Curator for Heritage at France's Ministry of Culture. He is also the author of numerous books, including one on furniture of the Royal and Princely Courts.

  • Canada; NHL Wing (New York Rangers).

  • Georgia, United States -- CBS newscaster ("Morning Show")


1939 - 1930

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

  • Karen Black

    American actress, who was ten years old when she had her first stage experience. She continued performing on the stage until the aEUR60s. In 1960aEUR(tm), she made her film debut with "The Prime Time." She also starred in "Five Easy Pieces", 1969. For this film, she won the New York Film Critics award as Best Supporting Actress. In 1970, she …

  • American producer and singer (Delaney & Bonnie), (d. 2008).

  • (Rep-D-Georgia, 1981- )

  • American producer and guitarist.

  • Businessman

  • American singer who appeared on the Lawrence Welk Show 1968-1975. From the same show, he married Sally Flynn.

  • Sydney Pollack

    American actor and filmmaker whose works include "The Slender Thread," 1965 and "The Scalphunters," 1968. "They Shoot Horses Don't They" 1969. "The Way We Were" 1973. His films have received 43 Academy Award nominations including four for Best Picture. In 1966, Pollack was awarded an Emmy for his directing work. In 1985, he won the Best Director and Best Picture …

  • French director of film, producer, and founder of the Association of Authors-Directors-Producers, one of the most important men in the French movie industry since the early '90s. His films include "Le Vieil Homme et l'Enfant, 1966, "Le CinA(c)ma de Papa, 1970 and "Uranus," 1990. His films "Jean de Florette" (and its sequel "Manon of the Springs") are his most well-known. …

  • Jean Marsh

    British actress and screenwriter, best known for her role in the BBC and PBS TV series, "Upstairs, Downstairs" which ran from 1971-1976. Eileen Atkins and Marsh were the original storytellers of the storyline, which began a five-season run at London's O2 in 1971. They were awarded an Emmy for their work in 1975. Marsh starred in a second series, "The …

  • Jamie Farr

    A Lebanese-American actor with big nose. At 18 he made his film debut in "The Blackboard Jungle." He continued to work for little money until he was able to do a short film shoot for M.A.S.H. This guest role turned out to be Corporal Klinger, a transvestite soldier who would go on to become a successful actor for 11 years. …

  • British race horse trainer

  • American anthropologist (d. 2010).

  • American anthropologist (d. 2010).

  • Baseball player

  • Czech-American psychiatrist, writer, educator, parapsychologist, and parapsychologist. He is an LSD researcher and uses it in therapy to support his work with experimental psychology and transpersonal psychology. His books include 1983's "LSD Psychotherapy".

  • Leslie Caron

    French-American ballet dancer, winsome, and elfin. She was a professional since she was 16. After her debut film, "An American in Paris," 1950 she moved to Hollywood for "Lili," 53 and "Gigi,"58. According to reports, she hated film and found it tedious and oppressive.


1929 - 1920

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

  • German composer

  • French diplomat, writer, radio host, and astrologer.

  • France Writer

  • Writer / broadcaster

  • Farley Granger

    American actor, who trained in a small theater as a child and signed a contract with NBC Studios at 17. Before being drafted in the Navy in 1944, he only made two films. He moved on to films such as "They Live by Night," 1949 and "Rope," 1948, and "Strangers on a Train," 51. Later, he added TV to the …

  • American professor of geophysics and physics. He died in January 2011

  • French novelist and author, who was famous for his series of novels set in French Indochina during the middle 20th century. He lived there for many years. A number of these novels have been collected in the series La Nuit Indochinoise ("The Indochina Night"), which includes several bestsellers such as Tu rA (c)colteras à tempAate ("Reap the Wirlwind")).

  • Constance Ford

    Actress (Ada Hobson - Another World).

  • Batswana politician and lawyer 1st President Botswana (d. 80)

  • French business executive responsible for political surveys. He worked at CEGOS (1940-44), IFOP/ETMAR (50-79), as well as Gallup (in London), in the 1980s.

  • Polish sexologist and gynecologist (d. 2005).

  • Meudon EXecutives


1919 - 1910

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

  • Spanish military figure who distinguished himself as a fighter pilot during the Spanish Civil War against Francisco Franco's rebel side. Later, he reintroduced bullfighting by horseback to Spain. Domecq also developed bull breeding and was the patriarch of a bullfighting family. On 5 October 2005, he died in CA!diz (Spain).

  • French soccer (soccer), player and manager. He is best known for his tenure as France's national team manager from 1969-1973. He died 23 August 1999.

  • English-American psychiatrist and lieutenant (d. 2004).

  • Actress

  • Olivia de Havilland

    Olivia de Havilland was a British-born actress known for her roles in classic films such as 'Gone with the Wind' and 'The Adventures of Robin Hood'.

  • French opera singer and lyric-tenor, made his debut at opera-comique 47 in Paris; one of the most significant lyric performers of his generation.

  • American actress. She was a sweet and soft-voiced movie star in Hollywood's golden age of the 1930s, 1940s. As a 17-year old actress, she arrived in Hollywood under contract with Warner Brothers Studio. She was paired with Errol Flynn, Hollywood's idol. Soon she rose to fame as the saintly Melanie Wilkes, in the highly anticipated film "Gone With the Wind" …

  • Jean Stafford

    American short-story writer, Pulitzer Prize winner in 1970. She also wrote novels. The first, "Boston Adventures," was published in 1944. Her short stories, which were published in literary journals like The New Yorker, are her most enduring legacy.

  • Willie Dixon

    American producer and guitarist (d. 1992).

  • American soldier and neurosurgeon (d.2001)

  • English large landowner (Unilever)

  • Vietnamese politician (d. 1998)

  • Germany -- Slalom (1936 Olympics, Gold Medalist).

  • Budapest, Hungary -- Actress (People Vs. Zsa Zsa Gabriel)

  • Ceylonese politician and academic (d. 1960).

  • American jazz musician. He is an alto & bass saxophone player and clarinet player. His most notable work is with the Count Basie Band. He was also a bandleader and manager. He was a twin.

  • American activist, ecologist, and conservationist. He is also the director of The Sierra Club, and the founder of Friends of the Earth. Although he spent most of his life in San Francisco, he has traveled extensively as a mountain climber, hiker, and camper. He was part of an Italian ski patrol during WW II.

  • Environmentalist

  • American environmentalist (d.2000)

  • Iraqi Field Marshal/ President / Premier

  • American fashion editor


1909 - 1900

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

  • Manhattan NYC, New York -- Television panelist (Masquerade Party).

  • Uruguayan writer La vida Breve, dies at 85

  • French Navy officer during World War II. He was awarded the title of 'Compagnon de la LibA (c)ration' (English : Companion to the Liberation).

  • American sprinter (d. 1971).

  • Uruguayan short story and novelist. He was a prominent Latin American writer, and was awarded the Uruguay National Literature Prize for 1962. He was regarded as a senior member of 'Generation of 45,' a Uruguayan literary and intellectual movement.

  • Rochester, New York -- Sportscaster (Saturday Night Fights)

  • Scottish-English biochemist, virologist (d. 1997).

  • British pioneer pilot who learned to fly and maintained aircraft with the help of her father. She flew solo from England and Australia in just 17 days after being sponsored by a banker. She flew solo from London to Tokyo via Moscow in 1938.

  • England, United Kingdom -- Actress. (Candles at Nine and Staircase).

  • French-American director, who made his debut in France at 25. He produced 40 two-reel Westerns in his first two year. He was nominated for twelve Oscars, three for Best Producer and two for Best Director. He was awarded the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award for lifetime achievement. He directed 60 films, including the …

  • Spanish architect / US architect

  • Director (Ben Hur, Mrs Miniver)

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